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PLYMOUTH GENERATIONS
CENTER ACTIVITIES:
1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858

Plymouth Bird & Nature Club:
2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30-
8:30pm. Sept. through Nov. and
Jan. through April. Call Bob, 893-
5156
FRC Drop-in Playgroup: Every Wednesday, Suite B, 9:30-
11:30am. Free! 920-892-6706

REGULARLY SCHEDULED
EVENTS:
**EVERY SATURDAY**
Saturday Morning Support
Groups for Teens & Kids: 1907
Club, 2908 N. 21st Street, Sheboygan, 9:30-10:30am. Please
call ahead if possible. Alateens
call Ruth, 452-4452. Visit: www.
sheboygancoalateen.weebly.com

Women & Men’s Writing Circle: Paradigm CafĂ©, 8th & St.
Clair, Sheboygan, 9-10:30am. All
free spirits & serious writers welcome. Call Kyane, 451-9950
Discovering Choices, Al-Anon
Meeting: 1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st
St, Sheboygan, 9:30-10:30am.
Open to adults affected by someone else’s drinking. Visit www.
area61afg.org for details & other
area meeting info.
AA Meeting: Aurora Sheboygan
Memorial Medical Center 2629
N. 7th St., Sheboygan, 10:30am.
Introduction Group Conf. Room
A, non-smoking.
Waldo Willing To Change Al-
Anon Group: Hingham Reformed Church, W4390 Church
Rd, Hingham, 11am. Call Tammy,
627-1102.
Camo Quilt Project: 439 Factory St., Plymouth, 9-3am. Quilts
are given to soldiers free of
charge. Volunteers are needed.
Linda, 627-3460 e-mail: Linda.
camoquilt@gmail.com
Waldo Farmer’s Market: New
hours! Saturday, 1-4pm. Memorial Hall, Hwy 28. 523-6039 for
details

**2ND SATURDAY**
Plymouth Button Box: Plymouth Public Library, 130 Division
Street, 10am-noon. We welcome

all who have an interest in buttons
– current & old. 920-528-7343 or
email: btnplywi.excel.net

**EVERY SUNDAY**
Al-Anon New Hope: Salem
United Church of Christ, corner of Salem & Kensington Ave,
Plymouth, 7:30-8:30pm. Call
Marilyn, 892-6636.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Overeaters Anonymous: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1808
Eastern Ave., Plymouth, room 3,
5:30-6:30pm. No dues or fees.
286-1004 or visit www.oa.org for
other meetings & information
Al-Anon Meeting: 1907 Club,
2908 N. 21st St, Sheboygan,
7-8pm. 458-3078

** 2ND MONDAY**
Jesus Cares Ministry for the
Developmentally Challenged:
Calvary Ev. Lutheran Church,
2132 N. 27th St., Sheboygan,
6:30pm. There will be snacks following the service. 920-458-4822
Sheboygan County Writers’
Club Monthly Meeting: St.
Mark Lutheran Church, 1019 N.
7th St, Sheboygan, 1-3pm. New
& experienced writers welcome.
Park in the east lot & come in the
door off the parking lot.

** 2ND & 4TH MONDAY **
Plymouth Eagles Club Aerie
1312 Meeting: Eagles Hall, 127
North Street, Plymouth, 7pm.
Call Ed Nielfelt 893-8380.

**EVERY TUESDAY**
Free Meal: Basement Fellowship Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church, 312 E. Main St, Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm. Handicap access. 892-4894
NA Meeting: Redeemer Lutheran
Church, Plymouth. In the Youth
room. Use back door, 7:30pm.
449-5071
Alcoholics Anonymous: Aurora
Sheboygan Memorial, conference
room, 8pm. 451-5548.
Al-Anon Beginners Meeting:
Plymouth Alliance Church (south
door), corner of Hwy 23 & Fairview Dr., Plymouth, 6:30pm.
Followed by a regular meeting
7:15pm. Ellynne, 893-0745 or
Sandi, 286-0008

**2ND TUESDAY**
BINGO! Plymouth Care Center,
916 E. Clifford St., Plymouth,
1-3pm. Prizes & Fun! 893-4777

**2ND & 4TH TUESDAY**
Sheboygan & Manitowoc Singles:

Lake Shore Lanes, 2519
Business Dr., Sheboygan, 7pm.
Anyone 40+ is welcome. Mary-
Jane, 920-684-0004 Email: mjglukes@att.net

