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Kohler native will be featured speaker at Memorial Day celebration Colonel Robert C. Horneck, born and raised in Kohler, Wisconsin will be the featured speaker at the Kohler Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 27. The day begins with an 8:00 a.m. parade down School Street, ending in the Kohler cemetery for a gathering to remember the men and women who died while serving in the United States armed forces. After graduating from Kohler High School in 1983, Horneck attended Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan where he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the ROTC Program in May, 1987. He began his 25-year military career at Goeppingen, Germany in 1989 (during the fall of the Berlin Wall), and also served in various positions from Platoon leader to Battalion commander as a Chemical and Ordnance Officer in numerous stateside locations. Horneck served in three combat tours: Desert Shield and Desert Storm (1990/91); a 15-month deployment to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (2007/08); and most recently to Kabul, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (2011). His

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awards include two Bronze Star medals, five Meritorious Service medals, four Army Commendation medals, two Army Achievement medals, and the Army Overseas service ribbon. Horneck is a graduate of the Chemical Officer Basic Course, the Ordnance Officer Advanced Course, the Combined Arms Services Staff School, the Command and Gen-

eral Staff College, the Army Force Management Course, and the Army War College (AWC) Class of 2010 (Seminar 8). He holds a bachelor of science degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and masters of science degrees in Administration Management from Central Michigan University and Strategic Studies from the AWC. Horneck is currently assigned to the Headquarters United States 3rd Army where he serves as the G4 Chief of Plans, Exercise, Programs and Policies Division. He is married to Karla Whittaker and has two sons, Charles and Edward. The family resides in Colonial Heights, Virginia.

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Writer, adventurer, photographer Kate Harris to speak at Kohler High School By Sydney Yang On Wednesday May 29th, writer, adventurer, and photographer Kate Harris will be speaking to the Kohler High School. The formal presentation will be held in the Kohler Memorial Theater from 9:30 to 10:30 am followed by a small discussion group for those more interested. All parents and community members are invited to join us for this unique opportunity. Named one of Canada's top 10 adventurers by Explore magazine, and winner of the Ellen Meloy Desert Writers Award, Kate Harris’s essays, poetry, travel articles and photography have featured or are pending in Sierra, CutBank, Wend, Outpost, and more. She is currently the Digital Editor/Writer of Earth Negotiations Bulletin for the International Institute for Sustainable Development. As a Rhodes and Morehead-Cain scholar, Kate studied biology, the history of science, earth and planetary science, and bike racing at UNC-Chapel Hill, Oxford, and MIT. She is most widely known for CYCLING SILK, a 10-month, 10-country, 10,000-km expedition by bike along the Silk Road. She has travelled to all seven conti-

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nents, including Antarctica, and wouldn't mind someday hitching a rocket to Mars. Kate now lives offgrid in a log cabin on the border of northern British Columbia, the Yukon, and Alaska. For more information, please visit her website: www.kateharris.ca The event is hosted by Kohler’s Making A Difference and is made possible with extensive support from the Proudman Group, Inc. Please contact Sydney Yang at Sydney.F.Yang@gmail.com or Kristin Romanoski at Romanoskik@kohler.k12.wi.us with any questions.

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NEW LISTING 628 School St., Kohler RARE FIND IN KOHLER • Kohler 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Ranch • Striking front courtyard • Large updated kitchen w/granite counters, loads of storage & dinette area • Family room with fireplace • Living room and dining room overlooking gorgeous yard • Master suite with lots of built-ins and ¾ bath • Awesome year round sun room addition #3784 $349,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714

700 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler KOHLER-QUALITY BUILT ALL BRICK RANCH • Exclusive, Woodland North Subdivision • Private lot, deck overlooks wooded conservancy • Beautiful kitchen, cherry wood floors, granite, SS appliances • LR/w gas FP, vaulted ceiling, wall of built-ins • Superb view of back yard and deck • MBR suite, patio doors to deck, WIC, private bath • Den or possible third bedroom • Partially finished lower level, full bath • Oversized 3 car attached garage A REAL MUST SEE! View this property at: www.700treehousepkwy.com #3710 $479,000 Mike Daniels 946-0034

