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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
Café, 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

**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

**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
Narcotics Anonymous – Winning at the End
of the Road: St. Peter’s Church, 2104 Geele
Ave., Sheboygan, 7pm.
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**
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter 1207: Sheboygan
Falls Public Library, 330 Buffalo
St., (lower level meeting room).
Weigh-in 9am. Meeting begins at
9:30am. To car pool from Plymouth
at 8:30am. Call Janice 334-0922
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**
Sheboygan Liberty Coalition: Sheboygan Lutheran High School, 3323
University Dr., Sheboygan, 6:30pm
in room 118. For more information
visit www.sheboyganlibertycoalitioncom Plymouth Toastmasters Club
Meeting: Masters Gallery Foods,
South Building, 411 Cty Rd. PP,
Plymouth, 6:30-8pm. Call Ryan
Theel, 207-9852 for details

**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, www.ssrhospicehome.
org
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 email: 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

NOW-NOV. 16
Crafters Needed: For St. Peter Lutheran Church 11th Annual Holiday
Craft Sale. To be held Nov. 23rd.
Booth size is approximately 8x10.
Applications can be obtained by
calling the church office, 452-4771
or Sally, 457-5252.

MAY 2-SEPT. 26
Master Gardener Volunteers Staff
Horticultural Hotline: Sheboygan
Co. Master Gardener volunteers will
be at the UW-Extension office, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from
1-4pm to answer horticultural calls
or consult in person with homeowners who have questions about yard
and garden care.

MAY 10-18
The Sheboygan Theater Company
Presents – Sweeney Todd: Leslie
W. Johnson Theatre at Horace Mann
Middle School, 2820 Union Ave.,
Sheboygan. May 10-17, 7:30pm.
Sunday, May 12th, 2pm. Call 920-
459-3779 for tickets or online at
www.sheboygantheatrecompany.com

Thursday
May 16

Live Entertainment: Rosetti’s
@ Turner Hall, 202 Elizabeth St.,
Plymouth, 8-11pm. Featuring variety artist, “Jenna Lee Howell.” 920-
400-1138
Parkview Spring Concert: PHS
Auditorium, Plymouth, 7pm.
Amvets City of Elms Memorial
Post 18 Monthly Meeting: Sunny
Ridge H&RC, 3014 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, lower level meeting room,
7pm.
Ladies Night: Blue Harbor. Tray
passed tapas, wine sampling, live

music, great giveaways. Call 920-
452-2900 or visit www.BlueHarbor-
Resort.com
Fiction Book Discussion: Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30pm
in The Loft on the 3rd floor. Featuring
“Orchard: A Novel” by Larry Watson. 459-3400 ext. 3422

MAY 16-17
Nature Storytime – Wild Backyard Neighbors: Ice Age Visitor
Center, off Hwy 67 half mile west
of Dundee, Thursday, 6-7pm. Friday, 9:30-10:30am. Discover what
kinds of creatures are calling your
backyard their home. Best for 3-6
year olds with accompanying adult.
533-8322

MAY 16-18
Bargain Bust-up Sale: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, Thursday,
1-8pm. Friday, Saturday, 9-5pm. In
the Rocca Meeting room. Sale will
be all fiction books including westerns, science fiction, fantasy, mystery, bestsellers and romance. Plus
some DVDs.

Friday
May 17

RSVP Due for Sheboygan After
5 Presents “Say Cheese.” To be
held May 20th, at Fountain Park Restaurant, 922 N. 8th St., Sheboygan,
6:30pm. Feature is Marlene Kammann, Sheboygan County Dairy
Ambassador. Speaker is Deborah
Finley who will speak on “What
Your Future Holds and What You
Can Do to Change It.” Call Maggie,
452-7188 for reservations.
2nd Annual PHS Automotive Technology Class Car Show: In the
parking lot behind the high school,
125 Highland Ave., Plymouth from
9am-6pm. The public is invited to
enter cars as well. Brats and burgers
will be available for purchase. Those
wishing to enter a car, can bring it

anytime during the show. Winners
will be announced at 5:30pm in several categories.
Entertainment: Braun’s Ranch
Supper Club, 291 N. Lincoln St.,
Elkhart Lake. Featuring “Full Moon
Karaoke.” Celebrating Scott & Sharon’s Anniversary. 920-876-2763
Creek Side Garden Tractor Pulls:
Racer’s Hall, W4408 Cty Rd C,
Plymouth, 7pm. Food, beverages,
and free admission. No carry-ins allowed. 920-892-6900

MAY 17-18
Waldo Village Rummage: From
8am-4pm. Flea Market, Brat Fry and
Bake Sale. Maps available at Waldo
Businesses on May 16th.
Annual Spring Concert by the
PAC Singers: Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill Street. 7:30pm. 892-
8409

