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PLYMOUTH
GENERATIONS CENTER
ACTIVITIES:
1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858
Dominos: 2nd and 4th Tuesday.
1pm.
Eye Glass Adjustment: Done
by 20/20 Vision, every other
month on the 3rd Monday.
11:30am-12:15pm
Foot Clinic: 1st and 3rd Friday
and 2nd and 4th Thursday of
each month. Call 892-4821 to
schedule an appointment.
Hearing Aid Cleaning &
Screening: 3rd Tuesday, 10-
11:15am
Party Bridge: Tuesdays, 1pm.
Contact Nate at 892-6618 if

you are interested in joining or
if you have any questions.
Poker: Every Monday and
Friday, 1pm
Quarter Sheepshead: Friday,
12:30pm
Pins & Needles: Mondays at
1pm, Wednesday 9am.
Outdoor Pickle Ball: Tuesdays
4pm, Thursdays 9am and
Saturdays 9am. (weather
permitting)
One-on-One Computer Help:
Mondays 1pm, 2pm & 3pm.
Call 892-4821 to schedule an
appointment.
5, 10, 15 Sheepshead:
Wednesday & Friday 8:30-
11:30am. Tuesday 12:30-4pm.
Card Making: Meets 4th
Wednesday of every month at
1pm.
Chat with Pat: 1st and 3rd
Monday. 8:30-11:30am Call
467-4076 to schedule an
appointment.
Ceramics: Wednesdays, 9am-
1pm
Chair Massage: 1st and 3rd
Thursday. 12:30-2:30pm. Call
892-4851 for appointment.
Wii League: Tuesdays &

Thursdays, 9:30am.
Scrabble: Thursdays, 9:30am.
SilverSneakers Circuit:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
8:15am and 9:15am
SilverSneakers Arthritis
Exercise Class: Tuesday &
Thursday. 9:30am and 10:30am.
SilverSneakers Classic:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
10:15am
SilverSneakers Yoga: Monday
& Wednesday. 3pm
SilverSneakers Walk Fit:
Tuesday & Thursday 8:30am.
SilverSneakers Quick-Fit:
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:30-
9:30am. Exercise for beginners.
500 Thursdays at 1pm. Similar
to Euchre. Call Barb to sign up
at 920-892-4364
Canasta: Mondays, 1pm.
Cribbage: Mondays, 1pm
Dollar Bingo: Wednesdays,
1:30pm
High Stakes Bingo: 1st
Tuesdays of every month.
6:30pm
Mah Jongg: Tuesdays 9am,
1st and 3rd Wednesday, 1pm,
Thursday 1pm
Ping Pong: Monday nights,
6-8pm and Friday from 1-3pm.
Pool: anytime
Wii Bowling: Tuesday and
Thursday mornings at 9:30am
and Thursday afternoon at
1:30pm.
LEGO Club: 1st and 3rd
Wednesday, 10am.
Bring Your Own Bible
(BYOB) Study: Generations.
1pm Contact James, 838-0405

Walk With Ease: St Paul
Lutheran Church, 730 CTH
PP, Sheboygan Falls. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays
9-10am. April 13-May 23.
Sponsored by the Arthritis
Foundation. 459-3034 or 467-
4142

Closed--Shoppes on
Mill Street: 412 E. Mill
St. Plymouth. We will be
temporarily closed due to the
downtown fire. We will be reopening in 4-6 months with a
new and improved look. Watch
for more info. 920-892-8500.

MONTHLY ACTIVITIES
– MEAD PUBLIC
LIBARARY-SHEBOYGAN:
Mead Public Library has
announced its events for May,
featuring educational activities
for children, teens and adults.
For a complete list, including
children’s storytimes, book
clubs and movie screenings,
visit www.meadpl.org, or call
920-459-3400, ext. 3422 for
more information. All programs
are free and open to the public,
with funding provided by the
Friends of Mead Public Library
and the Mead Public Library
Foundation.
Saturday, May 26: Mead
Public Library will host a CD
release party and signing for
the debut solo acoustic and

mountain dulcimer record by
Lil’ Rev from 3-4:30pm in The
Loft.
Tuesday, May 29: Join award winning artist Lil’ Rev for the
Mead Public Library Ukulele
Club in The Loft from 6:30-
7:30pm.
Wednesday, May 30: Kids can
try out Makey Makey, Ozobots,
littleBits and other coding
kits  during the Kids Coding
Petting Zoo drop-in event from
3:30-5pm in the Children’s
Activity Room. Thursday,
May 31: Learn to finger paint a
masterpiece during a free, step by step workshop for adults held
outdoors on the Mead Public
Library Terrace. Registration
required at the www.meadpl.org
events calendar or by calling
459-3400, ext. 3422.

