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MONTHLY ACTIVITIES –
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)
5,10,15Sheepshead:Wednesday
& Friday 8am. Tuesday 12:30pm.
Card Making: Meets 4th
Wednesdayofeverymonthat1pm.
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

MONTHLY ACTIVITIES –
MEAD PUBLIC LIBARARYSHEBOYGAN: Mead Public
Library has announced its events
and classes for February, 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, Feb. 16: Join
the Schlitz Audubon Nature
Center for a reading of the
book “Screech Owl at Midnight
Hollow,” followed by a visit from
a live Eastern Screech Owl in the
Rocca Room at Mead Public
Library. Tickets will be given

out at 8:30 a.m. in the Children’s
Library on a first-come, firstserved basis. Recommended for
ages 3-6. Call 459-3400, ext.
3404, for more information.
Saturday, Feb. 16: Learn
about and meet live owls from
the Schlitz Audubon Nature
Center in the Rocca Room at
Mead Public Library. Tickets
will be given out at 10 a.m. in
the Children’s Library on a firstcome, first-served basis. For
ages 7 and up. Recommended
for ages 3-6. Call 459-3400,
ext. 3404, for more information.
Sunday, Feb. 17: Join Mead
Public Library’s “Let’s Dish!
Cookbook Club” and prepare
and share recipes from a featured
cookbook from 1:30-3 p.m. in
the Rocca Room. Copy a recipe
from the selected cookbook and
come prepared to share samples.
This month’s selection is “The
Pioneer Woman Cooks,” by
Ree Drummond. Registration
required at the www.
meadpl.org events calendar.
Tuesday, Feb. 19: Is your New
Year’s resolution to create a
better budget already showing
cracks? Bring in your budget
and let professionals from the
Sheboygan Area Credit Union
help you refine it from 6-7 p.m.
in The Loft at Mead Public
Library. For more information,
call 459-3400, ext. 3422.
Thursday, Feb. 21: Join
scientists from MilliporeSigma
as they lead hands-on science
experiments that explore water
filtration from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
in the Imaginarium at Mead
Public Library. Registration
is required at the www.
meadpl.org events calendar.
Tuesday, Feb. 26: Teens and
adults can drop in and build
with LEGO Architecture
kits from 4-7:30 p.m. in the
Imaginarium at Mead Public
Library. For more information,
call 459-3400, ext. 3422.
Tuesday, Feb. 26: Join awardwinning

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.
Thursday, Feb. 28: 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. and
will feature a special preview
performance of the Theater for
Young Audiences production of
“Junie B. Jones.” Call 459-3400,
ext. 3404, for more information.

ELKHART LAKE
PUBLIC LIBARARY:
Every Wednesday: 40 Pine
Street, P.O. Box 387. 10:00
a.m. Coffee hour and book chat.

Loving Life and Chocolate:
All February: Countryside
Manor, 4228 Kadlec Drive,
Sheboygan. February is the
perfect month to find out why
we love life at countryside.
Sweeten your day with a tour
of our community and receive
a box of delicious chocolates
to take home. See, taste,
and savor the sweet life at
countryside. Call to schedule
your tour, 920-471-0579.

Friends of Peace
Park Sheboygan:
February and March: 3rd and
Michigan Ave. at Broughton
Drive. Time varies depending
on the time you want to commit.
Founded in 2015, volunteer to
help the park. Tend to gardens
by watering, weeding, planting,
fundraising, marketing,
planning peace events or

attending monthly meetings.
www.sheboyganpeacepark.
org for more information.
peaceparkssheboygan@gmail.
com or call Claudi at 920-457-
0525 or Mary 920-452-6955.

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, 452-5173.
www.sheboygancoalateen.
weebly.com
Week-End Working Families
Food Pantry: Sheboygan
Christian High, 929 Greenfield Ave., Sheboygan. From
9am until gone. Photo ID
and proof of employment required. Will receive 6 month
membership card. 458-8482
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 atThe Salvation
Army. Everyone is welcome!
Plymouth Food Pantry: 2225
Eastern Ave. 10am-12pm. For
Elkhart Lake and Plymouth
school districts. Questions,
call Food Pantry 893-2989.

