Circa on Seventh
4902 7th Ave. Kenosha, WI
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Site rental varies from $1000-$3800 depending on length of event, day & time of year.
Minimum Food & Beverage rates are additional cost.
This venue is owned by the same family as The Covenant at Murray Mansion so you know you're in good hands when you book your wedding and reception here.
The open concept, high ceilings and fresh, clean decor allows you to transform the space to match your vision for your big day.
Locked private room to keep your belongings safe for the duration of your event, and an exposed brick wall for some fun photo opportunities.
Original chandeliers, a loft overlooking the dance floor, custom wedding cocktails, in house catering and staff that will treat your guests like gold.
They've painted the outside a dark grey, which just adds to the charm if you ask me. The downtown location also makes for great photo opportunities just within walking distance!
Several great brick buildings in the area, or for a short drive you can be at the shores of Lake Michigan, with Kenosha's landmark red lighthouse as an addition to your wedding photos.
The Art Deco architectural building had originally opened up as the Butterfly theatre, and in 1921 was purchased by the Klinkert interests of Racine for somewhere around $12,000. In the 1930's it was renamed the Hollywood Theatre, and showed it's last double feature film in 1952. In January of 1954, it opened up again for one weekend, selling tickets for $0.50, before closing for good.
In the 1960's, it was purchased by the Polish Legion of American Veterans, and the slanted floor was filled in, and a drop ceiling was put in, hiding the 22' high ceilings and theatre balcony - turning the space into a banquet hall venue.
In 2012, when L&M Meats purchased the building, renovations began, revealing the historic charm of this gorgeous space. Including an original chandelier that was very similar to the newer ones they had purchased and installed.