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PLYMOUTH GENERATIONS CENTER ACTIVITIES:

1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858
Tat & Chat: Mondays, 1-4pm.
Dartball: Mondays, 1pm.
Military Families Connect: 4th Monday of the month 5:30-7:30pm. Potluck, meeting, children’s activities & care provided. Registration is appreciated. 892-6706 or KDegner@ frc-sc.org.
One-on-One Computer Help: Tuesdays, 1pm.
Quick-Fit: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:30-9:30am. An exercise program for beginners.
Sheepshead: Tuesdays & Fridays, 1pm.
Plymouth Bird & Nature Club: 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30-8:30pm. Sept. through Nov. and Jan. through April. Bob, 893-5156
Support Group for the Blind & Visually Impaired: Every third Wednesday, 10:30-11:30am.
Ceramics: Wednesdays, 9am.
Make & Take Greeting Cards: Every 4th Wednesday, 1pm. Call 994-4124 for details.
Wii League: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30am.
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. 892-2225 ex. 3512 to register.
FRC Drop-in Playgroup: Every Wednesday, Suite B, 9:30-11:30am. Free! 892-6706

Scrabble: Thursdays, 9:30am.
REGULARLY SCHEDULED EVENTS:
**EVERY SATURDAY**
Saturday Morning Support Groups for Teens & Kids Affected by Another Person’s Use of Alcohol or Drugs: 1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St., Sheboygan, 9:30-10:30am. Please call ahead if possible. For Alateens
or Ala-Kids, call Augie or Beth, 452-5173. www.sheboygancoalateen.weebly.com
Odd Duck Society: Glas Café on Business Drive, Sheboygan, 9-10:30am. All free spirits & serious writers welcome. 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.
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, 9am-3pm. 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. Homegrown fruits & veggies PLUS plants, eggs, cheese & handcrafted items. Weekly Brat Fry! 523-6039
Elkhart Lake’s Farmer & Artisan Market: Downtown Elkhart Lake at the Depot. 8:30am-12:30pm.
Sheboygan Farmers Market: Fountain Park, 8am-2pm. SFMNP, WIC & Foodshare accepted.

**3RD SATURDAY**
Sheboygan County Historical Society “Third Saturdays”: Sheboygan County Historical Museum, 3110 Erie Ave., Sheboygan, 10am-3pm. Learn about our local history through experts, displays, presentations, demonstrations, handouts, videos and hands-on activities. 458-1103

**EVERY SUNDAY**
Al-Anon New Hope: Salem United Church of Christ, corner of Salem & Kensington Ave, Plymouth, 7-8pm., 892-6636.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Post-Partum Mother’s Support Group: Labor of Love Counseling & Education Center, 1020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
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

**EVERY TUESDAY**
Depression & Bipolar Group: Labor of Love Counseling & Education Center, 1020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 10am. Support group for people to come, share & discuss their experiences. 226-9599
Celebrate Recovery: Word of Grace Community Church, 837 Buffalo, Sheb. Falls, 6:30-8pm. www.onlinecelebraterecovery.com
GriefShare: Word of Grace Community Church, 837 Buffalo St., Sheboygan Falls, 6:30-8pm. Support group to assist the grief process. www.wogcc.com
The Welcome Table: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm. Community sponsored meal open to all at no cost. 889-4660
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. Does someone’s drinking bother you? Meeting is open to teens-adults. 893-0745, or 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
Oneighty Youth Service: Word of Grace Community Church, 837 Buffalo, Sheboygan Falls, 6:30pm. www.wogcc.com
Domestic & Sexual Abuse Women’s Group: Labor of Love Counseling & Education Center, 1020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 10am. Support group for people to come, share & discuss their experiences. 226-9599
Living Free Information & Support Groups: Parkview School, Plymouth (child care provided) Offering free Christ-centered 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
Sheboygan Farmers Market: Fountain Park, 10am-6pm. Fresh grown product & flowers to local cheese artisans & bread makers. SFMNP, WIC & Foodshare accepted.

