We give a chilly welcome to March in Sheboygan County with heartwarming experiences to enjoy!
Each week in Sheboygan County boasts new opportunities to enjoy life with family, friends, or just yourself. This week is no different, with more chances to take full advantage of this #SomeplaceBetter.
And every week, we select our favorite events and activities so you don’t miss a thing. Be sure you’re subscribed to the Someplace Better Observer to get the weekly newsletter!
It’s the first of a new month, and the John Michael Kohler Art Center is celebrating Youth Art Month from 11am-2pm. Come enjoy artwork and dance and more from local students! Refreshments provided as well. Find all the details here.
Northwestern College A Capella Choir is coming to the First Reformed Church in Cedar Grove. Come enjoy beautiful harmonies with songs centered around love, loss, celebration, humor, and commitment from 7-8pm. Details can be found here!
Mead Library and 8th Street Ale Haus are teaming up for a Trivia Takeover Night at 8th Street Ale Haus from 7-9pm! You can get a head start, too, by getting a free answer. Find out how and more details here. Part of the proceeds go to help the library!
Connect with history this Tuesday at the Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum from 6:30-8pm and learn about early transportation in Sheboygan County! Jim Willaert, curator at the museum, will be speaking on the subject. Find all details here.
Books, drinks, and good discussion – it doesn’t get much better. Stop into Urbane at 6pm for some book discussion hosted by Mead Library. Learn more here.
Looking to make a living in SomeplaceBetter? More than 25 local businesses will be at Five Pillars Supper Club Restaurant and Banquet Halls in Random Lake to meet with job seekers between 12:30-5pm!! Read about the different employers attending and more here.
Looking for a new project to adorn your home? The Fat Cow Pub & Eatery is hosting a DIY Wood Sign Class from 6:30-8:30pm. Make a night of it and bring some friends! You must register in advance to attend, so be sure to click here for all those details!
This Thursday is full of great opportunities to connect and grow, starting with Tool School – A Ladies’ Night Out at Habitat for Humanity in Sheboygan from 4:30-6:30! Ladies are welcome to come and enjoy snacks, network, and learn how to use various tools. Click here for all the details.
Next, if you’re interested in a faith-based education for your child, stop in for Open House at Sheboygan Christian School from 4-7pm. Learn about the academic programs offered and options for registration. Click here for details and registration – walk-ins are also welcome!
Lastly, 8th Street Ale Haus is hosting a film club from 6:30-7:30pm. This week, they’re looking at Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – find out more by clicking here.
Join Dare to Dream Theatre Artistic Director Rachel Thuermer in this workshop designed to engage toddlers through creative play at Mead Library from 10-10:45am! You and your little one will explore early literacy, create art, and make a story together. For agest 18mos to 5 years. Click here for more details!
Then that evening, head over to The Black Pig for a wine tasting from 6-8pm. The question of the night is, To Oak Or Not To Oak? For just $20 a person, you can decide. Click here for details.
Winter weather doesn’t stop our farmers! Come to First Congregational Church for the Winter Farmer’s Market from 9am-1pm. Get your fresh goods from local sources. Click here for details.
Help out your feathered friends by giving them a home – The John Michael Kohler Art Center is hosting an opportunity to make a whimsical clay birdhouse like none other. Click here for the details of cost and more – this event is taking place from 1-3:30pm.
Take a gamble at the 13th Annual Casino Night hosted at The Village At 170 in Kohler starting at 5pm! Featuring Las Vegas style table games including craps, blackjack, Texas Hold’em and more, you can find all the details here.
How will you take advantage of a week in Someplace Better?