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134 E. Park Ln, Kohler LOCATION-LOCATION-LOCATION! • Overlooking Ravine Park-Close to school • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths with numerous updates • Large living room-dining room with built-ins • Updated kitchen & baths, carpet, paint • Refinished wood floors • 3 Season porch, new 2.5 car garage • Nice room sizes, move-in ready! #3762 $189,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714

1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler AMAZING KOHLER HOME • 5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas • Great floor plan/open design • Main floor master suite • 4 bedrooms on upper • Finished lower level • Very private yard, overlooks stables • Large deck and 2 car garage View this property at: www.1103aspenrd.com #3702 $399,000 Brian Homiston 889-9439

NEW LISTING 3427 S 10th Place, Sheboygan ONE OWNER CUSTOM BUILT • Beautiful and fresh, Well maintained • 3 Bedrooms, hardwood floors, great storage • Large spacious living room • Family room with natural fireplace • Kitchen includes all appliances • First floor laundry with half bath • Lower great potential for rec room #3775 $129,900 Trish Valleskey 980-7805

NEW LISTING 1917 N 20th St., Sheboygan TRADITIONAL CAPE COD • Classic floor plan with large living room • Eat-in kitchen with appliances • 2 Bedrooms and full bath on main level • Upper level office/study room • Upper 3rd bedroom and attic storage • Lower level large rec room and plumbed for 2nd bath • Updated mechanicals, patio area, garden shed VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.1917N20thSt.com #3776 $99,900 Jim Schermetzler 912-1982

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535 Audubon Rd, Kohler KOHLER CHARM MOVE-IN CONDITION • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 bath, Kohler Charmer • Spacious living and dining rooms • Updated eat-in kitchen • Pretty wood floors • Basement family room • Numerous updates including roof #3760 $184,000 Shari Jensen 459-1714

1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO • 3 Bedrooms 2 bath areas • Very open concept, tons of windows • Great room open to kitchen • Gorgeous hardwood floors • Beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace • Heated 3 seasons room, enjoy the changing seasons • Great location, near all the amenities of Kohler • Priced under the assessed value! #3634 $194,900 Terri Stewart 912-4303

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JA Business Challenge is a great way for students to build entrepreneurial skills that will serve them well in their future careers.” said Tim Greinert, President of Junior Achievement of Wisconsin. “They may have learned some of these economic and business concepts in class but the Business Challenge provides the added emphasis of learning how to express their viewpoints and strategies for success as part of a high performing team.” The top performing teams earned $3,000 in scholarships for post-secondary education and other great prizes including gift cards for Kohl’s Department Stores. Winning teams included: Title champions/first place – earned a $1,000 edu-

cational scholarship per participant: Rice Lake High School’s Anna Kurzynski, Zachary Daniel, and Harrison Widdes. Second place – earned a $500 educational scholarship per participant: Sheboygan Falls High School’s Zachery Schwobe and Dean Windert. Third place – earned a $100 Kohl’s gift card per participant: Roncalli High School’s Spencer Fricke and Nathan Miller. Consolation winners – also earned a $100 Kohl’s gift card per participant: Pulaski High School’ Jordan Dietrichand Michael Jerovetz; West Salem High School’s Christian Schran and Chad Seitz; Greenfield High School’s Annie Chan, Srinidhi Emkay and Touger Vang.

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Village of Kohler seeking to fill open Trustee position Due to a vacancy on the Kohler Village Board there is an opening for a Village Trustee. The appointed person will fill the remainder of the term which expires in April 2014. The Village Board will be conducting interviews at their Monday, June 10 meeting. Any interested persons should contact Village Hall at 920-459-3873 or email LLindow@kohlervillage.org before June 6.

