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PLYMOUTH
GENERATIONS CENTER
ACTIVITIES:
1500 Douglas Dr. 892-4858
Eye Glass Adjustment: Done
by 20/20 Vision, every other
month on the 3rd Monday.
11:30am-12:15pm
Foot Clinic: 1st and 3rd Friday
and 2nd and 4th Thursday of
each month. Call 892-4821 to
schedule an appointment.
Hearing Aid Cleaning &
Screening: 3rd Tuesday, 10-
11:15am
Party Bridge: Tuesdays, 1pm.
Contact Nate at 892-6618 if
you are interested in joining or
if you have any questions.
Poker: Every Monday and
Friday, 1pm
Quarter Sheepshead: Friday,
12:30pm
Outdoor Pickle Ball: Tuesdays
4pm, Thursdays 9am and
Saturdays 9am. (weather
permitting)
5, 10, 15 Sheepshead:
Wednesday & Friday 8am.
Tuesday 12:30pm.
Card Making: Meets 4th
Wednesday of every month at
1pm.
Tat & Chat: Monday. 1pm.
Chat with Pat: 1st and 3rd
Monday, 8:30am. Call 467-
4076 for an appointment.
Ceramics: Wednesdays, 9am-
1pm
Chair Massage: 1st and 3rd
Thursday. 12:30-2:30pm. Call
892-4851 for appointment.
Scrabble: Thursdays, 9:30am.
SilverSneakers Circuit:

Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
8am and 9am
SilverSneakers Arthritis
Exercise Class: Tuesday &
Thursday. 9:30am and 10:30am.
SilverSneakers Classic:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
10am and 11am
SilverSneakers Yoga: Monday
& Wednesday. 3pm
SilverSneakers Walk Fit:
Tuesday & Thursday 8:30am.
SilverSneakers Quick Fit:
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:30-
9:00am. Exercise for beginners.
SilverSneakers Stability:
Monday and Wednesday
11:15am
Pilates Cardio: Tuesday and
Thursday 7:30am
Pilates Mat: Tuesday and
Thursday Noon.
Chair Pilates: Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, Noon.
500 Thursdays at 1pm. Similar
to Euchre. Call Barb to sign up
at 920-892-4364
Canasta: Mondays, 1pm.
Cribbage: Mondays, 1pm
Dollar Bingo: Wednesdays,
1:15pm
High Stakes Bingo: 2nd Tuesday
of every month. 6:30pm
Dominos: 2nd & 4th Tuesday,
1pm.
Mah Jongg: Tuesdays 9am,
1st and 3rd Wednesday, 1pm,
Thursday 1pm
Ping Pong: Monday nights,
6-8pm and Friday from 1-3pm.
Pool Tables: anytime
Piano: anytime
Puzzles: anytime
Legos: anytime
Wii Bowling: Tuesday and
Thursday mornings at 9:00am
and Thursday afternoon at
1:00pm.
Movie Day: 1st and 3rd Friday
1:30pm.
Watercolor Painting:
Thursday, 9am.
Bring Your Own Bible
(BYOB) Study: Wednesday
1pm Contact James, 838-0405

Walk With Ease: St Paul

Lutheran Church, 730 CTH
PP, Sheboygan Falls. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays
9-10am. April 13-May 23.
Sponsored by the Arthritis
Foundation. 459-3034 or 467-
4142

28th Annual Coats for Kids:
Now through October 31. Coats
can be dropped off at Reinbold-
Novak Funeral Home. 1535 S.
12th St. Sheboygan. 8:30am-
4pm. Monday-Friday. Greatest
need for youth coats ages 10
and under. 452-7711

SEPT. 26-NOV 4
40 Days for Life: 909 S. Taylor
Dr. (on the bike path) 7am-7pm.
Prayer vigil to Call 920-458-
9120 or www.40daysforlife.
com/sheboygan to sign up.

