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InSinkErator unveiled a $34 million reach and development facility, which will house about 175 engineers and professional staff. The manufacturer employs more than 1,400 people worldwide and has facilities in Mount Pleasant, Racine, Kenosha and Sturtevant, Wisconsin. Read more here.
Flick of the Week
The Grinch, the 3rd adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ book, was recently released. Read our review here.
What’s happening this week
The highest unemployment rate in the state belongs to Racine. Thousands of jobs are headed to Racine County, but area manufacturers are having major issues finding and keeping talent. Racine County Eye is hosting an event called News Up, Racine County: Barriers to Employment that begins on November 15 at 6 p.m. held at The Offices at 410 Main St. Mark your calendar for this FREE event. Space is limited. Please RSVP by filling out this form.
Have brunch with Santa! On December 2, The Branch will be hosting their 2nd annual Polar Express Brunch from 12-1:30 p.m. The brunch will be buffet-style and will include a visit from Santa, a special gift for each child, a craft, photo opportunities (bring your own cameras), and a hot chocolate bar for children. For adults, there will be mimosas and bloody marys available for purchase. Tickets are available online or at The Branch during cafe hours from 8 – 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Branch is located at 1501 Washington Avenue.
Kick-off the holiday season with the Racine Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops Concert being held on December 7 from 7-9 p.m. Come early and enjoy food and beverages from O&H before the concert begins! Holiday favorites, both old and new, will be featured for the concert. To purchase tickets, visit the Racine Symphony Orchestra’s website or call 262-636-9285. Please purchase tickets early as this concert sells out.
The Blue Bear Restaurant is featuring wild mushroom risotto as their vegan specials this week. The owner of Seven Keys to Escape say their current rate of escape for their room is 20 percent for Audrey’s Addiction. And the team that achieves the best time will win free tickets to their new game, Critter Craters. Don’t forget to mention that you saw their ad on Racine County Eye.
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