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Kohler students complete biotechnology and molecular biology curriculum College Prep Biology students at Kohler High School have recently completed the biotechnology component of the biology curriculum. Biotechnology is the technology of using living things to create useful products. Biotechnology has historically been used in the making of bread, wine, soap, the treatment of waste, and the production of cheese. Selective breeding of agricultural animals and selective practices in crop planting have occurred for hundreds of years. Biotechnology has changed due to the advancements

of technologies such as computers and software in the 1970’s to include the development of human insulin for the treatment of diabetes, human growth hormone for children, and identification of specific genes responsible for genetic disorders, and in some cases treatment for those disorders. College Prep Biology students learn and then use the steps necessary to move a gene from one organism to another. The process involves the isolation of plasmid DNA, using endonuclease restriction enzymes to cut DNA at spe-

cific sites in the DNA sequence, ligation of the plasmid fragments, transformation of bacteria, preparation and casting of agarous gel, electrophoresis of restriction enzyme digested DNA, staining, viewing, and photographing the gel, and learning the process by which scientists determine DNA fragment size. Ask any College Prep Biology student for more information on this experiment. They will be happy to share details of their successful experience!

Register today for the 2013 Race! Saturday, June 15th, 2013 at 9:00 am 5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk Registration forms are available in the Kohler School OfďŹ ce or online at www.kohlerschoolfriends.com Leigh Schlecht and Rebecca Stock Tommy Xiong and Hannah Cantrell

Five students selected to participate in Trees for Tomorrow This fall five students were selected to participate in the high school program at Trees For Tomorrow. TFT is an independent, nonprofit, natural resource speciality school. Students selected included; Andrew Bryce, Megan Conklin, Katie Lindow, Katie Ruelle, and Sarah Sutherland. The trip lasted from November fourth through the seventh. Throughout the trip students took courses and participated in many fun, educational activities such as archery, compass and GPS navigation, tree identification, animal classification, wolf behavior, and survival skills. Everyday, students take a course about a specific skill and then go on a hike and practice the skill on their own. One of their favorite activities was navigating with compasses and GPS units. The students said that Trees For Tomorrow was an awesome experience that taught them a lot of interesting things about the environment and nature. Trees for

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Tomorrow is a Wisconsin environmental tradition, offering programs, workshops, and special interest classes to students since 1944. TFT provides participants an opportunity that none forget. TFT is a natural resource education program that gives its participants a better understanding of resource conservation and management. The program especially focuses on the forest ecosystem and the environmental relationships that the ecosystem entails. The programs present a balanced variety of perspectives on natural resource topics so that participants can develop informed decisions on wise management of our resources. Kohler High School has selected many students over the years to participate in this once in a life-time opportunity. This year is no exception. Scholarships for the fall 2012 trip were provided by John Samuels and an Afghan the Sheboygan County Conservatake a break from border police tion Association and Kohler Comtraining to play some soccer. pany. Samuels is the father of Kohler

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Kohler Athletic Booster Club’s “SWIM-EAT-GYM” makes a big SPLASH! Submitted by Suzanne Fink Kid’s enjoyed four hours of nonstop action on Saturday, April 27 at the Kohler Athletic Booster Club’s Gym and Swim fundraising event. It started out with some super-soaking fun in the pool, then a quick bite to eat and onto the gym for games and activities! The Booster Club would like to thank Jen Vallo and her pool staff for accommodating the large group. A BIG thanks to our athletes who volunteered for the event: Noah Fink, Cody Gartman, Frannie Hillstrom, Brennan Ladwig, and Paul Vicente. If you’re interested in learning more about the Kohler Booster Club, check out our link on the school web site.

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The Bomber Basketball Club supports Kohler youth basketball programs and coaches by providing leadership and funding for equipment, tournaments and coaching guidance at all levels. Our vision is a sustained, successful basketball program that promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership and school spirit in our youth and the greater Kohler community. If you’d like to learn more about the Bomber Basketball Club, please contact Jeff Romanoski, Marcus Knuth or Jason Keller, or email us at bomberbasketballclub@gmail.com. Please watch the Kohler Villager for more information about the Bomber Basketball Club. Thank you for your continued support and GO BOMBERS!

Big finish to a long season for fifth grade girls The Kohler fifth grade girls basketball team finished their season taking a second place medal at the 2013 15th Annual Muskie Shootout at Lakeland College on Sunday, April 14. The team defeated Kettle Morraine and

Weyauwega-Fremont in their first two games to advance to the championship game against C.C.S.Green Bay, in which Kohler was winning by four points at halftime, but was unable to hold on for the win. The coaches extended

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Front from left: Elizabeth Perzewski, Fiona Hidri, Sammy Cassady, Izzy O’Donnell, Mary Madigan, Bridget Bullard. Second row: Aleah Roeber, Caitlin Shaw, Kayleigh Pilgrim, Madeline Thomas, Mallory Keller, Lily-Rose Butterfield, Payton Schueller. Coaches – Susan Pilgrim, Head Coach Jason Keller, Rob Thomas, Pete Schueller, and Jim Roeber. Not pictured: Erin Farrell, Marielena Perez, Mackenzie Tingle, and Ana Twohig.