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Addictions (AODA, Sex, Gambling, Etc.) Support Group: Labor of Love Counseling & Education Center, 1020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
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
SCIO Farmer’s Market: Plymouth Generations Center, 1500 Douglas St., noon-5:30pm. SFMNP, WIC & Foodshare accepted.

**1ST & 3RD THURSDAY**
Sheboygan Liberty Coalition: Sheboygan Lutheran High School, 3323 University Dr., Sheboygan, 6:30pm in room 118. 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**
Twisted Sisters – Hub City Chapter: Seranya Studios Art Boutique, 307 E. Mill St., Plymouth, 6:30-8:30pm. A club for those who like any kind of needle work.
“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 Marianne Brandt, 467-7950 or www.ssrhospicehome.org

**EVERY FRIDAY**
FDL Baby Boomers Singles: We meet at a different location each week, 5:30pm. Open to singles ages 40s-60s. Call Sue, 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.

JUNE 27-AUG 22
Summer Love 2014: Maximillian’s, Mount Calvary, 155 Fond du Lac St. Fridays & Thursdays, 8pm. A musical revue about love. 960-9357 or www.pankratzartexchange

Thursday
July 17
Stafford Tuba Quartet: Live outdoor music at Plymouth City Park, Concert 7pm. Park concessions provided by Christian Life Assembly of God.
Five Course Food and Beer Pairing: The Blind Horse Restaurant and Winery, prepared by Chef Goetsch and paired with a locally brewed artisan beer introduced by James Owen from 3 Sheeps. RSVP by calling 920-467-8599.
Wine and Jazz Night: The Blind Horse Restaurant and Winery. Milwaukee, 6pm. Hot Club plays “gypsy jazz”, the music of the late great Django Reinhardt. 920-467-8599
Edu-Date Night: Marriage SOS. Together learn about the 6 stages of Conflict and Resolution. Register online www.great-marriages.org.
SilverWater Production Co. Presents Free Movie Night: Plymouth High School auditorium, 5:30pm. Featuring “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and a few other short SilverWater original films.
Tom Pease Family Concert: Lakeview Community Library, 2pm. Children and Families will enjoy Tom’s infectious sense of fun and community building with movement, sign language, humor and joy. A concert that leaves audiences laughing and singing. 994-4825
Movie: Elkhart Lake Public Library, 7pm, 876-2554.
Board Games: Mead Public Library, 2pm. For teens. 459-3400 ex 3440
Free Wii Drop-in Gaming for Grades 2-6: Mead Public Library, 10am-noon in the Story Garden.
Used Book Sale: Mead Public Library, 9am-5pm. Also featuring paperweights, bookends, jigsaw puzzles & more. 459-3400 ex 3411
Youth Theater Company Presents “Badger Tales” Plymouth Arts Center 7:30pm, 520 E Mill Street, downtown Plymouth. Call 892-8409 for tickets.
Children’s Days at the Farmer’s Market – Paint Stepping Stones:
Generations Center, Plymouth, noon-5:30pm.
Wellness Program – Identity Theft & Senior Scams: Cedar Landing, 101 Cedar Ln., Elkhart Lake, 3:30pm. Open to the public & free! Call 876-4050 to register.
Live Music – Jones: Lake Deck at the Osthoff, Elkhart Lake, 6-9:30pm. 876-3366

JULY 17-18
Nature Storytimes – Long Jumpers (Frogs) Ice Age Visitors Center, N2875 Hwy 67, Campbellsport, Thursday: 6-7pm. Friday: 9:30am-10:30am. Learn some amazing facts about frogs. Best for 3-6 year olds. 533-8322

JULY 17-20
The HAWK with Brian Redman (Vintage Cars): Road America, N7390 St. Rd. 67, Plymouth. Gates open at 7am. 400+ cars racing in groups. A showcase of Historic CAN-AM. Tribute to the Ford Mustang in celebration of the Mustang’s 50th anniversary. 920-892-4576 www.roadamerica.com

