Posted inArts & Entertainment, Celebrations, Culture, Events, Food & Drinks, Things To Do

Events in Racine County: February 2023 edition

RACINE COUNTY — A variety of events are happening in Racine County this month. February is full of opportunities for excitement and fun. In Racine County, there are a variety of events happening specifically in honor of Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re looking to find something to do for a date on a weekend or an […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Celebrations, Culture, Events, Food & Drinks, Things To Do

Festivals, fairs & events in Racine County: January 2023 edition

RACINE COUNTY — A variety of festivals, fairs and events are happening in Racine County this month. Even though it is winter, the happenings continue to provide something to do for Racine County residents and those traveling to the area. January is full of opportunities for excitement and fun. Whether you’re looking to find one […]

Posted inParenting

Family-Friendly Mysteries: 7 Podcasts Full of Suspense (and Fun!)

As the days get shorter and family time transitions indoors, add a little spookiness to your entertainment with a mystery podcast. Written and produced just for kids and families, these seven podcasts combine the perfect amount of suspense with fun to leave everyone in the family begging for just one more episode! The Unexplainable Disappearance […]

Posted inLife, Sponsored

Fall Flavors Shine With These October Baking Ideas

October! That means beautiful fall leaves, crisp air, and delicious treats for all of your favorite fall festivities! It’s time to summon your inner pastry chef and bake up some fun with the kids. Whether you’re making treats for the class party, hosting your own fall gathering, or having the next greatest baker competition, here […]

Posted inLife, Sponsored, The Purposeful Parent

Why Exploring a Corn Maze Should Top Your Family Activity List

As fall family activities start filling your social calendar, consider one of the most popular—a corn maze! Heading out to the field and having fun navigating the twists and turns is a great way to spend an afternoon with your kids, but did you know that there are benefits beyond just the excitement? Here are […]

Posted inCulture, Things To Do

Upcoming Programs, Services Offered by the Racine Public Library

The following is a list of the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library: Printing fees resumed July 1st. Color print $.50; B&W print $.10, copy $.10. Scanning and faxing will remain free of charge. The Bookmobile is open for browsing! One family/party at a time may enter the bookmobile for browsing; please limit your […]

Posted inCulture, Things To Do

Milwaukee Public Museum Planetarium Reopens Thursday, July 22

MILWAUKEE — On Thursday, July 22, the Milwaukee Public Museum will reopen the Daniel M. Soref Planetarium, Wisconsin’s largest planetarium screen. Visitors to MPM can experience programs at the Planetarium every hour between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., and admission to the programs are included as part of Museum admission. “The stars have aligned and […]

Posted inCulture, Things To Do

Adult Fall Softball Registration Begins

Racine – City of Racine Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services (PRCS) will begin taking registration for Adult League Fall Softball on Monday, July 12, and will continue through Friday, August 6. The traditional openings are available in women’s Monday night, men’s Tuesday night, and co-ed Wednesday night leagues. All PRCS leagues are filled on a […]

Posted inCulture, Things To Do

Upcoming Programs, Services Offered by the Racine Public Library

The following is a list of the upcoming programs and services at the Racine Public Library: Printing fees resume July 1st. Color print $.50; B&W print $.10, copy $.10. Scanning and faxing will remain free of charge. The Bookmobile is open for browsing! One family/party at a time may enter the bookmobile for browsing; please […]

Posted inCulture, Things To Do

Root River Environmental Education Community Center Offers Voyager Series Workshops Starting July 1

The Root River Voyager Series – environmental education workshops for community members ages 9 and up – starts on Thursday, July 1 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Root River Environmental Education Community Center (REC), located at 1301 W. 6th Street. Topics will include the basics of canoeing and kayaking, water quality, invasive […]

Posted inKenosha Government, Kenosha Lens

Kenosha County Parks to Offer Busy Schedule of Summer Programs for All Ages

Kenosha County Parks is offering several free outdoor activities this summer that are sure to get everyone moving, County Executive Jim Kreuser announced on Friday. The Traveling Yoga Series kicked off the season in May, offering free yoga classes at a different park every Saturday and Sunday, from 9 to 10 a.m. Additional, regularly scheduled […]

%d bloggers like this: