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NOVEMBER 1, 2015

Percentage of rental housing

in Kohler on the increase
By Kevin Struck, Growth Management Educator UW-Extension
Sheboygan County
The Village of Kohler has followed a national trend toward an
increase in the percentage of rental
housing. A report issued in June
2015 by Harvard Universitys
Joint Center for Housing Studies
pointed out that U.S. homeownership has been falling for eight
years, down to 63.7 percent from a
peak of over 69 percent in 2004.
On average, the period 2004-2014
was the strongest 10-year stretch
of rental growth in the U.S. since
the late 1980s.
According to the 2010 U.S.
Census, 52 Kohler households
identified as renters. A recent
check of Sheboygan County property data indicates that number has
climbed to approximately 59, a 13
percent increase in five years.
Determining whether a resi-

dence is non-owner occupied is

usually as straightforward as
checking county tax parcel data to
see whether the tax bill address
matches the actual site address. If
not, the residence is usually not the
primary home of the owner. It is
more difficult, however, to further
determine whether the property is
being rented to a third party or is
simply a second home used as a
vacation or seasonal residence.
For this reason, a number of
communities, like Sioux Falls,
South Dakota and Cedar Rapids,
Iowa have begun to require permits for such properties. Closer to
home, residential rental licenses
are now required for all rental
dwelling units within the City of
Wausau, including single-family
homes that are rented out. Besides
an initial licensing process, rental
dwelling units are subject to an inspection every three years under

the Wausau ordinance.

A permitting system helps ensure accurate records and provides
contact information for absentee
owners, landlords, and renters in
case of emergencies, issues related
to street or utility work, or problems with the upkeep or use of the
A suggestion to create a permitting system for rental properties in
Kohler was discussed by the Village Plan Commission a few years
ago but was not explored any further. On September 14, however,
the idea reappeared at the Village
Board meeting, when several interested residents brought the topic
up during the meeting. The residents concerns will proceed to the
November 2 Finance Committee
meeting. See page 4 article Resident hopes to revive sense of community to help keep Village safe.

Kohler Co. and Prevea Health to open

primary care medical clinic
KOHLER Kohler Co. and Prevea Health have announced plans
to open a primary care medical
clinic in Kohler to better serve the
medical needs of associates and
their families plus area residents.
The clinic, which will open in
2016, will be located at 950 Woodlake Road, near the Sports Core.
The new Kohler Prevea Health
clinic will offer comprehensive
primary care, urgent care, physical
therapy and occupational therapy
services. Kohlers existing employee clinic, which has provided
work-related and limited personal
medical care, will focus on workrelated care for Kohler associates,
including treating occupational injuries and illnesses and providing
business travel medical services.

The new clinic will offer associates and their families convenience
as well as a more personalized
level of patient health care.
We know that associates and
their families lead busy lives, and
we want to make it as convenient
as possible for them to actively
manage their health and wellbeing, said Laura Kohler, Senior
Vice President Human Resources and Stewardship. This
clinic will provide comprehensive,
patient-centered care and marks a
further expansion of Kohlers
wellness-centered associate benefits program.
Prevea has partnered with
Kohler since 2013 to manage the
existing Kohler Medical clinic and
was recently selected by Kohler

Co. as its partner for the new

Over the past years Prevea
Health has been proud to partner
with Kohler Co. in many ways.
Today's announcement takes our
relationship one step further, said
Dr. Ashok Rai, president & CEO
of Prevea Health, Inc. We will not
only be improving the health of
local Kohler associates, but now
caring for their families and residents of the Village of Kohler and
its surrounding communities as
More details will be announced
at a later date, in advance of the
clinic opening next year. | 920-331-4904

Renovations completed
at Sports Core Health
& Racquet Club
Six-month project sees updated
shower, steam and changing room
KOHLER After six months of
thoughtful work, Sports Core
Health & Racquet Club at Destination Kohler is pleased to announce
completion of recent renovation efforts and is reopened to full capacity, effective immediately.
In April, Sports Core underwent
renovations to improve the guest
experience. Already a top facility
in the area for a comprehensive
and balanced wellness experience,
Sports Core focused renovations
on updating the shower and steam
rooms, as well as the changing
room facilities.
As part of Destination Kohler,
we continually focus on how to
improve the guest experience and
what that means for each member
and guest of Sports Core, said
Jason Keller, Manager Sports
Core. We know that as a leading
facility in the area, we want to provide the best experience for our
guests and that should be in all
areas of the facility from the first
step a member takes into the building and changing facilities to
each touchpoint, class and interaction with our staff.

The changing facilities are fully

revamped for comfort and rejuvenation, and now include updated
lockers, new flooring, updated
plumbing, as well as improvements to the shower and steam
areas. We are pleased with the results of this effort and we are so
thankful for the patience our members demonstrated as we made
these necessary upgrades, added
In celebration of the completed
project, members are invited to attend the annual anniversary party
on November 6 at 6:00 p.m.
which this year will double as a
grand opening of the new lower
level. For area residents who are
not already members, opportunities to join Sports Core are available through December 13. The
best enrollment rates of the year
are in November the earlier the
enrollment the lower the cost. Beginning November 1 at the Open
House event at Sports Core, individuals can enjoy a $100 enrollment fee. For more information
visit, or call
(920) 457-4444.

Lounge area in womens locker room. Kohler Co. photo

NOVEMBER 1, 2015



Skaters perform at Skate

America opening ceremony

Nov. 7 & 14

Two local skaters, Kohler resident Larissa Paseta and Gemma

Sutkiewicz of Sheboygan, were selected to perform during the Opening Ceremony at Skate America in
Milwaukee on October 23, 2015.
Skate America is an international
figure skating competition featuring the top skaters from around the
world. This is the first time Milwaukee was chosen to host an international
competition. The event featured an
opening ceremony where area figure skaters performed in a tribute
to Milwaukee on ice. Skaters were
selected based on their level of
testing in US Figure Skating.
Both Paseta and Sutkiewicz are
members of the Sheboygan Lakers
Figure Skating Club and are
coached by Alexis Scott, Kasey
Scott, and Dawn Berger.

Hearthside Dinner

11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Make reservations in
the 19th century.
The sounds and smells of the 19th century come to life as stove and replace res
are lit and guests chop and stir, season and roast, preparing their midday meal as
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For information and reservations, call (920) 526-3271. $55 per person

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From left: Gemma Sutkiewicz and Larissa Paseta

Submitted photo

Renee Suscha

Brian Homiston

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Fred Stone

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525 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
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Two condos available w/slight variations in floor plan
All condos have 2 bedrooms & 2 baths
Quality cabinetry, granite & tile throughout
Balcony views of harbor, river & South Pier district
All condos have secure entry and elevator access
$169,900 - $249,900 Brian Homiston

429 Church St, Kohler

3 bedrooms, full bath with jetted tub and shower
Sun filled family room with cathedral ceilings
New roof in 2013, All new mechanicals
Conveniently located adjacent to Kohler Schools
Close to American Club and Kohler Water Spa
Broker Owned
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911 Bayberry Ln, Kohler

