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June 2022 festivals, fairs, events in Racine County

Summer festivals, fairs and events are in full swing come June. In Southeastern Wisconsin, community organizations, churches, and businesses have come together to offer an assortment of fun. Racine County is your one-stop for all kinds of festivals, fairs, and events. Whether you are looking for something fun to do with the family or want […]

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Hotel Verdant: Officials, leaders get early look

RACINE –  Racine public officials and business leaders were invited to don hardhats on Wednesday afternoon for an early look at the transformation of the former Zahn’s building, 500 Monument Square, into Hotel Verdant. Milwaukee developer, Dominion Properties, is reconstructing the four-story, 1920s-era department store building into an 80-room boutique hotel. First launched in 2019, […]

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‘Mamma Mia! Here we go again…’ finally!: Racine Theatre Guild opens beloved ABBA musical

On Friday, the Racine Theatre Guild (RTG) opened “Mamma Mia!,” their season closer and biggest production since COVID brought the world — and the Guild — to a halt. With direction by Doug Instenes, music direction by Greg Berg and choreography by Mary Leigh Sturino, this show is a delightful bohemian adventure with ABBA as […]

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Racine County Sheriff’s Deputies To Hand Out Milkshake Gift Cards

RACINE COUNTY – Racine County Sheriff’s deputies will be handing out gift cards for milkshakes in the coming weeks, thanks to a donation by two area businesses. Kravings Premium Beverages and M. Buse Contractors partnered to sponsor 250 $5-rechargable gift cards that were donated to the Sheriff’s Office. The cards are redeemable at Kravings, a […]

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Season openers at Kenosha’s outdoor farmers markets a grand success

The outdoor farmers market season officially opened last weekend with terrific weather and even more fantastic crowds. Both the Kenosha Public Market and Kenosha HarborMarket officially kicked off their outdoor seasons on Saturday, May 14 in the heart of Downtown Kenosha. Droves of people shopped among local vendors for everyday necessities like fruits and vegetables […]

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Midwest Mountain Lions, Female Football Team, Takes The Field on May 21

The Midwest Mountain Lions, a local women’s tackle football team, will take the field at Historic Horlick Field, 1648 N Memorial Dr, on May 21. Their first-ever home opener will kick off at 2 p.m. against the Grand Rapids Tidal Waves. Gates will open at 1 p.m. for spectators. Thinking about attending? Tickets, which will […]

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Upcoming Programs and Events at the Racine Public Library May 23-29

The following is a list of the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library.Please note: COVID-19 safety information for RPL is below the programming information. Library Services & Event Registration Week of May 23 – 29 Register for library programs in one of the following ways (unless noted otherwise): Call 262-636-9217Visit the library at 75 […]

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BONK! To Feature Aricka Foreman, Jacqueline Nicole Harris, and Kristin LaTour on May 21

This March’s BONK! event will be held on Saturday, May 21, 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 Esteban Colon, BONK! will feature spoken word artists Aricka Foreman, Jacqueline Nicole Harris, and […]

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10 Events in Racine County you won’t want to miss in May

It’s that time of the year for festivals, fairs, and fun events. Bring on good food, tasty drinks, and time with family and friends. Racine County has several fun events happening this May as a way to kick off the summer season. Here are 10 of them. 1. Burlington Jamboree Racine County has The Burlington […]

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KAC Hosts 56th Annual Golf Outing on June 6, Bonus Raffle for New Attendees

The Kenosha Achievement Center (KAC) announced their 56th Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser will take place on June 6 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Kenosha Country Club. KAC’s Golf Classic is a scramble format, with prizes for the lowest team score. There are prizes for the lowest men’s and women’s scores. Classic golf […]

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Upcoming Programs and Events at the Racine Public Library May 9-15

The following is a list of the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library.Please note: COVID-19 safety information for RPL is below the programming information. Library Services & Event Registration Week of May 9 – 15 Register for library programs in one of the following ways (unless noted otherwise): Call 262-636-9217Visit the library at 75 […]

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2nd Annual Seltzer Beer Stroll is June 18

DOWNTOWN RACINE – The second annual Seltzer Beer Stroll is coming to Downtown Racine on June 18 from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. Hosted by the Downtown Racine Corporation, the Seltzer Beer Stroll has been created to allow patrons to “stroll the sidewalks of beautiful Downtown Racine and sample all the newest seltzer beer flavors […]