Calendar

Program: 3-4pm Grades 1 to 5
are invited to join us for songs,
activities, snacks and Bible
lessons. Fountain Park United
Methodist Church. 828 Erie
Ave. Sheboygan. 920-452-1319
Baby and Toddler Storytime:
9:30-9:50am For ages 1-3.
Plymouth Public Library. 130
Division St. 892-4416
Preschool Storytime: 10-
10:45am For ages 3-5, but all
are welcome. Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St.
892-4416

**2ND WEDNESDAY**
9156 V.F.W Auxiliary
Meeting: 552 S. Evans Ave.,
Sheboygan, 6pm. Janet, 912-
4578
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. 395-2575.

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club – Evening: Seranya
Studios, Plymouth, 10:30am-
12:30pm. Free! Bring your
projects. Bring a snack and
beverage. Bring some friends.
Call 893-9000 to register.
Celebrate Recovery: St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 730 Cty. Rd.
PPP, Sheboygan Falls, Entrance
4, 6:30-8:30pm. 467-6449
GriefShare Evangelical Free
Church, 1710 North 15th
St, Sheboygan, 6:30-8pm. A
support group for those grieving
the loss of a loved one. 452-
6520.
Addictions (AODA, Sex,
Gambling, Etc.) Support
Group: Labor of Love
Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
Smart Recovery Support
Group: Seek Support For
Alcohol/Drugs/ or Any Self-
Destructive Behaviors. 1907
Club, 2908 N. 21 St. Sheboygan,
6-7:30pm. Cindy 207-1482
TOPS Chapter 1532
Plymouth: Generations in
Plymouth, Weigh in 4:15pm;
Meeting at 4:30pm. Call Susan
920-624-1006
Blood Drive: Red Cross, 2032
Erie Ave, Sheboygan, 11-5pm.
457-7739
Seekers of Serenity Alcoholics
Anonymous Campfire
Meeting: Trinity UM Church,
425 Lyndon St, Waldo. Use
lower entrance, 7pm. 528-7024.
Go to any Length Group
Alcoholics Anonymous:
10-11am Plymouth Alliance
Church, 1203 Fairview Dr.
Plymouth. 920-893-5525
Tech Thursdays: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 11am-2pm.
Need help with downloading
an ebook from Overdrive or an

emagazine from Zinio? Need
help getting started using your
new tablet or finding out about
our databases. Can’t come on
Thursday, call and make an
appointment. 920-876-2554
Above & Beyond Karaoke:
4-5pm. Hey kids meet us in the
Recording Studio to sing cool
tunes and move to the groove.
902 N 8th St. Sheboygan. 920-
458-4263

**1ST & 3RD THURSDAY**
Sheboygan Liberty
Coalition: Sheboygan
Lutheran High School, 3323
University Dr., Sheboygan,
6:30pm in room 118. www.sheboyganlibertycoalitioncom

**2ND THURSDAY**
Free Meal for Everyone: St.
Luke United Methodist Church,
7th & Ontario Ave., Sheboygan,
11:30am-12:30pm. 458-3461
Widow/Widower’s Monthly
Meeting: Fountain Park Steak
House, Sheboygan, cocktails:
5pm; dinner: 6pm. 627-5020

**EVERY FRIDAY**
Samaritan’s Hand, Inc.
AODA Support Meeting: New
Life Church, 601 Eastern Ave.,
Plymouth. Doors open at 6pm.
Meeting starts at 6:30pm and
lasts as long as needed. 254-
6922 or www.samaritanshand.org
NA Meeting: Aurora
Sheboygan Memorial, 2629 N.
7th St., Sheboygan, 7pm. 451-
5548

**2ND FRIDAY**
Free Community Meal:
Wesley United Methodist
Church, 823 Union Ave.,
Sheboygan, 5 pm. Handicap
accessible from alley. www.
wesleyumcsheboygan.com
458-4889.

MAR 2-5
PHS Spring Musical--On
The Town: 7:30pm Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. 2pm
on Sunday. This jazzy and
energetic musical takes place
in New York City and tells the
story of three sailors with a 24
hour leave in The Big Apple.
PHS auditorium. 920-893-6911

Thursday
March 2

Rowdy Red-wings Nature
Storytime: 6-7pm Ice Age
Visitor Center (located of Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee)
The red-winged blackbirds
are back! This hour of nature
fun awaits 3-6 year olds with
accompanying adult.

