SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Looking for a fun adventure this weekend or a way to get out-and-about? Check out this roundup of area events slated for Sheboygan County this weekend, April 9-11.
🛍️ Downtown Elkhart Lake "Girls' Getaway Weekend": Deals and activities will be held throughout Elkhart Lake from Friday, Saturday and Sunday, including a "Bubbly with your Besties" bar crawl. See the deals here.
📚 Second Saturdays - Misunderstood Mission of Jean Nicolet: Join the Sheboygan County Historical Research Center from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday for this presentation
🎵 An Evening of the Classics - Joseph Sartori Concert Series: Underwritten by the Sartori Company, performers include: Mary Fellenz, piano, Plymouth; Dan Ognavic, piano and violin, Sheboygan; Andrew Krueger, piano and violin, Oostburg; and Christopher Guy, tenor, Plymouth. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Plymouth Arts Center. Tickets are $13 for adults and $4 for kids over 5. Get tickets here.
🎤 Uncle Meat at Craft30: Join Sheboygan's own Uncle Meat band and listen to some rarely-heard rock and favorites from the 60s and 70s Saturday evening. See more here.
🎤 Karaoke at The Walkabout: For the first time, karaoke will be held at The Walkabout on Saturday beginning at 8 p.m. Learn more here.
🎤 Suzie and the Detonators at Big Mike's: Enjoy live music by Suzie and the Detonators from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at Big Mike's. See more here.
🎤 Karaoke Sundays at Rumors Roadhouse: The stage is open to all from 2 to 6 p.m. with Full Moon Entertainment Karaoke Sunday at Rumors. See more here.
🖼️ Water's Edge Artists - Tribute to Kitty Lynne Klich exhibit: Painters for Preservation is an alliance of plain air artists dedicated to artistically recording historic, endangered or threatened environments. The exhibit will be on display through April 30 at Plymouth Arts Center. Learn more here.
📜 Museum Madness feature exhibit: Through May 3, stop by the Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum or go online to vote on 16 artifacts pitted against one another, bracket style. See the full details 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.