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AUGUST 15, 2016

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Top Chef all-star Spike Mendelsohn and Chopped
judges Aarón Sánchez and Amanda Freitag
headline Kohler Food & Wine, October 20-23
Top Chef's Spike Mendelsohn
joins Food Network’s Aarón Sánchez and Amanda Freitag to headline the 16th annual Kohler Food
& Wine, a four-day celebration of
food and drink on October 20-23.
The esteemed culinary festival
– one of the Midwest’s preeminent epicurean events of the year
– hosts a masterful lineup of celebrity and regional chefs, winemakers and libation specialists.
Destination Kohler is pleased to
showcase a highly skilled celebrity chef lineup for this year’s festivities:
Kohler Co. photo

the costar of Food Network’s hit
series, Chopped and the host of
Cooking Channel’s Emmy-nominated Taco Trip. He has appeared
on Iron Chef America and was a
contestant on The Next Iron Chef.

Spike Mendelsohn

Kohler Co. photo

• Spike Mendelsohn graduated
with honors from the Culinary
Institute of America and has appeared on international media
outlets including Bravo TV’s Top
Chef, the Food Network’s Iron
Chef America and The Rachael
Ray Show. He is the chef and
owner of multiple restaurants:
Good Stuff Eatery in Chicago,
Béarnaise and We, The Pizza in
Washington, D.C.

Aarón Sánchez

Kohler Co. photo

• Aarón Sánchez is a chef and
television personality. He is the
executive chef and part-owner of
Johnny Sánchez with locations in
New Orleans and Baltimore. He is

Amanda Freitag

Kohler Co. photo

• Amanda Freitag is a New York
chef and frequent guest on Food
Network television programming. She is also a judge on the
TV cooking competition Chopped
and cohost, with Ty Pennington,
of American Diner Revival.
• America’s Test Kitchen the
top-rated cooking show on public
television, will be represented by
cast members: Editorial Director
Jack Bishop, Executive Food Editor Bridget Lancaster and Executive Food Editor Julia Collin
Davison.
• Laura Werlin is one of the
country’s foremost authorities
on cheese. She is a James Beard
Award-winning author of six
books on the subject. Laura has
been featured on numerous national television segments includ-

ing The Martha Stewart Show,
Fox & Friends and the CBS Early
Show. She also writes for national magazines including Food &
Wine, Everyday with Rachael Ray
and SAVEUR.
“Kohler Food & Wine is a culinary convergence of all things
food and drink, hosted by industry experts and personalities that
turns Destination Kohler into an
epicurean mecca,” said Jenna
Check, Associate Director of Special Events. “It’s both a fun and
educational event with a five-star,
five-diamond golf resort serving
as the backdrop. In addition to our
lineup of celebrity chefs, this year
more than ever we are pleased to
present a large stable of successful and skilled vineyard principals
and owners.”
TICKETS – ON SALE NOW
Tickets do sell quickly and
guests are encouraged to book
reservations early. There are more
than 100 ticketed events including dynamic culinary seminars,
cooking demonstrations, grand
tastings and stylish signature
soirees set at the resort’s captivating venues and at the expansive Stella Artois Main Stage
tent. Tickets are now on sale at
KohlerFoodandWine.com.
HOTEL PACKAGES
Reservations are now available for Kohler Food & Wine hotel packages including celebrity
chef demonstration tickets, overnight accommodations, a themed
welcome gift, exclusive package-guest-only events, special
discounts and accommodations

at either The American
Club, a Forbes FiveStar and AAA Five-Diamond resort hotel, or
Inn on Woodlake, a boutique hotel overlooking
the serene Wood Lake.
The Feast of Talent and
Taste packages have already sold out, with the
Cheers package remaining.
• Cheers package
For more information
and reservations, call
800-344-2838 or visit
DestinationKohler.com.
Stay up-to-date on
resort news and happenings on Facebook,
Twitter and Instagram.

