Host of the Carthage Chamber Music Series, bringing world-class entertainment to Kenosha, along with drama productions, music performances, and free exhibitions in the H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art. Liberal arts education since 1847; evening studies for adults; MSW through Loyola University; Friday Family Fun Nights September through May.
2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha
Meeting Rooms: 80
Guest Rooms: 500
Nestled within an 83-acre park along the Lake Michigan shore, Carthage College offers the ideal setting for your gathering. From a business meeting for 10, to a presentation of 3,500, Carthage has space to accommodate you and experienced people that will make you feel at home. Event spaces offer breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and state of the art audio visual and multimedia equipment, including video-conferencing rooms with satellite downlink. In fact, Carthage College recently added two new multi-million dollar facilities to its beautiful campus; the Hedberg Library and Tarble Athletic & Recreation Center which offer outstanding accommodations for meeting space and presentations. Carthage also has a beautiful Chapel that can host up to 1,800 people. For a more intimate setting, consider the President's Dining Room for a business luncheon or staff retreat. Elegantly landscaped areas accommodate picnics up to 2,000, and Carthage has more than 500 sleeping rooms which allow you to stay where you meet. Consider Carthage for your meeting,conference, seminar, summer camp, holiday party, breakfast meeting or corporate training.
Total Meeting Space: Over 30,000 sq. ft.
Loading Dock Available
Number of Parking Spaces: 1,070
Room - Sq. Footage
Tarble Athletic & Recreation Center - 122,000
Physical Education Complex
Jockey Club A, B - 6,291
Jockey Club A - 3,521
128 A, B, C - 3,472
Jockey Club B - 2,770
Recital Hall - 1,745
Art Gallery - 1,600
128 B - 1,452
128 A - 1,189
128 C - 831
Niemann Media Theater*
* Hedberg Library
Located on the picturesque shore of Lake Michigan, Carthage College features a multitude of athletic facilities to host most sporting events.
Major Events Hosted
Sport No. of Surfaces
N.E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center
Art Keller Field
Smeds Tennis Center
Guest curators Marco Rosichelli and Ryan Peter Miller present a select group of photographers known for their contemporary assertion of the pictorial medium into performance, sculpture, and interactive displays.
Carthage hosts Family Fun Nights for the community on most Friday evenings during the school year. Families can enjoy fun and educational activities in Hedberg Library, browse the collection in the Center for Children’s Literature, use the library computers, or swim and play basketball in the N. E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center.
Conducted by Dr. Eduardo Garcia-Novelli, the Carthage Women’s Ensemble presents a concert of music from their January 2015 tour to China.
Prominent South African entrepreneur Herman Mashaba will give a talk at Carthage College about the ongoing conflict between government and business in his homeland.
Directed by Martin McClendon. Every Spring, Carthage Theatre’s New Play Initiative gives you the opportunity to see a world premiere play from a prominent writer. This year acclaimed Emmy Award-winning screenwriter and playwright Keith Huff (AMC’s Mad Men, Netflix’s House of Cards, A Steady Rain on Broadway) crafts a gripping story of youthful idealism confronting terrible choices.
This exciting event welcomes band students from Kenosha and Racine to collaborate and perform with the Carthage Wind Orchestra under the direction of Dr. James Ripley.
This year, the second annual Fine Arts Weekend is exploring the theme “seeking truth,” an essential part of the mission statement of the College. Look through the lens of a photographer, artist, dancer, playwright, and musician as they seek truth in their work.
Artistic Direction by Stacy Pottinger, featuring choreography by Carthage Dance Minors. This unique presentation by Carthage dance minors features new dance works created by our very own emerging choreographers each sharing their inspirations through dance in a less formal revelation of the dance making process.
This yearly art exhibit is open to all Carthage College students. Specially juried by a guest artist or art critic, works are selected for quality and creativity in a variety of media. Awards are selected for works including Best of Show and a special Purchase Award.
Conducted by Dimitri Shapovalov, the A. F. Siebert Chapel Choir presents a concert of music from their Spring Break tour.