Contemporary 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home
Luxurious hardwood floors, sunroom
Living room with high vaulted ceiling
Finished lower rec room and laundry
Private backyard and hot tub
$305,000 Kathy Nonhof

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4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2900 Sq Ft
Family room built-in bookcases & fireplace
Sunroom skylights soaring ceiling
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$254,900 Kathy Nonhof


3 Bedroom, 3 bath Condo with walk-out lower
Cathedral ceilings, fireplace, family room
Screened in porch, maintenance free deck, patio

Fred Stone

1104 Creeks Cross Ct, Kohler
Well Maintained, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Master suite-Lg walk in closet, WP tub
Great Room floor-ceiling stone fireplace
Covered deck, patio, beautiful landscape
Cedar siding, great location
$324,900 Meg Trager

2303 S 8th St, Sheboygan
3 & 2 Bedroom Units, 5 car Garage, ceramic tile
Fabulous move-in condition, well maintained
Updated Baths, newer roof and upgraded electrical
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Resident hopes to revive

sense of community to help
keep Village safe
needed for people to live together
peacefully and productively. But
he feels Kohler has changed.
Leaving doors of homes and cars
unlocked has become a thing of
the past, and Gumm realized that
he has neighbors he had never
met, until the neighborhood was
forced to band together to discuss
how they were going to protect
their neighborhood from suspicious drug-related activity taking
place in a rental property.
Gumm said he was informed by
the Sheboygan County Sheriffs
Department that numerous cars
coming and going from the rental
property at all hours of the day and
night were owned by people who
have been involved in gang and

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drug-related activities in other

communities. After meeting with
his fellow neighbors, the Sheriffs
Department, and Village officials,
Gumm and his neighbors compiled a list of proactive solutions
they would like to see from Village residents and officials:
1. Neighbors need to know each
other, respect each other and
watch out for each other.
2. Residents need to call the
Kohler Police to report incidents that endanger the neighborhood. Their non-emergency
number is 459-3877, and then
select #2 from their menu. For
emergencies dial 911.
3. Gather information about suspicious vehicles in your neighborhood and forward license
plate numbers and descriptions
to the Kohler Police Department as well as the County
Sheriffs Department.
4. Local police need to patrol all
neighborhoods on a regular
basis and step up patrols in
neighborhoods that have had
issues with break-ins, drugs,
and other illegal activity.
5. Village officials need to adopt
a nuisance abatement ordinance similar to Sheboygans
6. Village officials need to create
a database of all rental properties located in the Village of
Kohler. The registration would
be updated annually and involve an inspection of the
property (interior and exterior)
every two years, or as needed.
Gumm also calls on residents to
contact Finance Committee members Brian Post and Susan Jaberg
in support of implementing numbers 4, 5, and 6 in the above list
of suggestions, and also attend the
November 2 Finance Committee
Meeting at 5:00 p.m. at the Village Hall. Visit
and click on the Personnel Directory button for contact information for Village Board
Residents are also invited to
where there are currently 91 Village residents registered.


Long-time Kohler resident Darryl Gumm recently pondered

about how much the Village of
Kohler (and the world in general)
have changed from what it was 50
years ago. Respect, compassion,
community service and a sense of
community were central to our
way of life, said Gumm. In the
Village of Kohler, neighbors knew
each other and cared about each
other. Locking the doors on our
cars and houses was almost unheard of. The vast majority of the
homes in Kohler were single-family and owner occupied. There
were very few rental properties.
Gumm said he supports change
as long as it enriches lives and sustains the sense of community

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NOVEMBER 1, 2015


The Shops at
Woodlake Kohler
welcomes Salon
Grand Opening Celebration
to be held during Ladies
Night Out, November 12

After months of renovation

and expansion, The Shops at
Woodlake Kohler welcomes
Salon Aura, a prominent
group of Aveda salons based
in Appleton and Green Bay,
and the fifth location in its
portfolio. Salon Aura, previously the Salon at Sports
Core, will host a Grand Opening Celebration on November
12, 2015 at the new space during Ladies Night out at The
Shops at Woodlake.
The Shops at Woodlake
are thrilled to welcome Salon
Aura to the community and to
the portfolio of our boutique
and specialty shops, said
Scott Silvestri, Director Destination Kohler Development
& Marketing. Salon Auras
extensive services and full retail offerings will add another
level of excitement to The
Shops at Woodlake. We look
forward to many years of
The annual Ladies Night
Out event takes place at the
Shops at Woodlake on November 12, 2015 from 5-8
p.m., offering guests the opportunity to enjoy the variety
of shops, take advantage of
specials for that night only
and to spend time with friends
in a fun environment. In addition to in-store promotions,
there will be a holiday cooking demonstration by Chef
Trent Hazelberg of Cucina
and mini-massages and hand
treatments by Kohler Waters
Spa. The Shops at Woodlake
are home to more than 20 specialty shops and boutiques
features mens and womens
apparel, toys, collectibles,
restaurants, home furnishing
and design stores, as well as a
Demonstration Kitchen. In recent months, The Shops at
Woodlake has undergone
beautification projects to include new landscaping, signage and awnings throughout
the shopping space.
We are so proud of this
beautiful new space, and to be
working with the professional
and talented associates coming from the Salon at Sports

Core. This Grand Opening is

our way of welcoming existing and new customers to experience and enjoy Salon
Aura, said Jim Gill, owner of
Salon Aura. Its going to be
a great party and we are excited to be part of the Kohler
The celebration at Salon
Aura will extend all day long
and coincides with the Salons
Aveda product sale, offering a
20 percent discount on Aveda
brand products. This sale
only happens twice a year at
our Salon Aura locations, so
we are pleased to kick-off our
Grand Opening Celebration
with this special offer to the
many loyal customers in the
Kohler area.
In addition to tours of the
new 5,000 square-foot salon
and meeting the team, Salon
Aura will be welcoming
guests with complimentary
eye and hair treatment samples, specials on service packages,
limited-edition holiday products and conducting drawings
all day for prizes such as
products and services. A
Grand Prize drawing is also
available, offering A Day of
Aveda for Two valued at
About Salon Aura
Since establishing its first
salon in 1997, Salon Aura has
garnered a reputation for success by exceeding the expectations of its guests and
employees. Building upon
that success, Salon Aura
opened a second location in
1999, a third in 2010 and its
fourth salon in 2014. Salon
Aura provides guests with a
full array of premiere salon
services, highly trained artisans and a welcoming environment.
As an Aveda
Lifestyle salon, guests can expect the highest quality care
and finest Aveda products
available. For more information and employment opportunities,
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Focused on enhancing the guest

experience, Kohler Waters Spa
increases co-ed relaxation space and
launches seasonal experiences
Long established as an industry
leader in health, wellness and hydrotherapy experiences, Kohler
Waters Spa is never one to rest on
its laurels. Focused on continuously improving the Five-Star
guest experience at Kohler Waters
Spa at Destination Kohler, the
team has updated the 25,000
square-foot facility to include
more co-ed relaxation spaces to accommodate spa-goers who desire
more common areas where guests
can spend time together before and
after services. These updates coincide with the spa also launching

