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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!
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Every First Friday of the month, enjoy Family Night at Alpaca Art. Half off studio fees for parents and kids painting on this night. Reservations appreciated.
Come delight in a Victorian Christmas of Olde by touring the former home of Senator Charles Durkee decorated in the 1860’s style for the holiday season by dedicated and talented volunteers. The theme this year: Victorian Harvest.
The monthly folk music gatherings are open to the public with all abilities welcome. Music sheets are provided. Participants may bring an acoustic instrument or just come to sing. Beginners are very welcome. There is no fee, but donations to the Anderson Arts Center are encouraged.
Celebrate the 77th season of armchair travel entertainment! Admission is free. Seating is unreserved.
This Holiday Give the Gift of Art! The Kenosha Art Association is hosting a Holiday Gallery Friday and Saturdays during December. There will be art, gifts, crafts, and activities. Santa Claus will be visiting Saturdays 5-7 p.m.
Carthage College invites the community tocelebrate the joy of the holiday season at the annual Carthage Christmas Festival.
Shop at many craft and vendor booths, among beautifully decorated Trees, for beautiful and unique gifts. Satisfy your sweet tooth with tempting treats available for sale. Vote for your favorite decorated tree. Children are welcome to visit with Santa and work on a special holiday craft or get their faces painted by one of Santa's helpers.
This is the grand opening of the new exhibit in the Rambler Gallery: “My Pride and Joy”. The Rambler Gallery also features the new permanent exhibit: Kenosha’s “Lost Industries” from the 1850s through 1970s.