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

Eastern Wisconsin Purple
Martin Association: Plymouth
Intergenerational Center, 1500
Douglas Dr., Plymouth, 6:30pm.
Club meets every 3rd Thursday
from March to August. Learn
to attract and maintain a Purple
Martin site. Call Tom, 564-6507
for information.
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.
Waldo Farmer’s Market: New
hours! Saturday, 1-4pm. Memorial Hall, Hwy 28. 523-6039 for
details

**3RD SATURDAY**
Sheboygan County Historical
Society “Third Saturdays”:
Sheboygan County Historical
Museum, 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 10am-3pm. Great way
to meet history experts, local
history buffs, and learn about our
local history through displays,
presentations, demonstrations,
local history handouts, historic
videos and hands-on activities.
458-1103
Sheboygan Singles Connection
Breakfast Bunch: Arabella’s,
Sheboygan, 8am. Call Kathy,
208-0597 for information.

**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.

**3RD MONDAY **
Random Lake Garden Club:
Random Lake Community Library, 112 Butler St, 7pm. Call
Pat, 994-9386 for details.

**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

**3RD TUESDAY**
Parkinson Support Group:
Sheboygan Memorial Hospital,
2pm. 920-467-0547
Early Stage Alzheimer’s Support

Group: St. Paul Lutheran
Church, 730 Cty. Rd. PPP, Sheboygan Falls, 2:30-3:30pm. For
the individual & caregiver. Connie Thimmig, 284-6584 or email:
connie.thimmig@azuramemory.com

**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
Wednesday Winners Al-Anon
Meeting: 1907 Club, 2908 N.
21st St., Sheboygan, 9:30am.
Call Linda, 457-8371 or visit
www.area61afg.org for details &
other area meeting info.
Live Irish Music: 52 Stafford
Guest House, 52 Stafford St,
Plymouth, 7:30-10:30pm. No
admission. 893-0552

**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.
Alcoholics Anonymous For
Non-Smokers: Grace Episcopal
Church, 1011 N. 7th St, Sheboygan. Downstairs, 9:30am. Use
7th St. 459-7601.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Aurora
Sheboygan Memorial, conference room, 8pm. 451-5548

**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.

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

Thursday
March 14

People to People March Meeting: The Elks Club, Sheboygan,
dinner at 6:30pm and program at
7:30pm. RSVP to Esther, 457-
3846.
Plymouth Community Blood
Drive: Salem United Church
of Christ, 11:15sm-5:30pm. All
presenting donors will receive a
homemade meal after their donation. 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 walk-through 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

Fish Boil: Cascade Lions Hall,
303 W. Water St., Cascade,
4-8pm. Also serving grilled
cheese kids meals.
RSVP Due for Sheboygan After 5 Presents “Dead Bolts
and Door Knobs” To be held

March 18th, Fountain Park Restaurant, N. 8th St., Sheboygan,
6:30pm. Feature is Bruce Doolittle of Victory Locksmithing.
Speaker is Lynn Ross of Sun
Prairie “Finding the Fragrance
of Joy When Your Life is Quite
the Contrary.” RSVP to Maggie,
452-7188.
Talk With the Animals: Plymouth Alliance Church Auditorium, 1203 Fairview Dr., Plymouth, 7pm. Timber-Lee Christian
Center is bringing a variety of
“live animals” from their Science Education Center 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

Saturday
March 16

Yahtzee Tournament: Silver
Springs Bar & Grill, W6990
Silver Springs Lane, Plymouth,
1pm. 100% payout!
Adell Sportsmen’s Club Rummage & Brat Fry: Adell Fire
Hall, 508 Seifert St., 9-3pm.
First of Two Educational Presentations – “The Life and
Character of Regan.” UW-Sheboygan, 6:30pm in the Wombat
room. Presented by the Sheboygan Liberty Coalition. For details visit www.sheboyganlibertycoaliton.com
Bluebird Birdhouse Building
Workshop: Kohler-Andrae St.

