It’s Saint Patrick’s Day and the celebrations last all day at the Iron Horse Hotel. Enjoy Irish Folk band, Leahy’s Luck, while sipping discounted drinks and munching on cheap eats. The festivities begin at 8 a.m.
On this St. Patrick’s-themed night, partake in any and all activities the Milwaukee Art Museum offers at another After Dark event. From 7 p.m. – 11 p.m., get down on the dance floor, enjoy performances, create your own art, test your trivia skills, peruse the museum, and so much more.
If you didn’t get your fill of pie on 3/14, head over to Tre Rivali in the Third Ward for a $10 mini pie from Executive Chef Heather Terhune. A portion of the proceeds will support Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry, a three-day, 300-mile ride fighting childhood hunger. General Manager Joseph Adamczak of The Outsider (the Kimpton Hotel’s rooftop bar) will ride in May.
Calling all sports fans – particularly those who live for the March Madness season. Milwaukee hosts the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship First/Second Rounds, March 16 &18. Experience the actual “madness” at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, or catch any and all the games at Red Lion Pub on Tannery Row.
This Saturday, March 18, and next Saturday as well, learn more about the process behind maple syrup harvesting with the Urban Ecology Center. From Sap to Syrup takes place at Washington Park, both indoors and out. Once guests finish feeding their minds, they can feed their stomachs by enjoying pancakes with homemade maple syrup. Registration is required.
U.S. Open is coming back to Milwaukee and it’s time to prepare. Attend Greater Milwaukee’s Golf Show this weekend to get a look at the latest equipment, techniques, take part in contests and learn more about the sport of golf all around. You may even find yourself collecting some freebies!
Spend Sunday morning sipping Bloody Marys around what used to be known as the “Bloody Third Ward.” What’s the meaning of this former Historic Third Ward name? Join the tour to find out! Get your fill of food, refreshments and new friends.
If you haven’t picked up your March issue of Milwaukee Magazine, do that before the first of April! This month’s Chef Issue highlights 8 of the most talented chefs in Milwaukee. Pick a chef or pick a restaurant, then try something new! How about a sophisticated dinner at c. 1880 with Chef Thomas Hauck. Or maybe a more relaxed lunch at Bavette La Boucherie with Chef Karen Bell. Buy a copy online.