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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!
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For your enterTRAINment – check out the Holiday Train Display. A local man used to showcase his train collection in a popular outdoor display in his front yard each December. Now he shares it with an even wider audience at the Kenosha Public Museum. Watch as locomotives chug their way through a quaint village scene.
This exhibit looks at Gettysburg and Vicksburg from the perspective of the Upper Midwestern troops and the civilians who eagerly waited for news at home. On display in the Antaramian Gallery. General admission is free.
Join the museum staff in celebrating the holiday season! All throughout the month of December, we will be making dinosaur ornaments to decorate the DDM Christmas tree and we invite you to do the same.
Each of the 40 landscapes, wildlife, still-life and portraits measure less than 9 square inches, and are so finely crafted they are often mistaken for tiny photographs. Produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C. General admission is free.
From children's books to feature films, Selznick's imagination, creativity and energy inspire a sense of childlike wonder and playfulness. The exhibit is presented by Happenings Magazine. This exhibit is free.
A variety of art works by members of the Lemon Street Gallery. General admission is free.
This show features paintings and drawings by artists with disabilities created through the Little City Foundation for the Arts. The exhibition includes the premier of “Share My Kingdom,” a documentary film about Harold Jeffries, Wayne Mazurek and Luke Tauber, three Little City Foundation artists.
Ranging in styles from naturalist to abstract, these 19th and 20th century landscape paintings were gifted to the Luxembourg American Cultural Society in Belgium, Wisconsin by Jean F. Lanners and loaned to UW-Parkside galleries.