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RACINE – The Racine Public Library (RPL), 75 7th St., celebrates National Library Week all this week (April 4-10) with a library card promotion and free parking.

For seven days, starting Monday, anyone with a valid RPL library card can receive special discounts and deals at these area businesses:

  • Blue Bear
  • Bonifide Nutrition
  • Culver’s (21st Street)
  • Dew Esthetics
  • Dimple’s Imports
  • Dragon Pit BBQ
  • Esperanza Coffee
  • Inmoxicated
  • Long Shot Vinyl
  • Massage by K
  • Nissi’s Cake Room
  • Pepi’s Pub & Grill
  • Racine Art Museum
  • Racine Danish Kringles
  • Racine Family YMCA
  • Racine Heritage Museum
  • Red Onion
  • Salute Italian Restaurant
  • Sugar and Spice Bakery
  • Twin Dragon Games
  • Valid Kixx
  • Yogi’s Pud’n

To get an RPL library card, visit the library check-out desk Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Did you know that the Racine Public Library is more than just a place to find books? Read all about what’s offered in Beyond Books Collection Offered at the Racine Public Library.

About National Library Week

National Library Week, sponsored by the American Library Association, is annual celebration of the nation’s libraries, library workers’ contributions and a promotion of library use and support. The 2022 theme is “Connect with Your Library.” It’s a reminder that libraries are places to get connected to technology by using broadband, computers, and other resources. Libraries also offer opportunities to connect with media, programs, ideas, and classes – in addition to books.

Parking will be free in the RPL metered lot from Monday through Saturday.

About the Racine Public Library

The Racine Public Library’s mission is to lift up the lives of the people of the Racine community by embracing community diversity, promoting inclusion, creating opportunity and supporting the development of community literacy through a love of literature, learning and civic engagement. Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, the library first opened its doors in 1897 and has served the community from its 75th Street location since 1958.

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