News Digest

Polka night at City Park

The John Roehl Orchestra will provide the music for “Polka Night” at Plymouth City Park Thursday, July 19 starting at 7 pm.

The park will be filled with the sounds of some of the finest old time music available.

The band was originally formed as The Polka Kings by Arwin Herzog when they were students at Howards Grove High School. The name of the band was changed to The Arwin Herzog Orchestra, which later became The John Roehl Orchestra.

Current leader John Roehl explains, “We enjoy playing outdoor concerts in a casual atmosphere. It’s nice to see people at the Park Concerts who have danced to our music.”

The Plymouth Park Board will be in charge of concessions.

MFC to hold annual picnic

Military Families Connect of the Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County invites everyone with a loved one in the Armed Forces (Reserve, Guard and active duty) and service members to their monthly meeting.

They will hold their annual Picnic in the Park Monday, July 23, 4 to 8 p.m. at the Plymouth City Park Lower Shelter (located by the Aquatic Center) in Plymouth.

The city of Plymouth is graciously providing a limited number of pool passes to be used on this date at the Aquatic Center.

Tom & Jerry’s Mini Golf is also providing passes for one complimentary game of mini golf per member. All passes will be available on a firstcome basis with pre-registration. They will be available at the Plymouth FRC office Monday, July 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and at the lower shelter after 4 p.m. Registration is required for complimentary passes.

This is a great opportunity to meet and get to know other military families and friends from the area. The pot luck meal will begin at 5:30 p.m. Please bring a dish to share and your own beverage. Plates, napkins and silverware will be provided.

Contact the FRC to register for the meeting or find out more information about this group at (920) 892-6706 or by email at mfc@excel.net.

The Plymouth Aquatic Center times for open swim are 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m.

Tom & Jerry’s Mini-Golf is open from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. There are two 18 hole courses to choose from.

To register and to reserve passes, call: (920) 892-6706 or email: mfc@excel.net.

I-43 project completed

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation northeast region office has good news for motorists who drive Interstate 43 through Sheboygan County. The current project that began Sept. 20, 2010, has wrapped up and was completed Friday.

The nearly two-year project cost approximately $14.5 million and stretched 24 miles on I-43 from the south Sheboygan County line to State 42. It included asphalt paving, eight new bridges, three bridge overlays, two deck replacements, beam guard upgrades, concrete base patching, ramp closure gates, law enforcement pads, and new pavement marking.

The DOT would like to thank the I-43 users and local businesses for their patience while this important piece of transportation infrastructure was improved.

Musician to perform at library

The next performer to visit Plymouth Public Library will be musician David Landau.

This will be an interactive musical performance, with lots of audience participation. Landau will have everyone laughing and dancing with his silly songs and funny stories. Come join the fun Wednesday, July 18.

There will be two shows: one at 10 a.m., aimed at younger children and their families, and one at 1:30 p.m., aimed at those in grade school and above. You won’t want to miss this fun-filled program.

If you have not already done so, there is still plenty of time to register for the Summer Library Program. Participants will be able to earn a variety of prizes just for keeping track of their reading this summer. There are reading programs available for kids, teens, and adults of any age. Please stop in at the library to register or get more information on this program.

Do you have a super-reader at home who has already finished their reading booklet? If so, come back to the library to pick up an Extra Challenge sheet. The Extra Challenge involves completing 10 reading-related tasks, including making a recipe from a cookbook and listening to an audio book. When all the tasks are completed, your child can come to the library to receive a free book.

If you have any questions about the Summer Library Program, the Extra Challenge, or any other children’s events, please call the library at (920) 892-4416 and ask for Youth Services Librarian Allyson Obermeier.

Please note that, upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services. For additional information, to request this service, or to request information in an alternative format, contact Library Director Martha Rosche at (920) 892-4416.


Most recent cover pages:














Copyright 2009-2018 The Plymouth Review, All Rights Reserved

Contact Information

113 E. Mill St., Plymouth WI 53073
Local: 920-893-6411 Toll Free: 1-877-467-6591
Fax: 920-893-5505




DD Carpentry



Trilling True Value