MONTHLY ACTIVITIES –
MEAD PUBLIC LIBARARY SHEBOYGAN: Mead Public
Library has announced its events
and classes for September,
featuring educational and
cultural activities for children,
teens and adults.
The following is a sampling
of upcoming events. For a
complete list, including book
clubs and workshops, visit
www.meadpl.org, or call 920-
459-3400. All programs are
free and open to the public,
with funding provided by the
Friends of Mead Public Library

and the Mead Public Library
Foundation.
Saturday, Sept. 22: Kids can
stay active during Mead Public
Library’s Family Movement
Series, featuring workshops for
families in yoga, Zumba, belly
dancing and African dance,
from 10-11 a.m. in the Story
Garden. Call 459-3400, ext.
3404, for more information.
Monday, Sept. 24: Teens and
adults can drop in and build with
LEGO Architecture kits from
5-7 p.m. in the Imaginarium at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3422.
Tuesday, Sept. 25: Join award winning artist Lil’ Rev for the
Mead Public Library Ukulele
Club in The Loft from 6:30-7:30
p.m. For more information, call
459-3400, ext. 3422.
Tuesday, Sept. 25: Celebrate
your freedom to read during a
guided book discussion about
banned books and intellectual
freedom with Joyce Latham,
associate professor of Library
and Information Sciences at
UW-Milwaukee, from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. in the Rocca Room at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3422.
Wednesday, Sept. 26: Kids in
grades 2-6 can drop in and learn
to code using Ozobots from
3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Children’s
Activity Room at Mead Public

Library. For more information,
call 459-3400, ext. 3422.
Thursday, Sept. 27: Sundown
Storytime for children of all ages
and their families will be held at
the Mead Public Library Story
Garden at 6:30 p.m. with a visit
by author Rayna Andrews and
healthy snacks with NOURISH.
Call 459-3400, ext. 3404, for
more information.
Thursday, Sept. 27: Join UW Milwaukee Professor Anne
Dressel for an examination of
global health challenges. Part of
the Foreign Policy Association
Great Decisions world affairs
education program. Held 6:30-
8 p.m. in the Rocca Room at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3422.
Saturday, Sept. 29: Kids can
stay active during Mead Public
Library’s Family Movement
Series, featuring workshops for
families in yoga, Zumba, belly
dancing and African dance,
from 10-11 a.m. in the Story
Garden. Call 459-3400, ext.
3404, for more information.
Saturday, Sept. 29: Mead
Public Library will host an open
mic poetry reading exploring
immigration, migration,
movement and being a citizen
of the world during as 100
Thousand Poets for Change
present “From Nowhere at All,

From Everywhere a Little,”
from 1-3 p.m., on The Library
Terrace. For more information,
call 459-3400, ext. 3422.
Monday, October 1:
Milwaukee Muslim Women’s
Coalition “Building Bridges of
Understanding” Presentation by
Janan Najeeb, founding member
and current president. Mead
Public Library, Rocca Room,
6pm. For more information, call
459-3400, ext. 3416.
Wednesday, October 3:
LEGO Club will be held in
the Children’s Activity Room
at Mead Public Library for
children in grades K-6 from
3:15-4:30pm. The library has
a supply of LEGO’s. For more
information call 459-3400, ext.
3404
Thursday, October 4:
Children, teens and adults can
create fabric or yarn monsters
during Make It @ Mead from
5-6:30pm in the Imaginarium at
Mead Public Library. Program
is free. Call 459-3400, ext. 3422
for more information.
Thursday, October 4: Join UW Green Bay Professor Elizabeth
Wheat for an examination of
our rapidly-evolving media
landscape and its implications
for foreign policy. Part of the
Foreign Policy Association
Great Decisions world affairs
education program. Held 6:30-
8pm in the Rocca Room at
Mead Public Library. For more
information, call 459-3400, ext.
3422.
Friday, October 5: Dare to
Dream Theatre will present a

workshop designed to engage
your children through creative
play in the Story Garden at
Mead Public Library at 10am.
Program will feature a visit
from “Pout-Pout Fish” author
Deborah Diesen. Call 459-3400.
Ext. 3404 for more information.
Saturday, October 6: Girls
ages 9-13 are invited to sign
up for Mead Public Library’s
Tea & Tech Talk: Girls STEM
Day, featuring short talks by
local STEM professionals along
with a science workshop, games
and other activities. Held from
9:15am-noon. Register at the
ww.meadpl.org events calendar.
Saturday, October 6:
Naturalist Janet Raddatz will
teach birding basics for the
whole family from 2-3pm
in The Loft at Mead Public
Library. For more information
call 459-3400, ext. 3422.

