Week of Events
Creative Power Exhibit with ARTS for ALL Wisconsin
Disabled Wisconsin artists present their work in a month-long display on our second floor, brought to you in partnership with ARTS for ALL Wisconsin. ARTS for ALL Wisconsin, founded in 1977, supports a full spectrum of artistic activities and disabilities throughout the state. Room: Adult Services - 2nd Floor Age range: All Ages No registration […]
On the second Monday of the month, stop in to try different STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) activities. Make something new, try out fun games and experiences, or spend some time at our Just Dance or Switch Sports station. Our audio and podcasting studio will be open to use until 2 p.m. On […]
Our monthly health pop-ups with Aurora Health Care provide free blood pressure screenings, health-themed swag, and all kinds of health information and resources. Each month, stop back in to learn something new about the health theme of the month and meet with organizations providing healthcare throughout the community. Room: Adult Services Lake-Facing Windows - 2nd […]
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 Melissa.Donaldson@RacineLibrary.info for the Zoom link.
What do you need to know to stay safe on the internet? We'll give you our advice for how to protect your information when you're online. Sign up quickly — only six slots are available. While you're welcome to bring your own device to this session, we will supply all necessary devices. Room: The Innovation […]
A Memory Café is a comfortable social gathering that allows people experiencing memory loss, along with their loved ones, to socialize, enjoy activities and make connections with others. • Café de la Memoria es una reunión cómoda, donde personas impactadas con pérdida de memoria junto a sus familiares o seres queridos, pueden establecer conexiones, disfrutar […]
Travel the globe using the power of virtual reality. Room: The Innovation Lab - By 2nd-Floor Entrance Age range: Teens & Adults Registration is required.
Whether it's crochet, cross-stitch, felting, knitting, quilting, embroidery or any other fiber art, bring your WIP and hang out in the company of fellow crafters. What is a Stitch N Bitch? These groups are gathering and conversation spaces for knitters and other fiber artists — and they also have a rich feminist history. Room: The […]
On the second Tuesday of every month, the Friends of the Racine Public Library's board plans fundraisers, brainstorms promotions for the Friends and the Racine Public Library and sets strategy around advocacy and volunteering. Interested in joining? Email Friends@RPLFriends.org.
Our tablet and smartphone training program will teach you how to navigate web pages and use email and other features. With a self-guided approach and a coach's assistance, participants can go at their own pace to become more familiar with their devices. Room: The Innovation Lab - By 2nd-Floor Entrance Age range: Adults 60+ Registration […]
Voces de la Frontera provee clases que ayudan a preparar clientes para tomar su examen de ciudadanía. Puede asistir a cuantas sesiones le necesite para obtener resultados. Todos los estudiantes deben tener al menos 5 años de residencia o 3 años como residente permanente casado con un ciudadano estadounidense. Room: The Business Center - Adult […]
Voces de la Frontera's classes will help you get ready to take your citizenship exam. You can come to as many or as few of the sessions as are helpful to you. All students must have at least 5 years residency or 3 years as a permanent resident who is married to a U.S. citizen. […]
Catch a movie on your next visit to the library! Our staff's favorite films from a variety of age ranges and genres will be playing for your enjoyment. The film's title and rating will be posted outside the community room while it's being played. Room: Community Room - Adult Services, 2nd Floor (by the elevator) […]
Come play a few sessions of dominoes with us! Beginners are welcome. We'll set up everything you need to play, so all you need to bring is yourself. Room: Community Room - Adult Services, 2nd Floor (by the elevator) Age range: Adults 50+ No registration — just drop in.