Duck-themed pedal boat with Kenosha Community Sailing Center

Kenosha's Hidden Gems: Discovering POC-Owned Businesses

People of Color-owned businesses in Kenosha are making an incredible mark on our community. Visit Kenosha is honoring our POC-owned tourism partners by celebrating their contributions to our city! Some of Kenosha's most inspiring spaces, from coffee shops to art studios and event spaces, are…

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Hang Out With The Friend Group in Kenosha, Wisconsin

Eight Ideas Of What To Do! If you're anything like me, you might have your go-to spots for fun with your friends but also want to mix it up every now and then! So what do you do? The struggle sets in with trying to decide what to do and trying to figure out what's going on and where. This short…

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Foodie Famous

Mars Cheese Castle. Brat Stop. Franks’ Diner. You’ll often hear about these three Kenosha landmarks on television. Many sportscasts will mention Brat Stop and Mars Cheese Castle, given both places are located off Interstate 94/41. You’ll hear about broadcasters and players visiting the famous stops…

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New Spring/Summer FUN 101 List

Drum roll please … Visit Kenosha’s NEW Spring/Summer 2024 FUN 101 list has been posted online! This is a list of 101 Things to See & Do for $10 & Under (Many are FREE!). FUN 101 is part events calendar and part seasonal activity guide with some recreation spots, attractions, and landmarks included…

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Egg-citing Easter Dining and Events

Looking for Easter events or Easter brunch options in the Kenosha Area? We have some ideas to get you started. Plan to bring the kiddos to meet the Easter Bunny. Take the stress out of Easter and make your reservation for a tasty meal at a local restaurant. Spend Easter together in Kenosha. Please…

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St. Patrick’s Day – Kenosha Style

You can be sure that restaurants, pubs, and taverns throughout Kenosha County will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 – if not the entire weekend! We recommend you check with your favorite restaurant or bar to see what they are doing. Sampling of Events The 2024 events are over. And…

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Italian Cuisine and Meatballs Galore

Kenosha has deep roots in Italian culture. Immigrants from Italy came to the area now known as Kenosha in the late 1800s and started organizing cultural clubs over 100 years ago. Cosenza, Italy is a sister city of Kenosha’s, as many immigrants from that region found their way to Kenosha. Today…

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