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Vital Information

Sheboygan Stats, Useful Information, Safety, Police, Fire, Electricity, Gas, Cable/Satelilite, Sewer, Trash, Recycling Outlets, Transportation, Water

Arts & Entertainment

30 Schools

14 Libraries 15 Farmers Markets Senior Resources/Services, Senior Living, Nursing Home and Hospice Care

19 Tourism 20 Recreation 22 Monuments

Sheboygan, City of Plymouth, City of Sheboygan Falls, County

29 Shopping

Upcoming Events

17 Museums

Public Health, Hospitals, Clinics, Urgent Care

27 Fun & Games

Government Leaders

10 Churches

28 Parks

Government

16 Seniors

23 Health

Sheboygan Area School District, Cedar Grove- Belgium, Chilton, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Howards Grove, Kiel, Kohler, School District of New Holstein, Oostburg, Plymouth, Random Lake, School District of Sheboygan Falls, Non- Public Schools, Colleges

31 Food Pantries

Food Pantries, Meals SErved, Other Food Resources

36 Clubs & Organizations

Parenting Organizations/Support, Support Groups, Grienf Support, Military Support, Advoccy Organizaations, Alcoholics Anonymous, Local Clubs, Al-Anon Meetings, Alateen Meetings

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SHEBOYGAN STATS

Vital information

USEFUL INFORMATION

Franklin Volunteer Fire Department: 920-565-3247 Glenbeulah Fire Department: 920-526-3357 Haven Fire Department: 920-565-3700 Kohler Fire Department: 920-459-3876 Oostburg Fire Department: 920-564-3844 Plymouth Fire Department: 920-893-1331 Silver Creek Volunteer Fire Department: 920-944-9421 Sheboygan Falls Fire Department: 920-467-7914 Town of Sheboygan Volunteer Fire Department: 920-467-6800 Town of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department: 920-467-4876 Waldo Fire Department: 920-528-8121 Wilson-Black River Fire Department: 920-452-4900

Emergencies: 911

Electricity

Temperature Averages Winter: 13/32 Spring: 26/64 Summer: 54/80 Fall: 32/72 Annual Precipitation 32 inches Area of City: 13.97 sq. miles Miles of Streets: 199.72 Parks: 32 (663.66 acres)

PEOPLE

(2012, US Census Bureau) Population: 48,895 Persons per square mile: 3,527.1 Housing units: 22,339 Median value of owner-occupied homes: $116,600 Per capita income: $21,924 Median household income: $42,549 Registered voters: 28,643

Safety Police

Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office: 920-459-3111 Sheboygan Police Department: 920-459-3333 Elkhart Lake Police Department: 920-876-2244 Kohler Police Dept.: 920-459-3877 Plymouth Police Department: 920-893-6541 Sheboygan Falls Police Department: 920-467-7902

Fire

City of Sheboygan Fire Department: 920-459-3327 Ada Fire Department: 920-565-3131 Adell Volunteer Fire Department: 920-994-2260 Batavia Volunteer Fire Department: 920-994-9367 Beechwood Volunteer Fire Department: 920-994-9199 Cascade Fire Department: 920-528-8432 Cedar Grove Fire Department: 920-668-6415 Elkhart Lake Fire Department: 920-876-3333

Alliant Energy 800-255-4268; emergency/outage 800-862-6261 Plymouth Utilities: 920-893-1471 WE Energies: 800-242-9137; emergency/outage 800-662-4797

Oostburg Waste Water Treatment: 920-564-3396 Town of Sheboygan: 920-451-2325 Plymouth Utilities: 920-893-1471

Transportation Shoreline Metro

Shoreline Metro’s mission, through the efforts of dedicated, welltrained employees, is to offer a better alternative to driving in the Sheboygan area by providing safe, reliable and courteous public transportation to increase the quality of life and to complement economic growth. The central transfer point, and customer service office, is located at 828 Pennsylvania Ave. Cash fare is $1.75; children under 5 are free; passes and discounted tokens are available at the customer service office and from all drivers; 920-459-3285, www.shorelinemetro.com.

Gas

WE Energies: 800-242-9137; emergency/outage 800-261-5325 Wisconsin Public Service: 800-450-7260; emergency/ outage 800-450-7280

Local Cable/Satellite AT&T: 800-288-2020 Charter Communications: 888-438-2427 DISH Network: 877-653-0020 DirecTV: 800-DIRECTV

Operated by Burrows Aviation, the airport offers line services, flight instruction, aircraft inspection and maintenance, rental and aircraft sales. The airport features upscale dining and catering onsite at the Final Approach Restaurant, on-site Hertz car rental office, competitively priced Jet A fullservice and AV self-service fuel, and corporate rates for hotel accommodations. Facility offers a weather/flight planning room, comfortable passenger lobby, private pilot lounge, conference room, fax service and WiFi access; 920-467-6151, www.burrowsaviation.com.

Water

Sheboygan Water Utility: 920-459-3800 Kohler Municipal Water Utility: 920-459-3873 Plymouth Utilities: 920-893-1471

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GOVERNMENTS AND LEADERS Current as of April 2014

NATIONAL

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D) Washington office: 1 Russell Courtyard, Washington, DC 20510; 202-224-5653; www.baldwin.senate.gov Sen. Ron Johnson (R) Washington office: 386 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510; 202-224-5323; www.ronjohnson.senate.gov Rep. Tom Petri (R) 6th District Washington office: 2462 Rayburn Building, Washington, DC 20515; 202-225-2476; petri.house.gov Fond du Lac office: 490 West Rolling Meadows Drive, Suite B; 920-922-1180

STATE

Gov. Scott Walker (R) Madison office: Office of Governor Scott Walker, 115 East Capitol, Madison, WI 53702; Office telephone: (608) 266-1212; Web site: http://walker.wi.gov/; Sen. Joe Leibham (R) 9th Senate District Voting address: 3618 River Ridge Drive, Sheboygan, WI 53083 Madison office: Room 15 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison, WI 53707; 888-295-8750; http:// legis.wisconsin.gov/senate/ leibham; Sen.Leibham@legis. wisconsin.gov District telephone: 920-457-7367 Sen. Glenn Grothmann (R) 20th Senate District Voting address: 151 University Drive, 312 N, West Bend, WI 53095 Madison office: Room 10 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison, WI 53707-7882; 800-6621227; http:// legis.wisconsin.gov/ senate/grothman; Sen.Grothman@ legis.wisconsin.gov District telephone: 262-338-8061 Rep. Mike Endsley (R) 26th Assembly District Voting address: 1829 N. 27th Place, Sheboygan, WI 53081 Madison office: Room 219 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,

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Government Madison, WI 53708; 888-529-0026; http:// legis.wisconsin.gov/ assembly/endsley; Rep.Endsley@legis.wi.gov Rep. Steve Kestell (R) 27th Assembly District Voting address: W3829 State Highway 32, Elkhart Lake, WI 53020 Madison office: Room 212 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison, WI 53708; 888-529-0027; http:// legis. wisconsin.gov/assembly/kestell; Rep.Kestell@legis.wisconsin.gov Rep. Daniel LeMahieu (R) 59th Assembly District Voting address: W6284 Lake Ellen Drive, P.O. Box 277, Cascade, WI 53011 Madison office: Room 304 East, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison, WI 53708; 888-534-0059; http:// legis. wisconsin.gov/assembly/lemahieu; Rep.LeMahieu@legis.wisconsin.gov District telephone: 920-528-8679

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY

County Administrator Adam N. Payne Administration Building, 3rd Floor, Rm. 311, 508 New York Ave. 920-459-3103; payneanp@co.sheboygan.wi.us

LOCAL

City of Plymouth City Hall, 128 Smith St., Plymouth; 920-893-1271; www.ciplywi.com City of Sheboygan City Hall, 828 Center Ave., Sheboygan; 920-459-3317; www.ci.sheboygan.wi.us City of Sheboygan Falls City Hall, 375 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467–7900; www.cityofsheboyganfalls.com Village of Adell Village Hall, 508 Seifert St., Adell; 920-994-8620; www.adellwi.govoffice2.com Village of Cascade Village Hall, 301 First St., Cascade; 920-528-8642; www.villageofcascade.org

Village of Cedar Grove Village Hall, 22 Willow Ave., Cedar Grove; 920-668-6523; www.cedargrovewi.com

Town of Mosel Town Hall, W982 Highway FF, Sheboygan; 920-565-3700; www.townofmosel.com

Village of Elkhart Lake Village Hall, 40 Pine Street, Elkhart Lake; 920-876-2122; www.elkhartlake.com/village

Town of Plymouth Town Hall, 120 Suhrke Road, Plymouth; 920-893-5713; www.townplymouth.com

Village of Glenbeulah Village Hall, 110 N. Swift St., Glenbeulah; 920-526-3701; www.glenbeulah.org Village of Howards Grove Village Hall, 913 S. Wisconsin Drive, Howards Grove; 920-565-3511; www.howardsgrove.org Village of Kohler Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, Kohler; 920-459-3873; www.kohlervillage.org Village of Oostburg Village Hall, PO Box 700227, Oostburg; 920-564-3214; www.oostburg.org; Village of Random Lake Village Hall, 96 Russell Drive, Random Lake, 920-994-4852; www.randomlake.org Village of Waldo Village Hall, 810 W. Second St., Waldo; 920-528-8121; www.waldowi.us Town of Greenbush Town Hall, N6644 Sugarbush Road, Glenbeulah; 920-526-3115; www.towngreenbush.com

Town of Rhine Town Hall, W5250 Highway FF, Elkhart Lake; 920-876-3413; www.townrhine.com Town of Russell Town Hall N969 Highway H, Elkhart Lake; 920-894-2370; www.townrussell.com Town of Scott Town Hall, N1306 Boltonville Road, Adell; 920-994-4470 Town of Sheboygan Town Hall, 1512 N. 40th St., Sheboygan; 920-451-2320; www.townofsheboygan.org Town of Sheboygan Falls Town Hall, W3860 Highway O, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-1922 Town of Sherman Town Hall, W6566 Highway 144, Random Lake; 920-994-9421; www.townofshermanwi.com Town of Wilson Town Hall, 5933 South Business Drive, Sheboygan; 920-208-2390; www.townwilson.com

Town of Herman Town Hall, N8139 Franklin Road, Plymouth; 920-565-2934 Town of Holland Town Hall, W3005 Highway G, Cedar Grove; 920-668-6625; www.tn.holland.wi.gov Town of Lima Town Hall, N3689 Highway I, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6037; www.townlima.com Town of Lyndon Town Hall, W6081 Highway N., Plymouth; 920-528-7255; www.townoflyndon.com Town of Mitchell Town Hall, W8095 Parnell Road, Cascade; 920-528-7776; www.townofmitchell.com

Daniel Villarreal and Letiecia Ocanas steal a kiss in the hall way in near Court Commissioner Rebecca Persick’s room before their wedding Friday February 14, 2014 at the Sheboygan County courthouse. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

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Arts & Entertainment

Knaak + Juarez Studio

The Knaak + Juarez Studio is a 1900 sq. ft. warehouse space and is a new addition to the art scene in Sheboygan. Dale Knaak and Frank Juarez specialize in traditional, experimental, and abstract painting, respectively. Throughout the year it will be hosting various art-related events such as BLANK CANVAS, the BIG Show, private painting workshops, critique sessions, and so much more. The Knaak + Juarez Studio is located at 1310 Wisconsin Avenue, 2nd Floor, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Visit us at knaakandjuarezstudio.com 

John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Twelve art galleries feature exhibitions devoted to contemporary art, with particular consideration of the work of selftaught artists. Free art-making for all ages daily in The ARTery studio; classes, music, dance and theatrical performances. ARTspace gift shop, ARTcafe and an outdoor sculpture garden; 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-6144; www.jmkac.org; free.

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This gallery and shop of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center offers a wide selection of contemporary art, including paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture and craft-related forms by artists of North America. Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday; 725-G Woodlake Rd., Kohler; 920-452-8602.  

Bookworm Gardens

Bookworm Gardens is a whimsical, wonderful spot where nature, literature and the imagination come to life. Located adjacent to UW-Sheboygan, this 2.5 acre garden brings books to life in a beautiful garden setting. Organized into six gateways, books have been selected to appeal to the young and young at heart. The garden includes classics such as “Peter Rabbit” and “Charlotte’s Web,” as well as new literature hot off the press. The books are laminated

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and stored in stone pillars at the entrance to each gateway offering families the opportunity to read the books while interacting in each garden area. The garden is anchored by the Hansel and Gretel Learning Cottage, a quirky building housing two classrooms, an office, restrooms and a small retail area. Garden offers field trips, summer camps, tours and special events Supported by donations; free. Open May-October, 1415 Campus Dr., Sheboygan; 920-287-7895; bookwormgardens.org.

Elementastic Science Entertainment LLC

Elementastic provides hands-on science programs that are both educational and fun, offering science shows as well as experimenting workshops and birthday parties. They entertain children of all ages in small groups or up to several hundred people at a time. www. elementastic.com; 920-467-3400. www.elementastic.com.

Frank Juarez Gallery

The Frank Juarez Gallery specializes in painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation, and mixed media works by contemporary artists based in Wisconsin and throughout the U.S. We aim to create an accessible, educational, and engaging exhibition space for our artists, audience, and community. The Frank Juarez Gallery exhibits and promotes the works of artists who value innovation, technical discipline and artistic excellence in their chosen medium. Whether established, mid-career, or emerging, the gallery works with artists who possess that rare combination of skill, talent and work necessary to ensure success over the long-term. 1109 North 8th Street, Sheboygan; 920.559.7181; frankjuarezgallery.com; frankjuarezgallery@gmail.com.

Kohler Distinguished Guest Series

A program of the Kohler Foundation, Inc., it is a performing arts series that features internationally recognized performers in theatre, dance and music and is intended to provide world-class entertainment for reasonable prices. Kohler Memorial Theatre, 230 School St., Kohler; 920-458-1972, www.kohlerfoundation.org.

Lakeshore Chorale

Lakeshore Chorale Inc. consists of Lakeshore Chorale, a chamber choir of about 40 adult members and Lakeshore Youth Chorale, three choirs for children ages 7-18. Membership is by audition. Five concerts are presented each season; 920-451-1863. www.lakeshorechorale.org/.

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Marcus Sheboygan Cinema

Features digital presentations with the finest sound in all auditoriums including three digital 3D auditoriums and large SuperScreen. In addition to the latest Hollywood films, it also features unique special events including the New York Metropolitan Opera (MET) and more. CaptiView Closed Caption viewing system available for those who have trouble hearing; 3226 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan; 920-459-5120 marcustheatres.com.

Historic Plymouth Walking Tour

This self-guided tour features more than 50 historically significant homes, businesses and buildings, two of which are listed on national Register of Historic Places. Brochures available by calling the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, 888-693-8263.

Plymouth Arts Center

Premier arts destination in western Sheboygan County presenting a full schedule of changing exhibits in Gallery 110 North, art classes, music and theater performances, festivals and gift shop. Facility is available to rent for parties and business meetings; 520 E. Mill St.; 920-892-8409; www.plymoutharts.org.

Sheboygan Falls Walking Tour

Self-guided, 1½-hour tour featuring more than 30 homes, churches and buildings; two districts, the Cole District and Downtown Historic District, are listed on the National Register. Brochures and maps available; 504 Broadway, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6206

Sheboygan Performing Arts

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Lakeland College Theatre

SVA is a growing and active network of visual artists and supporters that enriches the community through the visual arts; www.sheboyganvisualartists.com.

Sheboygan Symphony

Symphony orchestra, with supporting chorus and children’s program; 830 N. Eighth St.; 920-452-1985; www.sheboygansymphony.org.

Restored 1920s-era theater designed in the Spanish colonial revival architectural style. Property was placed on the state and National Registers of Historic Places. Hosts big-name entertainers, community events and films. 826 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan; www.weillcenter.com; 920-208-3243.

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Sheboygan Concert Association 

www.sheboyganconcertassociation.com This is a non-profit organization committed to bring professional music performances to Sheboygan at a reasonable cost. They don’t sell individual tickets, but rather market a season membership which includes admission to all four of their yearly concerts. Concerts are held at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. at 7:30 p.m. For more information regarding membership, call Elizabeth Hueller, 920-458-1711.

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Women’s Chorus Greenbush Town Hall

Highway 23 and Sugar Bush Road 920-526-3389 www.sound-celebration.com Women of all ages and from many varied backgrounds come together on a weekly basis to sing four-part a cappella harmony in the barbershop style. Open to all women. Rehearsals are 6:45 p.m. Tuesdays.

Theater for Young Audiences (TYA)

921 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan 920-458-8184 info@tyasheb.org www.tyasheboygan.org TYA is an amazing place to play where all ages explore the theater arts onstage, backstage and out front.

University of WisconsinSheboygan Fine Arts Theatre Fine Arts Building

One University Dr., Sheboygan 920-459-6652 (Box Office) www.sheboygan.uwc.edu/studentlife/fine-arts-programs/ University Theatre produces at least two major productions each academic year, one during the fall semester and one during the spring semester. The Fine Arts Theatre facility is also home to the Sheboygan Chorus winter and spring concerts and the Fine Arts Gallery’s monthly rotating exhibits. The facility is available to the community for meetings and special events.

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Assemblies of God

Christian Life Assembly of God, 933 Krumrey St., Plymouth; 920-892-4080

Baptist-American

Falls Community Church, 633 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-2480

Baptist-General Conference

Crossroads Community Church, office: 532 S. Eighth St., Suite 203, Sheboygan; 920-694-1552.

Baptist-Independent Blessed Hope Baptist Church, 1504 St Clair Ave., Sheboygan; 920-457-4557 Faith Baptist Church, 1223 Krumrey St., Plymouth; 920-892-4033 Cornerstone Baptist Church, mail: P.O. Box 1331 Sheboygan; service: 4015 Superior Ave. Sheboygan, 920-207-6019.

Baptist-North American

Bethel Baptist Church, 2411 Weeden Creek Rd., Sheboygan; 920-452-4860

Bible-Independent

Churches

Our Lady of the Lakes St. Patrick Catholic Chapel, W4690 Highway A, Adell 920-994-4380 St. Ann’s Parish, N188 School St., New Holstein, 920-894-3147 St. Clement Parish, 522 New York Ave., Sheboygan, 920-457-4629 St. Cyril & Methodius Church, 822 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan; 920-457-7110 St. Dominic Parish, 2133 N. 22nd St., Sheboygan; 920-458-7070 St. John Evangelist Catholic Church, 600 Green Tree Road, Kohler; 920-452-9623 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 115 Plymouth St., Plymouth; 920-892-4006 St. Peter Claver Parish, 1444 S. 11th St., Sheboygan; 920-457-9408 St. Peter & Paul Parish, 413 Fremont, Kiel, 920-894-3553 St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 94 N. Lincoln St., Elkhart Lake; 920-876-2457.

Christian-Reformed

Immaculate Conception Parish, 2720 Henry St.., Sheboygan; 920-457-3967 Our Lady of the Lakes St. Mary Chapel, 230 Butler St., Random Lake, 920-994-4380 Our Lady of the Lakes St. Nicholas Chapel, W4274 Highway K, Dacada, 920-994-4380

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The Church of God at Sheboygan, 1314 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan; 920-452-2611

Conservative Congregational Christian Conference St. Paul’s Christian, N8903 Highway J, Town of Russell; 920-781-0017 St. Peter Evangelical Church, Town of Rhine, W5375 Highway FF, Elkhart Lake; 920-781-0017

Episcopal

Christian & Missionary Alliance

Community Alliance Church, 5404 Highway A., Sheboygan Falls; 920-458-2444 Plymouth Alliance Church, 1203 Fairview Drive, Plymouth; 920-893-5525 Southside Alliance Church, 4321 Highway A, Sheboygan; 920-458-7075 Hmong Community Alliance Church, 2916 S. 11th St., Sheboygan, 920-458-2444

Christian Science

First Church of Christ, Scientist, 2512 N. Ninth St., Sheboygan, 920-458-2673

Beth el Congregation, 1007 North Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-5828

First United Lutheran Church, 2401 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan; 920-452-2401 Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth; 920-892-7431 St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 1711 S. 11th St., Sheboygan; 920-452-2878 St. Luke Lutheran Church, N6193 Highway 32, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6149

Grace Episcopal Church, 1011 N. Seventh St., Sheboygan; 920-452-9659

St. Peter Lutheran Church, 2104 Geele Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-4771

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 192, 312 E. Main St., Plymouth; 920-892-4894

Lutheran-Missouri Synod

Evangelical Free Church of America

Hmong Christian Reformed Church, 1556 N. 16th St., Sheboygan; 920-458-1710

Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 1724 Madison St., New Holstein; 920-898-4884

LutheranEvangelical Lutheran Church in America

First Christian Reformed Church, 428 Geele Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3112

Living Hope Bible Church, Mail: Box 70079, Oostburg; service: Village Exchange, 114 N. Ninth St., Oostburg, 920-564-3993

Holy Name of Jesus Parish, 818 Huron Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-7721

Church of God

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 104 Elm St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6639

First Christian Reformed, 216 S. Seventh St., Oostburg; 920-564-2725

Blessed Trinity Parish, 319 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-4616

Jewish

Community Church of Christ, 1124 Pershing Ave., Sheboygan; 920-457-3232

Calvin Christian Reformed Church, 2313 Saemann Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-0092

Grace Bible Church, 300 Neugent St., Adell, 920-994-9409

Roman Catholic

Church of Christ

Bethany Lutheran Church, 222 Church St., Kohler; 920-457-4681

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1121 Georgia Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-4331

Evangelical Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St., Sheboygan; 920-452-6520

Christ Lutheran Church, 3816 S. 12th St., Sheboygan; 920-457-9205

Evangelical Covenant

Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 326 Center Ave., Adell, 920-994-9005

Zion Evangelical Covenant Church, 1125 N. Sixth St., Sheboygan; 920-457-7800

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1614 S. 23rd St., Sheboygan; 920-452-8759

Full Gospel

Grace Lutheran Church, 210 N. Lincoln St., Elkhart Lake; 920-876-2341

Ministry of Peace Christian Center, 2016 N. 13th St., Sheboygan; 920-208-2293

Greek Orthodox

St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church, 1425 S. 10th St., Sheboygan; 920-452-2296

Jehovah’s Witnesses

Jehovah’s Witnesses, North/South/ Spanish Congregation, 3328 North Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-8467. Jehovah’s Witnesses Kiel Congregation, 16350 Keller Road, Kiel; 920-894-4000

Grace Lutheran Church, W1264 Highway FF, Haven; 920-565-2186. Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1634 Illinois Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-7266 Immanuel Lutheran Church, W8497 Brazelton Drive, Random Lake, 920-994-9060 Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 1127 Eisner Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-1322 Continued on page 12 >>>

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Join Us At the Ball Park Sheboygan A’s Baseball games are a great way to get out and have fun with family and friends. For more information visit our website. Website www.sheboyganbaseball.org Email info@sheboyganbaseball.org

Promotional Nights Join us at the ballpark for great promotional nights. Visit our website for a full listing.

