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Look for fun this week

Looking for things to do AFTER Christmas? Look no further than right here in Racine County! Get out and enjoy some holiday lights, local art, hands-on puzzles and a New Year’s Day tradition. Enjoy your holiday break week with Real Racine. See some art. Don’t miss Art of AdORNAMENTS 2016 through Friday, Dec. 30 at […]

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Enjoy your Easter Weekend

Easter weekend is here. It includes candy eggs, live music and family events all over Racine County. Real Racine has some great ideas. An egg-sellent time! The Racine Zoo, 2131 N. Main St., promises lions, tigers and candy-filled eggs at its annual Egg-Stravanganza Easter Event on Saturday. Bring the family to the zoo from 9 […]

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Jump Start Your Shopping

You can shop, shop, shop in Racine County this weekend. Then, cool your heels at a benefit concert or a new play. Real Racine has these great November ideas. That special gift. For a fun shopping experience, visit the 2014 edition of Christmas in the Village on Friday and Saturday in the Waterford area. Just […]

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Family Fun in November

We turn up the heat on fun when November rolls around in Racine County. The month includes the start of the winter holidays, theater, comedy and some Thanksgiving traditions. Wrapping up Halloween is “The Werewolf’s Curse or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow” weekends, Saturday, Nov. 1 through Sunday, Nov. 9 at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 […]