When and where? 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. , 3800 Northwestern Ave, Saturday, April 16.
Why go? This clinic is free to all kids 15 and under. They will be able to fish, the Quarry is being stocked, there will be knot-tying, fish id, and casting games. There will also be demonstrations on boat and kayak safety done by the United States Coast Guard Aux. After the kids have completed the stations they will receive a free lunch. So come on out for a morning or afternoon of fun. There are many prizes to win and giveaways to receive.
Cost? Families, Free, Kids, Open to All, Outdoor, Teens
When and where? 7 to 9 p.m. April 14, 15 and 16 at Horlick High School, Joseph L. Mooney Theater, 2119 Rapids Dr.
Why go? The Horlick Theater Department presents the musical "Oklahoma!" featuring the classic score from Rodgers & Hammerstein.
Cost? All seats are $10 adults; $8 seniors and $5 students. Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling 262-639-7581 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the door.
When and where? 7:30p.m. April 16 at First Presbyterian Church, 716 College Ave., Racine.
Why go? Listen to the classics by masters when they were teens. This concert, directed by Pasqual Laurino, is free to the public.
Please note: The RSO Giving Back program supports the Health Care Network at this concert. Donate unopened packages of over the count products, like sugar free cough medicine, Claritin or Benadryl.
Cost? At the door, $25 for adults, $20 for Seniors (ages 62 and older) $5 for students (ages 13 to 22), and free for children (ages 12 and under) but you’ll still need a ticket. Save $2 on senior and adult tickets by purchasing online and $3 on student tickets. Buy here http://www.racinesymphony.org/tickets_rsopresents.html#teens
When and where? An introductory session for parents and children will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. April 16 at the Education Station, 7133 Michna Rd.
Why go? You’ll get to pick your plot, choose and plant the vegetables you want to grow and get the basics of gardening.
When the weather warms up enough in May, families are invited back to get their seeds and seedlings put in their own plot. During the growing months you come weekly (or oftener) to care for your 20 square foot garden by weeding, watering and harvesting. The Eco-Justice Center staff will be available to help and guide you as needed. In fall, you are expected to put your garden plot “to bed” for the winter by clearing out the dried up vines.
Cost? $25 fee for a summer of square foot gardening includes the plants, seeds, tools, water and mentoring. Call 262-681-8527 to register and reserve a spot. There is a limit of six plots; some families may choose to share a garden plot.
When and where? Noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 16 at 3 Goldens And A Gator, 5200 Douglas Ave.
Why go? Bring your dog (leashes required) to hunt for Easter Eggs. All Easter Eggs will be filled with either dog Treats, multiple coupons from the three business participating in hunt, or a winners card for a grand basket (one from each of the three participating business). There will be games to do with your dog and an obedience demonstration presented by Katies's Canine Klubhouse. They will also be taking donations for Orphan Canines and Hope Safe House during the event.