**1ST & 3RD SATURDAY**

Stroke Support Group for
Survivors and Caregivers:
First Congregational UCC
Church, 310 Bluff Ave.
Sheboygan. 10-11am. 458-1636
SCIO Winter Farmers
Market: First Congregational
Church UCC, 310 Bluff Ave.
Sheboygan. 9am-1pm. 457-7272

**3RD SATURDAY**
Lakeshore Miniature Makers
Meeting: Sheboygan Falls
Library basement, 330 Buffalo
St., 9am-3pm. Elaine, 452-4798
Meat Raffle: Fudgienuckles
Sports Bar & Grill, 133 W.
Main St. Glenbeulah. 526-3511

**4TH SATURDAY**
LEGO Club: Plymouth Public
Library, 130 Division St. 10:00-
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**
Men Living Free from Lust:
Weekly support & accountability
in a confidential setting. Call
207-3665 for information.

**3RD SUNDAY**
GI Breakfast: American
Legion Post 243, 40
Stafford St. Plymouth. 8amnoon. All you can eat.

**EVERY MONDAY**
Post-Partum Mother’s

Support Group: Labor of
Love Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
Samaritan’s Hand Call
to Freedom Bible Study:
1714 N 8th St Sheboygan.
6:30-8pm. 920-254-6922 or
www.samaritanshand.org
Back to Basics Group: 6pm First
United Lutheran Church, 2401
Kohler Memorial Dr. Sheboygan.
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
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

**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.
St. Peter Claver Food Pantry:
1439 S. 12th St. Sheboygan.
9-10:30am. Photo ID & proof
on income is required. 457-9408
between 7:30am-3:30pm only.

** 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
The Welcome Table: Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 1808
Eastern Ave., Plymouth, 5:30-

6:30pm. Free community
sponsored fellowship and food
evening open to all. Doors
open at 4:45. 920-207-2705.
Plymouth Food Pantry:
2225 Eastern Ave. 2-5pm. For
Elkhart Lake and Plymouth
school districts. Questions,
call Food Pantry 893-2989.
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
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
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
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.

**EVERY TUESDAY**
Concordia German Singing
Society of Sheboygan
Rehearsal: 1130 N. 9th Street,
Sheboygan. 7pm. Call Ted at 920-
803-0350 for more information.

**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

**3RD TUESDAY**
Sheboygan County Family
Caregiver Support Group:
Aging & Disability Resource
Center, 650 Forest Ave.,
Sheboygan Falls 1:30-3pm.

For family caregivers only.
467-4100 or 459-1919.
Early Stage Alzheimer’s
Support Group: St. Paul
Lutheran Church, 730
Cty. Rd. PPP, Sheboygan
Falls, 2:30-3:30pm. For
the individual & caregiver.
Connie, 284-6584 connie.
thimmig@azuramemory.com
Bethany Reformed New Day
Meals: 1315 Washington Ave.
Sheboygan. 5-6:30pm. Hot
meal served. 920-452-0051

**4TH TUESDAY**
Alzheimer’s Association
Caregiver Support Group:
Sheboygan County Aging and
Disability Resource Center,
650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan
Falls. 5:30-7:30pm 457-4182
Adult Book Discussions:
Plymouth Public Library, 130
Division St. 10am. Focus:
Non-Fiction. 892-4416

