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

🎨 Disney Trivia Night at Board & Brush Sheboygan: Test your Disney knowledge art 6:30 p.m. Friday while working on a custom project. Pre-registration is required at

[Curious how projects work at Board & Brush? Read our feature story on them here!]

🌱 WinterGreen: This year's Mead Public Library annual event will be held virtually and include free activities and workshops for all ages from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Learn more here.

🎯 6th annual dart tournament and brat fry: Join Big Mike's Sports Bar and Grill for this annual tradition on Saturday. Sign-up begins at noon and is $10 per person. The tournament begins at 1 p.m. Learn more here.

🎶 Harold Stewart and Steve Williams at Rumors Roadhouse: This classic R&B and blues duo will play at Rumors from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. See more here.

[Rumors Roadhouse is one of the county's coolest bars returning to its former glory. Read more about the current owners plans here.]

🐰 Easter walk-in Make and Take Workshop at Board & Brush: Create your masterpiece in the studio or grab a kit to create at home for the Easter holiday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.

🎶 Sentimental Journey in Song: Music Through the Decades: Live music will return to the center March 18 through 21 with the group Celtic Folk's four shops including a variety of Americana, English and Irish music ranging from the 1940s to today. Tickets are required in advance 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.

[Learn more about Maywood's programming for the month with our feature 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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