Strike a pose in Petrifying Springs Park, which hosts Yoga in the Park from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. All ages and fitness levels are welcome. Admission is free. Meet at Parking Lot No. 4. Limited yoga mats will be provided; bring your own if you have one.
It’s been a rewarding summer for Carthage College Professor Eduardo Garcia-Novelli and the Carthage Choir.
It’s safe to say our Kenosha Kingfish are not enjoying an all-star year.
The Children’s Theatre Academy’s production of the school edition of the musical “Grease” continues through Sunday. Performances are 7 tonight and 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the former Armitage Academy, 6032 Eighth Ave. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens and students…
Betsy Ade & the Well-Known Strangers — a band made up of Ade on vocals, Cameron Fair on cello and piano, Brittany Lumley playing multiple instruments and backing vocals, Roger Gower Jr. on drums, John Kulas on the bass and Joe Adamek on lead guitar — played a two-hour set at the latest i…
I’m always looking for role models, and now I have a shiny new one: O. Fred Nelson, the former Kenosha Water Utility general manager.
Kenosha artist Dale Mellor is no stranger to Kenosha’s iconic North Pier Lighthouse.
There are so many great outdoor concerts happening in Kenosha pretty much every weekend — and not all of them are downtown at the lakefront.
When the St. Therese Catholic Church festival opens Friday, “all booths are open,” said Adam Kavalauskas. “Everything goes all three days.”
Over Our Head Players doing improv shows
Summer Shakespeare continues
Hot Sheet July 19-27, 2019 --
Area events include music, ArtMarket
What: Children’s Theatre Academy’s production of the school edition of the musical “Grease”
Activities aimed at families this week range from free programs at Bong to indoor library programs:
Thinking of a short road trip? There are plenty of celebrations along the I-94 corridor from Milwaukee to Chicago:
The Racine Concert Band continues its 97th season of free concerts with a performance Sunday night (July 21) at the Racine Zoo.
What’s that? The sound of thunder? Or ... the sound of Country Thunder?
The musical “Grease” doesn’t open until Friday at the Racine Theatre Guild, but the show has already been extended.
More than 150 of Kenosha’s youngest performers will take the stage next week in a beloved Disney musical.
The Kenosha Pops Concert Band continues its 97th season of free concerts ... BUT don’t go looking for the band in Pennoyer Park! Instead, the band is playing an indoor concert at Carthage College’s Siebert Chapel. “Symphonic Pops VI” starts at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
The Kenosha Pops Concert Band — a Wednesday night fixture on the band shell during the summer months — is taking its show inside tonight for a “Symphonic Pops VI” performance in Carthage College’s Siebert Chapel.
Kenosha artist Dale Mellor is helping the North Pier Lighthouse blossom this month.
Here are some photos of the events featured in this week's GO Kenosha section of the Kenosha News.
For photos of two more garden tour homes, see pages 8 and 9.
For Billie Pulera and the rest of the band Electric Revolution, it’s all about the music.
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The Racine Concert Band continues its 97th season of free concerts with a 7:30 p.m. performance Sunday (July 14) at the Racine Zoo.
I missed writing up the wonderful Lincoln Park Live! concert series debut a bit back but won’t make that mistake this week.
Enjoy these Kenosha area events and more this weekend:
The Four Seasons Garden Club’s “Secret Garden Walk” tour on Saturday (July 13) features gardens at seven private homes, including the home of Heather Carnevale, 1709 79th St. in Kenosha.
The Four Seasons Garden Club’s “Secret Garden Walk” tour on Saturday (July 13) features gardens at seven private homes, including the home of Pat and Jody Cascio, 9827 Third Ave. in Pleasant Prairie.
Strikepoint, one of the world’s top handbell ensembles, is performing a free concert starting at 7 p.m. July 18 at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.
Activities aimed at families this week range from free outdoor movies to indoor library programs:
How’s your summer been? Peaceful, relaxing, a time to enjoy outdoor activities?
Thank goodness Summerfest is done, so we can concentrate on summer’s real Big Gig: Church Festival Season.
The Kenosha Pops Concert Band’s conductors tout their programs as “appealing to all ages.”
The official CD release show for Ivy Ford’s new album, “Harvesting My Roots,” is Friday night (July 12) at Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St.
When it comes to summer church festivals, longevity and tradition matter.
Kenosha’s HarborMarket is open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Second Avenue and 56th Street. Each week, the market features live music, in addition to all the produce and other goods for sale. Admission is free
The Four Seasons Garden Club’s “Secret Garden Walk” tour on Saturday (July 13) features gardens at seven private homes, plus an “Introduction to Chiwaukee Prairie,” presented by the Chiwaukee Prairie Preservation Fund.