Preservation Racine: 7:00 p.m., Fifth Street Yacht Club, 761 Marquette St. Member and historian Michael Rehberg will present “Land Grabs and Frontier Justice,” stories of claim jumping and land acquisition by early Wisconsin squatters and settlers. $5 fee for nonmembers.
Racine Area Home Schoolers: 7-9 p.m., Grace Church, 3626 Highway 31. Call 262-637-4999 for more information.
Riverport Chorus of Sweet Adelines International: Rehearsal, 7-10 p.m., Bristol Grade School, 20121 83rd St. (Highway 45 1 mile south of Highway 50), Bristol. For more information, call Kathy Froeber, 262-859-2343.
Southern Wisconsin Landlords Association: 6-8 p.m., Harbor Lite Yacht Club, 559 State St. Members are kept up-to-date on changing federal, state and local laws that impact landlords. The organization is part of the Wisconsin Apartment Association (WAA) which represents landlords throughout Wisconsin to have their voices heard and make an impact on state laws. For more information, call 262-884-8765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blue Star Mothers of Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter No. 2: For mothers who have a son or daughter in the Armed Forces, 6:30 p.m., Sturtevant Village Hall, 2801 89th St., Sturtevant. Food and share time is 6 p.m. For meeting confirmation, call Diana Rettig at 262-254-0124 or go to bluestarmomssew.com.
Chocolate City Card Club: Senior card club, 12:30 p.m., Burlington Senior Center, 587 E. State St., Burlington. Euchre, pinochle and sheepshead are played. Winners on Aug. 13: Joyce Dreis, first place; Mary Reynolds, second place; and Blanche Molle, third place, with a double Pinochle. In euchre, Ann Berndt had a loner. For more information, call 262-716-0329 or visit the Web at www.burlingtonseniorcenter.com.
The Glory Singers: Rehearsal, 2:30 p.m., Community United Methodist Church, 455 S. Jefferson St., Waterford. The group is a non-denominational, community group of people who like to sing the old-time hymns and classic gospel music. All ages and abilities are welcome. The group sings at area senior centers, senior living centers, nursing homes, hospitals, etc. For information, call Verna Acker at 262-534-3652.
Kiwanis Club of Racine: An organization that focuses on children, 6 p.m., Sealed Air Y Branch, 8501 Campus Drive, Mount Pleasant. For more information, call Neal Kueny at 262-635-9385.
Ladies’ New Heart Luncheon: Christian-based, interdenominational group for women from the southeastern Wisconsin area, noon, Parkway Chateau, 12304 75th St., Kenosha. Wendy Griffith will speak on “Beauty from Ashes.” The cost is $11. For reservations by noon Monday, call Linda Eddy at 262-652-9619 or Kathy Striegler at 262-653-0503.
Racine Dairy Statesmen A Cappella Men’s Chorus: Open guest night, 7-9 p.m., Preservation Hall, 740 Lake Ave. Singers are encouraged to stop by or call Bill Linnenkohl at 262-498-9955 for more information.
Racine Moose Lodge 437: General membership meeting, 6 p.m., Racine Moose Family Center, 5530 Middle Road, Caledonia. For more information, call 262-639-3209.
Racine Toastmasters Club 481: A learn-by-doing communication and leadership program to build skill and confidence to face an audience of any size, 6:30-7:45 p.m., Mount Pleasant Village Hall, 8811 Campus Drive, Mount Pleasant. For more information, call Donna Deuster at 262-332-0023 or go to http://racinetoastmasters.toastmastersclubs.org.
RelyLocal: Networking 101 Seminar, 5-8 p.m., The Summit Restaurant, 6825 Washington Ave., Racine. RelyLocal provides a positive, supportive and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals.
Senior Lunch Group: Open to seniors, 12:30 p.m., Annetta’s Cafe, 8020 Durand Ave., Mount Pleasant. Call Peggy Clark at 262-632-1939 for reservations.
Tuesday Noon Optimist Club of Racine: Noon, US Bank lower level, 4701 Washington Ave. For membership information, call Kelly Stinefast at 262-638-8034.
Waterford American Legion Post 20: 7 p.m., Whitford Park, East River Road, Waterford.
Belle City Brassworks: Racine’s community brass band rehearses weekly, 7:30 p.m., Living Faith Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 2915 Wright Ave. Call Gary King at 262-634-8006 for more information.
Business Networking International (BNI) Strictly Business Chapter: 7-8:30 a.m., Village of Mount Pleasant Civic Campus, 8811 Campus Drive, Mount Pleasant. BNI is a business networking organization that allows one person from each business category to be a member of the individual chapters.
Danish Sisterhood of America Lodge No. 20: Open to women interested celebrating the Danish history, food, culture and traditions, 1:30 p.m., Festival Foods, 6000 31st St., Kenosha. For more information, contact Bette Lasch at 262-994-1747.
Grass Roots Cribbage Club 197: 7 p.m., Brat Stop, 12304 75th St. (Highway 50), Kenosha. Nine single games are played. The cost is $11. American Cribbage Club rules are followed.