Live Music Enjoy great ballpark classics as well as a variety of other music and even music by our very own house band.

Great Food Enjoy all your fovorite game day foods like hotdogs, burgers and brats. Wash it all down with a variety of ice cold beverages.

Tickets Single game tickets start at just $3 for adults and season tickets start at just $40.

Professional Alumni Over 34 professional alumni and counting, including four currently in professional baseball (two of which are in the Milwaukee Brewers organization).

Fun For All Enjoy America’s favorite past time with family and friends at the next Sheboygan A’s game.

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The Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, 3027 Wilgus Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-0717 Our Savior’s Savior’s Lutheran Lutheran Church, Church, Our 917 Mead Mead Ave., Ave., Sheboygan; Sheboygan; 917 920-452-4005 920-452-4005 St. John Lutheran Church, St. John Lutheran Church, 222 N. Stafford St., Plymouth; 222 n. Stafford St., Plymouth; 920-893-3071 920-893-3071 St. Mark Lutheran Church, St. Mark Lutheran Church, 1019 N. Seventh St., Sheboygan; 1019 n. Seventh St., Sheboygan; 920-458-4343 920-458-4343 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1810 N. 13th St., Sheboygan; 920-452-6829 St. paul’s Lutheran Church, 1810 n. 13th St.,Lutheran Sheboygan; 920-452-6829 St. Paul Church, 730paul Highway PPP, Church, Sheboygan Falls; St. Lutheran 920-467-6449 730 Highway PPP, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6449 St. Stephen Lutheran Church, N1510 Highway 28, Batavia; St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 920-994-9060 n1510 Highway 28, Batavia; St. Thomas Lutheran Church 920-994-9060 N4097 County Road M, Waldo Trinity Lutheran Church, town of 920-467-1888 Wilson, 6522 South Business drive, Trinity Lutheran Church, Town of Sheboygan; Wilson, 6522920-458-8881 South Business Drive, Sheboygan; 920-458-8881 Trinity Lutheran Church, 824 Wisconsin Ave., Sheboygan; Trinity Lutheran Church, 824 Wisconsin Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-8246 920-458-8246

Trinity Lutheran Church, W2776 Highway 32, Howards Grove; 920-565-3669 Zion Lutheran Lutheran Church, Church, 220 220 e. E. Main Zion Main St., Glenbeulah; 920-526-3152 St., Glenbeulah; 920-526-3152

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Calvary evangelical Lutheran Church, 2132 N. 27th St., Church, 2132 n. 27th St., Sheboygan; 920-458-4822 Sheboygan; 920-458-4822 Good Shepherd Evangelical good Shepherd evangelical Lutheran Church, N5990 Country Lutheran n5990 Country Aire Road,Church, Plymouth; 920-893-0207 Aire Road, Plymouth; 920-893-0207 St. John St. Peter Lutheran St. John 1255 St. peter Lutheran Ave., Church, W. Washington Church, 1255 W. Washington Ave., Cleveland; 920-693-8612 Cleveland; 920-693-8612 St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, MillersvilleLutheran Ave., St. paul’s441 evangelical Howards441 Grove; 920-565-3780 Church, Millersville Ave., Howards Grove; 920-565-3780

Non-Denominational Church of Christ, 1815 N. 29th St., Non-Denominational Sheboygan; 920-458-7409 Church of Christ, 1815 n. 29th St., Sheboygan; 920-458-7409 Immanuel Bible Church, 2428 Superior Ave., Sheboygan; Immanuel Bible Church, 920-458-4979 2428 Superior Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-4979

Presbyterian, Evangelical

New Life Community Church, 601 eastern Eastern Ave., Plymouth; 920-893-5433 North Shore gathering, Gathering, 3821 Kohler Memorial dr., Dr., Suite 103, Sheboygan; 920-453-9525 Oakbrook Community Church, 1624 Broadway, Sheboygan; 920-451-0991 The Salvation army, Army, 710 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3723 Word of grace Grace Community Church, 837 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6058

Pentecostal

praise Praise Fellowship, 2313 n. N. 31st St., Sheboygan; 920-452-0111 pentecostals Pentecostals of Sheboygan County, 621 Broadway St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-9090

Presbyterian

First presbyterian Presbyterian Church, 1429 n. N. Fifth St., Sheboygan; 920-457-7891 First Presbyterian presbyterian Church, 118 S. eighth Eighth St., oostburg; Oostburg; 920-564-2936

First Evangelical evangelical presbyterian Presbyterian Church, 221 n. N. Main St., Cedar Grove; 920-668-6531

Presbyterian, Orthodox

Bethel Orthodox Presbyterian presbyterian Church, 609 Center Ave., oostburg; Oostburg; 920-564-2300 Calvary Orthodox presbyterian Presbyterian Church, 136 W. union Union Ave., Cedar Grove; 920-668-6463 grace presbyterian Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 4930 Green Valley Lane, Sheboygan; 920-565-2160

Reformed Church in America

Bethany Reformed Church, 1315 Washington Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-0051 Faith Reformed Church, 243 S. Fourth St., Cedar Grove; 920-668-6725 Continued on page 13 >>>

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First Reformed Church, 927 Superior Ave., Oostburg; 920-564-2319 First Reformed Church, 237 S. Main St., Cedar Grove; 920-668-6261 First Reformed Church of Sheboygan Falls, 527 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-3251 Gibbsville Reformed Church, N3145 Highway 32, Sheboygan Falls; 920-564-3434 Hingham Reformed Church, W4390 Church Road, Hingham; 920-564-2879 Hope Reformed Church, 612 Ontario Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-5648

United Church of Christ

Bethel United Church of Christ, W4225 County Line Road, Elkhart Lake; 920-565-2977 Community United Church of Christ, 174 N. East St., Elkhart Lake; 920-876-2525 Ebenezer United Church of Christ, 3215 Saemann Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-9766 First Congregational Church, 310 Bluff Ave., Sheboygan; 920-457-4818 First Congregational UCC, 1405 Highway 67, Plymouth; 920-893-3411

Remedy, 806 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan; 920-451-4549

Grace United Church of Christ, 500 School St., Kohler; 920-452-6795

Seventh-Day Adventist

Immanuel United Church of Christ, W3694 Highway FF, Plymouth; 920-565-3554

Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 3910 Erie Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3381

Our Shepherd United Church of Christ, 710 Ethan Allen Drive, Howards Grove; 920-565-3376

Salem Plankroad UCC, N5691 Highway M, Plymouth; 920-467-6808 Salem United Church of Christ, 217 Salem Drive, Plymouth; 920-892-7456 Saron United Church of Christ, W3830 Highway J, Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6202 St. John’s United Church of Christ, 1248 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-5296 St. John’s United Church of Christ, 98 Random Lake Road, Random Lake; 920-994-4425 St. John’s United Church of Christ, W3401 Orchard Road, Elkhart Lake; 920-565-2631 St. Mark’s United Church of Christ, N9286 Dairyland Drive, Cleveland; 920-693-8361 St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 2114 Wedemeyer St., Sheboygan; 920-458-1611 St. Peter’s United Church of Christ, 424 Fremont St., Kiel; 920-894-2404

United Methodist

Bethel United Methodist Church, 10509 Meggers Rd., New Holstein; 920-467-6244 Faith United Methodist Church, 633 Detroit St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-6244 Fountain Park United Methodist Church, 828 Erie Ave., Sheboygan; 920-452-1319 St. Luke United Methodist Church, 623 Ontario Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3461 Trinity United Methodist Church, 425 N. Lyndon St., Waldo; 920-528-7123 Wesley United Methodist Church, 823 Union Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-4889 Zion United Methodist, N. 1667 Highway 28, Adell; 920-994-4510

Unity

Unity Church of Sheboygan, 2409 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan; 920-452-5447

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Sheboygan County Libraries

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Cedar Grove Public Library 131 W. Van Altena Ave., Cedar Grove www.cedargrovelibrary.net 920-668-6834

Mead Public Library 710 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan www.meadpubliclibrary.org 920-459-3400

Eastern Shores Library System 4632 S. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan www.esls.lib.wi.us 920-208-4900

Oostburg Public Library 213 N. Eighth St., Oostburg www.oostburglibrary.org 920-564-2934

Elkhart Lake Public Library 40 Pine St., Elkhart Lake www.elkhartlakepubliclibrary.org 920-876-2554

Plymouth Public Library 130 Division St., Plymouth www.plymouthpubliclibrary.net 920-892-4416

Kohler Public Library 333 Upper Road, Kohler www.kohlerpubliclibrary.org 920-459-2923

Sheboygan Falls Memorial Library 330 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls www.sheboyganfallslibrary.org 920-467-7908

Lakeview Community Library 112 Butler St., Random Lake www.lakeviewcommunitylibrary.org 920-994-4825

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Farmers Markets

Enjoy YOUR Golden Years!

At LibbyĘźs House everyone benefits from our daily therapeutic programming which focuses on the mind, body and spirit. Our compassionate and dependable caregivers provide peace of mind throughout the day and night by providing appropriate person-directed care.

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Elkhart Lake Farmers & Artisans Market

Every Saturday June through midOctober. Open 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Elkhart Lake’s Historic Railroad Depot (corner of Rhine & Lake Streets), 920-876-2922; or email farmersmarket@elkhartlake.com

Kiel Farmer’s Market

Every Wednesday noon to 4 p.m. June through October. Kiel City Park, 4th and Paine St., Kiel. 920-894-2909.

New Holstein Farmer’s Market Every Saturday 7-11 a.m., June through October, fire station on Wisconsin Ave.(Hwy 57), New Holstein, 920-898-5766.

Plymouth Farmers Market

Large assortment of Wisconsingrown vegetables, egg rolls and baked goods; 12:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesdays June-September;

Generations Building, 1500 Douglas Drive, south corner, Plymouth; 920-893-0079; www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

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Sheboygan Farmers Market

Board Certified Doctors

Egg rolls, baked goods and a large assortment of vegetables; June 2-October 31; 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays; Fountain Park, Eighth Street and Ontario Avenue; 920-457-7272, ext. 11.

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Sheboygan Winter Farmers Market

Hosted by the Sheboygan Co. Interfaith Organization, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. first and third Saturdays, November-early May. First Congregational UCC, 310 Bluff Ave., Lucas Hall, Sheboygan. Products available include honey, breads, meats, cheese, eggs, pastries, crafts and more; 920-457-7272, ext. 11.

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Senior Citizens

Sheboygan County Health and Human Services, 1011 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920- 459-6400. Sheboygan Senior Activity Center, 428 Wisconsin Ave., Sheboygan 920-459-3290. The Gathering Place, adult daycare, 730 Highway PPP, Sheboygan Falls, 920-627-6847.

Senior Living, Nursing Home and Hospice Care

Arbor View Communities Assisted Living, 1900 Arbor View Drive, Plymouth, 920-893-4200.

Volunteer Banquet 2013. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

St. Nicholas Home Health and Hospice, 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 920-457-5770.

Senior Resources/ Services

Woodland Manor, 851 Fond Du Lac Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-6270.

AARP Chapter 338, 11:30 a.m. third Tuesday, Arabella’s Family Restaurant, 725 Indiana Ave. Sheboygan, 920-467-6634.

Project Independence TLC Adult Day Service, adult day care, 3816 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, 920-452-3768 Aging & Disability Resource Center, 650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-4100. Alzheimer’s Support Group, Sheboygan County Health and Human Services, 1011 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-467-4182. Alzheimer’s Association Early Stages Support Group, 2:30-3:30 p.m. third Tuesday, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Room 100, 730 Highway PPP, Sheboygan Falls, 920-838-1311 or 920-946-7627. Early Stage Dementia and Care Partner Group, 2 to 3 p.m., third Tuesday, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, 920-284-6584 or 920-838-1311.

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Family Caregiver Support Group, Aging & Disability Resource Center, 650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-4100. Health Care Resource Center, Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-3951.

Countryside Manor West, assisted living for early to late stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia, 4228 Kadlec Drive, Sheboygan, 920-452-2229.

Meals on Wheels, 1004 S. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan, 920-451-7011.

Generations, 1500 Douglas Drive, Plymouth, 920-892-4821.

Memory Loss Caregiver Support Group, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. fourth Tuesday, Sheboygan County Health/Human Services, 1011 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-467-4100.

Golden Living Center, 3129 Michigan Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-1155

Memory Loss Caregiver Support Group, 6:30-8 p.m. second Tuesday, Libby’s House North, 2586 Valley Road, Plymouth, 920-946-7627.

Kindredhearts of Plymouth, 112 S. River Blvd., Plymouth, 920-893-8334.

Men-Only Family Caregiver Support Group, 6:30-8 p.m. second Wednesday, Memorial Library, lower level meeting room, 330 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls, 757-903-6408 or 920-458-3168. Sheboygan County Division of Aging, 654 Forest Ave, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-4100.

Homes for Independent Living, 920-459-9554.

Landmark Square, residential living, 832 N. Sixth St., Sheboygan, 920-458-2137, ext. 813. Libby’s House East, 2653 Valley Road, Plymouth, 920-892-8324. Libby’s House North, 2586 Valley Road, Plymouth, 920-892-4635.

Libby’s House of Chilton, 323 Field Lane, Chilton, 920-849-4657. Lighthouse Commons, assisted living, 930 N. Sixth St., Sheboygan, 920-458-2137. Meadow View Manor, 3613 S. 13th St., 920-458-4040. Morning Side Health Center, 3431 N. 13th St., 920-458-5046. Pine Haven Oostburg Assisted Living, 701 Pine Dr., Oostburg, 920-564-6800. Pine Haven Christian Home, 531 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-2401. Plymouth Care Center, 916 E. Clifford St., Plymouth, 920-893-4777. Prairie Crossing, assisted living, 1280 Pine Haven Lane, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-2400. Project Independence Adult Daycare, 3816 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, 920-694-1162. Rocky Knoll Health Care Facility, N7135 Rocky Knoll Parkway, Plymouth; 920-893-6441. Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice, W2850 Highway 28, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-1800. Sheboygan Progressive Care Center, 1902 Mead Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-8333. Sheboygan Senior Community, 930 N. 6th St., Sheboygan, 920-458-2137. South Horizon Senior Living, 930 E. Clifford St., Plymouth, 920-893-2485. Sunny Ridge Health and Rehabilitation Center, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-459-3028.

Libby’s House, 2581 Valley Rd., Plymouth, 920-893-2754.

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Above & Beyond Children’s Museum More than 10,000 square feet of space with dozens of “hands-on” interactive exhibits which will intrigue children of all ages, including the “grown up” kind. The mission of the museum is to provide a special place for children and their families where play and education connect through exploration and discovery. Open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and Sunday; $6 per person; free for members & children under 2; 902 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-458-4263; www.abkids.org.

Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin

Located at the Sheboygan County airport, this facility invites you to enjoy their aviation museum, library and educational center. Hours November through March are Thursday-Friday from 10-5 pm. and Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. From April through October Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday from 9-1 p.m. 6191 Resource Drive, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-2043; www.ahcw.org.

Elkhart Lake Depot Museum

A 100-year-old railroad station listed on the National Register of Historic Places contains many original depot furnishings, newspaper clippings, photos and a variety of other mementos of the community’s history. The Depot is on the National Register of Historic Places. Corner of Rhine and Lake Streets, Elkhart Lake. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day; 920-876-2922.

Henschel’s Indian Museum & Trout Farm

Collection of American Indian history and artifacts including weapons, pottery, antler artifacts and copper pieces dating to 8000 B.C. Includes museum and gift shop on archeological dig site. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, and by appointment. N8661 Holstein Road, Elkhart Lake; 920-8763193; www.henschelsindianmuseumandtroutfarm.com.

Heritage School

Go back to the past and experience a classroom from 1876. From its old flap-seated desks to a properly attired school marm prepared to hear the daily recitations of reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic, visitors will see an authentically restored and appointed 1876 two-room school house at Eighth and Kentucky, Sheboygan. Open 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays, June-August, or by appointment. Free; 920-459-3512.

Museums

Het Museum / Te Ronde House

Dutch memorabilia and early household and commercial artifacts from settlements at Cedar Grove and Amsterdam housed in a former cheese factory and blacksmith’s shop. 118 Main St., Cedar Grove. Open June-August; contact Village of Cedar Grove, 920-668-6523.

Kohler Design Center

A three-level showcase of innovative product design and technology, creative achievement and American history. A fusion of old and new, the space offers a comprehensive representation of Kohler Co.’s stateof-the-art products and examples of the company’s contributions to gracious living and interior design. Lower level is the Arts/Industry Gallery and Museum paying tribute to the company’s long and colorful history. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. MondayFriday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. 101 Upper Road, Kohler; 920-457-3699. www. KohlerDesignCenter.com.

Luxembourg-American Cultural Center and Roots and Leaves Museum

Housed in the rebuilt Mamer-Hansen Luxembourgian stone barn originally built in 1872 by Jacob Mamer, a Luxembourg immigrant who came to the area in 1846, the Roots and Leaves Museum tells the story of the Luxembourg immigration to America. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday-Friday; 1 to 4 p.m, 1st and 3rd Saturday. 100 Peter Thein Ave., Belgium. 262-4765086, www.lacs.lu/cultural-society.

Plymouth Historical Society Museum

Located in the heart of Plymouth’s downtown, the William Sebald building was constructed in 1876 of cream city brick. In its early beginnings Sebald sold root beer and ale on the first floor while raising his family on the second floor. Over the years the storefront saw many businesses including a meat market, newspaper, foot doctor and barber shop. Today the building is home to a handicapped accessible museum, displaying artifacts including an extensive collection of Indian arrowheads, local cheese industry, Hattie Grogan paintings, and World War I and II exhibits of local interest. The newest, Plank Road Trail, allows visitors to walk oak planks with a panoramic view of Plymouth 1869. Three store fronts offer a look at early life as well as a Kitchen Exhibit

The Wade House carriage house. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

circa 1880 to 1940. Exhibits change throughout the year. Open 10-2 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. Free; 420 E. Mill St. Plymouth; 920-893-1876; www. plymouthhistoricalsociety.com.

Sheboygan County Historical Research Center

Local history archive specializing in the preservation and storage of written records of all of Sheboygan County and the surrounding areas. Programs include Third Saturdays, in which specific topics are addressed, and instructive genealogy classes. Open to the public. 518 Water St., Sheboygan Falls; 920-467-4667; www.schrc.org.

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Sheboygan County Historical Museum

Indoor exhibits include American Indian, maritime, pharmacy, doctor’s office, circus, baseball and a changing seasonal exhibit. Also Victorian-style home built in the early 1850s; log home; barn housing antique farm machinery and large implements; and cheese factory built in 1867. 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan. Open MondayFriday April 1-Oct. 31; and the “Third Saturday” of the month, Jan. through Oct. for special programming. Special Holiday Memories Christmas exhibit opens Friday after Thanksgiving -Dec. 30; 920-458-1103; Admission: $5 for adults, $2 for ages 7-12. Ages 6 and under are free. Members and their guest are free. www. sheboygancounty.com/government/ departments-f-q/historical-museum; Continued on page 18 >>>

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Wade House

The centerpiece of this Wisconsin Historical Society property is the 27-room stagecoach hotel built in 1850, which comes to life through interactive tours led by costumed guides. The historic core of the site also features a reproduced mid-19th century water-powered, up-anddown saw and working blacksmith shop. The new Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum is adjoined to a new Visitor Center that includes orientation exhibits, cafe, gift

store, and meeting spaces. Daily and special programs and events throughout the year. Horse-drawn wagon ride included with admission. Open 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. daily; and 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. on Sundays, midMay through mid-October; Visitor Center and Carriage Museum open year-round; 920-526-3271; W7965 Highway 23, Greenbush; www. wadehouse.org.

Waelderhaus

Enjoy a bit of Austria at this alpine chalet, a replica of the ancestral home of the Kohler family. “House

in the woods” reflects the spirit and architecture of the Bregenzerwald region of Austria, designed by Austrian sculptor architect Kaspar Albrecht and featuring intricate carvings, woodcuts, reliefs, iron and pewter work, candle-reflected waterglobe lighting fixtures, a tile stove and wrought-iron radiator covers. 1100 West Riverside, Kohler. Tours at 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., except holidays; free; 920-457-8000; www.AmericanClub.com.

Wreck of the Lottie Cooper

Built in 1876, the Lottie Cooper is a schooner that capsized and sunk in gale-force winds in 1894 just off the Sheboygan Harbor. Her remains later were recovered and re-assembled and are displayed at Deland Park. Self-guided and guided tours available. Broughton Drive in front of the marina, Sheboygan. Always open; free.

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CAMP ANOKIJIG Youth Summer Camp

• Ages 7-16 • HUGE variety of activities • Overnight sessions from 4 days to 1 or more weeks • Specialties, Teen Programs, Adventure Trips

Family Camp Weekends

• Kids and Adults of any age • Various Spring and Fall Weekends • Hearty meals and lodging provided • HUGE variety of activities provided

Public Horseback Riding

• Miles of scenic trails • Ages 7 and above • “Corral Rides” available for kids 6 and under • Customizable for Scout badge requirements

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Oostburg Area Chamber of Commerce www.oostburgchamber.com 920-564-6500

Sheboygan County Chamber Tourism www.visitsheboygan.com 920-457-9491/800-457-9497

Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce www.randomlake.org 920-994-9054

Tourism Alliance of Sheboygan County (TASC) www.visitsheboygancounty.com

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Boat Launch Ramps

The City of Sheboygan maintains boat launch ramps at three locations: off 14th Street Bridge, in the 1300 block of Niagara Avenue; in Deland Park, on the lakefront. Fish cleaning station and public restrooms are nearby; and off Eighth Street, just north of the Eighth Street Bridge. At South Pier, there is a fish cleaning station and public restrooms. Annual permits are available at The Wharf, the Harbor Centre Marina and at the Department of Public Works (2026 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan). Envelopes are provided above the fee box at each boat ramp. County-managed public launch ramps are located at Beechwood Lake, Crystal Lake, Elkhart Lake, Little Elkhart Lake, Gerber Lake, Jetzer’s Lake and the Sheboygan Marsh; www. sheboygancounty.com/government/ departments/planning-and-conservation/ facilities/boat-landings/other-sheboygancounty-public-access-points.

