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PLYMOUTH
GENERATIONS CENTER
ACTIVITIES:
1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858
Tat & Chat: Mondays, 1-4pm.
Dartball: Mondays, 1pm.
One-on-One Computer Help:
Tuesdays, 1pm.
Quick-Fit: Tuesdays &
Thursdays, 8:30-9:30am.
Exercise for beginners.
Sheepshead: Tues & Fri, 1pm.
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:
Every first & fourth Wednesday
of the month. For ages 2½-4 and
their parents, 10-11:30am. Call
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**
Alakids & Alateen, Spiritual
Alateens: 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.
Call Augie or Beth, 920-452-
5173.
www.sheboygancoalateen.weebly.com
Odd Duck Society: GLAS
Café, 924 14th Street,
Sheboygan, 9-10:30am. All
writers welcome. Kyane, 920-
334-0664
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.
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 627-3460 or
Linda.camoquilt@gmail.com

**1ST & 3RD SATURDAY
**
SCIO Winter Farmer’s
Market First Congregational
Church U.C.C., 310 Bluff Ave,
Sheboygan.

**EVERY SUNDAY**
Sheboygan Lakeshore I Love
my Addict Support Group:
St. John's UCC on the corner of
13th and Lincoln Ave. 6-7pm.
Find us on FB at Sheboygan
Lakeshore I love my addict
support group.
Al-Anon New Hope: Salem
United Church of Christ, corner
of Salem & Kensington Ave,
Plymouth, 7-8pm., 892-6636.
Above & Beyond Adventures
in Science: 1pm Participate in
exciting science experiments
that explore your world.

Above and Beyond Children’s
Museum. 902 N. 8th St.
Sheboygan. 920-458-4263
AA New Hope Group: 7:30pm
Salem United Church of Christ,
217 Salem Dr. Plymouth

**EVERY MONDAY**
Cribbage Tournament:
VFW, S. 12th & Union Ave.,
Sheboygan, 7pm.
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
Monday Morning Sunrise
Serenity: 6am St. John
Evangelist Church, 600
Greentree Rd, Kohler.
Rhine Open Meeting: 7:30pm
St. Peter United Church of
Christ, CTH FF, Town of Rhine.

**1ST MONDAY **
Sheboygan Area Local Food
Alliance Meeting: The Weather
Center Café, 809 Riverfront
Dr., Sheboygan, 6pm. Bring
your ideas.

**1ST & 3RD MONDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club – Evening: Seranya
Studios, Plymouth, 6-8pm.
Free! Bring your projects. Bring
a snack and beverage. Bring
some friends. Call 893-9000 to
register.
Sheboygan Toastmaster 2121:
Festival Foods upper conference
room, Taylor Dr., Sheboygan,
6-8pm. Learn leadership skills
& gain confidence in public
speaking. Dave 458-0896

** 2ND MONDAY**
Special Needs Night: Above
& Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N 8th St., Sheboygan,
5-7pm. For families with
children of special needs. Free!

458-4263 www.abkids.org
Tails of Comfort – A Pet
Loss Support Group: LTC
– Sheboygan Campus: 3620
Wilgus Ave., Room S112,
Sheboygan, 6-7pm. Find us on
Facebook or TailsOfComfort@
gmail.com
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. 458-4822
Sheboygan County Writers’
Club Monthly Meeting:
First Congregational Church,
310 Bluff Ave., Sheboygan,
1-3pm. Use the door off the east
parking lot. All writing levels
welcome. Call Ilona, 395-2093
or visit www.sheboyganwriters.wordpress.com

** 2ND & 4TH MONDAY **
Plymouth Eagles Club Aerie
1312 Meeting: Eagles Hall,
127 North Street, Plymouth,
7pm. Call Diane Gilson 838-
2633

