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Nick Demske has accepted his appointment by the board of the Racine Public Library to the role of the library’s interim director.
After two and a half years with the Racine Public Library, Angela Zimmermann has resigned from her position as the executive director. In her resignation on Thursday, July 27, she...
The renovation is the culmination of a construction project that began in April 2022, after nearly a year of planning and many more years of hopeful conversations. Other than an aesthetic refresh to the second floor more than 10 years ago, this is the most dramatic update the library’s current building has seen since its expansion over 30 years ago.
The Racine Public Library building will open at 8 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20. Social services, phone calls and our chat service will be available once the building opens.
Your library card gives you access to so many resources, services and items for checkout. From free online courses, to checking out a record player, or notary services and fun programs, a library card opens the door to thousands of possibilities.
Whenever someone’s about to try a new activity, hobby or DIY project, I strongly recommend checking the shelves of the Beyond Books Collection before buying new supplies.
Let’s celebrate the Racine Public Library’s 125th year in Racine! On Saturday, July 16, Lake Avenue will close for the library to celebrate its first-ever Block Party.
While Libby and hoopla are similar, each comes with their own pros and cons as well as special features, so each offers something unique to the library.
While I no longer look through a card catalog to find the Dewey Decimal number of the book I’m searching for, one thing that has never changed is how much I love the library and how big an impact it has on my life.
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