Camp Y-Koda

Camp Y-Koda is an 80-acre summer camp and year-round outdoor education and retreat center located just west of Sheboygan Falls on the Sheboygan River. Camp provides summer camp options for ages 4-17; outdoor educational opportunities to school groups pre-k through high school; a conference center and lodges for youth retreats, weddings, family reunions, business outings and more. Camp also offers family programs throughout the year with activities including swimming, archery, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, climbing wall, team building, high ropes courses and more; 920-467-6882; www.sheboygancountyymca.org.

Charter Fishing

Charter fishing on Lake Michigan. Lake contains varieties of salmon and trout. Book early. Riverfront, Sheboygan; www.visitsheboygan.com/play/wateractivities/fishing.

Cross-Country Ski Trails

Enjoy 11.3 miles of trails are groomed in the Greenbush area of the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, plus 12 miles in the Quarryview-EvergreenMaywood corridor in Sheboygan and two miles in Kohler-Andrae State Park.

Fireman’s Park & Swimming Beach

Seasonal recreation with sand beach, concession stand, picnic tables, grills and sand volleyball courts. Reserve the sheltered area for outdoor events. Admission. Open summer months 10 a.m.; 411 S. Lake St., Elkhart Lake; 920-876-3788.

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Harbor Centre Marina

The marina, owned by the City of Sheboygan, and operated by Skipper Bud’s, features 281 slips for permanent, seasonal and transient boaters. Winter storage facilities, boat haul out and launch services also available. Also has docks for mega yachts. Amenities for boaters include lounge, convenience store, laundry, shower and restroom facilities, pool, whirlpool, fuel and full-service mechanic. 821 Broughton Dr., Sheboygan. Slip fees vary; 920-458-6665; www.harborcentremarina.com.

Harbor Pointe Miniature Golf

Located on the south pier, this 18-hold miniature golf course is a fun outing for all ages. 322 S. Pier Drive, Sheboygan; 920-783-6611.

Ice Age Trail

Around15,000 years ago during the Ice Age, much of North America lay under a huge glacier. Mammoths, saber tooth cats and cave lions roamed the earth. Some of the best evidence of this glacier is found in Wisconsin such as the state’s many lakes, river valleys, gently rolling hills, and ridges. The nearly 1,200 mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail, established in 1980, traces the glacier’s edge; 800-227-0046; www.iceagetrail.org or www.nps.gov/iatr.

Inland Fishing

There are 72 lakes, rivers and ponds in Sheboygan County. Besides Lake Michigan, the deepest is Elkhart Lake at 127 feet. There are plenty of boat launches and charter fishing boats.

Lakefront Trail

Paved, all-purpose one-mile trail from the Harbor Centre Marina to the North Point overlook. Broughton Drive, Sheboygan. Always open; 920-457-9495.

Old Plank Road Trail

This popular, 17-mile, American Planning Association award-winning trail accommodates bicyclists, runners, walkers, in-line skaters, horseback riders, moped users, Nordic skiers, and snowmobilers on 10 feet of asphalt and 8 feet of turf. The trail parallels state Highway 23 from Sheboygan, past the Village of Kohler, Sheboygan Falls, Plymouth, and onto historic Greenbush, linking with the Ice Age Trail in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Amenities include lighted and landscaped trailheads, benches, water and emergency telephones. Always open; 920-459-3060.

Plymouth Aquatic Center

Zero-depth entry outdoor pool. Water features, slide, sandbox area, concessions. Offers swimming lessons and water aerobics. Open mid-June to mid-Septem-

ber, Plymouth City Park, Plymouth, North Milwaukee Street and Suhrke Road; www. plymouthgov.com/pac; 920-893-8351.

Road America’s Go-Kart Racing

Karting is one of the world’s most popular forms of motorsports and happens weekly on Road America’s Briggs & Stratton Motorplex. Kart racing isn’t just for kids anymore, classes are available for adults too. The Road America Kart Club(RAKC) offers two championship racing series, the Saturday series and the Tuesday evening series. The Saturday series runs both 2 and 4 cycle engines on select weekends, while the Tuesday evening series runs 4-cycle engines and Kid Karts. Drivers compete in different classes according to age and engine choices (Kid Karts age 5 to 7, Sports Class 8 to 12, Junior Class 12 to 15, Senior Class 15 and up). For more information contact Road America at 1-800- 365-RACE or visit www.rakartclub.com.

Seventh Element Skateboard Park

This outdoor skateboard park in Plymouth has something for everyone, regardless of age or skill level, including quarter pipe hips, launch ramps, bank ramp hips, jump boxes, wedges (flat and stair), grind rails, a roll in, a spine and a grind ledge. No bikes allowed.The park is open daily 9 a.m. to sunset; free; located at the corner of Suhrke Road and North Milwaukee Street, at City Park in Plymouth.

Sheboygan Area School District Community Recreation Department

Provides variety of enriching and fun recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. Programs include fitness classes, fitness centers at North and South High Schools, swimming lessons, adult and youth sports (flag football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer and volleyball), preschool programming, enrichment classes for youth and adults, special needs programming, tennis, gymnastics, special summer events and more. Three detailed catalogs published each year; 607 S. Water St., Sheboygan; 920-4593773; www.sheboyganrec.com.

Sheboygan County YMCA – Sheboygan Y – Sheboygan Falls Y The YMCA is about Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility with a Christian emphasis. The Y provides programs and recreational activities for youth six months through adult senior years. Program areas include: swimming, gymnastics, weight and aerobic training, youth and adult sports and leagues, dance, child care, outdoor

education, seasonal and summer camps and special events. Sheboygan Y, 812 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan, 920-4518000; Sheboygan Falls Y, 305 Buffalo St,, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-2464 and Camp Y-Koda, 3340 Sunset Road, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-6882; www.sheboygancountyymca.org.

Sheboygan Lakers’ Ice Center

Indoor ice skating is available from the middle of September until the 2nd week of March. Host annual Ice Bowling event in March and a craft fair at the end of March; Ice Center available for rent throughout summer for events. sheboyganlakershockey.com; 920-458-3111.

Sheboygan Public Skate Park

Free outdoor public park that allows skateboards, blades and bikes at all times. Park is lighted and is open daily until 10 p.m. Features are located on an asphalt surface and constructed of wood and steel. Kiwanis Park, Sheboygan.

Sheboygan Urban Rec Trail

Provides a west-east link between the Old Plank Road Trail and Sheboygan’s Harbor Centre and lakefront. It traverses parks and green spaces, winds through historic residential and commercial districts, and provides access to Sheboygan’s Central Business District, as well as numerous scenic, historical, cultural and recreational sites. Designated as a bicycle trail, it is also suitable for walkers and in-line skaters. The 4.25 mile long trail extends from the west side of Sheboygan, beginning at the eastern trailhead of the popular multi-use Old Plan Road Trail, to Lake Michigan. The bikeway follows clearly marked routes, which incorporate bike paths, common usage trails, bike lanes and wide curb lanes.

Sheboygan Yacht Club

Sheboygan Yacht Club members and their guests enjoy a sensational view of Lake Michigan and the Sheboygan Harbor, one of few year-round full-service yacht clubs on the Great Lakes. Our boating members take advantage of harbor facilities, dry storage and a derrick yard with winter storage. The club is located adjacent to the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Sailing CenterSheboygan, one of four in the U.S. and the only one on the Great Lakes. Serving dinner Tuesday-Sunday and lunch WednesdaySunday. Please inquire for seasonal hours of operation; 214 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan; www.sheboyganyachtclub. com or call 920-458-6601.

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Shipwreck Diving

Shipwrecks of the schooner Hetty Taylor and the steamer Seleh Chamberlain are marked by buoys with anchor hooks and descent lines just a few miles off Sheboygan to enable divers to investigate and study the ships that went down in 1880 and 1886, respectively; www.wisconsinshipwrecks.org.

Snowmobile Trails

Sheboygan County has about 275 miles of snowmobile trails, which are maintained by local snowmobile clubs; www. nkmsnow.com.

Sports Core

Nestled on the shores of Wood Lake in Kohler, this private club has served its members as well as guests of The American Club and Inn on Woodlake for over 30 years. From swimming and tennis to group fitness classes and state-of-the-art salon services; offers a wide range of activities and opportunities to enhance your fitness and outlook on life. Enjoy the outdoors on the open-air deck with co-ed whirlpool

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Two, 18-hole mini-golf courses, each with water features; six batting cages featuring three hardball and three softball cages. The Stony Creek mini-golf course features a larger pond and a water wheel with waterfall, and Shady Trails is a shaded course suitable for hot, sunny afternoons. Concessions available. 110 Suhrke Road, Plymouth; 920-893-0045; www.tjminigolf.com.

Vollrath Disc Golf Course and The Shack

The Shack is a pro shop located at Vollrath Park on Wisconsin’s oldest 18hole disc golf course selling Frisbees, golf discs, baskets and other disc golf accessories. Open May through October. Hours posted.

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Monuments

Hmong and American Veterans Memorial

The circular monument at Deland Park, 44 feet in diameter, includes the story of the thousands of Hmong and Lao soldiers who died in the Vietnam War’s Laotian front, known as the Secret War. Names of those who died in the war are inscribed in granite. Memorial is adorned with mosaic tiles created by local students.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

Fountain Park on Eighth Street in Sheboygan features this memorial dedicated to Civil War soldiers and sailors.

Spanish-American War Monument

Red granite marker with inscription reading: “In memory of the volunteers of the 1898 SpanishAmerican War.” Fountain Park, Eighth Street, Sheboygan.

Veteran’s Hall of Honor

Any veteran who resides or has resided at Rocky Knoll Health Care Center is honored with a plaque. N7135 Rocky Knoll Parkway, Plymouth; 920-893-6441.

Veterans Memorial

Five-by-7 foot black granite memorial listing Sheboygan County men and women who died in wars from the Civil War to Vietnam War. Listed on the back are names of other veterans who served. 3141 Kohler Memorial Drive, Sheboygan; 920-459-3053.

Jerry Konz, a member of Vietnam Veterans of America, Sheboygan County Chapter 618, replaces worn American flags on the graves of deceased veterans at Hebrew Cemetery in Kohler. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

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Public Health

Health Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 1001 Service Rd., Kiel 920-894-2636

Prevea Audiology 1411 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan 920-457-2100

Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 2020 Madison St., New Holstein 920-898-4262

Prevea Digestive Health 1621 N. Taylor Drive, Suite 200, Sheboygan 920-457-4400

Aging & Disability Resource Center 650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls 920-467-4100

Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 110 Butler St., Random Lake 920-994-9094

Prevea Ear, Nose, and Throat 1411 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-457-2100

Mental Health America in Sheboygan County United Way building, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-3951

Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 1146 Plankview Green Blvd., Sheboygan Falls 920-467-2424

Prevea Endocrinology 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-783-1236

Sheboygan County Health & Human Services Health & Human Services Building, 1011 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan 920-459-6400

HOSPITALS

Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center 2629 N. Seventh St., Sheboygan 920-451-5000

Aurora Sleep Medicine Center 901 Reed St, Plymouth 920-893-4972 Aurora Surgery Center 901 Reed St, Plymouth 920-893-1771

St. Nicholas Hospital 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-459-8300

BridgePoint Health 3425 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-5557

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Coulis Cardiology 1414 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan 920-458-9800

Advanced Foot Care 1714 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan 920-457-6104 Advanced Pain Management 2124 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan 920-452-7246 Aurora Health Center - Plymouth 2600 Kiley Way, Plymouth 920-449-7000 Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 2414 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan 920-457-4461 Aurora Sheboygan Clinic - South 1813 Ashland Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-4010 Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 313 S. Main St., Cedar Grove 920-668-8502 Aurora Sheboygan Clinic 620 S. Wisconsin Dr., Howards Grove 920-565-4595

Lakeshore Orthopedics 1414 N. Taylor Dr., Suite 205, Sheboygan 920-452-6124 Columbia St. Mary’s Marsho Family Medical Group 515 E. Mill St., Plymouth 920-892-4311 Marsho Family Medical GroupSheboygan 1703 N. Taylor Dr. Sheboygan, WI 53081 Phone: (920) 457-4438 Matthews Oncology Associates 1621 N. Taylor Dr. Sheboygan, WI 53081 920-458-7433 Prevea Allergy 1411 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan 920-457-2100

Prevea Family Medicine 1411 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-457-4858 Prevea Hand and Plastic Surgery 1526 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-803-1598 Prevea Heart & Vascular Care 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-783-1236 Prevea Orthopedic Care 1621 N. Taylor Drive, Suite 300, Sheboygan 920-496-4740 Prevea Oostburg Health Center 15 S. 10th St., Oostburg 920-552-5046 Prevea Plymouth Health Center 825 Walton Drive, Plymouth 920-892-4322 Prevea Occupational Medicine 1621 N. Taylor Drive, Suite 300, Sheboygan 920-459-5176 Prevea Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-783-1236 Prevea Urology 1411 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-457-4858 Prevea Women’s Care 1411 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-458-4419

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Sheboygan Cancer & Blood Specialist 1621 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-458-7433 Sheboygan Internal Medicine Associates 2920 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-452-6000 Sheboygan Orthopaedic Associates 2920 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-3791 Sheboygan Pediatric Associates 2920 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-3331 Sheboygan Surgical Associates 2920 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-0705 Sheboygan Surgery Center 3141 Saemann Ave., Sheboygan 920-783-5000 Shoreline Skin Specialist 1414 N. Taylor Drive, Sheboygan 920-457-3376 Sleep Resources 3424 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-208-7814 Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic 1222 N. 23 St., Sheboygan 920-457-6800 Wisconsin Rehab Medicine Professionals 3100 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-459-4642

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Aurora QuickCare 3711 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan 920-457-2915 Prevea Urgent Care Prevea Plymouth Health Center 825 Walton Drive, Plymouth 920-892-4322 Urgent Care Aurora Health Center 2600 Kiley Way, Plymouth 920-449-7000

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JoMaJi Salon & Spa

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Angler’s Avenue

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Sheboygan’s Harbor Centre invites you to enjoy spectacular lake views, superb dining, cozy accommodations, outstanding entertainment and eclectic shopping. Experience a lively lake front festival, a

relaxing twilight concert in the park or a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk.

city operated docks on the Sheboygan River welcome transient boaters.

Sheboygan’s revitalized lake front and harbor draws boaters year after year from near and far. The spectacular Harbor Centre Marina, operated by Siegel Gallagher has 281 slips, that accommodate boats from 30 to 60 feet. For mega yachts, there are docking facilities with water and power hookups just inside the harbor adjacent to the Blue Harbor Resort. Both the marina and

A spectacular view and warm, sandy beaches invite visitors and local resident to relax and play on the shore of Lake Michigan. Within walking distance is the Riverfront Fish Shanty Village and Boardwalk as well as Harbor Centre’s Downtown district and fabulous South Pier where you’ll find a variety of shops, from the eclectic to the traditional. And to satisfy your appetite, there’s both comfortable casual and fine dining that’s sure to please. In the heart of Sheboygan, Harbor Centre Downtown offers eclectic shopping, dining, entertainment, services, and delightful overnight accommodations in beautifully restored historic buildings. Whether you are here to shop, dine, or play…Sheboygan’s Harbor Centre has something for everyone.

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511 S 8th St. 920-694-0322 www.thefieldtofork.com

519 S 8th Street 920-208-3511 www.victorianchocolateshoppe.com

641 Riverfront Dr. Suite A 920-451-7077 www.intunchirocare.com

528 N 8th Street 920-457-3074 www.blingalicious-sheboygan.com

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821 N. 8th Street 920-457-6565 www.eatblackpig.com

518 S. Pier Drive 920-395-2406 /AnglersAvenuePubGrill

733 Pennsylvania Ave 920-453-9672 www.legendlarrys.com

682 South Pier Drive 920-452-3770 www.jomajisalonandspa.com

Weill Center for the Performing Arts 826 N. 8th Street Tickets - 920-208-324 www.weillcenter.com

510 S. Pier Drive 920-395-2406 www.anglersavenue.net

522 South Pier Dr. 920-452-2442 /Tres-Chic-Boutique

526 N 8th Street 920-287-7812 freaktoyz.com

811 N 8th St. 920-458-1898 www.relishkitchenstore.com

631 Riverfront Drive 920-457-7323 /pages/Salon-Sase/ 108297369234312

641 Riverfront Dr 920-451-4544 www.olivadaoils.com

515 S 8th St 920-803-7516 www.ilritrovopizza.com

635 Riverfront Drive 920-451-3084 www.onlineapparelshop.com

739 Riverfront Drive 920-458-7900 www.dukeofdevonpub.com

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516 N 8th Street 920-803-0058 www.milwaukeepc.com

919 N 8th Street 920-458-4384 www.rudnickjewelers.com

823 N 8th Street 920-803-6378 www.nesthomestore.com

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For tourism and business relocation information call 1-920-452-6921 or by email bidmanager@harborcentre.com

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Modern Banking The Old Fashioned Way Proudly Serving Customers Throughout Sheboygan County Since 1908

In today's world of large business mergers and frequent name and personnel changes, the Oostburg State Bank remains independent and strong. We have the ability to provide that friendly, down-home personal service you deserve, as well as the convenient products and services you expect. Our bank’s success has always come from building customer relationships. Because of this, we do not have to rely on high fees, high minimum balance requirements, or hidden costs. Instead, we work hard at getting to know you. This allows us to provide you with the best possible service and to develop a lasting trust and professional friendship. For modern banking the old fashioned way, stop in and see what locally owned and operated can do for you. When it comes to cost, convenience, and customer service, we’re tough to beat.

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Plymouth Dirt Track Racing

Fun & Games

See dirt track racing at its finest at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds. Adults $11; students $5; children 11 and under free if accompanied by an adult; plymouthdtr.com; 920893-5751

Quit Qui Oc Sports Complex

Complex includes three softball diamonds, six soccer fields, a playground area and picnic shelter which are available for rent. 1555 Riverview Road, Plymouth; 920-892-6300 

Road America

Known as America’s National Park of Speed, Road America is the world’s fastest permanent road racing facility. This track offers 4.048 miles and 14 turns on 640 rolling, wooded acres. Specialty races include vintage cars, motorcycles, NASCAR, American Le Mans and Sportscar Club of America events. Road America is also the largest private motorcycle training facility in the State of Wisconsin; 800-365-RACE; www.roadamerica.com.

Sheboygan A’s Baseball

Semi-pro baseball coupled with entertainment, prizes and participation activities at Wildwood Baseball Park. 2400 New Jersey Ave., Sheboygan. Schedule varies. 920-4586377. www.sheboyganbaseball.org

Golf

Badger Creek Golf Course, Badger Creek Course 18 holes over 6,804 yards with a par of 72 (Public) 11501 Meggers Road, New Holstein 920-898-5760 Blackwolf Run Golf Course, Meadow Valleys and River Courses 18 holes over 7,142 yards with a par of 72; 18 holes over 6,991 yards with a par of 72 (Public) 1111 W. Riverside Drive, Kohler 800-344-2838 www.americanclubresort.com The Bull At Pinehurst Farms, Bull Course 18 holes over 7,338 yards with a par of 72 (Public) 1 Long Drive, Sheboygan Falls 800-584-3285

Sheboygan A No. 1 waves to the crowd upon his introduction at Wildwood baseball park. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

CNC Links, CNC Course 9 holes over 1,470 yards (Public) 4935 Highway C, Newton 920-726-1800 Miller’s Glen Golf Course 9 holes over 2,500 yards with a par of 34 (Public) 903 Madison Ave., Howards Grove 920-565-3674 Evergreen Golf Course 9 holes over 1,414 yards with a par of 29 (Municipal) 1776 Eastern Ave, Plymouth 920-893-8822 Pine Hills Country Club, Pine Hills Course 18 holes over 6,352 yards with a par of 71 (Private Equity) 4914 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 920-458-3533

Quit Qui Oc Golf Club, Original 18 Course and Glacial 9 Course 18 holes over 6,175 yards with a par of 70; 9 holes over 3,266 yards with a par of 35 (Public) 500 Quit Qui Oc Lane, Elkhart Lake 920-876-2833 Riverdale Country Club 18 holes over 5,875 yards with a par of 70 (Public) 5008 S. 12th St., Sheboygan 920-458-2561 Sheboygan Town & Country Club Three 9 hole courses averaging 3,000 yards each (Public) W1943 Highway J, Sheboygan 920-467-2509

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Sir Lanserlot Golf Course, Crystal Lake Golf Course 18 holes over 4,600 yards with a par of 65 (Public) W6603 Highway C, Plymouth 920-892-4834 Sunset Hills Golf Course and Driving Range, Sunset Hills Course 9 holes (Public) W3634 Sunset Road, Sheboygan Falls 920-467-0780 Whistling Straits, Irish and Straits Courses 18 holes over 7,201 yards with a par of 72; 18 holes over 7,288 yards with a par of 72 (Public) N8501 Highway LS, Sheboygan 800-344-2838 www.americanclubresort.com

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SHEBOYGAN Deland Park

715 Broughton Drive Centrally located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Deland Park is in the heart of the Harbor Centre district. Enjoy sandy beaches, ample green space and several play areas for children in addition to boat ramps, a fish cleaning station, pavilions and the Lakefront Trail. Home to several summer festivals and the Lao, Hmong, American Veterans War Memorial.

Evergreen Park

3000 Calumet Drive Evergreen Park gets its distinct character from the many acres of white pine trees towering over 100 feet tall. The tree canopy and cool shade make this a perfect location for a picnic. Excellent trails for biking and cross-country skiing. Shelters and restrooms available.

