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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!
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Main, East & Upper Galleries: “Salvage and Selvage” and “The Eye and the Needle” by members of the Studio Art Quilt Association. In addition, an exhibition entitled, “Paradigm Shifts: Impressions of Change” by Women’s Journeys in Fiber will be on display throughout the gallery until March 11th.
NOTE: After mechanical issues, the Kenosha History Center re-opens March 11, 2014. Don’t miss this car exhibit in the Rambler Legacy Gallery featuring three different exhibits of cars during the year. The gallery also features a new permanent exhibit: Kenosha’s "Lost Industries" from 1850s thru 1970s.
Presented by Jeff Kannel. Company F of the 29th U.S. Colored Troops may be the least known of Wisconsin's Civil War soldiers. With little training, they served near Petersburg, Virginia, participating in the siege and Battle of the Crater.
The monthly folk music gatherings are open to the public with all abilities welcome. Music sheets are provided. Participants may bring an acoustic instrument or just come to sing. Beginners are very welcome. There is no fee, but donations to the Anderson Arts Center are encouraged.
Celebrate the 77th season of armchair travel entertainment! Admission is free. Seating is unreserved.
New York City’s “East of the River” music ensemble was founded by internationally renowned recorder players Nina Stern and Daphna Mor. The project explores haunting and virtuosic melodies from the traditional repertoires of the Balkans, Armenia and the Middle East, as well as gems of the Medieval European classical repertory.
Quilt display and demonstrations, with a keynote speaker. All of the activities are free.
Exploring the Civilian Experience During the Civil War Era. Four lectures will explore the lives of civilians who worked away from the front-lines in order to make a difference during the Civil War.