Are you a fan of beer, food, music, art, or possibly even yoga? If so, you’ve come to (or live in) the right place.
We start off our weekly journey right outside of g.moxie's doors tonight in Catalano Square, located in The Historic Third Ward, for a weekly event called Ayre in the Square. Here you’ll be able to catch Rocket Paloma and Devil Met Contention rocking the stage for a couple hours. Point Brewing and Club Charlies will have you covered on beer and drinks for the night. This combination will quench your thirst and leave your ear drums highly satisfied. Oh, the event is free by the way, so don’t miss out.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Point Brewery’s “Fish Fry and a Flick”, you get another chance this Friday! From 5-11 PM at Discovery World, next to the Milwaukee Art Museum, there will be a screening of the smash hit Marvel movie “Deadpool” starring Ryan Reynolds (sans Hugh Jackman, unfortunately). Complete with brews, a fish fry, and a variety of other grilled and fried foods, you aren’t going to leave hungry. One thing to keep in mind is that “Deadpool” is rated R. So in lieu of bringing the little ones, grab a few of your pals and head down to the Lakefront to catch a flick. No need to worry about having to catch the fish, though, that’s already been handled.
Feeling out of whack this week? Go realign your chakras at the Milwaukee Art Museum this Saturday. Starting at 8:15 AM there will be a Yoga class happening inside the museum! There is a $15 recommended donation, which includes museum admission for the day, which is a great deal. So after you’re done perfecting your child’s pose, and your friend asks you to go home, you can tell them “namaste and check out some Warhol”. Who wouldn’t want to spend a Saturday stretching your body and expanding your love of art? Just remember that you have to register by Friday at 5 PM if you wish to attend.
Looking for an event that will get you out and active? Look no further. Ciclovia MKE is a community event that takes place in Clarke Square neighborhood and Three Bridges Park this Sunday the 14th from 12-4 PM. This event is taking place to help promote positive growth and recreation, as well as bringing together Milwaukee neighborhoods. The streets will be closed off to traffic. So bring your bike, roller blades, or skateboard (maybe even a pogo stick, if you’re daring) and pedal around our amazing city a bit more.
Lastly, don’t forget to pop into River Rhythms on Wednesday the 17th to hit a groove with the group Cache at Pere Marquette Park.
We’d love to hear from you, let us know which events you’re going to check out this week!