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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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The Colonial through Western Fur Trade era of the 1650s through 1850s will come alive at Simmons Island. Highlights of the event including jugglers, storytelling, musical entertainment and pirate battles -- along with more than 300 reenactors adding to the atmosphere. This family-friendly event is free.
Taking its framework from the summer day in 1574 when Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth visited the English hamlet of Bristol, the Bristol Renaissance Faire is located just west of I-94’s Russell Road exit, near Kenosha. Enjoy 16th Century merriment, music, food and games.
Fusion is pleased to present Ira Wolf. Ira is an independent new-folk singer/songwriter from Montana, based in Nashville, TN. She uses her Americana melodies and honest lyrics to connect on an intimate and vulnerable level with her audience, and is inspired by each new experience her adventurous life has given her thus far.
See two of Shakespeare's classics like you've never seen them before... all in one performance.
The Durkee Mansion, one of Kenosha’s unique historical landmarks, is a cream brick Italianate, Victorian style home located among the Kemper Center properties on the lakefront. The 150 year old Civil War Mansion is totally restored to its original Victorian splendor.
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.
Eyewitness accounts and images from the memoir of Union soldier, cartographer, and Confederate prisoner of war Robert Knox Sneden are showcased in 45 watercolor maps and drawings that provide a unique and mesmerizing perspective on the Civil War.
This exhibit features medals and other relics from Kenosha veterans.