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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: 2nd
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

Shoppes on Mill Street: 412
E. Mill St. Plymouth. Will be
open by chance July 1st – 31st.
Grand re-opening August 1st.
920-892-8500.

MONTHLY ACTIVITIES –
MEAD PUBLIC LIBARARY SHEBOYGAN: Mead Public
Library has announced its
events and classes for July,
featuring educational and
cultural activities for children,
teens and adults.

The following is a sampling
of upcoming events. For a
complete list, including book
clubs and workshops, visit
www.meadpl.org, or call 920-
459-3400. 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.
Monday, July 9: Meet other
writers, share your writing and
discuss the joys and trials of the
writing life at the Sheboygan
County Writers Club’s monthly
meeting, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the
Rocca Room at Mead Public
Library. Call 459-3400, ext.
3422, for more information.
Tuesday, July 10: Join Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan
Visual Artists and Maker Break
for Family Night from 5 to 7
p.m., at the new City Green
in downtown Sheboygan,
featuring live music with Jon
Doll and dance with Aum House
of Arts. For more information,
call 459-3400, ext. 3404.
Wednesday, July 11: Teens
can learn to program and play
music with Scratch coding and
Makey Makey during the Teen
Coding Workshop from 10 a.m.
to noon, in the Imaginarium at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3422.
Wednesday, July 11: Kids can
make headbands and then march
with kazoos to the new City
Green in downtown Sheboygan
during Mead Public Library’s
Kazoo Parade. Meet in the
Children’s Activity Room at 10
a.m. For more information, call
459-3400, ext. 3404.
Thursday, July 12: Mead
Public Library will host a Super
Smash Bros. Wii U Tournament
for teens in the Maas Teen
Learning Center. Signup
begins at 1:30 p.m. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3440.
Monday, July 16: Join Mead
Public Library staff in reading
about different cuisines and
exploring the local restaurant
scene during From Word to
Mouth. The next stop will be
Umi Sushi and Steak House
from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Registration
required at the www.meadpl.org events calendar.

Tuesday, July 17: Join Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan
Visual Artists and Maker Break
for Family Night from 5 to 7
p.m., at the new City Green
in downtown Sheboygan,
featuring live music with This
Big Life and a Supernova
Circus Arts hoops workshop.
For more information, call 459-
3400, ext. 3404.
Tuesday, July 17: Learn how to
use the library’s 3D printer from
6-7 p.m. in the Imaginarium
at Mead Public Library. Call
459-3400, ext. 3422, for more
information.
Wednesday, July 18: LEGO
Club will be held in the
Children’s Activity Room
at Mead Public Library for
children in grades K-6 from 10
to 11:15 a.m. The library has
a supply of LEGOs. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3404.
Tuesday, July 24: Join Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan
Visual Artists and Maker Break
for Family Night from 5 to 7
p.m., at the new City Green
in downtown Sheboygan,
featuring the African Drum
and Dance Ensemble. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3404.
Wednesday, July 25: The Kids
Craft Corner will offer free
make-and-take craft projects on
a drop-in basis from 1-2 p.m. in
the Children’s Activity Room at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3404.

REGULARLY SCHEDULED
EVENTS:
**EVERY SATURDAY**
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: 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.
Farmers and Artisans

Market: Downtown Elkhart
Lake. 8:30-Noon. 876-2922
Waldo Farm & Flea Market:
Chissy’s Parking Lot, 501 E.
Mill St. Waldo. 9am-2pm.

**2ND SATURDAY**
Plymouth Button Box:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division Street, 10am-noon.
We welcome all who have an
interest in buttons. 528-7343

**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

**2ND SUNDAY**
Devotions-Prayers for
World Peace: 422 Stafford St.
Plymouth. 2pm.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Odd Duck Society: Weather
Center Café 809 Riverfront Dr.
, Sheboygan, 6pm. All writers
welcome. Kyane, 920-334-
0664

**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 MONDAY**
Sheboygan County Writers’
Club Monthly Meeting:
Mead Public Library, 710 N.

