About Us

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Nestled just west of Lake Michigan, and located an hour's drive through the countryside outside of some of Wisconsin's largest cities, lies our remarkable communities.

 

Our Tri-County area is made up of small towns and villages such as Kiel, New Holstein, Chilton, Plymouth, Howards Grove, Brillion, Elkhart Lake and the larger cities of Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Living here, we have easy highway access that connect our communities, giving us the opportunity to take advantage of classes, programs, festivals, and events from a variety of locations!

As  proud local parents, we love to share all our wonderful communities have to offer. We celebrate the individual spirit of each town and support collaborations and relationships that engage and entertain kids and their families.

 

Focusing on activities for families and kids from birth-12,

Tri-County Kids is your one-stop community guide!

 WlWelcome! We are your 

one-stop community guide

for family activities and information in the unique

Tri-County area of Northeastern Wisconsin ~

Calumet, Manitowoc, & Shebogyan Counties.

 

 

 WlOur Communities

Calumet, Manitowoc & Sheboygan Counties

 

 

A Welcome Note

As a busy mom on-the-go, I love looking for ways to keep my kids engaged and excited about their surroundings. The area we live in is unlike any other- we have easy, nearby access to so many different, unique communities, and a short car ride to events and activities is well worth it for a fun adventure!

 

As a newish member of this area, I realized I spent a lot of my time looking up various websites, community calendars, and local newspapers to try to piece together family fun days and activites. 

 

 

And so here we are! 

I hope you find this is a valuable resource for your communities.

If you see any of your favorite organizations or events missing, please 

send me a message.

 

Feel free to introduce yourself and say hello!

And please let me know what else you'd like to see on the site.

 

I am so glad you stopped by!


 

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Wouldn't it be easier if there was

one website I could click on

to see what was going on?

Stina