Milwaukee residents have a lot to look forward to this weekend with a variety of events taking place throughout the city. Here are five things to know and do this weekend, according to the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
First up, the Milwaukee County Zoo is hosting its annual Zoo A La Carte event from Thursday, July 20 to Sunday, July 23. The event features food from over 25 local restaurants, live music, and a variety of family-friendly activities. Admission to the zoo is free with a donation of two non-perishable food items per person.
Next, the Milwaukee Brewers are taking on the Chicago Cubs at Miller Park on Friday, July 21 and Saturday, July 22. The games are sure to be exciting as the two teams battle it out on the field. Fans can enjoy food, drinks, and a lively atmosphere at the ballpark.
For those looking for a more laid-back weekend activity, the Urban Ecology Center is hosting a guided nature walk at its Menomonee Valley location on Saturday, July 22. The walk will explore the valley’s natural beauty and allow participants to learn about the area’s history and ecology.
On Saturday evening, the Riverwest Public House Cooperative is hosting a benefit concert for the Milwaukee-based nonprofit organization Voces de la Frontera. The concert will feature local musicians and all proceeds will go towards supporting Voces de la Frontera’s efforts to advocate for immigrant and worker rights.
Finally, the Milwaukee Art Museum is offering free admission to all visitors on Sunday, July 23. Visitors can explore the museum’s extensive collection of art and participate in various family-friendly activities throughout the day.
With so many exciting events this weekend, Milwaukee residents will surely find something to suit their interests. For more information on these events and others happening throughout the city, visit the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service website.