Friday
March 3

Rowdy Red-wings Nature
Storytime: 9:30-10:30am Ice
Age Visitor Center (located
of Hwy 67 half mile west
of Dundee) The red-winged

blackbirds are back! This hour
of nature fun awaits 3-6 year
olds with accompanying adult.
Acoustic Open Mic: Door will
open at 6pm, with the open
mic beginning at 7pm. Bring
whatever acoustic instrument
you play and your favorite
songs to share. Whether you
are a musician or just like to
listen, you will enjoy this casual
evening of diverse music and
styles. The event is free and
open to the public. Visitors
may bring a snack or dessert to
share. Plymouth Arts Center,
520 E. Mill 920-892-8409

MAR 3-4
The Case of the Malted
Falcon:
5:45 Cocktails, 6:30 Dinner
Show to follow. Fun Interactive
Murder Mystery. Private Eye,
Sam Club is in hot chocolate –
er hot water, when the priceless
edible chocolate sculpture he’s
guarding is stolen while it’s
being transported by train to
the Gallery of Amazingly Great
Art (GAGA) in New York City.
Who’s the thief? Memories
Ballroom. 1077 Lake Drive,
Port Washington. 262-284-
6850.

Saturday

March 4

Life Studies with Lori
Beringer. 10:30-4:30 with 1
hour lunch break. Novices and
Artists alike will appreciate
this unique opportunity to
experience this day long series

of life study open studio. Ages
18 and older. Plymouth Arts
Center 920-892-8409
Hawk & Migration Watch:
7:30-10:30am Free. Expert
birder Seth Cutright will
lead participants in viewing
primarily form the Ecology
Center South Deck. Instruction
in identification techniques
provided. Maywood
Environmental Park 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 920-
459-3906
Bluebird Monitor Training:
1:30pm Become a Bluebird
monitor for Maywood or learn
how to attract bluebirds to your
yard. Join Ellen Klusmeier
and David Kuckuk as they go
through the process of setting up
a bluebird trail, monitoring the
nest boxes and documenting the
results. Indoor/outdoor program.
Maywood Environmental Park.
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
920-459-3906
Adoption Support Group:
8:30-10:30am. This group
supports pre-adoptive, adoptive,
foster and kinship parents, legal
guardians and grandparents

raising grandchildren. Word of
Grace Community Church, 837
Buffalo St. Sheboygan Falls.
Call Joanne Peterson at 920-
587-7028.
6th Annual Casino Night:
Doors open for lunch at 5pm.
Gaming from 6-9. All proceeds
will again be donated to local
charities. Entertainment is
provided by the Kiel Lion’s
Club. Texas Hold’em, Craps,
Black Jack and Roulette. Lots
of prizes, silent auction, live
auction, meat raffles. Local 833
UAW. Emil Mazey Hall, 5425
Superior Ave. Sheboygan 920-
458-2173
10th Annual Casino Night:
Sheboygan Falls Lions Club.
Doors open at 5pm. Buffet at
6pm. Gaming starts at 7pm.
Raffles, silent auction. The
Village at 170. 170 Rangeline
Rd. Kohler. Call Al Mayer
at 920-889-8459 or Brandon
Suemnicht at 920-254-9561
Taste of Greece: 11am-
6pm Gyros, Spinach Pie,
Shishkabob, Baklava, Carry
out’s available. Cooking Demos
2-4:20pm Costumed Folk
Dancers 1-3:30pm. Breaking
Bread, 6451 S. Business Dr.
Sheboygan. 920-457-4500
Local 833 6th Annual Casino

Night: Doors open at 5pm,
Gaming from 6-9pm. Texas
Hold ‘em, Craps, Black Jack,
Roulette. Raffles, Live Auction.
Emil Mazey Hall, 5425 Superior
Ave, Sheboygan.
Dr. Seuss Carnival: In
celebration of Dr. Seuss’
birthday, the Plymouth Public
Library will host an open-house
from 9:30am-12pm for kids of
all ages. Games, crafts, birthday
treats will be available. 920-
892-4416 ext.108.
Winnebagoland Conservation
Alliance’s Sportsman’
Rummage Sale: 8am-2pm.
New and used hunting, fishing,
trapping, camping equipment
and more. Cow Palace at
the Fond du lac County
Fairgrounds. More information
contact Dave at 920-922-2373.

