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Eighty paintings from transparent watercolor artists from across the country will be on display. Works include a wide variety of subjects from landscapes and portraits to abstracts.Find out more »
Ages: 10 – 15 Perfect your paddling with more in-depth instruction and more time on the Root River! Our 4-day Paddle Camp will teach students how to safely and effectively maneuver a canoe and kayak on flat water. Learn paddling skills, including basic strokes and safety instruction. The camp will be led by a certified American Canoe Association (ACA) instructor. Sea Kayaking: Take your kayaking to the next level! Sea kayaks are longer and narrower than recreational kayaks and are…Find out more »
In 2019, Milwaukee’s Free Shakespeare in the Park (SITP) celebrated 10 seasons of live, summertime performances of the works of the Bard of Avon. In 2020, Optimist Theatre kept their tradition of free Shakespeare alive with a new web series titled No Holds Bard. In 2021, they embrace the best of both experiences as they return to the stage with live performances of Shakespeare’s light-hearted and beloved “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” paired with a serialized web stream of No Holds…Find out more »
Board Game Night A free event is taking place at Twin Dragon Games. Come in and enjoy playing board games with a group of friends or join one of our existing groups. We also have board games for demo for all ages. Wednesday Night from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.Find out more »
The Racine Theatre Guild’s (RTG) community-wide production of “The Laramie Project” will be available to stream on-demand anytime between Friday, July 23 and Friday, August 6. The virtual performance is not quite a play, yet not a film either. It is a multimedia presentation that pays tribute to Matthew Shepard. In October 1998, the nation was gripped by the story of Matthew Shepard’s brutal murder in Laramie, Wyoming. A victim of a violent homophobic hate crime, members of the Tectonic…Find out more »