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Kohler School Kohler School District
Board approves meets 73 percent of
strategic goals
2015/2016
budget
At its annual meeting on October 26, 2015, the Kohler School
Board approved the 2015/2016
school budget and tax levy. The
levy for the year will increase 1.43
percent. The corresponding levy
rate will drop an estimated 3.06
percent, due to an increase in property values of 4.63 percent.
The approved budget reflects a
$0 increase in the state imposed
revenue limit for the 2015/16
school year. The state permits each
district to raise a specific amount
of revenue to be used for education
and places a cap (i.e., revenue
limit) on this amount. The revenue
limit is comprised of 1) state aid,
and 2) local property tax levy.
“This budget reflects the school
board’s priorities of providing a
great education for our students
while maintaining our fiscal responsibilities to the community at
large. The Kohler School District
is very fortunate to have an extended network of engaged individuals
and
organizations.
Through this support, we are able
to consistently provide a first class
educational experience for our
children,” stated Board President
Marlene Yang.

The total school tax levy for the
2014/2015 school year was
$5,661,973. The total levy for the
2015/2016 school year is
$5,742,815, an increase of $80,842
or 1.43 percent. The estimated tax
levy rate will fall from $10.82 per
$1,000 of property value to
$10.49, a reduction of 3.06 percent.
The Treasurer’s report at the annual meeting included an explanation of the factors comprising the
$81,000 increase in the tax levy.
Factors increasing the levy are:
1) a decrease in state aid
($69,000);
2) an increase in student membership based on a three year average
($10,000);
3) an increase in enrollment in the
Wisconsin Parental Choice Program/Voucher Program ($10,000).
Factors decreasing the levy are:
1) a decrease in Community Service Costs / Fund 80 ($8,000).
The Board is pleased to have a
balanced budget while using all
available resources to support a
high quality education in Kohler
Schools.

Submitted by Quynh D. Trueblood,
Superintendent of Schools
Upon completion of the annual
review of the strategic plan, the
Kohler School Board and Superintendent are pleased to announce
the district has met 73 percent of
the goals in four years of a fiveyear plan. In this last year of the
plan, the district will direct its efforts to achieving the following
priorities:
• Developing a communication
plan for the district to guide us in
what, how, and when the community would like information

• Developing a multi-source feedback system for our administration (often called 360 feedback)
to better understand how to serve
the community
• Developing K-12 curriculum literacy to achieve vertical alignment to ensure essential learnings
are taught through all the grades
• Enhancing supports for a positive
school climate and culture/
healthy student life balance which
are the lifeblood of vibrant
schools
• Publishing the Special Education
vision of a continuum of services

Kohler Schools to mail out
community survey as part
of strategic communication
plan process
Village residents will receive a
survey in the mail by the third
week of November as part of the
Kohler School District’s strategic
communication planning process.
The survey is a chance for Kohler
residents to help the district build
a plan developed from public input
and partnerships that meet the

needs and priorities of the school
community.
Input from the surveys will be
sent directly to School Perceptions
LLC for analysis. The results will
then be presented in an open forum
in January. Residents will receive
an invitation to the open forum in
the future.

School enhanced
by new courtyards
donated by Kohler
School Foundation
Installation of new benches and
picnic tables, and extensive landscaping were completed over the
summer at Kohler Schools,
thanks to a donation by the
Kohler School Foundation. The
Foundation, which holds its Fall

Follies annual fundraiser, invests
in programming that strives to enhance the academic experience at
Kohler Public Schools beyond
the basics provided by the district
budget.
New courtyard areas on the School Street side of Kohler Schools

The School Board and Administration remain deeply committed to
student achievement and growth,
and to developing leaders who
make a difference. Our students are
thriving. Our faculty and staff are
exemplary. Our families are engaged. Our community is supportive. The school community can be
proud of its accomplishments.
The community is invited to review the plan and to learn more
from the comprehensive report.
These are available at The State of
the District in the Highlights section of the District webpage.

