Short commutes, affordable housing, a growing economy, beautiful lakefront, and a vibrant arts scene help young professionals in Kenosha County find balance. Balance in their work, home life, free time, and personal finances.
Young professionals are discovering they don’t have to leave Kenosha to find a dynamic and thriving community. As one of the fastest-growing counties in the state, Kenosha’s strong economy and job market, variety of lifestyles, excellent higher education resources (including two 4-year universities and a 2-year technical college), and incredible recreational and cultural opportunities are attracting people from well beyond our borders. The areas many parks, inland lakes, trails and walkable public Michigan lakefront offer excellent recreational opportunities for all ages and interests. And, with mainstays like our vibrant restaurants, museums, historic streetcar, arts venues, and youth and family centers make Kenosha an engaging place to be.
Saturday, April 18th
Join us for a family-friendly event focusing on sustainability! On the Saturday closest to Earth Day in April, Gateway celebrates our environment with displays, workshops and hands-on activities for people of all ages. The event […]Find out more »
Sunday, April 19th
Grab your best friends or your favorite coworkers and join us on the search for the best bloody mary in Kenosha! A portion of each ticket goes to support the KAC (www.thekac.com). Board the bus […]Find out more »
Tuesday, April 21st
Joins us at Kenosha Brewing Company Tuesday, April 21 for our monthly Craft Brews & Conversations event. Nick Gochis, owner of Kenosha Brewing Company, will provide a brief overview of what's new and exciting at […]Find out more »
Wednesday, April 22nd
What does it really mean to be a confident woman? It may not be what you think. What fears are sabotaging your confidence and even success? What can you do to gain control of the […]Find out more »