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Jacobs Family Halloween Lights to Benefit the Racine Zoo

For the past 9 years, the Jacobs family has had a grand-scale Halloween light display at their house. Sarah, Josh, and their daughters, Cali and Izzy enjoy decorating together for the holidays. The Jacobs Family welcomes people to their house to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience this Halloween. They decorate their lawn with scenes featuring a […]

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5 Farmers Markets in Racine County

RACINE COUNTY- Purchasing goods from farmer’s markets is an opportunity to support local businesses, farmers, and creators. Vendors offer fresh produce, vegetables, fruits, jams, art, homemade goods, jewelry, and even soaps. Items found at farmer’s markets are often one of a kind. Spend time with family and friends this summer by visiting the different farmer’s […]

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Racine County Farmer’s Markets

Farmer’s markets preserve rural livelihoods and farmland, stimulate local economies, increase access to fresh and nutritious food, support healthy communities, and promote sustainability. Racine County has many farmer’s markets that bring fresh, locally-grown food to the community. Check out our list below. Borzynski’s Farm & Floral Market Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; […]

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Historic walking tour offer great socially-distanced fun downtown

RACINE – Downtown Racine Corporation now offers a great way to explore downtown with some great socially-distanced fun for the whole family. The DRC’s Main St. Committee is delighted to present a web-based, mobile-friendly update of a walking tour guide commissioned by the Racine Landmarks Commission in April 1990. The original printed brochure, which is […]

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July Fourth holiday travelers asked to buckle up, be patient, alert, and safe

Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation are asking July Fourth holiday travelers to buckle up, stay alert, and expect slower traffic in work zones and along major travel corridors. Peak travel times are expected between noon and 8 p.m. on Wednesday (July 3) and Sunday (July 7). Construction in most highway work zones will […]

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Parks on Tap Biergarten Program launches in Mount Pleasant

The Parks on Tap Biergarten will kick-off this weekend with it’s first stop at Smolenski Park in Mount Pleasant. Created in partnership with the Village of Mount Pleasant Parks and Rec Department, the pop-up Biergarten visits four parks in Mount Pleasant over six weekends throughout the summer. This weekend’s stop is the first in the […]

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Where to go: Fish fry

Tis the season for the fish fry and boy do we love them. But here in Wisconsin, we’re a bit opinionated about this topic. Over the years, we’ve taken suggestions and polls. Here are some past favorites. By the way… we know how personal these decisions are to our audience, feel free to add your […]

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The Buzz: Harley-Davidson, The Upside, Theatre, and Valentine’s Day

Keep up to date with your favorite businesses, learn about events and special deals at The Buzz, Racine County Eye’s newest twice-weekly column. Business Spotlight The House of Harley-Davidson is getting a facelift to accommodated more offerings. Right now the dealership is only 14,000 sq.ft. and the new building, in a new location, will be […]

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The Buzz: Longshot Vinyl, BumbleBee, Racine Theatre Guild

Keep up to date with your favorite businesses, learn about events and special deals at The Buzz, Racine County Eye’s weekly column. Business Spotlight Longshot Vinyl is the place to go if you love beer, old school music, and just hanging out with friends. Located in the old Red Cross Pharmacy building, it features exquisite […]

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