“It’s the most
wonderful
time of the
year....”
The annual Kohler School
Friends Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
takes place Saturday, November 21
from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Kohler
School, 333 Upper Road, Kohler.
Kohler School will be transformed into a winter wonderland
offering shoppers one-of-a-kind
gifts for the holiday season. The
one-day juried event features the
handcrafted items of more than 80
talented artists and exhibitors from
throughout the Midwest.
Live musical performances, a
raffle, bake sale, and lunch in the
Holiday Café are held in conjunction with the Fair. Lunch is served
from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Complimentary shuttle services
will be provided all day between
the KSF Fair, The American Club’s
Wisconsin Holiday Market, and
The Shops at Woodlake.
The KSF Craft Fair is the biggest
annual fundraiser of the Kohler
School Friends Parent Teacher Organization, which provides the
Kohler Public Schools with financial support and volunteer services.
Visit kohlerschoolfriends.com.

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Public invited to
Grace UCC
Thanksgiving
service
Grace United Church of Christ,
500 School Street, Kohler, under
the pastoral leadership of Rev.
Thomas M. Schroeder will offer a
special service of worship on
Wednesday evening, November 25
to celebrate and give thanks.
The service, which begins at
7:30 p.m., will start off with a reading of the presidential proclamation followed by the singing of
some of the best loved “Thanksgiving” hymns known. An inspirational message will be given by

Pastor Schroeder detailing the need
to give thanks as influenced by a
reading from the Gospel of John.
The anthem from the Senior Choir,
under that direction of Audrey
Braatz, will be Gary Hallquist’s
arrangement of Henry Smith’s
Give Thanks.
The people of Grace UCC invite
the public to participate fully with
the congregation and to bring a
food item for the food pantries of
Sheboygan County as part of their
offering of thanks.

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Postmodern Jukebox makes
Kohler Debut
KOHLER, Wis. – The second performance in Kohler Foundation’s
2015-16 Distinguished Guest Series in Kohler will be the viral sensation Postmodern Jukebox. The
group is actually a rotating cast of
musicians and vocalists who are
taking over the internet with their
vintage versions of modern pop
hits.
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern
Jukebox will perform on Friday,
January 22, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at
Kohler Memorial Theatre. Delivering performances from a dynamic set list that keeps pace with
today’s pop charts, creator/producer Scott Bradlee handpicks musicians and vocalists from an
ever-growing, rotating collective
of talent, with each member bringing something unique to the party.
Recent music videos produced for
Postmodern Jukebox’s newest
album, Swipe Right for Vintage,
have garnered upwards of 14 million views. Postmodern Jukebox is
equal parts variety show and jazz
band, created by a collaborative

community of performers including instrumentalists, vocalists, and
dancers. A genre-busting, rotating
cadre of performers reimagine
modern pop hits (everything from
Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus to Radiohead and Green Day) in the
style of jazz, ragtime, doo wop,
Motown, and swing classics of the
1920’s-1950’s. An act that crosses
musical boundaries and generations, Postmodern Jukebox has developed a niche all its own, and
performs a live show unlike any
other.
In addition to the evening performance, Kohler Foundation is
also presenting an afternoon outreach event for local students. The
free matinee will consist of a short
set and a question and answer session with the band. The Foundation is working with Kohler High
School band director Rich Tengowski to liaise with other music
departments at county schools to
invite their students. Contact Rich
at Kohler High School (920-8037266) for more information if your

music student or class is interested
in attending. Audience size is limited and a waiting list may be initiated.

Tickets are currently on sale
ranging from $16-40. (Prices listed
do not reflect sales tax or minimal
service fees.) Tickets available on-

line at kohlerfoundation.org/tickets
or over the phone, (920) 458-1972
(between the hours of 8:00am5:00pm, M-F).

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10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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* Holiday Music * Cookie Walks & Craft Shows

“Timeless Christmas Movies”
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Registration open for 2016
Winter Sheboygan County
Junior Team Tennis
Leagues
The Sheboygan County Tennis
Association (SCTA), in cooperation with Sports Core in Kohler,
announces the following opportunity to play indoor tennis this winter with the following youth
program:
The 2016 Winter Sheboygan
County USTA Junior Team Tennis Leagues consist of six weeks
of team match play from January
6-February 14, 2016 at the Sports
Core in Kohler. The league gives
tennis players a place to play
matches in a team environment.
Sign up as an individual, with a
friend, or as a team. Each team
will have between 6 (3 boys/3
girls) to 10 (5 boys/5 girls) players.
A team match may consist of a
boys singles match, a girls singles
match, a boys doubles match, a
girls doubles match, and one or
more mixed doubles matches.
Each match will be a 30 minute,
timed match. Players are guaranteed at least two matches each
night (and usually more). Each
player/team receives one point for
each game won—the winner of the
weekly match is the team with the
highest number of points won.
You do NOT need to be a Sports
Core member to participate and
you will receive a complimentary
SCTA membership as a participant.
There are three separate age and
ability leagues participating in
Winter Jr Team Tennis:

Age 10 & Under League held
Sundays from 3:00 – 4:30pm with
modified game play
Age 14 & Under Intermediate
League held Sundays from 5:307:30 p.m. with match play and an
optional drill session open to all
players from 4:30-5:30pm (advanced registration and fee required through Sports Core)
Age 18 & Under Intermediate
League held Wednesdays from
6:00-8:00 p.m. with match play
and an optional drill session open
to all players from 5:00 – 6:00pm
(advanced registration and fee required through Sports Core).
The registration deadline is December 28, 2015. COST: $15 for
10 & Under League; $35 for 14 &
Under Intermediate and 18 &
Under Intermediate Leagues.

Registration flyers and additional
information are available on the
SCTA web site (SheboyganTennis.weebly.com) or at The Sports
Core in Kohler.
Any questions about the above
programs may be directed to Darren Opel with the SCTA at
SCTA@live.com or 920-4539695 OR Eric Hilpert with the
Sports
Core
at
Eric.Hilpert@kohler.com
or
920-457-4461.
The SCTA is an official organizational member of the United
States Tennis Association (USTA)
and a registered Community Tennis Association (CTA) whose mission is to promote tennis, to
encourage sportsmanship, and to
provide low cost tennis opportunities for the youth of Sheboygan
County.

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County receives surprise
donation from official
Imaging and Printing
Solutions Provider for
the PGA

Kohler Credit Union
wins four MarCom
Awards
KOHLER, Wis. — Kohler Credit
Union has received four MarCom
Awards from the Association of
Marketing & Communication Professionals (AMCP). The organization’s marketing efforts garnered a
prestigious Platinum Award and
three Gold Awards.
Kohler Credit Union received the
MarCom Platinum Award for its
website redesign; a collaboration
with digital advertising agency,
Dynamic, Inc. The Platinum
Award was given to only 16-percent of the entries and is presented
to recognize the winners for their
excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness. Kohler
Credit Union also received a Gold
Award for its Grand Opening Loan
Sale direct mail piece, beMOBILE
logo, and the “What Does Kohler
Credit Union Mean to You” video;
a collaboration with video production agency, Video Wisconsin. The
Gold Award is presented to recognize entries that exceed the high
standards of industry norm.
“I am fortunate to work with a
talented and creative marketing
team that is always raising the bar
and dedicated to the credit union’s
goals and mission. I also had the
privilege of working with two
wonderful partners in achieving
two of our awards; Dynamic, Inc.
who helped us redesign our website and Video Wisconsin who produced our winning video. Both of
these organizations were instrumental in helping us achieve these
two awards, but more importantly
in helping us strengthen our brand

and improving the experience our
members have with Kohler Credit
Union,” said Laura Gabrielse, vice
president of communications at
Kohler Credit Union.
MarCom Awards is an international creative competition that
recognizes outstanding achievement by marketing and communication professionals. This is the
eighth consecutive year that
Kohler Credit Union has won a
MarCom Award. This year, there
were over 6,500 entries from
throughout the United States,
Canada, and more than a dozen
other countries. Entries come from
corporate marketing and communication department and a look at
the winners shows a range in size
from freelance communicators to
media conglomerates and Fortune
500 companies.
Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and
individuals whose talent exceeds a
high standard of excellence and
whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. The competition has grown to perhaps the
largest of its kind in the world.
Kohler Credit Union is a $300
million not-for-profit, financial cooperative, owned and governed by
its members. Membership is open
to anyone who lives or works in
Sheboygan, Calumet, Fond du
Lac, Manitowoc, Milwaukee,
Ozaukee, Washington or Waukesha County; as well as their immediate family members and
associations or organizations.

