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Events subject to change. Please call published telephone numbers for details.

> For Kenosha area event information, call the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau at 262-654-7307 or go to www.KenoshaCVB.com

> For Racine area event information, call Real Racine at 262-884-6400 or go to www.realracine.com.

> For Lake Geneva event information, call Geneva Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce at 262-248-4416 or go to www.lakegenevawi.com

Ongoing

Through Jan. 5 —

Exquisite Miniatures at Kenosha Public Museum, 262-653-4140

Through Jan. 5 —

Holiday Train Display at Kenosha Public Museum, 262-653-4140

Through Jan. 5

— Annual Winter Juried Show at Anderson Arts Center, 262-653-0481

Through Jan. 7

— From Hugo to Houdini: The Art of Brian Selznick at Kenosha Public Museum, 262-653-4140

Through Jan. 25 —

Carthage Art exhibit: Curiosities and Things of Wonder, 262-551-5859

Through Jan. 27 —

Lemon Street Gallery Exhibition at Kenosha Public Museum, 262-653-4140

Through March 31 —

Kenosha History Center exhibit: History of the Kenosha Police Department, 262-654-5770

Through March 25 —

Civil War Museum exhibit: The Campaigns of ’63 — Gettysburg and Vicksburg, 262-653-4141

Jan. 26 through March 23 —

Anderson Arts Center show: Studio Art Quilt Association, 262-653-0481

Saturdays through spring —

Kenosha HarborMarket from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th St.

January

1 —

Polar Plunge at Geneva Lake, 262-248-6202

1-4—

“The Rocky Horror Show” at Racine Theatre Guild, 262-633-4218

11 —

Second Saturday events in downtown Kenosha, 262-925-3463

12 —

Jean’s Jazz Series at Racine Theatre Guild, 262-633-4218

12 —

Legends of Tin Pan Alley featuring Lil’ Rev at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 262-595-2564

17-Feb. 2 —

“Almost, Maine” at the Racine Theatre Guild, 262-633-4218

24-Feb. 8 —

“Avenue Q” staged by the Lakeside Players at the Rhode Center for the Arts, 262-657-7529

25 —

Winterfest at Prairie Springs Park in Pleasant Prairie, 262-947-0437

26 —

Fine Arts at First concert series featuring the Philomusica String Quartet at First United Methodist Church, 262-658-3213

29-Feb. 8 —

Winterfest and U.S. Nationals Snow Sculpting Competition, 262-248-4416

31 —

Treasures of Taiwan Travelogue at Reuther Auditorium, 262-653-4140

31-March 2 —

“Snowdance: 10 Minute Comedy Festival” at Racine’s Sixth Street Theater, 262-632-6802

February

1 —

“Whad’ya Know” with Michael Feldman at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 262-595-2564

1-2 —

Band-O-Rama at Kenosha Indian Trail High School & Academy, 262-359-2200

14-March 1 —

“Vagina Monologues” at the Rhode Center for the Arts, 262-657-7529

14 —

Kenosha Travelogue: Rediscovering Ancient America, 262-653-4140

15 —

Return to Romance hike, bonfire and music at Richard Bong State Recreation Area, 262-878-5600

15 —

Kenosha Choral Festival at Bradford High School, 262-359-2200

15 —

BrassWorks Quintet at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 262-595-2564

16 —

Jean’s Jazz Series at Racine Theatre Guild, 262-633-4218

21 —

Fifth House Ensemble at Carthage College, 262-551-5859

23 —

Great Kenosha Pizza Bake-Off at UAW Local 72 in Kenosha, 262-620-1588

28-March 9 —

“Wizard of Oz” at Reuther Auditorium in Kenosha, 888-588-2298

For additional events (or to enter an event in our online calendar), go to www.kenoshanews.com/where2b.