**EVERY WEDNESDAY**
Oneighty Youth Service: Word
of Grace Community Church,
837 Buffalo, Sheboygan Falls,
6:30pm. www.wogcc.com
Our Journey of Hope Cancer
Care Ministry: infohcc@
charter.net 920-254-1762.
Domestic & Sexual
Abuse Women’s Support
Group: Labor of Love
Counseling & Education
Center, 1020 Superior Ave.,
Sheboygan, 10am. 226-9599
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: 1907 Club, 2908 N 21st
St. Sheboygan. 9:30-10:30am.
Discovering our real identities
& from living with alcoholism
of a family dysfunction
as a child. 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
Samaritan’s Hand Bible Study:
1714 N 8th St Sheboygan. 6:30-
8pm. Questions call 254-6922.
TOPS Chapter 0795
Oostburg: Oostburg Civic
Center, 213 N 8th St. Conference
Room. Weigh in at 5:45pm.
Meeting at 6:15pm 564-2934
Back to Basics Group:
1907 Club, 2908 N. 21st St.,
Sheboygan. 9:30am 457-9633
First Things First Group: Falls
Community Church, 633 Buffalo
St. Sheboygan Falls. 6pm
WITTS AA: 1907
Club, 2908 N. 21st St.,
Sheboygan. 8pm. 457-9633
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
The Sharing Closet: St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church, 312
E. Main St. Plymouth. 9amnoon or by appointment.
Accepting donations of medical
equipment and medical supplies
and lending donations to the
community (bandages, beds,
crutches, hospital beds, toilet
risers, wheelchairs, etc.)
Equipment is on loan at no
charge to anyone in need.
Overeaters Anonymous:
Redeemer Lutheran Church,
1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth.
5:30-6:30pm. 920-910-6656
Grief Share: Hope Community
Church, 2916 S. 11th St.
Sheboygan. 6:30pm infohcc@
charter.net. 920-254-1762.
Our Journey of Hope
Cancer Care Ministry: Hope
Community Church, 2916 S.
11th St. Sheboygan. 6:30pm
Wednesday Evening Meals:
Hingham Reformed Church,
W4390 Church Rd. 5:45pm.
Join us for an evening meal
and fellowship. 920-564-2879

**1ST&3RD WEDNESDAY**
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
**3RD WEDNESDAY**
Crohns & Colitis IBD Support
Group: Baymont Inn & Suites
Meeting Room, 678 Walton
Dr., Plymouth, 6:30pm. For
those who suffer from Crohn’s
or Ulcerative Colitis. Call
Loree Shriver, 414-630-4775
People with Disabilities: 806 N.
8th St., Sheboygan, 3-5pm. People
with disabilities come together to
discuss problems and concerns.
All are welcome! Pat, 395-1271
Nicks Group: St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church, 312 E. Main
St. Plymouth. 6-7:30pm. For
anyone who has lost someone
to addiction. 892-4894.

**4TH WEDNESDAY**
“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
& Information Evening
Group: Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice. W2850
State Rd 28, Sheboygan
Falls, 10:30am-12:00pm.
Everyone welcome. Contact
Marianne Brandt at 467-1800
or mbrandt.ssrhospicehome.org
Sheboygan County Writers
Club: Sheboygan Falls Memorial
Library, 330 Buffalo St. 5:30-
7:30pm. Free and Open to all.
Little Naturalists: Generations,
1500 Douglas Dr. 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.
Not held in December or March

**LAST WEDNESDAY**
Sheboygan Sudzzers
Homebrew Club: 8th Street
Ale Haus, 7pm. If you are a
home brewer or are interested
in brewing beer, please join us!
www.sheboygansudzzers.org
COPD Support Group:
Lutheran Church of Our
Redeemer, 3027 Wilgus
Ave, Sheboygan, 1pm.
Beverly Behnke, 698-2263

**EVERY THURSDAY**
Twisted Sisters Needlework
Club: Seranya Studios,
Plymouth, 1611 Eastern

Ave.Free!CallTOPS 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
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”.
WatercolorArtists:Generations,
1500 Douglas Dr. Plymouth.
9am-1pm. A great resource
for new painters. 892-4858
North Side Christian Food
Pantry: 2133 N. 22nd St.
Sheboygan. 12:30-2pm. Contact
Barb or Mary at 458-7070
Calvary Lutheran Church
Food Pantry: 2132 N. 27th
St.2 JANUARYSheboygan.5, 20199am-| THEnoon.
Everyone from Sheboygan
county is welcome. 458-4822
Sheboygan Falls Food
Pantry: 529 Giddings Ave.
9-11am. Serving Sheboygan
Falls, Oostburg, Waldo &
Howards Grove. May use
once a month. 917-2235
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

