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Published twice monthly In Kohler, WI 53044

219 Church St., Kohler, WI 53044
Postal Customer
Volume 7, Number 14
FEBRUARY15, 2013
Kohler High
School to hold
Open Enrollment
Information Expo
March 2
Kohler High School invites all
area parents and students to attend
its Open Enrollment Information
Expo on Saturday, March 2, 2013,
from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The
expo will feature booths manned
by current students, teachers, and
coaches providing information
about the opportunities at Kohler
Schools, as well as tours of the
school, which will be available
throughout the expo.
The state of Wisconsin allows
families the option to choose the
school that best fits the needs of in-
dividual students. For the 2013-
2014 school year, the online
application will only be available
from February 4 until April 30,
Visit the Wisconsin Department
of Public Instruction website at for
more information.
Don’t miss the
KPAL Brat Fry
this Sunday!
The Kohler Police Athletic
League (KPAL) will once again
fire up the grills for its annual brat
fry this Sunday, February 17, 2013
from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the
Kohler firehouse on Highland
Brats, burgers, side dishes and
desserts, and drinks will be avail-
able. Tables are provided in the
firehouse for dining, or stop by and
pick up lunch or dinner for takeout.
A raffle will also be held.
The mission of KPAL is to spon-
sor and support Kohler youth pro-
grams that promote good
citizenship. Some of the programs
KPAL supports include scouting,
the summer swim meet, the soccer
club, baseball, flag football, and
basketball. KPAL also awards two
high school athletic scholarships.
Four hundred fifty eight Medical
College of Wisconsin (MCW) fac-
ulty physicians, representing more
than 60 specialties, are listed on
the Best Doctors 2013 website, The new
database, compiled by Best Doc-
tors, Inc., includes more physicians
from MCW than from any other
group practice or institution in
MCW physicians account for 44
percent of the 1,035 Wisconsin
physicians listed in this year’s
database. Those physicians prac-
tice at MCW’s major teaching hos-
pital affiliates, Froedtert Hospital
and Children’s Hospital of Wis-
consin, as well as Zablocki VA
Medical Center, Froedtert Health
Community Memorial Hospital in
Menomonee Falls and Froedtert
Health St. Joseph’s Hospital –
West Bend.
Of these, David P. Bick, M.D.,
resides in Kohler. He specializes in
pediatric genetics and sees patients
at Children’s Hospital of Wiscon-
sin and Froedtert Hospital.
For a complete list of all 458
Medical College physicians in-
cluded among the Best Doctors for
2013, visit
Kohler resident among
458 Medical College
physicians on 2013-14
Best Doctors List
KPAL member Brett Edgerle flips burgers at the 2012 KPAL Brat Fry.
Below: Diners eating and visiting in the firehouse
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Scenes from KHS Drama Club’s one-act plays
“Turning Points”
A Kohler High School cast made up
entirely of girls and directed by Peggy
Hoffmann performed one-act plays on
February 9 and 10 with “Turning Points”
as the theme.
Lily Hart, Hannah Coppersmith, Jennifer Rutten and Courtney Rutten perform “To Burn a Witch.”
Madeline Heun and Kelsey Wright perform “The Draft Board.”
Amelia Grose, Isabelle Heins, and Chloi DuCharme in “The Keeping Place.”
Sarah Leick and Mara Todd in “The Mouse and the Raven.”
Lily Hart, Kitty O’Neill, and Courtney Rutten in “The Mouse and the Raven.”
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac •
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP •
Wood floors & open staircase •
Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances •
Dinette open to kitchen •
Main floor master bedroom suite •
3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper •
Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached •
This home is a true dream home! •
View this property at: •
#3692 $599,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
1213 S 20
St., Sheboygan
Charming 3 Bedroom Bungalow •
Many updates throughout •
Granite counters, Hardwood floors •
New roof, furnace and hot water heater in 2009 •
2 car garage, beautiful yard with paver patio •
Good location close to schools, shopping •
Easy access to highways •
Move-in ready, A Perfect Starter Home! •
#3748 $124,900
Meg Trager 207-9228
4023 Hazelnut Ct, Sheboygan
Convenient location in the “Villas at Mapledale” •
Like new condition, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths •
Upper level for privacy and quiet •
Super floor plan, great decorating •
All appliances included •
Patio doors to deck which gives natural light to unit •
In-unit utility, heating and central air •
Enjoy carefree, affordable living •
#3740 $132,900
Mike Daniels 946-0034
404 Park Ave., Sheboygan
Many updates of today •
Beautiful updated kitchen with peninsula •
Large living room with wood floors •
Entertainment sized dining room •
First floor utility room •
First floor office and full bath •
All 3 bedrooms have new carpeting. •
All updated mechanicals and 2
floor windows •
Private fenced-in backyard and deck •
One block from Vollrath Bowl •
#3743 $104,900
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
1641 Golf View Dr. E, Sheboygan
2 Bedroom Duplex Condo with 3 full baths •
Gas fireplace with oak mantle & tiled hearth •
Built-in book shelves, French door to deck •
Formal dining room with bay window •
1735 sq ft & Additional finished lower 854 sq ft •
First floor laundry, spacious kitchen •
Exterior cedar siding, 2 car garage •
#3753 $212,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
604 Pine Circle, Kohler
Totally renovated inside and outside •
Open floor plan with spacious rooms •
Kitchen designed to professional standards •
Flexible space for 2-4 bedrooms •
Amazing 3.5 bathrooms •
Tastefully finished basement with egress window •
Great porch, beautiful stone patio, gorgeous landscape •
Home will appeal to the most discriminating buyer! •
#3706 $495,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1111 Wood Ct., Town of Wilson
2012 Parade Home by Shoreland Builders •
Close to Terry Andre State Park •
Wooded lot with southern exposure •
Split 3 bedroom-open concept •
Trey and cathedral ceilings, ceramic tile •
3 panel solid doors, drop zone/laundry room •
Master suite tiled WI shower & whirlpool tub •
Entertaining sized kitchen with granite counters •
24x14 patio, located on a cul-de-sac •
#3733 $319,900
Trish Valleskey 980-7805
1097-1A Woodlake Rd, Kohler
3 Bedrooms 2 bath areas •
Very open concept, tons of windows •
Great room open to kitchen •
Gorgeous hardwood floors •
Beautiful floor to ceiling fireplace •
Heated 3 seasons room, enjoy the changing seasons •
Great location, near all the amenities of Kohler •
Priced under the assessed value! •
#3634 $194,900
Terri Stewart 912-4303
520 W. Riverside Dr, Kohler
3 Bedroom, 3 bath two story •
Completely updated home •
Beautiful formal living & dining rooms •
Dining room has built-in buffet •
Gorgeous kitchen, granite counters •
Easy touch drawers & appliances incl., tile floors •
Spacious sunny bedrooms •
Lovely yard and 2 car garage •
#3718 $246,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
4805 Dennwood Dr., Sheboygan
Contemporary home on Lake Michigan •
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, office & den •
Formal living and dining rooms •
First floor laundry, open concept •
Updated kitchen with granite counters •
Master suite w/lg walk-in closet & bath •
1.6 Acre lot professionally landscaped •
Stone patio, gazebo, stairway to beach •
3 Car garage with above guest quarters •
View this property at:
#3731 $650,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
1100 Creeks Cross Ct., Kohler
4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths plus office w/built-ins on main floor •
Large kitchen w/granite topped center island w/breakfast •
Family room w/fireplace •
Nice sized dining & living rooms •
Mud room entry off garage •
TV room & ¾ bath in basement •
Potential for add’l finished space in lower (2 rooms w/full •
egress windows)
#3715 $299,943
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler
5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas •
Great floor plan/open design •
Main floor master suite •
4 bedrooms on upper •
Finished lower level •
Very private yard, overlooks stables •
Large deck and 2 car garage •
View this property at:
#3702 $419,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
Village Realty & Development Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075 or toll free (800) 351-4371
Shari Jensen Mike Daniels Trish Valleskey Jim Schermetzler Terri Stewart Kathy Nonhof Meg Trager Brian Homiston
Bill Erbstoesser
Sales & Leasing Internet Manager
800-459-6840 Cell 920-254-9065
Jeff Romanoski
Sales Manager
800-459-6840 Cell 920-918-0352
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FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Thirty-five junior kindergarten through second grade kids participated in the Junior Bombers winter basketball program. The Village Rec. Dept. extends a special thank you to the
high school boys and girls basketball players who volunteered their time to help with the program.
