KENOSHA — An information session about Carthage College’s bachelor degree program for adults begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the A.W. Clausen Center for World Business at Carthage, 2001 Alford Park Drive.
Courses meet one night each week from 6 to 9 p.m. in a seven-week format.
While a couple’s devotion to one another may be unlimited, money for their wedding is not. With the average wedding costing just under $30,000 (according to TheKnot.com), how does a couple decide where to spend and where to save?
We asked local wedding experts — and one newlywed couple — for their advice. Here are their tips for stretching those wedding dollars.
DART — To Gov. Scott Walker for asking the Bureau of Indian Affairs for a six-month extension on the Menominee Nation’s proposal to build a Hard Rock casino in Kenosha. The BIA approved the Menominee’s application in August 2013 and since then the tribe has announced a partnership with Hard Rock International, which is owned by the Seminole tribe and would help build an $800 million facility in Kenosha. The governor ran for office promising jobs and this project does it.
The Carthage College theater program will perform a world premiere play written by a prominent playwright and screenwriter, starting today.
“No Name” takes place in a Victorian-era society and focuses on a sheltered, well-to-do young English woman and her sister, who are thrown into poverty overnight by a distant relative who lays claim to their inheritance. Desperate to protect her family, the daring young Magdalene bands together with a shifty con-man and hatches an outrageous plot to reclaim her wealth.