Key Milwaukee

February 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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14 SHOWS u Through Feb.11 First Stage: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane With his silk suits, wide array of hats and gold pocket watch, Edward Tulane is an exceptional toy in Abilene's room. But when he is thrown overboard from a ship, he begins a remarkable journey of discovery across Depression era America. Todd Wehr Theater, Marcus Center u Feb. 8-11 Disney On Ice presents Dream Big BMO Harris Bradley Center u Feb. 10 Darci Lynne Ventriloquist, winner of season twelve of the NBC competition show America's Got Talent. Riverside Theater u Feb. 23-25 2018 Tripoli Shrine Circus UWM Panther Arena HANDS-ON u Feb. 7, 9:30-10:30am Story Time This month's STEM- focused theme is the Great Lakes. Engaging adventures into some of the best children's books, age-appropriate for 2-5 year-olds. Each child receives a take-home craft compliments of Kohl's Design It! Lab. Discovery World u Feb. 10, 10am-5pm Love Your Great Lakes Interactive experience aimed at introducing our community's connection to freshwater. Discovery World u Feb. 17-18 Discover the Dinosaurs: Time Trek Be transported through a special Time Lab where you can observe enormous prehistoric dinosaurs and track modern-day sharks in real time. This experience is all about hands-on family fun! Wisconsin Center u Feb. 24, 10:30am National Engineers Week: Hour of Code Discover how easy it is to write code in self-guided lessons. No experience needed. Lessons range from simple block-based visual commands to complex object oriented code. Discovery World u Feb. 24, 11am-3pm Bartolotta Family Food Fest Explore all the interactive fun that Discovery World has to offer while enjoying delicious food from Bartolotta Restaurants throughout the museum. Discovery World For Kids u Feb 18, 1pm The Corps of 4 and Ballerina Karina in Space Case An original show created by Milwaukee Ballet where The Corps of 4 take a trip to another galaxy and get stuck on a planet that desperately needs their help. With a focus on science and the arts, the stellar superheroes must use their skills to problem solve and make peace. Milwaukee Ballet's Jodi Peck Center, 504 W National Ave. Love Your Great Lakes, Discovery World

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