Faith Based AODA
Support Meeting: 837
Buffalo St. Sheboygan Falls.
6:30-8pm. 920-254-6922.
**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.
Stroke Support Group for
Survivors and Caregivers: First
Congregational Church UCC,
310 Bluff Ave. Sheboygan, Room
#2 North Door. 1:30-2:30pm.
Edwin Steffes BS, OMC Stroke
Survivor and Diana Kirschbaum
BS, MVS Caregiver. 920-458-
1636 or artandme82@att.net

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

**3RD THURSDAY**
“Cup of Hope” Grief Support
Evening Group: Sharon
S. Richardson Community
Hospice. W2850 State
Rd 28, Sheboygan Falls,
6-7:30pm. Contact Marianne
Brandt at 920-467-7950 or
mbrandt.ssrhospicehome.org
Between the Lakes Muskies:
Bummy’sHaus,1209Millersville
Ave., Howards Grove. 6:30pm.
Plymouth Optimist Club
Meeting: Racers Hall,
W4408 County Road
C, Plymouth. 6:30pm
St. Peter Lutheran Church

Community Meal: 2104
Geele Ave. Sheboygan.
5:30-6:30pm 452-4771
**EVERY FRIDAY**
Samaritan’s Hand Faith Based
AODA Support Meeting:
1714 N 8th St., Sheboygan.
Doors open at 6:30pm Meeting
starts at 7pm and lasts as
long as needed. 254-6922
Overeaters Anonymous:
New Holstein Public
Library, 2115 Washington St.
11am-noon. 920-418-1778
From the Streets to the
Seats-Narcotics Anonymous:
Salem UCC, 217 Salem Dr.
Plymouth. 8pm. 920-889-7348
OWLS: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Rd. Sheboygan. 8:30-
10:30am Older, Wiser, Livelier,
Seniors will improve skills
in becoming a naturalist with
hands-on activities. Indoor and
outdoor activities. Advanced
registration at 920-459-3906 or
Maywood@sheboyganwi.gov
**1ST & 3RD FRIDAY**
St Mark Food Pantry: 1019
N 7th St. Sheboygan. 9:30-
11:00am. Photo ID and current

**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.
Atrium Acoustic Open Jam:
St. Dominic Parish, 21st &
Geele Ave. Sheboygan. 6-10pm.
Musicians, singers, play the
music you enjoy. Open to all
ages. Atrium doors a located
between church and school.
Bring a snack to share. Contact
Beth at 458-2425 or 698-2841.
2554

Friday-Sunday

Rose FebruaryAnd Walsh, 8-17The Fires
and Foibles of Enduring Love:
Memories, 1077 Lake Drive,
Port Washington. Make your
night special with a Celebration
Packages, includes a bottle of
wine or champagne, flowers,
and cupcakes. Reservations:
www.memorialballroon.
com 262-284-6850.

Sunday
February 10

Whitetail Bowhunters
Club 3rd Annual Brat Fry:
Whitetail Bowhunters Club,
Cty. M, Johnsonville. 10am.
Serving steaks, hamburgers,
Johnsonville brats, grilled
chicken breast, potato salad,
beans. Carry-outs available.
Turkey, hams, and other raffles!
Public welcome! 467-4434.
Soup Extravaganza: American
Legion Auxiliary Unit 243,
40 Stafford Street, Plymouth.
11am-2pm. All you can eat,
chilim Idaho Baked Potato,
Chick & Dumpling, Gluten free
Idaho Baked Potato. Includes
cheese, crackers, dessert and
beverage, carry outs available.
RSVP due for Shoreline
Woman’s Club Meeting Feb.
14: Sheboygan Yacht Club, 214
Pennsylvania Avenue. Noon.
Lunch will be served, please
wear RED and bring a WHITE
donation, a program will
follow, guests always welcome.
Call 920-457-3759 to RSVP.
Snowmobile Races: Ranger
Park, Plymouth Hwy 57 & CTY
C East of Fleet Farm. Practice
9am racing to follow. For race
admission and more information
see www.plymouthsnowrangers.
com or call 920-918-4043
AFS Student Presentations:
Generations, 1500 Douglas

