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

Little Learner’s Play Group:
Meets every first & fourth
Wednesday of the month. For
ages 2½-4 and their parents from
10-11:30am. Space is limited.
Call 892-2225 ext. 3512 to register. 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
AA Meeting: Aurora Sheboygan
Memorial Medical Center 2629
N. 7th St., Sheboygan, 10:30am.
Introduction Group Conf. Room
A, non-smoking.
Camo Quilt Project: 439 Factory St., Plymouth, 9-3am. Quilts
are donated to soldiers. Volunteers are needed. Linda, 627-
3460 or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com
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
Sheboygan Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 7am-2pm. Fresh
grown product & flowers to local
cheese artisans & bread makers.

**3RD SATURDAY**
Sheboygan County Historical
Society “Third Saturdays”:
Sheboygan County Historical
Museum, 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan,

10am-3pm. Meet history
experts, 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. Kathy, 208-
0597.

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

**1ST & 3RD MONDAY**
Sheboygan Toastmaster 2121:
Festival Foods Upper Conference
Room (Elevator Access), 595 S.
Taylor Dr., Sheboygan, 6-8pm.
Dave 458-0896

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

**EVERY TUESDAY**
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
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.
TOPS WI830 (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly): 1429 N. 5th St., Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Use the back
parking lot door. 452-7378
Free Meal: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern Ave.,
Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm. 889-
4660
NA Meeting: Redeemer Lutheran Church, Plymouth. In
the Youth room. Use back door,
7:30pm. 449-5071

Narcotics Anonymous: Right
Way Club, 4627 S. 12th, Sheboygan, 10am.
Narcotics Anonymous – Winning at the End of the Road: St.
Peter’s Church, 2104 Geele Ave.,
Sheboygan, 7pm.
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, Sandi, 286-0008

**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: Parkview
School, Plymouth (child care
provided) Offering free Christcentered help to overcome or
avoid life controlling problems.
207-3665 or 892-4080
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! 458-3784
Wednesday Winners Al-Anon
Meeting: 1907 Club, 2908 N.
21st St., Sheboygan, 9:30am.
Call Linda, 457-8371
Live Irish Music: 52 Stafford
Guest House, 52 Stafford St,
Plymouth, 7:30-10:30pm. 893-
0552
Sheboygan Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 10am-6pm. Fresh
grown product & flowers to local
cheese artisans & bread makers.

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Twisted Sisters – Hub City
Chapter: Seranya Studios Art
Boutique, 307 E. Mill St., Plymouth, 6:30-8:30pm. A club for
those who like to knit or crochet,
or any kind of needle work.
Overeaters Anonymous: Remedy Reformed Church, 806 N. 8th
St., Sheboygan, 2pm. No dues,

fees, or weigh-ins. For other
meetings & information call 849-
4882 or visit
www.oa.org
TOPS Chapter 1532 Plymouth:
Generations in Plymouth, Weigh
in 3:50pm; Meeting at 4:10pm.
Call Lori for more info 979-4102
Blood Drive: Red Cross office,
2032 Erie Ave, Sheboygan, 11-
5pm. Make an appointment, or
drop in. 457-7739
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
FRC Drop-in Playgroup: Family Resource Center, 2508 S. 8th
St, Sheboygan, 9:30-11:30am.
Free! 457-1888

**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. For
details and other meetings call
Chaplain Nancy Simenz, 467-
1800 or 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, 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
www.fdlbabyboomers.com
NA Meeting: Aurora Sheboygan
Memorial, 2629 N. 7th St., Sheboygan, 7pm. 451-5548
Kohler’s Farmer’s Market:
Woodlake Rd. just north of
Woodlake Market, 11am-5pm.