Kohler science teachers, Jessie Good and Dana Krejcarek, presented as part of the “Extravaganza” at the National Science Teacher Association conference in San Antonio, Texas. The presentation was part of the Association of Presidential Awardees in Science Teaching series. Other groups presenting included; the Council for Elementary Science International, the NSTA Committee on Preschool-Elementary Science Teaching, Science & Children authors and reviewers, the Society of Elementary Presidential Awardees, and the Association of Presidential Awardees – Secondary. The conference focus was to present the latest in science content, teaching strategies, best practices, and research to enhance and expand teacher’s professional

development. The San Antonio conference was planned around four strands enabling attendees to focus on a specific area of interest; Next Generation Assessments: Effectively Measuring Student Learning, Next Generation Elementary Science: Building the Foundation, Next Generation Special Populations: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners, and Next Generation Technology: Putting the “T” in Stem. Similar to the new Common Core Standards in English language arts and mathematics, the new science standards are called Next Generation Science Standards. Over 15,000 science educators from across the country participated in this national convention held April 11 14.


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Blue Harbor Resort & Spa unveils its all New Latitude Restaurant Sheboygan, WI – Blue Harbor Resort & Spa is pleased to present the all new Latitude Restaurant featuring a relaxed atmosphere and a wonderful new seafood inspired menu. Located on the South Pier at Blue Harbor Resort and Spa, Latitude’s ambience complements the recent renovations and enhancements at the lakefront Resort. The new Latitude is a welcoming bistro with both indoor and al fresco dining, hardwood flooring, and an inviting décor accented with original works of art by local artists on display in partnership with Frank Juarez Gallery. Latitude will exclusively feature some 20 varietal wines from Broken Earth Winery and Shimmin Canyon Vineyard in Paso Robles, CA. The vineyard is owned by Gerald Forsythe, one of the Resort’s partners. Broken Earth’s winemaker Chris Cameron is a native of Australia and an award winning winemaker. During peak summer months the restaurant will be open seven days

a week. There will also be regular specials and themed evenings for guests and the local community to enjoy. Chef Jason Richardson, who joined Blue Harbor Resort & Spa in 2012 said, “We are excited to introduce the new seafood inspired menu that features traditional entrees as well as a large selection of small plates so that guests can create their own tasting menu. We will also change our menu daily serving only the freshest fish, meats and produce available.” Jesse Wilder, the Resort’s Director of Food and Beverage added, “Latitude’s new menu and atmosphere is in direct response to our guests request for a more casual fine dining experience that offers quality at a reasonable price. Our hope is that guests will find Latitude’s so comfortable, delicious, and affordable that they will come back often.” Opening week foodie events in-

clude: • Wed. May 15th Chamber Open House: 5pm-7pm. Complimentary Beer & Wine, Chefs Action Stations featuring menu tastings. Enjoy the official Ribbon Cutting and enter the contest for Best Fish Story or Picture. The winner will receive a half day Fishing Charter for 6 people courtesy of Wolf Pack Adventures. • Thurs. May 16th Ladies Night with tray passed tapas, wine sampling from Broken Earth Winery, live music and great giveaways from Reflections Spa, Vera Bradley and Brighton Jewelry as well as discounts. • Fri. May 17th Golf Night 6 – 8 p.m. Meet the Pro and the Brew Master. Partnering with The Bull enjoy a putting contest to win rounds of golf or a free night’s stay. Enjoy a special tasting by 3 Sheeps Brewing Company. Full bar and menu available. • Sat May 18th. Wine and Dine Date Night with a special five

course tasting menu, live music and outdoor patio dining (weather permitting). Also a crab leg special. For more information and reservations visit: www.BlueHarborResort.com or call 920.452.2900. For Latitude reservations please call 920.453.4000.