corners of the globe will
be poured at tastings,
dinners and soirees.
Guests will revel in the
opportunity to speak
with leading winery experts as they step away
from the grapevines
to showcase and share
their wines in person.
Jack Bishop
Notable winery representatives include:
• Gustavo Bertagna –
Enologist, Susana Balbo Wines
• Luigi Coppo – Family
Member & U.S. Managing Partner, Coppo
Winery
• John Doxon – Global Sales Director, Dry
Highlights of the 2016
Bridget Lancaster
Creek Vineyard
Kohler Food & Wine:
• Robert Fisher – Gen• New this year! Tateral Manager, Fisher
tinger champagne will
Vineyards
host tastings throughout
the day and a Saturday
• Craig Hall – Vintner,
evening event in the
Hall Wines
dramatic and unique
• Christine Hanna –
Tattinger Tent, located
President & Owner,
in front of Kohler GarHanna Winery and
dener. The distinctive
Vineyards
tent is clear and uniqueJulia Collin Davison
• Robert Jennings –
ly shaped like a bubble.
Owner
&
Vintner, Paratus Vine• Thursday evening Kohler Chef
yards
Tailgate Challenge invites Kohler
chefs to compete against each oth- • Maria Ponzi – President & Dier with their best tailgate fare to rector of Sales & Marketing,
be the judge favorite or people’s Ponzi Vineyards
choice, with all proceeds going to • Lucia Raimondi – Owner, Villa
a nonprofit.
Monteleone
• Enjoy the return of fan favor- • Rick Sayre – Vice President &
ite Taste of the Vine in the newly Director of Winemaking, Rodney
updated Kohler Design Center on Strong Vineyards
Friday night.
• Christopher Silva – President &
• Celebrity chefs will host enterCEO, St. Francis Winery & Vinetaining one-hour cooking demonyards
strations on the Stella Artois Main
Stage, welcoming more than 200 • Fred Zammataro – COO / CFO /
attendees – each receiving a plat- Executive VP, Schramsberg Vineed tasting of a presented recipe yards
and a sommelier-selected wine • Top quality libation brands such
pairing.
as The Balvenie, Death’s Door
• After learning from them, meet Spirits, Don Q Rum, Hendrick’s
the celebrity chefs at book sign- Gin, The Macallan, Templeton
ings held immediately after select Rye Whiskey and Tullamore
Main Stage sessions. Their recent D.E.W. Irish Whiskey are set to
cookbooks will be available for feature craft cocktail demonstrapurchase and autograph signings. tions, intimate tastings and hands• More than 50 wineries from all on experiences.
Kohler Co. photo

Kohler Co. photo

Kohler Co. photo

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KOHLERVILLAGER.COM

Kohler 7/8th grade boys win
baseball championship

Dinner Theater

A roller-coaster
of a ride, filled
with laugh
after laugh!

On Saturday, July 16, Kohler’s 7/8th grade baseball team competed against Random Lake in a consolation championship that took place in Port Washington. After falling behind 0-7 after three innings, Kohler was able to rally to win the
championship game 10-8.

Weekdays
Aug 16 -31

By Sam Bobrick

Order your Big
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THE KOHLER VILLAGER

AUGUST 15, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER

The Gibson Girls Estate Sales
Large Antique Household
Moving Sale
519 Erie Avenue
Sheboygan
Thursday and Friday, August 18-19 3 pm – 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday, August 20-21 10 am – 4 pm
AND the following weekend:
Saturday and Sunday, August 27-28 10 am – 4 pm
Monday, August 29
10 am – 1 pm

AN ELEGANT WEEKEND OF TRADITIONAL DRIVING
See drivers in classic dress and
their horse-drawn carriages
compete in a variety of late 19th
and early 20th century events.

This is a gorgeous “Painted Lady” Victorian home filled with
exquisite Antiques. If you love Antiques you will adore this sale.
ENTRANCE NUMBERS one hour prior to opening each day. For
more information phone 920-457-6551 Bus. or our Cell Phone
920-946-0089. LIKE us on Facebook for current updates on our
sales and remember to check our website for photos from this
sale.

AUG. 20 | 8:30 AM–4 PM
AUG. 21 | 8:30 AM–3 PM

www.thegibsongirls.com

PRICE OF ADMISSION
Adults – $13
Students/Seniors – $11
Children (5-17) – $6
Children (under 5) – FREE

Family (2 adults & children
through age 17) – $35
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* FREE for Society
members!

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transportation on the site
ttra
inc
included with your ticket!