General King Park

1601 S. Seventh St. More than a mile of groomed beach along the spectacular blue waters of Lake Michigan with a view of the lighthouse and South Pier. Childrens playground, pavilion and restrooms available.

Fountain Park

100 Block of North Eighth Street Downtown park contains mineral fountains that attracted people more than 100 years. Also contains a band shell, which houses concerts on Wednesday and Friday evenings throughout the summer, and a Civil War memorial; 920-459-3444.

Indian Mound Park

Panther Avenue and South Ninth Street The Open Mound Exhibit contains artifacts and replica skeletal material and 18 animal and geometric effigy burial grounds. Builders were nomadic Native Americans living between 500 and 1000 A.D. Self-guided tour and a boardwalk nature trail through the wetlands;920-459-3440.  

Parks Kohler-Andrae State Park

Sheboygan Dog Park

Lion’s Park

Jaycee Quarryview Park

Vollrath Park

Carl Loebe Field

Kiwanis Park

Worker’s Water Street Park

1020 Beach Park Lane Two miles of beach on Lake Michigan. Cordwalk trails, picnic areas, campsites and a nature center. State park vehicle sticker required; 920-451-4080; www.dnr.state. wi.us/org/land/parks/specific/ka/. 3401 Calumet Drive (Highway 42 north) Park provides picnic areas including a shelter, 18-hole disc-golf course, hiking trails, swimming and fishing; 920-459-3444. 726 North 17th St. Located along the Sheboygan River, the park offers fishing and boat launches, three baseball diamonds, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, sledding hill, playground, picnic area, shelter, Skate Park and tennis courts.

Lakeview Park

Lakeshore Drive, south of Wilson Avenue Picnic shelter and a network of trails running through woods overlooking Lake Michigan.

Maywood Environmental Park

3615 Mueller Road, Sheboygan Located on Sheboygan’s northwest side, the Ellwood H. May (Maywood) Environmental Park was gifted to the city in 1974 and is now home to a 135-acre public park and offers natural history, environmental programs and activities; community events; recreational outings; summer camps; field trips; self-guided walks; cross-country skiing and hiking trails; wildlife viewing; and a meeting place for environmental groups. Open daily year-round; Ecology Center and trails are free; 920459-3906; www.GoMaywood.org.

Rotary Riverview Park

Riverfront Drive and Virginia Avenue Playground and boardwalk along the Sheboygan River.

South 18th Street, North of Weeden Creek Road The only public, fully-fenced dog park in Sheboygan County features 10-acres for exercising, training and socializing dogs in a safe park-like setting. Open year round. 2001 N. Third St. Located on the city’s northeast side on the shores of Lake Michigan; features 1930s natural amphitheater, 18-hole disc-golf course, picnic and play areas, tennis and sledding. Water Street Located along the Sheboygan River, the park includes a playground, water features for kids, and urban bicycle trail.

CITY OF PLYMOUTH Anton Park

Eastern Avenue overlooking the Mullet River mill pond Two-acre park with picnic facilities and fishing areas. Recreational trail starts at the dam and continues southwest.  

Bishop Street Park

The end of Bishop Street This small park contains playground equipment and a picnic area.  

City Park

Between Grove Street and Suhrke Road The city’s largest, most versatile park includes the municipal outdoor aquatic center, a lighted softball diamond, concession stand, restrooms, basketball court, volleyball court, playground equipment, three picnic shelters, picnic tables and grills, lighted winter sled hill, parking lot and community band shell.  

Henry H. Huson Park

Collins Street This 2.4-acre park overlooks the Mullet River and has bench seating adjacent to the recreational trail, as well as a footbridge over the river to the downtown area.  

Highland Avenue and Valley Road This 6.7-acre park includes Ozzie Pick Field and Bill August Field (lighted youth baseball field with covered stands, concession stand and bathrooms), a soccer field and parking lot. Between Western Avenue and Sunset Drive A lighted baseball diamond with fencing, concession stand, bleachers and restrooms.  

Lone Oak Park

On Valley Road next to Lion›s Park This 8.5-acre park includes a large shelter (kitchenette and serving area), backstop, picnic areas, parking lot and trail system through a wooded area and more.  

H.M. Meyer’s Nature Park

At the end of Daleview Drive A nature preserve, this park is used for fishing, hiking and enjoying the natural beauty, Mullet River and Meyer’s Pond, but also includes playground equipment, hiking trails and a fly disk golf course and a parking lot.  

Nutt Ski Hill

Adjacent to Roosevelt-Nutt Park at the end of West Main Street Seven-acre site includes two ski hill runs, electric rope tow, snow making equipment, shelter with indoor kitchen and enclosed deck, handicapped-accessible restrooms, and a parking lot.  

Roosevelt-Nutt Park

End of West Main Street This 10-acre site has nature trails with educational stops winding through the woods.  

Rotary Park

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Stayer Junior Park

Along the Mullet River behind Mill Street This .2-acre park is a fenced facility containing playground equipment and sitting areas.  

Utility Park

South Milwaukee Street just south of Mill Street This two-acre park includes two lighted tennis courts and a footbridge crossing the Mullet River.

CITY OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS Falls View Park

Broadway Street, downtown Sheboygan Falls Three-quarter acre park offers a grassy area with picnic tables and a spectacular view of the falls on the Sheboygan River.

Jaycee Riverwalk

Corner of Water and Monroe Streets, at the bridge A six-acre park with a 688-yard sloping trail along the Sheboygan River connecting River Park and Rochester Park.

River Park

Corner Western Avenue and First Street This 10-acre park on the Sheboygan River includes two shelter houses, restroom facilities, tennis courts, lighted baseball diamond, picnic area and grills, and playground equipment. The lagoon offers fishing in the spring, summer and fall and ice skating in the winter.

Rochester Park

At the end of Hickory Street This 10-acre park has a lighted baseball diamond, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball court, basketball court, shelter with restroom facilities, picnic area and grills, playground equipment, and sledding hills. Also features a Bark Park where dogs can play, jump and run around in an enclosed setting.

Woodview Park

600 block of Woodview Ave. This half-acre park has playground equipment including wooden climbing apparatus, swing sets and slides.

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Kettle Moraine State Forest, Northern Unit

N1765 Highway G, Campbellsport The Forest offers 61.4 miles of hiking trails, including a 33 mile segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, 58 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, 33 miles of bridle trails, and 28 miles of cross country ski trials, as well as picnicking, hunting, fishing, primitive camping, mountain biking, and sightseeing. Daily pass or park sticker required; 262626-2116; www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/ land/parks.

Parnell Tower

Intersection of County Highway A and Kettle View Road, Greenbush This 60-foot wooden observation tower offers a panoramic view of the forest and surrounding farmlands. On a clear day, one can see about 25 miles. Park sticker required. Open daily; 920-533-8322.

Sheboygan County Broughton Marsh Park

Located off Highway J, Elkhart Lake 13,000-acre park includes a 30-acre developed area providing campsites, party facility, canoe and boat rentals, fishing piers and picnic areas. Free admission; 920-876-2535; www.co.sheboygan.wi.us/html/d_ planning_broughtonmarsh.htm.

Sheboygan County Marsh Park Observation Tower

Intersection of Highways J and P, just northwest of town, Elkhart Lake The 80-foot tower is the newest and tallest wooden observation tower in the state of Wisconsin. It offers panoramic views of the Sheboygan Marsh and surrounding areas. It features great views from each of its four platforms. Those unable to walk up the 144 steps to the top platform can still enjoy the same view by using the remote control camera in the Three Guys and a Grill restaurant, which is just across the dam. Open year-round; free; 920-459-3060; http://www. co.sheboygan.wi.us/marshtower.

Mill Street Festival in Plymouth. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

Deer Trace Plaza Shopping center featuring Home Depot, Best Buy, MC Sports, Target and a dozen other specialty stores and restaurants. Located at 4031-4139 Hwy. 28, Kohler, off of Hwy. 43. Downtown Plymouth While in Plymouth, be sure to visit the historic downtown. Antiques, books, vintage clothing, jewelry art and a variety of gifts are among the items the specialty stores feature. Have dinner, a cup of coffee or an ice cream cone … and make sure to take in the 24 murals that have been painted on various downtown buildings, depicting Plymouth’s rich historic past; www.plymouthwisconsin.com. Downtown Sheboygan Both sides of North Eight Street in downtown Sheboygan feature a variety of specialty shops and restaurants; www.visitsheboygan.com. Elkhart Lake Feed Mill Shops Unique shopping in the heart of the Village of Elkhart Lake. Originally operated for more than 100 years as the Elkhart Lake Feed Mill, this collection of historic buildings now houses a retail shop, grocery store and restaurant/coffee house; www.elkhartlake.com/things-todo/shopping. Harbor Centre Downtown In the heart of Sheboygan, Harbor Centre Downtown offers eclectic shopping, dining, entertainment, services and delightful overnight accommodations in beautifully restored historic buildings; 920-452-6921; www.harborcentre.com.

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Harbor Centre Riverfront Explore restored fishing shanties that house a wide variety of shops and restaurants, or enjoy shopping and cuisine at the magnificent Blue Harbor Resort & Indoor Waterpark; 920-452-6921; www.harborcentre.com. Historic Sheboygan Falls Experience the timeless charm of Sheboygan Falls by visiting unique shops and restaurants; www.sheboyganfalls.org. Memorial Mall Shop at Memorial Mall and enjoy the comfort of shopping in Sheboygan’s only climate-controlled, indoor shopping center. Select from the latest fashions and home furnishings located under one roof. Relax, dine or enjoy a break with the kids in the Lighthouse Play Zone; Highway 23 & Taylor Drive, Sheboygan; www.memorialmall. com; 920-452-2731. Michigan Avenue Historic Michigan Avenue in Sheboygan offers several boutiques and restaurants. Shops at Woodlake Kohler The Shops at Woodlake is a collection of more than 20 specialty shops and boutiques featuring men’s and women’s apparel, toys, collectibles, restaurants, home furnishing and design stores and a Demonstration Kitchen offering Saturday cooking demonstrations (January through April Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Individual store hours may vary. Located on the north side of the Village of Kohler; 920-459-1713; www.AmericanClub.com.

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Central office: 830 Virginia Ave., 920-459-3512 Superintendent: Joseph Sheehan Total enrollment: 10,340 Ethnicity: 60 percent white; 16 percent Asian; 4 percent black; 17 percent Hispanic; 1 percent Native American; 2 percent 2 or more races

Elementary Schools Accelerated Academic (A2) Charter School 4540 Moenning Road, 920-459-0949 Principal: Lynn Walters Enrollment: 47

Cleveland 411 E. Washington Ave., Cleveland, 920-693-8241 Principal: Debra Streblow Enrollment: 131 N.E.W. Montessori Charter School 411 E. Washington Ave., Cleveland, 920-693-8241 Principal: Debra Streblow Enrollment: 28 Cooper 2014 Cooper Ave., 920-459-3693 Principal: Larry Brahan Enrollment: 264 Early Learning Center 1227 Wilson Ave., 920-459-4330 Principal: Pam Kugi Enrollment: 608 Grant 1528 N. Fifth St., 920-459-3626 Principal: Debra Streblow Enrollment: 242 Elementary School for Arts & Academics (ESAA) 1528 N. Fifth St., 920-459-3626 Administrator: Elizabeth Beattie Enrollment: 207 Jackson 2530 Weeden Creek Road, 459-3573 Principal: Lynn Walters Enrollment: 295 Jefferson 1538 N. 15th St., 920-459-3620 Principal: Bill Klein Enrollment: 339

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Lake Country Academy 4101 Technology Parkway, 920-208-3020 Principal: Carla Koepp Enrollment: 309

High Schools

Lincoln-Erdman 4101 N. 50th St., 920-459-3595 Principal: Marty Steinbruecker Enrollment: 417

South 3128 S. 12th St., 920-459-3637 Principal: Mike Trimberger Enrollment: 1126

Longfellow 819 Kentucky Ave., 920-459-3580 Principal: Todd Reinke Enrollment: 370

Central High School 830 Virginia Ave., 920-459-3520 Administrator: Jacob Konrath Enrollment: 202

James Madison 2302 David Ave., 920-459-3585 Principal: Matt Driscoll Enrollment: 314

IDEAS Academy 830 Virginia Ave., 920-459-0950 Administrator: Ted Hamm Enrollment: 130

Pigeon River 3508 N. 21st St., 920-459-3563 Principal: Susan Buesing Enrollment: 400

George D. Warriner High School 712 Riverfront Drive, Suite 101, 920-459-0945 Administrator: Jacob Konrath Enrollment: 123

Sheridan 1412 Maryland Ave., 920-459-3550 Principal: Kelly Cvetan Enrollment: 304 Washington School for Comprehensive Literacy 1238 Geele Ave., 920-459-3661 Principal: Karl Bekkum Enrollment: 335 Wilson 1625 Wilson Ave., 920-459-3688 Principal: Chad Renzelmann Enrollment: 491

Middle Schools

Farnsworth 1017 Union Ave., 920-459-3655 Principal: Todd DeBruin Enrollment: 586 Horace Mann 2820 Union Ave., 920-459-3666 Principal: Vicki Ritchie Enrollment: 576 Urban 1226 North Ave., 920-459-3680 Principal: Ted DiStefano Enrollment: 692 George D. Warriner Middle School 712 Riverfront Dr., Suite 101, 920-459-0945 Administrator: Jacob Konrath Enrollment: 43 Mosaic School 830 Virginia Ave., 920-459-0946 Administrator: Ted Hamm Enrollment: 120

North 1042 School Ave., 920-459-3600 Principal: Jason Bull Enrollment: 1518

Cedar Grove-Belgium Superintendent Steven Shaw, 920-668-8686 District address: 321 N. Second St., Cedar Grove High school: 920-668-8686 Middle and elementary schools: 920-668-8518 Enrollment: 1,120 Chilton Superintendent: Dr. Claire Martin; 920-849-8109 530 W. Main St., Chilton High school: 530 W. Main St., Chilton; 920-849-2358 Middle school: 421 Court St., Chilton; 920-849-9152 Elementary school: 421 Court St., Chilton; 920-849-9388 Enrollment: 1,190 Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah District Administrator: Ann Buechel Haack, 920-876-3381 201 N. Lincoln St., PO Box 326, Elkhart Lake High school: 920-876-3381 Elementary/Middle school: 920-876-3307 Enrollment: 506 Howards Grove Superintendent: Christopher Peterson District office: 403 Audubon Road, Howards Grove, 920-565-4454 High school: 920-565-4450 Middle school: 920-565-4452 Northview Elementary: 920-565-4457 Enrollment: 870

Kiel Superintendent: Louise Blankenheim, 920-894-2266 High school: 210 Raider Heights, Kiel, 920-894-2263 Middle school: 502 Paine St., 920-894-2264 Zielanis Elementary: 1010 Adams St., 920-894-2265 Meeme LEADS Elementary: 12121 Highway XX, Newton, 920-693-8255 Enrollment: 1,400 Kohler Superintendent: Quynh Trueblood 333 Upper Road, Kohler, WI 920-459-2920 High school: 920-459-2920 Elementary school: 920-459-2920 Enrollment: 685 New Holstein District Administrator: Bill Van Meer District office: 1715 Plymouth St., New Holstein, 920-898-5115 High school: 1715 Plymouth St., New Holstein, 920-898-4256 Middle school, 1717 Plymouth St., New Holstein, 920-898-4769 Elementary school: 2226 Park Ave., New Holstein, 920-898-4208 Enrollment: 1,119 Oostburg Superintendent: Kevin Bruggink District office: 410 New York Ave., Oostburg, 920-564-2346 High school: 410 New York Ave., Oostburg 920-564-2346 Middle school: 408 New York Ave., Oostburg, 564-2383 Elementary school: 203 N. 7th St., 920-564-2392 Enrollment: 1,023 Plymouth Administrator: Clark Reinke, 920-892-2661 Fairview Elementary School: 300 Salem Dr., Plymouth, 920-892-2621 Horizon Elementary School: 411 S. Highland Ave., Plymouth, 920-892-2225 Parkview Elementary School: 500 Parkview Dr., Plymouth, 920-892-4076 Riverview Middle School: 300 Riverside Circle, Plymouth, 920-892-4353 Plymouth High School: 125 Highland Ave., Plymouth, 920-893-6911 Enrollment: 2,250 Continued on page 31>>>

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Random Lake Superintendent: Thomas Malmstadt, 920-994-4342 605 Random Lake Rd., Random Lake High school: 920-994-9193 Middle school: 920-994-2498 Elementary school: 920-994-4344 Enrollment: 910 Sheboygan Falls District Administrator: Jean Born District office: 220 Amherst Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920- 467-7893 High school: 220 Amherst Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-7890 Middle school: 101 School St., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-7880 Elementary school: 1 Alfred W. Miley Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-7820 Enrollment: 1,770

Non-Public Schools

St. John the Baptist Catholic School 116 Pleasant St., Plymouth, 920-893-5961 Enrollment: 224

The Sheboygan Food Pantry 1946 N. 15th St., Sheboygan Third full week of each month, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Contact: 920-452-4737

St. Mary’s School 313 Giddings Ave., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-6291 Enrollment: 80

Campus Life 6426 South Business Drive, Sheboygan First Thursday and Friday of each month Thursday, 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m.; Friday, 9-11 a.m. Must bring photo ID and proof of residency. May use once a month. Contact: 920-457-2381

St. Paul’s Lutheran School 441 Millersville Ave., Howards Grove, 920-565-3780 Enrollment: 78 St. Paul Lutheran School 1819 N. 13th St., Sheboygan, 920-452-6882 Enrollment: 68 Sheboygan Area Lutheran High School 3323 University Dr., 920-452-3323 Enrollment: 150

Bethlehem Lutheran School 1121 Georgia Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-5071 Enrollment: 160

Sheboygan Christian School 418 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, 920-457-3060 Enrollment: 160

Christ Child Academy 2722 Henry St., Sheboygan, 920-459-2660 Enrollment: 188

Sheboygan County Christian High School 929 Greenfield Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-9981 Enrollment: 91

Ebenezer Christian School 610 N. 25th St., Sheboygan, 920-452-5464 Enrollment: 7 Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran School 1626 Illinois Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-9681 Enrollment: 70 Oostburg Christian School 22 S. Sixth St., Oostburg, 920-564-2664 Enrollment: 145 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School 814 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-1571 Enrollment: 167 St. John Lutheran School 222 Stafford, Plymouth, 920-893-5114 Enrollment: 200 St. John Lutheran School W5407 Highway SS, Random Lake, 920-994-9190 Enrollment: 68

Trinity Lutheran School 824 Wisconsin Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-8248 Enrollment: 152

Colleges

Lakeland College W3718 South Drive, Plymouth 800-569-2166 www.lakeland.edu Lakeshore Technical College 1290 North Ave., Cleveland 888-468-6582 www.gotoltc.edu University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan One University Dr., Sheboygan 920-459-6600 www.sheboygan.uwc.edu

Calvary Lutheran Food Pantry 2132 N. 27th St., Sheboygan Monday-Thursday, 9-11 a.m. 920-458-4822 St. Luke United Methodist 623 Ontario Ave., Sheboygan Last Thursday of each month, 9-11 a.m. Contact: 920-458-3461 North Side Christian Food Pantry 2133 N. 22nd St., Sheboygan Every Thursday, 12:30-2 p.m. Contact: 920-458-7070 Nourish Farm to Table Tour Tuesdays June-October, Wednesdays Nov.-May; 1-6:30 p.m. Volunteer group harvests food and prepares meal that is served to a local shelter that evening. www.nourishfarms.org Contact: 920-918-0251 Plymouth Food Pantry 2225 Eastern Ave., Plymouth First and third Wednesdays, 9 a.m-noon; 2-4 p.m. Contact: 920-893-2989 Random Lake Area Interfaith 310 Center Ave., Adell (on the campus of Emmanuel Lutheran Church) Every Tuesday, 9-11:30 a.m. (once a month per client, bring own containers) Contact: 920-447-2293 The Salvation Army Serving Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Kohler & Howards Grove. 710 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan First, second & third Wednesday of each month, 4:30-6 p.m.; or by appointment. Contact: 920-458-3723

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St. Mark Lutheran Church 1019 N. Seventh St., Sheboygan First and third Fridays; 10-11:30 a.m. Bring Photo ID and Current Address Contact: 920-458-4343 St. Peter Claver 1444 S. 11th St., Sheboygan First & third Monday of each month, 9-10:30 a.m. Bring photo ID and proof of income. Contact: 920-457-9408 Sheboygan Falls Food Pantry 529 Giddings, Sheboygan Falls Thursdays, 9-11 a.m. Contact: 920-467-4184

Meals Served

Bethany Reformed New Day Meals 1315 Washington Ave., Sheboygan Third Tuesday of each month, 5-6:30 p.m. Hot meal served Contact: 920-452-0051 Emmaus Meals Hot meal served to the community The Salvation Army 710 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan Every Saturday 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Contact: 920-458-3723 St. Peter Lutheran Church 2104 Geele Ave., Sheboygan Third Thursday of each month, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Contact: 920-452-4771

Other Food Resources Health and Human Services 1011 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan Contact: 920- 459-6400

Lakeshore Community Action Program, Inc. 1441 N. Taylor Dr., Suite 7, Sheboygan Contact: 920-803-6991; www.lakeshorecap.org United Way of Sheboygan County 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan Contact: 920-458-3425; www.uwofsc.org

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We offer a variety of programs, plus 1st – 8th grades

Howards Grove Children’s Center

Caring for Children Since 1984

3 yr. Pre-K 2 days

4 yr. Pre-K

Kindergarten

3 or 5 half days

5 full days

814 Superior Ave., Sheboygan CALL 452-1571 •

Before & After Care Available Daily

Traci Hiebing & Tiffani Trumm Administrator

Director

Howards Grove Children’s Center 437 North Wisconsin Drive Howards Grove, WI 53083 Phone (920) 565-2238 Fax (920) 565-2238

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Preschool The Arts Center Preschool fosters supports early learning and fosters development in alignment with the the Wisconsin Early Model Learning Standards in a nurturing environment. environment. Enrollment is is open open for for the the 2013–2014 2014-2015 Enrollment school year year for for children children ages ages 33 to to 5. 5. school Limited scholarships are available. Limited scholarships are available. Contact Keely Cate Bales at the ArtsArts Phippen at the more information. information Center for more

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State Licensed 3 Year Old Program Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. 4 Year Old Program Mon.-Wed. & Fri 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Infant / Toddler Care, Two to Five-Year-Old Care, and Wrap-Around Jr. K. Care ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

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First Congregational Church UCC 310 Bluff Ave., Sheboygan For more information call Deb Barbuch - Director

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Scholarships Available www.pilgrimpreschool.org A comfortable place to explore, feel safe and learn.

