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The Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Ave., is again hosting an exhibit featuring works by members of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America. This is the group’s 43rd annual national juried exhibition and showcases 80 paintings from the top transparent watercolor artists in the countr…

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The Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave., is hosting ”Trains, Tracks, Whistles, & Wheels” today. Visitors are welcome to see a detailed and interactive model railroad display. The event is open noon to 2:30 p.m. Admission is free. Presented by the Lionel Train Club of Southeastern Wisconsin.

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The Voices of Parkside members are perfecting their Mandarin as they prepare to sing “The Moon Represents My Heart,” one of the best-known Chinese pop songs of all time, for two concerts next week.

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Kenosha’s Craft Beer Week wraps up today with Public Craft Brewery’s “Giant Beer Week Block Party.” Organizers are promising an even bigger party than the 2018 event, with more food and more beer from all the Kenosha breweries, plus live music and games. The outdoor event starts at 11 a.m. i…

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It’s another Friday Fun Day at the Northside Library, 1500 27th Ave., with crafts, Legos and more! 1 to 3 p.m. Admission is free. Children in kindergarten through fifth grade are welcome.

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John Hambrock is flying out today to attend the National Cartoonist Society’s convention in Huntington Beach, Calif., where he is one of the finalists for the prestigious Reuben Award for best newspaper comic strip.

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Junie B. Jones — the star of a best-selling children’s book series by author Barbara Park — has proven to be a popular local theater character, too.

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Kenosha’s Craft Beer Week continues all week with special events at our local breweries. Today’s events include the Kenosha Breweries Cask Fest, starting at 5 p.m. at Rustic Road, 5706 Sixth Ave. For more details, go to www.kenoshacraftbeerweek.com.

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The Racine Concert Band and the J.I. Case High School Symphonic Band will perform a joint concert Tuesday night (May 21) in the high school’s theater, 7345 Washington Ave. in Racine.

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The Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Ave., is hosting a “Museum Munchkins” program from 9:30 to 10 this morning. Today’s program focuses on raccoons.This is a free program. For more information, call 262-653-4140.

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It’s Chicken Dance Day ... so get to it! You remember the steps from your cousin’s wedding.

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It’s World Cocktail Day, which seems like the perfect way to start the work week... but wait until AFTER you’ve punched out, OK?

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First off, call your mother! It’s Mother’s Day, and you’ll be in big trouble if she doesn’t see you today or at least hear your voice.

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Kenosha Tourism Week wraps up today with free rides on the electric streetcar, operating from 10:35 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. You can ride the streetcar to the Kenosha HarborMarket, which starts its outdoor season (open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.) along Second Avenue and 56th Street.

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Who loves FREE stuff? We love free stuff! To celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week, local attractions have been offering free admission or other freebies each day this week. The celebration wraps up today and Saturday with these offers: The Civil War Museum offers free admission today…

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The award-winning WGTD Radio Theater will broadcast two well-known detective series — “The Thin Man,” with Nick and Nora Charles, and “Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar” — on Saturday (May 11) in the Southwest Library.

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Paul Little, who operates the Steampunk General Store, is hosting a Steampunk Minicon from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday (May 11).

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To celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week, local attractions are offering free admission or other freebies each day. Today’s offer: Everyone age 8 or older can climb the historic Southport Lighthouse for free. (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

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To celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week, local attractions are offering freebies. Today’s special offer is at the Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets. Visitors will receive free VIP Savings Passport books at the Guest Services desk inside the Eatery Dining Pavilion. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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The Carthage College Percussion Ensemble, directed by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Michael Kozakis, is performing tonight in the college’s Siebert Chapel, 2001 Alford Park Drive. Kozakis will lead the ensemble through a variety of pieces. 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

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Who loves free stuff? We love free stuff! To celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week, local attractions are offering free admission or other freebies all week. The special offers start today, with all of the Kenosha County dog parks having free single-day admission. The dogs parks are i…

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Break out the margaritas — it’s Cinco de Mayo! Today marks the commemoration of the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Somehow, a military celebration has turned into a giant fiesta. But we have no complaints; any excuse for a party…

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Happy Free Comic Book Day! To celebrate, Rockhead’s Comics and Game Store, 2328 Roosevelt Road, is handing out free comic books while supplies last. Also, visitors can have their photos taken with superheroes in the store, from noon to 4 p.m. 262-657-5655.

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Local theater fans can still catch a rarely performed Kander and Ebb musical tonight, along with a fast-moving British farce and a love story by William Shakespeare:

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I have a friend, Jerry Horton, who is a HUGE live music lover. Every year, he throws a concert party for his birthday. This year’s celebration is Saturday night at Fusion. The band this year is the Who’s Your Daddy Trio.

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By performing “The Magnificent Ambersons” as a radio drama, RG Productions is bringing the story back to its roots.