new seasonal services for the fall

and winter.
Time Together Is Time Well
We continue to see more groups
and couples coming in who wish
to spend time with each other, in
addition to having time alone to
enjoy spa services, said Director
Kohler Waters Spas Garrett Mersberger. When guests and groups
travel together, they want to spend
time catching up, laughing and enjoying each others company.
While the location and activities
are important when planning a get-

away, together time is equally as

important. Mersberger references
couples traveling together, girls
and guys getaways, and bachelorette and wedding parties who all
look for locations where they can
congregate and socialize.
The first floor of Kohler Waters
Spa now includes two revamped
areas to accommodate guests who
wish to relax before and after services. One area, on the west side of
the first floor, includes new lounge
chairs, chromotherapy lights and
curtains for privacy. The other
area, off the south side of the spa,
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Registration for the 2015-2016 Kohler youth girls basketball season
are underway. To sign up your daughter to play basketball this winter,
please send an email to the coach for your daughter's grade. All girls
are welcome, including those who have played previously as well as
those who have not. If you have any questions, please feel free to
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Kohler Waters Spa, Continued from page 1

includes comfortable couches and
chairs, tables for dining, outdoor
seating and a television. Both
spaces offer the ability for individuals to rest or groups to engage
with one another. These spaces are
co-ed and are also open for guests
to enjoy spa lunch at their leisure.
In addition, the first floor lobby
includes more seating and floorto-ceiling blue glass decorative
panels that have the look and feel
of water. Each design element of
the spa has been specifically
picked out to look, feel, sound or
mimic the essence of water a
Kohler Waters Spa specialty. The
lower level of the spa also includes new comfortable furniture
in the co-ed relaxation spaces,
some new pieces and others refurbished.
When we talk about health and
wellness at Kohler Waters Spa, we
talk not only about the detoxifying
and thoughtful services we offer,
but also about the importance of
the ambiance how sound, colors
and atmosphere also contribute to
a healthy mind, body and soul,
added Mersberger. Our goal with
the updated spaces is to provide
that ultimate getaway for each person.

New Fall & Winter Seasonal

The updates to the spa facility coincide with the launch of the fall
and winter seasonals, which employ the fresh scents and smells of
the harvest and winter seasons.
Chocolate Re-Wine Body
Service Oct. 1 - Dec. 10
A body service and facial in one,
the Chocolate Re-Wine seasonal is
launched in honor of the Kohler
Food & Wine Experience at Destination Kohler. This anti-oxidant
infused head-to-toe treatment will
replenish dry, stressed skin both
on the body and face while also
leveraging the healing benefits of
rich vitamins such as Goji Berry,
Pomegranate, Green Tea, and B
Vitamins. 50 minute service starting at $150
Apple Cider Pedicure Oct. 1
- Dec. 10
Utilizing Farm House Fresh products, the Apple Cider Pedicure is
the perfect harvest seasonal service. It includes a hydrating fizz
ball soak, sugar scrub exfoliation,
and a caramel body milk foot massage with the warming fall scents
of apple cider rum, pumpkin and
caramel. 50-minute service starting at $90.

Peppermint Snowflake
Pedicure Dec. 11 - March 31
This winter seasonal was designed
to help alleviate chronic muscle
aches and stiffness. The treatment
features a foot soak using Naturopathica Magnesium Bath Flakes,
followed by a thorough exfoliation of the legs and feet. This pedicure also includes warm and cool
therapy, to sooth aches and pains,
while circulating blood flow and
finishes off with a massage using
Gotu Kola Healing Balm that hydrates and repairs skin. 50-minute
service starting at $90.
When Life Hands You
Lemons Massage Dec 11 March 31
A winter seasonal and therapeutic
massage was designed to be
soothing without using deep pressure. The treatment is aimed to
provide a seep sense of calm and
relaxation and utilizes products
that are organic and have been selected for their immune-boosting
and mood-lifting properties. 50
minute service for $155 and 80
minute service starting at $205.
For more information or reservations, please call 800-344-2838
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Students participate in Testing the Waters program

The students listed will participate in this years water testing
program at Kohler High School.
This science enrichment program
allows students to participate in a
community service project and
also encourages them to use some
of their biology and chemistry
skills. The students will be actively involved in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting biology
and chemistry data related to the
water quality of the Sheboygan
River. The Kohler group is responsible for testing the river near

Black Wolf Run Golf Course.

Some of the tests include dissolved
oxygen, biological oxygen demand, pH, temperature, total phosphates, nitrates, turbidity, total
solids, fecal coliform, and
macroinvertebrates. The water test
results are sent to the Great Lakes
Area of Concern Program, the
UW-Sheboygan Water Quality Extension, and to the Department of
Natural Resources. Other Sheboygan County schools test different
parts of the river, and all of the results are shared at a forum in the

spring. Along with presenting the

data, students suggest explanations
for their findings, and work together to explore possible action
plans that might have a positive
impact on the areas land conservation and the environment. Students attend sessions where water
quality experts provide needed information. Students involved in
the program are currently taking
honors physics, advanced biology,
or honors chemistry. Ms. Krejcarek is the science teacher leading
this group.

Hank Biznek
Allie Bryce
Abby Cieszynski
Amanda Egbert
Brett Friske
Alissa Griswold
Amelia Grose
Emily Guesneau
Emma Herold
Deny Kanz
Lauren Kelm
Hunter Lewinski
Sam Maass
Anna Mesalles
Jamie Pagelow
Larissa Paseta
Brendan Pellegrino
Sam Pfrang
Megan Renzelmann
Jenny Rutten
Donna Sarkar
Tyler Tuttle
Lucas Wesemann

Noah Becker
Avinash Murthy
Allison Boerner
Christy Zheng
Beth Boland
Archie Brohn
Jim Conklin
Quinn Daane
Emma Hapeman
Evelyn Heun
Riland Hidri
Kellie Hoekstra
Zach Hoell
Lauren Horth
Deanna Jacobs
Lucas Knuth
Sam Kohler
Jenna Ladwig
Allie Lindow
Grace Madigan
Lorrigan Puls
Amanda Renzelmann
Kaelin Sbrocco
Angela Schmitt
Luke Silvestri
Brady Stefanczyk
Charlie Twohig
Emily Vallo
Nathan Waniorek

NOVEMBER 1, 2015


Kohler sisters perform

for State Honors Music
Kohler Middle School violinists
Clara and Lily Montes were
among many of Wisconsins most
accomplished junior high and middle school music students (band,
choir and orchestra) who performed in Madison on Saturday,
October 31, at the Wisconsin
(WSMA) Middle Level State Honors Music Project concerts.
Throughout the state 314 students in grades six, seven and eight
were selected from over 1,200 who
auditioned in April 2015 to participate in the WSMA program. Auditions included individual student
performances and an ensemble
class, taught by an Honors adjudicator. Selection was based on several
WSMA State Honors Music
Project brings Wisconsins finest
school musicians together to work
with nationally known conductors
in a professional setting. The 2015

WSMA Middle Level State Honors conductors were: Band: Juan

Tony Guzman, Decorah, Iowa; Orchestra: E. Daniel Long, Ann
Arbor, Michigan; Choir: Maribeth
Yoder-White, Banner Elk, North
This program provides a
unique, enrichment opportunity for
hardworking music students to
meet and interact with other inspiring musicians, coaches and conductors, while creating memories
that last a lifetime, said Shelley
Hooper, WSMA program director.
Students in grades six through
eight who attended a WSMA
member school and participated in
the schools music program will be
eligible to audition for the 2016
WSMA Middle Level State Honors Project. Auditions will be held
in April at six locations throughout
Wisconsin. For more information
on Middle Level State Honors and


Help us bring food to those in need this holiday season.
The average cost to supply one meal is only $3.00.