Friday
July 18
Comedy Night: Rosetti’s Turner Hall. “Boom Boom” Johnson is an audience favorite. Show time 8:30pm. 920-400-1138
Meet the Ranger: Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Meet at the park amphitheater to learn about a ranger’s duties & the equipment he uses. 451-4080
Free Movie for Teens: Mead Public Library, 2pm. For title information pick up a flyer or call 459-3400 ex 3440
Used Book Sale: Mead Public Library, 9am-5pm. Also featuring paperweights, bookends, jigsaw puzzles & more. 459-3400 ex 3411
Music Under the Stars – Dusty Tracks: De O’Malley’s Pizza Pub, Plymouth, 7-9pm. 892-8485
Mill Street Live: Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., 7:30pm. This show is full of high energy music & dancing! All the greatest hits of your favorite stars such as ABBA, Queen, The Who, Britney Spears plus many others. 892-8409
Jammin’ On the Shore: Deland Park, 715 Broughton Dr., Sheboygan, 4pm-11pm. A day of caring celebration with live music, food, raffles & more!
Live Music – Strawberry Jam Band: Lake Deck at the Osthoff, Elkhart Lake, 7-11pm. 876-3366

JULY 18-19
Relay for Life of Sheboygan County: will be held at the Sheboygan Falls High School on July 18-19. Opening ceremonies start at 6pm. Come for supper to cheer on the teams that are dedicated to finding a cure against cancer. www.relayforlife.org/sheboyganwi

Saturday
July 19
Beginning Gardening Class, Canning and Freezing: Willow Wood Acres, free classes 9-10am. 893-9908
Saturday Morning Nature Sleuths: Picnic shelters at Mauthe Lake Recreation Area and Long Lake Recreation Area. 10-11am. Youth can unravel the mysteries of nature by participating in the Wisconsin Explorers program. Ages 3-9+. Work with a naturalist on activities. 533-8322
Ink Fish Printing: Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, 1-2pm. Meet at the park bathhouse building. Try tehh ancient art of “Gyotaku” (guy-yo-tah-koo) or fish printing. All supplies will be available. 451-4080
Wings & Things: Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, 7pm. Meet at Sanderling Nature Center, 7pm. Meet Jerry Theys, from Wildlife of Wisconsin, a Manitowoc are rehabilitator, for a program using animals such as Sebastian the barn owl & a few of his friends. 451-4080
Free Drop-in Program: Maywood Park, 3615 Mueller Rd., Sheboygan, 9-11pm. Join members of the Sheboygan Astronomical Society for night sky viewing. Cloudy skies may cancel the event.
Americans For Safe Access (ASA) meeting: 820 Indiana Ave., Sheboygan 2pm. ASA and Access Foundation (ASAF) share the mission of ensuring safe and legal access to cannabis (marijuana) for therapeutic uses and research.
safeaccessnow.org
Used Book Sale: Mead Public Library, 9am-1pm. Also featuring paperweights, bookends, jigsaw puzzles & more. 459-3400 ex 3411
Badger Tales: Youth Theatre Company at the Plymouth Arts Center 2pm and 7:30pm, 520 E Mill Street, downtown Plymouth. Tickets available, 892-8409.
Snakes of Wisconsin: Ice Age Visitor Center, 7-8:30pm. You may have the opportunity to meet a few live snakes. 533-8322
Awesome Amphibians & Radical Reptiles: Mauthe Lake recreation area beach, 1-4pm. Meet some snakes, turtles, frogs, toads & salamanders.
Plymouth Dirt Track Racing – Weekly Program Sheboygan Co. Fairgrounds, 229 Fairview Dr., Plymouth. Gates open at 4:30pm. Opening ceremony at 6pmSuper Modifieds Outlaw Compact and Super Mod driver introductions with extended Features. 893-575
Children’s Days at the Farmer’s Market – Paint Stepping Stones: Fountain Park, Sheboygan, 8am-2pm.
Free Outdoor Concert – The Jamies: De O’Malley’s Pizza Pub, Plymouth, 7-9pm
Live Music – Geoff Landon Band: Lake Deck at the Osthoff, Elkhart Lake, 7-11pm. 876-3366
Beginners Gardening Class – Canning & Freezing the Harvest: Willow Wood Acres, N5947 Willow Rd., Plymouth, 9am-10am. Totally organic gardening practices. 893-9908