Don’t miss the Kohler High Baseball Team’s FILL-A-BAG Fundraiser Rummage Sale! Saturday, June 1st 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Kohler High School Event Lobby

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For a donation of $10/bag, you can fill your bag(s) as full as you can and with whatever you wish!

Revised AP Biology course Students learn to benefit the has students conduct environment through global biotechnology investigations The College Board has revised the AP Biology course into a course that focuses on enduring, conceptual understandings and the content that supports them. This approach may enable students to spend less time on factual recall and more time on inquiry-based learning of essential concepts and better help them to develop the reasoning skills necessary to engage in science practices. This redesigned curriculum will also provide students the experiences necessary to design a plan for collecting data, analyzing data, applying mathematical routines, and connecting concepts. One area of the new curriculum, Big Idea 3 Genetics and

Information Transfer, has students conduct two biotechnology investigations. One investigation is a bacterial transformation in which Kohler students transformed E. coli with an ampicillin resistance gene which was fused with the GFP (green fluorescent protein). The resultant ampicillin resistant bacterial colonies were grown on an ampicillin plate and exhibited fluorescent properties with an ultraviolet light source. The second investigation had Kohler students complete a restriction enzyme analysis of DNA then calculate the sizes of restriction enzyme fragment length and create a standard curve.

learning and observations GLOBE is a worldwide program composed of students, teachers, and scientists that work together to investigate and learn more about the environment. Students and their teachers across the globe are in charge of collecting and sharing data with other scientists and programs. Students in over 112 countries participate in GLOBE data collection led by over 58,000 trained teachers. The Kohler GLOBE Program is among 24,000 other schools that also collect data across the globe. Over 1.5 million students have contributed more than 23 million measurements to the GLOBE database. The GLOBE program in Kohler is made up of students in College Prep Biology and General Biology. These stu-

dents share the responsibilities of collecting and recording atmospheric data every school day. Upper classmen in College Prep Chemistry, AP Biology, and College Prep Physics contribute to the collection of hydrology data during the fall and spring. These students make up Kohler’s Testing the Waters Team. The atmospheric data collected by students in GLOBE is entered onto an international web-site data base. Students enter measurements like high and low temperatures, amounts of precipitation and pH, cloud type, and relative humidity. When combined with other data presented by students and teachers throughout countries around the world, scientists can interpret and observe changes

in the environment. Overall, this program allows every participating student, teacher, and scientist to track and learn more about our constantly changing environment. 2012/2013 GLOBE Participants: Marisa Adams, Dominic Bocchini, Andrew Bryce, Hannah Cantrell, Megan Conklin, Marilyn Guesneau, Lily Hart, Berta Hidri, Audra Hoffmann, Aidan Hogan, Kaleigh Kraft, Annika Lee, Katie Lindow, Katie Ruelle, Connor Sbrocco, Joe Schmitt, Carson Schneider, Hannah Smith, Levi Smith, Rebecca Stock, Cameron Scheuren, Sarah Sutherland, and John Tengowski. Biology teacher, Jessie Good, and chemistry and physics teacher, Dana Krejcarek, serve as advisors.

Seerena Yang, Kelsey Wright, Valerie Linck, Joe Pellowski, and Katie Anderson. Submitted photos

Mari-Kathleen Marzano, Shelby Homiston, Andrew Grose, and Sydney Yang.

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Tickets are now available for a host of beer-themed educational seminars, tastings, demonstrations and happenings at the Kohler Festival of Beer, May 31June 2 at The American Club resort. This year features signature event favorites and new brewthemed events including a 5K Beer Trail Run‚ Grilling University and a Pub Crawl. Prost! New Events On Tap Beer enthusiasts have a unique opportunity to attend the new Grilling University, an interactive cooking demonstration alongside skilled Kohler chefs. Grilling University will be set up in Baker Plaza and offers attendees the opportunity to “grill your own” with the Chefs, creating sizzling summer masterpieces and learning how best to maximize grilled flavors by accompanying them with the perfect brews. For those who are keen on fitness and fun, Saturday kicks off with the inaugural Kohler Festival of Beer 5K Beer Run – a trail run through the scenic areas of