Kiwanis Club of West Racine: 7 a.m. breakfast and 7:30 a.m. meeting, St. Luke’s Health Pavilion Caledonia Room on the Ascension All Saints Hospital campus, 3821 Spring St. To attend a meeting or for more information, contact Mike Mucha at 262-721-7996 or email@example.com.
Korean War Veterans Association Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter 227: Open to Korean War and DMZ veterans, 8:30 a.m. breakfast, Castlewood Restaurant, 2811 Wisconsin St., Sturtevant. A meeting will follow. For more information, call Jim Becker at 262-681-6459.
Lucyniors Senior Citizens Club: 11 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Lucy Catholic Church conference room, 3035 Drexel Ave. Cards are played. Call Rich or Barb Tworek at 262-554-5205 for more information.
Racine Explorer Post: Open to young adults ages 14-20, 7-9 p.m., Racine Police Department, 730 Center St. (south side of building). Call Joe Stevens at 262-619-2402 for more information.
Western Union Junction Railroad Club: Open to railroad enthusiasts, 7 p.m., Sturtevant Village Hall Room C, 2801 89th St., Sturtevant. For more information, call Mike Slater, president, 262-886-3032, or Dick Horton, 262-886-3243.
Aviation Explorer Post 218: A co-ed group for ages 14-21 interested in any or all aspects of aviation, 7-9 p.m., EAA Chapter 838 building, 3333 N. Green Bay Road, Racine. Before attending a meeting, call 262-637-1048 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boy Scout Drum & Bugle Corps Troop 203: For boys ages 8-14 interested in performing with a drum and bugle corps, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Flatiron Village Mall, 1661 Douglas Ave. For more information, call Bruce Chaffee at 262-886-9239.
Kiwanis Club of West Racine: 7 a.m. breakfast and 7:30 a.m. meeting, St. Luke’s Health Pavilion Caledonia Room on the Ascension All Saints Hospital campus, 3821 Spring St. The speaker will be Terri Barranco of Pink Paddling Power, a local dragon boat racing team made up of breast cancer survivors. To attend a meeting or for more information, contact Mike Mucha at 262-721-7996 or email@example.com.
New Day Drum and Bugle Corps: Rehearsal, 6:30-9 p.m., 1526 Washington Ave. (use rear entrance). Open to youth ages 10-21. Call 262-637-5516 for more information.
Racine Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol: An auxiliary of the United States Air Force promoting education in aerospace, leadership development in youth and training in emergency operations, 6:30 p.m., National Guard Armory, 700 24th St. For more information, call Lt. Kathleen Dugas at 262-752-9889.
Racine Sweet Adelines Chorus: Open to women who like to sing, rehearsal, 7-9:30 p.m., Yorkville Elementary School, 18621 Washington Ave., Yorkville. For more information, call Kristine Hincz at 262-553-9106.
Referrals in Racine: A group of professional business people dedicated to providing a business referral network in the Racine area, 7-8:15 a.m., The Meadows Family Restaurant, 10615 Northwestern Ave., Caledonia (Franksville area). For more information, call Nick Christensen at 262-320-7359.
Run & Walk Club: Open to all to run or walk at their own pace, 6 p.m., Franksville Craft Beer Garden, 9416 Northwestern Ave., Caledonia. A 5K course will be set with signs and varies with each week.
Rotary Club of Racine Founders: 7 a.m., Racine Country Club, 2801 Northwestern Ave.
Welcome Club of Racine: Drop-in coffee social, 9-11 a.m., Wilson’s, 3306 Washington Ave. Open to women who are new to Racine and the surrounding area or who are interested in making new friends, learning about the varied resources of the community, and getting involved in philanthropic and social activities. For more information, call 262-456-7872.
Bridge Club: Each week three ACBL-sanctioned duplicate bridge games are played in Racine — at 12:15 p.m. Monday, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 12:15 p.m. Friday at The Lanes, 6501 Washington Ave.
Winners on Aug. 5: North/South —Marilyn Wescott-Harold Dwiggins, first place; Dennis Dragan–Evelyn Gerum, second place; and Donald Urquhart–Mary Matthews, third place. East/West — William Little–Henry Kensler, first place; John Winter–Lee Petzold, second place; and Annie Krause–A Brothers, third place.
Winners on Aug. 6: Harold Dwiggins-Richard Arneson, first place; Emmanuel Vuvunas-Dee Becker, second place; and Lee Petzold-Mark Langer, third place. Winners on Aug. 9: Emmanuel Vuvunas–Dee Becker, first place; Donald Urquhart–Mary Matthews, second place; and Evelyn Gerum–Mary Ericson, third place.
All games are open to the public. For more information or to help in arranging partners, call Anna Rindfleisch at 262-732-4190.
KR Bike Club: Free club rides are held weekly. For ride details, go to www.krbikeclub.com.
Party Bridge Club: Monday and Friday — 9 a.m.-noon, Burlington Senior Center, 587 E. State St., Burlington. Recent winners are:
Aug. 9: Ned Votry, first place; Tim Spaight, second; and Joanne Solofra, third.
Aug. 12: Ned Votry, first place; Ruth Malty, second; and Joe Kojis, third.
To join the club as a regular or substitute player or for more information, contact Dean Fleming at the Burlington Senior Center at 262-716-0329.