Junior Bombers participate in winter
basketball program
Kohler High School Senior,
Connor Hogan, was recently
awarded the Senior Excellence
Award by National Soccer
Coaches Association of America.
This award is given to a senior
player who exceptionally con-
tributes to the team while exempli-
fying the finest attributes of a high
school student-athlete. He was pre-
sented the award by Kohler High
soccer coach Scott Feltner.
Connor Hogan
receives Senior
Excellence Award
The Kohler High School boys and girls basketball
teams signed autographs for dozens of kids from the
junior basketball programs for the Kohler Basketball
Youth Autograph Night held February 1, 2013. The
event was sponsored by the Kohler Athletic Booster
KHS players sign autographs
for Kohler Basketball Youth
Autograph Night
Bomber Basketball Club
announces Calendar Raffle
winners for January, 2013
The goal of the Bomber Basket-
ball Club is to support Kohler boys
and girls youth basketball pro-
grams and volunteer coaches by
providing leadership and funding
for equipment, tournaments and
coaching guidance at all levels.
Their vision is a sustained, suc-
cessful basketball program that
promotes sportsmanship, team-
work, leadership and school spirit
in our youth and the greater Kohler
community. Anyone who would
like to learn more about the
Bomber Basketball Club may con-
tact Jeff Romanoski, Marcus
Knuth or Jason Keller; or email
Please watch the Kohler Villager
for more information about the
Bomber Basketball Club. The
Club extends its thanks for contin-
ued support from the community.
1-Jan Steve Probelski Sheboygan Falls, WI $500
2-Jan Mark Reiss Hingham WI $20
3-Jan Vilma Tomaro Kohler WI $20
4-Jan Todd Potokar Mequon WI $20
5-Jan Troy or Dena Cline Kohler WI $20
6-Jan Laura Halvorsen Kohler WI $20
7-Jan Robert Wenberg Kohler WI $20
8-Jan Jerry Slavens Sheboygan WI $20
9-Jan Tracy Lyons Kohler WI $20
10-Jan Jim Roeber Sheboygan WI $20
11-Jan Ashley Sobecki Kohler WI $20
12-Jan Mark Quasius Kohler WI $20
13-Jan Tony Miller Sheboygan Falls WI $20
14-Jan Brian Gillespie Darien IL $20
15-Jan Tom Cornell Plymouth WI $20
16-Jan Wayne Hogue Plymouth WI $20
17-Jan Kathy Schmitt Sheboygan Falls WI $20
18-Jan Mike Wandschneider Kohler WI $20
19-Jan Andy Gruenke Sheboygan WI $20
20-Jan Ken Allen Sheboygan Falls WI $20
21-Jan Donny Hillstrom Kohler WI $20
22-Jan Mary Sholten Sheboygan WI $20
23-Jan Romanoski Family Kohler WI $20
24-Jan Sandoval da Silva Sheboygan WI $20
25-Jan Kelly Kasten Grand Rapids MI $20
26-Jan Jackie Nelson Combined Locks WI $20
27-Jan Tracy Maggi Kohler WI $20
28-Jan Andy Rivers Milwaukee WI $20
29-Jan Jackie Nelson Combined Locks WI $20
30-Jan Tom Atkins Kohler WI $20
31-Jan Leslie Abitz Kohler WI $20
Calendar Raffle winners for January:
Sue Breitbach Fenn Agency
3626 Erie Ave.
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Bus: (920) 457-1950
Kohler eighth
graders take
first place in
Kohler 8th grade boys placed 1st in the Seton
Catholic Basketball Tournament Feb 9 by beating
Seton, St. Bernard's and Ozaukee.
Pictured from left to right: Michael Kral, Charlie Keller,
Ian Ruminski, Jacob Pellowski, Sam Kohler, Charlie
Kelly, Lucas Knuth, Brady Stefanczyk.
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Interior & exterior homes. Can power wash & seal
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work. Free estimates. Very competitive prices. Ex-
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825 Walton Drive ■ Plymouth
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~ Competitive hearing aid pricing
~ Physician on staff to treat every variety of
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~ 60 day trial period (longest hearing aid
trial period in the county)

Reiki Seminar, Saturday, Febru-
ary 9, 2013. Learn about this heal-
ing energy at our free monthly
seminar. Reiki Master-Teacher
John M. Oestreicher explains lev-
els of training, how Reiki is used
in hospitals around the World,
what to expect during a session
and hosts informal Q&A. 1:00
p.m.-2:15 p.m. Held at Intentions.
