At Krause Funeral Home, we love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with family and friends. Each year, there are a variety of exciting celebrations happening around Milwaukee, Brookfield, and New Berlin. Here are some of the best activities to attend in our area this March:
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Downtown Milwaukee comes to life on Saturday, March 11, with the 55th Shamrock Club of Wisconsin St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Bring the whole family out to enjoy Irish step dancers, pipe and drum corps, colorful floats, and more. The parade starts at noon. Don’t miss one of the city’s oldest and most well-loved traditions. For more information, including the parade route, click here.
Luck of the Irish 5K
One of the greatest things about a virtual 5K is that you can participate from anywhere! Walk, jog, or run on a trail, treadmill, or around your neighborhood. Run your race anytime from Friday, March 17, to Friday, March 31. Once registered, each race attendee receives a medal and a bib, with a portion of every entry donated to the National Hemophilia Foundation. For more information and registration details, click here.
Milwaukee Admirals vs. Chicago Wolves
Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a thrilling hockey game at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Friday, March 17, at 6 p.m. Special discounts are available for college and high school students and first responders. The Milwaukee Admirals face off against the Chicago Wolves, so get ready to cheer! For ticket information, click here.
St. Patrick’s Day Feast of the Irish
What better way to spend St. Patrick’s Day than learning how to prepare traditional Irish dishes? This fun-filled cooking class takes place at Glorioso’s Appetito & Sage Harvest. Chef Michael Solovey, owner, and operator of Sage Harvest Cooking School will teach participants how to cook corned beef and cabbage with carrots and potato for the main course and Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes with Shamrock Green Bailey’s Irish Whipped Cream for dessert. What a delicious way to spend the holiday! The class takes place on Friday, March 17, at 4 p.m. For more details, click here.