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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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Celebrate the joy of the holiday season with wonderful flavors from Chefs Jason & Tony. The cost is $70 per person including tax and gratuity. Please call the Restaurant to make your reservation.
By playing in nature, it will help foster a more balanced and healthy lifestyle for your children. Come and leave when you like. Free.
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is proud to present the 41st annual Arts and Crafts Fair. This fair features live music, raffles, and silent auction with proceeds benefiting the Dr. Steve McLaughlin Student Scholarship, concessions, coat and package check, and great shopping!
Join us for our fall 5K race through the trails of Prairie Springs Park. Registration cost includes a goodie bag along with event t-shirt and post-race refreshments. Registration is open to men, women and children of all ages.
CHS Performing Arts is proud to present our Fall Musical, “Anything Goes.” Set aboard an ocean liner with classic songs by Cole Porter, this tap dancing musical will have you humming the tunes, tapping your toes, and laughing in the aisles.
Ann Andrea will show us how Swarovski jewelry and crystal pieces can add sparkle to our lives.
Get your holiday shopping done early, with 15% off purchases in the Kenosha Public Museum (5500 First Ave.), Civil War Museum (5400 First Ave.), and Dinosaur Discovery Museum (5608 Tenth Ave.) gift shops.
Creativity, as it is expressed through touch, is notable in functional craft works such as ceramics and textiles. Often it is the very utilitarian requirement of these media throughout material culture that has allowed experimentation in form and color that some have compared to abstract art in the mid-20th century.