MAY 17-19
Spring Vintage Weekend: Elkhart
Lake’s Road America, N7390 St.
Rd. 67, Plymouth. Over 300 participants are expected to race in ten separate groups. 800-365-7223 www.
roadamerica.com

Saturday
May 18

Nature Program – Wild Edible &
Medicinal Plants: Kohler-Andrae
State Park, Sheboygan, 2pm. Meet
at the closed gate west of the camp
host site. Hike with John Johnston to
search for these amazing plats found
at Kohler-Andrae. The hike lasts
about an hour. 920-451-4080.
Movie – Close Encounters of the
Third Kind: Weill Center, Sheboygan, 4pm & 7pm. Tickets at the door.
920-208-3243
24th Annual Village of Cleveland
Rummage Sales: From 8am-4pm.
Brat fry by the Cleveland Lions.

Plant sale by the Garden Club. Maps
available at houses, Bondes Quick
Mart and Cleveland State Bank.
Rain or shine. Some are open all
weekend.
Parnell Area Rummage Sales:
From 8am-? Maps available at
Mitchell Town Hall.
9th Annual Black River Community Garage Sales: From 8am-3pm.
Maps, food, refreshments available
at the Black River Advancement
Hall on the corner of Indian Mound
Road and Evergreen Drive.
Two Left Paws – Paws in the Park:
Memorial Park, Howards Grove,
10am-4pm. There will be a pet walk,
brat fry, silent auction, vendors and
fun. For details visit www.twoleftpaws.org or call 920-331-0100
Sheboygan County Humane Society Mobile Adoption: Memorial
Mall, Sheboygan, 11am-3pm. 920-
458-2012
Wine & Dine Date Night: Blue
Harbor Resort. Enjoy a special
5-course tasting menu, live music
and outdoor patio dining (weather
permitting). 920-453-4000 www.
blueharborresort.com
Open House at Indian Mound
Park, Sheboygan: 10am-3pm.
Tours of the Effigy Mounds, Park
brochures’, Artifact display, Exhibit.
This is a free event sponsored by the
Wisconsin Archeological Society.
Park is located on S. 9th St., just south
of Panther Ave. 920-876-3389
Fond du Lac Farmer’s Market: 50
Western Ave., 7am-noon. Over 90
vendors with produce, plants, flowers, baked goods, crafts, arts & more.
920-322-2006
Exploring Nature Program –
Spring Journey: Butler Lake Trail,
off Butler Lake Road east of Division Rd. near Dundee, 10-noon.
Walk along the 3.1-mile Butler Lake
Trail to encounter signs of summer.
Best for 8+ years old. 920-533-8322

Live Entertainment: Wild Shots
Pub, 423 E. Mill St., Plymouth,
9:30pm. Featuring “Last Call
Trio.” No cover charge. www.wildshotspub.com
Scoping the Skies: Maywood Park,
Sheboygan, 8:30-10:30pm. Meet in
the parking area. Bring a scope or
view through the Sheboygan Astronomical Society’s scope. Cloudy
skies may cancel viewing. 459-3906
Language of Nature – Poetry
Reading & Discussion: Maywood
Park, 10am-noon. Bring 1-2 nature
poems to read and discuss. Pre-registration preferred by calling 459-3906
Saturday Morning Bird Walk:
Maywood Park, 3615 Mueller Rd.,
Sheboygan, 7:30am. Free! Meet in
the parking lot. 459-3906
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

MAY 18-19
Work and Play: Wade House
Stagecoach Inn, W7824 Center St.,
Greenbush, 10am-5pm. Help the
Wade House get ready for spring by
planting the gardens, fill straw ticks,
air out quilts, make beds, black the
stove and sweep floors. 526-3271

Sunday
May 19

Spring Piano Recital: Rocky Knoll
Health Care Center, 2pm. Featuring
the MaryAnn Robinson’s Piano Studios. Public is invited.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 3rd
Annual Kids Day Celebration:
312 E. Main St., Plymouth. Service
at 10am. Free family pictures and
lunch. Activities for all ages. Everyone is welcome.
Breakfast With a Veteran – Armed
Forces Weekend: Ladewig-Zinkgraf

