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Wisconsin State Campgrounds Opening June 10

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has announced they will reopen state campgrounds on Wednesday, with special conditions to ensure the safety of staff and visitors. Some of the changes that campers and park visitors will experience include: Automatic touchless check-in.New signs to educate visitors on recreating responsibly.Park offices will remain closed to the public. […]

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Enjoy First Friday’s® in Downtown Racine On November 1st for Some Fun

Join all the First Friday’s sponsoring downtown merchants as they welcome you to shop local and discover the best Racine has to offer on this First Friday of 2019. Enjoy a cool beverage while you visit and enjoy the truly unique shops, galleries, restaurants and clubs that downtown Racine has to offer! Horse-drawn Carriage rides […]

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Libraries Partner to Promote Library Card Sign-up Month

(Racine, WI) – Throughout the month of September, Racine Public Library, as part of  the Lakeshores Library System and in partnership with the Bridges Library System and Milwaukee County Federated Library System, will launch a promotional campaign for National Library Card Sign-Up Month. The campaign will include over 50 libraries in southeast Wisconsin and highlight […]

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Upcoming Programs at the Racine Public Library

The following are the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library: Anti-Racism Book Group: 2-4 p.m. | September 9th | Lee Room. A weekly book group discussing themes of race and racism.Ruff Readers: Monday-Thursday, 4-5 p.m., Youth Services. Registration required, call 262.636.9245 or visit the Youth Services Desk to register. Kids can spend 15 minutes […]