With the holiday hustle and bustle wrapped up and colder temps keeping you inside, you may find yourself going a bit stir crazy. But don’t fret! With these 9 activities in Whitewater, WI, you can beat January’s cabin fever quickly!
Second Saturdays Open Art Studio at Studio 84 (11a-4p) is a wonderful way for you and your family to hunker in outside the home AND get crafty! Free to attend, you can start your day with Children’s Storytime at 10:30a at The Book Teller and then head over to Studio 84 to create with a plethora of materials.
Kimchi with Sam Pike• Sunday, January 12 • 3-5:00p • $20 Cozy up amidst stacks of books and learn how to make kimchi, a traditional Korean side dish of spicy, fermented veggies, from fermentation connoisseur, Pike. An excellent way to warm the spirits!
Mid-Winter Reflection with Anne Drehfal and Katy Wimer• Saturday, February 2 • 5-8p • $25 Grab a comfy chair or snuggle up on a spot of rug and dig into some gentle movement, a light meditation, and some journaling for the new year. A perfect event to dust off the winter cobwebs!
Stolen Sisters Exhibition • Thursday, January 30 • 5-7p • Crossman Gallery This exhibition features 31 indigenous artists and allies showcasing diverse artworks from indigenous artists and allies and is for “addressing a range of experiences and emotions surrounding the violence against and loss of indigenous women and girls.”
The Greatest Showman Sing-Along• Saturday, January 25 • 3-5p This family friendly event will have the kiddos delighted. Not only will there be a circus theme in the auditorium, but everyone can sing at the top of their lungs.
Move Your Body
Swimming at the Whitewater Aquatic Center! Now with a Leisure Pool, for adults only from 5:30a-11:30a, you can take an alone swim or swim with a buddy to heat up your body and limber up winter bones.