REGULARLY SCHEDULED
EVENTS:
**EVERY SATURDAY**
Alakids & Alateen, Spiritual
Alateens: Saturday Morning
Support Groups for Teens
& Kids Affected by Another
Person’s Use of Alcohol or
Drugs 1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st
St., Sheboygan, 9:30-10:30am.
Call Augie or Beth, 452-5173.
www.sheboygancoalateen.weebly.com
card. 458-8482
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com
Saturday Morning Secret
Finders Beginning May 26:
Picnic Shelters at Mauthe Lake
and Long Lake Recreation
Areas. 10-11am. Calling all
Youths to participate in the
Wisconsin Explorers program.
Three age groups engage in
nature activities. For more
information call 920-533-8322.
Waldo Farm & Flea Market:
Chissy’s Parking Lot, 501 E.
Mill St. Waldo. 9am-2pm.

**1ST & 3RD SATURDAY**
Stroke Support Group for
Survivors and Caregivers:
First Congregational UCC
Church, 310 Bluff Ave.
Sheboygan. 10-11am. 458-1636

**3RD SATURDAY**
Lakeshore Miniature Makers
Meeting: Sheboygan Falls
Library basement, 330 Buffalo
St., 9am-3pm. Elaine, 452-4798
Meat Raffle: Fudgienuckles
Sports Bar & Grill, 133 W.
Main St. Glenbeulah. 526-3511
Read and Explore: Ice Age
Visitor Center, (located off Hwy.
67 half mile west of Dundee),
1-2:15pm. Elementary students,
read a book about the signs
of spring. Afterwards, head
outside to search for spring’s
return. 920-533-8322

**4TH SATURDAY**

LEGO Club: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. 10:30-
11:30am. Make your best
LEGO creation, and it will be
displayed in the library until
next meeting. Age 6-12. 892-
4416

**EVERY SUNDAY**
Sheboygan Lakeshore I Love
my Addict Support Group:
St. John's UCC on the corner of
13th and Lincoln Ave. 6-7pm.
Find us on FB at Sheboygan
Lakeshore I love my addict
support group.

**3RD SUNDAY**
GI Breakfast: American
Legion Post 243, 40 Stafford St.
Plymouth. 8am-noon. All you
can eat.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Post-Partum Mother’s
Support Group: Labor of
Love Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
TOPS Chapter 1272 Cascade:
Cascade Village Hall. 301
Milwaukee Ave. 5:30 weigh in.
6pm meeting. 528-8642
Odd Duck Society: Weather
Center Café 809 Riverfront Dr.
, Sheboygan, 6pm. All writers
welcome. Kyane, 920-334-
0664
Sheboygan/Plymouth Rotary
Meeting: Sheboygan Elks
Lodge #299, 1943 Erie Ave.
Sheboygan 12pm.
Overeaters Anonymous:
Redeemer Lutheran Church,
1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth.
5:30-6:30pm. 920-910-6656

**1ST & 3RD MONDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club – Evening: Seranya
Studios, Plymouth, 6-8pm.
Free! Bring your projects. Bring
a snack and beverage. Bring
some friends. Call 893-9000 to
register.

