Events charging fees or selling items may be included when a display ad is scheduled.

1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858

Support Group for the Blind &
Visually Impaired: Every third
Wednesday, 10:30-11:30am.
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
Plymouth Bird & Nature Club:
2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30-
8:30pm. Sept. through Nov. and
Jan. through April. Call Bob,
FRC Drop-in Playgroup: Every Wednesday, Suite B, 9:30-
11:30am. Free! 920-892-6706
** (March July) **
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.

Women & Men’s Writing Circle: Paradigm Café, 8th & St.
Clair, Sheboygan, 9-10:30am.
All free spirits & serious writers
welcome. Call Kyane, 451-9950 for details &
other area meeting info.
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:

June 1 October 26
Waldo Farmer’s & Flea Market: Memorial Hall, Hwy 28,
8am-4pm. Fresh homegrown
fruits & veggies PLUS plants,
eggs, cheese & handcrafted
items. NEW TO OUR MARKET: A wide variety of Flea
Market Vendors! Weekly Brat
Fry! 523-6039 for details

May 18 October 26
For the Current Only
Manitowoc Farmer’s Market:
Quay Street parking lot, downtown, 8am-2pm. 72+ vendors
selling their wares. Our market
is WIC certified. WIC vendors
display a bright green card.

June 1 October 12
Elkhart Lake’s Farmer & Artisan Market: Downtown Elkhart
Lake at the Depot. 8:30am-

June October31
Sheboygan Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 7am-2pm. Fresh
grown product & flowers to local
cheese artisans & bread makers.

Manitowoc & Sheboygan Singles Breakfast Brunch: Fountain Park Restaurant, 922 N. 8th
St, Sheboygan, 10am. Anyone
40+ is welcome to attend. Mary-
Jane, 920-684-0004 or

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:

Sheboygan County Historical
Society “Third Saturdays”:
Sheboygan County Historical
Museum, 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 10am-3pm. Meet history experts, local history buffs,
and learn about our 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.

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

No meeting in January
Random Lake Garden Club:
Random Lake Community Library, 112 Butler St, 7pm. Call
Pat, 994-9386 for details.

Suicide Loss Support Group:
United Way Building, 2020 Erie
Ave, Sheboygan, 7pm. Free &
confidential self-help group
open to adults. 458-3951

Odd Duck Society: Paradigm
Café, 8th & St. Clair, Sheboygan,
6:30-8pm. Come dabble in words
and ideas. Call LakeMusic Studio, 920-451-9950 for details.
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
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 Singles Connection
Monthly Meeting: Odyssey Fun
Center, 100 Hamann Dr., Sheboygan Falls, 7pm. 208-0597 or

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

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

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:

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
Job Seekers Networking
Group: United Way, 2020 Erie
Ave., Sheboygan, 6pm. Participate in the sharing of ideas,
presentations, activities & open
discussions. Free! 920-458-3784 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

June October31
Sheboygan Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 10am-6pm. Fresh
grown product & flowers to local
cheese artisans & bread makers.

Clutter to Comfort Support
Group: Clutter to Comfort office, W2485 Ourtown Rd., Sheboygan Falls, 6:30-8pm. Registration required. For details call
Pamela Hertel, 946-5622 or
Vollrath Retirees Breakfast
Club: Fountain Park Restaurant,
Sheboygan, 9am. 920-457-5335

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.

“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, 920-467-1800 Visit
Sheboygan Sudzzers Homebrew Club: 8th Street Ale Haus,
7pm. If you are a home brewer
or are interested in brewing beer,
please join us!
Amputee Support Group:
Rocky Knoll – West Activity
room, 2pm. Janice, 892-4397

TOPS Chapter 1532 Plymouth: Generations in Plymouth,
Weigh in 3:50pm; Meeting at
4:10pm. Call Lori for more info
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.

June 26-Oct. 17
SCIO Farmer’s Market: Plymouth Generations Center, south
parking lot, 1500 Douglas St.,
Plymouth, noon-5:30pm.

Sheboygan Liberty Coalition: Sheboygan Lutheran High
School, 3323 University Dr.,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm in room
118. For more information visit
Plymouth Toastmasters Club
Meeting: Masters Gallery
Foods, South Building, 411 Cty
Rd. PP, Plymouth, 6:30-8pm.
Call Ryan Theel, 207-9852 for

“Cup of Hope” Grief Support & Information Evening
Group: Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice. W2850
State Rd 28, Sheboygan Falls,
6-7:30pm. For details and other
meetings call Chaplain Nancy
Simenz, 467-1800 or visit online
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

Kohler’s Farmer’s Market:
Woodlake Rd. just north of
Woodlake Market, 11am-5pm.

