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  • Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets
  • Alpaca Art Pottery Painting
  • Red Rose’s Bead Haven
  • NovelTea Bookstore

Girls Just Want To Have Fun - Girls-Only Weekend

Ladies, pack your bags, gather your friends, and head to the Kenosha Area for an all-girls, all-fun, stress-free overnight getaway. You may want to bring along empty suitcases for all the shopping you’re bound to do!


Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets - Save 25 to 65% every day at 90 leading designer and name brand stores; get a coupon for your free VIP Coupon Book here!

Equinox - The Body and Soul Boutique - Enjoy a warm stone massage, Swedish massage, an organic facial, and more.

Andrea’s - Shop accessories and jewelry from Trollbeads, Swarovski Crystal and Vera Bradley, and much more!! Gift wrap is complimentary.

Lemon Street Gallery - Browse through the art gallery, and get your hands in some clay at The Clay Studio (an open studio for those age 16 and older who possess basic clay-working skills).

NovelTea Bookstore - Browse for pre-owned books, while also enjoying organic teas and herbals served by the cup and sold loose leaf in bulk.

Red Rose’s Bead Haven  - Schedule a beading party or come in and take a seat at the always-open beading table. This is a popular activity for bridal parties!

Durkee Mansion - Open seasonally for free self-tours, take a walk back in time at this 1860's mansion on the Lake Michigan shore.

Robin’s Nest Cakery - Book a party: have the shop to yourself after-hours as you decorate cookies or cupcakes! 

Alpaca Art Pottery Painting - This is a great group activity; you can walk in during open hours, book a party, or plan your visit around a Ladies Night Out event!



Friends of the Museums Art Fair - This is a large show held in July each year at the Civil War Museum and Kenosha Public Museum.

Peanut Butter & Jam Concert Series - This is just one of many popular free outdoor concert series (held in July and August).

Athleta Iron Girl Triathlon - Women of all ages are welcome to participate in this triathlon which is designed for both experienced and first-time triathletes.


Dining With The Girls:

Sol D’Licious Café - Have lunch at this Vegetarian, Vegan & Raw café, along with a Swedish/relaxation massage, aromatherapy, ear candling, and more!

Linnea Bakery - Shop for Nordic gifts and grocery items after enjoying lunch and sweets at this Scandinavian bakery and Nordic café.

Twisted Cuisine - See what Chef Erica Buskirk is cooking up as you enjoy "casual dining with a twist”. The menu changes several times a year. 

Wine Knot Bar & Bistro - Kenosha's first and only wine bar features more than 40 wines by the glass, and a full dinner menu with small plates and big plates.