** 2ND & 4TH MONDAY **
Plymouth Eagles Club Aerie
1312 Meeting: Eagles Hall,
127 North Street, Plymouth,
7pm. Call Art Pfeifer 920-579-
1129

** 4TH MONDAY **
Parkinson Support Group:
Cedar Grove Public Library,
131 Van Altena Ave. 6:30-
8:00pm

**EVERY TUESDAY**
Depression & Bipolar
Support Group: Labor of
Love Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
The Welcome Table: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern
Ave., Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm.
Free community sponsored
meal open to all. 889-4660
Narcotics Anonymous:

Right Way Club, 4627 S. 12th,
Sheboygan, 10am.
Narcotics Anonymous –
Winning at the End of the
Road: St. Peter’s Church, 2104
Geele Ave., Sheboygan, 7pm.
Does Someone’s Drinking
Bother You? Al-anon
Meeting: Plymouth Alliance
Church (south door), corner of
23 and Fairview Dr., Plymouth.
6:30pm. 286-0008 or 254-2097
Samaritan’s Hand Bible
Study New Life Church Office,
601 Eastern Ave, Plymouth.
6:30-8pm 254-6922
Go to any Length Group
Alcoholics Anonymous:
Plymouth Alliance Church,
1203 Fairview Dr. Plymouth.
9:30-11am 893-5525
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com
Chess: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 40 Pine St. 3-5pm.
876-2554.
After School Drop-In: Elkhart
Lake Public Library, 40 Pine
St. 3-5pm. Play checker, chess,
Jenga, and more. Children under
7 can attend with caregiver.
876-2554.
GriefShare: Evangelical
Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St.
Sheboygan. 9-10:30am. A
Discovery Bird Hike: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 8am. Meet
at Black River Trail, parking
lot P, to search for birds in the
park. Wear comfortable shoes
and dress for the weather. Bring
binoculars and bird guides if
available. All vehicles will need
a state park sticker. 451-4080.
Wildflower Hike: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 10:30-
11:30am. Meet at the parking
lot for the Black River Trail
and hike the trail to search
for the wildflowers currently
blooming. Bring insect
repellant and wildflower guide
if available. All ages welcome;
children must be accompanied
by an adult 451-4080.

**2ND & 4TH TUESDAY**
Plymouth Toastmasters Club
Meeting: Masters Gallery
Foods, South Building, 411 Cty
Rd. PP, Plymouth, 6:30-8pm.
Call Ryan Theel, 207-9852 for
details

**4TH TUESDAY**
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group:
Sheboygan County Aging and
Disability Resource Center, 650
Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls.
5:30-7:30pm 457-4182
Adult Book Discussions:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 10am. Focus: Non-
Fiction. 892-4416
Knitting Club: Cedar Grove
Public Library. 131 Van Altena
Ave. 1:30pm. All ages, all skill
levels welcome. 920-668-6834.

**EVERY WEDNESDAY**
Oneighty Youth Service: Word
of Grace Community Church,
837 Buffalo, Sheboygan Falls,
6:30pm. www.wogcc.com
Domestic & Sexual Abuse
Women’s Support Group:
Labor of Love Counseling
& Education Center, 1020
Superior Ave., Sheboygan,
10am. 226-9599
Men Living Free from
Lust: Weekly support &
accountability in a confidential
setting. Call 207-3665 for
information.
Tatting Class: St. Peters
Episcopal Church Family
Center, 632 Buffalo St.,
Sheboygan Falls. No charge.
Bring a shuttle. Call Patti, 467-
4317 or Jane, 627-3074
Job Seekers Networking
Group: United Way, 2020 Erie
Ave., Sheboygan, 6pm. Sharing
ideas, presentations, activities
& open discussions. Free! 458-
3784
ACA/ACOA-Adult Children
of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional
Families: 1907 Club, 2908
N 21st St. Sheboygan. 9:30-
10:30am. Discovering our
real identities & from living
with alcoholism of a family
dysfunction as a child. 920-457-
9633
Book Chat and Coffee
Hour: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 10am. Come and see
our new books and enjoy the
conversation. 876-2554
TOPS Chapter 0795

Oostburg: Oostburg Civic
Center, 213 N 8th St. Conference
Room. Weigh in at 5:45pm.
Meeting at 6:15pm 564-2934
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Weight Watchers:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth. Registration at 5pm.
Meeting at 5:30pm.Customer
Service at 1-800-651-6000.
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com
The Sharing Closet: St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church,
312 E. Main St. Plymouth.
9am-noon or by appointment.
Accepting donations of
medical equipment and medical
supplies and lending donations
to the community (bandages,
beds, crutches, hospital beds,

toilet risers, wheelchairs, etc.)
Equipment is on loan at no
charge to anyone in need.
Overeaters Anonymous:
Redeemer Lutheran Church,
1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth.
5:30-6:30pm. 920-910-6656
GriefShare: St. Mark Lutheran
Church, 1019 N. 7th St.
Sheboygan, 10am. A support
group for those grieving the
loss of a loved one. 458-4343
TOPS Chapter 1207
Sheboygan Falls: Sheboygan
Falls Public Library, 330
Buffalo St., (lower level
meeting room). Weigh-in 9am.
946-2425.

