This will be held at Simmons Auditorium at Kemper Center.
1 – 4 p.m.
Kemper Center will host “Living History Extended Tours”, free to guests of all ages. Volunteers in period costumes will greet you as you travel through the 1860s when students roamed the halls and more. Self-guided tours at Kemper Center will include the Red Brick Cloister, The Chapel, Kemper Hall School, Dining Hall, Study Hall, Library, Chemistry Lab, The Tower Stairway and ending in the Gilbert Simmons Gymnasium. There will be story tellers throughout the tour able to answer questions.
6 – 9 p.m.
Opening artist reception for gallery members Paul Weber (MFA oil painting), Katrina Sustacheck (photography) and Mary Mollerskov (mixed media). Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments at this opening reception.
6 – 9 p.m.
Opening artist reception for gallery members, Kim Rahal (acryic painting), Laura Marie Jameson (wood vessels) and Richard Braunshausen (acrylic painting). Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments at this opening reception.
6 p.m. Reception
Italian Wine meets World Cuisine. Matching Italian wine with ethnic food from around the world! $63 per person (before gratuity and tax).
9 a.m. registration, Walk is 9:30 a.m. - noon
The Shalom Center invites you to help fight hunger with a 1 or 3 mile walk! This is a family friendly and dog friendly event. Walkers enjoy a beautiful spring day on the Kenosha Lakefront while helping the community.
6 p.m. Reception. 6:30 p.m. Dinner.
The HobNob welcomes Ron Faiola for a special book release dinner featuring classic Supper Club cuisine. $55.00 per person plus tax and gratuity. Price includes one signed copy of the book per couple. Reservations required.
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Learn recipes for quick, easy and tasty Asian cucumber salad, beef noodle soup and shrimp fried rice. Cost is $25 or $20 for Friends of the Museums and includes demonstration, recipes and sampling. Advance registration required.
George Buss' first-person portrayal of Abraham Lincoln shows how Lincoln met the political and constitutional challenges of secession, slavery and wartime civil liberties during his presidency. A question and answer session with the “16th president” follows the presentation. Free and open to the public.
Join Dr. John Boihahn as he talks about recent investigations carried out by archaeologists of the Wisconsin Historical Society. A reception sponsored by the Kenosha County Archaeological Society will follow the presentation. Free and open to the public.