Barrels of Fun and Froth – with three new events

River Wildlife. At each mile mark, participants will be rewarded with a refreshing beer stop. Runners should pre-register online for $30. A Friday evening event added to this year’s line-up is the Pub Crawl. This brew tour starts at The American Club outdoor garden courtyard with a tap of the festival’s inaugural keg and continues on an excursion to Cucina, Blackwolf Run and concludes at The Horse & Plow. Each stop features a regional brewer’s selected taps paired with a chef-selected plate of signature foods to complement the brew selections. Featured brewers include 3 Sheeps Brewery, Milwaukee Brewing Co. and a selection of international beers from Paramount Merchants. Signature Soirees Educational opportunities are abound with informative sessions hosted at a variety of resort locales including Friday evening’s Central Waters Beer Dinner at the Immigrant Room – the resort’s

Forbes Four-Star Restaurant – Beer Seminars at The Horse & Plow, Beer & Food Pairing Seminars at The Demonstration Kitchen, and a delicious Beer & Chocolate Pairing Session at Craverie Chocolatier Café featuring Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates. Time-honored events not to be missed include Shorts and Chefs, where top local and regional chefs create mouth-watering grilled dishes and pair them with delicious beers, Cheers to Beers at the renowned Kohler Design Center, and Home Brew Competition judged by American Homebrew Association certified judges at the Main Pavilion. Start each morning with the Eggs & Kegs Breakfast Buffet at Cucina featuring traditional morning favorites and delicious sampling of brews. Golfers can compete at the annual Blackwolf Run Beer Challenge Tournament by Leinenkugel’s featuring specialty beer samples, prizes and a Million-DollarShootout.

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Throughout the weekend, guests can raise their steins at the outdoor Beer Garden, located at the Baker Plaza at the Shops at Woodlake Kohler and at the recently renovated Horse & Plow Pub & Restaurant located within The American Club. The historic tap room reopened in early April with aesthetic changes, expanded beer offerings, new décor with historic charm and an innovative menu featuring pub fare with flare. The lengthened bar now hosts 19 American and imported brews and one root beer on draft. Kohler Festival of Beer tickets are available for purchase for individual events online at AmericanClub.com/BeerFestival or by phone at 1-800-344-2838.

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Event prices start at $25. Many events and tastings are complementary. Stay up to date on news and happenings on Facebook: facebook.com/americanclub and Twitter: twitter.com/theamericanclub. More Dates to Save & Savor: 13th Annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience Later this year‚ thousands of wine glasses will be raised at the 13th annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience (October 17-20). Wine enthusiasts are invited to enjoy food‚ wine, spirits and fun as the resort hosts celebrity chefs‚ regional restaurateurs, mixologists and winemakers for a four-day exposé of culinary, wine and spirits. Cheers! More event details‚ tickets and hotel packages available soon.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Kohler Waters Spa Facials Special May, Mondays through Thursdays only In celebration of the opening of new facial rooms at Kohler Waters Spa, enjoy a 25% discount on Classic Facials at Kohler Waters Spa. Based on availability. Some restrictions apply. Call 800-344-2838 for information or reservations. Exhibit: Garden Song Through June 30 ARTspace – A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center Garden Song brings together four accomplished artists whose varied works complement the new Arts Center series of exhibitions UNCOMMON GROUND. Included is work by ceramicist Sandra Byers (WI), photographer Lisa Frank (WI) and the jewelry of Roberta and Dave Williamson (OH). 920-452-8602 Made in America Celebration May 16-18 Kacia Just in time for spring, we are featuring all things made in the USA; denims, Americana prints, and cotton whites! Spend $50 on American made, save $10. Spend $100 on American made, save $20. Spend over $250 of American made, save $50. Stop in during this 3 day event and sample a slice of that alltime American delight, homemade Apple pie! For more information call 920-458-9121.