Park, Sheboygan, 1-2:30pm.
Participants are asked to stop
at the park office to purchase
vehicle stickers & pay for their
birdhouse kits. Those planning
to attend are encouraged to preregister, but walk-ins are welcome. 451-4080
Spring Bazaar: Emil Mazey
Hall, 5425 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 9am-3pm. Free Admission!! Featuring crafters and
vendors.
Free Movie Night: Aviation
Heritage Center, Sheboygan Co.
Airport, N6191 Resource Dr.,
Sheboygan Falls, 1pm. Featuring “End of The Spear.” Based
on a true story of five young men
who gave their lives for the Gospel. A moving & powerful tale of
sacrifice, courage & redemption.
Bring your own chair. 207-5173
Final Screening of the Jane
Austen Film Festival: Mead
Public Library, 1pm in the Rocca
Meeting Room. Featuring “Miss
Austen Regrets: The Life and
Loves of Jane Austen.” Program
is open to teens and adults.
Sheboygan Symphony Presents – Land of the Firebird,
From Russia with Love: Weill
Center, Sheboygan, 7:30pm.
Musical traditions of Russia.
The Sheboygan Area Youth
Symphony will be a feature of
this concert along with Ilana
Setapen. Tickets available two
hours prior to concert or by calling the Sheboygan Symphony
Office, 452-1985.
Winter Farmer’s Market: First
Congregational Church UCC,
310 Bluff Ave., Sheboygan,
9am-1pm. Featuring produce,
Amish baked goods, herbs, jams
& jellies, poultry, pork, eggs,
breads, maple syrup, coffees &
much, more. 457-7272 ext. 11

Sunday
March 17
33rd Annual Chili Dinner: St.
Paul’s Lutheran Church, Cascade, 11am-1:30pm. Bake &
Craft Sale. All you can eat chili,
cheese, crackers and homemade
desserts. Carry outs available.
Dance to the Music of the
Kingsmen: Racer’s Hall, just

east of State Rd. 57 on County
Rd. C, Plymouth, 1-5pm. Corned
Beef & Cabbage will be on the
menu.
1st Annual Spring Craft Show:
Amore, 18 W. Mill Street, Plymouth, 10-4pm. 25+ vendors,
crafters and artisans. Free admission! Dave Steffen Band: Antonio’s
Sports Bar & Night Club, Plymouth, 6pm. 893-5105 www.antoniosplymouth.com. No cover
charge!
Annual Pancake Breakfast:
Immaculate Conception Gym,
2722 Henry St., Sheboygan.
Also featuring a bake sale, 50-50
raffles & more. Benefits our Sister Parish, St. Mary’s Assumption, the Habitat for Humanity
fund, trips to New Orleans & St.
Bernard Project.
27th Annual Flapjack Day &
Lumberjack Brunch: Maywood Park, 3615 Mueller Rd.,
Sheboygan. Serving brunch
9am-1pm. Free activities for everyone 10am-2pm. Learn about
local food resources, tours, music, maple sap treats, & more.
Children 3 & under eat free!
Free Admission! 459-3906
Irishman’s Walk: Meet at Family Video, Plymouth at 11am.
Walk westward on Eastern Ave
to 52 Stafford where there will
be traditional Irish food from
11:30am-10pm along with live
Irish music. 893-0552 for details
Autism Support Group: Plymouth Community Services,
N5653 Frontage Rd., Plymouth,
1-3pm. Please bring a snack/
drink for your family attending.
Contact Tina Ernst on FB, or
920-838-1368, or Travis Wick
on FB or traviswick@yahoo.
com or 920-889-3207, or Cassandra Trott, 920-838-0192

Monday
March 18

Antiques Appraisal: Plymouth
Public Library, 4pm. Antiques
expert and author, Mark Moran,
and guest expert on “Antiques
Roadshow,” will be available

for evaluation of your item. Call
892-4416 ext. 105, or stop in to
make an appointment and for a
list of accepted items vs. unaccepted items. Time slots are limited to one item per person.
First Meeting of the New
Romance Book Discussion
Group: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm. The book
featured will be “1105 Yakima
Street” by Debbie Macomber.
459-3400 ext. 3422 for details.
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+.
Call 892-5068 to register.
Free Natural Healing Class
Series – Dr. Andrew Tislau,
DC Reducing Inflammation
Naturally with Diet & Supplementation: 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. Pre-registration
is recommended. Call Claudia
Bricks, 920-457-0525

