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Old-Growth Forest Network welcomes Sanders Park Hardwoods State Natural Area on Nov. 2, public invited

RACINE — Sanders Park Hardwoods State Natural Area is being inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m. The event will feature a ceremony and hike at Sanders Park, 4809 Wood Road. It is open to the public and will take place at Picnic Area 6, rain or shine. The […]

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5 Things to do: Labor Day weekend in Racine County

Labor Day is observed on Sept. 5. The day honors and shows appreciation to the American Labor Movement. Those celebrating this federally recognized holiday often use the weekend to take time off to have parties and events. This time is seen as the unofficial end of summer. In Racine County, there are various events happening […]

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