Drive. 3:30pm. Foreignexchange students attending
Plymouth High School will
talk about the countries of
Spain, Japan, and Netherlands.
Monday-Saturday
FallsFebruaryin Love: 11-16For each
purchase made at Lorraine
Salon, Spa, Boutique, Corner
Studio Jewelers, Bread and
Bean Eatery, Firehouse Pizza,
Heavenly Soups, and Blattner’s
Grocery Store a percentage will
go to Love INC Clearinghouse
Ministry, to support our neighbors
in need. 920-783-6701. www.
loveincsheboygancounty.org

Friday-Saturday
February 15-23

Moon Over Buffalo A Madcap
Comedy: Sheboygan Theatre
Company, Horace Mann
Middle School, 2820 Union
Ave. Sheboygan. 7:30pm. Box
offce opens 45 min. before
curtain. 920-459-3779 or
sheboygantheatrecompany.com

Friday
February 15

Whose tracks are these?
Nature Storytime: Ice Age
Visitor Center (Located off
Hwy 67 half mile west of
Dundee). 9:30-10:30am.
Explore the woods and fields for
animal tracks. 920-533-8322.
Parent’s Night Out: Above &
Beyond Children’s Museum,
902 N. 8th Street, Sheboygan.
6-8pm. Staff and volunteers
will provide entertainment and
snacks for the children while
you enjoy a night out in town
and special discounts offered
by participating restaurants.
Prices and registration
information at www.abkids.org
Fantastic Friday: Roller

Skating and a Movie:
Sponsored by Plymouth
School District Community
Education & Recreation. Open
to all area students 4K-8th
Grade. Activities 9am-3:30pm
with care available 6am-6pm
at no additional charge. For
pricing see www.plymouth.k12.
wi.us commedrec@plymouth.
k12.wi.us, 920-892-5068.
Saturday
Volga GermansFebruaryin 16Sheboygan
County: Sheboygan County
Historical Museum, 3110 Erie
Avenue Sheboygan. 10-3pm.
Family Swim: Plymouth High
School pool, 125 Highland Ave.
1-2:30pm. Children must be
accompanied by an adult, bring
towels, one lap lane available.
Sponsored by Plymouth
Community Ed & Rec. www.
plymouth. k12. wi. us/ COM.
html commedrec@plymouth.
k12.wi.us 920-892-5068
Women Hiking Group, Hike –
Parnell Tower: Parnell Tower
Loop Trail (3.5 miles) Kettle
Moraine. 11am. Women of WI
who love to hike, this hike is
to celebrate Galentine’s Day –
an unofficial holiday all about
ladies celebrating ladies! https://
dnr.gov/topic/parks/name/kmn/
trails.html Open to people who
identify as a woman, of any age!
Sunday
19th AnnualFebruaryLove Bowls17 Soup
Extravaganza: Sheboygan
South High School, 10am-3pm.
Participants will be treated to
an assortment of soups, breads,
cookies and beverages, live
musical entertainment and
auctions. Ticket includes a
handmade Talavera bowl or
plate for each diner to take
home. Tickets available at