**EVERY WEDNESDAY**
Living Free Information &
Support Groups: 933 Krumrey
St, Plymouth (child care provided) or 612 Center Ave, Sheboygan, Conference Rm A, (No child
care), 6:30-8pm. Offering free
Christ-centered help to overcome
or avoid life controlling problems. Ryan, 207-3665 or Rick,
254-6566
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 for
details.
Job Seekers Networking Group:
United Way, 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 6pm. Participate in the
sharing of ideas, group presentations, activities & open discussions. Free! Matt, 458-3784
Live Irish Music: 52 Stafford
Guest House, 52 Stafford St,
Plymouth, 7:30-10:30pm. No admission. 893-0552

**2ND WEDNESDAY**
Crystal Lake Sportsman Club
Monthly Meeting: Old Marsh
Lodge, W7039 Cty. Rd. SR,
Elkhart Lake, 7pm. 457-5187
Young Widow/Widowers Dinner Group: Chili’s, 4001 Hwy
28, Sheboygan Falls, 5pm drinks,
6pm dinner. Call Leona, 395-
2575 for details.
Sheboygan County Family
Caregiver Support Group: Aging & Disability Resource Center,
650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls.
For family caregivers only. Not
for professionals or care recipients 467-4100 or 459-1919.

**EVERY THURSDAY**
TOPS Chapter 1532 Plymouth:
Generations in Plymouth, Weigh
in 3:50pm; Meeting at 4:10pm.
Call Lori for more info 979-4102
Celebrate Recovery: Word of
Grace Community Church, 837
Buffalo, Sheboygan Falls, 6:30-
8pm. www.wogcc.com
GriefShare: Word of Grace
Community Church, 6:30-8pm.
Support group to assist the grief
process. www.wogcc.com

Blood Drive: Red Cross office,
2032 Erie Ave, Sheboygan, 11-
5pm. 457-7739 to make an appointment, or drop in.
Seekers of Serenity Alcoholics
Anonymous Campfire Meeting:
Trinity UM Church, 425 Lyndon
St, Waldo. Use lower entrance,
7pm. 528-7024.

**1ST & 3RD THURSDAY**
Plymouth Toastmasters Club
Meeting: Masters Gallery Foods,
South Building, 411 Cty Rd. PP,
Plymouth, 6:30-8pm. Call Ryan
Theel, 207-9852 for details

**2ND THURSDAY**
Widow/Widower’s Monthly
Meeting: Fountain Park Steak
House, Sheboygan, cocktails:
5pm; dinner: 6pm. 627-5020

**3RD THURSDAY**
“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
& Information Evening Group:
Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice. W2850 State Rd 28,
Sheboygan Falls, 6-7:30pm. Everyone welcome Chaplain Nancy
Simenz, 467-1800 Visit www.ssrhospicehome.org for online grief
resource.
National Alliance on Mental
Illness Support Group: United
Way Building, 2020 Erie Ave,
Sheboygan, 7pm. Support group
for adult family members &
friends of a person with a mental
illness. Call 458-3951 for info.
Camo Quilt Project: 439 Factory St., Plymouth, 6-9pm. Quilts
are given to soldiers free of
charge. Volunteers are needed.
Linda, 627-3460 e-mail: Linda.
camoquilt@gmail.com

**EVERY FRIDAY**
FDL Baby Boomers Singles: We
meet at a different location each
week, 5:30pm. Open to singles
ages 40s-60s. Call Sue, 920-923-
3699 or visit www.fdlbabyboomers.com
NA Meeting: Aurora Sheboygan
Memorial Medical Center, 2629
N. 7th St., Sheboygan, 7pm. 451-
5548

FEB. 13-MAR. 24
Anti-Abortion 40 Days for Life:
This campaign will feature a 40-
day prayer vigil outside Planned
Parenthood at 2108 Kohler Memorial

Dr., Sheboygan. Contact
Sarah at 40DaysSheboygan@
gmail.com or Roseann at 920-
917-8517 for details.

Thursday
March 7

Free Illustrated Program
About Travel Through Alaska:
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30pm in the Rocca Meeting Room. Presented by Wayne
& Valerie Graczyk of Someday
Travel. 459-3400 ext. 3422
Sundown Storytime: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30 in
the Story Garden. The theme is
“Happy Birthday.” 459-3400 ext.
3404
History on the Move: Lakeview
Community Library, 112 Butler
St., Random Lake, 1-2:30pm.
Free program on the history of
Small Communities of Southern
Sheboygan County (Beechwood,
Batavia, RL, Silver Creek, Hingham, Cedar Grove, Oostburg &
Dacada.). 994-4825 or 467-4667
for details.

MAR. 7-10
Broadway Comedy - Crazy for
You: Plymouth High School, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 7:30pm.
Sunday, 2pm. Tickets available at
PHS front office.

