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Upcoming Programs & Events

Lapsit Storytime

Introduce your child to the library through new stories, simple songs, and rhymes with Miss Ali and Miss Carrie! For birth to 24 months to attend with a caregiver.

Room: The Martin Room – Youth Services, 1st Floor
Age range: Kids
No registration — just drop in.

Feb 06, 10:00 AM
Racine Public Library Finance and Personnel Committee Meeting

The Racine Public Library Board of Trustees’ finance and personnel committee meets as needed. At their meetings, they discuss personnel matters — including changes in job descriptions and pay — as well as any budgetary matters. To see agendas and other details of these meetings, visit the board meetings webpage. Meetings are open to the public.

Room: Hybrid — Zoom and The Lee Room (1st floor, in the Atrium)

Registration is not required. To join us, just stop in, or sign in via Zoom.

Feb 06, 10:30 AM
Virtual Anti-Racism Book Group

This book club meets every Monday to cover books and conversations on the topic of racism.

Location: Zoom
Age range: Adults
Registration is required — email [email protected] for the Zoom link.

Feb 06, 01:00 PM
Ruff Readers

Snuggle and pet a therapy dog while practicing your reading skills at the ear of our gentle, non-judgmental canine friends.

Room: The Martin Room – Youth Services, 1st Floor
Age range: Grades K-5
Registration is required. Call (262) 636-9217 to book. Bookings are 15 minutes for a single child and must be reserved a week in advance, one week at a time.

Feb 06, 04:00 PM
Podcast Production 101 with Community Powered

Learn some of the standard methods and styles of creating a podcast with Anthony from Community Powered. Community Powered, a part of Wisconsin Humanities, is working with the Racine Public Library to empower our community.

Room: The Atrium – 1st Floor
Age range: Teens, Adults
Registration is required.

Feb 06, 06:00 PM

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