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1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858

Military Families Connect: 4th
Monday of the month 5:30-7:30pm.
Potluck, meeting, children’s activities & care provided. Registration
is appreciated. 920-892-6706 or by
FRC Drop-in Playgroup: Every
Wednesday, Suite B, 9:30-11:30am.
Free! 920-892-6706

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.
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. 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, nonsmoking. 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@
Waldo Farmer’s Market: New
hours! Saturday, 1-4pm. Memorial
Hall, Hwy 28. 523-6039 for details

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

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

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

Suicide Loss Support Group:
United Way Building, 2020 Erie
Ave, Sheboygan, 7pm. Free & confi

dential self-help group open to
adults. 458-3951

TOPS WI830 (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly): 1429 N. 5th St., Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Use the back parking
lot door. 452-7378
Free Meal: Basement Fellowship
Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
312 E. Main St, Plymouth, 5:30-
6:30pm. Handicap access. 892-
NA Meeting: Redeemer Lutheran
Church, Plymouth. In the Youth
room. Use back door, 7:30pm. 449-
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

Sheboygan & Manitowoc Singles:
Lake Shore Lanes, 2519 Business
Dr., Sheboygan, 7pm. Anyone 40+
is welcome. MaryJane, 920-684-
0004 Email:

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
Live Irish Music: 52 Stafford
Guest House, 52 Stafford St, Plymouth, 7:30-10:30pm. No admission.

“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
& Information Evening Group:
Sharon S. Richardson Community
Hospice. W2850 State Rd 28, Sheboygan Falls, 10:30am-12:00pm.
Everyone welcome Chaplain Nancy
Simenz, 467-1800 Visit for online grief
Sheboygan Sudzzers Homebrew
Club: 8th Street Ale Haus, 7pm. If
you are a home brewer or are interested in brewing beer, please join
COPD Support Group: Lutheran
Church of Our Redeemer, 3027
Wilgus Ave, Sheboygan, 1pm. Beverly Behnke, 698-2263
Amputee Support Group: Rocky
Knoll – West Activity room, 2pm.

Janice, 892-4397

Overeaters Anonymous: Remedy
Reformed Church, 806 N. 8th St.,
Sheboygan, 2pm. No dues, fees, or
weigh-ins. Visit or call
849-4882 for other meetings & information. 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-
GriefShare: Word of Grace Community Church, 6:30-8pm. Support
group to assist the grief process.
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.
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

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
NA Meeting: Aurora Sheboygan

Memorial Medical Center, 2629 N.
7th St., Sheboygan, 7pm. 451-5548

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 23
“Paul Revere’s Ride” Lakeview
Community Library, 112 Butler St.,
Random Lake, 6:30pm. 920-994-

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

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.
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-

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.

May 25

Nature Program – “Rock Collecting as a Hobby”: Kohler-Andrae
State Park, Sheboygan, 2pm. Meet
at Sanderling Nature Center. Join Ed
Mindock for a hands-on approach to
beginning and understanding rock
collecting and locating rocks along
Lake Michigan shores. One hour
family presentation, children must
be accompanied by an adult. No
pets allowed. 451-4080
Rust Bucket Car Show: Silver
Springs Bar & Grill, W6990 Silver
Springs Ln., Plymouth, 2-6pm. Cars
must be able to drive to and from the
show. Then… starting at 8pm “After Hours Band.” 893-9700 www.
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
Meet the Ranger: Mauthe Lake
Recreation Area Beach off Cty Rd
GGG south of SS near New Prospect, 3-4pm. Learn about that they
do and the tools they use.
Summer Saturday Evening
Event – Taste of Nature, Wild
Edibles: Ice Age Visitor Center, off
Hwy 67 half mile west of Dundee,
7-8:30pm. Learn what plants are
safe to eat. Best for those 8+ years
old. 533-8322
Extreme Saturday Morning:
Picnic Shelters at Mauthe Lake
Recreation Area and Long Lake
Recreation Area, 10-11am. This
program involves completing a required number of activities in one
of three age appropriate books (ages
3-5, 6-8, and 9+) to earn a very cool
patch. 533-8322
Saturday Morning Bird Walk:
Maywood Park, 3615 Mueller Rd.,
Sheboygan, 7:30am. Free! Meet in
the parking lot. 459-3906
Entertainment: Braun’s Ranch
Supper Club, 291 N. Lincoln St.,
Elkhart Lake, 8pm. Featuring
“Steve Richards tribute to Neil Diamond. 920-876-2763
Weekend Entertainment: Fudgienuckles, 133 W. Main St., Glenbeulah, 8pm-midnight. Featuring “Dog
House Charlie.” 920-526-3511
Live Entertainment: Lake Deck
on the Osthoff’s Resort Lakefront.
Featuring “Mommy’s Little Monsters” from 7-11pm. 876-3366

