5 things to do this weekend: June 21-23 2019

Yoga Day, Voyegeur Park, De Pere
Yoga Day at Voyegeur Park in De Pere, June 21, 2017. (WLUK)

1. Celebrate International Yoga Day with Yoga in the Park

This free event is taking place right in De Pere at Voyageur Park on Friday, June 21st. Provided by Flow Yoga Studio, the yoga session is open to all skill levels, and is kid friendly. Following the session, there will be meditation drumming, henna and food. The event features special guest Jaire Alexander from the Green Bay Packers, and The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay. Yoga in the Park will take place Friday from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Stick around after the event for Movie In The Park, hosted by the De Pere Parks, Rec & Forestry, presenting "The Peanuts Movie."

More information on the Friday events taking place in Voyageur Park can be found here.

2. Have fun and give back at Pillars Art Jam

Create works of arts for yourself and for donations to the homeless shelter, Pillars. While jamming to music and creating art, learn how Pillars provides for families in the community who experience homelessness, and learn what you can do to help.

Each ticket is $20, and includes two 12" X 12" canvases, painting supplies and snacks. The event is taking place at the Appleton Park Memorial Pavilion Saturday, June 22nd, from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

To register for the event and learn more about the shelter, visit the Pillars website.

3. Spend the weekend jamming out at Sheboygan Barnapalooza

Head to Lake Orchard Farm Retreat for live music, food trucks and fun on the shores of Lake Michigan. The first annual music on the farm event kicks off Saturday, June 22nd at 2 p.m., with music playing until 9 p.m., and continues again Sunday from noon-3 p.m. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs, blankets, food and beverage.

For tickets and the full music lineup, click here.

4. Kick off summer with cheese Door County!

The Door County Cheese Festival is taking place Saturday, June 22nd in Ellison Bay. The 1st annual festival will feature a variety of northeast Wisconsin cheese makers, with restaurants featuring small plates based on unique artisan cheeses. The event coincides with the Uncork Summer Food Wine Cider Music Festival, featuring of course food, wine, cider, and music.

The event kicks off at 11 a.m. at Wickman House until 2 p.m., with music running until 4 p.m. More information can be found on the Uncork Summer website.

5. Walk with wine in Downtown Fond du Lac

This Saturday, June 22nd, you can take part in the Downtown Fond du Lac Wine Walk! Downtown businesses become "tasting rooms" offering samples of different wines. See what downtown has to offer as you walk from business to business, sipping from your souvenir glass. You select 10 wine samples from the numerous options available at the businesses.

Tickets start at $25, and you choose your specific ticket based on your tasting preferences. More information on the wine walk, tickets, and rules can be found here.