Looking for a way to beat cabin fever this winter? Milwaukee has a wide variety of winter sports to help you embrace the cold weather as a season of fun and unique outdoor activities.
Take a break this Thanksgiving with carry-out and dine-in meals from local restaurants.
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead is celebrated November 1-2.
Diwali is celebrated November 4.
The Milwaukee Brewers are the 2021 NL Central champions. They head into their 4th straight playoffs, Friday, Oct. 8, 2021.
Milwaukee is home to one of the nation's largest German American populations. Celebrate the immense German heritage that we have right here in MKE.
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Love music? How does the world’s largest music festival sound? It’s Summerfest, and it happens right here in Milwaukee on the shore of Lake Michigan!
Henry Maier Festival Park and the Milwaukee community are significantly benefiting from the new Northwestern Mutual Community Park, a colorful playground area offering inclusive and accessible fun for children ages 2 to 12.
You’re about to strike gold on this perfect Milwaukee day. This baseball season plan an overnight trip to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino and catch a Brewer’s game so that the excitement can last all day (and night) long!
Juneteenth is an important historic day not only for Milwaukee, but for the entire country. Milwaukee was one of the first northern cities to celebrate this day in 1971 and festivities have not stop growing since.
See all the ways you can participate in the celebrating the wonderful LGBTQ+ community in Milwaukee.
Whether in our community or in our hearts, we value the people of our united armed forces, and there are many ways for Milwaukeeans and visitors to honor and support our troops.
Celebrate the Caribbean-American community we have here in Milwaukee with some of the ideas we've compiled so that you can support this vibrant group.
Celebrate Milwaukee's Jewish American Heritage at cultural institutions.
The Milwaukee Asian and Pacific Islander community has and continues to add to the beautiful fabric of our city.
Celebrate Milwaukee's Native American and heritage at cultural institutions and by supporting today's Native-owned businesses.
Milwaukee is truly a place for all with America's most Accessible beach and ...
Join us as we discover the sights, sounds, and flavors of the vibrant Latine community in Milwaukee.
Celebrate Milwaukee's Black history and heritage at cultural institutions and by supporting today's Black businesses.
It’s one of the first things you notice as you fly over beautiful Lake Michigan and land in Milwaukee – we’re a city of steeples!
Milwaukee is a city that loves to celebrate. Anywhere from tacos to jazz to culture, we have festivals for just about everything earning us the nickname, “City of Festivals.”
"Who runs the world?? Women of Milwaukee, that's who! The city would not be where it is today without the efforts and hard work of the women who live here. See how you can celebrate or join together to support the women of Milwaukee."