Today’s Events for Sunday October 17 | Local News








Tish Ramig, left, and Danielle Lieber of the Lake Badgers 881 Tea Scout Troop serve tea and candy to visitors at the July 18 Kenosha ArtMarket in Union Park. The market is back from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday (October 17).


Elizabeth Snyder, Kenosha News


Before the snow blows away, there is one more open-air art fair: The Kenosha Art Market ends its 2021 season of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Union Park, 4500 Seventh Ave. You’ll find all kinds of arts and crafts, as well as live music and free treats from the Lake Badgers 881 Tea Boy Scout Troop. Free entry.

“The Penelope”, Margaret Atwood’s new version of a Greek myth, continues with a performance at 2 p.m. today at UW-Parkside’s Black Box Theater, 900 Wood Road (on the west side of campus). Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance at uwp.edu / therita.

Back-to-school concert of the College of Carthage – featuring the choir, wind orchestra and former guest artists of the college – is 3 p.m. today (October 17) in the Siebert Chapel. Entrance is free, but tickets must be reserved in advance at www.carthage.edu/billets.

Are you ready for some football? It’s rivalry sunday when Green Bay Packers visit Chicago Bears. Teams have been competing since 1921, and fans look forward to this showdown every season. There have been 202 games played in the rivalry – the most in NFL history. Green Bay leads the series with 101 wins against 95 wins for Chicago. Six times, the teams are tied. Get your nacho platter ready early: The game airs at noon on Fox.


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