**4TH WEDNESDAY**
“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
& Information Evening
Group: Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice. W2850
State Rd 28, Sheboygan Falls,
10:30am-12:00pm. Everyone
welcome. Contact Marianne
Brandt at 467-1800 or mbrandt.
ssrhospicehome.org
Sheboygan County Writers

Club: Sheboygan Falls
Memorial Library, 330 Buffalo
St. 5:30-7:30pm. Free and Open
to all.

**LAST WEDNESDAY**
Sheboygan Sudzzers
Homebrew Club: 8th Street
Ale Haus, 7pm. If you are a
home brewer or are interested
in brewing beer, please join us!
www.sheboygansudzzers.org
COPD Support Group:
Lutheran Church of Our
Redeemer, 3027 Wilgus Ave,
Sheboygan, 1pm. Beverly
Behnke, 698-2263
Amputee Support Group:
Rocky Knoll – West Activity
room, 2pm. Janice, 892-4397

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club: Seranya Studios,
Plymouth, 1611 Eastern Ave.
10:00am-12:30pm. Free! Bring
your projects. Call 893-9000 to
register.

Celebrate Recovery: St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 730 Cty. Rd.
PPP, Sheboygan Falls, Entrance
4, 6:30-8:30pm. 467-6449
Addictions (AODA, Sex,
Gambling, Etc.) Support
Group: Labor of Love
Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
TOPS Chapter 1532
Plymouth: Generations 1500
Douglas Dr. In the craft room.
Weigh in 4:15pm; Meeting at
4:30pm. Call Linda at 980-1932
for more details.
Seekers of Serenity Alcoholics
Anonymous Campfire
Meeting: Trinity UM Church,
425 Lyndon St, Waldo. Use
lower entrance, 7pm. 528-7024.
Go to any Length Group
Alcoholics Anonymous:
Plymouth Alliance Church,
1203 Fairview Dr. Plymouth.
11am 893-5525
Tech Thursdays: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 11am-2pm.
Need help with downloading
an ebook from Overdrive or an

emagazine from Zinio? Need
help getting started using your
new tablet or finding out about
our databases. Can’t come on
Thursday, call and make an
appointment. 876-2554
Wisconsin Region of Narcotics
Anonymous Thursday Night
Step Study:. Riteway Club,
4627 S. 12th St. Sheboygan.
6pm 920-452-3375 or 1-888-
611-1813
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Watercolor Artists:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth. 9am-1pm. A great
resource for new painters. 892-
4858
Sheboygan Falls Food Pantry:
529 Giddings Ave. 9-11am.
Serving Sheboygan Falls,
Oostburg, Waldo & Howards
Grove. May use once a month.
917-2235
GriefShare: Evangelical
Free Church 1710 N 15th
St., Sheboygan, 6:30-8pm.
A support group for those

grieving the loss of a loved one.
452-6520
Samaritan’s Hand Faith Bases
AODA Support Meeting:
Word of Grace Church, 837
Buffalo St. Sheboygan Falls,
6:30-8pm.

**2nd & 4th THURSDAY**
Toddler Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 40 Pine St.
10am Music, puppets, blocks,
and books. 876-2554
Evening Explorations: Ice
Age Visitor Center. (located
of Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee). 6-8pm. Some we will
car-pool to second location.
Best for people over the age of
12. 920-533-8322.