Hwy 23 in Greenbush, WI

| 920.526.3271

Near Road America

(920) 876-4020

www.schwallerspainting.com
Professional interior & exterior painting & staining

Village Realty & Development
Brokerage, Inc.
At The Shops at Woodlake
795B Woodlake Road, Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075
or toll free (800) 351-4371
VillageRealtyWI.com
/VillageRealtyWI

NEW
NEW LISTING
LISTING

1070 Woodlake Rd. Kohler
5 BR 2.5 BA Open Concept home. Kitchen has
granite counters with stainless appliances, master suite, FF laundry, formal dining room, private
back yard with large deck. Unfinished basement
plumbed for 4th bath.
$368,800
Greg Cartwright

Renee Suscha
Broker Manager
920-912-0459

Deb Kidder
920-946-9476

Kathy Nonhof
920-254-4784

Erin Mauer
920-207-0606

Brian Homiston
920-889-9439

Terri Stewart
920-912-4303

Meg Trager
920-207-9228

Mary Liebetrau Tammy Brickner-Dexter Greg Cartwright
920-334-0086
262-707-3624
847-772-3890

Fred Stone
920-980-1370

Nicki Schuette
920-889-9213

Village Realty & Development is
looking for sellers!
We have buyers looking for homes in the area. Call
us today to see if your home is on our wanted list. Our
experienced agents will assist you with determining a
competitive price for your home and will find you a new
home that best meets your needs. Please call us today!

NEW LISTING

A KOHLER ORIGINAL

PRIVACY AND RIVER VIEWS

317 Fairway Meadows Ct. Sheboygan Falls
4 BR 3 BA two story condo at The Bull. First floor
master suite, second BR or office, laundry room,
formal dining. Vaulted ceiling w/gas fireplace in
great room, open concept to kitchen and dinette.
2 BR upstairs, loft, and full bath. Cherry cabinets,
stainless appliances, granite counters. Full
basement with a bath rough in.

438 Audubon Rd. Kohler

467 River Oaks Dr. Sheboygan Falls

$389,900

Terri Stewart

Rare character-filled Kohler home featuring
original woodwork, wood floors under carpet,
Spanish plaster, updated roof, electric and
furnace. Many built-ins, main floor laundry and
sun room, and 3 large bedrooms. Home has
great space in need of some TLC.

$174,900

Kathy Nonhof

4 BR, 3 BA, sun room, master suite, family
room with gas fireplace, new steel roof, carpet
and paint, walk-out basement.

$345,000

Kathy Nonhof

BREATHTAKING LAKE VIEWS
3411 N 6th St, Sheboygan
Lake Michigan Frontage, 3 BR, 2.5 BA,
spacious ranch home, 2.5 car garage,
updated kitchen and baths, large unfinished
basement with egress windows.

$384,900

Terri Stewart

RIVER TRAILS
TOWN OF WILSON

Build your private retreat in River
Trails, Town of Wilson
GOLF COURSE LUXURY
239 Settlers Trail, Sheboygan Falls

Unique home at The Bull Golf Course at Pinehurst Farms. Main floor master suite, great
room vaulted ceiling, skylights and two-way
fireplace. Formal dining room. Kitchen granite,
SS appliances and dinette. Sun room, huge hot
tub, exercise area and SO MUCH MORE!

$739,000

Greg Cartwright

BUILDING SITE IN KOHLER

BUILDING SITE IN KOHLER

Lot 1 Woodland Rd. Kohler

0 Aspen Rd, Kohler

Rare find north of Village, Over 1 ½ acres of
private woods. Build your dream home in this
peaceful setting. Lot size 202' wide by 341' deep.

Extremely Rare find inside Village. .26 Acre level
lot in West 4. Design and review is required.
Approved building plan available.

$124,900

Terri Stewart

$74,900

Kathy Nonhof

Only eight wooded building
sites available
With gated entrance

Price range
$54,640 - $213,070
Call our office for details

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Fri & Sat, Sept. 9-10 • River Park, Sheboygan Falls

Friday, Sept. 9
4-6pm
4pm

Happy Hour
$2 Domestic Beers
$3 Specialty Beers
Jeff Behrens The Waltzmeister
(Main Tent)

5pm
5:30pm
8:30pm

Pat McCurdy (Main Tent)
The Toys (Main Tent)

Ryan Kautzer Band
(Tennis Courts)

11:45am

Jeff Behrens - German
Music

12 noon

HTT Inc. Cornhole
Challenge - Open
Division

(Main Tent)

(Tennis Courts)

Sprecher’s Beer
Olympics

Saturday, Sept. 10 

9am

Make A Break for Man’s Best Friend
Walk/Run date change

Registrations with shirt orders are due with
payment by September 5th.
For more information and registration
forms visit: dogsrus990.wix.com/make-abreak-dog-run.