Donate a meal (or two!) and
Sweet Potatos will match all proceeds for the
Sheboygan County Food Bank!

The Shops at Woodlake, Kohler, WI

Mon - Sat / 10-6 and Sun / 10-5 |

Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction,
which also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Scan for Low-Energy Areas of the Body
Balance Energy Centers
= Why Low-Energy Has Developed
= Suggestions for Maintaining High-Energy

Member International Association of Reiki Professionals


Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake

Kohler Fifth graders

participate in Trees
for Tomorrow program
NOVEMBER 12, 2015
Explore each of the shops
and see where the night
takes you. Grab your
girlfriends and join us in
The Shops at Woodlake
Kohler for a fun night
of shopping, special
offers, and a chance
to win some
amazing prizes.
By Duane DuMez
Thank you to all the sponsors
who contributed to the 5th grade
trip to the outdoor education program at Trees for Tomorrow. Selected fifth graders took part in
many different educational opportunities including: outdoor survival
skills, logging days activities, bog
study, and one of their favorites,
Orienteering skills which had them

dropped off in the Nicolet National

Forest with only a compass and the
instructions to find the bus in a
couple of hours. These activities
with the additional classes on deer,
bear, wolves and birds of prey, allowed them to experience things
that a normal classroom cannot.
Thanks again for all the sponsors
who generously gave to this wonderful program.

For details and a

schedule of special offerings,


NOVEMBER 1, 2015




Lincoln Town Car

Interior of 14
Passenger Limo Coach


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2600 Kohler Memorial Dr.

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VP Retail Banking - NMLS 472234

For better banking, think First

14 Passenger SUV


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Office: (920) 457-2306 Ext. 107

Direct:(920) 783-2107
Fax: (920) 457-2328
Home:(920) 458-8315
Toll Free:(800) 569-6801
Sheboygan Sales Office
2500 Kohler Memorial Drive
Sheboygan, WI 53081

Rita M. Gast, CRS, GRI

Associate Vice President

Business Card Corner $15 50% off second run if run twice per
month. Email or call 920-331-4904

The American Legion



join in saluting our military veterans of all wars this
November 11 - and every day. Thank you for serving
America with honor, courage and commitment.


Interior & exterior homes. Can power wash & seal

or stain decks, paint metal doors & shutters. Can repair or replace bad boards & do general carpentry
work. Free estimates. Very competitive prices. Experienced. Len Hucke and Ed Thompson.


Veterans Day 2015

The American Legion - Americas Veterans Service Organization


(S.120.06(6)(b), WI STATS.)
School District of Kohler
April 5, 2016
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election to be held in the School District of Kohler on Tuesday,
April 5, 2016, the following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. The term
of office for school board members is three years beginning on Monday, April 25, 2016.
Kohler School Board Member

Pete Schueller
Marlene Yang
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a Campaign Registration Statement and a Declaration of Candidacy,
must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, 2016, in the Kohler School District office located at 333 Upper Road, Kohler, Wisconsin, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Monday
through Friday, mailed to the address noted above or filed personally with the school district clerk, Chad
Hamilton or school district deputy clerk, Ms. Quynh Trueblood.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2016.
A description of the school district boundaries can be obtained from the school district office.
Given under my hand, on 1 November, 2015.
Chad Hamilton
School District of Kohler Clerk

October & November classes at

Same classes John offers thru the University of Wisconsin
Call to reserve your seat. 920-457-9543 Held at Intentions
Forever Young
Tap into the fountain of youth that is within you
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2015, Time: 6:30pm 8:30pm,
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Meditation Training
Learn how to slow down the minds endless chatter.
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2015, Time: 6:30pm 8:30pm,
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Healthy Sleep
Learn to fall asleep quickly and sleep soundly.
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015, Time: 6:30pm 8:30pm,
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Peaceful Warrior
Learn how to be at peace and calm down quickly.
Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2015, Time: 6:30pm 8:30pm,
Fee: $30.00 (cash or check)
Dont like the dates? Bring three or more of your friends and
schedule the class youd like to have.
Call 920-946-0363 or see us at Intentions

NOVEMBER 1, 2015





Limited Edition Village Print for Sale

Only 20le!

Kohler Village by Nathylie Ross, 1986

A depiction of life in 1933 as remembered by the artist.
New printing! Unframed 18x24 prints available at Village Hall.
$30 cash or check only + $10 first class shipping to US addresses.
Send orders to: 319 Highland Dr., Kohler WI 53044 (920) 459-3873
At the request of the artists family, any profits from the sale of this
print will be given to the Waelderhaus.




Village Meetings Scheduled for November

11/2 Property Committee
4:30 pm
11/2 Finance Committee
5:00 pm
11/9 Village Board
5:30 pm
11/11 Library Board (at Library) 12:30 pm
11/19 Planning Commission
4:30 pm
11/23 Recreation Committee
4:30 pm
All meetings are held at Kohler Village Hall, 319
Highland Drive, unless otherwise indicated.

With gun deer hunting season right around
the corner, the Kohler Police Department is reminding all those with firearms to use caution when handling firearms. Also, the Kohler Police Department
continues to supply Masterlock trigger locks for all
residents that want one. One free gunlock can be
obtained from the police department just by stopping in. For those who have already obtained one
in 2015, another can be obtained starting in 2016.
In addition to the Masterlock trigger locks provided
by the Kohler Police Department, a federal program, Project Childsafe continues to have locks
available at the police department, while supplies
last. These locks are the cable lock variety and anyone may request up to three of those for their guns

Nomination Papers for Spring Election

Tuesday, December 1, 2015, is the first
day to circulate nomination papers for the 2016
Spring Election. Nomination papers are available
at the Village Offices during regular business
hours or on-line at The due
date for filing nomination papers is Tuesday, January 5, 2016, at 5:00 pm. All terms begin on
Tuesday, April 19, 2016, and are for two years.
The following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed:
Village Trustee Susan Jaberg
Village Trustee John Pethan
Village Trustee John Winter
If you have any questions regarding nomination
papers, please contact the Village Clerk-Treasurers Office, 920-459-3873 or email The Spring Primary, if needed, will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, and the Spring Election will be
held on Tuesday, April 5, 2016.
Village Office Hours
The Village Office will be closed Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27. Regular
office hours are MondayFriday, 7:30 a.m.4:00
Follow the Village of Kohler on Twitter


Leaf Collection
Leaf collection will continue through December 4th. Leaves should be raked into the street
along the curb in a three-foot (3) wide row. No
grass clippings, sticks, or other garden debris is
allowed. The Public Works Department follows a
schedule for leaf collection. The collection starts on
the south end of the Village where the trees are
more mature and produce more leaves. The route
continues to the west and north sections of the Village. During the last part of October and early part
of November we may only be able to get through
the Village once a week and cannot make exceptions since this will affect the collection schedule.

