The University of Wisconsin-Parkside’s Jazz Studies Program has lined up a series of jazz concerts this fall at the campus, 900 Wood Road.

There are only a couple more chances to catch Peanut Butter & Jam concerts at Veterans Memorial Park before the free concert series wraps up. Today’s concerts, at 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., will feature Chicago hit makers 7th Heaven.

When I read our story earlier this week about a group of people alerting the police that they were being harassed by a “crazy drunk lady who is trying to take our beers” at a Peanut Butter and Jam concert, I chuckled and rolled my eyes.

As Summerfest 2019 starts its final weekend, there’s still plenty of time to catch a regional favorite (The Love Monkeys Saturday night) and a Pleasant Prairie-based band (Christian hard rockers Skillet, also Saturday night).

The award-winning WGTD Radio Theater, now in its 15th season, will broadcast an original episode called “The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Murder of Professor Jeremy Clarkson,” Saturday morning (June 22) in the Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave.

Kenosha’s Moose Lodge, 3003 30th Ave., is hosting the three-day event Moose Fest, starting Friday (June 21), featuring food, live music, dancing, raffles, children’s activities, bingo and a quarter auction. There will also be a bake sale and root beer floats.

This may only qualify as Big Summerfest News to me (and fellow Carthage College graduates), but here goes: Our local college has been added to the list of schools for the “Show Your College Pride” Day promotion on June 28. Gateway Technical College and Herzing University also made the list.

While drive-in movie fans continue to mourn the loss of the Keno Drive-In outdoor theater, there are still opportunities to watch movies outside this summer. And here’s a bonus: Admission is free!