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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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Enjoy a full month of discussions, performances, exhibits, programs, lectures and activities focusing on this year’s Big Read book, “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee!
Kenosha Fusion and Aimee Crucianelli proudly present to you KID'S Karaoke the first Sunday of the month! We have even had some very old children sing a few!!! Admission is free.
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 annual Homecoming Concert features the Carthage Wind Orchestra and Carthage Choir under the direction of Dr. Peter Dennee with Dr. James Ripley, Dr. Eduardo Garcia-Novelli, and Dr. Etsushi Kawakami.
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.
This collection of paintings by Racine native Czebotar are reflections of a curious traveler and observer of the natural world. General admission is free.
Original movie posters, lobby cards, inserts and window cards of famous Westerns from 1939-1969, including Gone With the Wind, Horse Soldiers, The Searchers, True Grit and more.
The public is invited to meet characters from Kenosha's past in the form of re-enactors in period clothing who will tell the stories in first-person. This year's theme is "Park City and Her Namesakes, Part 2" and will feature five different individuals from last year who have City parks named for them.