PLEASE HELP SUPPORT KOHLER
SCHOOL FRIENDS
by

Donating Bake Sale Items
(cakes, pies, muffins, breads, cookies,
brownies, cut bars, snack mixes)
for

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
or
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

Don’t have your own Facebook page?
Not a problem!
You can still view more Kohler Villager
photos, articles, updates, and comments at
www.facebook.com/kohlervillager

In the lead up to the recent successful PGA Championship event at
Whistling Straits, the Sheboygan
County Planning & Conservation
Department received a surprising
call from Lexmark, which was the
official Imaging and Printing Solutions Provider of The PGA of
America. Lexmark asked if the
County had a location in need of
450 donated trees. Lexmark donates
trees to be planted in the local communities where PGA events occur
to help offset the environmental impact from document printing during
the PGA. Lexmark estimated that
more than 200,000 documents were
printed during the 2016 PGA
Championship at Whistling Straits.
Lexmark also typically donates
the labor required to help plant the
trees, but due to the timing of the
event and local climate for the best
planting times, the County instead
planted the trees on November 11 at
a County wetland mitigation site
that was required for one of the airport runway expansions that impacted wetlands.
According to the County’s Planning and Conservation Director,
Aaron Brault, the County is required to plant trees from time to
time to meet a certain survival rate
on the trees it plants as part of the
mitigation process. Brault said the
donated trees will not only help offset the PGA event’s environmental
impact, they will also save the
County money from having to purchase additional trees for its mitigation requirements. “Many thanks
should be given to Lexmark for its
generosity and corporate citizenship,” said Brault.

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Monday: Noon - 4:30 p.m.,
Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30 p.m.,
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Saturday: Noon - 4:00 p.m.,
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Hello out there! My name is Annah and I'm looking to
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The Humane Society offers discount
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CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS

Montessori Children’s
House Preschool

with family and friends when you drive through this festive
lights show choreographed to music in Evergreen Park.
Admission is free.

Family owned and operated since 1994

Openings Available

Pantry item donations are requested to help stock the
Sheboygan County Food Bank. Cash donations support future
growth and maintenance of this event, in addition to being
distributed to local organizations through grant requests.

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1/2 off registration fee for new families

Visit with Santa at the Quarryview Center and enjoy
entertainment, concessions, and wreath raffles.
Start a trolley ride here for $2
on Fridays and Saturdays.

Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
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(Before and after school care available)
Montessori certified & early childhood educated teachers

Call for a tour!
920-458-0510
“Free the child's potential, and you will
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920-889-9439

Terri Stewart
920-912-4303

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920-207-9228

Lights Show
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Nov. 27 - Dec. 31, 5:00 - 9:00 PM
(closed Dec. 24)

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920-287-4386

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920-254-4784

PRICE REDUCED
1224 Camelot Blvd., Sheboygan
CLASSIC COLONIAL
• Great south side 3 Bedroom, 3.5 bath 2-Story
• Large living and dining room combination
• Family Room with gas fireplace, eat-in kitchen
• Fresh paint and carpet throughout
• Oversized yard with deck and patio
• New roof in fall 2013
$169,900 Fred Stone

PRICE REDUCED
525 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
SPACIOUS KOHLER CAPE COD
• Well Maintained with character & charm
• Oversized living room, 1st floor den
• Family room addition with bay window
• 3 large bedrooms, good closet space
• Over 1800 sq ft, Quaint reading nook
• Shared driveway but has it’s own 2 car garage
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SPECTACULAR LAKE MICHIGAN VIEWS!
• 200 Feet of Lake Michigan frontage
• 2 Acre beautifully landscaped yard
• 1256 Main Level Sq Ft Ranch
• 3+ Bedrooms, 2 full baths
• Finished lower level adds another 1256 Sq Ft
• Oversized 2 car garage, large deck

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Nov. 27 - Dec. 20
5:00 - 9:00 PM

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M-F 6am – 6pm

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QUALITY BUILT KOHLER RANCH
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• Master suite-Lg walk in closet, WP tub
• Great Room floor-ceiling stone fireplace
• Covered deck, patio, beautiful landscape
• Cedar siding, great location
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429 Church St, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER BRICK HOME
• 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
$169,900 Brian Homiston

W6184 Sumac Rd, Plymouth
GREAT VALUE FOR THE MONEY!
• 5 Acres of wooded rolling land & 2 ponds
• 3,800 sq ft home, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
• Mother-in-law quarters w/2 bedrooms
• Huge private deck, 2nd floor laundry
• Formerly a dog kennel grooming business
• 1.5 Car garage, space for extra parking
VIEW MORE AT: www.W6184SumacRd.com
$219,900 Fred Stone

At this time of Thanksgiving,
we pause to count our blessings.
For the friendship and confidence you have shown in us,
we are deeply thankful.
Our Best Wishes For A Happy Thanksgiving

