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Community Interest Programs

SC Johnson is excited to bring another year of Community Interest Programs to the Golden Rondelle Theater at the company’s corporate headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin. Bookmark this page and check back frequently as new programs will be added often.

  • The Golden Rondelle lobby will open 1 hour in advance; theater doors will open approximately 30 minutes before the program begins.
  • If you have a question, email or call 262-260-2154. Leave a message, and your call will be returned.

NAMI: Ending the Silence

Thursday, September 29, 6:00 p.m.

In recognition of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, join us for this special mental health presentation in partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Racine County.

This program brings together mental health professionals and parents to share information on the warning signs of mental illness, address misconceptions and provide strategies for families. This program will be of particular importance to families of pre-teens, teens and young adults and share tactics on how to talk with your teen and work with school staff to support them.

We hope you enjoyed this powerful program. We are pleased to share a program replay link. Click to watch the program

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NAMI: Ending the Silence

The Paper Airplane Guy – a family program

Tuesday, February 28, 6:00 p.m.


Learn how to make the perfect paper airplane from John Collins, the man who designed the world-record breaking plane for longest distance flown! This hands-on, immersive program is perfect for the whole family!

The Paper Airplane Guy focuses on fluid dynamics and will have everyone feeling a love of science, origami, and flight after watching this mesmerizing presentation. Concepts behind the fun are explained without overwhelming equations – you’ll be amazed as paper airplanes glide by gently, streak swiftly, circle, loop, flap their wings, tumble, flip over and fly upside down.

To bring it full circle, John’s techniques will be shared so everyone has a chance to create a world record plane and learn how to throw and adjust their aircraft. 

The Paper Airplane Guy- a family program