Re/Max Team
Beaudoin Sheepshead
Tournament
(Main Tent)

10am

Shock Top® 5K Bier
Run/Walk (River Park)
Superior Chemical/
North Woods
Sponsors Challenge
(Tennis Courts)

(Main Tent)

1:30pm

El Dorados

5pm

Stetsin & Lace

8:30pm

Vic Ferrari

(Main Tent)
(Main Tent)
(Main Tent)

Culver’s Inflatable
Recreation Area (Saturday Only)

Thank you to all our sponsors! 100% of the profits are donated back to the local community!

For more info or to register online for any of the special events, please visit

kohlerfallsoktoberfest.com

Montessori Children's
House Preschool
Family owned and operated since 1994

Enroll Now
for Fall 2016

Germanfest
(Food by Al & Al’s Steinhaus)   

   

The 1-Mile Make a Break for Man's Best
Friend walk/run date has been changed
to Sunday, October 2. The event starts at
Woodlake Market in Kohler at 11a.m. Brat
fry at Woodlake Market to follow.
Raffle and contest begins after the walk.
Cost is $5-no shirt/ $15-includes purchase
of a shirt.

Plymouth High
German Band
(Main Tent)

11am

Friday Night Fish Fry
(by Bob & Jackie Eigenberger) 

       

10:30am

Kohler class of 1971
holds 45th class reunion
The Kohler class of 1971 held its 45th class reunion
at Lost Woods Park in Kohler. Twenty-five percent
of the class and four faculty members attended including Richard Packer, Bryan Leitch, Bruce Erick-

son and Dan Buhr. This was the first class taught by
Bryan Leitch in 1963, when he began his teaching
career at Kohler.

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Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool
& Kindergarten classes
(Before and a er school care available)
Montessori cer fied & early childhood educated teachers

Call for a tour!
920-458-0510
“Free the child’s poten al, and you will
transform him into the world.”

Dr. Maria Montessori (Italy)
Montessori Charter School
grades 1-6 now available!

1907 N. 20th St., Sheboygan
www.sheboyganmontessori.com
M-F 6am – 6pm

Front from left: Julie Strenger, Paul Vavra, Marge Fisher, Anne Baruth, Jean Boerner. Back: Former Kohler teacher Richard Packer, Tom
Tempas, Tony Desmond, Mike Zimmerman, former teacher Bryon Leitch, Pat Gehl, Bob Maki, former coach Bruce Erickson. Not pictured:
Mick Mullen and Mark Hildebrand.

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Reunion held for 1967-68 Kohler basketball players
The Kohler 1967-68 basketball
team had a recent reunion to honor their coach Bruce Erickson.
This team was ranked as one of
the best in school history. They
averaged 90 points a game for the
regular season. The scored over
100 points in six of their games
and over ninety in four others.
They set the standard for the
championship teams that would
come after them.

Front from left: Steve Ehren, Mike Rademacher, Coach Erickson, John Hammer. Back: Bob Maki, Jack Capelle, John Wolf, Tom Gordon.

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Business Card Corner

REALTORS

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Independently Owned

Office: (920) 457-2306 Ext. 107
Direct: (920) 783-2107
Fax: (920) 457-2328
Home: (920) 458-8315
Toll Free: (800) 569-6801
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Internet: www.shorewesthomes.com
Sheboygan Sales Office
2500 Kohler Memorial Drive
Sheboygan, WI 53081

Rita M. Gast, CRS, GRI
Associate Vice President
REAL ESTATE SPECIALIST

Lincoln Town Car

2600 Kohler Memorial Dr.
Sheboygan, WI 53082
920.694.1918

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VP Retail Banking - NMLS 472234
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2016 Doug Opel Memorial Junior Tennis Championships - Results
The Sheboygan County Tennis Associa on and Sports Core presented the 2016 Doug Opel Memorial Junior Tennis Championships Friday, August 6th and Saturday, August 7th at the
Sports Core in Kohler. 59 junior players par cipated in eight Divisions over the two day tournament.
This year’s results were as follows:
10 & Under:

Final Pranav Thamballapalle def. Oliver Quintero 6-2
3rd Place Match
Jaren Baltus def Advit Mangal 5-3
Consola on Final Brady Mullikin def Cavin Baltus 4-3

Boys 12s:

Final Drew Widder def Ted Wind 6-4, 6-1
Consola on Final David Unger def Reed Gahagan 6-2, 2-6 (4)

Boys 14s:

Final Nick Welnetz def. Logan Anderson 6-2, 6-2
Consola on Final Elliot Opel def. Davis Opel 6-4, 6-4

Boys 18s:

Final Kyle Yedica def. Anghelo Gangano 6-1, 6-0
3rd Place Match
Ben Guesneau def. Tyler Equitz 6-4, 5-7, 10-7
Consola on Final George Palof def. Jason Brahan 6-4, 6-2

Girls 12s (Round Robin):

1st Place
2nd Place
Consola on

Olivia Minikel
Anushka Mangal
Simran Bha a

Girls 14s (Round Robin):

1st Place
2nd Place
Consola on

Jacqueline Brady
Louisa Damkot
Cordelia Damkot

Girls 16s (Round Robin):

1st Place
2nd Place
Consola on

Kendra Peterson
Allyson Hae e
Kaylee Woelfel

Girls 18s (Round Robin):

1st Place
2nd Place
Consola on

Monica Micoliczyk
Mei Phillips
Scarlet Simenz

The SCTA and Sports Core
would like to thank the sponsors
who helped make the event a
huge success and who support
youth tennis in Sheboygan
County: A&B Uniforms, Delasanta
Dental, Kohler Credit Union, Pepsi

Lakeside Bo ling Co., Quasius
Construc on, Torke Coffee, and
Wisconsin Bank & Trust. Cheryl
Bromley, Tennis Pro at Sports
Core and the Tournament
Director, commented, “It was
an awesome weekend of tennis!

Sports Core was again excited
to work with the Sheboygan
County Tennis Associa on this
year to con nue to grow this
exci ng event in the area. We
look forward to con nuing this
partnership and helping to grow

tennis in Sheboygan County for
years to come.”
The mission of the SCTA is to
promote tennis, to encourage
sportsmanship, and to provide
low cost tennis opportuni es for
the youth of Sheboygan County.

For more informa on on the SCTA
or on how to get involved with
the SCTA, go to the SCTA web site
at SheboyganTennis.weebly.com
or contact Darren Opel at 4539695 or SCTA@live.com.

THE KOHLER VILLAGER

AUGUST 15, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER

Enrollment open for master
gardener level 1 training
Whether you are an experienced
gardener with a “green thumb”
or just a beginner gardener with
energy and desire to learn more
about your hobby, the University
of Wisconsin Extension Master
Gardener Volunteer program may
be for you.
Master Gardener Volunteers
are trained volunteers who assist
the staff of the University of Wisconsin Extension in helping their
communities better understand
horticulture and the environment.
There are currently about 85
members belonging to the Sheboygan County Master Gardener
Volunteer Association.
The General Master Gardener
Volunteer class is being offered
this fall starting on September 6,
2016. The classes will be held on
12 consecutive Tuesday evenings
from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the

Sheboygan County UW-Extension Office, 5 University Drive,
Sheboygan. Cost of the program
is $89.00, which includes: Master
Gardener Program Manual, online & classroom instruction, and
memberships in both the Wisconsin Master Gardener and Sheboygan County Master Gardener Associations. Registration deadline
is September 1st.
The general class is intended to
be an introductory course covering a wide range of horticultural
topics. Among the topics to be
covered include: Vegetable Crops,
Introduction to Turf Management,
Plant Pathology, Backyard Wildlife, Weeds and Pest Management,
Entomology, Fruit Crops, Using
Native Plants, Invasive Plants,
Woody Landscape Plants, Soils
and Fertility, Plant Propagation,
Herbaceous Annuals and Perenni-

als, and Fruit Crops.
The classes are delivered using a combination of on-line and
classroom presentations. University of Wisconsin horticultural
faculty, horticultural educators,
and others with expertise in specific horticultural areas will be
providing the instruction.
In order to become a certified
Master Gardener Volunteer, participants must attend the classes,
complete a final exam and volunteer time back to the community
in a horticultural related project.
Class registration and/or information about UW-Extension
Master Gardener Volunteers is
available on-line at http://sheboygan.uwex.edu or by contacting the
Sheboygan County UW-Extension office at (920) 459-5904.

