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SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out this roundup of events slated across Sheboygan County.

🖍️ Clean Out the Craft Closet Make & Take for Children: The Mead Public Library will host this event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. Youth services will be cleaning out the closet and creating surprise craft packs for kids. Registration can be found online.

🎤 Friday Karaoke at Sly's Midtown Saloon: Take your turn at karaoke and earn one ticket per song to win prizes with Sly's Midtown Saloon from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday. Learn more here.

🐰 Drive Thru With Bunny: The Sheboygan Jaycees will host this drive-up event in place of its annual Lunch With Bunny event. Participants will drive through various stations throughout the parking lot and get photos with the Easter Bunny. Admission is $2 per kid. Find out more here.

🖼️ The Bull at Pinehurst Farms Spring Market: Local vendor and artist pieces will be available for purchase from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in The Manor at The Bull at Pinehurst Farms. See more here.

🎤 Tango En Fuego at Rumors Roadhouse: Enjoy live music with your meal and drinks from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Rumors Roadhouse with Tango En Fuego. See more here.

🎤 Lilly Hammer at Emmer's: Enjoy rock of the 80s, 90s and today with Lilly Hammer form 8 p.m. to midnight at Emmer's on Saturday. See the full details here.

🎤 The Leftovers at Big Mike's: Enjoy live music as The Leftovers Band returns to Big Mike's sports bar and grill beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday. See the full details here.

🌳 Maple Sugaring Month hike at Maywood: All month long, Maywood-Ellwood H. May Environmental Park will be hosting activities and a self-guided hike during the daylight hours. Learn more about the events here.

🖼️ Bouncing Back: Student art show: The Plymouth Art Center's first students only exhibit features those from Plymouth, Howards Grove, Glenbeulah/Elkhart Lake, Etude and Wisconsin Virtual Learning Schools. The exhibit will be on display now through March 26. Learn more here.

🖼️ Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola: "Magic City" exhibit: "Akinbola uses readymade objects to investigate cultural rituals, connections, and conflicts in fashioning an identity. His work makes us question what makes an object 'African,' 'Black,' 'White,' or 'American.'" The exhibit will be on display at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center through July 11. Learn more here.

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