Winter 2019 Activities near Milwaukee

By Product Expert | Posted in Community Events, Dealership Info, Local on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 at 1:00 am
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Winter 2019 Recommendations | Milwaukee

There’s a bunch of stuff going on around Milwaukee just about any time of year. Around the holidays though, the sheer number of things to do can get downright overwhelming. To help you decide, we compiled a list of a few things we think could be worth your time.

Here’s our list of Winter 2019 activities near Milwaukee.


Get Your Car Some Winter Boots


winter country road enclosed by treesSips & Sweets @ Bugsy’s Back Alley Speakeasy – Dec. 5

Head over to Bugsy’s for a 5-course wine and desert pairing orchestrated by Certified Sommelier and SURG Beverage Director, Joshua Steiner, and SURG Executive Pastry Chef, Jason Wnuk. Be treated to the very, very best for just a few bucks.

Winter Solstice Family Workshop @ Discovery World – Dec. 7

The first official day of winter is December 21st. And as you may or may not know, it is also the northern hemisphere’s shortest day of the year. The word ‘solstice’ is derived from the Latin ‘sol’ and ‘sistere’, meaning literally ‘sun stands still’. Learn even more about the winter solstice and how it affects our planet and solar system in this fun event for the whole family.

Jeeves at Sea @ Broadway Theatre Center – Nov. 22 – Dec. 22

Come out and see the original butler sidekick Jeeves try to save his charge, Bertie Wooster, from death, or worse, marriage! Adapted from the lauded works of the late British satirist P. G. Wodehouse, this theatrical adaptation is sure to split your ribs and warm your heart.

Need a Ride?

Looking to get a new car? Stop by Hall Mazda. We sell new and certified pre-owned Mazda vehicles. Already have a Mazda? We have all the parts and accessories you need to get your vehicle ready for the cold weather. And don’t forget to bring your car in for a check-up to make sure it’ll stay strong this winter!

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