REGULARLY SCHEDULED
EVENTS:
**EVERY SATURDAY**
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com
Emmaus Meals: 710
Pennsylvania Ave. Sheboygan.
11am-12:30pm. Hot meal
served to the community at The
Salvation Army. Everyone is
welcome!
Farmers and Artisans
Market: Downtown Elkhart
Lake. 8:30-12:30. 876-2922
Waldo Farm & Flea Market:
Chissy’s Parking Lot, 501 E.
Mill St. Waldo. 9am-2pm.
SCIO Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 8th St. and Erie
Ave. Sheboygan. 8am-2pm.
457-7272

**1ST & 3RD SATURDAY**
Stroke Support Group for
Survivors and Caregivers:
First Congregational UCC
Church, 310 Bluff Ave.
Sheboygan. 10-11am. 458-1636

**4TH SATURDAY**
LEGO Club: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. 10:30-
11:30am. Make your best
LEGO creation, and it will be

displayed in the library until
next meeting. Age 6-12. 892-
4416

**EVERY SUNDAY**
Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at
8.30am. Meeting at 9am.
Customer Service at 1-800-651-
6000.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Post-Partum Mother’s
Support Group: Labor of
Love Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
TOPS Chapter 1272 Cascade:
Cascade Village Hall. 301
Milwaukee Ave. 5:30 weigh in.
6pm meeting. 528-8642
Samaritan’s Hand Call to
Freedom Bible Study: 1714
N 8th St Sheboygan. 6:30-
8pm. 920-254-6922 or www.
samaritanshand.org
Old Timers Meeting:
1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St.,
Sheboygan. 6:30pm 457-9633
Women’s Group: 1907 Club,
2908 N 21st St. Sheboygan
7:30pm 457-9633
Odd Duck Society: Weather
Center Café 809 Riverfront Dr.
, Sheboygan, 6pm. All writers
welcome. Kyane, 920-334-
0664
Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at 5pm.
Meeting at 5:30pm. Customer
Service at 1-800-651-6000.
Sheboygan/Plymouth Rotary
Meeting: Sheboygan Elks
Lodge #299, 1943 Erie Ave.
Sheboygan 12pm.
Overeaters Anonymous:
Redeemer Lutheran Church,
1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth.
5:30-6:30pm. 920-910-6656
Baby & Toddler Storytime:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division Street, 9:30-9:50am.
Recommended for ages 1-3.
Preschool Storytime:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division Street, 10-10:40am.
Geared toward ages 3-5.

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

**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**
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:
Mead Public Library, 710 N.
8th St. Sheboygan, 1-3pm. All
writing levels welcome. www.
sheboyganwriters.wordpress.com
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
Adult Book Discussions:
Plymouth Public Library,
130 Division St. 6pm. Focus:
Fiction 892-4416

** 2ND & 4TH MONDAY **
Plymouth Eagles Club Aerie
1312 Meeting: Eagles Hall,
127 North Street, Plymouth,
7pm. Call Art Pfeifer 920-579-
1129

** 4TH MONDAY **
Parkinson Support Group:
Cedar Grove Public Library,
131 Van Altena Ave. 6:30-
8:00pm

**EVERY TUESDAY**
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
The Welcome Table: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern
Ave., Plymouth, 5:30-6:30pm.
Free community sponsored
meal open to all. 889-4660
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 New Life Church Office,
601 Eastern Ave, Plymouth.
6:30-8pm 254-6922
Go to any Length Group
Alcoholics Anonymous:
Plymouth Alliance Church,
1203 Fairview Dr. Plymouth.

9:30-11am 893-5525
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com
Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at 5pm.
Meeting at 5:30pm. Customer
Service at 1-800-651-6000.
Silent Book Club Lunch at the
Library: Mead Public Library,
710 N. 8th St. Sheboygan, 3rd
floor Loft Room. 11:30am.
459-3400
Chess: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 40 Pine St. 3-5pm.
876-2554.
After School Drop-In: Elkhart
Lake Public Library, 40 Pine
St. 3-5pm. Play checker, chess,
Jenga, and more. Children under
7 can attend with caregiver.
876-2554.
GriefShare: Evangelical
Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St.
Sheboygan. 9-10:30am.
Sound Celebration Women’s
Chorus Rehersal: Plymouth
Alliance Church, 1203 Fairview
Dr. 6:45pm. Call 920-334-0409
for more information.
From the Streets to the Seats-
Narcotics Anonymous: Salem
UCC, 217 Salem Dr. Plymouth.
7pm. 920-889-7348
Preschool Night Time Tales:
. Plymouth Public Library. 130
Division Street. 6:30-7:10pm.
892-4416.

**EVERY TUESDAY**
**Beginning Oct 2**
Tuesday Knight Chess Club:
Odyssey Fun Center, 100
Hamann Dr., Sheboygan Falls.
4-8pm. Free drop-in chess. All
ages and skill levels welcome.
Email waneks@sbcglobal.net
for more information.