**EVERY TUESDAY**
Babies & Toddlers Books
St. John the Baptist School,
Plymouth, 10am Engaging preliteracy storytime for children
birth to 36 months and their
caregivers. Free!
Night Time Tales: 6:30pm
Program will take place in
the library’s meeting room.
Plymouth Public Library. 130
Division Street.
Depression & Bipolar
Support Group: Labor of
Love Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
Celebrate Recovery: Hope
Community Church, 2916 S
11th St., Sheboygan, 6:30pm.
www.onlinecelebraterecovery.com
GriefShare: Hope Community
Church, 2916 S. 11th St.,
Sheboygan, 6:30pm.
The Welcome Table: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern
Ave., Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm.
Free community sponsored
meal open to all. 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.
Does Someone’s Drinking
Bother You? Al-anon
Meeting: Plymouth Alliance
Church (south door), corner of
23 and Fairview Dr., Plymouth.
6:30pm. 286-0008 or 254-2097
Samaritan’s Hand Bible
Study 6-7:30pm in New Life
Church Office, 601 Eastern
Ave, Plymouth. 254-6922 or
www.samaritanshand.org
Samaritan’s Hand Women’s
Only AODA Support
Meeting: 6-7pm 1714 N 8th St.

Sheboygan. 920-254-6922 or
www.samaritanshand.org
Samaritan’s Hand Women’s
Only Bible Study: 7-8pm 1714
N. 8th St. Sheboygan. 920-254-
6922 or www.samaritanshand.org
Go to any Length Group
Alcoholics Anonymous:
9:30-11am Plymouth Alliance
Church, 1203 Fairview Dr.
Plymouth. 920-893-5525
Toddlers Tuesdays: 11am
Above & Beyond Children’s
Museum. Give your child the
thrilling experience of creating

something with their hands!
We’ll be exploring the basics
of art in a fun, open, flexible
atmosphere. 902 N 8th St.
Sheboygan. 920-458-4263
GriefShare Evangelical Free
Church, 1710 North 15th St,
Sheboygan, 9-10:30am. A
support group for those grieving
the loss of a loved one. 452-
6520.
AA Meeting: 10am Community
United Church of Christ, 174 N.
East St. Elkhart Lake. 920-876-
2525
Stepping on: 1-3pm. One in

three persons over age 65 falls
each year. 7 week workshop
to strengthen muscles. Aurora
Sheboygan Medical Center.
2629 N 7th St. Sheboygan. Sea
Breeze Conference Rm. Enter
at Rehab Entrance. For more
info or to register contact the
Aging & Disability Resource
Center. 920-467-4100
Healthy Living with Diabetes:
9:30am-noon. Six-week
program for people with type
2 diabetes and their caregivers.
Aurora Sheboygan Clinic, 2600
Kiley Way, Plymouth 920-459-

1164 OR 1-3:30pm at Marsho
Family Medical Group, 1705
N Taylor Dr. Sheboygan. Call
920-457-4438
Powerful Tools for
Caregivers: Noon-3pm.
Educational program designed
to help family caregivers take
care of themselves while caring
for a relative or friend. St. John
Lutheran Church, 222 Stafford
St. Plymouth. Hot lunch at
noon. 920-467-4100

**1ST TUESDAY**
Kettle Country Quilters of
Plymouth: 1pm. Plymouth
Public Library, 130 Division St.
All skill levels welcome. 920-
892-4416
Cup of Feelings Children’s
Grief Support Group:
4-5:30pm Ages 6-11, Sharon S.
Richarson Community Hospice,
W2850 STH 28, Sheboygan
Falls. 920-467-1800

**2ND TUESDAY**
Sheboygan Area Singles
Meeting: Lakeshore Lanes,
2519 S. Business Dr.,
Sheboygan, 7pm. Call Marilyn,
458-8015
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group:
5:30-7pm. Christian Life

Church, 933 Krumrey St.
Plymouth. For more information
call Ginny at 920-838-1311

**2ND & 4TH TUESDAY**
Plymouth Toastmasters Club
Meeting: Masters Gallery
Foods, South Building, 411 Cty
Rd. PP, Plymouth, 6:30-8pm.
Call Ryan Theel, 207-9852 for
details

**EVERY WEDNESDAY**
Live Irish Music: 52 Stafford
Inn, Plymouth, 7-10pm. 893-
0552 or www.52stafford.com
Oneighty Youth Service: Word
of Grace Community Church,
837 Buffalo, Sheboygan Falls,
6:30pm. www.wogcc.com
Domestic & Sexual Abuse
Women’s Support Group:
Labor of Love Counseling
& Education Center, 1020
Superior Ave., Sheboygan,