Tuesday
March 19

Plymouth Mill Pond Lake Association Inc. Director’s Meeting: Plymouth City Hall, 128
Smith St., room 210, 6:30pm.
All interested parties are welcome to attend.
Vietnam Veterans of America
Sheboygan Co. Chapter 618
Monthly Meeting: Sunny Ridge
H&RC, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 7pm in the lower level
meeting room. www.vva618.org
Great Books Discussion
Group: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm. The selec-

tion is “An Enemy of the People” by Henrik Isben. Call 458-
5372 to register.
Yoval Ron Ensemble – Middle
Eastern Music, Family Series: JMKAC, 608 New York
Ave., Sheboygan, 6:30pm. This
ensemble weaves the music &
dance of opposing ethnic & religious groups in the Middle East
into an inspiring evening. 920-
458-6144

MAR. 19-20
The Second of Two Educational Presentations – Two Day
Seminar on Economics and the
Value of the Free Market: Sheboygan Lutheran High School,
6pm. Presented by the Sheboygan Liberty Coalition. For details visit www.sheboyganlibertycoaliton.com

Wednesday
March 20
Poetry Circle: Mead Public

Library, Sheboygan, 6:15pm in
“The Loft” on the third floor.
Bring poetry to read and discuss,
including your own.
Lenten Supper & Worship:
St. Thomas Lutheran Church,
N4097 Cty. Rd. M Waldo, 5pm
with 6pm worship. Theme:
Names of Wondrous Love – The
Way. Guest preacher, Pastor
Bryan Osladil, Lutheran Church
of Our Redeemer, Sheboygan.
458-8881
Storytime: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 40 Pine Street, 10:30am.
Toddlers & babies enjoy stories
& songs. 920-876-2554

Thursday
March 21

Plymouth Historical Society
Annual Meeting: First Congregational UCC, 1405 Hwy
67, Plymouth. Short meeting at
7pm followed by a special presentation by Jim & Gary Hess.
Frank J Hess & Sons Cooperage,
Wisconsin’s largest independent
cooperage. The company manufactured

beer kegs, wine and
whiskey barrels. Jim & Gary,
grandsons of Frank Hess, have
researched the history of their
grandfather’s business and will
enlighten the audience through
discussion and slide presentations and a display. Open to the
public and light refreshments
will be served.
Riverview Middle School Talent Show: Riverview auditorium, 300 Riverside Circle,
Plymouth, 6:30pm. Featuring a
variety of 24 different acts. Audience members will vote for
their favorites by placing dollar
bills into buckets designated for
each act. The act that collects
the most money will win a cash
prize. Baked goods will also be
on sale.
AMVETS, City of Elms Memorial Post 18 Monthly Meeting:
Sunny Ridge H&RC, 3014 Erie
Ave., Sheboygan, lower level
meeting room, 7pm. Jim Riesenberg, 893-0400
Caring for Individuals with Alzheimer’s

Disease: Mead Public
Library, Sheboygan, 1-3pm. The
discussion will explore how dementia affects the brain & will
offer family caregivers excellent
tips to ensure successful day-today interaction. The program is
free, but registration is required.
Email gnyhuis@alz.org or call
Ginny at 838-1311
Beekeeping Informational
Series Part 2 – Give Bees a
Chance! Maywood Park, 3615
Mueller Rd., Sheboygan, 6-9pm.
Pre-registration required, 459-
3906
The Second Session in a Series
of Fiction Book Discussions:
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30pm in “The Loft” on
the third floor. 459-3400 ext.
3422
Sundown Storytime: Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30
in the Story Garden. The theme
is “All Mixed Up.” 459-3400
ext. 3404
Yoval Ron Ensemble – Middle
Eastern Music, Performance
Series: JMKAC, 608 New York

Ave., Sheboygan, 7:30pm. This
ensemble weaves the music &
dance of opposing ethnic & religious groups in the Middle East
into an inspiring evening. 920-
458-6144

Friday
March 22
Perch Fish Fry: St. John the
Baptist Catholic Church, 116
Pleasant St., Plymouth, 4-7pm.
Homemade desserts, carry-outs
available.
LEGO Club: Elkhart Lake Public Library, 40 Pine Street, 4pm.
Open to children 7-12 years
old. Each month there is a new
theme. 920-876-2554

MAR. 22-23
Railway to Rigor Mortis – Audience Interactive Murder
Mystery: Memories Ballroom,
1077 Lake Dr., Port Washington.
Doors open at 5:45pm. Dinner
and show start at 6:30pm. 262-
284-6850 or www.memoriesballroom.com


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