Jerry Slavens

Jeff Romanoski

Sales and Leasing Consultant

Sales Manager

800-459-6840

800-459-6840 Cell 920-918-0352

jerry.slavens@sheboyganauto.com

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Todd Fechter joins Kohler Credit
Union as mortgage loan originator
KOHLER, WI – Kohler Credit
Union welcomes Todd Fechter as
a mortgage loan originator at its
Mequon branch. In his role, Fechter will help credit union members
fulfill their dreams of home ownership and guide them through the
mortgage process.
“Working at Kohler Credit Union allows me to help both
our current and future members
achieve their goals. Whether it’s
to purchase their first home, remodel their current home, or refinance to save for the future, I
enjoy making a difference in their
lives and helping to strengthen the
communities in which I serve,”
said Fechter.
Fechter brings over 10 years
of experience in the financial services industry, with the last four
focusing on mortgage lending.
Fechter attended the University
of Wisconsin-Madison where he

obtained his Bachelor’s degree in
finance with a Certificate in International Business.
Fechter and his family reside in
West Bend where he is active in
his community through volunteer programs including Junior
Achievement, the Volunteer Center of Washington County and
various church events. He also is
a current member of the Knights
of Columbus and an Evans Scholar Alumnus. In his spare time,
he enjoys spending time with his
wife and two daughters as well as
enjoying the outdoors through a
game of golf, nature hiking, and
disc-golf.
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, Mil-

waukee, Ozaukee, Washington or
Waukesha County; as well as their
immediate family members and
associations or organizations.

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The Immigrant restaurant at Destination Kohler Kohler Co. Names Tom McGinty
Director of Food & Beverage
voted number one hotel restaurant in USA
Operations at Destination Kohler
Kohler Co. is pleased to
McGinty comes to
TODAY 10Best.com Readers’ Choice Awards
Kohler Waters Spa (#2) and The American Club hotel
(#7) also recognized in reader-driven award
The Immigrant Restaurant,
the Forbes Four-Star and AAA
Four Diamond dining institution
located at Destination Kohler,
the Midwest’s only Forbes FiveStar and AAA Five Diamond
resort-hotel, has been awarded
the coveted number-one spot
in USA TODAY 10Best.com
Readers’ Choice Awards in the
“Best Hotel Restaurant” category. Readers were asked to vote
for their favorite hotel restaurant
from a pool of 20 nominees
chosen by a panel of relevant
experts, industry awards and
guest reviews.
“We are proud to be awarded “Best Hotel Restaurant”
among such an esteemed group
of nominees,” says Christine
Loose, group director of lodging
for Kohler Co. Hospitality &
Real Estate. “This award, as
well as the high recognition for
The American Club and Kohler
Waters Spa, is a testament to our
dedication to providing standout, memorable experiences and
outstanding service and we are
truly honored to be recognized
by travelers around the country

as a leader in the culinary and
hospitality field.”
The crown jewel of Kohler’s
celebrated culinary program,
The Immigrant Restaurant is
rich in character and historic
elegance. The layout is designed
in six spaces, representing the
nationalities that populated Wisconsin in its early days (French,
Dutch, German, Normandy,
Danish and English), creating an
intimate and romantic atmosphere, which is complemented
by contemporary American
cuisine and modern European
influences. The seasonal and
evolving menu ensures that each
dish is made with the freshest
and finest ingredients, and is
accompanied with an extensive
vintage wine and spirit list. The
lauded restaurant is also a recipient of Wine Spectator’s “Best of
Award of Excellence.”
The prestigious Readers’
Choice Awards also recognized
two additional Kohler Co. hospitality brands:
Kohler Waters Spa, one of only
47 Forbes Five-Star spas world-

wide was ranked number two in
the “Best Hotel Spa” category.
The luxury spa is known for its
expertise in hydrotherapy and
innovative approach to water-based treatments.
The American Club, once
home to European and Russian
immigrants who came to work
for the Kohler Co. in 1918, the
world-class destination was
voted number seven in the “Best
Historic Hotel” category. The
iconic property is one of 52 hotels in North America to be both
AAA Five Diamond and Forbes
Five-Star rated.
Nominees for the 10Best
Readers’ Choice Award are
selected by a panel of experts,
which include a combination
of editors from USA TODAY;
editors from 10Best.com; relevant contributors; and sources for both these media and
other Gannett properties. Rules
allowed the public the right to
vote online for one nominee per
category, per day, over a fourweek period.