8th St. Sheboygan, 1-3pm. All
writing levels welcome. www.
sheboyganwriters.wordpress.com
Special Needs Night: Above
& Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N 8th St., Sheboygan,
5-7pm. For families with
children of special needs. Free!
458-4263 www.abkids.org
Adult Book Discussions:
Plymouth Public Library,
130 Division St. 6pm. Focus:
Fiction 892-4416

**EVERY TUESDAY**
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.

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.
Heritage School Living
Museum: 1208 S. 8th St.
Sheboygan. 1-4pm. Built in
1876. 920-208-3357

**2ND TUESDAY**
Bricks and More: Elkhart
Lake Public Library, 40 Pine St.
Legos, Keva Planks, blocks and
other building activities. All
ages. 876-2554
Art Share: Sheboygan Visual
Arts. EBCO Artworks, 1201
Erie Ave. Sheboygan. 6:30-9pm
Introduce your artwork and
yourself or just hang out.

**4TH TUESDAY**
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**
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
Book Chat and Coffee
Hour: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 10am. Come and see
our new books and enjoy the
conversation. 876-2554
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
Eat Play Grow!: Above &
Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N. 8th St. Sheboygan. 10am-
Noon. Meet in the Children’s
Garden for exciting activities
and snacks during this-hands
on gardening experience. 458-
4362
Sheboygan County Quilt
Guild: Ebenezer Church, 3215
Saemann Ave. Sheboygan. 1pm

**4TH WEDNESDAY**
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

**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.
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
Watercolor Artists:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth. 9am-1pm. A great
resource for new painters. 892-
4858
SCIO Farmers Market:
Fairfield Plaza, 2133 Eastern
Ave. Plymouth. Noon-5:30pm
457-7272
Mindfulness for Kids: Above
& Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N. 8th St. Sheboygan. 10:30-
11:30am. Explore your five
senses with programs focused
on wellness, self-care and selfdiscovery. 458-4263.

**1ST & 3RD THURSDAY**
Story Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 40 Pine St.
Stories, songs and fun with
Nano. 10:30am. 876-2554.

**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.

**3RD THURSDAY**
Between the Lakes Muskies:
Bummy’s Haus, 1209
Millersville Ave., Howards
Grove. 6:30pm.

**4TH THURSDAY**
Lakeshore Garden Club:
1-3:15pm. For more information
and location call Doris Weber at
467-3266

**EVERY FRIDAY**
Mill Street Live: Plymouth
Arts Center, 520 Mill St.
7:30pm. Summer Musical
Series. 892-8409.
Science Minors Club: Above
& Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N. 8th St. Sheboygan.
10:30-11:30am. Geared for
kids 8-12, this program offers
early exposures to science
through fun hands-on activities.
Registration required. 458-
4263.

**2ND FRIDAY**
Book Club on the MOVE:
Vintage, 100 E Rhine St.
Elkhart Lake, 1pm 876-2554

Friday
July 13

Movie Night – Battle Hymn:
Aviation Heritage Center of
Wisconsin. Sheboygan County
Airport,, N6191 Resource Dr.
Sheboygan Falls. Doors open
at 6:30. 6:45 Aviation Historian
provides introduction. 7pm
Movie begins. Discussion
Following Movie.
Birding by Canoe: 1pm. Canoe
from Esslingen Park to the 8th
Street Boat Launch. Contact
Camp Y-Koda at 467-6882.
RSVP Due for Co-ed Softball
Tournament on July 27-28:
Mitchell Athletic Club, W8052
Parnell Rd. Parnell. Contact
Laura at 920-838-4830
Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar. “Hot
Jupiter”
Red Cross Biannual Blood
Drive: Pine Haven Community
Center, Haven Dr. Sheboygan
Falls. 1-6pm. Walk-ins are

welcome, however to reduce
wait time call ahead. 1-800-
733-2767.