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School Age Child Care

“Excellence in Child Care from the Recreations Experts”

Call 459-3773 or 459-3903

WI-5001775806

Summer - 6:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. at Pigeon River Recreation Center Before School - 6:45 a.m. to school start Jackson, Lincoln-Erdman, PRRC and Wilson After School - School Release to 5:45 p.m. Jackson, Lincoln-Erdman, PRRC, Wilson Transport Sites -Call for more information- Grant, Cooper & James Madison

Open 6:30am - 6:00pm M-F

Accepting 1-5 Year olds 920-452-9926 Ask for Katie 3841 Kohler Memorial Dr. • Sheboygan www.jumpingfrogs.org

CREATIVE PLAY “Creative Play” is a 33 week “Recreation based preschool.” The

Tender Loving Christian Childcare and Preschool

program provides 3 and 4 year olds with socialization and creative learning experiences through creative individual, small group and large group participation.

6522 S. Business Dr. • Sheboygan, WI Christian based for children 6 weeks to 12 years State Licensed Childcare program

Class time-includes”

• Free Play • Circle Time • Story Time • Arts and Crafts • Special Events • Field Trips

3 year old’s-9:00-11:30 (2 days a week/Tue. Thurs.)

3½ /4 year old’s-9:00-12:00 (3 days a week/ Mon./Wed./Fri.)

$500 residents/*$600 non residents

$700 residents/*$900 non residents

NORTHSIDE SITE (Wait Listed)

(PRRC) Pigeon River Rec Center 3506 N. 21st St.

• 6:00 am to 5:30 pm • Full or Part Time Care • Before & after school care

*Must be potty trained and 3½ or 4 by Sept. 1, 2014

Preschool program

SOUTHSIDE SITE

(SA) St. Andrew’s Church 1711 S. 11th St.

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WI-5001775777

*Must be potty-trained and 3 by Sept. 1, 2014

Register at the Community Recreation Department, 607 S. Water St., Sheboygan • 459-3773

• 9:00 am to 11:30 am

For more information or to enroll your child, call

920-803-1986

Trinity Lutheran

Preschool of Howards Grove Corner of Hwy. 32 and Cty. Trk. FF

Great Beginnings Preschool First United Lutheran Church

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WI-5001775347

Ages 3 to 5 Years Old -State Licensed-

Separate Classes for 3-Year-Olds and 4- to 5-Year Olds

To enroll your child or for more information call:

565-3669

2401 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan www.firstunitedelca.org

* Flexible scheduling * Fully Licensed * Large, well-equipped Indoor Play area * Christian Based Environment * Curriculum includes pre-reading skills, science, math, sign language, Spanish, cooking, socialization skills, field trips, family events, and more Classes for Three/Four Year Olds Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. WI-5001775799 Call 452-2401 for more information

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Trinity Lutheran Church & School 824 Wisconsin Avenue/904 N. 9th St. Sheboygan, WI 53081

Making Known the Love of Christ For information about enrolling your child in 3K-Grade 8 call 458-8248 or visit www.trinitysheboygan.org

“Where the most important people are the children!” State Youngstar Rating of 3

6 weeks - 12 years Open 5:30am - 6:00pm Affordable Pricing Youngstar Affiliated

• Reliable, Qualified, Nurturing Staff • Participating In The Child Care Food Program • Serving Homemade Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon Snack • Special Events & Family Activities • Outdoor Play Area • On-site school district 4K program

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See how our proven approach can nurture your child’s potential Year-round programs for infant, toddler, preschool, and school age *1/2 off registration fee* Call for a tour: (920) 458-0510

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(920) 458-8003

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Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 6:00 pm 3 Year Old Preschool Programs Tuesday & Thursday 9-11:30 am or 12:30-3:00 pm 4k Program Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30-11:30 am

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Ages 6wks - 7yrs

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3K - M, W, F 8:30 am - 11:15 am 4K - M-F 8:30 am-11:15 am 5K - M-F 8:30 am 3:20 pm Extended Child Care 7:00am - 5:30pm Summer Child Care

Montessori Children’s House Family owned & operated since1994 Monday-Friday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1907 North 20th Street, Sheboygan www.sheboyganmontessori.com

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920-452-5071 • www.ourbethlehem.com 3K to grade 8 Christian Education Financial Assistance Available 3 & 4 year old year round care $3.75 per hour per child 7:00am to 5:30pm

Sheboygan County YMCA NEW Child Care Facilities Sheboygan Y Preschool and School Age Programs Ages 2 - 13 years Educational curriculum – swim & gym activities 920-451-8000 ychild@sheboygancountyymca.org

Sheboygan Falls Y Infant, Preschool and School Age Programs Ages 6 weeks - 12 years Educational curriculum – Gym Classes 920-467-2464 yfallschild@sheboygancountyymca.org More information at www.sheboygancountyymca.org

“Child Care” with “On-Site 4K” Ages 6 weeks to 12 years old

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4-Star Youngstar Program

Summer Child Care available. Registration is on a week by week basis, pay only for the weeks needed.

Growing Generations provides quality Child Care 5:30am to 6pm Monday through Friday. We provide nutritious meals and snacks for all age groups and our developmentally appropriate curriculum is designed to provide learning through play. Our facility is state licensed with qualified, caring and dedicated staff. Please stop in for a guided tour and we will answer any questions you may have.

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Classes are held three days per week Monday-Tuesday-Thursday 8:30 A.M.-11:00 A.M. Using Research Based Curriculum Wrap around Child Care available

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Tues., and Thurs. 8:10 - 11:00 a.m.

for more Information!

Growing Generations Child Care 1500 Douglas Drive • Plymouth, WI 53073 • 920-892-4999

JR. KINDERGARTEN 4-year-old program Mon., Wed., and Fri. 8:10 - 11:15 a.m.

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*Meeting times and contact info are subject to change, contact the organization for more information.

Amvets, City of Elms Memorial Post 18, 7 p.m. third Thursday, Sunny Ridge Health and Rehabilitation Center, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-893-0400. American Association of University Women - Sheboygan Branch, contact 920-452-5323 or 920-565-3367. American Legion Post 83, 7 p.m. second Tuesday, VFW Post, 552 S. Evans St., Sheboygan, 920-458-7993. American Red Cross, 2032 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-457-7739. Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Sheboygan County, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-0111. Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County, 319 Cedar St., Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-9733; 733 Broadway Ave., Sheboygan, 920-457-8200. Campus Life, 6426 S. Business Drive, Sheboygan, 920-457-2381. Catholic Women’s Charity Club, 7 p.m. first Wednesday, Knights of Columbus Hall, Ninth Street, Sheboygan, 920-457-9086. Celebrate Recovery, Bethany Reformed Church, 1315 Washington Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-0051 Celtic Women InternationalSheboygan County Branch, monthly meetings, celticwisdom. blogspot.com, 920-893-5139. Coastal Connections, 621 S. Eighth St., Sheboygan,  coastalconnectionsypn.com; 920-457-9491. Concordia German Singing Society, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Concordia Club House, 1130 N. Ninth St., Sheboygan; www.concordiasingerswi.org.  Diamonds Youth Baseball, 920-467-0252, www.sheboygandiamonds.org.

Clubs & Organizations Downtown Sheboygan Rotary, 12 p.m. Mondays, Sheboygan Elks Club, 1943 Erie Ave., Sheboygan. Early Bird Rotary, 7-8 a.m. Thursdays, Al and Al’s, 1502 S. 12th St., Sheboygan. Foster Grandparent/Seniors in Schools Program, 920-783-0003. Fraternal Order of Eagles/Hub City Aerie 1312, 7 p.m. second and fourth Monday, Eagle’s Club, 127 North St., Plymouth, 920-892-4618. Girl Scouts of Manitou, 5212 Windward Court, Sheboygan, 877-738-7014 or 920-565-4575. Grandma’s Button Box Button Club, second Saturdays, Plymouth Public Library, 130 Division St., Plymouth. Great Marriages for Sheboygan County, 612 Center Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-3951. Habitat for Humanity Lakeside Inc., 1911 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-458-3399. Habitat RE-Store - Plymouth, 3003 Eastern Ave., Plymouth, 920-892-4175. Habitat RE-Store - Sheboygan, 1911 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-452-4175. Hometown Harmony Tradition, 7 p.m. Thursdays, St. John’s Lutheran Church, 222 Stafford St., Plymouth; www.hometownharmonytradition.com. Ivy League Garden Club, 6:30 p.m. fourth Monday in members’ homes, 920-452-3064 or smokeyrh@charter.net. Junior Achievement, committee opportunities available, 1441 N. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, 920-458-0077. Kettle Moraine Corvette Club, first Wednesday, check for times and locations at www.kmccwi.org.

Members of the Sheboygan County Audubon peer through binoculars during a morning bird walk at the Ellwood H. May Environmental Park in Sheboygan. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

Kettle Squares Dance Club, 7:30 p.m. second & fourth Saturday, Plymouth High School cafeteria, east-side entrance, 125 S. Highland Ave., 920-912-5268; http://wix.com/kettlesquares/ kettlesquares. Kiwanis Club of Greater Sheboygan, 12:05-1:15 p.m. most Wednesdays, Fountain Park Restaurant, 922 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, www. kiwanisgreatersheboygan.pbworks. com. Kohler Speakez Toastmasters Club, 920-207-4490. Lake Shore Garden Club, 1:15 p.m. usually fourth Thursday, meeting place varies, 920-467-3266. Latinas Unidas of Wisconsin, 1225 Erie Ave., Suite L, Sheboygan, 920-358-5030. Meals on Wheels, 1004 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, 920-451-7011. P.E.A.C.E. Group, middle school and high school students committed to service projects on issues that affect teens. 3:30 p.m. every other Wednesday, Safe Harbor 452-8611.

Plymouth Eagles Club, 127 North St., Plymouth, 920-892-4618. Plymouth Garden Club, c/o Nsite Designs, N5864 Ridge Road, Plymouth, 920-526-3240. Plymouth Lions Club, 920-892-8501. Plymouth Optimist Club, 6:30 p.m. third Thursday, S & R Bar, W3820 Highway C, Plymouth, 920- 627-0641. Modern Quilt Guild, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. first Saturday, The Sewing Basket, 426 E. Mill St., Plymouth, 920-892-4751; www.sewingbasket. biz/modern-quilt-guild-plymouthwi.htm. Partners for Community Development, Inc., 1407 S. 13th St., Sheboygan, 920-458-3951. Plymouth Rotary, 12 p.m. Wednesday, Dairy State Family Restaurant, Plymouth, http:// plymouthrotarywi.com. Plymouth Woman’s Club, 920-893-5960 or 920-838-2007.

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Reins, provides therapeutic horseback riding lessons for people with disabilities, 215 North Ave., Cascade, 920-946-8599. Senior Singles Luncheon, 12 p.m. fourth Wednesday, Rupps, 925 N. Eighth St., 920-457-6316. Sheboygan Accordion Club, 6:30 p.m. first Monday, Terrace Estates, Eisner Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-1135. Sheboygan American Legion Baseball, www.sheboyganlegion.org/ Sheboygan Astronomical Society, 6:30 p.m. first Tuesday (Sept.-May), Aviation Heritage Center, Sheboygan Airport, www.shebastro.org. Sheboygan County Audubon Society, 7 p.m. second Thursday, September-May, Maywood-Ellwood H. May Environmental Park, 3615 Mueller Road, Sheboygan, 920-565-2577. Sheboygan County Quilt Guild, second Wednesdays, Ebenezer United Church of Christ, 3215 Saemann Ave., Sheboygan; sheboyganquiltguild.org.  Sheboygan County Tennis Association, sheboygantennis. weebly.com, 920-453-9695. Sheboygan County Writers’ Club, 1-3 p.m. second Monday, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1019 N. Seventh St.; 6:30 p.m. fourth Thursday, Mead Public Library, Sheboygan; 920-694-0849; Sheboyganwriters. org; schurshan@gmail.com.

Sheboygan Falls Conservation, 7 p.m. third Wednesday, check website for locations, 920-467-2970; www.sheboygancountyconservationassociation.org. Sheboygan Jaycees, 7 p.m. first Thursday, Jaycee Quarryview Center, 3401 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan; 920-803-8980; sheboyganjaycees.com. Sheboygan Liberty Coalition, meets first and third Thursday of every month, check website for location, www. sheboyganlibertycoalition.com; info@sheboyganlibertycoalition. com. Sheboygan Noon Lion’s Club, noon, second and fourth Tuesday, Al & Al’s, 1502 South 12th St., Sheboygan, 920-452-2844. Sheboygan Performing Arts, third Wednesday of each month, sheboyganperformingarts.com Sheboygan Rotary, Noon, Mondays, Sheboygan Elks Club, 1943 Erie Ave., Sheboygan. Sheboygan Service Club, www. sheboyganserviceclub.org. Sheboygan Softball Association, sheboygansoftball.com. Sheboygan Society of Scale Model Railroad Engineers, LTD, 6:30 p.m. second Tuesday, 1001 N. 10th St., Sheboygan; 920-458-7246. Sheboygan Stamp Club, 7:30 p.m. first and third Wednesday, Maple Lanes, 3107 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan, keppert@bytehead.com.

Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation, 508 New York Ave., Room 209, Sheboygan; 920-452-2479; www.SheboyganCountyEDC.com.

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra, 830 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-452-1985, sheboygansymphony.org.

Sheboygan Elks Lodge #299, first and third Tuesday, 1943 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-9911.

Sheboygan Women’s After 5 Connection, third Monday, www.sheboyganafterfive.com.

Sheboygan Evening Lions Club, first and third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., Al & Al’s Steinhaus, 1502 S. 12th St., Sheboygan 920-457-3780.

Shoreline Women’s Club of Sheboygan, 1 p.m. second Thursday, Elks Lodge, 1942 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-8325.

Sound Celebration, 6:45 every Tuesday, Greenbush Town Hall, 920-565-2468. St. John’s Women’s Guild, 1:30 p.m. third Thursday, St. John’s United Church of Christ, 1248 Lincoln Ave., 920-452-5296. Teamsters Retiree Club, 1:30 p.m. third Tuesday, Union Hall, Sheboygan, 920-452-5260. Tops-Taking Off Pounds Sensibly, for more meeting times and locations visit www.tops.org/FindAMeeting.aspx. VFW Post 1230, 7 p.m. fourth Tuesday, VFW Post Home, 1138 Union Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-9944.

Hispanic-American Information Center, support and guidance for Hispanic-American families to research and access services and benefits offered by local organizations and agencies, 1407 S. 13th St., Sheboygan, 920-459-9880. La Leche League Breastfeeding Support Group, 6:30 p.m. second Tuesday, First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1405 S. Highway 67, Plymouth. La Leche League Breastfeeding Support Group, 9:30 a.m. fourth Mondays, call 920-889-9931 for meeting location.

VFW Post 9156, 7 p.m. Fourth Monday, VFW Post, 552 S. Evans Street, 920-458-0801

Oostburg Area MOPs (Mothers of Preschoolers), 9-11 a.m. second and fourth Thursdays until May, Wednesdays in fall 2012, First Reformed Church, 927 Superior Avenue, Oostburg, 920-207-7200.

Vietnam Veterans of America of Sheboygan Chapter 618, 7 p.m. third Tuesday, Sunny Ridge Health and Rehabilitation Center, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-893-0400; www.vva618.org.

Plymouth Area MOPs (Mothers of Preschoolers), 9:30-11:30 a.m. first and third Mondays, Sept.-May, Plymouth Alliance Church, 1110 Davenport Road, Plymouth, 920-980-2201.

Wisconsin Antique Radio Club, Inc. (WARCI), meets and swaps regularly, www.warci.org.

Sheboygan Teen MOPs (Mothers of Preschoolers), 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday (includes dinner), Calvin Christian Reformed Church, 2313 Saemann Avenue, Sheboygan, 920-803-6345.

Parenting Organizations/ Support

Boys & Girls Clubs After School Activities, 435 N. Wisconsin, Howards Grove, 920-565-4114; 733 Broadway, Sheboygan, 920-457-8200; 1238 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, 920-627-4932; 107 Cedar Street, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-3820; 319 Cedar Street, Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-9514. Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County -- Plymouth Site: 1500 Douglas Ave., Plymouth, 920-892-6706; Sheboygan Site: 2508 S. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-457-1888.

Support Groups

Compassionate Parents, 7 p.m. second Mondays, United Way Building, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920- 458-3951. Divorce Care, 6 p.m. Mondays, St. John Lutheran Church, 222 N. Stafford St., Plymouth, 920-893-3071; 6:30 Wednesdays, Praise Fellowship, Samaritan’s Hand Building, 2911 Main Ave., Sheboygan. Health and Hope support group for adults being treated for depression. Mental Health America, 920-458-3951.

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Hospice Advantage CommunityWide Bereavement Group, 1 p.m. second Mondays, Morningside Terrace, 1231 Eisner Ave., Sheboygan 920-452-1851. Hospice Advantage CommunityWide Bereavement Group 3:15 p.m. second Wednesdays, Sunny Ridge, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-1851. Living Free Information & Support Group, preventing and overcoming life-controlling problems; Christian Life Assembly of God, 933 Krumrey St., Plymouth, 920-892-4080. Low Vision Club of Sheboygan County, 1 p.m. third Thursday, Senior Activity Center, 920-564-2668. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 7 p.m. third Thursdays, United Way building, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3951. Overeaters Anonymous, 2 p.m. Thursdays, Remedy Reformed Church 806 North St., Sheboygan, 920-467-3425. Project Angel Hugs, 406 E. Mill St., P.O. Box 254, Plymouth, 920-892-9138. Sheboygan Celiac Group, 7 p.m. third Tuesday, St. Marks Church, 1019 N. Seventh St., 920-458-5117 or sheboyganceliac@gmail.com. The Open Door, recreational and leisure center for adults with mental illness; Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; 817 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan; 920-452-6875.  

Grief Support

Climbing the Mountain of Grief: Youth Grief Support, 920-457-5770. Compassionate Parents for bereaved parents. 6:30 p.m. second Mondays, United Way building, 2020 Erie Ave., 920-458-3951.

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Advocacy Organizations

Experiencing Grief Support Group, 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Thursdays, St. Nicholas Hospital, Francis Room, 920-459-4636. GriefShare, 6:3008 p.m. Tuesdays at Evangelical Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St., Sheboygan.  452-6520 or jawston@charter.net.

HearthStone of Wisconsin, designed to provide respite cost reimbursement for families with developmentally disabled members of all ages, 920-917-5686.

Hope After Loss Organization (HALO), Pregnancy Loss and Newborn Death, 7 p.m. first Thursdays, St. Nicholas Hospital, Sheboygan, 920-451-7572. Living Single Again, Christian Life Assembly of God, 933 Krumrey St., Plymouth, 920-892-4080. Rainbows, Spectrum and PRISM, support groups for children, youth and adults who are grieving because of death, divorce, separation, or abandonment, 824 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 920-452-2838. Suicide Loss Support Group, 7 p.m. the last Mondays, United Way building, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-3951.   

Military Support

Silver Linings, Peer support groups for children and adults dealing with a loved one in the military, 920-452-2838 Transition to Home After Deployment, Family Resource Center, 1209A Eastern Ave., 920-892-6706 or mfc@excel.net. Military Families Connect, 5:30-7:30 p.m. fourth Monday monthly, Generations, 1500 Douglas Drive, Plymouth, 920-892-6706 or mfc@excel.net Military Families Connect, 6:30-8 p.m. Family Resource Center, 2508 S. Eighth St., Sheboygan, 920-892-6706.  

Domestic Abuse Support Group, for survivors of domestic violence, 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Safe Harbor, 920-452-7640 or 800-499-7640.

Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, Confidential referrals, support groups, resource library, screenings and educational programs for all ages; 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 920-458-3951. Our View Women’s Group, survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault, Safe Harbor, 920-452-7640 or 800-499-7640. Safe Harbor of Sheboygan County, 24/ 7 Crisis Line, provides prevention, intervention, education and outreach services to empower individuals, families and the community to end all forms of domestic violence and sexual assault, 920-452-7640 or 800-499-7640.  

Al-Anon Meetings

Contact these organizations for meetings and available resources.

Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, 920-451-5548, 2629 North 7th Street Genesis Behavioral Services Inc., (920) 457-7802, 503 Wisconsin Avenue Sheboygan County Health & Human Services, (920) 459-3151, 1011 North 8th Street Libertas of Sheboygan, (920) 803-0740, 2108 Kohler Memorial Drive

AlaTeen Meetings

AlaTeens, ages 5-12, 9:30 a.m. Saturday, 1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St., Sheboygan. AlaTeens, ages 12-19, 9:30 a.m. Saturday, 1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St., Sheboygan.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Sheboygan & Manitowoc Counties 24-Hour Phone Line (Area 75-District #3), for all meeting schedules, public information or 12th step calls, 800-355-7318; www.area75.org.

Local Clubs

1907 Club, open public meetings 7:30 p.m. first and third Saturday, 2908 N. 21st St., Sheboygan, 920-457-9633. Rightway Club, open public meetings 8 p.m. fourth Saturday, 4627 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, 920-452-3375. Alano Club, open public meetings 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 404 S. 29th St., Manitowoc, 920-684-4040.

A bumblebee works on a cone flower Wednesday August 7, 2013 along Indiana Avenue in Sheboygan. Sheboygan Press Media file photo

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The following listings were compiled from local chambers of commerce, press releases, web sites, the listed organizations and other sources. It is by no means a complete list of all the events that may be scheduled throughout the year. All events are subject to changes in dates and times. For the most up-to-date information, contact the phone number and/or web site provided at the end of each listing, where available.