**4TH THURSDAY**
Sheboygan County Low
Vision Group: Sheboygan
Senior Center, 428 Wisconsin
Ave. 1pm This support group is
available for visually impaired
individuals. The Plymouth
Lions Club will provide a driver
if you need assistance. Call the
Senior Activity Center at 459-
3290 or Jerry Kolar at 892-8888

Lakeshore Garden Club:
1-3:15pm. For more information
and location call Doris Weber at
467-3266

**EVERY FRIDAY**
Samaritan’s Hand Faith
Based AODA Support
Meeting: 1714 N 8th St.,
Sheboygan or New Life Church,
601 Eastern Ave. Plymouth.
Doors open at 6:30pm Meeting
starts at 7pm and lasts as long as
needed. 254-6922
NA Meeting: Aurora
Sheboygan Memorial, 2629 N.
7th St., Sheboygan, 7pm. 451-
5548
Overeaters Anonymous: New
Holstein Public Library, 2115
Washington St. 11am-noon.
920-418-1778

**3RD FRIDAY**
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group:
JMKAC, 608 New York Ave.,
Sheboygan. 1-2:30pm Call
Tanya at 918-8169 or Mary at
452-2229.

O.W.L.S - Older, Wiser,
Livelier Seniors: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
Explore natural history topics
that align with seasonal
phenomena. Classes are mostly
outdoors and walking the trails.
459-3906.
Silent Salamanders Nature
Storytime: Ice Age Visitor
Center. (located of Hwy 67
half mile west of Dundee)
9:30-10:30am. Learn about
Salamanders. Best for 3-6 year
olds. 920-533-8322.
PHS Car Show: Plymouth
High School. 125 Highland
MowtownAve. RegistrationWaldo Implementat 8am. Show
Inc.
opening at 10am. Brat fry and
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(920)528-8631
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Bird Walk: Maywood

Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
7:15am.
Join members of Sheboygan
County Audubon for springbird
walks. View migrating and
resident species. Bring
binoculars or borrowfrom our
supply. Please meet on the south
deck of the Maywood Ecology
Center. 459-3906.
8th Annual “Language of
Nature” – Poetry Reading and
Discussion: Spring Bird Walk:
Maywood Environmental Park,
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
10am. Bring your poetry to
share.
459-3906
Scoping the Skies: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 9pm.
The Sheboygan Astronomical
Society brings their telescope to
view the heavens. 459-3906.
Bring your Rocks to the
Park Day: Kohler-Andrae
State Park. 1-4pm. Bring
your rocks and have them
identified by geologists and
master naturalists. Meet in
the breezeway at the park
bathhouse. Dress for cooler lake
weather. No pets. 451-4080.
Walk, Talk, Eat and Dance
like a Sandhill Crane: Kohler-
Andrae State Park, 3:30-5pm.
Park amphitheater. Master
Naturalist Chris Lilek shows
us how to walk, talk, eat and
dance like them. Children must
be accompanied by an adult. In
the event of inclement weather,
program will be moved indoors.
451-4080.
Coyote’s Story: Kohler-Andrae
State Park. 7-8pm. Sanderling
Nature Center. Learn about the
coyote on his journey through
America's history, from the Ice
Age and his place with Native
Americans through westward
migration of the pioneers and
his place in our communities.
451-4080.
1980’s Night at the Museum:
Sheboygan County Historical
Museum. 3110 Erie Ave.
5-10pm. Join us for an Eighties
evening of dancing and music.
920-458-1103
Tough-Shelled Turtles
Exploring Nature Program:
Ice Age Visitor Center. (located
of Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee) 1-2:30pm. Learn
about turtles. Best for families/
groups with children ages 6-12
years old. 920-533-8322
Panther Greenhouse Plant
& Flower Sale: Plymouth
High School Food Science
& Agriculture Center, 125
Highland Ave., 8:30am-
1:30pm. Student-grown plants
available for purchase. Choices
include annual flowers in flats,
baskets and planters, vegetables
and herbs.
American Legion Auxiliary
Prescott-Bayens Unit 83
Poppy Trott Walk to Honor

Veterans: American Legion
Post 83, 552 S. Evans St.,
Sheboygan, 8am registration,
9am start time. Register at
http:// www.poppytrot.com/
registration
Annual Plant, Rummage
& Bake Sale: Kiwanis
Field House, 726 N 17th St.
Sheboygan. 8am-1pm. Half
price rummage at noon. Garden
related craft and gift items.
Pine Haven Men’s Chorus
Annual Brat Fry/Women’s
Auziliary Craft & Bake Sale:
Giddings Ave. Campus, 531
Giddings Ave. Sheboygan Falls.
2-6pm. Stop in to enjoy food,
crafts and fellowship. 920-467-
2401.
Petsmart National Adoption:
Petsmart, 4013 Hwy 28,
Sheboygan Falls. 11-2. Same
day adoptions fees for all cats.
For more information call 458-
2012.