the
announce the promotion of
position having managed
industry veteran, Tom Mcexternal food and beverGinty to Director of Food
age outlets within Des& Beverage Operations at
tination Kohler, includDestination Kohler. In this
ing the world-class golf
newly created position,
courses, Whistling Straits
McGinty will draw upon
and Blackwolf Run, CuciTom McGinty
his impressive knowledge
na Italian Restaurant and
of the hospitality and culinary in- the Craverie Chocolatier Café,
dustry with more than 30 years of as Manager of Food & Beverexperience to oversee the culinary age Operations. During this time,
operations at Destination Kohler, McGinty was an integral leader
one of only 52 resort-hotels to of the department, implementing
boast the AAA Five-Diamond and strategies that have increased efForbes Five-Star accolades, Lodge ficiencies and profits, introducing
Kohler, the highly anticipated creative ideas and enhancements,
premier hotel development in Ti- hiring top talent and continuing to
tletown set to open in 2017, and deliver excellence throughout the
the growth of Kitchens of Kohler resort’s culinary offerings.
Demonstration Kitchen.
Prior to joining Kohler, McGinty
“Tom McGinty brings dedicat- launched Soigné Culinary Artistry,
ed passion and innovation to the a Chicago-based culinary services
resort’s diverse, five-star culinary company that partnered with corprogram, and we are delighted to porations and business groups to
have such a talented professional assist with team building, product
lead our food and beverage depart- development, and customer serment as we continue to expand and vice training through interactive
elevate our program,” says Chris- culinary seminars. Throughout
tine Loose, group director of lodg- his 30-year career, McGinty has
ing for Kohler Co. Hospitality & refined his culinary expertise and
Real Estate. “Tom has also been in- commitment to service through
strumental in strengthening our cu- formal training, various Executive
linary team and offerings through Chef positions and providing cookhis entrepreneurial spirit and cre- ing demonstrations and interactive
ativity.”
presentations around the world.
Kohler Co. photo

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
Thursday Culinary Skills
August 18 and 25, 5:30-7pm, $50
Demonstra on Kitchen
Take your cooking exper se to the
next level Thursday nights at the
Demonstra on Kitchen. Prep and cook
alongside our culinary experts as they
guide you through topics from knife skills
to pasta making.
August 18 – Knife Skills; Soup – A handson chopping session that’ll have you
mincing, slicing, and dicing vegetables
and herbs like a pro and create a
delicious seasonal soup! Knife care,
sharpening and honing, and selec on are
also covered.
August 25 – Fresh Pasta – Learn how to
make fresh pasta dough from scratch
and create noodles of all shapes and
sizes. You’ll also discover how to prepare
simple, seasonal sauces to accompany
your pasta.
Kids Cooking Classes
August 13, 20 and 27, 10-11:30am (Junior
Chef Classes Ages 6-8, $45) / 2:30-5pm
(Senior Chef Classes Ages 9-14, $65)
Demonstra on Kitchen
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstra on
Kitchen, each hands-on class challenges
kids to mix, measure, bake and cook their
way to a complete meal.
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8:
August 13 – Flatbreads to Quick Breads
(Margherita Flatbread, Strawberry
Shortcake, Fresh Lemonade)
August 20 – The Ice Cream Shop (Vanilla
& Chocolate Ice Cream, Chocolate Sauce
& Caramel Sauce, Italian Cream Soda)
August 27 – Loco for Cocoa (Chocolate
Shortbread Cookies, Chocolate Dipped
Fruit, Frozen Hot Chocolate)

Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14:
August 13 – A Day in Italy (Caesar Salad,
Fresh Pasta with Classic Tomato Sauce,
Berry Tiramisu)
August 20 – A Day in Japan (Sesame
Edamame, Maki Rolls, Green Tea Ice
Cream)
August 27 – A Day in France (Green Salad
with Vinaigre e, Savory Tarts with Green
Bean Almondine, Sweet Crepes with Jam)
Mini Mulligans
Various Dates, 1-3pm, $20
Kohler Swing Studio & Golf Shop
The Mini Mulligans Program is a great
introduc on to a variety of games offered
at the Kohler Swing Studio, located in
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler, which
is open year-round. The games offer a
fun and interac ve way to prac ce golf
skills. Available to Juniors ages 4-13. $20
per child per session / $90 per child for
all sessions. Available Games: 3 Mini
Golf Courses, Skee Ball, Four-Hole Par
3 Compe on, Obstacle Course, Short
Game Challenge, Water Challenge. To
register and for more informa on contact
Andrew Cain, PGA Professional/Store
Coordinator, Kohler Swing Studio & Golf
Shop at 920-208-4668 and
Andrew.Cain@kohler.com.
Mini Mulligans Program 2016 Schedule:
Wednesday, Aug 17 – Challenges, Skee
Ball, & Mini Golf
Wednesday, Aug 24 – Challenges, Skee
Ball, & Mini Golf
Wednesday, Aug 31 – Challenges, Skee
Ball, & Mini Golf
Sunday, Sept 11 – Open Session
Sunday, Sept 18 – Big Screen Movie &
Games (Free)

Sounds of Summer Sundays
Sundays, through August 28, 3-5pm,
Complimentary
Shops at Woodlake Rotunda
Join us this summer as music fills the
air along the shore of Wood Lake in
Kohler. Every Sunday, June 5 – August
28, from 3-5pm, a fresh, exci ng act will
perform live on the lakeside pa o at The
Shops at Woodlake Kohler. In the case
of inclement weather, concerts will take
place in the Breezeway at The Shops at
Woodlake. Shop. Dine. Relax.
August 21 - Ma Haffel
August 28 - Mark Cro
EXHIBIT: SEEING WISCONSIN
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
August 1 – October 2
Features the porcelain pieces of Kate
Maury (MN), the detailed studies of
Wisconsin flora and fauna of Joanna
Poehlmann (WI) and the exquisite 22
karat gold jewelry of Julie Seymour (WI).
For more informa on please call 920452-8602.
Skin Authority Facial Peel Event
Thursday, August 25, 4-8pm, $55
Kohler Water Spa
Get ready for the school year with a
rejuvena ng facial. Using Skin Authority’s
professional glycolic peel, this facial
will help to brighten skin tone, even
out fine lines and wrinkles, and bring
your skin back to its natural glow. Call
855-444-2838 to reserve your spot. $55
per person includes a 25-minute facial
service, spa facility access from 4 to 8pm,
and $25 credit toward any retail purchase
of $50 or more in the Spa Bou que.
Advance reserva ons are required.

YOGA ON THE LAKE
For a list of classes, information, pricing details and to
register call Yoga on the Lake at 920-453-2817 for more
information. Yoga On the Lake offers workshops, special
events and guest instructors throughout the year.
Master Class with Danni Pomplun
Friday, August 19, 5:30-7pm
Join Danni Pomplun for a Friday evening of yoga, laughs
and fun. As a preview to the weekend, come explore
Danni’s functional, down-to-earth style of teaching.
Explore some of his favorite postures, listen to our bodies,
and groove to some sweet jams.
MASTER CLASS with DANNI POMPLUN - Friday,
August 19, 2016 - 5:30-7pm
FIND THE FUN, FIGHT THE FEAR: AN INVERSION
EXPERIENCE with DANNI POMPLUN - Saturday,
August 20, 2016 - 10:30am-12:30pm
BABY GOT BACKBENDS with DANNI POMPLUN Saturday, August 20, 2016
2:30-4pm
JOURNEY INTO HANUMAN: EVERYDAY HERO
with DANNI POMPLUN - Sunday, August 21, 2016 10:30am-12:30pm
Experience yoga with Danni Pomplun: $130 Weekend
Workshop with Danni (4 sessions), $35 Drop-In, $30
YOTL Member
TEACHER TRAINING SPECIAL OPEN HOUSE
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
5:30-7:30pm
Learn more about Teacher Training by meeting Teacher
Training leads, discussing programming and enjoying
a vinyasa class with fellow yogis. Enjoy refreshments,
the opportunity to mix and mingle with fellow yogis,
and receive 30% off one full-priced retail item from the
boutique. Space is limited, please reserve your spot.
5:30pm - Vinyasa 1 taught by Ashley Kohler with handson assists by Greg Cartwright and Jessica Warren.
6:30–7:30pm - Meet teacher training leads. Program
Q&A.