**1ST TUESDAY**
Kettle Country Quilters
Guild: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St., first
floor meeting room, 1pm. All
quilters are welcome to join us
for fellowship and community
service projects. Call Joan at
920-893-9716.
Cup of Feelings Children’s
Grief Support Group: Sharon
S. Richardson Community
Hospice, W2850 STH 28,
Sheboygan Falls. Lower level
board room. 4-5:30pm Ages
6-11. 467-7950
Marine Corps League
Meeting: VFW building,
552 S. Evans St. Sheboygan.
7-8:30pm. Contact Kurk
Anderson at 920-207-5555

**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
from 6- 8pm at **EVERYJoin WEDNESDAY**
us 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.,The Honeygoats 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.Big Sharing
ideas, presentations, activities
Bass & open discussions. Free! 458-
3784
Book Chat and Coffee
Hour: Elkhart Lake Public
Library, 10am. Come and see
our new books and enjoy the
conversation. 876-2554
Samaritan’s Hand Bible
Study: 1714 N 8th St Sheboygan.
6:30-8pm. Questions call 254-
6922.
First Things First Group:
Falls Community Church, 633
Buffalo St. Sheboygan Falls.
6pm
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Weight Watchers:
Generations, 1500 Douglas
Dr. Plymouth. Registration at
5:30pm. Meeting at 5:30pm.
Customer Service at 1-800-651-
6000.
Camo Quilt Project: 439
Factory St., Plymouth, 9am-
3pm. Quilts are donated to
soldiers. Linda, 920-627-3460
or Linda.camoquilt@gmail.
com www.camoquiltproject.wordpress.com

Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at
9:00am. Meeting at 9:30am.
Customer Service at 1-800-651-
6000.
The Sharing Closet: St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church,
312 E. Main St. Plymouth.
9am-noon or by appointment.
Accepting donations of
medical equipment and medical
supplies and lending donations
to the community (bandages,
beds, crutches, hospitalSummer beds,
Concert toilet risers, wheelchairs, etc.)
Equipment is on loan at presented no
charge to anyone in need.
Overeaters Anonymous:
Sheboygan Redeemer Lutheran1808 Eastern Ave.,Main Church,
Plymouth.
Street 5:30-6:30pm. 920-910-6656
TOPS Chapterour Summer 1207
Park Sheboygan Falls:for Sheboygan
Falls Public Library, 330
Buffalo St., (lower level
meeting room). Weigh-in 9am.
946-2425.
Wednesday Evening Meals:
Hingham Reformed Church,
W4390 Church Rd. 5:45pm.
Join us for an evening meal and
fellowship. 920-564-2879
Rockwurst BabyJune 13 & Toddler Storytime:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division Street, 9:30-9:50am.
Recommended for ages 1-3.
Preschool Storytime:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 10am. 892-4416
ext. 108
SCIO Farmers Market:
Fountain Park, 8th St. and Erie
Ave. Sheboygan. 9am-3pm.
457-7272

**1ST WEDNESDAY**
Vollrath Retirees Breakfast
Red Club: Fountain Park Restaurant,
Sheboygan,— July 11 8:30am. 457-5335
Disabled American Veterans
& Auxiliary Meeting: Sunny
Ridge fellowship hall, 3014
Erie Ave, Sheboygan, 7pm. Jim,
457-3510.
Kettle Karvers: Generations,
1500 Douglas Dr. Plymouth.
6pm. Jim, 918-8512
Maywood Shutterbugs:
Maywood Environmental Park.
3615 Mueller Road, Sheboygan.
7pm. Improve on yourskills. 920-459-DuOver 3906
photo
August Memory Café: 1st Wednesday,
2pm. Contact Ginny 838-1311
**1ST&3RD WEDNESDAY**
Plymouth Food Pantry:
2225 Eastern Ave. 9amnoon & 2-4pm. OR BY
APPOINTMENT. For Western
portion of Sheboygan County.
Call Dave 893-2989
Little Learners: Family
Resource Center at Generations,
1500 Douglas Dr. Plymouth. 10-
11am. Best for kids 2 ½-4 years
old. Age appropriate activities
that stimulate learning. Must
be accompanied by adult. To
register call 892-2255. Ext.
3512

*2ND& 4TH WEDNESDAY*

St John’s UCC Food Pantry:
1248 Lincoln Ave. Sheboygan.
10am-1pm Photo ID is required.
May use once a month By
appointment only. (call Monday
& Tuesday morning only
between 8am-noon) 458-2726

**4TH WEDNESDAY**
“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
& Information Evening
Group: Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice. W2850
State RdSeries 28, Sheboygan Falls,
10:30am-12:00pm. Everyone
welcome.by Contact Marianne
BrandtFalls at 467-1800 or mbrandt.
ssrhospicehome.org
Sheboygan County Writers
Club:Foundation Sheboygan Falls
Memorial Library, 33030-Series Buffalo
Concert St. 5: 7:30pm. Free and Open
to all.
Little Naturalists:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.

