This Week: Camp Fires, Cooking, Explosions, Beasts, Super Heroes & More April 24- 30, 2017


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We've got camp fires, cooking, explosions, superhero's, beasts, art and more this week!

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Monday, April 24

Toddler Time New Holstein

10:00 – 10:30 am

Ages: 2 & Under

Stories, songs, rhymes, and finger plays for your toddlers at New Holstein Public Library. All ages welcome, with a focus on ages 2 and under. Free.

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Tuesday, April 25

Sheboygan County Family Nature Club: Camp Anokijig Plymouth

5:00 – 6:30 pm

Ages: All Ages

Riveredge Nature Center & Bookworm Gardens present the Family Nature Club! We’ll be helping Camp Anokijig with some service projects in honor of Earth Month! Trail clean-up, plantings, and other fun items to get camp ready for the spring and summer! We’ll end with a super special Camp Anokijig campfire from 6-6:30 PM. Expect lots of crazy Camp Anokijig fun as they lead us is songs and other special activities around a blazing fire. Please pre-register. Free.

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Wednesday, April 26

Little Naturalists Facilitated Playgroup – Plymouth

9:00 – 10:00 am

Ages: 2 1/2 to 4 years of age, accompanied by an adult

Little Naturalists is lead by district nutrition & wellness coordinator Carrie Caselton Lowe at Meyer Nature Park. Understanding that part of healthy growth comes from having plenty of time in nature, Little Naturalists intends to create space for families to explore, discover, and connect to nature with their little ones. Our young children’s imaginations and self-esteem soar in nature’s multisensory playground all while they get some physical activity. The sessions will begin with organized activities and end with unstructured play to let nature be the guide.

Come rain or shine, so please dress appropriately. We expect to get dirty! Canceled only in extreme weather. Put on by the Plymouth Community Recreation Department. Free.

Karaoke Wednesdays for Kids! Sheboygan

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Ages: All Ages

Sing your little heart out at Above and Beyond Children's Museum! Meet us in the JKD Recording Studio for karaoke entertainment.

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Thursday, April 27

Curiosity Lab: Water Filtration - Sheboygan

6:30 – 7:30 pm

Ages: Open to ages 8-adult; children under 12 must be registered with an adult.

Come to the Mead Public Library for fun with on Water Filtration! In this activity, students learn that of all of the water on Earth, only a very small percentage is potable, or safe for drinking. Students use this information as motivation to design a water filter using the engineering design process. After creating a prototype of their design, students test their filter by pouring dirty water through it. The process of filtration is tied to the physical properties of matter, and students learn how water filtration is used in the industry by scientists and individuals. Finally, students test their clean water by recording visual observations and testing the chlorine content of the water. Free.

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Friday, April 28

Drop Everything & Draw! Plymouth

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Ages: 8 - 12 years old

Schools out…drop those phones, tablets, and TV and pick up, pencils, markers, crayons and cray-pas! The Plymouth Art Center will host a creative morning for elementary and middle-school students during district days off.Kids are invited to drop in any time from 10:00-12:00 to enjoy a self-guided creative adventure.The PAC will provide paper and various drawing materials and each morning will have a theme to help participants unplugged, engage, and CREATE!No Registration Required. Free.

Super Hero Family Fun Night! Manitowoc

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Ages: 8 - 12 years old

Enjoy a fun family night at the zoo!Activities include:• Super Hero Meal & Snacks for Sale• Zoo admission• Games• Storytime led by a librarian. .Everyone is encouraged to dress like your favorite superhero!!! Free.

Treehouse Theater Presents: Beauty and the Beast, Jr. Manitowoc

Friday & Saturday at 6:30pm / Satu & Sun at 2:00pm

Ages: all ages

See local talent by Treehouse Theater! This show features some of the most popular songs ever written by Alan Menken, along with new songs by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice.Our Narrators will share the story of a selfish young prince and his castle servants who fall under the spell of a wicked enchantress, as she turns him into a hideous, angry Beast. She vows that if he can learn to love and be loved before time runs out, the curse will be lifted. Belle, a spirited young girl who lives near the enchanted castle with her father, is surrounded by provincial townspeople including the arrogant Gaston, his sidekick (Lefou) and the three Silly Girls. Belle's father, Maurice, stumbles upon the Beast's castle and Belle rushes in to take his place. The castle's enchanted objects - including Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, Chip, Babette and Madame - work together to help Belle draw the Beast out of isolation and break the spell for all of them.​

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Saturday, April 22

Healthy Kids Day Manitowoc

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

All Ages

The Manitowoc-Two Rivers YMCA is celebrating YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day®, the Y’s national initiative to improve the health and well-being of families. Healthy Kids Day will include fun active play and educational activities to keep kids moving and learning, in order to maintain healthy habits and academic skills to achieve goals and reach their full potentialThe day will include Healthy Kids and Earth Day vendors and activities, bounce house, gaga ball game and the following scheduled events: 11am-12pm in Gym 1: Healthy Rhythms1 0am-11am in Gym 2: Mariners Demo 11am-12pm in Gym 2: Cheer Team Demo 12pm-1pm in Gym 2: Family Yoga Free.

Crafternoon: Hammered Knitting Needle Bracelets Chilton

8:00 – 11:00 am

Ages: Projects are geared towards adult skill levels, however children may attend with an adult helper. Crafternoons is a creative making program geared towards adults that love innovative and crafty projects. Upcycling is a way to re-purpose items that are no longer getting any use. Here we are going to take old metal knitting needles and hammer them into new bracelets. Materials will be supplied, however, extra metal knitting needles would be appreciated. Free.

Moms Night Out - Zoo Art! Manitowoc

6:00 - 8:30 pm

Ages: Moms/Parents

Create fused glass jewelry with Amy Zander! $35 for art, snacks & fun! Register on-line or call 920.686.3060

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Sunday, April 30

Adventures in Science Sheboygan

1:00 - 2:00pm

All Ages

Come to the Above & Beyond Children's Museum and make an explosion, build a volcano, send a rocket soaring or race off a ramp during our Sunday programs where you’ll investigate, question and play your way through amazing experiments that explore your world. Experiments change weekly. Free with paid admission.

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