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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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Melanie Hovey, Executive Director and founder of Lemon Street Gallery will be retiring after 15 years of building a creative art scene in Kenosha. Stop in throughout the day to bid her farewell. Refreshments, including cake will be served between 4 and 6 p.m. No RSVP required.
Just in time for Halloween comes a well-known tale about a quiet village turned upside down by a mysterious new neighbor. Suspenseful and spooky, this family-friendly play gallops ahead to a ghostly good time. A sweet Halloween treat!
Take a culinary journey through Rae Katherine Eighmy's book, Abraham Lincoln in the Kitchen. Learn and sample recipes Lincoln would have cooked, eaten and possibly served.
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.
John Oates, along with Daryl Hall were recently inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame and Billboard Magazine calls them the most successful duo of the Rock era. It's quite a story, one that John Oates and his band will share with you for what promises to be a very interesting evening.
Every First Friday of the month, enjoy Family Night at Alpaca Art. Half off studio fees for parents and kids painting on this night. Feel free to bring snacks or beverages. Reservations required.
This marks the 78th year the museum has offered the film series, formerly known as the Travelogues. The 90-minute presentations are shown on a big screen with one intermission.
The Griffin Observatory at Kemper Center will host observing nights on select Fridays this Fall. Free and open to the public. Note: steep staircases are involved.