Plymouth. Best for
kids 2 ½-4 years old. Held rain
or shine so dress appropriately.
Must be accompanied by adult.
To register call 892-2255.

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club: Seranya Studios,
Plymouth, 1611 Eastern Ave.
10:00am-12:30pm. Free! Bring
your projects. 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
TOPS Chapter 1532
Plymouth: Generations 1500
Douglas Dr. In the craft room.
Weigh in 4:15pm; Meeting at
4:30pm. Call Linda at 980-1932
for more details.
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:
Plymouth Alliance Church,
1203 Fairview Dr. Plymouth.
11am 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. 876-2554
New Found Freedom
Group Step Study Meeting:,
1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St.
Sheboygan, 6:30pm. Discussing
steps 4 thru 12 of the program

Alcoholics Anonymous. 920-
207-8453
Wisconsin Region of Narcotics
Anonymous Thursday Night
Step Study:. Riteway Club,
4627 S. 12th St. Sheboygan.
6pm 920-452-3375 or 1-888-
611-1813
Love in the Name of Christ
Clearinghouse: 10am-2pm.
Are you in need of help? Call
Love INC at 920-783-6701,
press 2 for “Neighbor in Need”.
Watercolor Artists:
Generations, 1500 Douglas Dr.
Plymouth. 9am-1pm. A great
resource for new painters. 892-
4858
Sheboygan Falls Food Pantry:
529 Giddings Ave. 9-11am.
Serving Sheboygan Falls,
Oostburg, Waldo & Howards
Grove. May use once a month.
917-2235
Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at
9:00am. Meeting at 9:30am.

Customer Service at 1-800-651-
6000.
Al-non Meeting: First United
Lutheran Church, 2401 Kohler
Memorial Dr. Sheboygan. 7pm
GriefShare: Evangelical
Free Church 1710 N 15th
St., Sheboygan, 6:30-8pm.
A support group for those
grieving the loss of a loved one.
452-6520
Calvary Lutheran Church
Food Pantry: 2132 N. 27th
St. Sheboygan. 9am-noon.
Everyone from Sheboygan
county is welcome. 458-4822
SCIO Farmers Market:
Fairfield Plaza, 2133 Eastern
Ave. Plymouth. Noon-5:30pm
457-7272

**EVERY THURSDAY**
**Oct 4 Oct 25**
Lorelei & Hugh Make Art
with You: Plymouth Arts
Center, 520 E. Mill St. 10-
10:45am. Caregiver and Toddler
class, ages 1-3 years.

**1st THURSDAY**

Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Support Group: HSHS
St. Nicholas Hospital, 3100
Superior Ave. Sheboygan. 920-
451-7265. 7pm
Teen and Tween Games:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 3-4pm. Board and
card games and snacks. For
youths entering grades 6-12.

**1ST & 3RD THURSDAY**
Story Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 40 Pine St.
Stories, songs and fun with
Nano. 10:30am. 876-2554.

**2nd & 4th THURSDAY**
Toddler Time: Elkhart Lake
Public Library, 40 Pine St.
10am Music, puppets, blocks,
and books. 876-2554

**4TH THURSDAY**
Sheboygan County Low
Vision Group: Sheboygan
Senior Center, 428 Wisconsin
Ave. 1pm This support group is
available for visually impaired
individuals. The Plymouth

Lions Club will provide a driver
if you need assistance. Call the
Senior Activity Center at 459-
3290 or Jerry Kolar at 892-8888
Lakeshore Garden Club:
1-3:15pm. For more information
and location call Doris Weber at
467-3266

**EVERY FRIDAY**
Samaritan’s Hand Faith
Based AODA Support
Meeting: 1714 N 8th St.,
Sheboygan or New Life Church,
601 Eastern Ave. Plymouth.
Doors open at 6:30pm Meeting
starts at 7pm and lasts as long as
needed. 254-6922
Weight Watchers Sheboygan
Deer Trace: 4065 State Hwy
28, Kohler. Registration at
11:30am. Meeting at noon.
Customer Service at 1-800-651-
6000.
From the Streets to the Seats-
Narcotics Anonymous: Salem
UCC, 217 Salem Dr. Plymouth.
8pm. 920-889-7348
Autumn OWLS: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan.
8:30am Older, Wiser, Livelier,
Seniors will delve into a variety
of fascinating environmental
topics. Participants spend 50%
outdoors, may get dirty. Dress
for outdoors. 920-459-3906

**1ST & 3RD FRIDAY**
St Mark Food Pantry: 1019
N 7th St. Sheboygan. 9:30-
11:00am. Photo ID and current
Address is required. 458-4343

**3RD FRIDAY**
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group:
JMKAC, 608 New York Ave.,
Sheboygan. 1-2:30pm Call
Tanya at 918-8169 or Mary at
452-2229.

