Racine Wisconsin Events

More than a tent rental company, we are an event specialist that helps Wisconsin people celebrate the most important events of the year, such as weddings, birthdays, graduations and more. Whether you're celebrating an engagement party in Union Grove or a wedding in the woods, our party professionals will help you put together all the equipment, gear and accessories for your outdoor event. We are the right partner - for all the equipment and aids you need at any price.

Book your party package online or call us to find out what you need, but don't forget to tell us about rental products before you make your booking.

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The sailors of the Single Handed Division must prove their membership of the Singlehanded Society of Wisconsin and / or the Wisconsin Singlehanded Society. This challenging event begins in Green Bay, Wisconsin, before moving on to GreenBay and Menominee, Michigan. The driving times must be recorded for the course counting and the engines are used on the island. The goal is an illuminated inflatable buoy at the end of the race, which connects to an illuminated boat with a light - a sign and lights on it.

The Racines Museum of Local History is dedicated to the preservation of material culture and the communication of the stories of people, places and events of the past, present and future of our city. The determination, skill, diversity and courage that distinguish our people are worth celebrating.

The Racine Art Museum will house artists and resource artists who share their collections and exhibit their work. The Racines Theatre Guild also organises a variety of nationally recognised theatre productions, concerts and special events for local and national audiences.

They also regularly organise educational events for young people, young people and adults and offer delivery services. The RSO currently offers a wide range of activities for the elderly, disabled and disabled, but also for children and families.

The city of Racine has over 1,100 acres of parkland scattered throughout the established neighborhoods, lining the Root River and framed by the Michigan skyline. It has one of the largest parks in the United States and the second largest in Wisconsin, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and a nearby facility that attracts international students in design and architecture. Racines party rental service serves the Racine area, which includes both the surrounding area and the city centre.

Studio art courses and temporary exhibitions with emerging artists, group competitions and group exhibitions. Event tent rentals are ideal for events in the city center, downtown or at the Racine County Fairgrounds in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Since its first dredging on 17 June 1844, the port of Racine has been a centre of economic and recreational activity. As the first community theater in Wisconsin to own a building, it has hosted national theater festivals and represented the United States at the World Expo in New York City and the Los Angeles International Film Festival. Although the port of Racines is no longer an important port, it is home to a thriving marina, restaurants, shops, hotels and a wide range of leisure activities.

The Racine Symphony Orchestra (RSO) was founded in 1932 by Frederick Schulte and is one of the oldest symphony orchestras in Wisconsin. Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, it looks after more than 1,000 animals from over 100 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and birds of prey as well as reptiles and amphibians from all over the world. Founded in 1923, Racines Zoo welcomes 85,000 visitors a year and houses over 1.5 million animals.

The Root River is an important tributary of Lake Michigan, hailed by anglers as one of the most scenic waterways in Wisconsin and the nation. Racine's Wustum Museum houses 13 acres, including a 1-acre formal garden designed by the famous Wisconsin landscape architect Alfred Schulte. Overlooking the lake shore and the city centre, the Racines Library offers its guests archived materials free of charge. Jens Jensen - designed Parkland, a 1.5-acre park connected to a BlueWave - certified, nationally recognized white sand beach.

The Racine Art Museum (RAM) houses works by nationally and internationally renowned artists, as well as a variety of local, regional and national artists. The Council of Arts of Racines was founded in 2010 to promote the development of art and culture in the city and its communities. We are a destination marketing organization that oversees tourism promotion and development in Racine County. I appreciate that our customers make part of their special events and the special care we invest in our work is evident in customer references.

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