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The Community Buzz: What’s Up With Local Nonprofits

For a full look at what local nonprofits are up to, check out our new nonprofit community feed here. Here’s a snapshot of the things you’ll find: Curious about the Racine Literacy Council? Learn more about their services at their upcoming open house. https://www.facebook.com/racineliteracycouncil/posts/4268559623210586 Love SapSap? The Racine Art Museum has partnered with them for […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]