SEPT. 20-26
9th Annual Paint the Town, En
Plein Air: Artists paint in the
communities of Plymouth and
Sheboygan Falls. 920-892-8409

SEPT. 21-23
Fall Festival: M&T’s
Gibbsville Orchard, N3322
Hwy 32 Gibbsville. Live music,
pony rides, Clydesdale wagon
rides & More! 564-2944

Friday
September 21

Birding by Canoe: 1pm. Canoe
from Esslingen Park to the 8th
Street Boat Launch. Contact
Camp Y-Koda at 467-6882.
Soaring Hawks Nature
Storytime: : Ice Age Visitor
Center (Located off Hwy 67
half mile west of Dundee). 9:30-
10:30am. Explore the high flying lives of hawks. Best for
3-6 year olds. 920-533-8322.
Comedian Scott Long:
Rumors, N7454 Summit Rd.
Plymouth (formerly Crystal
Lake Inn) 8pm

SEPT. 22-23

Sundance Farm Horse Trials:
N6329 Branch Road, Plymouth.
8am on Saturday, 8:30am
Sunday. Jumping, cross country
jumping. Free admission.
Everyone Welcome!

Saturday
September 22

Shifting Sands: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 9-11am.
Investigate the uniqueness
of the parks dunes. Explore
through seven stations of play
and experiments. Meet at the
bathhouse. 451-4080
Universe in the Park:
Kohler-Andrae State Park.
7:30pm. Meet at Sanderling
Nature Center. Following a
short presentation, a telescope
is set up to view whatever
astronomical objects are
available. 451-4080.
Free Square Dance: PHS
Cafeteria, 6:30-8pm. For more
information please call 920-
395-3790.
Amazing Forest Animals
Nature Program: : Ice Age
Visitor Center (Located off Hwy
67 half mile west of Dundee).
10-11:30am. Learn about the
characteristics mammals share.
Best for kids 6-12. 920-533-
8322.
5th Blue Harbor Craft Beer
Festival: Blue Harbor Resort
& Conference Center, 725 Blue
Harbor Dr. Sheboygan. More
than 30 local, national and
international breweries.
4-H Youth Association End
of Year Bonfire: 4-H Camp
Riverside. 6pm. 920-459-5900.
7th Annual Chuck & Caroline
Zorn Memorial Trap Shoot:
Heritage Club, Hwy 67, Elkhart
Lake. 10am. Raffles.
Random Lake Area Chamber
of Commerce Fall Festival:
Down Town Random Lake.
11am-4pm. Kids Zone, hay
rides, boat rides, craft vendors,
live music, bag toss tournament.
14th Annual Laughter In
The Woods: Camp Anokijig,
W5639 Anokijig Lane,
Plymouth. Doors open at
5:30pm, Laughter and Dinner
at 6:30pm. For reservation call
920-893-0782.

Sunday
September 23

Garden Tractor Pulls: Racers
Hall, W4408 CTH C, Plymouth.
1pm. Free admission. Food &
beverages served outside. 892-
6900.
Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis 19th
Annual Packer Pig Roast:
The Village at 170, 170 Range
Line Rd. Kohler. 11am. Silent
auction, raffles.
Kick-off Rally for 40 Days for
Life: Knights of Columbus Hall,
833 Center Ave. Sheboygan.
4-5:40pm Contact Germaine
Souik, 920-458-9120.
10th Annual Plymouth Lions
Club Tailgate Party: Amore

& Antonio’s, 18 W. Mill St.
Plymouth. 12pm Green Bay vs
Washington.
Camp Anokijig Fallapalooza:
W5639 Anokijig Lane,
Plymouth. 9:30am-2:30pm. All
you can eat breakfast fixin’s.
Fishing, boating, crafts, archery,
kids horse rides and more! 920-
893-0782.
PHS Homecoming Volleyball/
Powder Puff Tournaments:
Plymouth High School. Boys
volleyball tournament will be
held in the gym at 3:15pm.
Girls Powder Puff Football
Tournament begins at 5:15 on
the football field.

