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Music in the Island Park

PACK YOUR PICNIC BASKET, GRAB YOUR BLANKET OR CHAIRS AND ENJOY AN EVENING IN ISLAND PARK ALONG THE ROOT RIVER. ENJOY THE MUSIC OF “SWEETSHIEKS”, WHILE YOU MUNCH ON THE GOODIES IN YOUR PICNIC BASKET. THIS FREE EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE ROOT RIVER COUNCIL. DONATIONS TO THE FOOD BANK ARE APPRECIATED.  

Picnic in the Park

Kenosha County Parks will host its annual Picnic in the Park celebration this Saturday, Aug. 21, at Petrifying Springs Park. The day will be filled with family-friendly activities including live music, interactive kids’ activities, food trucks, fireworks, and educational booths aimed at raising awareness and educating the public on the value of parks. The festivities […]

Racine Starving Artist Fair

Sunday, August 1 is the 56th Annual Racine Starving Artist Fair, featuring 110 artist booths.  It is being held for the first time at DeKoven Center, 21st (Caron Butler) and Wisconsin from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.  The Fair is organized by the Racine Art Guild to raise funds for its College Art Student Scholarship […]

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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 […]