Fall Yard Waste

Yard waste must be put into the carts
with the green lid. On October 27th and November 3rd, yard waste may be put into additional containers after the cart is full for these
two special pickup weeks.

The Village Board approved the following
items during their September 14th meeting:
Referral of chronic nuisance property ordinance information to the Finance Committee
for further review.
Appointment of Dietmar Wohlgemuth to the
Planning Commission.
Operators licenses as requested.
July 2015 Revenue & Expense reports, bank
reconciliation and journal entries.
Resolution 2015-10, Amending the 2015 General Fund Capital Outlay Budget.
Sheboygan County Highway Department
complete repairs to Greenfield Dr., $33,271.

Village Board
Thomas Schnettler, President
Susan Jaberg
Charles Keller
John Pethan
Brian Post
John Winter
Mike Zimmermann
Laurie Lindow
Police Chief
William Rutten
Director of Public Works
Brett Edgerle
Fire Chief
Mike Lindstrom
Recreation Director
Doug Bocchini
Erin Coppersmith

10 NOVEMBER 1, 2015





Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the School District of

Kohler, County of Sheboygan, State of Wisconsin, that an Annual Meeting of
said district for the transaction of business will be held in the District Library
in the school on Monday, the twenty-sixth day of October, 2015, at sixthirty oclock p.m. The Budget Hearing of said district for review of the
budget will be held in the same place on the same day at six oclock p.m.
Dated this 1st day of October, 2015.
Chad Hamilton, District Clerk

Correction: Big East Honors

Band and Choir
Jim Conklins name was inadvertently excluded in the October
15 issue of The Kohler Villager
from the list of Kohler High
School students who were selected
for the 2016 Big East Honors
The band and choir students

were selected based on performance ability and music achievements. The honors band and choir
will rehearse and perform a concert
on Thursday, January 7, 2016 at
7:00 p.m. at the Capitol Civic Center in Manitowoc.

School Board Minutes August 24, 2015

Call to Order
Marlene Yang called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. in
the Conference Room. Chad Hamilton called roll. The
following board members were present: Marlene Yang,
Chad Hamilton, Pete Schueller, Christina Koberstein and
Diane Kelly.
Statement of Public Notice
August 21, 2015
Approval of Agenda
Christina moved to approve the agenda. Pete seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Adjourn to closed session to consider employment,
contracts and performance-related information for employees over which the school board has jurisdiction or
exercises responsibility pursuant to Wis. Stats. 19.85
(1) (c).
Chad moved to adjourn into closed session. Pete seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.

Michele Weinandt is our Cross-categorical Special Education Teacher. Mrs. Kelli Vroom will support as a Special
Education Assistant.
Teachers will return for Pre-session 2015. This is the
year of Telling Our Stories. Purpose driven stories, capturing positive and Inspiring moments, providing the best
education for children, and the joy and excitement of
learning. We look forward to a year of incredible stories
made in our schools and shared with the public.
We welcome the returning and new students and families
this week at Sneak Peek, Freshman and New Student Orientation, and a Meet and Greet the new principals with
cake for all to celebrate the school community coming
back together.

Board Governance

Principals Report (Lisa Greene)

The elementary teachers have been busy working to get
their classrooms ready for the start of another school
year. They are working hard to prepare their rooms to create an optimal learning environment. The teachers are excited to meet their new students at Sneak Peek this

Reconvene into Open Session

Chad moved to reconvene into open session. Diane seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried. The meeting
reconvened at 7:10 pm.

Mrs. Bley and Mrs. Abel held a Ready, Set, Go 4K program, welcoming our newest learners to the Kohler family
and helping them become familiar with their new teachers, school and expectations.

Roll Call (Kohler Public Library)

Chad Hamilton called roll. All present.

We welcome a few new staff members this year. Or new

Elementary secretary is Rebecca Remberg. We have
Mrs. Amy Abel returning to Kohler Elementary as a 4K
teacher. Although Ms. Sydney Cleven is not a new face
for Kohler Elementary, she has now joined us as a full
time 3rd grade teacher. Mr. Jon Waters joins us as a 4th
grade teacher, and Ms. Michelle Weinandt is newly hired
as our elementary special education teacher. We will be
interviewing candidates for our Media and Information Literacy Teacher this Wednesday. We are so happy to have
them all join our team!

Persons addressing the Board of Education

Jeremy Morehouse and Lori Garces spoke to the board
regarding the open enrollment policy.
Board Presidents Report (Marlene Yang)
WASB offer seminars for new board members. The regional fall meeting is September 30 at the Milhomme
Supper Club.
The strategic communication plan effort will commence
in September. Christina will work with Quynh.
Superintendents Report (Quynh Trueblood)
The summer months have been productive with the organizational restructuring to support quality instruction by
teachers, to elevate the climate and culture of our
schools, and to establish an effective and efficient school
system. We have the hands of many who have worked
hard to assist with onboarding our principals, welcoming
and assisting new faculty and staff, reorganizing our
school offices; improving, expanding, and preparing our
facilities, and preparing for the welcome and return of
teachers, students and families. Our summer team is an
incredible team: Paula Anderson, Lynn Vander Schaaf,
Doug Bocchini, Cindy Payne, Jeff Schultz, Mark
Gabrielse, and Lloyd Bleuel.
Registration was very successful. A best fleet of school
staff, all 12, provided a warm welcome and help to returning and new families. Very smooth, efficient process.
I enjoyed representing the district at the PGA Wives Charity event. The event was a collaborative effort led by the
PGA of America Spouses, PGA TOUR Wives Association,
and PGA REACH in conjunction with the Kohler Co. and
Bookworm Gardens. The groups partnered to create
spaces in Bookworm Gardens that showcased the 2015
PGA Championship at Whistling Straits with a focus on
children, literacy, imagination, reading, education and
sustainability - all of which were celebrated in the story of
Connor the Caddie, imagined by the Koberstein Family
and written by Ulrich Koberstein and illustrated by
Christina Koberstein. The events of the day will stay with
all of us for a very long time.
We welcome new teachers and staff: Mr. Matt Kautzer is
our business manager. Mrs. Amy Abel will teach the 4k
students. Mrs. Rebecca Remberg is our Administrative
Assistant for the Elementary School. Mrs. Sydney Cleven
will teach the third grade students. Mr. Jon Waters will
teach the fourth grade students. Mrs. Kelly Wink will
serve as the Speech and Language Teacher. Mrs.