Monday
September 24

Blood Drive: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern
Ave. Plymouth. Noon-5pm.
Each donation will receive a
voucher for a free Admiral’s
Hockey Ticket, as long as
supplies last. 1-877-232-4376
Cedar Grove Parkinson’s
Support Group Meeting:
Cedar Grove Library. 131 Van
Altena Ave. 6:30-8pm. Laurie
Couillard from Wisconsin
Parkinson Association will
speak. 414-312-6990.
4-H Horse & Pony Project
Youth Committee Meeting:
UW-Extension, 5 University
Dr. Sheboygan 6pm. 920-459-
5900
4-H Horse & Pony Project
Committee Meeting: UW Extension, 5 University Dr.
Sheboygan 6:30pm. 920-459-
5900

Tuesday
September 25
Plymouth Art Rocks Open
House: Plymouth Arts Center,
520 E. Mill St. 4-7pm. Free Paint
a Rock project. All supplies
included. Complimentary
refreshments. 892-8409
Lunch N Learn: Ellwood H.
May Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd, Sheboygan. Noon.
Sam Gappmayer, of JMKAC
will discuss the center’s new
Art Preserve and upcoming
exhibits. Bring a lunch.
Maywood will provide coffee,
tea, water and dessert. 920-459-
3906.
Chili Supper: St. Paul’s
Christian Church. 4-7pm. One
mile north of the marsh on CTH
J.

Wednesday
September 26

Ice Age Trekkers: Meet
at CTH P (located south of
Glenbeulah). 6-7:30pm. A 3.45
mile hike along the Ice Age
National Scenic Trail. 920-533-
8322.
Corn Silage Dry Down
Days: Country Visions Coop,
10am-2pm. 1185 Willow Rd,
Plymouth. 920-459-5900

Thursday
September 27

Stroke Support Group for
Survivors and Caregivers:
First Congregational Church
UCC, 310 Bluff Ave.
Sheboygan.1:30-2:30pm. 920-
458-1636
Global Health – Progress
and Challenges presented
by Dr. Anne Dressel, UWMilwaukee: Mead Public
Library, 710 N. 8th St.
Sheboygan, Rocca Room.
6.:30pm. 459-3400 ext. 3400

Friday
September 28

9th Annual Paint the Town, En
Plein Air Reception: Plymouth
Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St.
Silent auction and gala. 920-
892-8409.
Plymouth High School
Homecoming Brat Fry: Finke
Field Concession Stand, 4:30-
9pm. Parade downtown at
4:15pm. Game at 7pm.
Riverview Middle School
Open House: 5-6:30pm. Built
in 1933.
Adventure Ropes Course:
Plymouth High School. 5-7pm
892-5068, ext. 1054
RSVP for ‘Smart’ World to be
held on October 2: Plymouth
High School, 125 Highland
Ave. Learn about safety in our
electronic world. 892-5068.
Little Naturalists: Meyer Park,
Plymouth. 10-11am. Best for
kids 2 ½-4 years old. Held rain
or shine so dress appropriately.
Must be accompanied by adult.
To register call 892-2255.
Sheboygan Visual Artists
Final Fridays Launches
New Season: 1207 Erie Ave.,
Sheboygan, 6-9pm. Artwork
created by new members will
be showcased. Free admission,
complimentary snacks, casual
to creative attire, beverages
and live music. Contact info@
sheboyganvisualartists.com
with questions.

Saturday
September 29

PDTR IRA Sprints, WIMS
Sprints and Wingless Sprints:
Sheboygan County Fair Park.

