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  • Library Park

City of Kenosha Fall Festival

October 10, 2015

(262) 653-4177


10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The City of Kenosha's Fall Festival will start earlier this year and has additional entertainment and activities. An art fair, live music, children's crafts and games are highlights of the event in Library Park.


  • Free small pumpkins – donated by Kenosha Moose Family Center – will be distributed to the first 200 children in attendance. Craft supplies for decorating pumpkins also will be available.
  • Musical entertainment will include a performance by Miss Kenosha 2015 Kiersten Gonzales at 11:45 a.m., followed by pop hits and original music from the band Pierce Vendetta from 12-2 p.m.
  • Children can enjoy free games and prizes, sponsored by the Mayor's Youth Commission. Kids can dress as a Civil War soldier, discover prehistoric mammoths and mastodons and dig for dinosaur fossils with activities organized by the Civil War Museum, Kenosha Public Museum, and the Dinosaur Discovery Museum. The Friends of the Museum will have a booth with refreshments available for purchase.
  • Start your holiday shopping early at the arts and craft fair organized by the The Kenosha Art Association. Glass, jewelry, textile, collage, and woodwork artists will be involved in the art fair.
  • Visit the Kenosha Public Library's Big Read booth and learn about the month of events focusing on the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.

This is the fourth year for the city-sponsored Fall Festival, which ties in with Second Saturday events in downtown Kenosha.

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