Anderson Arts Center
121 66th Street deadends at Lake Michigan
Kenosha, Wisconsin

First Friday's at 7:00pm till 10:00pm
All year round
(Except March meets on 2nd Friday)



June 2006 meeting at Anderson Arts Center

Anderson Arts Building is located at 121 66th Street in Kenosha, Wisconsin.  Next to the Kemper Center, whose 17.5 acres borders Lake Michigan.
June2 , 2006 7:00pm to 10:00pm

THANKS TO DAVID HB DRAKE and CAP LEE for stopping on by at the May Hootenanny.


May 2006 List of Instruments that appeared
8 Guitars
1 Mandolins
2 Autoharps
2 Fiddles
1 Ukuleles
1 Mountain Dulcimer
1 Hammered Dulcimer
2 Banjo
1 12 String Guitar
0 Marimba
1 Harmonica
1 Conertina
0 Tub Bass
1 Dobro

Experts Agree. Barbara Cohen, one of Wisconsin's best Marimba players, says about the Kenosha Hootenanny, "It is my favorite music evening. The range of musical genres is endless, from folk to blues, old-timey, blue grass, calypso, and more. It is a very welcoming and helpful group, and beginners and pros have an equally wonderful time."
  • Directions
     Exit I-94 at Kenosha County Highway 50, and go east into Kenosha
  • There is a stop light at the intersection of 75th Street (Hwy 50) and 39th Avenue where Hwy. 50 veers to the left - continue straight on 75th Street.
  • At Third Avenue, turn left, and go north.
  • Continue going north on Third Avenue to 66th Street, and turn toward Lake Michigan into the main entrance.