***2ND FRIDAY***
Free Community Supper &

Open Mic: Wesley United
Methodist Church, 823 Union
Ave., Sheboygan, 5pm. Come if
you like to sing, play, listen or
just like soup! 458-4889

Name the Snakes Contest:
Kohler Andrae State Park, Sheboygan. For children ages 5-12.
Stop by the Nature Center and
pick up an entry form. Pick a
girl’s name and a boy’s name for
the two garter snakes that have
recently moved into Sanderling
Nature Center. Call 451-4085
between 12:30 & 4:30pm.

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.

Crafters Needed: For St. Peter
Lutheran Church 11th Annual
Holiday Craft Sale. To be held
Nov. 23rd. For application, call,
452-4771 or Sally, 457-5252.

August 22

Summer Saturday Evening
Event – Whoopers and Sandhills, Wisconsin’s Cranes: Ice
Age Visitor Center, off Hwy
67. Half mile west of Dundee,
7-8:30pm. Staff will share facts
about their life histories, habits
& what people can do to help
them. Best for 8+ years old. 533-
Outdoor Adventure - Explore
the Red Oaks of Greenbush:
Meet in the Greenbush Kettle
Parking Lot, off Kettle Moraine
Dr. between Hwy 67 & Cty. Rd.
T. near Greenbush, 6:30-8pm.
We’ll carpool to the State Natural Area. Learn how the forest
is being managed & explore for
plants & animals. Best for 12+
years old. 920-533-8322
Summer Ballroom Dance Party: JMKAC, Sheboygan, 5-8pm.
Dance to a fox-trot, swing, salsa, tango or waltz. Watch dance
demonstrations and exhibitions.
Mix it up with other dancers.
For tickets call 920-694-4524 or

August 23
Live Music- Button Box Music with Jim Melis: Weimann’s
Sports Center, 4604 S. Business
Dr, Sheboygan, at the circle,
6-8:30pm. Plus Polkas, Waltzes,
Oldies, Country, A little Australian, and a lot of foolishness.
Sheboygan Visual Artists –
Original Art for Everyone Sale
Finale: EBCO Artworks, 1201
Erie Ave. Sheboygan, 4-8pm.
You can own a Small Works
(8x10) original creation by purchasing a claim ticket at Community Bank & Trust, Bookworm Gardens, SVA members,
our website, SheboyganVisual- Turn in your claim
ticket at the finale. Free admission, affordable art, free snacks,
drinks for sale.
Tweed Funk: Thelma Sadoff
Center for the Arts, 51 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac. Bar opens
at 7pm. Show at 8pm. 2013
WAMI winners for Male Vo

calist and Bass Player. Tweed
Funk has performed at numerous
blues festivals & is a regular at
the House of Blues in Chicago.
Fab Summer Music: Barefoot
Tiki Bar, 276 Victorian Village Dr., Elkhart Lake, 7-11pm.
“Kate Scullin.” 920-876-3323
Live Entertainment: Lake
Deck on the Osthoff’s Resort
Lakefront. Featuring “The Abler
Boys” 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

AUG. 23-25
Moosefest: Smiling Moose Saloon & Grill, 10731 State Rd. 42,
Newton, Friday, Saturday, 11am-
10pm. Sunday, 8am-10pm. Free
camping, parade, bands, raffles,
silent auction, fireworks, pig &
corn roast, kids tent & much,
much more. 920-726-4311

August 24

Genetically Modified Foods:
Generations Center, 1500 Douglas Dr., Plymouth,6:30pm. Genetically modified foods (GM foods)
do not have to be labeled as such
in Wisconsin. This controversy is
discussed in the movie “Genetic

