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Things to do in and near Menomonee Falls on Sunday, April 11

Kristen Winiarski

Things to do in and near Menomonee Falls today, Sunday, April 11

Are you looking for fun things to do this Sunday, April 11th in and around Menomonee Falls? There are plenty of choices for getting out and about today with some fun events in the area. Even though the weather has been a bit crummy, you can find some great stuff to do inside.


  • Spring Makers Market at Story Hill FireHouse

Head into Milwaukee for this free event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come out and shop small, local businesses in one easy location at the Story Hill FireHouse. There will be Modern Maki sushi as well as drink specials. The featured vendors include: Alquimia Skin Care, MAde With Puns, Happy Buddha Boutique, Stephen’s Artisanal Breads and Baked Goods, Fig - Natural Wooden Toys, GlassHouses, Bronze Box, Maple St. Creations, For The Love of Drax, LLC, James Steeno Gallery, Lit MKE, Colleen’s Creations, Refresh curated Goods, Chase My Creations, INIK Soap Co., Wood Violet Designs, Knottingale Macrame, Artistica by Josseline Castillo, Cream City Creations and Events, Cassie’s Natural Living, LLC, Mare and James, Copper Robin, Drift and Row, Posi Purses, Tangled Forest Jewelry, Mason Jade LLC, Soul Roost, Sassy Beans Shop, Creative Legacy, The Lovin Oven Pet Bakery, Cloud 9 Workshop, Cream City Canning, Fiendishly Craftie, Re-Useable Art, Howes’ Craft Studio, Hand Dipped by Kelly/ColorStreet by Kelly, Pleasant Valley Treats, Jess Makes Things MKE, Shop Privy with Amy, Nature’s Turn Pottery and Thom J Ertl Designs.

These vendors will be space outside in The Yard and inside the FireHouse in order to keep social distancing guidelines. Masks are required for all shoppers, vendors and employees.

  • Motor Mania’s Indoors Builders Showcase

Close by in West Bend at the Washington County Fair Park and Conference Center you can attend this event put on my Motor Mania between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for children, but under 5 year olds are free.

  • Free Pop-Up Art/Watercolor Painting

Head over to Hales Corners to Clifford’s Supper Club for a fun painting session at 4 p.m. This event is completely free and includes all of the materials that you need. This week’s theme is watercolor painting. You will be able to use graphite paper to easily transfer the design of the picture that you like to the watercolor paper to paint. There will also be patterns available for tracing a variety of different designs or bring your own photo to trace. There will also be practice paper provided and suggestions and guidance available if you want it. All ages and skill levels are welcome. You can order food and drinks while you paint, including a fish fry along with homemade soups, mozzarella sticks, reuben rolls and wings.

  • Daniel’s Neighborhood Little Leapers

Take the kids to Sky Zone Milwaukee in Waukesha for a fun Daniel Tiger-themed event between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sunday. It costs $12.99 per child. Kids from walking age through 7 can jump for 120 minutes, create a special craft, get a temporary tattoo and meet and take pictures with Daniel Tiger. Make sure to reserve your spot ahead of time!

  • Candlelight Restorative Yoga

Want to take some time to breathe before starting the new week? Head over to Reaching Treetops Yoga in Waukesha for a restorative yoga session at 5 p.m. on Sunday. You can show up for a $12 drop-in cost. You will practice yoga by calming candlelight. This is a great practice to relax with gentle movement and soft music. It focuses on stretching and mindful breath. You can attend in the studio or online through Zoom.

Enjoy your Sunday with one or more of the events listed above in and near Menomonee Falls. They are a great way to end your weekend.

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