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This Week: Get out your crayons and markers for a local Coloring Book Launch, dig out your paddles for a Kayak Trip, take a swing at 2 new mini golf courses, and keep your stuffies at home while you Read to REAL animals!
This Weekend: It's Discount Days at Breaker Bay! Plus, channel John Denver at an outdoor concert with Music in the Park, hang out with Alpacas, celebrate healthy kids at Tri-County Kids Day complete with inflatable bouncers, kid's train & race trucks, and learn the rules of the road with Bike Safety Day!
Ages: Especially designed for Toddlers and their grown ups,
Join us every Tuesday at Above and Beyond Children's Museum to explore science and art with your child! Explore, discover, create together! Program is free with admission. Admission is $6/person, Under the age of 2 is free.
Come to Camp Y-Koda for a great kayaking experience. After a brief introduction to the basics of kayaking, we will embark on a journey down the Sheboygan River beginning at camp and ending at the Sheboygan Falls YMCA. All skill levels are welcome on this fun trip down the river. Parents or other adult family members are welcome to drop their child off or kayak along with them. Please drop children off at camp by 3:00pm, pick them up at the Sheboygan Falls YMCA at 5:30pm. If you kayak with your child, we will provide a shuttle back to your vehicle at
Katherine English, in partnership with the Innovator Fellowship at Jake’s Café and the Sheboygan Children’s Museum, invites you to the coloring book launch of Color Me Sheboygan, a coloring book dedicated to promoting creativity and celebrating our community!J oin us to help color the first copy of Color Me Sheboygan Coloring Book while hearing from the people that made this project possible. Complimentary admission, cake, and refreshments provided. Free Admission.
Riverview golf course open to public! Riverview Middle School seventh-graders invite the public to experience the two 18-hole mini-golf courses they have constructed as a yearlong project. The public is invited to play from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, June 1. Suggested donation is $1 per course, to fund future projects. Water will be available for purchase.
On the first Thursday of the month, join the Chilton Public Library as we Read to the Animals at Eastshore Humane Association (Chilton).Help the shelter animals get accustomed to people. Join us for stories at the shelter; plus learn how you can participate in Read to the Animals on your own. This program helps nervous fur friends get acquainted with human interaction, plus encourages inspiring and struggling readers. We sit among many free roaming kitties while listening to stories read by the Chilton Public Library Librarian, plus you get the chance to read to the animals as well. Free.
Tri-County Kids followers are invited to a splashing good time at Breaker Bay at Blue Harbor Resort for Discount Days! Just print out or show this flyer at the entrance for your discount!Download Discount Flyer Here.
Live Music: Red Star Express! Purveyors of "Newtongrass" - their own brand of bluegrass, featuring harmony vocals, banjo, fiddle, guitar, harmonica, upright bass and mandolin. We play bluegrass, Gospel and Americana music. Come out and eat some pizza with us! Bring your picnic blanket and settle in for a country evening filled with music and a variety of freshly-made wood-fired pizza and live music at Grassway Organics! All the meats come from Grassway Organics and all vegetables come from Park Ridge Organics – all local, fresh, delicious, and fun! The crusts are always hand crafted and there is also a Gluten free option. We also serve our hand crafted beer that was brewed exclusively for Grassway in partnership with Rowlands Brewing company. We also carry a hard cider and plenty of kid friendly drinks. Please feel free to bring your own if you have a particular taste.These fun evening are open to all ages, with free admission! Pizzas cost around $20.We start serving our wood fired pizzas at 4:30pm and usually stop taking orders by 8:00pm. Free Admission.
Kids Day Tri-County 2017 is dedicated to the children of the tri-county area and will include health and safety tips, fire prevention, scoliosis screenings, and FUN! FREE inflatable bouncers, face painting, race truck, games, fire truck, music, hair coloring, squad car, Grand Kids Express train, ambulance, upon others. There will be a special appearance by local sports team mascot. Food and Refreshments. 20 brand new bicycles will be given away **This event is not affiliated with Tri-County Kids.com Free Admission.
A FREE drop-in event for cyclists of all skill levels. Get your bike registered with the village! Test your skills in a variety of obstacle courses! Talk with a police officer about rules of the road. Receive a FREE bicycle inspection, free helmet, and bike accessory. Soda and chips to be supplied after the day’s events. Please bring your bicycle, helmet, and water bottle. Free.
Join us for a special sneak peek at the Manitowoc Family Aquatic Center before the official opening weekend! The Manitowoc Family Aquatic Center & Mini Golf Course is a one-stop facility, which will offer a fun-filled day for your entire family! The Manitowoc Family Aquatic Center, which opened in the summer of 2010, boasts a heated pool, various spray features and two water slides, a diving board, lazy river, and a sand play area. In the summer of 2014, an 18 hole mini golf course was built on the property.
Kohler-Andrae State Park welcomes back singer, songwriter, entertainer and recording artist Brett Hall for an evening of John Denver music. These days he has combined his love of camping and the outdoors with his love of music by playing stage and amphitheaters in Wisconsin state parks. Family friendly program; children must be accompanied by an adult. Meet at the park amphitheater. Free.
This is a free, family-friendly event. Come out to see, pet, feed, and interact with our friendly alpacas. We are excited about the baby alpacas that will be here, too. There is nothing cuter than a baby alpaca! Many vendors featuring alpaca fiber work and food for sale. A non-perishable food item to donate to the local food pantry would be appreciated.. Free.
Ages: All Ages, recommended School-age children or older
Vintage displays, antique artifacts, a diorama of old New Holstein, New Holstein Civil War soldiers exhibit, streets of New Holstein vignettes, the Fenn Button Collection, Turnverein and Schutzenverein memorabilia and much more. The museum is open Saturdays and Sundays, May through October, from 1-4pm or by appointment (920-989-5746).Single site or combo site (Pioneer Corner Museum and Timm House) admission fee applies .Free.