Sunday
May 20

Plymouth Historical Society
Union Cemetary Walk:
Parking and tour begin at the
VFW parking lot on Division
St., one block north of the
Episcopal church. 1:00-3:00pm.
The event concludes with the
playing of Taps. Plymouth High
School drama students will
portray individuals who rest in
the cemetery. 920-893-1876

Monday
May 21

Horizon Spring Concert:
Plymouth High School
Auditorium, 125 Highland Ave.
6:30pm
Blood Drive: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern
Ave. Plymouth. Noon-5pm.
Each donation will receive a
voucher for a free Admiral’s
Hockey Ticket, as long as
supplies last. 1-877-232-4376
4-H Cat Project Meeting:
UW-Extension, 5 University
Dr. Sheboygan, 6:30pm.
4-H Leaders Association
Executive Board Meeting:
UW-Extension, 5 University
Dr. Sheboygan, 7pm.
Parkinson Disease-Deep
Brain Stimulation Program:
First Reform Church, 237 S.
Main St. Cedar Grove. 6:30-
8:30pm. Call 414-312-6990 for
more information.

Tuesday
May 22

PHS Spring Choral Concert:
Plymouth High School
Auditorium, 125 Highland Ave.
7pm
Lunch N Learn: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. Noon.
Bring a lunch to eat during
the presentation. Maywood
will provide coffee, water and
dessert. 459-3906
Keeping a Positive Attitude:
Aging & Disability Resource

Center of Sheboygan County,
650 Forest Ave. Sheboygan
Falls. 920-467-4100.
4-H Rabbit and Cavy Fun
Show: Sheboygan County Fair
Park, Plymouth. 5pm.

Wednesday
May 23

Jazz in the Park: Plymouth
City Park Band Shell. 7pm.
Riverview Auditorium in
inclement weather.

Thursday
May 24

4-H New Camper Orientation:
UW-Extension, 5 University
Dr. Sheboygan, 6pm.
4-H New Leader Orientation:
UW-Extension, 5 University
Dr. Sheboygan, 6pm.
People to People Exchange
Program Meeting: Mead
Public Library, Rocca Room,
6:30pm. Students in the 9th &
10th grades are encouraged to
apply. 457-4318

Friday
May 25

O.W.L.S - Older, Wiser,
Livelier Seniors: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
Explore natural history topics
that align with seasonal
phenomena. Classes are mostly
outdoors and walking the trails.
459-3906.
Fading into Darkness Night
Hike: Zillmer Trails Area
(located off Cty. Rd. SS between
Cty. Rd. G and Hwy 67. 8:30-
10pm. Best for families with
children at least 5 years old.
920-533-8322
Osthoff Lake Deck: Osthoff
Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave.
Elkhart Lake. 7-11pm. Drive to
the Ocean (pop, rock). 920-876-
3366

Saturday
May 26
PDTR Military Night

Sheboygan County Fair Park.
Pits open 3pm. Kids receive an
American Flag.
Pudgy Pies, Hobo Pies,
Campfire Pies: Kohler-Andrae
State Park. 11am-12:30pm.
Meet at the park amphitheater.
Learn the how-to and hownot to of pie iron cooking. We
recommend bringing a beverage
as there will be an opportunity
to make your own pudgy pie.
Children must be accompanied
by an adult. 451-4080.
Universe in the Park: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 8:45-10pm.
Meet at Sanderling Nature
Center. This program begins
with a 20-30 minute talk and
slide presentation covering
a broad view of astronomy.
Following the presentation,
a telescope is set up to view
whatever astronomical objects
are available. 451-4080.
17th Annual TREA Chapter 76
Brat Fry. Miesfeld’s Market,