My days are busy with familiarizing myself with current

curriculum resources and assessments and learning
about procedures and past practices regarding field trips
and enrichment programs to help support our curriculum.
Principals Report (Timothy Brown)
Looking forward to this opportunity to continue academic excellence at Kohler School District. Therefore I
have been orientating myself to the school and what I
can do to help solidify the strategic plan of the school
Spending my time reflecting and engaging with Peggy
Black and the district onboarding process regarding
Team Building and effective and efficient leadership
and building the approach to the school year with that
in mind.
Specifically my opening statements to the staff and
starting the school year with a strong opener. my
focus surrounds relationship building, high expectations and academic excellence to achieve these goals,
the middle school has been focusing on September
with an eye on the kohler andrea state park trip which
will occur on Friday, September 4th. Our PBIS introduction to occurr on Wednesday, September 9th and
enriching the homecoming experience for middle
school students.
Our high school has been working on building student
climate and culture surrounding homecoming activities
as well as challenge day, occurring on September 2829th.
Personal note, I attended the football game friday
night. I am energized by the student participation and
parental involvement. The feeling in the building is different, and am very much honored and humbled by
my new appointment and am looking forward to a
successful beginning of the 2015-16 school year.
Review of District Finances
Matt Kautzer reported that the audit is complete. There

were no issues to report. DPI has new requirements for

Fund 80 reporting. The business office is making sure
the school district is compliant. The Kohler School District paid off the unfunded pension liability. The 15-16
budget is on-track this year.
Consent Agenda
Approval of July 2015 Board Meeting minutes
Approval of Invoices
Reports of the Finance Committee
Recommendation to approve strategic compensation to
include: a performance-level base/salary model, retro-active masters degree adjustments for the years between
2009-2012, credit reimbursement for continuing education, stipends & scholarships.
Recommendation to the full board to approve additional
open enrollment applications for the waiting list in grades
4K, 4, and 9 where space is available while maintaining
the following:
at least a 15% cushion from the maximum enrollment for
all grades at the elementary school
at least a 10% cushion from the maximum enrollment for
all grades at the middle school
at least a 7% cushion from the maximum enrollment for
all grades at the high school
Reports of the Committee of the Whole
Recommendation to approve the shared library improvement project with the village
Recommendation to approve $6300 in performance
bonus for the Superintendent for the 2014-2015 school
Chad Hamilton moved to approve the consent agenda.
Christina Koberstein seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Action and/or Discussion Items
Approve waiting list open enrollment applications
based on actual numbers
Chad moved to not approve any additional seats beyond
the 15 approved by the board in January 2015. Pete seconded the motion. Discussion ensued. Chad moved to
amend the motion to allow 15% resident growth districtwide. Pete seconded. Discussion ensued. A vote was
taken. Marlene called for a vote. One aye and four nays.
The amended motion did not pass. Marlene called for a
vote on the original motion. Five nays. The original motion did not pass.
Marlene moved to approve additional open enrollment application from the waiting list for grades 4K, 4 and 9
where space is available while maintaining the following:
at least a 15% cushion from the maximum enrollment for
all grades at the elementary school; at least a 10% cushion from the maximum enrollment for all grades at the
middle school; at least a 7% cushion from the maximum
enrollment for all grades at the high school. Diane Kelly
seconded the motion. Discussion was held. Marlene
called for a vote. All ayes with no dissension. Motion
National Board Certification for Dana Krejcarek
The school board awarded $2500 to Dana Krejcarek in
recognition of her national board certification.
Appoint Finance Committee Members
Marlene appointed Pete Schueller to serve with treasurer,
Diane Kelly on the finance committee.
Appoint ad hoc Policy Committee
Marlene appointed Chad Hamilton and Christina Koberstein to serve on the ad hoc policy committee.
Approve the strategic compensation proposal as recommended by the finance committee
Diane moved to approve the strategic compensation
model to include performance level salary schedule, masters degree adjustments, credit reimbursement, stipends
and scholarships as recommended by the finance committee. Christina seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion

Approve the teacher contracts for the 2015-2016

school year as recommended by the finance committee
Chad moved to approve the teacher contracts for the
2015-2016 school year as recommended by the finance
committee. Christina seconded the motion. All ayes.
Motion carried.
Approve addendum to the KPS Teacher Handbook to include the strategic compensation model and provisions
for personal day
Chad moved to approve the amended addendum to the
KPS teacher handbook to include the strategic compensation model and provisions for personal day. Diane seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the shared library project plan with the village
as recommended by the committee of the whole
Christina moved to approve the shared library project plan
with the village as recommended by the committee of the
whole. Pete seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the 2015-2016 district proposal to the Kohler
School Foundation
Chad moved to approve the 2015-2016 district proposal
to the Kohler School Foundation. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Amend the superintendents contract to separate the
duties of the superintendent and high school principal
Chad moved to amend the superintendents contract to
separate the duties of the superintendent and high school
principal. Diane seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the resignation Ryan Miller, IT Coordinator
Diane moved to accept the resignation of Ryan Miller.
Christina seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the resignation of Ashley TeBeest, EL Special
Education Teacher
Chad moved to accept the resignation of Ashley TeBeest.
Christina seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the resignation of Alyca Arentsen, Library
Media Specialist
Christina moved to accept the resignation of Alyca Arentsen. Diane seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Rebecca Remberg, EL Secretary
Chad moved to hire Rebecca Remberg as the Elementary
secretary. Diane seconded. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Kelli Vroom, Special Education Aid
Christina moved to hire Kelli Vroom. Chad seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Kelly Wink, Speech and Language
Diane moved to hire Kelly Wink. Christina seconded the
motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Approve the hire of Michele Weinandt, EL Special Education Teacher
Chad moved to hire Michele Weinandt. Pete seconded
the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous donation from the Frederic C
Kohler Foundation in the amount of $28,950
Chad moved to accept the generous donation from the
Frederic C Kohler Foundation in the amount of $28,950.
Christina seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.
Accept the generous unrestricted donation from the
RDK Foundation in the amount of $25,000
Christina moved to accept the generous unrestricted donation from the RDK Foundation in the amount of
$25,000. Pete seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion
Chad Hamilton moved to adjourn. Pete Schueller seconded the motion. All ayes. The meeting adjourned at
9:45 pm.

NOVEMBER 1, 2015



2015 Kohler
Madrigal Singers
Auditions for the 2015 Kohler Madrigal Singers was held in September. The 2015 Kohler Madrigal Singers are:
Soprano I: Meg Biznek, Chloi Ducharme, and Ryah Gutschow
Soprano II: Amelia Grose, Lauren Horth, and Emily Vallo
Alto: Hannah Coppersmith, Emma Hapeman, Izzy Heins, Clara
Montes, and Ali Willadsen
Tenor: Rilind Hidri, Max Holmes, Ben Tengowski, and Johnny Vallo
Bass: Ben Heins, Denny, Kanz, Jack Kral, Lorenz Spieth, and
Nathan Waniorek
Congratulations to all the singers!
Below is a performance schedule for the Madrigal Singers.