10am. 226-9599
Men Living Free from
Lust: Weekly support &
accountability in a confidential
setting. Call 207-3665 for
information.
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. Sharing
ideas, presentations, activities
& open discussions. Free! 458-
3784
ACA/ACOA-Adult Children
of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional
Families: 9:30-10:30am.
Discovering our real identities
& from living with alcoholism
of a family dysfunction as a
child. 1907 Club, 2908 N 21st
St. Sheboygan. 920-457-9633
Book Chat and Coffee
Hour: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 10am. Come and see
our new books and enjoy the
conversation. 876-2554
Karaoke Wednesday: 4-5pm
Above & Beyond Children’s
Museum, 902 N. 8 St.,
Sheboygan, 4-5pm. Meet us
in the Recording Studio to
release your inner rock star
with karaoke entertainment.
458-4263
Children’s Ministry
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
Samaritan’s Hand Beginners
Bible Study: 6:30-8pm For
anyone seeking to learn how
to use and/or understand
more about the bible. 1714 N
8th St Sheboygan. Questions
call 920-254-6922 or www.
samaritanshand.org
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. For
more information call 920-946-

2425.
SEAS-Crew School: 6:30-8pm
Winch Maintenance and Block
cleaning. For people looking
to gain more basic sailing
knowledge in order to become
a more valuable crew member.
Sheboygan Yacht Club 630
Riverfront Dr. 920-783-3673
Warbler Wednesdays: 8am.
Free. Participate in citizen
based monitoring through
these birding sessions along
the Sheboygan River. Meet at
Esslingen Park (just west of
the Indiana Ave/Taylor Drive
intersection. Bring binoculars
and dress for the outdoors.
Maywood Environmental Park.
3615 Mueller Rd. 920-459-
3906

**1ST WEDNESDAY**
Vollrath Retirees Breakfast
Club: Fountain Park Restaurant,
Sheboygan, 8:30am. 457-5335
Disabled American Veterans
& Auxiliary Meeting: Sunny
Ridge fellowship hall, 3014
Erie Ave, Sheboygan, 7pm. Jim,
457-3510.

*1ST & 3RD WEDNESDAY*
Little Learners at Generations
1500 Douglas Dr, Plymouth
10-11:30am. Children ages 2
½ to 4 with their parents. Age
appropriate games, music &
movement, stories.

**2ND WEDNESDAY**
9156 V.F.W Auxiliary
Meeting: 552 S. Evans Ave.,
Sheboygan, 6pm. Janet, 912-
4578
Crystal Lake Sportsman Club
Monthly Meeting: 7pm. Rhine
Plymouth Field and Stream
N7535 Highview Rd Plymouth.
Interested in joining Call Mike
at 893-0989 or Dorothy at 893-
5497
Young Widow/Widowers
Dinner Group: Chili’s, 4001
Hwy 28, Sheboygan Falls, 5pm
drinks, 6pm dinner. 395-2575.
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group
All Men’s Group: 6:30-8pm
Sheboygan Falls Memorial
Library, Lower level.

330 Buffalo St. For more
information call Jim at 757-
903-6408

**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
TOPS Chapter 1532
Plymouth: Generations in
Plymouth, Weigh in 3:40pm;
Meeting at 4:15pm. 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
Wisconsin Region of Narcotics
Anonymous Thursday
Night Step Study: 6pm.
Riteway Club, 4627 S. 12th St.
Sheboygan. 920-452-3375 or
1-888-611-1813
Stepping on: 1-3pm. One in
three persons over age 65 falls
each year. 7 week workshop to
strengthen muscles. Generations
Building, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth. For more info or to
register contact the Aging &
Disability Resource Center.
920-467-4100
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
Cup of Feelings Children’s
Grief Support Group:
4-5:30pm Ages 12-18, Sharon
S. Richardson Community
Hospice, W2850 STH 28,
Sheboygan Falls. 920-467-1800

**EVERY FRIDAY**
Samaritan’s Hand 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 www.samaritanshand.org
Samaritan’s Hand AODA
Support Meeting: Doors open
at 6:30, meeting starts at 7pm
and lasts as lond as needed. Word
of Grace Church, 837 Buffalo
St. Sheboygan Falls. 254-6922
or www.samaritanshand.org

