Milwaukee Art Museum, which recently reopened, will offer both online and in-person events for the whole family this spring. Visitors can also enjoy exploring new artworks and exhibitions on the main and lower levels.
Author: Melissa Larsen
In response to the global pandemic, Cook it Forward was founded in Madison by Joshua Berkson, Patrick Sweeney and Francesca Hong to tackle food insecurity in their community. “Our mission is to create an end-to-end distribution network to produce and distribute healthy, fresh meals for families, seniors, and those with disabilities experiencing food insecurity.”
Who doesn’t love a free getaway? Travel Wisconsin has launched its Adventure Awaits Giveaway, allowing participants to win one of 26 prize packages, each including resort stays and fun-filled Wisco adventures.
Rowan Childs founded Madison Reading Project in 2013 to provide engaging reading materials to all children in the Madison area. Here, Childs discusses the nonprofit’s mission, goals for 2021 (including opening a new, larger book center) and how the pandemic has evolved the community’s reading needs.
Need to overcome that winter slump? VISIT Milwaukee launched Giving Fest through Feb. 28, a one-of-a-kind virtual festival to bring together businesses of all kinds for weeks of performances, workshops, games, behind-the-scenes tours and much more.
Gather ’round your favorite device. Milwaukee Public Market welcomes Lyncoya Ilion as she joins Madame Kuony’s Kitchen and hosts a virtual pizza-making class Jan. 28.
Who couldn’t use an extra $500 in their pocket? Welcome in the new year by entering Sawyer County’s #sledsawyer2020 selfie contest!
Seeking an easy, peasy date night amid the holiday bustle? Salvatore’s Tomato Pies in Livingston has launched a new wallet-friendly Date Night Any Night for dine-in and carryout.
Now more than ever, the world is searching for ways to thank its essential workers. In partnership with Broadway Across America, Overture Center announced the winners of its “Nominate a Star Contest,” shining a spotlight on essential workers within the Madison community.
Santa’s Rock N Lights sets off on its second year in Wisconsin, taking place at Brown County Fairgrounds in De Pere. The animated drive-through light show can be enjoyed now through Jan. 3.