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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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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.
‘Curiosities and Things of Wonder’: Beth Lipman, Lori Nix, Steven Jones, Stephanie Trenchard, Michael Velliquette, and Betsy Youngquist.
The Kenosha History Center is proud to present two new display cases exhibiting the early years of the Kenosha Police Department from 1885 through 1970s. One of the exhibits features the March 31, 1919 robbery of the American Brass Company that led to the killing of the Kenosha Police Officer, Antonio Pingitore.
Art Department graduating seniors exhibit their work.
In the spirit of the season, you're invited to join the Sharing Center’s Holiday Fundraiser and 30th Anniversary Celebration! The Sharing Center’s mission is to provide a helping-hand to those living in Western Kenosha County by providing food, household items, and education in an environment of respect and dignity. In order to continue our mission we need your continued support.
The Kenosha History Center is proud to present a new display on Fraternal Organizations. Many of our ancestors joined fraternal orders, organizations or associations of people bound together for philosophical, religious, literary, social, athletic or philanthropic purposes.
Annual event of beautifully presented, artist-made treasures perfect for gift-giving. Featuring original art that is most appropriate for gift-giving, like jewelry, ceramics, apparel and treats. Free art activities available for children throughout the month while you shop.