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Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation - Through August

The John Michael Kohler Arts Center marks the 40th anniversary of its world-renowned Arts/ Industry residency program with a sweeping, first-ever retrospective exhibition of works created by artists-in-residence in the Kohler Co. factory. Nearly 350 ceramic, cast-iron and brass works of art will be on view drawn primarily from the Arts Center’s and Kohler Co.’s permanent collections. Jmkac.org.

2015 PGA Championship Ticket Sales & Volunteer Recruitment - Spring 2014

The PGA Championship, the only Major Championship for professionals by professionals, returns to the scenic shores of Lake Michigan at Whistling Straits for the third time August 10-16, 2015. Information on how to get tickets and volunteer opportunities will be made public by the PGA of America in the spring of 2014. Please log onto www.pgachampionship.com and sign up to be among the first to receive updates. For more information call 920-547-4977.

Free Kids Fishing Clinic April 12, 9am-3pm

Kohler-Andrae State Park clinic open to all children 15 years old or younger; must be accompanied by an adult. Classes will begin every hour at Friends Fishing Pond. 920-451-4080.

Lakeland College Spring Music Recital April 15, 11am-noon

Part of the Krueger Fine Arts Series at the Bradley Fine Arts Building on the Lakeland College campus. Lakeland.edu.

Chad Harbach, The Art of Fielding April 15, 7:30-10pm

Part of the Krueger Fine Arts Series. Join us for an intimate evening with Chad Harbach, author of “The Art of Fielding,” the centerpiece of the inaugural Lakeland College Community Book Read. Harbach’s debut novel was a bestseller, was named one of the New York Times’ Ten Best Books of 2011 and has been translated into more than 20 languages. Harbach will read excerpts from the novel and answer questions. Lakeland.edu.

Lunch With Bunny - April 19, 11am-1:30pm

Celebrate spring with Sheboygan Jaycees and local vendors at South High School Commons, 3128 S. 12th St. Food, drink, games for kids. $4 per person. Kids under 3 are free. www.sheboyganjaycees.com/LunchwithBunny.

Third Saturday: Sheboygan County Companies - April 19, 10am to 3pm

Learn about the history of Sheboygan County companies. Sheboygan County Historical Museum, 920-458-1103. nancy.koeppen@sheboygancounty.com

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Easter Eggstravaganza - April 19, 1-4pm

Bring the whole family for an afternoon of games, cookie decorating, egg-dyeing, crafts and a special visit with the Easter bunny. In the Grand Hall of the Great Lakes at The American Club. Reservations not required. 800-344-2838; DestinationKohler.com.

Third Saturday: 75 Years and Going Strong; Sheboygan County Companies April 19, 10am-3pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy.koeppen@sheboygancounty.com

New Paintings by Dale Knaak April 19, 5-8pm

Reception on April 19, 5-8pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live music. Exhibit on display from March 28 to May 4. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery.com; frankjuarezgallery@gmail.com.

Work-Play Earth Day-April 19, 9am-3pm

Join Kohler-Andrae State Park staff and other volunteers as we prepare for the upcoming season. Lunch provided. 920 451-4080.

Easter Weekend at the Osthoff April 19 – 20

Join in an “eggs-traordinary” Easter celebration at The Osthoff Resort with children’s holiday workshops, a traditional Easter egg hunt and a sumptuous Easter Sunday buffet. The Easter Bunny, will be on hand to greet children of all ages. • Easter Workshops - April 19, 9:30am to noon; $12 per child per workshop plus tax. To register, contact the Front Desk two hours in advance, 920.876.3366. Open to the public. • Easter Egg Hunt - April 19, on the Osthoff grounds, 12:30 to 1pm Complimentary to resort guests only. • Easter Buffet - April 20, 11am - 3 pm; $27.95 per adult, $1.00 per year of child’s age (4-12). For Easter Buffet reservations, call 920.876.5857.

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Easter Brunch at The Kitchens of Kohler April 20

Enjoy special Easter Brunch menus at The American Club in The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes and The Wisconsin Room or at Blackwolf Run. 800-344-2838 to make a reservation.

Date Nite - April 24, 5-9pm

Turn an ordinary Thursday into an “Enchanted Evening” in Historic Sheboygan Falls. Have a Sweetheart Picture taken at the Chamber-Main Street “Studio” and enjoy fabulous dining special. Enter to win a Special Date Nite Raffle Package for you and your sweetheart. New this year “Heart Throb” Scavenger Hunt. No admission fee. Sponsored by Chamber-Main Street 920-467-6206. Continued on page 40 >>>

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Hearthside Dinner - April 26

Enjoy a delicious hearth-cooked meal prepared with your own hands in the famous Wade House stagecoach inn. Guests prepare 19th-century dishes on a wood-burning stove and over an open hearth fire just as Mrs. Wade did more than 150 years ago. This participatory event culminates in a wonderful sit-down meal in the lovely Wade House dining room. Seating is limited; reservations required, 920-526-3271. Private hearthside dinners for groups of 10-20 may also be arranged; wadehouse.wisconsinhistory.org.

Peer-to-Peer Business Expo April 30, 4-7pm

The Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce will host its first Business Expo at the Blue Harbor Resort & Spa in Sheboygan. Exhibitors will welcome all staff members from your business to explore what’s available right here in our county. Food, entertainment and refreshments will make for a magical evening of first-class networking. www.sheboygan.org.

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Dirt Track Races - May-Sept., Saturdays

See Plymouth Dirt Track Racing at its finest at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds, 229 Fairview Dr., Plymouth. To purchase tickets call the Sheboygan County Fair office, 920-893-5751; www.plymouthdtr.com.

Get Golf Ready Clinics at Blackwolf Run & Whistling Straits - May-June

Beginner Sessions on Wednesday evenings – May 7, 14, 21, 28 and June 4. Intermediate/ Advanced Sessions on Thursday evenings – May 8, 15, 22, 29 and June 5. Nine Hole Event and Hors d’ oeuvres Reception – Saturday, June 7 at Blackwolf Run. Weekly topics include: Fundamentals, Fitness, Full Swing, Short Game, Course Management, Rules & Etiquette, Bunker Play and Video Review. $149 per person. www.KohlerGolfAcademy.com or email KohlerGolfAcademy@Kohler.com.

Bookworm Gardens Opens May 1, 10am-4pm

From 10 to 11:30 am, INSPIRE Open House and May Basket activity for individuals with early-to-midstage Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. No charge. From 3 to 4 pm, May baskets. Celebrate the gardens re-opening by stopping by during this hour to create and take May Baskets. No charge. Bookwormgardens.org.

Jaycees Open House - May 1, 6-7pm

Learn more about Sheboygan Jaycees. Jaycee Quarry View Center, 3401 Calumet Drive. RSVP to shebjcs@gmail.com.

Rockets for Schools and Spaceport Sheboygan Rocket Launch - May 2-3

Spaceport Sheboygan on the South Pier has been Wisconsin’s home of Rockets for Schools since its inception in 1995. Each year, more than 300 students from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan have participated in successful launches at Spaceport Sheboygan; Sheboygan South Pier; www.rockets4schools.org.

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“Summertime” Lakeshore Chorale May 3, 7:30pm

Lakeshore Chorale invites you to a musical “picnic!” A variety of light choral favorites to please every taste will close the 20132014 season. Trinity Lutheran Church, 824 Wisconsin Avenue, Sheboygan. $15.00 adults; $8.00 students OR included in Season Ticket. 920-451-1863. www.lakeshorechorale.org/.

Bookworm Gardens Family Fun Run May 4, 1pm

Run or walk to help raise funds for Bookworm Gardens. This fun run is a 2-mile, noncompetitive run and walk. There is a fee for participants. Visit the website for additional details. Bookwormgardens.org.

INSPIRE program: The Garden in Spring May 5, 10-11:30am

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. Programs are held in accessible areas of the garden. Each session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested. Bookwormgardens.com.

Founder’s Day Lecture: Dr. Peter E. Makari - May 6, 6:30-9pm

“Living Stones: Christian Presence & Witness in Palestine/Israel” is the topic of this lecture to be held at the Bradley Fine Arts Building on the Lakeland College campus. Lakeland.edu.

Coastal Connections “Making Your Mark” Awards Banquet - May 6

Your chance to honor the best of our county’s young professionals, this event sponsored by the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce features great food, refreshments, Chamber friends and lots of applause for the prestigious winners. Held at The Bull in Sheboygan Falls. www.sheboygan.org.

Community Discussion: Alzheimer’s and Memory Loss - May 6, 6-7:30pm

Ginny Nyhuis with the Alzheimer’s Association, Southeast Wisconsin Chapter, will lead a community discussion on Alzheimer’s and memory loss. This event is part of the Bookworm Gardens INSPIRE program; there is no charge for attendance. Bookwormgardens.com.

Ladies’ Night Out - May 8, 5-8pm

Grab your girlfriends and join us for a fabulous night out at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Start your evening at Woodlake Market for the raffle entry and to learn what each shop has to offer. Promotions, special events, samplings, and more. 920-459-1713. ShopsatWoodlake.com.

Jazz on the Vine - May 9-10

A weekend of jazz by world-renowned musicians and samplings of over 100 domestic and international wines, and sophisticated cuisine by chefs at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. $135 for the weekend, $175 preferred seating; $75 for one day. Sunday Jazz Brunch: $27.95. www.jazzonthevine.net; 877-496-4113.

“Oliver!” Sheboygan Theatre Company May 9-11, 14-17

The musical, based on Charles Dickens’ classic “Oliver Twist,” tells the tale of a young orphaned boy. All performances at 7:30 pm, except 2pm on Sunday, May 11. Performances at Leslie W. Johnson Theatre, Horace Mann Middle School. Season and single tickets available. 920-459-3779; www.sheboygantheatercompany.com.

Tourney of Taverns - May 10

The Tourney of Taverns began in 2011 as an event for Jaycees and the general public to form 3-person teams and compete in various bar games at local bars. Scores from all games are tallied and the top three teams win cash and prize packages. Award also is given to team with the best costumes. Proceeds benefit local charities. $30 per person. www.tourneyoftaverns.com

Time Share: Racine Arts Council at the Frank Juarez Gallery - May 10 – June 14

Featuring works by Jerry Belland, Joe Church, Doug Devinny, Maureen Fritchen, Samira Gdisis, Alexander Mandli, Dan Nielsen, Suellyn Scoon, and Maggie Venn. Reception on May 17, 5 to 8pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live music. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery. com; frankjuarezgallery@gmail.com.

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra May 10, 7:30pm

“All About Family Concert” featuring Jennifer Grimaldi, soprano; Julia Benzinger, mezzosoprano; Robert Breault, tenor; Stephen Morscheck, bass-baritone. Repertoire: J.S. Bach | Brandenburg Concerto No. 2; Beethoven | Symphony No. 9. Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St., Sheboygan.

Mother’s Day Dining at Destination Kohler - May 11

Enjoy special Mother’s Day brunch menus at The American Club in The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes and in The Wisconsin Room or at Blackwolf Run. Call 800-344-2838 to make a reservation.

Leadership Institute Graduation & Alumni Dinner - May 15

Held at Spaceport Sheboygan, those who successfully make their way through the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Institute formalize their graduation and invite their sponsors and other Chamber members to celebrate. www.sheboygan.org.

13th Annual Plymouth Arts Center Singers Spring Concert - May 16-17 Plymouth Arts Center; www.plymoutharts.org.

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Spring Vintage Weekend - May 16-18

Road America’s Spring Vintage Weekend kicks-off a summer full of racing featuring exciting wheel-to-wheel action from vintage and historical cars. Over 300 participants are expected to race in ten separate groups, from production and grand touring cars – to sports racers, prototypes and formula cars.

For information and tickets call 800-3657223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

Third Saturday: Serving Those Who’ve Served; Sheboygan County Veteran Organizations - May 17, 10am-3pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy.koeppen@sheboygancounty.com.

Movers and Shakers Gala - May 17

The Movers & Shakers Gala is orchestrated and hosted by Lakeland College and the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra with proceeds shared between the two nonprofit organizations. In six years, the event has raised more than $1.45 million for the two organizations and several local charities selected by the “celebrity” dancers. Revenue from the event was generated through ticket sales, sponsorships, gifts, live auction and vote sales.Lakeland.edu.

Wade House at Work and Play May 17-19, 10am-5pm

Come help Wade House get ready for spring. Prepare and plant the gardens, fill straw ticks, air quilts, make beds, black the stove and sweep the floors. On Sunday only, take in the sights and sounds of vintage base ball as it was played (and spelled) in the 1860s. Come celebrate the household duties and the fun that helped shape this 160-year-old community; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org; 920-526-3271.

1860s Vintage Base Ball Game May 18, 1:30pm

Come cheer on the Greenbush Dead City’s vintage base ball team as they defend their home turf against the Milwaukee Cream Citys, playing by the rules of 1860. Included with general admission; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org; 920-526-3271.

Sheboygan Toy & Video Game Show - May 18

Comic books, toys, video games, Star Wars and Star Trek memorabilia and more. At Sheboygan Lakers Ice Arena, 1202 S. Wildwood Ave. Hosted by Freaktoyz Collectibles of Sheboygan,526 N. 8th St., Sheboygan; (920) 287-7812; freaktoyz@ charter.net; or freaktoyz.wix.com/ sheboygantoyshow.

Free Boat Rides - May 20

Charter boats along Harbor Riverfront, Sheboygan, offer free rides. www.nconnect. net/~schled/boatrides.html.

LTC Criterium - May 24-25

Bicycle racing on a 21-mile course at the Lakeshore Technical College campuse in Cleveland; www.elkhartlakemultisports.com.

Memorial Day Parade, Sheboygan May 26, 9am Downtown. 458-9944.

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Ribbon Cutting – WPS Raised Beds Garden May 27

Join WPS, Meals On Wheels and the community in celebrating the 3,360-square-feet of raised beds dedicated to growing food for Meals On Wheels. freshmealsonwheels.org.

Memorial Day Parade, Plymouth May 27, 10am

Travels Mill St. to Union Cemetery (North St); www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

Subway Superbike Doubleheader – AMA Pro Racing - May 30 - June 1

The fast and flowing 4-mile natural road course at Road America will serve as the theater of war for AMA Pro Road Racing in early June. One of the most exciting and challenging tracks on the AMA Pro Road Racing calendar, this annual two-wheel celebration draws huge crowds for a weekend full of doubleheaders in four AMA Pro Racing classes. Fan activities include on-site camping and open karting. For information and tickets call 800-365-7223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

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Kohler Golf Academy for Juniors June-July

Golf instruction for juniors ages 4-17, whether beginning or looking to play at the high school level. At Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits. www.KohlerGolfAcademy.com or email KohlerGolfAcademy@Kohler.com.

Plymouth Aquatic Center Mid-June to mid-September

Outdoor pool with slide, zero depth entrance and more; Plymouth City Park, North Milwaukee Street & Suhrke Road, Plymouth; 920-8938351; www.plymoutgov.com/pac, for pool pass prices, lesson times, open pool times.

Concerts in City Park June-August, Thursdays

Music begins at 7:30pm at Plymouth City Park, North Milwaukee Street and Grove Street. Concession stand with food served by local civic organizations. 920-893-0079 or www. plymouthwisconsin.com.

Twilight Series Concerts June-August, Wednesdays and Fridays

The City of Sheboygan’s annual concert series, an evening of live, outdoor entertainment. Carry-Ins are not permitted; free. Fountain Park, Eighth Street and Ontario, Sheboygan; www.visitsheboygan.com.

INSPIRE program: Planting an Herb Garden - June 2 and 11, 10-11:30am

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. Programs are held in accessible areas of the garden. Each session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested. bookwormgardens.org.

Safety Council Annual Conference - June 5

Held at Lakeshore Technical College and sponsored by the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, this day-long conference focuses on best practices in developing a safe, productive work environments and cultures. This event more than doubled its attendance in 2013. www.sheboygan.org.

Sheboygan Jaycees Golf Days June 6, 10:30am-6:30pm

Golfing for charities at Town & Country Golf Course. $70 per person before May 23; $80 afterward. Pre-registration by June 1 required, golfdays@sheboyganjaycees.com; www.sheboyganjaycees.com/golfdays.

Vintage Motorcycle Classic (AHRMA) / Rockerbox Motofest - June 6-8

Featuring vintage racing motorcycles from the 1920s to the early ‘70s and vintage superbikes from the ‘70s and ‘80s. The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) is dedicated to preserving the heritage of racing motorcycles and promotes this heritage through events at legendary race circuits. Fans will also enjoy the Rockerbox Motofest featuring an eclectic mix of Euro, Japanese and American vintage café racers, choppers, sport bikes, racing machines, super motos, scooters, and sidecars. All makes and models of bikes are welcome; you’ll find a mash of bikes competing for space alongside dealers and vendors of all things motorcycling. 800365-7223; www.roadamerica.com.

Farmers & Artisans Market June 7 – Oct. 11, 8:30 am-12:30 pm

Every Saturday, downtown Elkhart Lake at the train depot. Fresh produce, bakery, canned goods, jewelry, lawn art, and much more. 920-876-2922.

Free Outdoor Fun Weekend - June 7-8

Kohler-Andrae State Park, no admission fees, free fishing at all state parks. 920-451-4080.

Free Fishing Weekend - June 7-8

Fish for free on any Wisconsin lake and waterway. Dnr.wi.gov.

Garlic Mustard Pull - June 7, 9am-noon

Help is needed to eradicate this Invasive plant from Kohler-Andrae State Park. Free admission for volunteers. 920-451-4080.

Kohler Festival of Beer Series: Beer Cup Golf Tournament - June 7

The first event of three to celebrate Kohler Festival of Beer, join us for the 5th Annual Beer Cup challenge at Blackwolf Run. Enjoy spectacular golf with your favorite beverage - beer. This one-day tournament will feature a special beer sampling at all par fives, closest to the pin and a hole-in-one competition. Then join the entire group for a beer dinner and pig roast. (888) 293-7337. DestinationKohler.com.

Outdoor Cooking Demonstration June 7, noon-1:30pm

Meet at Kohler Andrae State amphitheater. 920-451-4080.

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Sheboygan Salmon Cup Tournament June 7-8

Fishing tournament along the Sheboygan lakefront . www.sheboyganfishingclub.com/

Weathertech Chicago Region SCCA June Sprints - June 13-15

Everything from showroom stock to highly modified purpose-built race cars from 10 race groups are scheduled to fill four days of practice, qualifying and racing at this year’s WeatherTech® Chicago Region SCCA June Sprints. With Road America’s park-like setting, trackside viewing, up-close access to drivers and teams, it’s no wonder the June Sprints remains one of the nation’s premier amateur sports car racing events. 800-365-7223; www.roadamerica.com.

Ladybug Picnic at Bookworm Gardens June 14, 10am-2pm

A garden favorite returns! It’s time for investigation stations, crafts, storytimes, and ladybug releases! There is a $3 per child admission for this event (members get in free). Bookwormgardens.org.

Wings & Wheels - June 15

Sponsored by Sheboygan EAA Chapter 766, the Aviation Heritage Center hosts more than 70 vintage automobiles and 30 unique aircraft every year on Father’s Day. Here’s your chance to get a close-up look at one-ofa-kind cars and airplanes. You can meet pilots and car owners while enjoying food and beverages sold by local vendors. www.ahcw.org.

Wade House 1860s Father’s Day Vintage Base Ball Game - June 15, 1:30pm

Come cheer on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team, and join in the fun as they engage in a rousing pick-up game with fans of all ages. The game is played according to 1860s rules; included with general admission; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org; 920-526-3271.

Raising a Reader: Family Reading Workshop for families with PreK children June 16, 29 and 30

Bookworm Gardens is offering a series of workshops for parents and care givers on Raising a Reader. Techniques and strategies for motivating children to read, choosing appropriate books, and supporting a child while reading with them will be provided. Children are encouraged to attend this activity with their parents or caregivers. There is no charge, but pre-registration is encouraged. Bookwormgardens.org.

INSPIRE program: Waiting for Wings in the Butterfly Gardens June 16 and 25, 10-11:30 am

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. Programs are held in accessible areas of the garden. Each session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested. Bookwormgardens.org.

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Bookworm Gardens is offering a series of workshops for parents and care givers on Raising a Reader. Sessions for preschool children and for K-2nd grade children are available. Techniques and strategies for motivating children to read, choosing appropriate books, and supporting a child while reading with them will be provided. Children are encouraged to attend this activity with their parents or caregivers. Free but registration is encouraged. Bookwormgardens.org.

NASCAR Nationwide / Pirelli World Challenge / SCCA Trans-Am - June 19-21

The weekend will feature incredible wheel-to-wheel racing with the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Pirelli World Challenge, and SCCA Trans-Am. Race fans will have the opportunity to watch some of NASCAR’s future stars as they test their skills on the storied four-mile, 14-turn road circuit. Road America has a legendary history of featuring brilliant racers on a challenging circuit that easily separates the good from the great drivers. Additional activities include big screens, fan activities, camping and more! For information and tickets call 800-3657223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

Blasters Classic Golf Tournament - June 20

Blasters Classic Golf Tournament brings together civic-minded business leaders and proud Lakeland College alumni for a fun-filled day of top-notch golf and warm, genuine camaraderie. Funds raised directly support student scholarships and Muskies athletics. The Moose Woltzen Cup is a scramble held at The Bull at Pinehurst Farms. The Mike Devaney Cup is a scramble held at Town & Country Golf Course. Lakeland.edu.

I Listen to Color - June 21 – July 26

Featuring 2-D and 3-D works by Michael Davidson (Milwaukee), Robert Epstein (New Jersey), Lauri Hopkins (United Kingdom), Anna Kunz (Chicago), Rob de Oude (Bushwick), and Julie Torres (Brooklyn). Reception on July 12, 5-8 pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live music. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery. com; frankjuarezgallery@gmail.com.

Third Saturday: Badges of Courage and Safety; Sheboygan County Policing June 21, 10am-3 pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy. koeppen@sheboygancounty.com.

Plymouth Festival of Fine Arts June 21, 10am-4pm

Enjoy the Plymouth Art Center’s juried fine arts fair and Taste of Plymouth Cuisine in a celebration of art, food and music. 520 East Mill St. Free. 920-892-8409 or www.plymoutharts.org.