Thursday
October 17

Free Alaska Tour Night: Personalized Tours, Inc. Waldo, 5-7pm.
Video on Alaska, tour presentation, refreshments. Reservations
appreciated. 528-7600
Ladies Nite Out – A Chocolate
Affaire: Downtown Sheboygan
Falls, 5-9pm. In-store specials
and drawings, dinner & drink
specials, Salon services, Free
limousine rides, raffle, Pink Lady
contest. Pre-register at CMS office, 504 Broadway to be eligible
for a tote bag & a chance to win
a $100 CMS gift certificate. 920-
467-6206
Travel Showcase 2014: Altona
Supper Club, New Holstein,
10am. Mayflower Tours & Tri
County Tours will be presenting
tours & offering discounts on
Spring Specials. For reservations
call 898-5532 or 418-1252
Wine Dinner: Lola’s, Elkhart
Lake, 7pm. Exclusive wine dinner with George Foote, National
Wine Educator of Ste. Michelle
Wine Estates. Topics will include
vineyard locations, grape varieties and winemaking techniques.
Event includes wine followed by
5 courses with paired wines. 876-
5840 or www.lolasonthelake.com
AMVETS, City of Elms Memorial Post 18 Monthly Meeting:
Lower level meeting room at
Sunny Ridge H&HC, 3014 Erie
Ave., Sheboygan, 7pm. Jim, 893-
0400
2nd Session of Fiction Book Discussions: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm. In The Loft
(3rd floor). Feature will be “Humboldt’s Gift” by Saul Bellow.
459-3400 ext. 3422
Little Listeners: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 9:30 &
10:30am. In the Story Garden.
Featuring stories & finger plays.
459-3400 ext. 3404

Sundown Storytime: Mead Public Library, 6:30pm. In the Story
Garden. Stories, finger plays &
activities. 459-3400 ext. 3404
Drop-in Computer Help for Beginners: Mead Public Library,
1-2pm. In The Loft (3rd floor).
Free personal help in learning to
use a computer, the Internet or ebook downloads. 459-3400 ext.
3422
Bethany Christian Services
Free Informational Meeting
Regarding Domestic & International Adoption: Sheboygan
Ev. Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St.,
Sheboygan, 6:30-8:30pm. Call
920-923-6577 to register.
Caregivers Connect - Family Dynamics… Things Aren’t
Like They Used to Be: Sheboygan County Aging & Disability Resource Center, 1:30-3pm.
Open to family caregivers only.
Call 467-4100 to pre-register.

OCT. 17-18
Nature Storytime – What’s For
Lunch? Ice Age Visitor Center,
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee, Thursday, 6-7pm. Friday, 9:30am-10:30am. Find out
what’s on the lunch menu for the
wild animals of Kettle Moraine.
Best for 3-6 year olds with adult.
533-8322

Friday
October 18

Live Entertainment - Full
Moon Karaoke: Fudgienuckles,
133 W. Main St., Glenbeulah,
8pm-midnight. 920-526-3511
Friday Night Movie: The Weill
Center, 826 N. 8th St., Sheboygan,
4pm & 7pm. Featuring “Young
Frankenstein.” 920-208-3243

OCT. 18-19
“Dracula” the Play: Plymouth
Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St.,
7:30pm. Recommended for adults
only. Tickets sold in advance or
at the door. 920-892-8409
Church Rummage Sale: Our
Savior’s Lutheran Church, 917
Mead Ave., Sheboygan, Friday,
1-5pm. Saturday, 8am-3pm. Bake
sale and Brat fry both days.
Halloween Nature Hikes: Long
Lake Recreation Area, off Division Rd. North of Cty Rd. F, near
Dundee, 6:30-9:30pm. This is
NOT a scary hike. Guided hikes
leave every 6-minutes with the
last one leaving at 8:30pm. You
can also play some games, make
a craft or snack by the campfire.

May be cancelled due to weather.
533-8322

Saturday
October 19

Snakes of Wisconsin: Kohler-
Andrae State Park, Sheboygan.
Meet at Sanderling Nature Center, 11am. Learn to identify different snakes. Participants will be
welcome to touch, hold or photo
animals after questions. 451-
4080
1st Annual Sunflower Festival
of Fine Arts & Crafts: RCS Empowers – Commons, 1607 Geele
Ave., Sheboygan, 9am-4pm. Featuring paintings, pottery, jewelry,
many unique items. Raffles and
lunch counter.
Breast Cancer Fundraiser: The
Other Place, Broadway Ave.,
Sheboygan Falls, 3-8pm. DJ from
4-8pm. Food, raffle & silent auction.

Coin & Stamp Show: Sheboygan Falls Municipal Hall, 375
Buffalo St., 9am-3:30pm. Coins,
stamps, postcards, tokens, paper
money, books & supplies. Free
admission, food & refreshments
sold all day. Free Parks quarter
with non-perishable food item to
be donated to local food pantry.
Family Swim: Plymouth High
School, 2:30pm. Come early. If
there are not enough participants
the pool may close.
Hearthside Dinner: Wade
House Historic Stagecoach Inn,
W7965 St. Rd. 23, Greenbush,
11am-3pm. Guests participate in
a special Hearthside Dinner program of the 1860s as they work
together to prepare a meal in the
kitchens of Wade House. After,
participants will enjoy the delicious meal they prepared. Reservations required. 920-526-3271
Wild Rumpus Readers: Bookworm

Gardens, 1415 Campus
Dr., Sheboygan, 10:30am. This
new readers’ theater group will
perform. Call 920-287-7895 for
details.

