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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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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.
The first Friday of each month, the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau hosts a free, fun, informative, and tasty Open House at its I-94 Visitor Information Center.
Carthage hosts Family Fun Nights for the community on most Friday evenings during the school year. Families can enjoy fun and educational activities in Hedberg Library, browse the collection in the Center for Children’s Literature, use the library computers, or swim and play basketball in the N. E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center.
This exhibit showcases objects and informational materials on loan from the personal collections of car enthusiasts.
The Kenosha Expo Health & Home Show is a family-friendly, fun and informative opportunity to meet many area businesses and organizations and also receive free health screenings, health products and demonstrations in the Kenosha Community Health Fair within the Expo.
Did you ever think to yourself that you would like to paint a whole dish set? Perhaps for yourself or as a wedding gift? Well what if you painted the whole dinner set, consisting of 16 pieces, in 11 hours? If this sounds fun to you, now is the time to sign up for Alpaca Art's first Dish Day Challenge, painting marathon!
You'll find about two dozen vendors inside the historic Rhode Center for the Arts, including cheeses, artisan bakery goods, art, crafts, prepared foods, and more.
Join Pringle as a story is read about a Native American legend of how humans might have discovered the sweet juice that North Americans have processed into maple syrup for hundreds of years (Maple Moon by Connie Brummel Crook). This is a free event.