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SUP ’n’ Surf - June 21

EOS series. Part of the Midwest SUP (Stand Up Paddle boarding) Championship Series, top elite division finishers earn points to qualify for the 2012 World SUP/Paddle Championship; free demonstrations, lessons and tips. All ages and skill levels welcome; Lake Michigan, South Pier beach (near Blue Harbor); EOS Outdoor, 668 S. Pier Dr., Sheboygan; 920-208-SURF (7873). http:// www.midwestsup.com/.

INSPIRE program: Healing Hearts Program with Guest Artist Dar Hosta June 21, 30

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. This session is a drop-in program led by artist and author, Dar Hosta. Participants will create their own original artwork. Bookwormgardens.org.

Optima Faceoff at Road America - June 22

Step up your weekend plans and add a little speed to your life. OPTIMA Batteries will hold one of its OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational qualifying events at Road America, affectionately known as the OPTIMA FACEOFF. The event includes autocross, road course, braking and acceleration challenges, plus style and design competition and road rally – a must see! For information and tickets call 800-365-7223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

Bookworm Gardens Reading Club June 24, 2-3pm

Join us at Bookworm Gardens to discuss this month’s Reading Club pick, The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate. A fun, hands-on activity will take place as part of the discussion. Participants are expected to have read the book. There is no charge, but pre-registration is encouraged. Bookwormgardens.org.

Music in the Park with Judy Stock June 25, 7pm

At Kohler Andrae State Park amphitheater. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-451-4080.

Outdoor Movie Night - June 25, 7:30pm

Watch “Monster University” under the stars in the Vollrath Park Bowl. Free. Movie begins at dusk. Rain date is June 26.

Bookworm Gardens Fairy Festival June 26, 10am-2pm

Imagination and fairy dust take center stage at our Third Annual Fairy Festival. But this day isn’t just for little girls…every child will love the stories, crafts, and woodland magic that fills the garden. There is a $3 admission for this event (members get in free). Bookwormgardens.org.

Kohler Festival of Beer: Grilling Weekend June 26-28

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Bedtime Stories at Bookworm Gardens June 27, 6:30-8:30pm

A very special evening program – come in your pajamas as some of our best storytellers share their favorite bedtime stories! There is no admission charge for this event. Bookwormgardens.org.

71st Annual Greek Festival - June 27-29

Presented by St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church at Deland Park. Greek music, food, costumed dangers. Food served from 5 – 9pm Friday, 11am to 9pm Saturday, 11am – 7pm Sunday. Liturgy worship service at 9 am. No entry fee; however, tickets must be purchased for food and beverages. Sheboygangreekfestival.com.

June-A-Palooza: June 28, 3-10pm

An event to benefit Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County, also known as “controlled mayhem for adults.” Attendees will enjoy an eclectic sensation of experiences including Ferris Wheel rides overlooking Lake Michigan, trackless train rides, massages in the Japanese gardens, private train rides, wine tastings with a world-renowned sommelier and award-winning culinary creations all taking place on private grounds of Christopher Farm & Gardens. Local artists will create original works of art on oversized 3-foot and 5-foot metal forks which will be auctioned. A silent auction will feature an array of high-end items. www.juneapalooza.com

Junior Coho Derby - June 28

Here’s a chance for kids ages 7-15 to try their luck fishing out on Lake Michigan. All young participants will receive prizes for their efforts, along with food and beverages. www.sheboyganfishingclub.com/.

JULY

Art Armada - July 4, noon

At Rotary Riverview Park, a July 4th tradition continues as the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s annual Art Armada again sets sail, featuring a hilarious regatta of boats built around a common theme on the Sheboygan River. Prizes are awarded in a variety of categories, including most spectacular sinking, most creative interpretation of the theme, best team spirit and fastest time. JMKAC.org.

Kohler Independence Day Celebrations July 4

The Traditional Sousa Concert will begin at 8:30pm and The American Club will be serving up summer favorites off the grill. The evening will finish with a firework display set to the music of the Kiel Municipal Band. Complimentary. Concessions available for purchase. 800-344-2838 or visit DestinationKohler.com.

Independence Day Celebrations Sheboygan - July 4

American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Sheboygan County - July 14

Elkhart Lake Firemen’s Department Independence Day Weekend Celebration July 5-7

Sidewalk Sale - July 16, 8am-8pm

Events kick off with a parade starting in downtown Sheboygan and ending at Lake Michigan where there are a variety of celebrations featuring bands, vendors and food. Fireworks at Port of Sheboygan; www. visitsheboygan.com.

This family event features music, children’s games, food and refreshments. Lineup of activities: Friday evening music begins at 8pm and fireworks start at 9:30pm Rain date for fireworks is Saturday night. Saturday evening music 8pm to midnight. Sunday’s parade through the Village Square begins at 11:30am Free.

Outdoor Cooking Demonstration July 5, noon-1:30pm

Meet at Kohler Andrae State Park amphitheater. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-451-4080.

Ducktona 500 Car Show and Duck Race July 6, 7am-5 pm

Bring the entire family to beautiful River Park in Sheboygan Falls for the Ducktona 500 Family Festival and Car Show. Wander through the rows and rows of the finest collection of cars in the area, spanning decades of vintage and classic cars. Enjoy the family festival with live music, food court, vendor midway, Big Wheel races, pony rides and meet “Addie the Cow”. Make sure to purchase your “duck” for the annual duck race as thousands of rubber ducks race down the Sheboygan River. Admission fee for car show entrants only. 920-467-6206.

Candlelight Summer Hike July 12, 8:30-10:30pm

Walk the Kohler Andrae State Park cordwalk and beach, lit by tiki torches. No pets allowed. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-451-4080.

Annual Sheboygan Area Garden Walk July 12

The 17th annual Sheboygan Area Garden Walk features local gardens; www. sheboygangardeners.com.

Mill Street Festival - July 12, 9am-4 pm

Join us as we close Mill Street downtown to vehicular traffic and open it to live music, family entertainment, vendors, food and beverages. Free admission; 920-893-0079; www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

Sheboygan & Ozaukee Inter-Club Contest July 13 Fishing tournament. Sheboyganfishingclub.com.

Ss. Cyril & Methodius Slovenian Picnic July 13

Annual Polka mass and event at Deland Park. 920-457-7110.

Held at the Sheboygan Falls High School Track. Sign up a team to walk in the Relay and fund raise, register to walk the Survivor lap or just come and attend our fun-filled, family-friendly event. Food, music, raffles and free kids games; www.relayforlife.org/ sheboyganwi. You will want to come early on this day to cash in on the many summer bargains in downtown Sheboygan Falls. 920-467-6206.

The HAWK with Brian Redman (Vintage) / Concourse D’elegance - July 16-20

A mid-summer favorite, THE HAWK with Brian Redman is one of the largest vintage racing gatherings in the United States and features over 400 cars racing in several groups. The four-day weekend will also showcase a Historic CAN-AM, which is the highlight of this year’s event as an impressive field of cars is expected to gather in celebration of CAN-AM’s 48th Anniversary. For 2014, Road America will pay tribute to the FORD Mustang as its featured marque in celebration of Mustang’s 50th anniversary. The Nationwide Insurance Concourse D’elegance in downtown Elkhart Lake on Friday and Saturday night is a can’t miss event for any enthusiast. For information and tickets call 800-365-7223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

Music in the Park with Peter Scheuerman July 16, 7pm

Meet at the Kohler Andrae State Park amphitheater. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-451-4080.

Powder Puff Derby - July 16

This ladies-only event (one man per boat, if the ladies deem necessary) combines six hours of fishing, shore lunch and prizes. Entry fee; The Wharf, 733 Riverfront Dr., Sheboygan; 920-458-4406.

Early Bird Rotary Lobster Boil July 18, 4:30-8:30 pm

Come with your family, friends and coworkers to enjoy a lobster dinner. Brats, burgers and beverages will also be available at the event. Music provided by Jon Doll and Friends. Have 10 people enter a tabledecorating contest to win 5 tickets to the next year lobster boil and $500.00 toward your favorite charity! Cost: $40.00 ($25 tax deduction). Must be preordered. Purchase tickets at www.earlybirdrotary.org or at H.C. Denison – 920-457-9451.

Third Saturday: Hometown Sports Champions - July 19, 10am-3 pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy. koeppen@sheboygancounty.com. Continued on page 43 >>>

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Wize ‘N Up - July 21-24

An exciting four days of learning about God and important values in a fun and wacky way. Each night starts off with energy-packed music, funny skits and Bible teaching. Then, the kids head outside for some wild and messy team games, t-shirts are provided (kids wear old clothing and shoes). All kids 5 years through grade 5. Held in the evenings at Sheboygan County Christian High School; Sponsored by Crossroads Community Church; www.crossroadssheboygan.org.

EAA Oshkosh AirVenture 2014 July 28 – Aug. 3

The world’s greatest aviation celebration takes to the skies with excitement and thrills throughout the weeklong event in Oshkosh at Wittman Regional Airport. EAA hosts a variety of activities, both on the ground and in the air. www.airventure.org/tickets.

Midsummer Festival of the Arts July 19-20

The 135 artists presenting their work come from throughout the U.S. Paint¬ings, photographs, furniture, wood carvings, ceramics, glass, jewelry, leather goods, wearables, sculpture, textiles, toys, and more will be pre¬sented for purchase. Food vendors offer a wide range of fare, from Sheboygan County’s famous bratwurst to ethnic cuisines and heavenly desserts. The Library Sculpture Garden is the place to enjoy terrific music by nationally acclaimed bands and inspiring local musi¬cians. Both children and adults can explore their own creativity in the art workshops; free admission; John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan; 920-458-6144, www.jmkac.org.

Hmong Summer Festival - July 19-20

Sheboygan’s Hmong Community invites the public to share its culture. Soccer and volleyball tournaments, crafts, clothing and food highlight the festival held at Kiwanis Park, Sheboygan; admission. www.hmaaweb.org/.

ACUITY Health Challenge - July 19

ACUITY challenges you to a 2 Mile or 5K Run/ Walk to support local charities. Sheboygan. www.facebook.com/AcuityHealthChallenge.

Wade House 1860s Vintage Base Ball Game - July 20, 1:30pm

Come cheer on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team as they defend their home turf against the Milwaukee Grays, playing by the rules of 1860; included with general admission; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org; 920-526-3271.

T-28 Fly-In - July 24-28

Every year the Aviation Heritage Center hosts more than 20 vintage T-28 aircraft and their pilots as they prepare for the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. A highlight of the weekend is a performance by the Trojan Horsemen, the T-28 aerobatic emonstration team. The event is a unique opportunity to meet and mingle with the T-28 pilots, something that can’t happen at the larger Oshkosh event.

Visitors can watch them prepare in the flight briefing room and view them walking through their aerobatic routines on the ground. www.ahcw.org

competition yourself. Child, adult, and family entries are welcome. Visit the website for additional information. Bookwormgardens.org.

German Night at Plymouth City Park July 24

Deland Park is transformed into a giant outdoor basketball arena as more than 500 teams converge on the temporarily erected courts in 3-on-3 tournament play. Registration on Friday and day-long games and activities for the entire family on Saturday. Entry fee. 920-565-4114; www.macker.com.

Plymouth celebrates its German heritage with a pig roast, biergarten, brats and burgers and a variety of other goodies. Serving usually begins around 3:30pm and at 6pm Features the Junge Kamaraden, Plymouth Municipal Band and a guest band. City Park, North Milwaukee and Grove Streets; 920893-0079; www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

The Shops at Woodlake Kohler Summer Sidewalk Sale - July 25-27

Summer specials in the open air hosted by the unique stores at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler. 920-459-1713. Shops at Woodlake.com

Miesfelds Lakeshore Festival for Children’s Hospital - July 25-27

Summer fun fest for all ages benefiting Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Sheboygan South Pier; www.lakeshoreweekendsheboygan.com

Cedar Grove Holland Fest - July 25-26

One of the most popular ethnic events in the state, the 67th Holland Fest is held in Cedar Grove the last Friday and Saturday of July. Among the many activities are street scrubbing, Klompen dancing, art fair, bus tours, free entertainment, ethnic and traditional foods. Huge parade at 1pm Saturday. This is a family-orientated event with something for everyone; hollandfest.com.

Johnsonville Brat Days - July 31-Aug. 2

Brat Days, presented by Sheboygan Jaycees, has something fun for people of all ages! Pumping tunes, entertainers, wild rides, contests, and so much more. Starts with a parade on July 21. Live music and, of course, brats. At Kiwanis Park. brat-days.com/

AUGUST

Get Golf Ready Clinics at Blackwolf Run & Whistling Straits - August-September

Beginner Sessions on Wednesday evenings – Aug. 20, 27 and Sept. 3, 10, 17. Intermediate/ Advanced Sessions on Thursday evenings – Aug. 21, 28 and Sept. 4, 11, 18. Nine Hole Event and Hors d’ oeuvres Reception – Saturday, September 20 at Blackwolf Run. Weekly topics include: Fundamentals, Fitness, Full Swing, Short Game, Course Management, Rules & Etiquette, Bunker Play and Video Review. $149 per person. www.KohlerGolfAcademy.com or email KohlerGolfAcademy@Kohler.com

“Unfamiliar” featuring photographs by Juan Juarez - Aug. 2 – Sept. 6

Reception on August 16, 5-8pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live music. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery.com; frankjuarezgallery@ gmail.com

Plant A Book Contest - Aug. 2, 10am-2pm

Vote on your favorite planter inspired by a children’s book. Better yet, enter the

Gus Macker Basketball - Aug. 2-3

Liars Club’s Annual Street Dance Aug. 3, 11 am-6 pm

Brats, Beer, and Polka at Sheboygan’s last true street dance. Best raffle prizes around, silent auctions, 50/50 raffles and more. All proceeds go to benefit local charities and handicapped organizations; www.sheboyganliarsclub.com.

INSPIRE program: A Visit to the Pond Aug. 4, 13, 18 and 27

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. Programs are held in accessible areas of the garden. Each session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested. Bookwormgardens.org.

Outdoor Movie Night - Aug. 6, 7:30pm

Enjoy the movie, “Despicable Me 2,” under the stars at the Vollrath Park Bowl. Movie begins at dusk. Rain date is Aug. 7.

TUDOR United Sportscar Series / IMSA Continental Sports Car Challenge Aug. 7-10

The newly formed TUDOR United SportsCar Series takes over Road America’s 4-mile circuit for what will be the most incredible weekend of sports car racing in the world. Fans will get to see the IMSA Continental Sports Car Challenge Series race on Saturday, Aug. 9, with the TUDOR United SportsCar Challenge Series event on Sunday. Fan activities include an open grid, autographs, tech talks, fan forums, car corrals, and Tour de RA bike event. For information and tickets call 800-365-7223 or check out www. roadamerica.com.

Plymouth Arts Center Cheese Capital Jazz Crawl for the Arts - Aug. 8, 5pm-1 am

From small jazz combos to full orchestra swing bands, the Jazz Crawl has great music choices. The Plymouth Arts Center publishes a brochure outlining the groups and their locations for the evening; this brochure is usually available by late July, and can be obtained by calling 920-892-8409 or logging onto www.plymoutharts.org. There is an admission price; details can be found on website.

Luxembourg Fest and Heritage Weekend Aug. 9-10

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the Luxembourg Cultural Society. The Fest includes a parade, art & craft fair, Honored Family exhibits, food and refreshments, Minute to Win It Treipen Eating Contest, musicians from Luxembourg, children’s activities, Cultural Center tours, an outdoor Mass, and more. www.lacs.lu/

Annual Riverfront Coho Derby - Aug. 9-10

Coho Derby, Sheboygan’s eagerly anticipated Lake Michigan fishing tournament, sponsored by The Wharf and based at the Sheboygan Riverfront offers fun and prizes for area fisherman. Food, beverages, DJ. Entry fees; www.sheboyganfishingclub.com.

Immaculate Conception Church Parish Festival - Aug. 10, 11am - 8 pm

On the parish grounds. Indoor Mass celebrated at 10:30am Immaculate Conception Church, 1305 Humboldt Ave., Sheboygan; 920-457-3967.

Downtown Night - Aug. 11

Downtown Elkhart Lake at Rhine and Lake Streets. Food, live music, activities and games. 920-876-2922.

Earthfest - Aug. 15-17

Enjoy a wide variety of local musicians and performers, vendors of handmade and upcycled items, local and organic foods, children’s activities, area non-profit organizations, and speakers. We encourage community spirit and environmental awareness in a family-friendly, non-alcoholic atmosphere. Free. Fountain Park, www. earthfestsheboygan.org.

Third Saturday: Spares and Strikes at the Alleys - Aug. 16, 10am-3pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy. koeppen@sheboygancounty.com.

S’mores & more S’mores Aug. 16, noon-1:30pm

Outdoor demonstration at Kohler Andrae State Park amphitheater. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-451-4080.

There is Hope – Walk for Suicide Awareness & Prevention Aug. 16, 8:30am-12:30pm

At Deland Park, the 9th annual There is Hope walk takes place along Sheboygan’s scenic lakefront. Along with the walk, there will be a brat fry, music, bucket raffles, a silent auction. Registration begins at 8:30 am, guest speaker will present at 9:30am and the walk begins at 10:00am The event lasts until 12:30pm For more information, please call Mental Health America in Sheboygan County at (920)458-3951, email info@mhasheboygan. org or www.mhasheboygan.org. Continued on page 44 >>>

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Wade House 1860s Vintage Base Ball Game - Aug. 17, 1:30 pm

Come cheer on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team as they defend their home turf against the Eagle Diamonds, playing by the rules of 1860. Game is included with admission; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org; 920-526-3271.

Bookworm Gardens Reading Club Aug. 19, 2-3pm

Join us at Bookworm Gardens to discuss this month’s Reading Club pick, Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett. A fun, hands-on activity will take place as part of the discussion. Participants are expected to have read the book. There is no charge, but pre-registration is encouraged. Bookwormgardens.org.

Search the Sky with the Naked Eye Aug. 23, 7pm

Learn to read the night sky without the use of telescopes. Meet at Kohler Andrae State Park on the beach adjacent to bathhouse. Vehicle admission sticker required. 920-4514080.

54th Annual Wade House Arts and Crafts Fair - Aug. 24, 9 am-4pm

Artisans and craftspeople from Wisconsin and across the Midwest display and sell their wares at one of the most popular and longstanding fairs of its kind in eastern Wisconsin. Stagecoach rides available; 920-526-3271; www.wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org.

29th Annual KMCC Custom Car Show Aug. 24

Held at Sheboygan’s lakefront South Pier Drive, adjacent to Blue Harbor Resort. Show your car and help raise funds for local charities. Includes cars, vans, and trucks; will be door prizes, dash plaques for first 200 cars and more; www.kmccwi.org.

Sheboygan County Fair - Aug. 28-Sept. 1

Sheboygan County’s most anticipated event, with entertainment, judging in numerous categories, displays, food and more. Admission. Sheboygan County Fairgrounds, 229 Fairview Drive, Plymouth; www. shebcofair.com; 920-893-5751

SEPTEMBER

Fall in Love with Wine - Sept. 5-9 pm

Experience Sheboygan County’s newest winery at The Blind Horse Winery. Enjoy food samplings from many local restaurants providing a unique taste of CMS member restaurants while tapping your toe to the live music of Beef Tea. Mingle with your friends the outdoor patio on a beautiful Fall night. Cost: $40/person (subject to change). 920-467-6206

INSPIRE program: Memory Book Activity Sept. 10 and 15, 10 – 11:30 am

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session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested.

Annual Chamber Golf Classic - Sept. 10

Held at Town & Country and sponsored by the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, business leaders from all over Sheboygan County gather at one of our premier golf courses to compete, laugh and celebrate the closing months of the golf season together. From seasoned golfers to duffers, everyone has a great time at the Chamber’s annual event. www.sheboygan.org.

Sheboygan Jaycees Glo Run Sept. 12, 7:30pm

Grab a glow stick and neon headband for a night-time 5k run/walk through Evergreen Park, illuminated by black lights. Proceeds benefit local charities. $25 per person. www.sheboyganjaycees.com/GloRun.

VSCDA Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival Sept. 12-14

Gorgeous cars showcase racing history against the beautiful fall colors at America’s National Park of Speed! The weekend regularly attracts nearly 300 vintage and historic racecars to run over the three-day event including a field of pre-war models. The fan-friendly paddock is open to spectators for close-up views of amazing racing machines prepared to era-specifications all weekend. On Saturday fans can watch a historic road course reenactment tour, which will leave Road America and follow a route almost identical to the street course driven in the early 1950s. For information and tickets call 800-365-7223 or check out www.roadamerica.com.

Bedtime Stories - Sept. 12, 6:30-8:30pm

A very special evening program – come in your pajamas as some of our best storytellers share their favorite bedtime stories! There is no admission charge for this event. Bookwormgardens.org.

“New Paintings” by Tony Conrad Sept. 13 – Oct. 18

Reception: Sept. 20, 5-8pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live music. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery.com; frankjuarezgallery@ gmail.com.

Moonlight Madness - Sept. 17, 5-8 pm

“Shop Till You Drop” on this special evening in Sheboygan Falls with extended hours and bargains. 920-467-6206

Plymouth’s Annual Oktoberfest Sept. 19-20

Held rain or shine on the grounds in back of the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth celebrates its German heritage Friday evening and all day Saturday. Live music, great food, biergarten and a traditional pig roast. Held rain or shine. 920-892-8409; www.plymoutharts.org.

Third Saturday: An Apple A Day; Public Health in Sheboygan County Sept. 20, 10am to 3pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy.koeppen@sheboygancounty.com.

Maywood Earth Ride - Sept. 20

Enjoy a scenic bike ride through Sheboygan County. Route options include a familyfriendly 12-mile; or a 25-mile, 50-mile, 70mile, 100-mile or 112-mile Iron Raccoon route. Registration fee includes breakfast, fully stocked rest stops, sag support, lunch, goodie bags, and post-ride activities. Dayof registration available. Proceeds support programming and operations at Maywood; 920-459-3906; www.GoMaywood.org.