Pits open 3pm. Championship
night for PDTR 360 Sprints.
Sssssnakes Fall Drop In: : Ice
Age Visitor Center (Located
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee). 10am-2pm. Learn
the facts and the habitats where
snakes live. Everyone is invited.
920-533-8322.
Four by Four: Weill Center
for the Performing Arts, 826 N.
8th St., Sheboygan. 7:30pm. A
tribute to music of The Beatles,
Beach Boys, Bee Gees and
Motown. 920-208-3243
Quilts for All Seasons Quit
Show: Sheboygan Christian
High, 929 Greenfield Ave.
Sheboygan. 9am-4pm. Vendors,
raffle, lunch on site.
Big Sit Birding Event: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 7am. Meet at
outdoor shelter next to Parking
Lot 8. Bring your lawn chairs,
insect repellant, sunscreen,
binoculars and field guides if
you have them. 451-4080
Noon Bird Banding: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 7am. Meet at
outdoor shelter next to Parking
Lot 8. Sheboygan Audubon
Society will set up mist nets and
bring birds back to the shelter
to identify, weigh, measure and
band before releasing them.
451-4080
Noon Bird Hikes: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 8am. Meet at
outdoor shelter next to Parking
Lot 8. Hikes will take place on
the hour every hour to various
park locations. Bring binoculars
and field guides if available.
451-4080
Dutch Oven Cooking: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 11:30am.
Meet at Park amphitheater.
Enjoy some samples. 451-
4080.
Geocaching 101 Plus: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 2pm. Meet
at Park amphitheater for brief
introduction and then its off in
search of caches. 451-4080.
Travel the Ice Age Trail:
Kohler-Andrae State Park.
7pm. Meet at Sanderling Nature
Center. 1000-mile footpath
that travels through glacial
landscapes and beautiful natural
areas. 451-4080.
Praise in the Park: Plymouth
City Park, Grove St. 12pm-
7pm. Christian Music Festival
featuring local bands.

Family Swim: Plymouth High
School Pool, 125 Highland
Ave. 2:30pm. Children must be
accompanied by adult. Bring
your own towels.

Monday
October 1

Registration due for
“Powerful Tools for
Caregivers” Workshops:
Aurora Sheboygan Medical
Center, 2629 N. 7th St. (Sunset
Conference Room) Sheboygan,
six consecutive Fridays from
9:30am-12:30pm (lunch is
provided) beginning on October
5. To register call 920-467-
4079.

Tuesday
October 2

Discovery Bird Hike: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 9am. Meet
at the closed gate just west
of the camp host sites. Wear
comfortable shoes and dress for
the weather. Bring binoculars
and bird guides if available. All
vehicles will need a state park
sticker. 920-451-4080.

Wednesday
October 3

Salad Luncheon: Salem
United Church of Christ,
Corner of Kensington and
Salem Dr. Plymouth. 11am-
1pm. Sponsored by Women’s
Civic Society of Plymouth.

Thursday
October 4

Media and Foreign Policy:
Mead Public Library, 710 N. 8th
St. Sheboygan, Rocca Room.
6.:30pm. 459-3400 ext. 3400

Friday
October 5
Friday Fish Fry: St. Peter
Claver Church, Van Treeck Hall,
1439 S. 12th St. Sheboygan.
4:30-7pm. Carry-outs available.
457-9408.
Night Eyes Nature Storytime:
Ice Age Visitor Center (Located
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee). 9:30-10:30am. Find

out what animals’ eyes are open
while ours are closed. Best for
3-6 year olds. 920-533-8322.
Dave Steffen Band: Rumors,
N7454 Summit Rd. Plymouth
(formerly Crystal Lake Inn)
8pm

Saturday
October 6

Discovery Bird Hike: Kohler-
Andrae State Park. 9am. Meet
at the closed gate just west
of the camp host sites. Wear
comfortable shoes and dress for
the weather. Bring binoculars
and bird guides if available. All
vehicles will need a state park
sticker. 920-451-4080.
Fall Candlelight Hike in the
Park: Kohler-Andrae State
Park. 6pm. Everyone is invited
to enjoy a fall evening hike at
Kohler-Andrae with family and
friends. Visitors are asked to
park in the picnic lots and walk
to the enclosed shelter. 920-
451-4080
Garden Tractor Pulls: Racers
Hall, W4408 CTH C, Plymouth.
1pm. Free admission. Food &
beverages served outside. 892-
6900
Tree Art Fall Drop In: Ice
Age Visitor Center (Located
off Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee). 10am-2pm. Leaf
printing, nut stamping, leaf
rubbing and more. Bring a
T-shirt or bandana. 920-533-
8322.
Too Cool: Rumors, N7454
Summit Rd. Plymouth (formerly
Crystal Lake Inn) 8pm
Fall Craft Sale: Aviation
Heritage Center, N6191
Resource Dr. Sheboygan Falls.
9am-2pm. Lunch is available
from 11am-1:30pm.
3rd Annual Scary Scurry 5K
Run: Lakeside Park, Fond
du Lac, 8:30am. Kids 1/3 & 1
mile races begin at 10am. bit.ly/
scaryscurry5K-2018.
Tilly’s Pit Crew Pit Bull
Awareness Day: Harbor
Lights, 434 Pennsylvania Ave.
Sheboygan. Noon-3pm. Dog
walk begins at noon. Vendors,
raffles, food trucks.


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