Upcoming Programs and Events at the Racine Public Library Sept. 23 – 30 – Racine County Eye

Upcoming Programs and Events at the Racine Public Library Sept. 23 – 30 – Racine County Eye

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The following is a list of the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library.
Please note: COVID-19 safety information for RPL is below the programming information.
Library Services & Event Registration
Week of September 23 – 30
Register for Racine Public Library programs in one of the following ways (unless noted otherwise):
Construction Zone Ahead
The first-floor lobby bathrooms are closed for the remainder of construction. Our second-floor bathrooms remain open. As items continue to move to different parts of the building throughout construction, please ask a staff member if you have trouble finding anything. Read more about our renovation at RacineLibrary.info/renovation.
Request the Techmobile
Racine Public Library’s new techmobile is officially open here! The library is excited to further accommodate the needs of the community by attending more events and outreaches. If you would like the techmobile to attend your event, please send us the details at RacineLibrary.info/request.
Health Screenings and Education with Carthage College
Friday, Sept. 23 and Thursday, Sept. 29 | 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | The Atrium – 1st Floor
Carthage College nursing students are providing free health screenings and education at the library. Stop in to test your vision, blood pressure, blood sugar, ankle brachial index, body mass index and more.
No registration is required.
Chess Club
Wednesday, Oct. 5 | 5-7 p.m.| Youth Services – 1st Floor | All Ages
Join us for a facilitated chess club! Jeffrey Garcia, a member of the U.S. Chess Federation, will teach you how to play or help you find an opponent. No experience is necessary, and all ages are welcome.
No registration is required.
Ruff Readers
Every Monday through Thursday until Oct. 20 | 4-5 p.m. | The Martin Room – Youth Services, 1st Floor | Grades K-5 Only
Snuggle and pet a therapy dog while practicing your reading skills at the ear of our gentle, non-judgmental canine friends. Sessions are open to kids grades K through 5 only. Bookings are 15 minutes for a single child and must be reserved a week in advance, one week at a time. Call the library’s business office at 262-636-9170 to get started.
Registration is required.
Video Game Tournament Battle
Saturday, Sept. 24 | 1-4 p.m. | The Atrium and Lee Room – 1st Floor | Ages 8-12, 13-18
Join us for a video game tournament! There will be two brackets: Eight to 12-year-olds and 13- to 18-year-olds. Compete to the top of your bracket to win prizes (and bragging rights).
Registration is required.
Lap-Sit Storytime
Tuesday, Sept. 27 | 9:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. | The Martin Room – Youth Services, 1st Floor | Birth to 24 months
Introduce your child to the library through new stories, simple songs, and rhymes with Miss Ali and Miss Carrie! For kids birth – 24 months to attend with a caregiver.
No registration is required.
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Tuesday Tales
Tuesday, Sept. 27 | 10:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m. | Youth Services – 1st Floor
Preschool-aged children are in for a great storytime! Listen to stories, sing songs, and join in some simple rhymes and fingerplays.
No registration is required.
Family Storytime with Gail Navratil
Wednesday, Sept. 28 | 10-10:25 a.m. | Youth Services – 1st Floor
Join us for music, motion and fun as we explore some of Miss Gail’s favorite stories. Her unique storytelling style captures children’s minds and hearts, creating an inclusive space for everyone to interact.
No registration is required.
Craft Time with Miss Keiko
Wednesday, Sept. 28 | 10:30-11:15 a.m. | Youth Services – 1st Floor
Children and caretakers, unleash your artistic spirit! Miss Keiko will be here with supplies and her eye for aesthetics to help you explore your creative side.
No registration is required.
Scratch Jr. 101
Wednesday, Sept. 28 | 5-6 p.m. | The Martin Room – Youth Services, 1st Floor
Get started on your coding journey. We walk you through the basics of coding using Scratch Jr., an easy block coding program for young ages.
Registration is required.
Bedtime Stories and Songs
Wednesday, Sept. 28 | 6:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. | Youth Services – 1st Floor
A cozy evening of song, dance and movement with Miss Carrie. We’ll have different songs, instruments and stories for you to hear every week. All ages are welcome, but the program is designed with kids in mind.
No registration is required.
Musical Family Storytime
Thursday, Sept. 29 | 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. | Youth Services – 1st Floor
Sing, wiggle and dance with Miss Carrie. We’ll have different songs, instruments and stories for you to hear every week. All ages are welcome, but the program is designed with kids in mind.
No registration is required.
Teen Craft & Chat: The Anti Bob Ross
Thursday, Sept. 29 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | The Lee Room – Atrium, 1st Floor
If Bob Ross had an evil twin, what horrors would his painting show reveal? Hold that image in your mind, because that’s what we’ll be painting. Forget the happy little trees — the landscapes we’re making will be anything but peaceful.
Registration is required.
Career Development Services with Job Center of Wisconsin
Tuesday, Sept. 27 | 9-11 a.m. | Adult Services – 2nd Floor
The Job Center of Wisconsin is hosting pop-up services in the Racine Public Library! Stop in during their open sessions to get help with resume writing, interview preparation, strengthening your job search, applying for unemployment and registering on the Job Center of Wisconsin website. They also offer virtual workshops for those who aren’t able to stop in.
No registration is required.
Book Discussion: Freaky Fall Horror
Wednesday, Sept. 28 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | The Lee Room – Atrium, 1st Floor
Ready for the next batch of horror reads and discussions? Explore three horrific titles from September through November, then meet with other readers to share your favorite parts. We’ll automatically place the reading list on hold for you when you sign up, so you’ll need a library card.
Sept. 28 – “Pearl” by Josh Malerman
Oct. 26 – “This Thing Between Us” by Gus Moreno
Nov. 30 – “The Final Girl Support Group” by Grady Hendrix
Registration is required.
Murder Mystery Dinner
Friday, Oct. 14 | 6-9 p.m. | Adult Services – 2nd Floor
Join us for a 1920s-themed murder mystery dinner at the Racine Public Library! Tonight’s interactive show, “Death of a Gangster,” is hosted by a professional murder mystery theater troupe. Dressing up is encouraged. Your ticket covers food and admission, but be sure to browse our silent auction for souvenirs and other ways to support the library.
Cocktail hour and hors d’oeuvres are 6-7 p.m., and a mostaccioli dinner will be plated at 7 p.m. The show wraps up at 9 p.m. All proceeds support the Racine Public Library Foundation, which supports the library’s expansion, stabilization and special projects now and to come.
Tickets Required: $50/person, $250/table of six
Sip and Swipe with the ADRC
Friday, Sept. 30 | 10-11 a.m. | The Atrium – 1st Floor | Adults 55+
Learn how to use a tablet to navigate web pages, check your emails, and more! You don’t need any experience or a tablet of your own; we’ll supply the devices for today’s session. To register, call Taylor at (262) 833-8777.
Registration is required.
Ayuda Tecnica
Available by appointment | Racine Public Library
Obtenga ayuda técnica con su teléfono, tableta o computadora totalmente gratis. Cuando llame pregunte por Brianna o deje un mensaje de voz. 262-619-2560
Registration is required.
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