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BONK! Features Ross Gay, Irène Mathieu, Michael Chang on Saturday Nov 27

RACINE – This November’s BONK! event will be held on Saturday, November 27 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Central time). The event will be held on Zoom webinar and streamed on Facebook Live at the BONK! Facebook page. Curated and hosted by Kelsey Marie Harris, BONK! will feature spoken word artists Ross Gay, Irène […]

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“Guys on Ice” Auditions held Dec 6, 7 at Racine Theatre Guild

Open auditions are being held at the Racine Theatre Guild (RTG) for the comedic ice fishing musical, “Guys on Ice” on Monday and Tuesday, December 6 and 7. Artistic Director Doug Instenes will hold auditions each night at 7 and 8:30 p.m. at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 Northwestern Ave, in Racine. The show offers […]

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Downtown Racine hosts Free Meter Parking Days

The City of Racine, in conjunction with the Downtown Racine Corporation, will have free meter parking to encourage the community to shop and dine locally throughout the holiday season. The following four Saturdays will be free meter parking days: November 27 – Small Business SaturdayDecember 4December 11 – Kris KringleDecember 18 Free Meter Parking Days […]

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November 27 is Small Business Saturday in Downtown Racine

Small Business Saturday, held nationally as a special shopping day to support locally-owned small businesses, is always the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This year, Small Business Saturday falls on November 27. “This year, more than ever, it is crucial we support small businesses. We have such a wonderful mix of retail shops, you are sure to […]

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Downtown Racine Hosts Third Annual Ladies Night Out

The Downtown Racine Corporation will be hosting their 3rd annual Ladies Night Out this Saturday, November 20, from 12 – 8 p.m. in Downtown Racine. All queens are welcome, so bring your gal pals for a night of pampering, first-class treatment, specials, and one-night-only deals at over 30 downtown businesses. Participating retailers will have special […]

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“A Christmas Story” Opens December 3 at RTG

After having their 83rd season canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Racine Theatre Guild is ready to welcome patrons back into the House for their 84th season with “A Christmas Story,” sponsored by Rasmussen Diamonds. The Story Ralphie Parker only has one wish: to wake up Christmas morning with the coveted Red […]

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“Boxes of Fun”: Quality Gifts, Supports Local Merchants

The holiday gift-giving season is upon us. And as we decide where to spend our hard-earned dollars, it is important to remember to support local businesses, especially while everyone continues to struggle with pandemic shortcomings. Something Special from Wisconsin (SSfW) is a program that was developed by the Division of Agricultural Development, within the Wisconsin […]

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“Every Brilliant Thing” Presented by Over Our Head Players

Over Our Head Players are welcoming guests back into the theater for live performances. This Friday, Every Brilliant Thing opens at the Sixth Street Theatre in downtown Racine and will run for three weekends in November. Directed by Cody Ernest, Every Brilliant Thing is a “humorous and inventive look into depression and mental illness.” Reflecting […]