UNITE 414

SUPPORT THE CITY WE LOVE AND CALL HOME

*Note that this compilation is a work-in-progress. Milwaukee Day is a labor of love, not our full-time jobs. We have not intentionally omitted anyone. Please let us know what you're up to and we'll keep updating.

Music and more:

Mocha Harris presents MKExpanded 414 Day Festival April 14-17 

MKExpanded Celebrates the Northside Way of Living with over 85 artists performing

Barber Q&A Panel 

Presented by No Studios MKE, with performance from Huey V. at 7PM

Community Clean Up 

presented by Hittin Hard Radio from 12PM-3PM

Milwaukee Record Showcase

April 14 at Company Brewing

Cooperage Showcase

April 14 at The Cooperage

Cactus Club Showcase

April 14 at Cactus Club

Boone & Crockett MKE Music DJ Spin

All Milwaukee-based artists, all night long

Guerrilla Ghost at Best Place

Performing with Spoy at The Historic Pabst Brewery event space

414 Kind of Holiday Show

The Head Space artist collective hosts its 4th Annual Milwaukee Day virtual event

Milwaukee area businesses:
Milwaukee Brewers Opening Day 

First pitch is at 4:14PM!

mercadoMKE

The Hispanic Collective has launched mercadoMKE.com, an online marketplace to discover and shop Latino-owned businesses in the 414 area. Visit the new resource and support them today!

MKE BLACK

Support Milwaukee's Black businesses with this directory, and discover restaurants, shopping, digital services, museums, resources, and more.

414 Day Celebration and Food Drive

Historic Milwaukee Inc's annual celebration takes place April 14-16

$4.14 Milwaukee Mag Subscriptions

An annual tradition, subscribe to the magazine at a steep discount

$4.14 Harley-Davidson Museum Tix

For tickets purchased in advance online

The Recombobulation Area

41.4% off a subscription for the award-winning column

Urban Harvest Brewing Co.

Hosting 4/14 specials 

Great Lakes Distillery

Milwaukee Day Bottle Release and Party

Gathering Place Brewing Co.

$4.14 pints and a Milwaukee Makers Mini Market

Sprecher Brewery

$4.14 brewery tours

Milwaukee area resources:
UNITED WAY URGENT NEEDS FUND

United Way’s nonprofit partners in Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County are experiencing increased need for emergency food service, additional costs for needed medical equipment, more pay for staffing and a greater need for cleaning supplies. This fund will support the urgent needs of nonprofits as they arise.

INTERCHANGE FOOD PANTRY

The local resource has been affected by shortages, and needs help buying wholesale goods for those whom they serve.

TANDEM COMMUNITY MEALS

One of the best restaurants in town has stopped taking orders to focus on making food for donations to those of greatest need in our community. Please support this heroic gesture, if you can. 

IMAGINE MKE ARTIST RELIEF FUND

Help for artists and creators who have lost so much income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Milwaukee area non-profits:
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER MKE

In response to concerns over COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee is offering resources our Clubs families and the greater Milwaukee community to help youth stay engaged and learning while ensuring their safety. Help support their ongoing mission

AMERICAN RED CROSS OF WISCONSIN

The Red Cross always needs blood donations, but the need especially urgent right now. Learn how and where to make a difference during this crisis. 

Milwaukee area resources and services:
UNITED WAY VOLUNTEER NEEDS

The United Way of Greater Milwuakee & Waukesha County needs volunteer help in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

VISIT MILWAUKEE - GET INVOLVED

Find ways to help small businesses and those in the tourism and hospitality industries in Greater Milwaukee.

 

EBENEZER STONE MINISTRIES

The nonprofit food pantry provides bag lunches and hot meals on Saturdays, plus Wednesdays from 8-11. Visitors can also get clothing by appointment. Financial support is greatly appreciated, as are food donations from restaurants or suppliers. 

MILWAUKEE RESCUE MISSION

One in four of our neighbors in Milwaukee are living in poverty. The Rescue Mission provides shelter, meals, clothing -- basic needs, education and recovery for the community. They're grateful for any support

What do you have in the works? Let us know what your organization has going on and we'll list it.

STILL LOOKING FOR OTHER WAYS TO CELEBRATE TO MAKE EVERY DAY LIKE MILWAUKEE DAY? HERE ARE SOME OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS TO DO -- AFTER THE SAFER-AT-HOME ORDER IS LIFTED AND IT MAKES SENSE TO SOCIALIZE IN PUBLIC AGAIN. MAKE SURE TO USE #MKEDAY AS YOU SHARE, WHEVER YOU CELEBRATE ON APRIL 14.  

 

* Find the spot where Hank Aaron hit his last home run in the Miller Park lot. 

* Do the custard rounds in a single day. Leon's, Gilles, Kopp's, Oscar's… Who's best? 

* See whatever's playing in the main house of the historic Oriental Theatre. 

* Gear up for skateboarding at Sky High on Howell. 

* Skip some stones on Lake Michigan. 

* See some art and underground local comedy at Var Gallery. 

* Spend the night at a house designed by the one and only Frank Lloyd Wright. 

* Pre-set your car's radio to local independent stations - 88Nine, WUWM, and WMSE.

* Don't know the password at The Safehouse? Then dance like you mean it for the patrons inside. 

* Find an angle of MAM's Calatrava that's never been photographed before.

* Cheese-curd eating contest? Cheese-curd eating contest. 

* Teach your out-of-town friends how to correctly pronounce, "Mwaukee."

* See the next big thing with a show of up-and-comers at an intimate local club.

* Yell a lot at the next Brew City Bruisers roller-derby bout. 

* Out late on the East Side? Don't miss out on the ramen at Ardent. 

* High-five an MCTS bus driver. 

* Try something new in the 'Tosa Village. 

* Hit up the secret rattlesnake button at the Public Museum. 

* Tell your kids the story of the real-life Bambi, Lawrencia Bembenek. 

* Order something with bacon at Comet. 

* Get a group together and take a behind-the-scenes tour of Miller Park.

* When you Instagram art, don't forget to mention the artist in your caption. Then follow them. 

* Become a member of Milwaukee Film. 

* Support a visiting author at Boswell Book Company. 

* Bike the Hank Aaron Trail. 

* Treat yo' self to a staycation at the the Pfister, the Iron Horse, Hotel Metro, or the Brewhouse Inn & Suites in the old Pabst brewery. 

* Teach yo' self how to spell "Antetokounmpo."

* Clear your paper plate on the cheap at Conejito's.

* If you haven't yet, get yourself a Milwaukee Public Library card. 

* Donate any money or time you can spare to one of our amazing area non-profits.

* Memorize all the words to Channel 12's "Hello, Milwaukee" promo song of 1977. 

* Experience the city like every out-of-towner and take a tour of a brewery. 

* Find something you've never tried before on Center St. in Riverwest. 

* Watch Milwaukeean Dan Harmon's "Community" and cheer anytime Abed wears a Dead Alewives t-shirt.

* Go back to the Mitchell Park Domes. It's been way too long. 

* Subscribe to the Pabst/Turner/Riverside newsletter, and be the first to know.

* Bring a group to ComedySportz. Or better yet, register for an improv class. 

* Find locations for Major League around the Third Ward. 

* Clap politely when that touring band imagines they're the first ever to make a Laverne & Shirley reference.

* Shop local! Eat local! Play local!