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We can’t talk to any Civil War soldiers about their experiences during that war (without the help of a medium), but, thanks to a new exhibit at Kenosha’s Civil War Museum, we can get firsthand accounts from some of them.

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Farm Aid 2019 comes to Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy Saturday (Sept. 21), featuring what organizers call “an all-star music lineup of artists, all donating their performances for 30,000 fans to celebrate and stand up for family farmers and good food.”

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Carthage College theater graduates from the 2010 cast of “Room Service” — a comedy by Allen Boretz and John Murray — will return to Carthage Saturday night for a staged reading of the play.

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Grab your lederhosen and get your stein-hoisting arm ready: The Petrifying Springs Biergarten is hosting its third annual Oktoberfest Friday through Sunday (Sept. 20-22).

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The 2019 Kenosha Classic Cruise-In car show — also known as “The Downtown Car Show” — will once again take over the streets of downtown to kick off Labor Day Weekend in Kenosha.

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Here it is, the final “official” summer weekend. Have you eaten your quota of funnel cakes? Did you catch a baseball game? Attend a lakefront festival? Enjoy a bike ride?

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Laborfest, the annual celebration of the importance of organized labor, is 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday (Sept. 2) at the picnic grounds east of St. Therese Church, 2020 91st St.

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Blue House Books — Kenosha’s independent bookseller — is hosting a Local Author Weekend on Friday and Saturday (Aug. 23-24) at Kenosha Creative Space, 624 57th St.

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The Bristol Renaissance Faire — where many tankards of beer are consumed and visitors have been known to gnaw on giant turkey legs — has blossomed into one of the premier Renaissance-themed festivals in the country.

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There are several activities that are perfect for families looking for late-summer fun, including the Kenosha County Fair (see pages 4-5), the Downtown Kenosha Pop-Up Beer Garden (see page 6) and children’s theater (see page 7).

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The Downtown Kenosha Pop-Up Beer Garden — kicking off its two-weekend run today — is ready to go, according to organizer Alexandria Binanti Robinson.

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Bobbing for apples and shucking corn are among the challenges people taking part in the new Ag Olympics at the Kenosha County Fair this year will face.