Friday
March 8
Free Movie Night: Aviation
Heritage Center, Sheboygan Co.
Airport, N6191 Resource Dr.,
Sheboygan Falls, 7pm. Featuring “The Crowded Sky.” A 1960’s
air collision thriller starring Dana
Andrews, Rhonda Fleming,
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., and Anne
Francis. Movie is unrated. Bring
your own chair. 207-5173
Perch Fish Fry: St. John the
Baptist Catholic Church, 116
Pleasant St., Plymouth, 4-7pm.
Homemade desserts, carry-outs
available.
The New Shanghai Circus:
Kohler Memorial Theater, 260
School St., Kohler, 8-7:30pm.
Part of the Kohler Foundation’s
Distinguished Guest Series.
Book Club: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 40 Pine Street, 1pm. Call
for the title of the book for our
next meeting. Everyone is wel-

come! 920-876-2554

MAR. 8-17
I Do, I Do Theater Musical:
Memories Ballroom, 1077 Lake
Dr., Port Washington. Dinner,
6:30pm. Show, 7:45pm. Matinee
performances: Dinner, 12:30pm.
Show, 1:45pm. 262-284-6850 or
www.memoriesballroom.com

Saturday
March 9

Mayville Lions Club Polka
Dance: Mayville Park Pavilion,
325 S. German St., Mayville,
1:30-5:30pm. Featuring “Bear
foot Becky & The Ivan Hoe
Dutchman.” More info. Contact
Danna Gudex-Camrath, 960-5318
Fourth Screening of the Jane
Austen Film Festival: Mead
Public Library, 1pm in the Rocca Meeting Room. Featuring
“Northanger Abbey.” Open to
teens and adults. 459-3400
3rd Annual Irish Party – Hosted by Boys and Girls Clubs of
Sheboygan County: Sheboygan
Falls unit, 107 Cedar St., 6-10pm.
Food & Fun! Open to the public.
Call 467-9733 for tickets.
Exploring Nature Program -
Celebrate Spring’s Return: Ice
Age Visitor Center, off Hwy 67
half mile west of Dundee, 10-
11:30am. We’ll look for sighs of
spring & celebrate the reawakening of the earth after a long winter. Best for families/groups with
children between 6-12 years. 920-
533-8322
Hearthside Dinner: Wade
House, W7824 Center Rd., Greenbush, 11am-3pm. Help prepare an
afternoon meal in the kitchens of
the Wade House as they did in the
19th century. Call 920-526-3271
to reserve your spot.

Sunday
March 10

People to People Brat Fry, Bake
Sale & Rummage Sale Fundraiser: Sheboygan Falls Municipal Building, 375 Buffalo St., 10-
5pm. Music by The Rick Raybine
Band, noon-4pm. 452-4972 www.
ptpsheboygan.org
Polka Dance: Laack’s Hall,
Johnsonville, 1:30-5pm. Featuring the Bob Kuether Band.
Howards Grove Rod & Gun
Club’s Legendary Annual
Smelt Fry: Klemme’s Wagon
Wheel, starting at 10am. Takeouts available.
Breakfast on the Hill: St. Ann
Parish, N188 School St., New
Holstein, Mass at 8am, breakfast
9am-noon. Also featuring bake
sale, silent auction, cherry tree,
raffles. Children under age 6 are
free! Facilities are handicap accessible. 920-894-3147

Monday
March 11
Genealogy Class - Grave Secrets: Sheboygan County Historical Research Center, 518 Water St., Sheboygan Falls, 1-3pm.
Learn to acquire burial research.
Call 467-4667 to register. Classes
with less than 5 registered persons will be rescheduled.
The Art of Pizza Making… and
Much More! Plymouth High
School, Culinary Arts C105,
6-9pm. Learn the techniques & ingredients for making homemade
dough, calzones, Detroit-style
deep dish pizza, Chicago stuffed
& much more. Participants will
leave with a whole pizza for their
family. Ages 16+. 892-5068 to
register.
Free Natural Healing Class
Series – Video, “Cancer-Unlocking the Mystery” by Steven

Horne, Master Herbalist: North
Shore Gathering, 3821 Kohler
Memorial Dr. Frontage Rd. (2
blocks west of Memorial Mall).
7-9pm. Classes may include videos, hands-on demonstrations
and discussions with a question
& answer session to follow. Preregistration is recommended. Call
Claudia Bricks, 920-457-0525

