Looking for something to do this week in Southeast Wisconsin? There is something fun for everyone to do. September may be drawing to a close, but the activities don’t stop.
The Racine County Eye calendar page features a variety of events and activities. Check the calendar for more details on what’s happening locally.
Otherwise, check out these five events to wrap up in late September.
September goes with a bang
1. VFW Octoberfest benefiting veterans
The 1st Annual Octoberfest to Benefit Veterans is held at Kenosha VFW Junker-Ball Post 1865, 6618 39th Ave. in Kenosha on September 24. The event offers free entry, vendor items, and raffles.
Thermal underwear will be collected for veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Find out about the event on our website or by visiting the VFW Post 1865 website.
2. 63rd Annual St. Charles Fall Festival
The 63rd Annual St. Charles Fall Festival and Turkey Dinner takes place at 440 Kendall Street in Burlington on September 24-25. music.
Want to know more about the Fall Festival? Check the calendar for more details.
3. Run and Walk the Wolf Lake Trail
Walk or run at Richard Bong State Natural Area during the Wolf Lake Trail 5K Walk/Run or 1 Mile Walk/Run. Spectators will criss-cross the scenic trails.
100% of proceeds go back to the park, making it a better place for people of all ages, abilities and sensibilities to visit the park. Check the online calendar to find out how to register.
4. Balance and flowering: yoga in the flower field
Center yourself in the middle of a field of flowers to close out September. For the Love of Flowers Farm, in collaboration with Santosha Yoga, is hosting an event to reset and refresh. Business owners combine a yoga session with a flower picking experience.
Register to reserve your place to attend the event. Visit our website to find out how.
5. Racine Port Market
The 2nd Racine port market will take place on September 29. From 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Monument Square in downtown Racine, you can enjoy this European-style market. The market features vendors selling the freshest local produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, artisan creations and prepared meals.
Check the events on our calendar.
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