the door, proceeds benefit
Fresh Meals On Wheels
of Sheboygan County, Inc.
Teddy Bears and Tunes After-
Show Party: Above & Beyond
Children’s Museum, 902 N.
8th Street, Sheboygan. 3:45-
5pm. Following the Sheboygan
Symphony Orchestra’s Teddy
Bear and Tunes concert, will
be an “After-Party”. All ticket
holders to the concert will receive
FREE admission to the museum
after the show from 3:45-5pm.
35 Annual Wisconsin Coin
Expos LLC Convention:
Oshkosh Convention Center,
2 North Main Street, Oshkosh.
9am-4pm. 70 Tables featuring
dealers from across the
Midwest will be available
to buy, sell or trade U.S. or
world coins, gold, silver, paper
money and tokens. Bring your
own coins to sell or receive
appraisals. Free door prizes!
Tuesday
Full FebruaryMoon Walk:19 Forest
Headquarters (located off Cty
Rd. G South of Cty Rd. SS
near New Prospect). 6-7:30pm.
Walk the two mile trail around
Mauthe Lake under the light
of the full moon. Dress for
weather. Best for people over
the age of 8. 920-533-8322.
Game On: Generations, 1500
Douglas Dr. 2:30-5pm. 5th grade
through senior citizens. Games
such as chess, sheepshead,
ping pong, pool, Wii, dart ball,
board games and more. Snacks
available. Free, but anyone
other than Riverview students
should call to register. 892-4858.
Gentle Yoga and iRest
Meditation: Maywood
Environmental Park, 3615
Mueller Road, Sheboygan.
6-7pm. Cultivate resiliency and
enhance self-care through the
practice of yoga. Pregister by
February 11, 920-459-3906 or
maywood@sheboyganwi.gov
drop-ins welcomed. To learn more
about iRest, visit www.irest.us
Sheboygan Christian Women's
Brunch: Sheboygan Yacht Club,
214 Pennsylvania Ave. 9:30-
11am. Stonecroft speaker Anna
Marie Tornow from Wisconsin
Rapids, speaking on her
"Amazing Transformation from
the Inside Out." Community
special feature is Lee Ann
Raleigh from the Sheboygan
County United Way. Learn about
the ways they support our county!
Please RSVP to Ann at 920-457-
4318 or akeckonen@charter.net

Wednesday
Free FilmFebruary- "First20Man":
Plymouth High School
Auditorium, 125 Highland Ave.
6pm. This PG-13 movie looks
at the life of astronaut Neil
Armstrong and the legendary
space mission that led him to
become the first man to walk
the moon. www.plymouth.
k12.wi.us or 920-892-5068
Gottfried Presents Nature's
Second Chance: UW-Fond
du Lac, 400 University Drive,
Fond du Lac Room UC-114.
6:30pm. Join Gottfried Prairie
and Arboretum and author Steve
Apfelbaum as he dicusses his
personal experience of restoring
the ecology of his Wisconsin farm.
Thursday
AgronomyFebruaryDay: 215 Pillars Supper
Club, Random Lake. 10am
I am Enough…My Caregiving
Journey: Generations, 1500
Douglas Dr, Plymouth. 2-3pm.
UW Green Bay, Sheboygan
Campus, Wombat Room. 1
University Dr, Sheboygan.
6-7:30pm. Discuss the journey
of being a caregiver, ways
we can receive support,
guidance and renewal and
learn that I am Enough.
Reservations appreciated,
call Sharon S. Richardson
Community Hospice 920-467-
1800 or email community@
ssrhospicehome.org
Around Our Town - St. Vincent
de Paul: 2225 Eastern Ave.
5pm. A free behind-the-scenes
look at the recently expanded
St. Vincent de Paul facility,
as part of the Community
Education & Recreation
seres of field trips for adults.
Register at www.plymouth.
k12.wi.us or 920-892-5068
Friday
February 22Project Pink: Stefanie H. Weill
Center for the Performing Arts,
826 N. 8th street, Sheboygan.
7:30pm. Experience the sights,
sounds and intangible vibe of
Pink Floyd with North America’s
premier Pink Floyd tribute band.
Coffee Cadence with The
Michibago Music Teachers
Association: The HUB, 1611
Eastern Ave., Plymouth. All
are invited for coffee and chat.


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