**2ND FRIDAY**
Free Community Meal:
Wesley United Methodist
Church, 823 Union Ave.,
Sheboygan, 5 pm. Handicap
accessible from alley. www.
wesleyumcsheboygan.com
458-4889.
Samaritan’s Hand’s Friday
supper: 6pm A healthy meal
served for our clients right
before the AODA support
meeting. Word of Grace
Church, 837 Buffalo St.
Sheboygan Falls, 601 E Mill
St. Plymouth and 1714 N 8th St.
Sheboygan. 254-6922 or www.
samaritanshand.org

APR 28-30
Ring of Fire-The Johnny
Cash Story: Friday and
Saturday 7:30pm. Sunday
matinee 2:30pm. This unique
tribute show celebrates the
soul-stirring music of Johnny
Cash performed by an ensemble
cast of musicians and singers.
Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E.
Mill St. For more information
call 920-892-8409 or email
info@plymoutharts.org

Friday
April 28

Drop Everything and Draw:
Plymouth Arts Center, 10:30amnoon. PAC will host a creative
morning for elementary and
middle-school students during
district days off. Ages 8-12 –
no registration required and no
cost. 920-204-4926
Fantastic Fridays-PHS Pool
and Ropes Course: Bring a

swimsuit and towel. (life jacket
for those 4K and Kindergarten).
920-892-5068 jpiontkowski@
plymouth.k12.wi.us
Deadline for the Chartered
Bus Trip to “Beautiful” the
Carole King Musical: 8:30am-
6:30pm. All-inclusive daytime
trip to the Milwaukee Marcus
Center to see the hit Broadway
show for the 2pm matinee. Also
included is a tour of the Domes.
Lunch also included. For more
information please call Donna
at 920-892-8409
O.W.L.S. (Older, Wiser,
Livlier, Seniors): 8:30am
Arbor Day. Sheboygan’s Tree
City, USA 40th Anniversary.
Maywood Environmental Park,
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
920-459-3906
No School-Friday Movie:
10am Join the library for a
showing of Moana. This event
is open to all ages 12 and
younger and must remain with
adult. A Moana craft and board
& card games will be available
in the children’s are of the
library from 9am-4:30pm.
PHS Choir Honors Recital:
7pm Enjoy a night of
barbershops, madrigals, solo,
duets, and trios as students
enjoy a final dress rehearsal
before they head to State Solo
& Ensemble at UW Milwaukee
the next day. 920-893-6911
Purple Rain (1984): 7pm.
Movie night at Stefanie H
Weill Center, 826 N 8th St.,
Sheboygan, 920-208-3243
Pat McCurdy: 8pm Singer/
Songwriter Pat McCurdy is
a musician from Milwaukee.
Antonios Sports Bar & Grill, 18

W. Mill St. Plymouth, 920-893-
5105
Native Americans of the
Sheboygan Area: 7:30pm,
Kohler-Andrae State Park. Meet
at Sanderling Nature Center. In
her presentation, Beth Dippel of
the Research Center will take a
quick look at burial mounds and
Native American settlements in
the county. No pets allowed.
920-451-4080

APR 29-30
Sheboygan County Spring
Tour of Homes: 11am-5pm.
Visit SCHBA.org for ticket
information and locations. 920-
892-6280

Saturday
April 29

Cool Jewels with Pat Reiher:
9am-3pm. Design and create
your own unique jewelry using
metals and found materials.
Learn to manipulate metals
by: cutting, etching, stamping,
shaping and joining through
a variety of cold connections.
Plymouth Arts Center. Adults
18 and older. 920-892-8409
Arbor Day Tree Planting:
1:30pm Help us enhance
wildlife habitats at Maywood by
planting 180 trees and dozens
of sprouting acorns. Volunteers
should bring shovel, gloves,
water bottles and a love for
nature. Maywood Environment
Park. 3615 Mueller Rd.
Sheboygan 920-459-3906
Scoping the Skies: 8:30pm Join
Sheboygan Astronomical Society
members for National Astronomy
Day as they turn off our outdoor

