Four-year liberal arts university granting bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Part of the University of Wisconsin System. Modern 700-acre campus features world-class theatre, music and art presented in the Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities and the Frances Bedford Concert Hall. Located at Hwy. E & 30th Ave.
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is one of 13 four-year campuses in the University of Wisconsin System. Founded in 1968 to better serve the needs of a growing population in southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois, UW-Parkside offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs and serves as an academic and cultural resource.
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
900 Wood Road, (Hwy. E & 30th Avenue), Kenosha
Meeting Rooms: 4
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside is located on 750 acres of rolling woodlands and natural prairies and bounded by another 250 acres of county park, including an 18-hole watered fairway public golf course. On the campus there is an 18-hole professional disk golf course. The perfect location for your banquet, reception, meeting, camp, conference or workshop. UWP offers approximately 65 individual classrooms, lecture halls, meeting rooms and auditoriums. Two commercial style theaters comfortably seat 400 and 685. Also, over 1,200 running feet of brick paved concourse are suitable for exhibit booths or displays. Our buildings are interconnected, protecting visitors from outdoor elements year-round. Food service is available for full line catering from simple box lunches to white linen served banquets. Also, an expansive Sports & Activity Center is an ideal site to host expositions, conventions, trade shows and job fairs.
Total Meeting Space: 13,400 sq. ft.
Loading Dock Available
Number of Parking Spaces: 1,600
Room - Sq. Footage
Main Dining Room - 5,625
Union Square - 5,625
Rooms 104 + 106 - 1,440
Rooms 104, 106, 207 - 720
The UW-Parkside has the facilities and staff to make any event a success. The Sports & Activity Center includes the Frank J. Petretti Fieldhouse and De Simone Gymnasium. The Wayne D. Dannehl Cross Country Course is known as one of the best in the United States.
Major Events Hosted
Sport No. of Surfaces
De Simone Gymnasium
Frank J. Petretti Field House
Wayne D. Dannehl Cross Country Course
Wood Road Soccer Complex
In addition, state-for-the-art wellness center and brand-new strength and conditioning center. Also, the Case Softball Complex features two diamonds and the “Red” Oberbruner baseball diamond has stadium-style seating.
After a three-year break, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside welcomes the Parkside National Small Print Exhibition back to campus for its 23rd showing. More than 100 prints from locally and nationally known artists are shown April 1 through July 19 in the Fine Arts Gallery of the Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities. Admission is free and copies of many of the prints can be purchased.
Curated by Jason Hedman, UW-Parkside History Department student. Large-format photographs printed from glass slides held in UW-Parkside Archives Collections. May 6: Informal Curators Talk and Reception at 4:30 p.m.
Titan Productions is excited to offer the return of the Titan Open. As the premier show in the Midwest for over ten years, we will be expanding the event into a Sports Festival, offering a wide range of athletic competitions. The flagship event is the 2013 Titan Open Championships, with Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure and Bikini contests as our initial offering.
What could be better? Sunshine, warm temperatures, and unique arts and crafts by the booth-full. Spend the day surrounded by great arts, crafts, and music! Free admission. Use keyword: music on the listed website to find the event.
Join the Walk to End Alzheimer’s®, the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with the 2-3 mile Walk kicking off at 10 a.m. Register and fundraise online at www.alz.org/sewi/. There are many tools available on this site to raise funds, form a team, or support a walker.
This is a holiday tradition! Find basketry, pottery, jewelry, wood toys & furniture, wearable art, painting, photography, candles, soaps, and more! There’s live music, a raffle, and silent auction. Proceeds benefit student scholarships. Free admission. Located from the Main Concourse/Wyllie Hall to the Student Center.