Saturday
July 14

PDTR Hopf Farms
Autograph Night: Sheboygan
County Fair Park. Pits open
3pm. Kids receive a checkered
flag.
Hurray for Herps!: Mauthe
Lake Recreation Area Beach,
1-4pm. Meet snakes, turtles,
frogs, toads and salamanders up
close. Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children.
920-533-8322.
Turtles of Wisconsin: Ice Age
Visitor Center. (located of Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee).
7-8:30pm. Learn what habitats
turtles need to survive. 533-
8322.
Mill Street Festival:
Downtown Plymouth. Craft
vendors, food, live music, pony
rides, petting zoo and much
more! 893-0079.
Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar. “Pat
& Jake of Burgandy Ties”

Sunday
July 15

Marvelous Mammals: Long
Lake Recreation Area South
Beach, Noon-3pm. Learn
what characteristics mammals
share. Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children.
920-533-8322.

Tuesday
July 17

Memories Dinner Theater:
Memories Ballroom, 1077
Lake Drive, Port Washington.
Doors open at 11:45pm, dinner
at 12:30pm, Matinee show at
1:45pm, Evening show doors
open at 5:45, dinner at 6:30pm,
show 7:45pm. “Assisted Living
The Musical” Call 262-284-
6850 for reservations.
Summer Concert:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth, 6-8pm.
Outdoor Ice Cream Social
& Brat Fry: Immanuel UCC
Church, W3694 CTH FF.
3-7pm. Brats, hamburgers,
chicken, root beer floats & the
famous Immanuel Special.

Wednesday
July 18

Memories Dinner Theater:
Memories Ballroom, 1077
Lake Drive, Port Washington.
Doors open at 11:45pm,
dinner at 12:30pm, show at
1:45pm, “Assisted Living The
Musical” Call 262-284-6850
for reservations.
Children’s Summer Library

Program: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. Shows
are at 10am and 1:30pm. Truly
Remarkable Loon - Juggler.
892-4416.
Mr. Pickles Show: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 1pm. Music,
stories, songs and fun. For
JK through 4th grade Children
under 7 must be accompanied
by adult. 920-876-2554.
Truly Remarkable Loon:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 10am and 1:30pm.
Children’s juggler. Call the
library at 920-892-4416 for
more information.

Thursday
July 19

Memories Dinner Theater:
Memories Ballroom, 1077
Lake Drive, Port Washington.
Doors open at 11:45pm,
dinner at 12:30pm, show at
1:45pm, “Assisted Living The
Musical” Call 262-284-6850
for reservations.
Summer Concert Series:
Plymouth City Park, Grove St.
7pm. Newtonburg Brass Band.
Story Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 10:30am.
Stories, music, fun activities
with Nano. 920-876-2554
Song Lyrics Art: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 1pm. Bring your
favorite song lyrics to use as
the inspiration for wall art. For
grades 5-8. 920-876-2554.
Brat Fry Bingo: Sunny Ridge
Rehabilitation Center, 3014
Erie Ave. Sheboygan. Dinner
at 5pm, Bingo to follow. 50/50
raffle with proceeds going to the
Walk to end Alzheimer’s. 920-
453-7056

JULY 19-22
The WeatherTech®
International Challenge with

Brian Redman presented by
HAWK (Vintage Cars): Road
America, Elkhart Lake. Gates
open at 7am. 800-365-7223

Friday
July 20

Movie Night – Porgy & Bess
(1959): Stephanie Weill Center,
826 N. 8th St. Sheboygan. 5pm
& 8pm. 920-208-3243.
Dragons of Summer
Storytime: Ice Age Visitor
Center. (located off Hwy 67 half
mile west of Dundee). 9:30-
10:30am. Uncover the amazing
facts about dragonflies. Best for
children 3-6 years old. 920-533-
8322.
RSVP Due for Learn to Kayak
to be held Saturday July 21:
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Boat Launch, 9:30-noon or
1-3:30pm. Program best for for
people at least 10 years old.920-
533-8322.

Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar.
“JJURA”
Walk to End Alzheimer’s Brat
Fry: Plymouth Piggly Wiggly,
1411 Eastern Ave. 10am-4pm.
Group orders available. 920-
450-2092

JULY 21-22
Midsummer Festival of the
Arts: John Michael Kohler
Arts Center, 608 New York
Ave. Sheboygan. Saturday 10-
5, Sunday 10-4. Browse 130
artists exhibits. Live music.

Saturday

July 21

IRA 410 Sprints w/PDTR
360 Sprints and B Mods:
Sheboygan County Fair Park.
Pits open 3pm.
Dutch Oven Cooking: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 11:30-1pm.
Meet at the park amphitheater.
Learn about a short history and
the "how-to's" of Dutch oven
cooking, but samples of two
dishes will be provided. 451-
4080.
Universe in the Park: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 8-9:30pm.
Following a short presentation,
a telescope is set up to view

whatever astronomical objects
are available. 451-4080.
Sand County Songs Family
Concert with Tim S. Johnson:
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Picnic Shelter, 7-8:30pm.
Outdoor concert so bring lawn
chairs and blankets. In case
of inclement weather it will
be held at the Ice Age Visitor
Center. 920-533-8322.
So Many Legs!: Mauthe Lake
Recreation Area Beach, 1-4pm.
Meet some creatures with a lot
of legs. Adults are encouraged
to participate with their

children. 920-533-8322.
Project Red: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 5-7pm.
Be trained to monitor the river
by canoe, kayak, or on foot
to detect invasive plants and
animals. 459-3906.
Scoping the Skies: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 9pm.
View the Ring Nebula and
planets Jupiter and Saturn via
telescopes. 459-3906.
Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar.
“Delta X”

Sunday
July 22

So Many Legs!: Long Lake
Recreation Area South Beach,
Noon-3pm. Meet some
creatures with a lot of legs.
Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children.
920-533-8322.

Monday
July 23

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
Birding by Canoe: 1pm. Canoe
from Esslingen Park to the 8th
Street Boat Launch. Contact
Camp Y-Koda at 467-6882.

Wednesday
July 25

Children’s Summer Library
Program: Plymouth Public

Library, 130 Division St.
Shows are at 10am and
1:30pm. Elementastic Science
– Interactive science. 892-4416.
RSVP Due for Learn to Fly
Fish to be held on July 28:
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Picnic Shelter, 9-11:30am.
Learn the correct way to use fly
fishing gear and tackle to catch
a whole variety of fish. Bring
your own gear. 920-533-8322.
Elementastic Science:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 10am and 1:30pm.
Interactive science experiments.
920-892-4416.

Thursday
July 26

German Night: Plymouth City
Park, Grove St. 6pm.
Biking through Habitats:
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Pet Picnic Area, 6:30-8:30pm.
Investigate the natural habitat
along the Lake-to-Lake Bike
trail on this eight mile round
trip. Provide your own bicycle
and gear. 920-533-8322
Levitt AMP Sheboygan
Music Series: City Green on
the corner of 7th St and New
York, Sheboygan. Food and
concessions open at 5:30pm.
Music at 7pm – Martha Redbone
Roots Project (Roots).
Toddler Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 10am. Play time
for children and caregivers.
920-876-2554
Ukulele with Lil Rev: Elkhart
Lake Public Library, 7pm.
Learn the basics of ukuleles. For
grades 5-8. Ukuleles provided.
To register call 920-876-2554.

Friday
July 27

Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar.
“John Prigge, Owen Mooney &
John Selak”
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Brat Fry: Miesfeld’s Triangle
Market, 4811 Venture Dr.
Sheboygan. 10am-4pm. Group
orders available. 920-450-2092

JULY 27-28
Co-ed Softball Tournament:
Mitchell Athletic Club, W8052
Parnell Rd. Parnell.