Tuesday
March 12
Genealogy Class – Organizing Your Research, What to Do
With All Your Stuff: Kiel Library, 511 3rd St., 1-3pm. Free &
open to the public.
Free Film Showing for Adults:
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan,
1pm in the Rocca Meeting Room.
Featuring “Big Miracle.” Rated
PG & starring Drew Barrymore
& John Krasinski. 459-3400
The 2nd in a Series of Non-fiction Book Discussions: Mead
Public Library, 5:30pm in The
Loft on the 3rd floor. Featuring
“Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic.”
By Steven Johnson. 459-3400
ext. 3422
RSVP Due for Sheboygan Area
Retired Teachers Association
(SCARTA): To be held March
21st, Al & Al’s, 1502 S. 12th St.,
Sheboygan. Social hour at 11am
with lunch to follow at noon.
Speaker will be Tony Evers, State
Superintendent of Schools. Prior
to the luncheon, a tour of Heritage
School will be available from 10-
11:30am. Spouses & guests are
welcome, but must be included
in your reservation. Diane, 892-
2300
Environmental Movie – Flow:
Maywood Park, 3615 Mueller
Rd., Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Awardwinning documentary investigates what experts label the most

important political & environmental issue of the 21st Century –
The World Water Crisis. Call 459-
3906 or visit www.GoMaywood.
org for details

Wednesday
March 13

Sheboygan County Forage
Council Hay Auction: Chissy’s
Restaurant, Waldo. Hay for sale
needs to be at the auction site by
11:30am. Sale begins at noon. For
details call the Sheboygan Co.
UW-Extension office, 459-5904.
Red Cross Blood Drive Sponsored by the Plymouth Woman’s Club: Salem United Church
of Christ, Plymouth, 11am- pm.
Drop-in Computer Help for Beginners: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 4-5pm on the 2nd
floor. 459-3400 ext. 3422
Lenten Supper & Worship: St.
Thomas Lutheran Church, N4097
Cty. Rd. M Waldo, 5pm with 6pm
worship. Theme: Names of Wondrous Love – Christ Crucified.
458-8881
Coffee Hour: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 40 Pine Street,
10:30am. Join us for coffee or tea
& find out about the newest arrivals & upcoming book releases.
920-876-2554
Yoga for Cyclists II – 6 week
course: Maywood Park, 3615
Mueller Rd., Sheboygan, 6pm.
Call 920-459-3906 to pre-register

Thursday
March 14
St. Patrick’s Day Salad Luncheon: SS Peter & Paul Catholic
Church, 413 Fremont St., Kiel,
11am-1pm.
Exploring Brazil on the Amazon River – The Birds, the Bats,
The Beauty: Maywood Park,
3615 Mueller Rd., Sheboygan,
7pm. Free! 459-3906
Beekeeping Informational
Series Part 1 – Intro to Beekeeping: Maywood Park, 3615
Mueller Rd., Sheboygan, 6-9pm.
Pre-registration required, 459-
3906
First Meeting of the New Science Fiction Book Discussion
Group: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Featuring

“The Caves of Steel.” By Isaac
Asimov. 459-3400 ext. 3422
Fundraiser for Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice:
Acuity, 2800 S. Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, 6-8pm. Featuring a walkthrough War Memorial Replica,
Honor Flight Film Clips & Patriotic Light Show with speakers
Charlie Sykes & Joe Dean. Call
467-1800 or www.ssrhospicehome.org for tickets.
Homemade & Healthy for
Baby: Plymouth High School,
Culinary Arts C105, 6:30-8pm.
Learn how easy, economical, and
eco-friendly it is to make your
baby fresh, homemade food. Call
892-5068 to register.
An Evening with Nature – Native Shrubs & Trees for Your
Yard: Ice Age Visitor Center,
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee, 7-8:30pm. Discover the
incredible diversity of our Wisconsin native trees & shrubs. Best
for 10+ years. 920-533-8322

Friday
March 15

Talk With the Animals: Plymouth Alliance Church Auditorium, 1203 Fairview Dr., Plymouth, 7pm. Timber-Lee Christian
Center is bringing a variety of
“live animals” to introduce kids
of all ages to their unique characteristics, care and habits. Kids
will be allowed to touch or hold
the animals after the program.
Free! 893-5525
Perch Fish Fry: St. John the
Baptist Catholic Church, 116
Pleasant St., Plymouth, 4-7pm.
Homemade desserts, carry-outs
available.
Nature Storytime – Rat-a-tattat, Who’s There? Woodpeckers! Ice Age Visitor Center,
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee, 9:30-10:30am. Why do
woodpeckers peck trees? Best for
3-6 year olds with accompanying
adult. 920-533-8322

MAR. 15-16
8th Annual Shamrocks & Shenanigans Irish Music Show:
Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E.
Mill St., 892-8409 or visit www.
plymoutharts.org


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