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Kenosha events are a big reason our community is a choice destination for so many. Nearly every day of the year, there is something special going on in the Kenosha Area! Our Calendar of Events is chock full of family-friendly festivals, museum exhibits, plays and concerts, and so much more! Your Wisconsin fun starts here! Event details are subject to change and we recommend calling listed phone numbers or visiting event websites to verify information in advance.
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Born in 1915 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, actor, writer, director, and producer Orson Welles dramatically altered the mediums of theatre, radio, and film. One hundred years later, his influence is still felt around the world and many consider him to be the best director who ever lived. The City of Kenosha will commemorate his centennial year with a month-long series of events designed to engage, entertain, and inspire, much like the larger than life man himself did throughout his career.
Come learn about the wonderful world of bats – how they use echolocation and how bats eat insects and not people! For ages 4 and up.
Join the Cutting Edge Figure Skating Club for a COOL down! The COOLEST place to be this SUMMER! Free skating, free lessons, fun for all at this event.
All makes of model trains on display throughout the Kenosha Public Museum (5500 First Ave.) and Civil War Museum (5400 First Ave.). Sponsored by Kenosha Garden Railroad Society. Free.
The lighthouse and maritime museum, inside the keeper's house, documents Kenosha's lighthouse keepers, shipping and fishing history. Also climb the 1866 Southport Lighthouse. The tower stands 55 feet above the lighthouse grounds. See Kenosha, Lake Michigan and into Illinois and Racine County.
Forget everything you thought you knew from your Sunday morning pals because now they are all grown up and navigating all the "good grief" of their angsty high school years!
Remembrance Field is a visual representation of the loss of life the Upper Midwestern states suffered during the Civil War.