Saturday
July 28

PDTR Backpack Night:
Sheboygan County Fair Park.
Pits open 3pm.
Summer Candlelight Hike
in the Park: Kohler-Andrae
State Park. 8:30-10:30pm. Park
at Sanderling Nature Center
Lot P3 or North Beach Lot P2.
Enjoy a self-guided hike along a
marked trail illuminated by tiki
torches. The trail runs along the
shoreline and on the cordwalk
through the dunes.
Learn to Fly Fish: Mauthe
Lake Recreation Area Picnic
Shelter, 9-11:30am. Learn the
correct way to use fly fishing
gear and tackle to catch a whole
variety of fish. Bring your own
gear. 920-533-8322.
Wisconsin Orchids: Ice Age
Visitor Center. (located off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee).
1-3pm. Get tips and tricks on
how to identify wild orchids.
Best for people at least 10 years
old. 920-533-8322.
Night Fliers – Bats and Owls:
Long Lake Recreation Area
South Beach, 1-4pm. Unravel
many astonishing truths about
the only true flying mammals.
Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children.

920-533-8322.
Wolves of Wisconsin: Ice Age
Visitor Center. (located of Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee).
7-8:30pm. Learn how wolves
are recovering and maintaining
a healthy population. 920-533-
8322.
LEGO Club and Playdough
Playdate: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. 10-
11:30am. For children of all
ages. 920-892-4416.
Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar.
“Classic Racket”

Sunday
July 29

Night Fliers – Bats and Owls:
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Beach, Noon-3pm. Unravel
many astonishing truths about
the only true flying mammals.
Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children.
920-533-8322.
Garden Tractor Pulls: Racers
Hall, W4408 CTH C, Plymouth.
1pm. Free admission. Food &
beverages served outside. 892-
6900

Monday
July 30

PDTR WOO Late Models
with PDTR Grand Nationals:
Sheboygan County Fair Park.
Pits open 3pm.

Tuesday
July 31

Wild About Books: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 11am.
Meet author Liz Garton Scanlon
and learn about books for young
readers.

Wednesday

August 1

Music in the Park: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 7pm. Park
amphitheater. String Along
Band. Greatest hits of folk,
country, bluegrass, blues, rock
and polka. In the event of
inclement weather, the event
will be moved to Sanderling
Nature Center. 451-4080.
Children’s Summer Library
Program: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. Shows
are at 10am and 1:30pm. Randy
Peterson – Musician. 892-4416.

Thursday
August 2

Summer Concert Series:
Plymouth City Park, Grove St.
7pm. Plymouth Municipal Band
Garden Tractor Pulls: Racers
Hall, W4408 CTH C, Plymouth.
7pm. Free admission. Food &
beverages served outside. 892-
6900
Levitt AMP Sheboygan
Music Series: City Green on
the corner of 7th St and New
York, Sheboygan. Food and
concessions open at 5:30pm.
Music at 7pm – Suzanne Slair
(Folk/Rock/Indie).
Story Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 10:30am.
Stories, music, fun activities
with Nano. 920-876-2554
Teen & Tween Games:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 3-4pm. For youth
in grades 6-12. Board & card
games and free snacks. 920-
892-4416.

AUG. 2-5
IMSA / Continental Road
Race Showcase: Road
America, Elkhart Lake. Gates
open at 7am. 800-365-7223

Friday
August 3

The Ants Go Marching
Storytime: Ice Age Visitor
Center. (located off Hwy 67
half mile west of Dundee).
9:30-10:30am. Learn why ants
march in a single line and what
they’re doing in their hills. Best
for 3-6 year olds. 920-533-8322
Fading into Darkness Night
Hike: Long Lake Recreation
Area Picnic Shelter, 8-9:30pm.
Bring your bug spray and
explore the nocturnal world.
Best for families with children
at least 5 years old. 920-533-
8322.
Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub Summer
Music: 427 Mill St. Plymouth,
7-9pm. In the Garden Bar.
“John Prigge & Mike Brumm”


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