Roulette.” There is great public
concern about possible health
risks & government risks.
Hope for Hooves 4th Annual
Fundraiser for Amazing Grace
Equine Sanctuary: W4985 Cty.
Rd. FF, Elkhart Lake, noon-5pm.
Animal rescue exhibitors, pony
rides, live music, silent auction,
arts & crafts vendors, food & beverages.
1st Annual Sheboygan County
Road Tour & Challenge: Challenge kicks off at Final Approach
Restaurant, 9am. There will also
be a car show starting at 10am.
A Taste of Sheboygan starting at
11am. This event is a series of
challenges at local businesses
throughout Sheboygan County.
Registration starts at 8am. All
day fun fair for the kids. Raffles,
and live band starting at 6pm.
Whoopers & Sandhills – Wisconsin’s Cranes: Ice Age Visitor Center, off Hwy 67 half mile
west of Dundee, 7-8:30pm. 533-
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
Plymouth Dirt Track Racing
– Weekly Program: Sheboygan
County Fairgrounds, 229 Fairview

Dr., Plymouth. Gates open
at 4:30pm. Opening ceremonies
begin at 6pm.
Fab Summer Music: Barefoot
Tiki Bar, 276 Victorian Village
Dr., Elkhart Lake, 7-11pm. Featuring “Aaron Williams & the
Hoodoo.” 920-876-3323
Live Entertainment: Lake
Deck on the Osthoff’s Resort
Lakefront. “Red Fish” 7-11pm.

AUG. 24-25
Get Outdoors! Play Day: Saturday, Mauthe Lake Recreation
Area Beach. Off Cty Rd. GGG,
south of Cty. Rd SS. Near New
Prospect, 1-4pm. Sunday, Long
Lake Recreation Area South
Beach. Off Division Rd. North
of Cty. Rd. F. Near Dundee,
noon-3pm. Try your hand at
tracking animals, honing your
fishing skills, take the eco-explorer challenge, create nature
art & more. Fun for the whole
family. 920-533-8322

August 25

Fond du Lac Coin Club Annual Convention & Coin Show:
Holiday Inn, 625 West Rolling Meadows Dr., Fond du Lac,
9am-4pm. Dealers from across
the Midwest will be available
to buy, sell or trade coins, gold,
silver, paper money, and tokens.
No admission fee, free appraisals

and door prizes.
27th Annual KMCC Custom
Car Show: Sheboygan’s lakefront South Pier. Includes cars,
trucks and vans. There will be
door prizes, and more. www.
Fun Day on the Farm: Villa
Loretto Nursing Home, Mt. Calvary. Polka Mass at 10:30am.
Following the mass will be a
lunch, crafts and gift shop. Fun
for all ages with a cash raffle,
clowns, obstacle course, basketball competition, cherry pit spit
contest, pony rides, petting zoo,
“Holyland’s got Talent” contest,
and more!
Fab Summer Music: Barefoot
Tiki Bar, 276 Victorian Village
Dr., Elkhart Lake, 4:30-8:30pm.
Featuring “Roots Collective.”
Live Entertainment: Lake
Deck on the Osthoff’s Resort
Lakefront. Featuring “Rosetti &
Wigley” from 2-6pm. 876-3366
53rd Annual Arts & Crafts
Fair: Wade House Historic
Stagecoach Inn, W7824 Center
St., Greenbush, 9am-4pm. Vendors, artisans & craftspeople
from across the Midwest will
be selling their wares at one of
the most popular & longstanding
fairs of its kind. Baskets, grapevine wreaths, paintings, furniture, rugs & more. 526-3271

August 26

Team Maywood – Monday
Night Ride: Weekly ride for
registered Team Maywood participants, 6:30pm. Yoga to follow some rides. For information
or to register, call 920-459-3906
Quizmaster Trivia: Antonios,
18 W. Mill St., Plymouth, 7pm.
Prizes for 1st and 2nd place. 920-

August 28
Classic Car Show: Braun’s
Ranch Supper Club, 291 N. Lincoln St., Elkhart Lake, 4-9pm.
Get Outdoors Club: Meet at the
Ice Age Visitor Center, off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee,
6:30pm. We’ll be walking the
3-mile Yellow/Red Loops at the
Zillmer Trails. 533-8322
Twilight Concert Series: Fountain Park, Sheboygan, 6:30-
8:30pm. Featuring The Sheboygan Pops Concert Band.

August 29

AUG. 29-SEPT. 2
Sheboygan County Fair: 229
Fairview Dr., Plymouth. Five
days of affordable family fun.
Lumberjack show, Chainsaw
sculpting, Animals, Live music,
Food, Games, Rides, everything
you’d expect at a fair and more.

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