Free Couples Reiki Body Scan,
Saturday, February 16, 2013, 1-4
p.m., Valentines Weekend. During
this brief appointment, our Reiki
Practitioner scans the body’s en-
ergy field and gives feedback to
help you understand and nourish
your relationship. By appointment.
Held at Intentions in the Shops at
Woodlake, Kohler. 457-9543.
John and Pamela Oestreicher,
owner of Intentions will be offer-
ing at UW-Sheboygan: “Empow-
ered Living: The Next Step to
Holistic Living.” Six Tuesday
Evenings Feb. 12 thru March 19.
Do you want to take more control
of your life? Do you enjoy books
by Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra,
and Jerry and Esther Hicks? If you
want to feel good more of the time,
this class is for you. Students par-
ticipate in exercises and discus-
sions to expand awareness. This
class is guaranteed to make you re-
think ideas and have fun at the
same time. Topics include: En-
hanced Health, Understanding Re-
lationships, How to Identify and
Achieve Everything You Want, and
Exploring Popular Beliefs. 7:00
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. $65.00 Call UW-
Sheboygan at 920-459-6617.
February events at Intentions
Author Barbara Techel Releases Book
Celebrating Journey to her Authentic Self
Barbara Techel of Plymouth,
and her late dog, Frankie, a special
needs dachshund who was fitted
for a dog wheelchair, were well
known for inspiring people to re-
main positive in the face of chal-
lenges. Techel and Frankie have
made several appearances at the
Kohler Public Library, and you
may have seen a sculpture of
Frankie at Bookworm Gardens in
Now, the award-winning author
will celebrate the launch of her lat-
est book, Trough Frankie’s Eyes:
One woman’s journey to her au-
thentic self and the dog on wheels
who led the way.
A special event will be held on
Thursday, February 28th, 2013, at
the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 East
Mill Street in Plymouth, from 6:30
- 8:00 p.m. The evening includes
selected readings, a book signing,
refreshments, and a special appear-
ance by Techel’s new “walk ‘n
roll” dog, Joie. Due to space limi-
tations, visitors are respectfully re-
quested to leave their pets at home.
The lessons that pets can teach
us appear in Through Frankie’s
Eyes, which is woven with
Techel’s own journey shared with
compassion and truth – hallmarks
of Techel’s writing.
Techel’s work began long before
Frankie’s paralysis, as she strug-
gled with acceptance, and how the
perceptions of others became chal-
lenging, forcing Techel to live a
life that wasn’t fully authentic.
Caring for Frankie became piv-
otal to Techel’s journey. As she
watched her dog’s courage, Techel
became inspired to create for her-
self a life that “would make my
heart sing…and bring awareness
to the blessings of owning a spe-
cial needs pet.”
Through Frankie’s Eyes cele-
brates this journey, serving as a
touchstone to all who seek a
deeper meaning and purpose in
their lives, encouraging readers to
“stand in their truth and to follow
their heart’s desires.”
The book has received critical
support from professionals like
Mary A. Shafer, publisher and au-
thor of Almost Perfect: Disabled
Pets and the People Who Love
Them, who writes: “To say that
I’m grateful for the insight and
motivation ‘Through Frankie’s
Eyes’ has provided would be the
worst kind of understatement. I be-
lieve I’ll look back on the deci-
sions I’ve made since finishing this
book as nothing short of a land-
mark in my career.”
Visit Techel’s website at joyful-
Lenten Services: – Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm; February 20, 27,
March 6, 13, 20
Maundy Thursday – March 28 at 6:00 p.m.
Good Friday – March 29 at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Easter Sunday – March 31 at 10:00 a.m.
Reverend Robert Steele officiating
Lent and Easter worship
schedule at Bethany
Lutheran Church in Kohler
Your Name (Optional): ___________________________________
Three candidates will be elected to the Kohler School Board. Which school
board candidate(s) would you like to direct your question or comment to?
¨ All School Board Candidates
¨ Matt Kautzer (incumbent)
¨ Diane Kelly (incumbent)
¨ Christina Koberstein
¨ Jim Sloan
¨ Marlene Yang (incumbent)
Four candidates will be elected to the Kohler Village Board. Which village board
candidate(s) would you like to direct your question or comment to?
