Please join us in supporting our locally owned restaurants during Kenosha Restaurant Week: February 18-26, 2023.

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Paint Class at Pinot's Palette

Kenosha Date Ideas for Every Kind of Couple

10 Date Ideas To Try While In Kenosha, Wisconsin In need of fun date ideas? Don’t worry. Whether it’s a first date, or you’ve been married for 30 years, we’ve got you covered. Ideas for the “free dates” couple! 1. Lake Vibes It’s no secret that Kenosha’s views of Lake Michigan are unmatched … and…

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Giving Tuesday

The National Day of Giving takes place the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. Please consider supporting a nonprofit organization in the Kenosha Area. Show some love by making a monetary donation to (or becoming a member or volunteer of) a favorite: museum art gallery music organization other cultural…

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I Spy Fun at Kenosha’s Museums

Kenosha has not one, not two, but FIVE museums that are fun and informative for all ages. Three museums – The Civil War Museum, Dinosaur Discovery Museum, and Kenosha Public Museum – offer their very own I-Spy Activities tailored to each museum experience so you can jump right in and test your…

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Kenosha’s Very Own Wallace Fountain

In September 2022, the 150th Wallace Fountain Anniversary will be celebrated in Paris. How does that apply to Kenosha, you may ask? Kenosha will be mentioned at the celebration! We have our very own Wallace Fountain! You may have seen the fountain – at the Place de Douai in HarborPark. While it’s…

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Winter Dance Party Sculpture In Kenosha

Visit Kenosha June 22, 2022 Update: The sculpture is now up! Visit it today! Keep reading for the story behind it! Long, long time ago …Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper, and Dion and the Belmonts played in Kenosha. That show, the second on the Winter Dance Party Tour, was the beginning of…

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Historical Tours in Kenosha

There is an abundance of history to be appreciated in the Kenosha Area. Anyone interested in yesteryear, nostalgia, or architecture will appreciate Kenosha’s four historic districts. If Kenosha’s five museums were subjects in school, the titles could read “Natural Sciences”, “Fine and Decorative…

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New Playful Museum Spaces

Growing up, museums and historic homes/sites were always on the itinerary of my family’s vacations. I have wonderful memories of exploring country music, baseball, art, science, and much more. Some families, however, may be hesitant to include these places. Will their kids be bored? Is there enough…

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