lights and peer upward to look at
Jupiter, the Beehive Cluster, the
double star of Alcor & Mizar and
the Hercules Cluster. Maywood
Environmental Park. 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 920-
459-3906
Waldo Lions Club Pork Chop
Dinner: 4-8pm Silent Auction,
raffles, DJ. Waldo Memorial
Hall. 308 W. 1st St. Waldo.
Plymouth Dirt Track Racing
Opening Night: Pits open
2:30pm, gates open at 4:30pm
Opening ceremonies begin at
6pm. Sheboygan County Fair
Park
Volunteer Open House:
Bethesda Thrift Store.
2827 South Business Dr.
Informational sessions will be
hourly at 11am, 1 pm and 3pm.
920-452-5212
9th Annual Salem UCC
Rummage Sale: Saturday,
April 23rd, 8am-3pm. 217 Salem
Dr., Plymouth. Five rooms and
garage packed with merchandise,
brat fry & bake sale. Handicap
parking available. Don’t miss it!

No early sales.
Ceil’s Meal-Free Community
Breakfast: 9:30-10:30am,
First Congregational Church,
310 Bluff Ave, Sheboygan,
will host a free community
breakfast. Menu will include
baked oatmeal, egg strada and
coffee cake. Free transportation
is available. 920-457-4818.
4-H Camp Riversite Tree
Planting Day: 9am-noon.
Volunteers are needed to help
plant trees to replace the ash
trees that were lost to the
Emerald Ash Borer. Dress for
the weather bring planting tools
(shovels, rakes, buckets, etc…)
N2792 Camp Riversite Rd.
Sheboygan Falls. 920-980-1445
Intro to Geocaching:
1-3:30pm. Pre-registration is
required. Enjoy a nature hike
while searching for hidden
treasure. Participants will
locate hidden containers,
call geocaches, using GPS.
This introductory class is for

beginners and GPS units will
be provided. For additional
information, please call Camp
Y-Koda at 920-467-6882
Nourish Pollinator
Workshop: 10am-noon.
Nourish and the Sheboygan
River Basin Partnership are
partnering to show you how to
support pollinators through this
educational program, which
includes hands-on-learning and
planting. For more information
or to sign up, contact Nourish at
info@nourishfarms.org or 920-
627-4769
Wisconsin Goat Expo: 9am-
5pm. Speakers, demonstrations
and vendors all related to goat
health. Brat fry. Sheboygan
County Fair Park.

Sunday
April 30

66th Annual Pine Haven
Men’s Chorus: 10:30am For
66 years the men’s chorus have
been known for praising God
and serving the elderly, as they
perform concerts in the area
to raise money to benefit the
residents of Pine Haven. Salem
Plankroad UCC, N5691 CTH
M, Plymouth.
Zion Lutheran Church 125th
Anniversary: 10am Worship.
11:30am Sound Celebration
Service. 12:15 Luncheon.
Everyone Welcome. 200 Main
St. Glenbeulah. 920-526-3152
Cribbage Tournament: 1907

Club
All-U-Can Eat & Drink Pizza
Dinner: 11am-2:30pm. Support
the Plymouth High School
Baseball program. Menu
includes, pizza, garlic bread,
spaghetti, mozzarella sticks and
fountain drinks. Antoinette’s/
Antonio’s/Amore, 18 W. Mill
St. 920-892-5068

May 1-31
Support the Girls: Through the
month of May, Maggie’s Closet
and Allechant Boutique will be
collecting new and gently used
bras for the Support the Girls
organization. Each bra you
bring to either shop will earn
you one entry into a gift basket
drawing to be held June 1.

Monday
May 1

First Day of Season: 10am-
4 Bookworm Gardens, 1415
Campus Dr. Sheboygan. 920-
287-7895.

Tuesday
May 2

Fifth Grade Music Concert:
7pm Performance to be held in
the Riverview Auditorium. 920-
892-5068
Aging Parents: Caring &
Coping: 6-8pm. Two part
informational presentation
covering two Tuesday evenings
May 2 & 9. Topics to include,
normal vs not normal aging,
when do I need to intervene,
financing the options, how

do I get assistance, estate
planning overview. Presented
by Aurora Health Care, Aging
& Disability Resource Center,
Embrace Care Management and
Roth & Basler, S. C. The Bull at
Pinehurst, Long Dr. Sheboygan
Falls, 920-451-5513
Sweat-The Fountain of Youth:
7pm. Jared Dalberg, Associate
Professor of Health, Exercise
Science & Athletics will explain
how “fountain of youth” is
within us and expressed through
sweat induced by exercise.
Wombat Room #2114, Main
Building. UW-Sheboygan, One
University Drive, Sheboygan.
920-459-6600
Discovery Bird Hike: 8am.
Master Naturalist Andy
Raddatz leads a two mile bird
bike at the Black River Trail.
Wear comfortable shoes and
dress for the weather. Bring
insect repellant, sunscreen,
binoculars. Hike is best for
age 8 and older. Children must
be accompanied by an adult.
Kohler-Andrae State Park. For
more information, call 920-
451-7080.