2015 Kohler Madrigal

Singers Performance Dates
**Open to the public
**Sat. Nov. 21st
Kohler Craft Fair 11:30 am (Jazz Band 11:00)
**Sat. Nov. 28th
Elkhart Lake Tree Lighting Service 6:30 7:30 Downtown
**Sat. December 5th
Downtown Sheboygan tour 1:00 2:30 meet at the Weill Center
(Sheboygan 8th St.)
Mon. December 7
Sheboygan Womens Club 6:00 Performance at the Yacht Club Sheboygan
Tue. December 8
American Club Performance at 12:30 Kohler/Falls Kiwanis
** Winter Concert 7:30
Fri. December 11th
** Blue Harbor 6 6:45
Millhome in Kiel B-day party 7:00ish
Sat. December 12th
American Club 1:20 Quarter Century Dinner
** Sun. December 13th
Waelderhaus Sun. 2:00 2:50
** Tue. December 15 Madrigal Tour
Green Lawn Memorial Cty Trk O Performance @ 7:00 pm



Donating Bake Sale Items

(cakes, pies, muffins, breads, cookies,
brownies, cut bars, snack mixes)

Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair

Saturday, November 21
Help support Kohler Schools by donating items
to be sold during the KSF Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Drop off donations Friday, November 20th
7:45 a.m.-6:30 p.m. in Gym Lobby
Saturday, November 21st
7:30-9:00 a.m. in the Gym Lobby
Creative packaging is greatly appreciated,
but not necessary
Questions??? Contact:
Jennifer Roeber 467-0623

A Beauty of a Broadway musical

KHS Beauty and The Beast Opens November 5th
By Peggy Hoffmann
Disney has always been known
for wonderful animated movies.
But after the critical raves for their
film Beauty and the Beast, first
released in 1991, Disney decided
to turn the movie into a Broadway
musical. Filled with fantastic
characters and an engaging story,
the musical features all the favorite songs from the movie,
along with a few new tunes. And
now, Kohler High thespians will
bring the show to the Kohler Memorial Theatre Stage.
The show opens on Thursday,
November 5th at 7 pm and two
more evening shows follow on
Friday and Saturday at the same
time. The show closes with a Sunday matinee at 2 pm. Tickets are
available in the Kohler High office and are $7.00 in advance and
$9.00 at the door. Tickets are good
for any of the four shows. Box office opens a half hour before the

Students work on constructing the set for Beauty and The Beast. From left: Michael Kral, Hanna Coulson and Denny Kanz.

Photo: Erin Kanz


12 NOVEMBER 1, 2015


A Yoga weekend
for all
New manager, new
exciting workshops!
Ashley Kohler, Studio
Manager of Yoga On the
Lake, is happy to present
the Trinity Workshop
Weekend with Chicagobased yogi, Danny Benoit.
The 3-part workshop runs
November 6-8 and is
available for all skill levels
and focuses on yoga,
breath work and
meditation. A wine social
hour with fellow yogis will
also follow the workshop
on Friday evening. To
register, please email Yoga
On the Lake Studio
Manager. Fee. For more
information and for
reservations please contact
Yoga on the Lake Manager
Ashley Kohler at
or at 920-453-2817.

Friday, November 6
7-9:30pm/Part 1 - Vinyasa and
Meditation with Wine Social
Saturday, November 7
10:30am-12:30pm/Part 2 Morning session Flow with
2:00-3:45pm/Part 2 Afternoon
Session Guided Meditation
Sunday, November 8
10:30am-12:30pm/Part 3 - The
Union of Asana


Destination Kohler announces lineup of

upcoming events, including famed
country music star, Kellie Pickler
Destination Kohler is
proud to welcome country music star and
famed TV personality,
Kellie Pickler, live at
the Kohler Memorial
Theater on December
12, 2015. Picklers concert is part of the many
upcoming events taking place at the
five-star, five-diamond resort. Packages at Destination Kohler and individual tickets are available now.
The resort is excited to welcome
and host Kellie Pickler, said
Michael Belot, General Manager
Destination Kohler. The energy
and talent Kellie brings to a concert
is thrilling and is sure to provide
great entertainment for our guests.
With events like this, we try to think
of unique ways to make the experience even more special. With Kellie,
we are pleased to offer fans the opportunity to meet and spend time
with her.
The resort has seen past success
hosting concerts and have amped up
efforts to continue to provide guests
with unforgettable experiences.
There are three overnight packages

at The American Club and

Inn on Woodlake, creatively named after Picklers songs Best Days of
Your Life, Red High
Heels and Small Town
Girl. The most comprehensive package, starting
at $350 per person, is Best
Day of Your Life two-nights at
The American Club, one VIP ticket
to the concert and a private meet
and greet with Kellie Pickler.
Kohler Comedy Weekend
Destination Kohler is offering
several other events and activities
for guests this fall and winter. After
great success in its inaugural year,
Destination Kohler is bringing back
Kohler Comedy Weekend, November 13-14, with six nationally touring comedians visiting over two
nights. The comedians include:
Tommy Ryman, seen on Last
Comic Standing; David Crowe,
seen on The Late Show with David
Letterman; Erin Foley, seen on
Comedy Central, Chelsea Lately,
and The Tonight Show with Jay
Leno; Andy Hendrickson, see on
Last Comic Standing; Ralph Har-

ris, seen on Late Night with Conan

OBrien, Comedy Central and HBO;
Jim Flannigan, Chicago native and
recently on national tour; and Mike
Green, seen performing Stand Up in
all 48 contiguous United States
Last year, Destination Kohler
launched the Kohler Comedy Weekend, seeing a sell-out crowd, said
Belot. We anticipate high demand
and interest in tickets again as these
comedians are some of the best
Ticket packages, starting at $189
per person, and individual tickets,
starting at $37.50, are on sale now.
Mark Your Calendar
In addition to Kellie Pickler and
Kohler Comedy Weekend, the resort
is pleased to host several other upcoming events that offer options for
guests to enjoy.
Wisconsin Holiday Market
November 20-22, 2015
Five-Star Dine Around
December 10, 2015
Wisconsin Food Favorites
January 29-31, 2016
In Celebration of Chocolate February 19-21, 2016

The End Zone with Antonio Freeman
Mondays, 6-7pm (except October 26)
The Horse & Plow
ESPN Wisconsin presents The End Zone with
Antonio Freeman at The Horse & Plow on
Mondays from 6-7pm at The Horse & Plow
until the end of regular season football. Score
yourself a seat as Green Bay Hall of Famer
Antonio Freeman, ESPN Milwaukees Drew
Olson and a featured pro football player of the
week break down all the action. The live
broadcast will be broadcast throughout the
dining room of the historic taproom. Stick
around after the show, and enjoy Monday
night football and drink specials. For VIP seating reservations call 920-457-8000. Stay current with every episode of the show by
listening to the podcast at
There will not be a show on October 26.
Fall Open House
November 1, 1-3pm, Complimentary
Sports Core
Enjoy the unique experiences Sports Core has
to offer. This open house will provide you the
opportunity to observe or participate in different types of classes: 1-2pm - Fitness and Tennis class demos, 2-3pm Social. Fitness attire
suggested for those participating. Light refreshments & raffles will be offered. Complimentary for members and guests, so invite
your family, friends and co-workers. Please
register at the Sports Core reception desk or
by phone (920-457-4444).
Kohler Waters Spa Special Offer
November 1-30
Kohler Waters Spa & Kohler at Home
20% off Kerstin Florian products in the spa
boutique and online at Kohler at Home
( using coupon code:
SPArkle Promotion
Nov 2-Dec 10
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy a SPArkle discount on Sundays-Thursdays of $50 off a 50- or 80- min service(s) or
20% off finishing services such as manicures,
pedicures, hair, make-up & waxing. Excludes
seasonal services & cannot be combined with
any other offers. Call 855-283-7137