¨ All Village Board Candidates
¨ Charles Keller
¨ Bill Kunst (incumbent)
¨ Brian Post (incumbent)
¨ Thomas Schnettler (incumbent - President)
¨ Dietmar Wohlgemuth (incumbent)
Kohler School Board/Village Board candidate form
Submit a question for the Kohler School or Village Board candidates at or (preferred), or use the form below
Mail or leave in drop box at 219 Church St., Kohler
REINS Therapeutic Riding
Program is now accepting
REINS Therapeutic Riding Pro-
gram is now accepting pre-regis-
tration for their 2013 summer
program which runs from Jun 10
through August 22. There are two
5 week sessions available. Regis-
ter early to pick your time and day
preference. There may be a wait-
ing list if we cannot accommodate
all applicants. This is the 31st year
the program has been serving
those with physical, cognitive,
emotional and social disabilities in
Sheboygan and Manitowoc coun-
ties with horse assisted therapy.
REINS uses a variety of horse re-
lated games and activities, not just
riding, in order to serve as many
individuals as possible.
This pre-registration will allow
us to know how many “riders” will
be participating and help to deter-
mine the number of volunteers and
horses that will be needed for the
program. The deadline for these
forms is March 1, 2013. Upon re-
ceiving all pre-registration forms,
final paperwork will be mailed to
you with the dates you will be rid-
ing in the program. The pre-regis-
tration form is available online at and can be
completed and forwarded to our
executive director. Please call
Tracy at 920 946-8599 or 920 946-
6880 with any questions regarding
the program. You can also email
us at
Forms can also be downloaded
and mailed to: REINS, P.O. Box
724, Sheboygan, WI 53082-0724
We are always looking for vol-
unteers, 14 and older, to help with
side walking and leading horses,
as well as helping with many other
projects and events that serve the
program throughout the year. Full
comprehensive training is pro-
vided and the program will be a re-
warding experience for those
interested in helping others. Come
help for 1 hour or as often as you
can and make a difference in
someone else’s life as well as your
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FEBRUARY 15, 2013
The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
One & Only: In Front of the Lens
ARTspace — A Gallery of the John
Michael Kohler Arts Center
On exhibit through March 30, 2013
Five Wisconsin photographers capture
their observations on film with results
that are not strictly documentary. The
works offer thoughtful consideration of
the subject matter and the social and
environmental context in which it exists.
Eric Oxendorf’s photographs of state
capitol domes showcase his eye for the
poetic as well as his knowledge and
technical skills. The other artists in-
cluded are Bill Lemke, Nick Olson,
Suzanne Rose and Sonja Thomsen.
For more information call: 920-452-8602
Demonstration Kitchen Series
Demonstration Kitchen in The Shops at
Saturdays, through April 27, 2013, 11am
& 2pm
$35 per person
Come in from the cold and warm up with
wonderful tastes and aromas at our Sat-
urday Demonstration Kitchen sessions.
Tucked away in The Shops at Woodlake
Kohler, the working kitchen provides an
intimate, informal setting for chefs and
guests. For reservations and information
call: 800-344-2838
Upcoming events include:
February 2 — Tarts for Winter with Chef
Richard Palm — Head Pastry Chef
February 9 — Kohler Original Recipe
Chocolates — Assistant Chocolatier
Anette Righi
February 16 — Tapas — The Horse &
Plow Chef Loren Rue
February 23 — Brioche — Head Baker
Doug Stieber
March 2 — Southwestern Cuisine with
Special Events Chef Rebecca Tillman
and Garde Manger Angela Rondinelli
Cooking Class for Kids
Blackwolf Run
February 2, 10-11:30am, $20 per class
Young chefs ages 10-13 are invited to
cook alongside the chefs of Blackwolf
Run and Whistling Straits
Call 920-803-3286 for more information
and reservations.
Taste of Tuesdays
Woodlake Market
February 5, 6-7:30pm, Fee
Scott from All State Wine will be pre-
senting a Valentine theme of wines…
”Wines We Love”. Please call 920-457-
6570 for information on the event and
ticket pricing!
Ring in Valentine’s Day with Bling!
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
February 8-10, 11am-3pm, $3 per child
Visit Movers & Shakers and create two
special rings for your Valentine filled a
special surprise!
For more information call: 920-453-2874
All Things Lace for Valentine’s Day
February 13-17
Receive a special gift made just for you
with your purchase of $120 or more.