Wednesday
May 3

Maywood Shutterbugs:
7pm. Free, Walk-ins-welcome.
Ongoing program for those
interested in improving their photo
taking skills. The Shutterbug
program is appropriate for all skill
levels, high school age and older.
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
920-459-3906
Ice Age Trail Trekkers: 7am
Hiking 3.18 miles between
Hwy 23 and Greenbush Group
Camp. Meet at Greenbush
Group Camp off Kettle Moraine
Drive between CTH T and Hwy
67. 920-533-8322
Cool Chemistry Show:
6:30pm. UW-Sheboygan
Chemistry students perform

and describe some fascinating,
attention-grabbing experiments.
Educational, exciting &
explosive evening of Chemistry.
After demonstrations, children,
ages 5+ can make their very on
slime to take home. Fine Arts
Building. One University Dr.
Sheboygan. 920-459-6600

Thursday
May 4

Incredible Eggs Nature
Storytime: 6pm-7pm Ice Age
Visitor Center (located off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee)
What’s coming out of the egg?
You’ll be surprised at all the
different creatures that begin
their lives in eggs. 3-6 year olds
with accompanying adult.
Jolly Pranksters: 7pm
Plymouth High School
Auditorium. 125 Highland Ave.
920-892-5068
Seraph Brass: 7:30pm The
five women of Seraph Brass
represent a new generation
of brass players. Committed
to challenging audiences
with engaging and exciting
programming, Seraph Brass
presents a diverse body
of repertoire that includes
original transcriptions, newly
commissioned works and
well-known classics. Stefanie
H. Weill Center, 826 N 8th St.,
Sheboygan, 920-208-3243
The Monro Band: 9:30pm
High energy rock cover band
playing all your favorite tunes
that make you want to to get
off your feet. Antonios Sports
Bar & Grill, 18 W. Mill St.
Plymouth, 920-893-5105
National Day of Prayer:
Noon-1pm at Fountain Park
United Methodist Church.
Henry Jung chairman along
with Andrew Hopp will offer
prayer thoughts seeking divine
guidance in times of worldwide
tension.

Friday
May 5

Incredible Eggs Nature
Storytime: 9:30-10:30 Ice Age
Visitor Center (located off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee)
What’s coming out of the egg?
You’ll be surprised at all the
different creatures that begin
their lives in eggs. 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
O.W.L.S. (Older, Wiser,
Livlier, Seniors): 8:30am The
Magic that Birds bring to spring.
Maywood Environmental Park,
3615 Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
920-459-3906
Who DUNNIT?: Murder in
Margaritaland. Enjoy a night of
intrigue, suspense and mayhem.
The evening will kick off at
Amore’ at 6pm. Registration at
5:30. Questions can be emailed
to mary.whoDUNNIT@gmail.
com
The Trifecta of Rock: 7:30pm.
Performing together for the
first time at the Weill Center,
The Trifecta of Rock includes
Mitch Ryder, Rick Derringer
and Edgar Winter. 826 N 8th St.
Sheboygan, 920-208-3243

Saturday
May 6

Sounds of Spring Exploring
Nature Program: 10-11:30am
Ice Age Visitor Center (located
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee) Come listen to the
chatter of spring and find out
what animals are making all
the noise and why. Best for
families/groups with children
between 6-12 years old.
Beyond Watercolor with
Kathleen Mulholland:
9am-3pm. Students will take
watercolor into new horizons
when they overlay unhappy,
boring, or unfinished watercolor
or acrylic work with various
materials, such as collage
materials, rice paper, colored
pencils, watercolor pencils,
crayons, wax candles. Bring
a bag lunch. 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


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