Hwy 42, Sheboygan. 9am-
2:30pm. The Retired Enlisted
Association Scholarship Fund.
Food, Soda, Prizes
Elkhart Lake Memorial Day
Program: Veterans Memorial
Park, Corner of Lincoln St.
(Hwy 67) & Chicago St. 11am.
Brat fry by Elkhart Lake Lions
Club.
Nature Up Close: Ice Age
Visitor Center (off Hwy 67 half
mile west of Dundee). 1-4pm.
Take a closer look at nature
using a variety of magnifying
tools. 920-533-8322.
Topography Turned Upside
Down: Ice Age Visitor Center
(off Hwy 67 half mile west
of Dundee). 7-8:30pm. Find
out how the glaciers left us a
landscape that’s turned upside
down.
Osthoff Lake Deck: Osthoff
Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave.
Elkhart Lake. 7-11pm. Matt
Meyer & The Smooth Riders.
(pop, rock). 920-876-3366

Sunday
May 27

Nature Up Close: Long Lake
Recreation Area South Beach.
Noon-3pm. Take a closer look
at nature using a variety of

magnifying tools. 920-533-
8322.
Osthoff Lake Deck: Osthoff
Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave.
Elkhart Lake. 2-6pm. Lost
Jim Olschmidt (blues, swing,
Americana). 920-876-3366

Monday
May 28

Memorial Day Celebration
and Picnic: Town Rhine
Recreation Hall (Cty E and
Cty FF). 11- 4. Delicious brats,
burgers and homemade desserts!
Parade at 1 pm followed by a
Veterans Program Town Rhine
Memorial Cemetery and Civil
War Monument (one of three in
USA).
Plymouth Memorial Day
Celebration: Parade at 10am.
Traditional Memorial Day
ceremonies take place at Union
Cemetery, end of parade route.
Memorial Day Brat Fry:
American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 243, 40 Stafford St.
Plymouth. 10am-2pm.
Greenbush Memorial
Day Program: Greenbush
Cemetery, 10:30am. In case of
rain, the services will be held
in the Greenbush Town Hall.
Sponsored by Haslee-Doebert-
Schmidt American Legion Post
and the Spring Valley 4-H club.

Memorial Day Run/Walk:
Hingham Reformed Church,
W4390 Church Rd. 8am.
Followed by Veterans Parade,
Memorial Service and brat fry.
Call 920-564-3307.
The Annual Adell Memorial
Day Parade: 10:00 am.
Immediately following the
parade, please join us for a
program honoring our veterans
in the Adell Fire Department,
then enjoy a brat, burger, potato
salad and dessert in the park
from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Sheboygan Memorial Day
Program: Parade begins at 9am.
Starts at 7th Street and Center
Ave. Ceremony immediately
after at Fountain Park. Brat fry.
VFW 9156 Memorial Day GI
Breakfast: 522 S. Evans St.
Sheboygan. 7am. 458-0801

Wednesday
May 30

Ozone Alert: Mead Public
Library Rocca Room.
6-7:30pm. League of Women
Voters of Sheboygan County
hosting a free program about
air quality monitor issues. 920-
889-5126

Thursday
May 31
Osthoff Lake Deck: Osthoff

Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave.
Elkhart Lake. 6-9:30pm. Big
Bass Trio (country, rock). 920-
876-3366

JUNE 1-3
4th Annual Northern Moraine
Spring Art Tour: Various
Locations. 10am-6pm on
Friday and 10am-5pm Saturday.
Sunday 11am-4pm. Maps may
be found on the website. www.
plymoutharts.org.

JUNE 1-3
MotoAmerica Series presents
the Championship at Road
America: Gates open at 7am.
800-365-7223

Friday
June 1

Dairyland Classic Motorcycle
Race: Sheboygan County Fair
Park. Pits open 3pm.
Dandy Ducks Nature
Storytime: Ice Age Visitor
Center. (located of Hwy 67 half
mile west of Dundee). 9:30-
10:30am. Best for 3-6 year olds.
920-533-8322.
Fading into Darkness Night
Hike: Long Lake Recreation
Area Picnic Shelter 8:30-10pm.
Best for families with children
at least 5 years old. 920-533-
8322.
Osthoff Lake Deck: Osthoff
Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave.
Elkhart Lake. 7-11pm. Abler
Boys (acoustic). 920-876-3366


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