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Historic Charm

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Downtown Racine is one of the Midwest’s most unique and vibrant lakefront communities. Make Downtown Racine your getaway destination for boating, dining, shopping, art and fun! Our historic charm, boutiques, art galleries, international cuisine and museums are just a few of the reasons why Downtown Racine is the place to see.

By experiencing our friendly downtown hospitality or participating in one of our energetic events, you will see firsthand why Downtown Racine is the place to be!

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ICBM Pub Crawl

11:00 am2:00 am

Get Bombed downtown! Stop in at The Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery, The Brickhouse, Main Hub and Carriage House to get one of our ICBM punch cards. Punch the cards at any of our four locations within 24 hours and get a free bomb plus a chance to win an all expense paid trip! All-expense paid trip to Burlington with hotel stay! Includes gas, breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks, entry into the puzzle museum and more! Punch your ticket to Burlington today!


7:30 pm9:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, repeating until

Free Trivia every Wednesday 7:30pm at Reefpoint Brew House! Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.

Live Music by Joe Kadlec

7:30 pm11:30 pm

Joe performs with a straight up live guitar and vocals to deliver an organic and more intimate vibe. Primarily rock, pop, and country with an emphasis on well known popular songs from several decades of music.

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