“9 to 5: The Musical” Sheboygan Theatre Company - Sept. 26-28, Oct. 1-4

Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick, this is based on the 1980 hit movie Nine to Five. Performances at Leslie W. Johnson Theatre, Horace Mann Middle School. Season and single tickets available. 920-459-3779; www.sheboygantheatercompany.com.

Water Festival at Bookworm Gardens Sept. 27, 10am-2 pm

Our Youth Ambassadors will make a splash hosting a water festival at Bookworm Gardens. Guests will participate in fund, hands-on activities that teach about water. There is no charge for this event. Bookwormgardens.org.

Vintage Base Ball Sunday Sept. 21, 1:30pm

Come cheer on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team as they defend their home turf against the Milwaukee Cream Citys, playing by the rules of 1860. Following the game, fans are invited to join team members for some interactive play. Game included with general admission to Wade House. This will be the Dead Citys final home game of the 2014 season. Wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org.

Sheboygan County Quilt show Sept. 27, 9 am-4pm

The annual Sheboygan County Quilt Guild show features more than 300 displayed quilts along with other handmade creations. Southside Alliance Church, 4321 County Road A, Sheboygan. Admission $5. www.sheboyganquiltguild.org.

Introductory Square Dance Night - Free Sept. 27, 6:30-7:30 pm

The Kettle Squares dance club is encouraging the public to try square dancing, at the Plymouth High School cafeteria (drive around the north side of the building to parking lot on the east side of the school.) Casual clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended.

Bringing a partner is encouraged, but you may come alone, or bring family and/or friends. Fun, fitness, and fellowship, all at an economical price. Its comfortable dance steps are easily done to a variety of popular music, worldwide; 920-889-5550, or 920-912-5268; http://wix. com/kettlesquares/kettlesquares.

Harbor Centre Riverfront Harvest Fest Sept. 27

Family-friendly event. Harbor Center Riverfront, Sheboygan; visitsheboygan.com

Annual Civil War Weekend - Sept. 27-28

Two full days of Civil War drama unfold in the largest Civil War re-enactment and encampment in Wisconsin. This year will commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Civil War. A full schedule of activities extends from 9am to 5pm both days, with two authentic battles re-enacted each day — a skirmish at 11am and a full-scale battle at 2 pm. 920-526-3271 or wadehouse. wisconsinhistory.org/CivilWarWeekend Wade House, W7824 Center St., Greenbush; 920-5263271.

OCTOBER

Not-So-Scary Scarecrow Contest - Oct. 1-31

Help decorate Bookworm Gardens for fall. Individuals and groups are encouraged to create a “not-so-scary” scarecrow for Bookworm Gardens. Scarecrows will be accepted Sept. 26 – Oct. 2. Guests to the gardens are encouraged to vote on their favorites from Oct. 3 - 31. Bookwormgardens.org.

Al & Al’s Oktoberfest - Oct. 3-4

German food. German folk dancers. Live music. And all the polka you can possibly handle. Simply Okto-perfekt; www.visitsheboygan.com.

Dominion of Terror Weekends in October, 7-10 pm

Sheboygan Jaycees annual Haunted House, 35+ years of haunts and terror will be unleashed in the “Dominion of Terror”. Horror will overcome you as you attempt to make your way through a maze of uniquely blood-chilling rooms, fee. 2024 N. 15th St., Sheboygan; www.dominionofterror.com. 2024 N. 15th St. Cost: $14. DominionofTerror.com.

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - Oct. 4

Opera Favorites and the King of Instruments. Two pieces from operas and organ soloist. At Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. 920-452-1985; www.sheboygansymphony.org.

Haunts and Habitats - Oct. 5 -February

Explore works of art by artists at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center who redefine and illuminate the relationships between individuals and the objects in their everyday lives. Haunts and Habitats will include works by regional emerging artists and established international artists and works from the Art Center’s unique collection, including photography, sculpture, animation, sitespecific installations and the work of artenvironment builders. www.jmkac.org. Continued on page 45 >>>

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INSPIRE program: Discovering Autumn Oct. 6, 15, 20 and 29

This is part of a series offered to adults experiencing Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers. Programs are held in accessible areas of the garden. Each session includes socialization, light physical activity, exploration of the gardens, creative activities, and snacks. There is no charge, but pre-registration is requested. Bookwormgardens.org.

Oktoberfest - Oct. 9

Held at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and sponsored by the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, a Coastal Connections Young Professionals big networking event. www.sheboygan.org.

Sheboygan Children’s Book Festival Oct. 10-12

Wisconsin’s only children’s book festival is a free, fun celebration of books and reading for kids, teens, families, and book lovers of all ages. Various locations and activities throughout the city. sheboyganchildrensbookfestival.org/.

Sheboygan Children’s Book Festival & Bookworm Gardens Birthday Bash Oct. 10-12

Help us celebrate our birthday and our love for all things books when Bookworm Gardens is one of three venues for the Sheboygan Children’s Book Festival. Visit the website for additional information. Bookwormgardens.org.

Introductory Dance Night - Free Oct. 11, 6:30-7:30 pm

The Kettle Squares dance club is encouraging the public to try square dancing, at the Plymouth High School cafeteria (drive around the north side of the building to parking lot on the east side of the school.) Casual clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended. Bringing a partner is encouraged, but you may come alone, or bring family and/or friends. Fun, fitness, and fellowship, all at an economical price. Its comfortable dance steps are easily done to a variety of popular music, worldwide; 920-889-5550, or 920912-5268; http://wix.com/kettlesquares/ kettlesquares.

Annual Wade House Autumn Celebration Oct. 11-12

Learn about the origins of American Halloween customs at Wade House. We’ll play seasonal games of the period, enjoy hot cider in the stagecoach inn, and take a twomile, open-air, horse-drawn wagon ride. We’ll also carve pumpkins and turnips, and listen to classic renditions of scary (but family friendly) stories in the candlelit Herrling Sawmill.www.wadeouse.org; 920-526-3271.

Ladies Nite Out - Oct. 16, 5-9 pm

This night of shopping and pampering is for all the “special” ladies. A $5 registration gets you a tote bag and carnation. Take a chance in the “Pink” Raffle with proceeds to support the Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund. Cost: $5/person. 920-467-6206

Kohler Festival of Beer Series: Beer Run Oct. 16-18

The second annual Kohler Festival of Beer Run takes runners on a beautiful trail run through River Wildlife with a beer waiting for them after every mile. Sign up as a team and enter to win best costumes. Then celebrate with live music and a beer garden at The Shops at Woodlake. Or enjoy the Harvest Beer Dinner at Whistling Straits and Beer Brunch at The Wisconsin Room. (888) 2937337. DestinationKohler.com.

Third Saturday: Collectors and Their Collections - Oct. 18, 10am to 3 pm

Monthly Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum presentation. People with a wealth of knowledge on the subject, either through firsthand experience or research, discuss topics each month. Visitors get to speak with presenters in an informal atmosphere. 920-458-1103; nancy. koeppen@sheboygancounty.com

Kohler Food & Wine Experience - Oct. 23-26

Enjoy a weekend of exciting wine seminars, educational demonstrations and delicious tastings. Don’t miss entertaining seminars from award-winning local, international and celebrity chefs, as well as opportunities to mingle with the top wine experts from across the nation. Many events are complimentary including food and wine samplings, minidemonstrations, book signings, trunk shows and more. Hotel packages available. 800-344-2838. DestinationKohler.com.

Happily Haunted Gardens - Oct. 25

Bookworm Gardens will be filled with live book characters, twinkly lights, entertainment, and autumn delights during this spine-tingling event. Visit the web site for time and additional details. There is a $3 per child admission for this event (members get in free). Bookwormgardens.org.

“Portraits to Scale” featuring photographs by Adam Horwitz (Milwaukee). - Oct. 25 – Nov. 29

Reception: November 1, 5-8pm. Artist talk at 6pm. Live Music. Frank Juarez Gallery, 604 Erie Ave., lower level, Sheboygan; 920-559-7181; frankjuarezgallery.com; frankjuarezgallery@ gmail.com.

Jaycees and DOT Children’s Matinee & Munch with Monster - Oct. 25, 2-4pm

Sponsored by Sheboygan Jaycees children and parents dress up in their Halloween costume for extra fun when attending this event. Munch with Monster is a fun craft area where children can make 3-4 crafts, play games, and eat a special treat. Cost: $3 for matinee, $5 for both. Contact Info: DOT@sheboyganjaycees.com or www.dominionofterror.com or 920-918-2270

Harvest Moon Ball - Oct. 31 – Nov. 2

A weekend of dancing, music and fine dining dedicated to the legendary sounds of the Big Band era at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. Package includes two nights in an elegant suite, Friday evening welcome

reception, Friday evening dancing, Saturday afternoon professional dance instruction, Saturday evening reception and five-course dinner, Saturday evening dancing, and Sunday breakfast buffet. From $549 per couple. For reservations, call 800.876.3399.

chili at participating businesses, and be sure to catch the highlight of the weekend – the annual Christmas parade which begins at 7 pm; Downtown Plymouth; 920-893-0079; www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

77th Annual Bazaar & Cookie Walk & Third Annual Vendor Boutique November, 9:30 am-1:30pm

The Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum’s annual Holiday Exhibit, using different scenes from the former Prange’s Department Store window. The David Taylor House is decorated with Holiday cheer and the Weinbold Log Cabin is decorated to the period of the mid – 1800s. There’s a Makeand-Take toy for the children as well as the opportunity for them to ride a Garton Toy Co. Pedal car. Live music throughout the exhibition. And of course, punch and cookies are offered. Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Cost: $5 adults; $2 children age 7 – 12; children 6 and younger are free. Free for Society members and their guests. 920-458-1103; nancy.koeppen@ sheboygancounty.com

NOVEMBER

“Take Time to Smell the Gingerbread,” featuring fancy holiday cookies, bake sale, gifts, ornaments, American Girl books and doll clothes, good-as-new holiday items. Assorted vendors; soup, sandwiches and tortes lunch available; free admission. Profits support local, national and international missions. St. Luke United Methodist Church, 623 Ontario Ave, Sheboygan; 920-458-3461.

Kidz Halloween House Party - Nov. 1, 1-4pm

Come to The American Club in costume, trick or treat, play games, do crafts, enjoy entertainment, and much more. 800-3442838. DestinationKohler.com.

Mission House Lecture - Nov. 4, 11am-1:30pm

Sister Simone Campbell, executive director, NETWORK, a national Catholic social justice lobby, Washington, D.C., will speak from 11 a.m. to noon, at the Bradley Center for Fine Arts on the Lakeland campus. Free. Followed by luncheon from 12:10-1:30pm at the David and Valerie Black Room, Laun Center. $10. RSVP required. Lakedland.edu.

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - Nov. 15

Glimpses of the Exotic. Pieces by Siegfried Wagner & Soloist playing the Erhu. At Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. 920-452-1985; www. sheboygansymphony.org.

Wonderful World of Women Expo - Nov. 15

Spend the day at the Arts Center with vendors whose specialty is relaxation, rejuvenation and fun. Food and beverages available for a fee. Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth; Free admission; 920892-8409; www.plymoutharts.org.

Wisconsin Holiday Market - Nov. 21-23

Join us for the 32nd annual Wisconsin Holiday Market featuring nearly 100 vendors of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind and holidaythemed goods. It’s the perfect opportunity to find that unique gift for that special someone or to add to your collection of holiday décor. Admission fee. 800-344-2838. DestinationKohler.com.

Thanksgiving Day Dining at Destination Kohler - Nov. 27

Enjoy special Thanksgiving menus at The American Club in The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes, The Wisconsin Room and Immigrant or at Blackwolf Run. Call 800-344-2838 for reservations.

Holiday Gathering in Plymouth - Nov. 28

Come enjoy the sights, sounds and scents of Christmas as downtown Plymouth begins the holiday season. Vote for your favorite

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Set the Season Aglow - Nov. 28

Make the season bright with a day of holiday events for the entire family at the Shops at Woodlake Kohler. Visit with Santa, see live reindeer, take a horse-drawn wagon ride and end the day with a tree-lighting program with live musical entertainment. 920-459-1713. ShopsatWoodlake.com.

Sheboygan Jaycees Annual Holiday Parade - Nov. 30

Annual evening parade with all units decorated in lights. Seventh and Eighth Streets in Sheboygan; www. sheboyganjaycees.com/HolidayParade.

DECEMBER

Making Spirits Bright Drive-Through Holiday Lights Show - Nov. 28-Dec. 27

Celebrate the holidays with family and friends when you drive through Evergreen Park to experience a festive lights show choreographed to holiday music. Admission is free however a food pantry item donation is encouraged. The park will be open every night 5-9 PM. Also stop at Funland in Quarryview Park Center to enjoy entertainment, concessions, and a visit with Santa. Rotarymakingspiritsbright.org.

Holiday Cooking Courses at L’ecole de la Maison - December

Enjoy a variety of holiday courses, such as Christmas Macaroons & Truffles and French Christmas Dinner at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. For schedule, prices and signup, visit www.cookingschoolatosthoff.com/ december.

Holiday Memories - December

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Deck the Halls - December

Whether entertaining guests, searching for just the right gift, seeking respite from the seasonal stress, or looking for an economical family-friendly outing—celebrate the season with a visit to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Among the holiday offerings are seasonal workshops, gallery tours, special offerings in the ARTcafe and ARTspace gift shop, and other activities throughout the month of December. www.jmkac.org.

“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Sheboygan Theatre Co. - Dec. 5-7, 10-13

Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy, four young evacuees from war-torn London, arrive at a rambling old country house and discover a portal to a wondrous land full of adventures and Aslan. At Leslie W. Johnson Theatre, Horace Mann Middle School. Season and single tickets available. 920-459-3779; www.sheboygantheatercompany.com

Old World Christmas Market Dec. 5-14, 10am-5 pm

Experience the holiday “gemutlichkeit” of a traditional European Christmas Market, reminiscent of the centuries-old German Christkindlesmarkt. International and regional artisans displaying their specialty wares, European delicacies, German Christmas music and Father Christmas are all a part of the annual Old World Christmas Market. Admission $6, children 14 and under complimentary with an adult ticketholder. Discounts for groups of 10 or more available. 877.517.4596; www.christmasmarketatosthoff.com.

Breakfast with Santa - Dec. 6 & 20, 9-11:30am

Enjoy a fun-filled morning in The Grand Hall of the Great Lakes at The American Club with a kid-friendly breakfast buffet with Santa. Fee. 800-344-2838. DestinationKohler.com.

Sheboygan Falls Main Street Memories & Holiday Parade Dec. 6, 10am to 4 pm; Parade 4:30 pm

Celebrate Christmas in Historic Sheboygan Falls with free pony & wagon rides, activities for children, pictures with Santa, and musical entertainment. At 4:30pm the “Christmas Around the World” Holiday Parade makes its way through downtown wrapping up the day with a Tree Lighting at the Municipal Building. 920-467-6206

Children’s Holiday Workshops and Holiday Hayrides - Dec. 6, 13 & 20

At the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, children can make their own Christmas ornament, decorate Christmas cookies, read a traditional Christmas story with Mrs. Claus, sing carols, and enjoy a a horse-drawn hay wagon ride thru the village. Register 24 hours in advance at the Front Desk. 800.876.3399

St. Nicholas Reindeer Buffet - Dec. 7 & 14

Join St. Nicholas for a special holiday brunch given in his honor and meet one of his trusty reindeer (yes, a real live reindeer!) at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake. For times and pricing, call 800-876-3399

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Cookie Decorating with Mrs. Claus Dec. 13, 1-3pm

Come to share in the holiday spirit. Decorate cookies, take a picture with Mrs. Claus, and enter in the Gingerbread Man competition. $7. 800-344-2838. DestinationKohler.com.

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - Dec. 13

Christmas Treasures concert. At Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. 920-452-1985; www. sheboygansymphony.org.

Breakfast with Santa Claus Dec. 6, 13 & 20

Fun for the whole family at the Osthoff Resort. A knee-high breakfast buffet, Christmas caroling and a special gift from Santa Claus; 800.876.3399.

Santa Fly-In - Dec. 13, 1 to 3 pm

Every December, Santa makes a special trip to the Aviation Heritage Center by airplane! Bring the entire family to watch him arrive, and then spend the afternoon celebrating the holiday season.Children receive free gift bags. Raffles and prizes and airplane rides. www.ahcw.org

Christmas at The Osthoff Resort - Dec. 24-25

Christmas Eve Day offers resort guests horse-drawn hay wagon rides, hot cocoa and cookies and Christmas caroling. Youngsters will wake up Christmas Day morning to find a stocking full of treats, games and a special gift from Santa. The Christmas Day Brunch Buffet. 800.876.3399

Christmas Dining at Destination Kohler Dec. 24 and 25

Enjoy special holiday dining at The American Club resort in the Village of Kohler. Call 800344-2838 to make a reservation.

Annual New Year’s Eve Party and Cheese Drop - Dec. 31

Join us for our nationally-known midnight cheese drop to ring out the old year and bring in the new. Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth; 920-892-8409; www.plymoutharts.org.

New Year’s Eve Dining & Celebrations at Destination Kohler - Dec. 31

Enjoy special dining and events at The American Club resort in the Village of Kohler. Call 800-344-2838 to make a reservation.

New Year’s Eve Celebration - Dec. 31

Ring in the New Year at Lola’s on the Lake Restaurant & Lounge with special fare, live entertainment and a midnight champagne toast or celebrate in the privacy of your own spacious suite with all the comforts of home; 800-876-3399; www.osthoff.com.

JANUARY 2015

Polar Bear Plunge - Jan. 1, 1-2pm

Sheboygan’s lakefront, near Deland Park. www.harborcentre.com.

Demonstration Kitchen Series Saturdays, January – April

Demonstration Kitchen Series at the Shops at Woodlake Kohler promises some of the most

diverse tastes and topics yet. The interactive, educational experience is hosted by chefs from the five-star, five-diamond resort The American Club and offers tips and recipes to create a memorable dining experience at home. The Demonstration Kitchen Series runs Saturdays with two sessions at 11am and 2pm. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 855-444-2838 or at DestinationKohler.com. Fee.

Schnee Day - January 2015

A celebration of snow in Elkhart Lake. Chili cook-off, brat fry and silent auction. To confirm the date contact Elkhart Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, 877-355-3554.

Candlelight Ski & Hike - Jan 10, 6-9pm

Hike or ski Kohler Andrae State Park’s two-mile ski trail lit by tiki torches. Shelter open, light refreshments. No pets. Vehicle admission sticker required920-451-4080.

Artist’s reception - Jan. 30-March 20

Gallery 110 North’s Artist Opening Receptions will be held from 4:30pm to 8pm at the Plymouth Arts Center. Artists to be announced. www.plymoutharts.org/

Winterfest - Jan. 24

Get a taste of your favorite winter activities like ice skating, curling and snow shoeing. View snow and ice sculptures, dog sledding demonstrations and carriage rides. Or warm up inside with cooking demos, kids arts and crafts and the winter clearance sales at The Shops at Woodlake. Help support Above & Beyond Children’s Museum by signing up for the 8th Annual Ice Golf Tournament. Register by calling Above & Beyond Children’s Museum at 920-458-4263. For more information and official rules visit www.abkids.org. Call 800344-2838 or visit DestinationKohler.com for more information on Winterfest.

Snowmobile Races - Jan. 24-25

In Plymouth. Call 920-892-2100 for details. www.plymouthsnowrangers.com

FEBRUARY 2015

Love Bowls - February

Annual fundraiser for Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County featuring a wide variety of soups from local restaurants. Everyone goes home with a Talevara bowl or plate. www.freshmealsonwheels.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowling Classic February

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ annual bowl-a-thon at Maples Lanes. For more information call 920-458-0111.

In Celebration of Chocolate Weekend Feb. 6-8

A flavorful weekend at full of events highlighting the complex and captivating character of chocolate with interactive chocolate-themed events and experiences hosted at a variety of resort locales including The American Club‚ Kohler Waters Spa and Craverie Chocolatier Café‚ home of the handmade Kohler Original Recipe

Chocolates. Ticketed events and hotel packages available. 800-344-2838 or visit DestinationKohler.com.

Hot Time in the Old Town - Feb. 6

Roast marshmallows with Plymouth firemen at burning barrels placed throughout downtown Plymouth. Call 920-893-0079 for details. www.plymouthwisconsin.com

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - Feb. 7

Guest soloist plays the Electric Violin. At Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. 920-452-1985; www. sheboygansymphony.org.

Valentine’s Day Dining at Destination Kohler - Feb. 14

Enjoy special dining at The American Club resort in the Village of Kohler. Call 800-3442838 to make a reservation.

Valentine Ski & Hike - Feb. 14, 6-9pm

Hike or ski Kohler Andrae State Park’s two-mile ski trail lit by tiki torches. Shelter open, light refreshments. No pets. Vehicle admission sticker required920-451-4080.

“Driving Miss Daisy,” Sheboygan Theatre Company - Feb. 27-March 1, March 4-7

Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best OffBroadway Play. A warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of the unlikely relationship between an aging, crotchety white Southern lady, and a proud, soft-spoken black man. At Leslie W. Johnson Theatre, Horace Mann Middle School. 920-459-3779. www.sheboygantheatercompany.com

MARCH 2015

10th Annual Shamrocks and Shenanigans Irish Music Show - March 13-14

Directed by Mary Calvey and featuring Irish singers and musicians as well as Irish dancers at the Plymouth Arts Center. There will be three shows including a matinee. Show times are 2 pm matinee on Saturday afternoon and 7:30 pm evening shows on the 13-14. Tickets are $12 advance; $15 at the door and will include a complimentary snack and a cash bar. www.plymoutharts.org/

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - March 14

Fantasia Revisited. Pieces associated with Fantasia. Guest Soloist plays the piano. At Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts, 826 N. Eighth St. 920-452-1985; www. sheboygansymphony.org.

Irishman’s Walk - March 17

Gather with friends and walk from Family Video down to the 52 Stafford, where you can spend the rest of the day enjoying great drinks and traditional Irish fare – no need to be Irish to participate; 1610 Eastern Avenue to 52 Stafford, Plymouth; 920-893-0552; www.plymouthwisconsin.com.

Artist’s Reception - March 27-May 29

Gallery 110 North’s Artist Opening Receptions will be held from 4:30pm to 8pm at the Plymouth Arts Center. Artists to be announced. www.plymoutharts.org/.

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