MAY 25-26
Drop-in at the Beach –
“Tree”mendous Trees: Saturday,
Mauthe Lake Recreation Area
Beach, off Cty Rd GGG south of SS
near New Prospect, 1-4pm. Sunday,
Long Lake Recreation Area South
Beach, off Division Rd north of F
near Dundee, noon-3pm. Find out
how trees touch almost all parts of
our lives. Adults are encouraged to
participate with their children. 920-

May 26

Dance to the Music: Millhome
Supper Club, Hwy 57, near Kiel,
1-5pm. Featuring the Kingsmen.
Everyone is welcome.
Antique Car Show: Braun’s Ranch
Supper Club, west parking lot. Featuring The Dave Steffen Band. 876-
2763 or
Live Entertainment: Lake Deck
on the Osthoff’s Resort Lakefront.
Featuring “Red Fish” from 2-6pm.

May 27

A.E.L. Post 386 Cascade American Legion Memorial Day Services: Cascade Lion’s Clubhouse,
10am. Guest Speaker, Jerry Hendrickson, Cascade Village Board
Trust. Brat Fry to follow. Sponsored
by the Cascade Lion’s Club.
Memorial Day Program: Greenlawn Memorial Park, Kohler,
11:45am. This year’s guest speaker will be CPT Sean M. Murphy,

Wisconsin Army National Guard.
Please bring your lawn chairs.
Memorial Day Parade: Downtown Plymouth starting at 10am.
The route will run from Mill Street
to Union Cemetery (North Street).

May 28

The Sheboygan Symphony Pres

ents – a Double Brass Information
Event: Farnsworth Middle School,
Sheboygan, 6-8pm. Currently there
are no double brass instructors in
the Sheboygan Area & the new coprincipal wished to generate interest
with our youth.
Horizon Spring Concert: PHS
Auditorium, Plymouth, 7pm.

May 29

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.
Jazz in the Park: Plymouth City
Park, 7pm.
Antique Car Show: Braun’s Ranch
Supper Club, west parking lot. Featuring “Kurt Kane Magic Show” at
6pm. 920-876-2763

May 30

Reception for Dr. Reinke – Plymouth School District Superintendent:

Riverview Middle School
cafeteria, 300 Riverside Circle,
Plymouth, 3-5:30pm. Dr. Reinke is
retiring at the end of the school year.
Free Jolly Pranksters Show:
Plymouth High School Amphitheatre, 7pm. Final show of the season.
Brat Fry & Benefit Auction: Campus Life Family Center, 6426 S.
Business Dr., Sheboygan, 5pm. Brat
Fry & Silent Auction, 6:15pm. Live
Auction. All items to be auctioned
are new! Benefits summer programs
for area youth. 457-2381

May 31
Sheboygan Visual Artists Final Friday- Scapes: EBCO Artworks, 1201 Erie Ave., Sheboygan,
6-10pm. Featuring original art by
Angie Zimmerman, Eric Ortoz,
Raymond Hagerman & Kaidan
Whitehouse. Live music by Cato
Falls. www.SheboyganVisualArtists.
Fab Summer Music: Barefoot
Tiki Bar, 276 Victorian Village Dr.,
Elkhart Lake, 7-11pm. Featuring
“Bar Tab Band.” 920-876-3323
Live Entertainment: Lake Deck
on the Osthoff’s Resort Lakefront.
Featuring “The Abler Boys” from
7-11pm. 876-3366

Amph-Rats Original Play to
Spoof Fairy Tales: Plymouth High
School Amphitheatre, 7pm. An
original play for the public featuring
a comedic variation of a fairy talebased television. Free admission.
Treasures from the Attic Sale:
Holy Cross, St. Cloud, St. Joseph.
Firehouse/Town Hall, 999 Fond du
Lac, St., Mt. Calvary. Friday, 8am-
4pm. Saturday, 8am-2pm. Held in
conjunction with the Mt. Calvary
Village Wide Rummage Sale on
Saturday from 8-2pm.

Kohler Festival of Beer: The
American Club Resort, Kohler.
Enjoy a series of beer-themed activities, signature events good food.
Subway Superbike Doubleheader – Geico Motorcycle AMA
Pro Road Racing: Elkhart Lake’s
Road America, N7390 St. Rd. 67,
Plymouth. This annual two-wheel
celebration draws huge crowds for
a weekend full of doubleheaders
in four racing classes. Other fan
activities include on-site camping,
front-straight drag racing demo &
open karting. 800-365-7223 www.

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