American Legion Post 243, 40
Stafford St., Plymouth, 8am-noon.
Colored Target Shoot – 50 Bird
Lewis: Rhine-Plymouth Field and
Stream Sportsmen’s Club, N7135
Highview Rd., Plymouth, 10am-
3pm. 920-918-7979
Jackpot Draw: Braun’s Ranch Supper Club, 291 N. Lincoln St., Elkhart
Lake, 2-6pm. Featuring “Dave Steffen Band.”876-2763 or www.braunsranch.com
Vintage Base Ball Sunday: Wade
House Stagecoach Inn, W7824 Center St., Greenbush, 1:30pm. Cheer
on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team as they defend
their home turf against another historic team, playing by the rules of
1860. Following the game, fans will
be invited to join team members in
a pick-up game. Game is included
in general admission to the Wade
House. 526-3271
Autism Support Group: Tina’s
House, W7966 State Rd. 23, Glenbeulah, 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

MAY 19-20
Auditions for The Youth Theatre Company – “YTC’s Greatest Hits!” Plymouth Art Center,
downtown Plymouth. Sunday 1pm
for ages 8-12, and 5pm for ages
13-adult, and Monday 7:00 for ages
13-adult. A mix of music, stories and
dances from the Youth Theatre Company’s 25-year history.

Monday
May 20
Fairview Spring Concert: PHS
Auditorium, Plymouth, 7pm.
Romance Book Discussion: Mead
Public Library, Sheboygan, 6:30pm.

Featuring “Small Town Girl” by
LaVyrl Spencer. 459-3400 ext. 3422

Tuesday
May 21
Riverview Spring Choral Concert: Riverview Auditorium, Plymouth, 7pm.
Vietnam Veterans of America,
Sheboygan County Chapter 618
Monthly Dinner Meeting: Al &
Al’s, 1502 S. 12th St., Sheboygan
7pm. Installation of officers will be
held. www.vva618.org
Choral Fest Free Choral Registration & Workshop: First Congregational Church, 310 Bluff Ave.,
Sheboygan, 6pm-6:45pm. Training
classes will be from August 11-16
with a concert on Friday, Aug. 16 at
7:30pm. Anyone interested in joining can sign-up by calling 542-2462
or email jbrachsing@gmail.com.
Parent Talk – Big Picture Discipline: FRC, 1500 Douglas Dr.,
Plymouth, 6:30-7:30pm. Discussion on discipline and development.
This is for parents or care providers
for those with children from birth-3
years. 920-892-6706
Great Books Discussion Club:
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan,
6:30pm. Featuring “The Secret
Sharer” by Joseph Conrad. Call 458-
5372 to pre-register.

Wednesday
May 22

Kayak Trip: Camp Y-Koda, Sheboygan Falls, drop your child off at
3pm. After a brief introduction to
the basics, we’ll embark down the
Sheboygan River ending at the Sheboygan Falls YMCA where you can
pick them up at 5:30pm. For ages 10-
14. Pre-registration is required. Call
451-8000 or 467-2464.
PHS Spring Choral Concert: PHS
Auditorium, Plymouth, 7:30pm.
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

Thursday
May 23
“Paul Revere’s Ride” Lakeview

Community Library, 112 Butler St.,
Random Lake, 6:30pm. 920-994-
4825

MAY 23-25
Llama Shearing Days and Bahr
Creek Fiber Open House: N1021
Sauk Trail Rd., Cedar Grove, 10-
5pm. Watch the llamas get their annual haircuts visit the angora goats
and fiber displays. Food available.
FREE! 920-668-6417

Friday
May 24

Weekend Entertainment: Fudgienuckles, 133 W. Main St., Glenbeulah, 8pm-midnight. Featuring “Full
Moon Karaoke.” 920-526-3511
Step Into the Night Hike: Zillmer
Trails Area, off Cty Rd SS between
G and 67 near New Prospect, 8:30-
a0pm. Bring your bug spray and
sense of adventure as we explore the
darkness for nature’s night lights.
Best for families/groups with children 5+ years old. 533-8322
Arthritis & You – Is Hip or Knee
Pain Affecting Your Lifestyle?
Pine Hill Country Club, 4914 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, Dinner at
5:30pm and program from 6-7pm.
Join Prevea Orthopedic provider
Dr. Kirt Dimitris and his team of experts at this FREE seminar to discuss
evaluation and management of hip
and knee arthritis. Pre-registration
required. Call 459-8300 to reserve
your spot.
Live Entertainment: Lake Deck
on the Osthoff’s Resort Lakefront.
Featuring “Jones” from 7-11pm.
876-3366
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

MAY 24-27
Memorial Day Weekend Family Camp: Camp Anokijig, W5639
Anokijig Ln., Plymouth. Check-in
is Friday after 6pm. Departure is
Monday after lunch. Enjoy horse
rides, sailing, arts & crafts, canoeing,
archery, hiking, campfires & more.
The list goes on and on. Call 893-
0782 or visit www.anokigig.com for
details.


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