Jan 25 Wednesday
The Milwaukee Bucks take on the Denver Nuggets at the Fiserv Forum in the Deer District on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m.
Wednesday’s game is Pride Night, and the first 10,000 fans will receive a Milwaukee Bucks Pride Beanie presented by Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Health Network!
Enjoy a Milwaukee Bucks home game with your friends, family, or as a group event. The Milwaukee Bucks offer many ticket packages to allow you to find the best fit for you!
Jan 31 Tuesday
On HBCU Night, the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Charlotte Hornets at the Fiserv Forum in the Deer District Tuesday, January 31st at 7 p.m.
A special ticket package offer is available for the HBCU Night game. It includes a ticket to the game, an HBCU t-shirt and access to a pregame HBCU networking event at GATHER in the Deer District.
The pregame networking event will feature several guest speakers and HBCU alumni from the Bucks, Johnson Controls, Marquette University and United Way Diversity Leadership Society. It will take place from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. before the game.
Feb 04 Saturday
The Milwaukee Bucks take on the Miami Heat at the Fiserv Forum in the Deer District on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. The Bucks will celebrate Black History Month at their Saturday home game, and the first 14,000 fans will receive a free cap inspired by Jrue Holiday.
Interested in being an artist at the Midsummer Festival of the Arts?
Applications are now being accepted–from December 15, 2022, through March 1, 2023. Acceptance notifications will be sent to artists April 4, 2023.Artists must apply through ZAPPlication (https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=10971)
This year’s festival will be July 15-16. The event will feature up to 100 juried artists including returning award winners from last year. The Arts Center will also host an emerging artist area for up to five artists, offering an opportunity for collegiate and rising artists to learn about business in the arts. In response to the exhibition on view during the festival, Cloth as Land: Hmong Indigeneity, and in celebration of the Sheboygan Hmong Summer Festival happening the same weekend, an additional minimum of five artists of Hmong heritage will be selected to be featured inside the Arts Center. The Arts Center may also designate additional spaces for local and community partnerships coordinated and selected by Arts Center staff.
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Jan 26 Thursday
Come enjoy a game of hockey with the Milwaukee Admiral’s while supporting Almost Home Cat Rescue MKE
The Milwaukee Admirals will be playing the Grand Rapids Griffins on 01/28/23@ 6 pm at the Panther Arena
For each ticket that is sold, Almost Home Cat Rescue MKE will receive $5 per ticket.
In order for Almost Home Cat Rescue MKE to receive credit for a ticket sale, please follow the link listed
January Family Film’s at The Bend Theater featuring:
Smallfoot (2018 – PG)
Migo is a friendly Yeti whose world gets turned upside down when he discovers something that he didn’t know existed — a human. He soon faces banishment from his snowy home when the rest of the villagers refuse to believe his fantastic tale. Hoping to prove them wrong, Migo embarks on an epic journey to find the mysterious creature that can put him back in good graces with his simple community.
Doors open at 6:30 PM to give you time to pick your seats, visit our historic lobby, concession stand and fully stocked bar!
Jan 27 Friday
(For teens & adults) Get your body moving while connecting with neighbors, and learn some Aztec dances! All you will need is to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. This dance workshop is for beginners, but all levels are welcome.
For any additional questions about this program, please contact Menomonee Valley Branch Manager Angélica Sánchez Mora at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free for everyone. Registration is required for this event.
An evening of classic rock music celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Who’s Album Quadrophenia & The Rolling Stones’ Album Goats Head Soup, including other hits that defined a generation.
For 15 years, Substitute: Tales From The Who has delivered the hits and more to a variety of festivals, including Summerfest, and venues across the United States. A tribute to one of the most prolific and influential rock bands in history, the band’s reputation has been built on high-energy performances and an unrivaled commitment to artistic integrity. From Baba O’Reilly and Love, Reign O’er Me to Pinball Wizard and Won’t Get Fooled Again, Substitute brings legends to life.
For more than two decades, Shattered has earned its stellar reputation as a premiere tribute to the Rolling Stones by playing festivals, clubs, and music venues throughout the Midwest, including multiple returns to Summerfest. For Shattered, it’s all about reproducing the sound, feel and vibe of the Rolling Stones live. They take pride in it, and do it very well, focusing on hits like Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Honky Tonk Women, and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction that made the Stones a household name across three generations.
Doors open at 6:30 PM to give you time to find your seats, visit our historic lobby, concession stand and fully stocked bar! Show begins at approximately 7:30 PM
The last Friday in January is up to our DJs Sage Schwarm and Mosh Wah. If you have never been to a Friday with them, you need to go. They play everything you could ever hope to hear and throw in a couple surprises as well!cover $7
Jan 28 Saturday
In a new multiroom installation, artist Andrea Chung confronts the legacy and trauma of slavery from the perspective of an Afrofuturist utopia.
For this work, Chung activates the possibility of a new world, a “Black Atlantis” called Drexciya, to subvert the horrors of the transatlantic slave trade. Drexciya is an underwater world populated by the amphibious offspring of women thrown from slave ships during the Middle Passage. It was conceived by the eponymous and enigmatic electronic music duo active in Detroit in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Image: Andrea Chung, Filthy Water Cannot Be Washed, 2017; cyanotype and watercolor; 88 x 240 in. Courtesy of the artist.
https://www.jmkac.org/exhibition/andrea-chung-if-they-put-an-iron-circle-around-your-neck-i-will-bite-it-away/ Chung’s installation is a meditation on the laws of Black physics. It highlights the ways Black people relate and respond to time and space in order to navigate a world full of dangerous and harmful systems. Within her evocation of this watery realm we can inhabit imagined pasts, presents, and futures to craft alternative realities forged by liberation, adaptation, resilience, defiance, and survival.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in partnership with Milwaukee Recreation, Milwaukee Repertory Theater is proud to offer 2023 Saturday Youth and Teen Theater Workshops! This series of FREE theater workshops, taught by professional Milwaukee Rep teaching artists, is created specifically for the young artists in your life to feel creative, connected, and engaged this winter. This series of drama-filled fun will take place at three separate locations every Saturday through March 11th, 2023. Read below for our three exciting theater workshop options:
JUNGLE JAM: The Wild World of Musical Theater10:00AM-11:00AM at Center Street Library, Greenfield Bilingual School, and COA Goldin CenterWHODUNIT?: Mystery Theater Detectives 11:00AM-12:00PM at Center Street Library, Greenfield Bilingual School, and COA Goldin Center INTERACTIVISM: Theater for Social Justice1:00PM-2:30PM at Center Street Library, Greenfield Bilingual School, and COA Goldin Center.
Additionally, we are pleased to offer FREE lunch to all participants from 12:00PM-1:00PM at each partner location!
For more information and to sign up TODAY, please click visit our ticketing website linked to this event.
Cozy up by the fire and enjoy the stunning view of Lake Michigan while sampling a unique selection of craft beers and delicious food! Sample 24 unique beers from local breweries, visit food stations with soups, mac & cheese, sliders, and some sweet treats, plus get your own exclusive Racine Zoo beer glass souvenir. Hot cocoa and Irish cream will be available for purchase. The event will take place outside by the Safari Base Camp Pavilion, so dress for the weather! There will be fire pits and space heaters to keep you warm, too! Proceeds benefit the animals and programs of the Racine Zoo.