OCT. 19-20
Road America Garage Sale:
8am-2pm. Enter at gate 6 for a
wristband. Amazing deals on
everything from apparel to race
parts, tires and more! Call 800-
365-7223 for details.

Sunday
October 20

Garlic Planting Time: Above &
Beyond Children’s Museum, 902
N. 8th St., Sheboygan, 1-2pm.
Keep those vampires away by
planting some garlic in the community gardens! Get a free pair
of vampire fangs when finished.

Free with paid admission. 458-4263
Health Fair: St. Mark Lutheran Church,
1019 N. 7th St., Sheboygan, 10-11:30am.
Featuring FREE home baked goodies &
refreshments! FREE chair massage &
FREE blood pressure screenings. Receive
information, meet the bomb and narcotic
sniffing K-9 dogs & more!
Free Canoe & Kayak Trip on the Sheboygan River: 1pm-3:30pm. Canoes or
kayaks, paddles & lifejackets are provided. Register in advance by calling Camp
Y-Koda at 467-6882.
24th Annual Chicken Bar-B-Q Dinner:
Lions Clubhouse, E. Water St., Cascade,
11am-3pm. Raffles & refreshments all
day! Packer party to follow!
End-of-Life Decision-making: Sheboygan Evangelical Free Church, 1710 N. 15th
St., Sheboygan in the MPR. Topics include
death, comfort care & relational matters.
Medical case studies will be presented
with questions & answers session. Along
with resource materials. 452-6520
Autism Support Group: Tina’s House,
W7966 St. 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
Email
traviswick@yahoo.com or 889-3207, or
Cassandra Trott, 838-0192

Monday
October 21

PHS Fall Choral Concert, “When You
Believe” – PHS Auditorium, 7:30pm.
After Hours Jewelry Extravaganza: Allechant Boutique, 217 E. Mill St., Plymouth, 5:30-8:30pm. Beverages, Hors
d’Oeuvers, Specials, Drawings & Door
prizes. 893-9888
Free Natural Health Class: North-
Shore Gathering, Sheboygan.
Just west of Memorial Mall, 7-9
pm.
Claudia Bricks, ND, will be the guest
speaker. Her topic will be “Healing Diabetes – Type 2 & Type 3 (Alzheimer’s).”
457-0525 or www.sheboygannaturalhealth.com

Tuesday
October 22

RSVP Due for Grief Education Series:
To be held Oct. 24-Nov. 7th, Sharon S.
Richardson Community Hospice, W2850
St. Rd. 28, Sheboygan Falls, 6:30-8:30pm.
This is a 3-part educational series. To preregister call Nancy Simenz, MTS, 467-
7950
Distribution of Coats from “Coats for
Kids” Drive: The Salvation Army, 710
Pennsylvania Ave, Sheboygan, 2-6pm.

Wednesday
October 23
Preschool Storytime: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 9:30 & 10:30am. The
theme is “A Trip to Outer Space.” 459-
3400 ext. 3404
Free Wii Drop-in Gaming: Mead Public
Library, 3:15-5pm. In the Story Garden.
For grades 3-6.
Distribution of Coats from “Coats for
Kids” Drive: The Salvation Army, 710
Pennsylvania Ave, Sheboygan, 9am-1pm.
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. 876-2554

Thursday
October 24

Plymouth Woman’s Club Open House
Membership Event: Seranya Studios Art
Boutique, Plymouth, 7pm. Meet the Plymouth Woman’s Club and make a piece of
wearable art. Bring your own 100% cotton
T-shirt or other clothing item, washed but
no fabric softener. Enjoy decadent desserts
and find out what PWC is all about.
Backyard Beekeeping: Mead Public Library, 6:30pm. Variety of topics including:
The history of beekeeping, basic honeybee
biology, tools of the trade & how to start.
459-3400 ext. 3422
Little Listeners: Mead Public Library,
Sheboygan, 9:30 & 10:30am. In the Story
Garden. Featuring stories & finger plays.
459-3400 ext. 3404
Sundown Storytime: Mead Public Library, 6:30pm. In the Story Garden. Stories, finger plays & activities. 459-3400
ext. 3404
Drop-in Computer Help for Beginners:
Mead Public Library, 1-2pm. In The Loft
(3rd floor). Free personal help in learning
to use a computer, the Internet or e-book
downloads. 459-3400 ext. 3422


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