Community Giving Event

Tuesday, November 10, 4-8pm, $50
Kohler Waters Spa
Let us take care of you as we together take
care of the community. Join us as we partner
with Kerstin Florian to provide a Super Hydration Facial to prepare for the cold dry winter
ahead. With a donation of non-perishable food
items we are hoping to fill the shelves of the
Sheboygan Food Pantry before Thanksgiving.
$50 per person, includes 25 minute treatment,
and a $25 retail credit to apply towards any
skin care purchase of $50 or more. With a donation of 5 non-perishable food items please
enjoy a discounted even fee of $40. Please
contact Megan Hoffmann at 920-451-2160 or to reserve your
appointment. Space is limited. Registration fee
is non-refundable and non-transferable for
special events. Access to full spa facilities not
available to event attendees. 920-451-2160
Veterans Day Specials
November 11
Various Locations & Offers
Veterans, Active Military, and Reservists (Military ID is required) will enjoy special offers on
Lodging, Dining at Cucina, Horse & Plow, Wisconsin Room, Blackwolf Run and Whistling
Straits, Golf at Blackwolf Run and Whistling
Straits, discount on select items at Blackwolf
Run and Whistling Straits Golf Shops, Complimentary access at Sports Core, discounted
spa service at Kohler Waters Spa Services.
Exclusions apply. Call 1-800-344-2838 for
more information.
Ladies Night Out
November 12, 5-8pm
The Shops at Woodlake
Grab your girlfriends and join us in The Shops
at Woodlake Kohler for a fabulous night out.
Start your evening at Woodlake Market, enter
the raffle (5-7pm) for a chance to win some
amazing prizes and to learn what each shop
has to offer. Enjoy a holiday cooking presentation (5-7pm) by Chef Trent Hazelberg of
Cucina in the Demonstration Kitchen. Promotions and special events in the shops until 8pm
followed by the raffle drawing at 8pm. Please
call 920-459-1713 for more information.

Kohler Comedy Weekend

November 13 - 14
The American Club/Inn on Woodlake
Dont miss our funniest weekend of the year
Comedy Weekend, November 13-14 as six
nationally touring comedians as seen on Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, HBO and
network late night talk shows fill the resort with
laughter. Overnight packages are on sale now.
Friday, November 13 at 8pm - Comedy Show
at the Inn on Woodlake Lower Level with Jim
Flannigan (Emcee), Tommy Ryman, David
Crowe, Erin Foley
Saturday, November 14 at 2pm - Comic Q&A
(Package Exclusive) at The American Club
Saturday, November 14 at 8pm - Comedy
Show at the Inn on Woodlake Lower Level
with Jim Flannigan (Emcee), Mike Green,
Andy Hendrickson
End of Season Sale
November 20, 9am-7pm and
November 21, 8am-4pm
Blackwolf Run in the Wolf Pack/Bear Clan
20-80% savings on official Whistling Straits
and Blackwolf Run logoed merchandise. For
Every $50 purchase, receive a $5 voucher,
redeemable on any future purchases at
Blackwolf Run or Whistling Straits Restaurant
or Golf Shop. 920-803-3016
Wisconsin Holiday Market
November 20 22, $6
Various Locations: Conference Levels of The
American Club; Inn on Woodlake; and the
Kohler Design Center
Delight in the Holiday Tradition of the 33rd annual Holiday Market. Browse and shop vendors from across the Midwest as they present
Holiday decorations, clothing and accessories
for women and children, handmade wooden
toys, sweets, other food items, and serving
ware. This event offers wonderful decorations
for your home as well as wonderful gifts to
make the holidays special. Admission is a onetime charge for the entire weekend. Kohler Design Center admission free. Admission - $6 for
13 years and over; $1 for 12 years and under
The American Club - Friday, November 20:
9am 6pm; Saturday, November 21: 9am
5pm; Sunday, November 22: 9am 3pm
Inn on Woodlake - Friday, November 20: 9am
6pm, Saturday, November 21: 9am 5pm

Holiday Market Luncheon Buffet

November 20 & 21, 11am-2pm, $18.95 plus
tax and gratuity
The Wisconsin Room
The Horse & Plow will be open at 10am for
Lunch on Friday and Saturday
Thanksgiving Dinner
November 26
Various Locations
Blackwolf Run: 11am-5pm Thanksgiving Buffet: $36 Adults, $16 Children 4-12 years, under
4 years free
Grand Hall of the Great Lakes Grand Harvest Buffet: 11am-5pm $49 Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years, under 4 years free; plus tax
and gratuity
Horse & Plow: 11am-4pm Lunch; 4-10pm
The Immigrant Restaurant: 4-8 pm Thanksgiving Day Chefs Tasting Menu, Regular la
Carte Menu also Available, Served on Thanksgiving Day, Friday, 11/27 and Saturday, 11/28:
$110 Tasting Menu, $185 with Wine Pairing,
plus tax and gratuity
The Wisconsin Room: 7-10am la Carte
Breakfast, Noon-6pm Thanksgiving Day Buffet
$54 Adults, $18 Children 4-12 years, under 4
years free, plus tax and gratuity
Cucina, Craverie, Whistling Straits
Visit with Santa
November 27 December 24
Friday, November 27, 1-5pm
Saturdays, November 28 December 19,
Movers and Shakers Kids Toys
Skip the hustle and bustle of big box stores
and find all your childs favorites at Movers &
Shakers Kids Toys. More than a toy store, this
unique shop is an experience. Guests are
greeted with a fairy-tale environment complete
with exciting toys, books, fun games and much
more. 920-453-2874
Letters to Santa
November 27-December 24
Movers and Shakers Kids Toys
Kids can post their holiday wish lists to the
North Pole in our Santa mailbox.

Holiday Customer Service Center

November 27-December 24
The Shops at Woodlake
Make whats under your tree beautiful with
complimentary gift wrapping, bring your Shops
at Woodlake purchases to our Holiday Customer Service Center and our team will put the
final touches on your special finds.
Monday Saturday 11am-6pm, Sundays
11am-5pm, Christmas Eve 10-4pm
Set The Season Aglow
November 27, 10am-6pm, Complimentary
The Shops at Woodlake
Make the season bright with a dazzling treelighting at The Shops at Woodlake Kohler.
Join us for a magical day sure to delight young
and old, see live reindeer, visit with Santa
(1-5pm), take a horse-drawn wagon ride
(2-6pm) and participate in the lighting of a
spectacular holiday tree (5:30pm). Special instore events and promotions are featured
throughout the day. Please call 920-459-1713
for more information
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Sports Core at 920-457-4444 or
online at for more information.
Fall Open House: November 1, 1-3pm,
Kids in Motion: November 11, 9:15-10:15am
Cycle and Brews Social: November 13, 5-9pm
Kids Night Out: November 13, 5-9pm
Kids Night Out: November 27, 5-9pm
80s Aerobics Party & Social: November 27,
For more information, pricing details and to
register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-4532817.
The Trinity Workshop Weekend with Danny
Benoit - Friday, Nov 6-8, $150 weekend
package or $40 drop in session
Free Gentle Yoga for Kohler Associates
Wednesdays, November 4, 11, 18, & 25,
Holiday Flow on Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 26, 9:15am-10:15am