Sports Core Open House May 19, 1-4pm Come one, come all! Complimentary access during the Sports Core open house. Don’t have a friend who’s a Sports Core member? That’s ok! You’re still welcome to enjoy a tour, free offerings (TRX, Pilates Exercisers, Zumba, Yoga, Tennis, Youth Activities and more!) and win prizes! Please call the reception desk at 457-4444 to let us know you’re coming. Kohler Festival of Beer May 31 - June 2 Don’t miss the 5th annual Kohler Festival of Beer. There will be more FUN BY THE BARREL! Experience Kohler Festival of Beer; a well-crafted celebration of malts, hops and the art of brewing. The Village of Kohler comes alive as the country’s top craft brewers converge in a celebration of suds. This three-day festival will feature tastings, educational sampling seminars and brand-new events for 2013. There is no shortage of food, entertainment and, of course, beer. Call 1-800-344-2838. The Shops at Woodlake Say Cheers to Beers with In-store Specials While the Village of Kohler comes alive during the Kohler Festival of Beer, the unique boutique stores at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler offer specials, samples & giveaways. Special offers and opportunities are listed below available May 31-June 2 unless otherwise noted. Cheers!

Tie Tutorials at Art Imig’s Clothiers Stop in and learn to tie a bow tie and we will also answer any other questions that you have about neckties. Save $20 on any in-stock shirt and tie combination. 920-459-4190 Celebrate Dark Beer at Kacia Complimentary pretzel necklaces and samples of chocolate Guinness cupcakes, while supplies last. In celebration of dark beer, we are discounting all dark (blacks and browns) clothing, full-priced merchandise only, accessories do not apply. 920-458-9121 Summer Toys Gift Basket at Movers & Shakers Enter to win a spectacular gift basket filled with summer toys! 920-453-2874 Tokyo-Milk Gin & Rosewater Gift Basket at Scentualities Enter to win a fantastic gift basket of Tokyo-Milk Gin & Rosewater! 920-208-4935 Handcrafted Beer Bottle Cap Jewelry at Wisconsin Trader Meet Jessica Lemberg on Saturday, June 1 from 12pm-2pm, local artist of handcrafted beer bottle cap jewelry...made in Wisconsin! Join us for an afternoon with Jessica as she creates her jewelry, discusses her craft and the details that go into her art. Shop our collection of Wisconsin-made handcrafted beer bottlecap jewelry all weekend and treat yourself to some fashionable frills with a 20% discount during

Kohler Festival of Beer! Choose from earrings, necklaces and bracelets available in an assortment of Wisconsin themes including Brewers, Badgers, Packers, beer and much more! 920-451-2113 Children’s Shoe Sale at With Child Maternity BOGO, buy one pair of children’s shoes at the regular price and receive 50% off the second pair. 920-287-7611 Homemade Treats at Intentions (June 1 only) Sample a delicious homemade treat using beer as a primary ingredient. While supplies last. 920-457-9543 Craft Time at Movers & Shakers Kids Toys (June 1 only – from 11am-3pm) Join us for a fun-filled craft time! Choose from a selection of items to make your very own toy! $5 per child. 920-453-2874 Free Gift with Purchase at Scentualities (June 1 only) Purchase any swimwear piece by Lisa Curran and receive a free pair of OKA b. Madison Sandals! Other discounts may not be applied with this offer. Limit one offer per customer. 920-208-4935 Beer Cupcakes at With Child Maternity (June 1 only) Stop in and sample beer cupcakes. Delicious for Dads and safe for expecting Moms, while supplies last. 920-287-7611 Chakra Balancing Body Scan at Intentions (June 2 only – from

11am-1pm) Intentions Complete the Kohler Festival of Beer with a Chakra Balancing body scan. During a 10-minute session, our Reiki Practitioner will scan your lowest energy area and give you feedback, while bringing your chakras back into balance. Walk-ins welcome. 920-457-9543 SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Sports Core at 920-457-4444. Ballroom Basics: May 29, 6:458:45pm Cycle Mania: Sundays through May 26, 8:30-10am Zumba Cinco De Mayo Celebration: May 5, 1-2pm Adult Beginner Tennis Clinic: May 5, 1-2pm Tiny Tot Camps: Friday, May 3 and May 17, 9-10:30am Kids Night Out: Friday, May 10, 59pm For all TRX Session Schedules visit the Sports Core website or stop in for a printed schedule. Next sessions begin the week of May 20. Salon at Sports Core: Receive $50 off discount on our unique Brazilian Keratin hairstrengthening treatment in the Salon. YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-2817.


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