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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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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.
About twice a month every summer, family friendly movies are shown at dusk on a large inflatable screen at the Lance Park Amphitheater, along the shore of Lake Mary in the Village of Twin Lakes.
Golfers age 13-18 will play 18 holes each day and ages 7-12 will play nine holes per day.
A bustling European-style mixed market near Lake Michigan. Organic produce, meats, cheeses, arts, prepared foods, live entertainment, chef demos and more!
The Colonial through Western Fur Trade era of the 1650s through 1850s will come alive at Simmons Island. Highlights of the event including jugglers, storytelling, musical entertainment and pirate battles -- along with more than 300 reenactors adding to the atmosphere. This family-friendly event is free.
A great team building activity! Calling All Teams - Illinois, Wisconsin and Beyond! Dragon Boat Racing dates back to a more than 2,300 year old tradition from Ancient China. 45’ sleek boats donned with dragon heads, tails and scales seat 20 paddlers.
Taking its framework from the summer day in 1574 when Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth visited the English hamlet of Bristol, the Bristol Renaissance Faire is located just west of I-94’s Russell Road exit, near Kenosha. Enjoy 16th Century merriment, music, food and games.
The book Raccoons and Ripe Corn by Jim Arnosky will be read: as the moon rises a mother raccoon and her two young begin an all-night feast in a cornfield. Free.