Jun 02 Friday
Join in for the next installment of Bay View Gallery Night on Friday, June 2nd! Celebrate local Milwaukee art, music, and local business on one amazing evening of hundreds of artists at over 70 locations! With the wide variety of talents, there is something to interest everyone. More information can be found at https://www.bvgn.org/
Jun 03 Saturday
Kick off the summer in historic downtown Port Washington, just steps from Lake Michigan, with a street festival celebrating the arts! Watch at the performing arts and music stages as we feature vibrant dance, drumming, music, and acrobatics that will bring our city to life for the summer season.
Stroll Franklin Street to peruse the artist vendors, shop the local retailers, and enjoy food + drink on the street. Dabble in art of your own with art stations and community art projects that are fun for the whole family.
Join us in celebrating the return of summer in an artful way! Learn more on the event website.
Jun 04 Sunday
ElevAsian presents MKE Dumpling Fest - Wrappers Delight! It's a celebration of all things wrapped in dough. Steamed or fried. Sweet or savory. Come sample dumpling creations from a dozen of Milwaukee's best restaurants and vote for your favorite!
May 29 Monday
Are you new to yoga or has it been a while since your last practice? Are you noticing changes in the way you move or balance that impact your ability to do what you love? Begin your week with Yoga for Mobility, where we focus on strengthening the connection between our mind and body while honing in on poses that strengthen the muscles we need to balance, reach, and bend. This class will involve a combination of yoga with a chair, and slow flowing movements on our mats. No yoga experience required. Yoga mat rental included class price. Pre-registration required.
This summer, join us once again for an outdoor community yoga class in Wauwatosa!Each week (weather permitting), RYT-200 Caitlin Moyer will lead you through a relaxing 45-minute yoga flow. The class will meet on most* Mondays on the grassy area on the north side of McKinley Elementary School (89th/90th & Wright).
This is a "pay what you'd like" donation-based class (suggested amount is $5-10; cash or Venmo accepted). You do not need to register in advance; however, everyone who participates must sign a waiver.
Be sure to bring your own mat, towel, water bottle and a neighbor/friend!
NOTE: Please join our group Facebook page for the most up-to-date information on class cancellations due to weather or schedule changes.
*We will NOT meet on the following dates: 5/29 (Memorial Day); 6/5 (Instructor Work Travel); 7/3 (Independence Day Observed); 7/24 (Instructor Work Travel); 9/4 (Labor Day).
On Saturday, June 3, yoga is on tap at Lion's Tail Brewing Co. in Wauwatosa (8520 w. North Avenue).Join RYT-200 Caitlin Moyer beginning at 11am for a 45-minute yoga flow inside the brewery's super-cool new digs.
Following the class, stick around for a beverage or two and maybe even lunch!
Your $20 fee includes the class + one beverage of your choice. Additional beverages will of course be available for purchase and food trucks are often on-site serving up something delicious.
Attendees must bring their own yoga mat and will be required to sign a waiver.
Space is limited to the first 20 attendees, so be sure to sign up early! Advance payment is required to reserve your space. To register, please visit CaitlinMoyer.com/yogaontap.
The United Performing Arts Fund's annual Ride for the Arts, presented by Miller Lite, returns June 4, with an expanded Hoan Loop Course and finish line party at Henry Maier Festival Park.
Utilizing Lincoln Memorial Drive up north to Lake Park, then back south over the Hoan Bridge, along 794 to Pennsylvania Ave and back again, this one-of-a-kind course offers scenic views of Milwaukee for riders of all ages and abilities. Completely closed to car traffic, bikes rule the road!
From 7 a.m. to 11 a.m, ride as little or as much of the 20-mile loop course as desired. We welcome all riders and have a variety of options with different routes and distances ranging from 7 to 15 miles. Plus we have a 1.5 mile Arts Path at Lakeshore State Park, this short-distance ride offers greater access to riders of all ages and abilities, especially designed with families in mind.
Following the ride, UPAF will host a finish line party at Henry Maier Festival Park from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event will feature food and drink (including free Miller Lite for all riders 21+) and live entertainment from UPAF Member groups and activities for all ages. All proceeds from the UPAF Ride for the Arts, including donations through fundraising efforts and sponsorship donations, UPAF programs and all 47 performing arts organizations it funds.
Adult Registration through April 14 - $55Adult Registration starting April 15 - $65Fundraiser Registration - $35 (Attendee commits to raising $150 by June 1, 2023)Kids 12 and under ride FREE thanks to Brewers Community Foundation.
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Jun 23 Friday
Shorewood will return to playing host for a day to the largest cycling event in the country, the 19th Annual Shorewood Criterium Classic presented by Draft & Vessel! The Tour of America’s Dairyland features 11 days of competitive racing around Wisconsin and brings in riders from amateurs to professionals. In addition, our local event includes kids races (littles, middles and tweens) and more fun at the Kensington Square block party!
Race times will be updated soon, but the event will run from 11am - 8:30pm with the start/finish line located at 4450 N. Oakland Avenue!
Don't miss this fun one-day Shorewood event! Bring your cow-bells and cheer on these amazing riders!
Learn more on the event webpage.
Jun 24 Saturday
Grab your helmets! The Café Hollander Otto Wenz Downer Classic promises to be one of the highlights of Wisconsin summer cycling. The popular kid's race kicks off the afternoon and the day ends with food, brews, and and lots of family fun.
Jun 26 Monday