911 Bayberry Ln, Kohler
WELCOME HOME!
• 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
VIEW MORE AT: www.911BayberryLn.com
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15 North Point Dr, Sheboygan
STUNNING LAKE MICHIGAN VIEWS
• Circular driveway, home on two lots
• 4 Bedrooms, 1 full-3 half baths
• Stately fireplace, library, 3 season room
• Picket fenced back yard, 2 car garage
$325,000 Kathy Nonhof

4610 Alyssa Ln, Sheboygan
FORMER PARADE MODEL HOME
• Cherry kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops
• 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, walk-in closet,
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Holiday Arts
& Crafts Fair

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Kohler Elementary Holiday Musical
Friday, December 18th 2:00 p.m.
Kohler Memorial Theatre

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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$4 (adults)

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$1 (kids 6-12) FREE (5 & under)

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NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD
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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.
INCUMBENT
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
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OFFICE
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Destination Kohler 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 Theatre on December 12,
2015. Pickler’s 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 Man-

The resort has seen
ager Destination
Kohler. “The energy
past success hosting
concerts and have
and talent Kellie
amped up efforts to
brings to a concert is
continue to provide
thrilling and is sure to
guests with unforgetprovide great entertable experiences.
tainment for our
– Kohler Co. photo
There are three
guests. With events
Kellie Pickler
overnight packages at
like this, we try to
think of unique ways to make the The American Club and Inn on
Woodlake, creatively named after
experience even more special.
Pickler’s songs – Best Days of
With Kellie, we are pleased to
offer fans the opportunity to meet Your Life, Red High Heels and
and spend time with her.”
Small Town Girl. The most com-

prehensive 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.

Wisconsin Holiday Market
November 20-22, 2015
Five-Star Dine Around
December 10, 2015
Wisconsin Food Favorites
January 29-31, 2016
Mark Your Calendar
In Celebration of Chocolate
In addition to Kellie Pickler and February 19-21, 2016
Kohler Comedy Weekend, the resort is pleased to host several
other upcoming events that offer
options for guests to enjoy.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The End Zone with Antonio
Freeman
Mondays, 6-7pm
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 Milwaukee’s
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 espnwisconsin.com.
Kohler Waters Spa Special Offer
Through November 30
Kohler Waters Spa & Kohler at
Home
20% off Kerstin Florian products
in the spa boutique and online at
Kohler at Home (www.KohleratHome.com) using coupon code:
florian2015
SPArkle Promotion
Through December 10
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy a SPArkle discount on Sundays-Thursdays of $50 off a 50or 80- min service(s) or 20% off
finishing services such as manicures, pedicures, hair, make-up &
waxing. Excludes seasonal serv-

ices & cannot be combined with
any other offers.
Call 855-283-7137
End of Season Sale
November 20, 9am-7pm and
November 21, 8am-4pm
Blackwolf Run in the Wolf
Pack/Bear Clan Room
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; Satur-

day, 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: 11am5pm $49 Adults, $18 Children 412 years, under 4 years free; plus
tax and gratuity
Horse & Plow: 11am-4pm Lunch;
4-10pm Dinner
The Immigrant Restaurant: 4-8
pm Thanksgiving Day Chef’s Tasting Menu, Regular À 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 À
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 – CLOSED ON
THANKSGIVING
Visit with Santa
November 27 –December 24
Friday, November 27, 1-5pm
Saturdays, November 28 – December 19,
1-3pm
Movers and Shakers Kids Toys
Skip the hustle and bustle of big
box stores and find all your
child’s 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.
920-453-2874
Holiday Customer Service Center
November 27-December 24
The Shops at Woodlake
Make what’s 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 tree-lighting 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 in-store
events and promotions are featured throughout the day. Please
call 920-459-1713 for more information

SPORTS CORE SPECIALS, EVENTS
& CLASSES
For more information, pricing
details and to register call Sports
Core at 920-457-4444 or online
at sports-core.com for more information.
Kids Night Out: November 27,
5-9pm
80’s Aerobics Party & Social:
November 27,
6-8pm
YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS
AND CLASSES
For more information, pricing details and to register call Yoga on
the Lake at 920-453-2817.
Free Gentle Yoga for Kohler Associates – Wednesdays, November 18, & 25,
7am-7:45am
Holiday Flow on Thanksgiving
Day Thursday, November 26, 9:15am10:15am