For more information call: 920-208-4935
In Celebration of Chocolate Weekend
The American Club Resort
February 15-16
Calling all chocolate-lovers! Introducing
a weekend full of chocolate, including
tastings, pairings and entertaining
events that you won’t want to miss.
Overnight packages available. Call 920-
457-8000 for more information and
I Love You Bear
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
February 15-17, 11am-2pm
Visit Movers & Shakers and create a
special “I Love You Bear” for that special
someone you love! For more information
call: 920-453-2874
3 Sheeps Brewing Company Beer
Blackwolf Run Restaurant
February 22, 6pm Reception/6:30pm
$65 per person; inclusive of tax and gra-
Chef Paul Smitala from Blackwolf Run
Restaurant partners with 3 Sheeps
Brewing Company, a new craft brewery
in Sheboygan to bring you a delectable
five-course dinner and beer pairings.
This event, the second of three unique
beer dinners, will feature a five-course
menu prepared by Chef Paul. Each
course will be paired with one of 3
Sheeps Brewing Company’s delicious
year round brews, as well as a fifth beer
infused with one of Torké Roasting Com-
pany’s gourmet coffee blends. To create
the special brew, the brewery will use a
firkin — the cask used to produce natu-
rally carbonated “real ale.” Please call
866-847-4856 to make reservations.
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444 and Yoga on the Lake at
TRX-Pilates-Yoga, Tricks and Stuff:
February 23, 10-11:15am
Ballroom Basics: February 27, 6:45-
Tiny Tot Camps: February 1 & 15, 9-
Kids Night Out: February 8, 5-9pm
Junior Tennis Play Days: February 22,
Sports Core Special Offers
Take 5 Café: Enjoy soup and salad for
only $6. Offer valid February 1-28, 2013.
Pro Shop: Purchase your sweetheart
Nike apparel and receive an additional
item (of equal or lesser value) for your-
self at 40% off February 11-14.
Yoga on the Lake Events
Vinyasa and Vino with Deb Sampson:
February 15, 6-8pm
Join us for a flowing yoga practice set to
great music. Enjoy an hour of delightfully
unpredictable, dynamic and creative
yoga, designed to bring you into the
present moment; finish with a guided
wine tasting. See how your yoga bliss
and awareness will allow for a much
more intense taste of the flavors of wine.
Take time to slow down and experience
all of the joys life has to offer. $25 per
person/ $40 per couple
Heart Opening Workshop with Carrie
Green: February 16, 1-3pm
Bring yourself and perhaps someone
you love to explore places of openness
in your body and mind! This workshop
will include a vinyasa flow along with
plenty of opportunities to find those
places in our back and shoulders that
like to grip and keep us from opening.
We will explore back bending and ways
to safely move into some of the heart
opening yoga postures. $25 per person/
$40 for a couple
The year, the resort is hosting
an exciting collection of new out-
rageous events and yearly fa-
vorites. As the 2013 calendar
unfolds‚ the pages reveal delec-
table new offerings. We encour-
age you to view our complete
calendar of special events to stay
updated on dates and new addi-
tions posted weekly at
Mark Your Calendars for these
Scheduled Signature Events:
Jewelry & Fashion Show - April
13 & 14 - Enjoy a weekend of
shopping with fashionistas as
handcrafted and one-of-a-kind
jewelry and accessory artists vend
their wares. The Shops at Wood-
lake Kohler boutiques will share
fashions with a runway fashion
show and enjoy artisan demon-
strations & seminars.
Kohler Festival of Beer - May
31-June 2 - Ticketed and Compli-
mentary Events. Celebrating sum-
mer and suds, the Kohler festival
of Beer celebrates Wisconsin’s fa-
vorite beverage as brewmasters
and beer fanatics converge in
Kohler for a series of beer-
themed happenings, dining expe-
riences, signature events and cel-
ebrations focused on good food
and great beer. Overnight pack-
ages available. Prost!
Independence Day Celebrations
- July 4 - The Traditional Sousa
Concert will begin at 8:30 p.m.
and The American Club will be
serving up summer favorites off
the grill. The evening will finish
with a firework display set to the
music of the Kiel Municipal
Annual Kohler Food & Wine
Experience - October 18-21 -
Ticketed and Complimentary
Events. Join the Village of Kohler
for a weekend of exciting wine
seminars, educational demonstra-
tions and delicious tastings. Don’t
miss entertaining seminars from
award-winning local, interna-
tional and celebrity chefs, as well
as opportunities to mingle with
the top wine experts from across
the nation. Many events are com-
plimentary including food and
wine samplings, mini-demonstra-
tions, book signings, trunk shows
and more.