Sunday
July 20
Vintage Base Ball Sunday: Wade House, W7965 St. Rd. 23, Greenbush, 1:30pm. Cheer on the Greenbush Dead Citys vintage base ball team as they defend their home turf against the Eagle Diamonds of Old World Wisconsin, playing by the rules of 1860. Following the game, fans can join in for some interactive play. 526-3271
Youth Theatre Company Presents “Badger Tales” Plymouth Arts Center 520 E Mill Street, downtown Plymouth. 2pm. Call 892-8409 for tickets
Drop-in at the Beach – Animals of the Forest and City: Long Lake recreation area south beach, noon-3pm. Discover what animals feel as comfortable in the forest as they do in our cities.
Live Music – Burgundy Ties: Lake Deck at the Osthoff, Elkhart Lake, 2-6pm. 876-3366

Monday
July 21
Free Movie for Kids & Families: Mead Public Library, 10am & 1pm. For title information pick up a flyer or call 459-3400 ex 3440
Free Movie for Teens: Mead Public Library, 2pm. For title information pick up a flyer or call 459-3400 ex 3440
Chess in the Park: Firehouse Park on Hwy Y, 6-8pm. Special events, special guests, mini tournaments, private & group lessons available & more! Free!

Tuesday
July 22
Kidney Smart Education Class: DaVita Dialysis. Provides knowledge to take control of chronic kidney disease. 5-6:30pm 1338 N Taylor Drive, Sheboygan. 458-1724
Summer Storytime: Mead Public Library, 9:30 & 10:30am. Today’s theme is “Animal Antics.” Special guest, “Pete the Cat.” 459-3400 ex 3404
Cedar Landing Summer Band Concert Series – Newtonburg Old Time Brass Band: Cedar Landing, 101 Cedar Ln., Elkhart Lake, Food concessions open at 5pm. Concert starts at 6:30-8pm.

JULY 22-AUG. 7
Music Mind Games: Plymouth High School room C103, Tuesday & Thursday’s 12:30-1:30pm. For children entering grades 5-8. Learn music while playing games. 892-5068 or for online pre-registration (required) Plymouth.k12.wi.us/com.html

Wednesday
July 23
Eat, Play, Grow – I Love My Veggies! Above & Beyond Children’s Museum, 902 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, 10am-noon. Tasty seasonal treats, creative crafts fun games & activities. Program is free! 458-4263
Story Time around the Campfire: Kohler-Andrae State Park amphitheater at 6:30pm for an evening story time around the campfire. You may bring roasting sticks and pie irons with your own fixings. Best for children ages
4-10 accompanied by an adult. 920-451-4080
Get Outdoors Club: New Fane Trail Shelter (located off County Line Road east of Kettle Moraine Drive near New Fane), Come for an energizing walk along the 2.4-mile Red Loop trail. 6:30-7:30pm. 533-8322.
History on the Move Series: Cedar Grove Public Library, 131 Van Altena Street. 6-7:30 pm in the library’s meeting room. The topic is The Phoenix Disaster Revisited. 668-6834
Kidney Smart Education Class: DaVita Dialysis. Provides knowledge to take control of chronic kidney disease. 10-11:30am. 1338 N Taylor Drive, Sheboygan. 458-1724
Coffee Hour: Elkhart Lake Public Library, 10am. 876-2554
Affordable Care Act Information/ Enrollment: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 1-5pm. In the Public Conference room. 459-3400 ex 3422
Meet Pete the Cat: Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, 6-7pm. In the Landwehr Children’s Library Center, cameras welcome. 459-3400 ex 3404
Twilight Concert Series – Clete Belin Orchestra: Fountain Park, Sheboygan, 6:30-8:30pm. Enjoy polka & big band moderns.
Musical Show: Victorian Village Theater, Elkhart Lake, doors open at 6:30pm. Musical performance for the entire family. For tickets & information call 877-860-9988


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