Check Out These Fun Events in September in Racine

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Upcoming Events:

09/01–05 10th-Annual Public Art Event, Downtown Racine
Main and Sixth Sts., Racine
View one-of-a-kind art pieces created by local artists and displayed throughout the Downtown area. Past events have featured decorated dogs, cats, bears, fish, otters, birds and birdbaths 262.634.6002 racinedowntown.com


09/02 First Fridays
More than 50 Downtown shops, galleries and restaurants are open late. Enjoy music both in stores and on the sidewalks, horse-drawn carriage rides, outdoor dining and more. 262.633.0545 firstfridaysracine.com


09/04 Taste of Racine
Racine Zoo, 2131 N. Main St., Racine
Features numerous area restaurants and daylong entertainment. 11am–6pm 262.634.2391


09/04 Wind Point Lighthouse Tour to the Top
4725 Lighthouse Dr., Racine
10am–4pm. Reservations required.


09/10 Public Art Auction
Monument Square. Bid on your favorite art pieces from Downtown’s 10th-Annual Public Art Event. Open to the public. 262.634.6002 racinedowntown.com


09/10 Art Venture
See It, Hear It, Taste It. Gallery openings, artist demonstrations, dance and music and culinary arts. 6-9 pm. 262.634.6002  racinedowntown.com


09/10 EVP Pro Beach Volleyball National Championships
North Beach, Racine
Men’s and women’s teams from across the Country converge on Racine’s beautiful, award-winning North Beach for the National Championships and a shot at the $6,000 purse. Free to spectators. 7am–5pm evptour.com


09/16–17 Great Lakes Brewfest
Racine’s Festival Park, 5 Fifth St., Racine
A benefit event for the Kilties Drum and Bugle Corps. The event features more than 200 craft and specialty beers for tasting.
262.634.2100 greatlakesbrewfest.com


09/17–18 Fall Harvest Days
Racine County Fairgrounds
Display of antique tractors, gasoline engines and collectibles. Demonstrations of corn shelling, hay bailing, threshing and sawmill (steam powered). Daily tractor parade, children’s activities, horse-drawn wagon rides, crafts, flea market, farm toys and food. $3 (children under 12 free). 9am–5pm 414.529.2413


09/25 Museum Day at The Racine Art Museum
441 Main St., Racine
262.638.8300 ramart.org


09/25 Tour of Historic Places
Tourgoers will see properties of architectural and historical significance. Tour guides will present accurately researched information of exterior and interior features of interest. Advance $10; day of tour $12. 12–5:30pm. 262.634.5748


Information is subject to change without notice.

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