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RACINE –The Downtown Racine Corporation’s inaugural St. Patty Pub Crawl will be Saturday, March 13 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Embrace Irish traditions with good friends and fun times in beautiful Downtown Racine. Enjoy green beer, corn beef and cabbage, live music, Irish drink specials, and more throughout the day at 17 participating locations. Visit at least 8 locations and be entered to win over $300 in bar gift cards and drink chips. Map of pub crawl locations available…Find out more »
NAMI of Racine County is continuing their Virtual Speaker Series in 2021. They have some great topics we will be covering coming up and they hope you will join them. If you have topics you would like to see covered, please feel free to submit suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.Find out more »
In recognition of Demske’s departure from the organization, the BONK! March event will include him as one of its featured performers. This month’s BONK! Event will again be virtual, taking place on Saturday, March 27, at 6 p.m. Alongside Demske, it will feature two other poets: Millissa Kingbird and Kazim Ali. BONK! is a free event and is open to the public. This event will be live-streamed via the BONK! Facebook page. To join as an audience member and participate…Find out more »
Presented by Parkside Music Department Mar 29 | 7 pm Emmy-nominated jazz musician and faculty member Russ Johnson shares new music and discusses how much has changed in music since this time last year.Find out more »
An update with Peter Barca, Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the State of WisconsinFree to Chamber Members, Peter Barca, Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the State of Wisconsin, will discuss important items in the biennial budget for business development and economic advancement— key provisions important to Kenosha and Racine.Find out more »