Racine & Me: Three City Updates, New Dating Rules, Save Money on Lantern Festival, Winter Activities (12/22/2019)
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Three City Updates
Boutique Hotel Coming - The old Zahn’s Department Store in downtown Racine has been vacant for almost four decades, but that’s about to change. Learn about the new plans to revamp the building into a boutique hotel.
New Investment Fund – The city of Racine just launched the Badger State Opportunity Fund. Mayor Cory Mason and Chief Innovation Officer William Martin explain what it is, how it works, and how communities across Wisconsin will benefit.
Food for Forgiveness – The city of Racine is forgiving late fees on parking tickets through December 31st. Find out how a simple food donation can erase those fees.
New Dating Rules
Is dating a colleague a bad idea? Facebook, Google, and Airbnb recently unveiled new workplace dating policies.
Matchmaker Camille Kostin from It’s Just Lunch Milwaukee explains how the Me Too movement is prompting change. She also provides tips on navigating office romances.
Save Money on Lantern Festival
The first ever Lantern Festival at the Racine Zoo is almost over. Executive Director Beth Heidorn joins us to share two ways to save money on tickets. She also shows off last-minute Christmas gifts you can find at the zoo.
When the temps are cold and the days are dreary, we need something to lift our spirits. There are a ton of great winter activities in Racine County. The Events and Marketing Director of Real Racine highlights three of them. She also gives us the first look at the 2020 Real Racine Activities Guide.