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Independence Celebrations Around the County

When it comes to celebrating Independence Day, Racine County does it up right! There are no less than four parades on Friday, July 4 plus fireworks shows, dances, food and lots of family fun. The holiday weekend continues with concerts and a lighthouse climb. Come along with Real Racine to plan a fun-filled time. Start […]

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Drivers be Aware: 4th of July Road Closures

Traffic patterns are changing downtown in order to make way for 4th of July celebrations including the parade down Main Street and annual fireworks. Restrictions begin at 12:00 a.m. Friday and end at 11:59 p.m. Friday. Racine police released a list of restrictions that will affect how residents get around the downtown area: 24-hour parking […]

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Racine 4th of July Parade Line-up

Here’s the parade lineup for the Fourth Fest of Greater Racine, including the 4th of July Parade and fireworks, and when things kickoff. Color Guard Racine Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps 4th Fest of Greater Racine President – Wendy Spencer Mr. 4th Fest – Curt Barnes City of Racine Mayor – John Dickert Alderman Raymond […]