Sunday
March 5

Howards Grove Rod and
Gun Club Annual Smelt
Fry: 10am. All you can eat
deep fried smelt with French
fries, coleslaw, bread & butter
and a wide variety of desserts.
Take outs available. Klemme’s
Wagon Wheel corner of Hwy32
and CTH A. Contact Dan
Redman 920-694-3050.

Super Sunday Cook-off:
11am-2pm. All you can sample.
All proceeds will go to The
Gathering Place and Memory
Matters. St. Paul Lutheran
Church, 730 County Road PPP,
Sheboygan Falls, 920-467-6449
33rd Annual Elkhart Lake
Lions Club Cerebral Palsy
Silent Auction and Brat Fry:
10am-4pm Auction items
include Autographed sports
items, golf packages, hotels &
camping, dinner certificates and
much more. Anchor Lanes, 230
Lincoln St, Elkhart Lake.

Monday
March 6

PHS Winter Jazz Concert:
7:30pm Plymouth Arts Center,
520 E. Mill Street. 920-893-
6911
German Genealogy: 1-2:30pm
We’ll learn how to begin, what
the best resources might be,
online and otherwise. We will
also learn enough German
history to aid in our genealogical
search. Kiel Public Library,
511 Third St. Kiel. For more
information call 920-467-4667

Tuesday
March 7

Above & Beyond Toddler
Tuesdays:Cool to be Gluten
Free: 7pm, UW-Sheboygan,
One University Dr., Sheboygan
– Wombat Room (Room 2114).
Chemistry Professor, Dr. James
Kabrhel will speak about the
basics of celiac disease and
gluten intolerance. 262-335-
5233
Music Boosters 14th Annual
Spaghetti Dinner: 4:30-7pm.
Riverview Music Boosters
hosting their spaghetti dinner
in the cafeteria at Riverview
Middle School. 300 Riverside
Circle. 920-892-4353.

Wednesday
March 8

Wednesday Evening Meal
& Fellowship: Hingham
Reformed Church, W4390
Church Rd., in the Fellowship
Hall starting at 5:45pm.
Sheboygan Chapter, Ducks
Unlimited 46th Annual
Banquet: Doors open at 5:30,
dinner at 7pm. Pine Hills
Country Club. 4914 Superior
Ave. Sheboygan. Questions call
Kory Wendlandt at 920-377-
1858
Frog/Toad Training: 7pm Free
Learn the calls of Wisconsin
frogs and toads and help
monitor their populations.
Becca Sher and David Kuckuk

will describe how and why
frogs and toads are monitored
in Wisconsin, how we monitor
in Sheboygan County, and the
help needed by volunteers.
Maywood Environmental Park,
3615 Mueller Road, Sheboygan.
920-459-3906

Thursday
March 9

How Native Landscaping is
Better for You and the Earth
An Evening with Nature
Program: 7pm-8:30pm Ice Age
Visitor Center (located off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee.
Sheboygan Audubon Public
Program: 7pm. Free. Piping
Plovers in Green Bay, a
conservation success story. Tom
Prestby tells the story of the
remarkable return to Wisconsin
of this endangered shorebird.
Maywood Environmental Park,
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan
920-459-3906

MAR 10&11
Shamrocks and Shenanigans
A Irish Music Show: Friday
7:30pm, Saturday 2pm matinee
and 7:30pm. This ever popular
show has become an annual
Irish musical tradition. The
show focuses on a wide
selection of Irish melodies,
including ballads and pub
songs, Irish dancing and a wee
bit 0’laughter. Plymouth Arts
Center, 520 E Mill Street. 920-
892-8409

Friday
March 10

Movie Night – Strategic Air
Command: Doors open at
6:30. 6:45 Aviation Historian
provides introduction. 7pm
Movie begins. Discussion
Following Movie. Aviation
Heritage Center of Wisconsin.
Sheboygan County Airport,,
N6191 Resource Dr. Sheboygan
Falls.
Suds & Slices: Pizza Tasting
and Beer Pairing: 7-9pm Enjoy
5 featured microbrews paired
with 5 different homemade
pizzas. Antonio’s Sports Bar &
Grille. 18 W. Mill St. Plymouth,
920-893-5105


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