Wisconsin Holiday Market -
November 22-24 - Join us for the
31st annual Wisconsin Holiday
Market featuring nearly 100 ven-
dors of handcrafted, one-of-a-
kind and holiday-themed goods.
It’s the perfect opportunity to find
that unique gift for that special
someone or to add to your collec-
tion of holiday décor.
New Year’s Eve Celebrations
Package - December 31 - Greet
the promise of the New Year with
timeless old-world elegance at
The American Club resort. Guests
will bid a fond farewell to the
year passed with outrageous ex-
periences. The Kitchens of
Kohler features chef-designed
celebratory menus at The Immi-
grant Restaurant, The Wisconsin
Room and Cucina. The Horse &
Plow crew welcomes thirsty folks
to watch the clock tick-tock and
plow into the New Year with a
festive party and libations. As a
time honored tradition, friends
gather for a dazzling New Year’s
Eve Bubbles Celebration, a
gala-style event with live music
hosted in the hotel’s The Grand
Hall of the Great Lakes. A grand
way to ring in the New Year!
Hotel package available including
a Five-Star Dinner and Gala
It’s Heart Health Month at
Kohler Waters Spa
The Kohler Waters Spa is
pleased to bring awareness to
women’s heart health by embrac-
ing the color of love with the
Deborah Lippmann collection of
nail lacquers featured in two, new
nail treatments available starting
February 1: Shades of Red Man-
icure and Red Velvet Pedicure.
Experience either of these treat-
ments with featured red nail lac-
quers from Deborah’s Collection
including Stop and Stare, Ruby
Red Slippers, Single Ladies,
Through the Fire and Razzle Daz-
zle. With each treatment enjoy a
complimentary Kohler Original
Recipe Chocolates dark chocolate
heart. In the boutique, receive a
complimentary red polish of
choice with any $30 purchase of
Deborah Lippmann Nail Care
Products. Call 1-800-344-2838
for more information and to
schedule your spa service.
Red Velvet Pedicure – Your feet
will love you after this pedicure
featuring products from Farm-
house Fresh and Deborah Lipp-
mann! Feet are submerged in a
dreamy, nectar milk foot soak fol-
lowed by a sweet cream salt scrub
to smooth and soften the soles of
the feet. Enjoy a dark chocolate
mask painted on your feet and
legs followed by a whoopie shea
butter cream massage leaving you
relaxed and rested. Served with a
dark chocolate heart from Kohler
Original Recipe Chocolates.
50-minute service, $85.
Shades of Red Manicure – Your
hands will absolutely fall in love
with you after this manicure fea-
turing products from Farmhouse
Fresh and Deborah Lippmann!
Immerse your hands in a dreamy,
nectar soak, followed by a sweet
cream salt scrub exfoliation and
whoopee shea butter cream mas-
sage to soften and hydrate the
hands and arms. A dark chocolate
mask, neck and shoulder massage
and full manicure with your
choice of Deborah Lippmann red
nail lacquers, completes the treat-
ment. Choose from Stop and
Stare, Ruby Red Slippers, Single
Ladies, Through the Fire & Raz-
zle Dazzle. Served with a dark
chocolate heart from Kohler
Original Recipe Chocolates.
50-minute service, $65.
Avocado Wrap – back for a lim-
ited time at a “retro” price! –
One of the all-time favorite wraps
is back for a limited time. This
soothing wrap is perfect for win-
ter’s climate and begins with a
full body exfoliation which pre-
pares your skin for the creamy
hydration of our warm avocado
mask. Once the mask is applied
you are wrapped in heated linens
to help your skin receive the max-
imum hydrating benefits. While
wrapped experience gentle acu-
pressure facial massage, cool-
stone anti-aging eye treatment
and a relaxing scalp massage.
This treatment concludes with a
full body moisturizer application
and a light facial mist with signa-
ture Avocado Spritz. Take your
experience home with 20% off
the purchase of our signature Av-
ocado Spritz. 50-minute service,
Sunday through Friday $95, Sat-
urday $115.
2013 signature events,
save the dates