If you are looking for a guide to keep you and your family entertained this month, we have got you covered!
DISCLAIMER (ADDED 3/17/2020): MOST MARCH EVENTS HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19. IF UNSURE, PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANIZER(S).
MkeMom’s Top Pick for March: Working Moms Happy Hour Hangout
When: Thursday, March 12th from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: S Bar at Silverspot Cinema at The Corners of Brookfield
What: A Happy Hour Hangout to Celebrate Working Parents in partnership with Working Moms Day
Cost: FREE to attend. Registration is required. You are encouraged and welcome to purchase beverages, food, etc. if you so choose!
Momming is HARD. WORK. Let’s come together and have an evening of good conversation and support, networking, and fun! Celebrating on Working Moms Day, this Happy Hour Hangout will feature the hand-crafted cocktails and bar bites of S Bar, swag bags from the amazing Corners of Brookfield retailers for the first 50 to register and attend, plus an opportunity to win some fantastic prizes!
Milwaukee Local Events
Guides for other area activities can be found near the end of this post. This is by no means a comprehensive list. If you know of any fun family activities we have missed, please let us know in the comments.
The Month’s Featured Mom Meetups
- March 12, 5:30 to 8:00 pm – Working Moms Happy Hour Hangout
- March 18, 9:00am – Coworking & Coffee at The Corners
Working Moms of Milwaukee
- March 12th – WORKING MOMS DAY!
- March 4 & 18, 12:00-1:00pm – Little Sprouts
- March 10 & 24, 10:00-11:00am – Close to the Heart
- March 11, 10:30am – North Babywearing Meet-Up & Lending Library
- March 27, 2:00 pm – Bay View Babywearing Meet-Up & Lending Library
Milwaukee Dads Group
This Month’s Events Calendar
Fox & Branch Concerts at Anodyne Coffee – On Sundays throughout the year, join Fox & Branch at Anodyne Coffee in Walkers Point for a Family Folk Concert everyone will love. Check the official schedule online. Fun for all ages and be sure to enjoy some Anodyne coffee and a treat while you’re there.
Home Depot Kids Workshop – Workshops are held the first Saturday of the month, and are different each time. At each workshop, kids receive an apron, wooden project, and a pin that says they’ve completed the project. The projects are perfect for a wide range of ages. You can check out upcoming projects on Home Depot’s website.
$5 Tuesdays at The Movies – All first-run Marcus Theater locations. See the hottest blockbusters for just $5. If you’re a MMR member, the popcorn is on us!
Milwaukee Art Museum Storytime – Every Saturday at 10:30, head to the Milwaukee Art Museum to hear a beautiful story about art on display and respond through creation of your own masterpiece. Meet at admissions. Free with museum admission. Check out the Milwaukee Art Museum for free on the first Thursday of every month.
On the first Thursday of every month, admission is free to the Milwaukee Public Museum.
The Mitchell Park Domes are free the first Thursday of the month from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., excluding the celebration of major holidays.
Betty Brinn Children’s Museum offers free admission from 5:00 – 8:00 PM on the third Thursday of the month.
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum offers free admission for all visitors on the first Wednesday of the month from 1-5pm
Charles Allis Art Museum offers free admission for all visitors the first Wednesday of the month from 1-5pm.
Kidz Days at the Center – During the summer months, First Stage holds free family programming every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10-11 at their outdoor theater. The programs feature everything from plays to story times, African drumming to Irish dancing, flipping gymnasts, and so much more. If you have a younger kiddo, these programs provide the perfect opportunity to practice sitting and watching a performance, without leaving you embarrassed if you have to leave half way through. Find out more here.
Boerner Botanical Gardens – Milwaukee County residents receive free admission the first Tuesday of every month, May – September. Every garden more picturesque than the next, but there’s a ton of space for your little ones to stretch their legs and explore.
Urban Ecology Center – Every Saturday at 1, at the locations in Menomonee Valley and Riverside Park, your little one can help feed turtles, frogs, and other reptiles! You can see their full calendar of events here. All of the branches are open six days a week, so check one out today.