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Aging & Disability Resource Center Events

  1. Family Caregiver Discussion Group in the Time of COVID-19

    May 28, 2020, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Join the ADRC Virtual Panel Discussion, "Family Caregiver Discussion Group in the Time of COVID-19" and help create community by connecting with ADRC staff and others. Next group meets on Thur., May 28, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Busy? Not a problem! Ask about the other upcoming dates. Once registered, you will receive connection instructions. Please call the Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center at 262-605-6646.

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  1. Kenosha History Center Exhibit on Women's Suffrage

    February 21, 2020, 10:00 AM - December 1, 2020, 10:00 AM @ Kenosha History Center

    Carthage College intern Mia Morton has researched and designed this exhibit celebrating Women's Suffrage in Kenosha County. This exhibit looks at the figures and events in the efforts of local women to win the recognition of their civil rights, and the opposition to suffrage. Suffrage divided Kenosha's women between reformers and staunch traditionalists who asked "Why force a woman to vote?" This exhibit will run through the fall of 2020.

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  2. Kenosha History Center Woman's History Exhibit: "Public Freedom/Private Space"

    February 21, 2020, 10:00 AM - December 31, 2020, 4:00 PM @ Kenosha History Center

    The Kenosha History Center's ongoing Women's History exhibit, "Public Freedom/Private Space," looks at women in the early 20th century. As their place in public society was slowly won, the separate spheres of Victorian society transformed into shared public and private spaces. This exhibit makes use of the Dovie Horvitz Women's Collection, a curated collection of items representing the public and private lives of ordinary women from 1850 to 1950, and will be on display through 2020. The collection was generously donated to the History Center by Mrs. Horvitz, and an online database for the collection is available from the UW Library system at: https://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/doviehorvitz/.

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  3. Call for Participants: Share Your Story

    March 7, 2020, 9:00 AM - May 31, 2020, 9:00 PM @ Southwest Library

    We all have stories that help shape who we are as individuals and as a community. Kenosha Public Library wants yours. Participants will be invited to share their stories and experiences based on three prompts. These will be recorded in The Hub Digital Media Lab. Everyone is invited - what stories do you have to tell? Call 262-546-6151 to get started or request more information. Story Prompts Include: - Who are the women who have inspired you? - Tell us about the first time you voted! - How has Kenosha changed during your lifetime?

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  4. 2020 OLDER AMERICANS CELEBRATION & AWARD LUNCHEON: Now & Then, Celebrating the History of Women’s Suffrage & the Future of Voting

    May 28, 2020, 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM @ Gateway Conference Center

    Please join us for the Older Americans Month Celebration: Now & Then, Celebrating the History of Women’s Suffrage & the Future of Voting. Southport Sound, an eleven-member show band, specializing in big band jazz, Latin and rock, will entertain guests. Guest Speaker, Judge Mary Wagner will join us and an honored guest will receive the annual Remarkable Older American Award. Nominations are being accepted until March 31. A sit-down luncheon prepared by Chef David will be served. The Menu includes Chicken Marsala, Garlic Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes, Freshly Grilled Seasonal Vegetables, Tuscan Salad, Artesian Dinner Rolls, and for desert, Raspberry Panna Cotta and beverage. Tickets are $19 and on sale now, available at the Kenosha ADRC, 8600 Sheridan Road, Entrance D. Call 262-605-6646 to reserve your tickets now. ADVANCED TICKET SALES ONLY. Sponsorships for the event are welcome and appreciated!

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  5. How to Write Your Elected Officials

    May 28, 2020, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ Southwest Library

    One of the best ways to be engaged with government is to write your elected officials and let them know how they can best represent you, as a citizen. Join us to learn about how to identify your elected officials and the best ways to make your voice heard after voting.

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