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Girls tennis team earns
another trip to state
For the second year in a row,
the Kohler girls varsity tennis
team qualified for the WIAA 2016
Girls State Tennis Team Championships. (Last year was the first
time in Kohler School history that
the entire girls team qualified).
The Blue Bombers tied with Appleton Xavier in the sectional held
in Brown Deer October 5, requiring the 6th tie break rule to determine a winner. (The team with the
least amount of losses at the sec-

tional wins the tie break).
Five players also qualified for
the 2016 State Individual Tournament: #1 singles player Shelby
Horth, #1 doubles Jamie Lewis
and Evelyn Heun, and #2 doubles
Sarah Sobecki and Elly Udovich.
Horth took third place in the first
flight at sectionals, Lewis and
Heun took second, and Sobecki
and Udovich took first.
Results for the other players at
sectionals were: #2 singles Lau-

ren Horth – 4th place, #3 singles
Luisa Neuner – 1st place, #4 singles Molly Thomack – 4th place,
#3 doubles Ryah Gutschow and
Grace Madigan – 2nd place.
The individuals tournament will
be held Thursday-Saturday, October 13-15, and the team championships will be Friday-Saturday,
October 21-22 at Nielsen Tennis
Stadium in Madison. Follow the
action at wiaawi.org.

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Sharon Reilly
appointed to the
Kohler School
Board
Submitted by Quynh Trueblood, Superintendent of Schools
The Kohler School
Board appointed and
welcomed Sharon Reilly as its newest member
on Monday, September
25. Sharon fills a board
vacancy until the April
election in 2017. Sharon has been married
for 40 years to lifelong
Kohler resident, Tom Reilly. She
is incredibly proud of her two
children who are Kohler High
School graduates. Her two grandsons add pure joy to life!
Sharon has deep roots in education. She holds bachelor’s degrees
in social work and elementary education and a master’s degree in
reading. During her 27-year career
in education, Sharon served chil-

dren and their families
as a classroom teacher,
literacy coach, reading
specialist, and literacy
consultant.
With the long tradition
of giving in education,
Sharon continues in her
desire to give back to
When
Submitted photo the community.
asked about her interest in serving
on the School Board, she shared,
“I want to ensure the development
of the whole child; the emotional,
social, behavioral, and academic
development are so important. I
want to help the school turn out
solid citizens.” Sharon looks forward to meeting the teachers and
being an active part of the school
community!

Varsity team: Ryah Gutschow, Grace Madigan, Shelby Horth, Lauren Horth, Molly Thomack, Evelyn Heun, Jamie Lewis, Sarah Sobecki,
Elly Udovich and Luisa Neuner
Submitted photo

School board
reorganized

Individual qualifers: Shelby Horth, Jamie Lewis, Evelyn Heun, Sarah Sobecki and Elly Udovich

With the appointment of Sharon Reilly to the school board,
positions on the school board for
the 2016-17 year are as follows:
Steve Cassady - President, Chad
Hamilton - Vice President, Sharon
Reilly - Treasurer, Meredith Behler - Clerk, Christina Koberstein
- Member at large.
Three seats on the school board
on the ballot next spring
Sharon Reilly will have to run
for reelection to hold her new position, and the two seats held by
Steve Cassady and Kristina Koberstein will also be up for grabs.

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Sheboygan County
wine country?

County is part of officially recognized
grape growing region
By Kevin Struck, University of
Wisconsin - Extension
In 2012, after a seven-year process, a 3,800 square mile region of
eastern Wisconsin was designated
by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau as the
Wisconsin Ledge American Viticulture Area (AVA), joining well
known AVA regions such as Napa
Valley, Martha’s Vineyard, Finger
Lakes, and Willamette Valley.
As the region approaches its
five-year anniversary, there are
now 19 wineries and at least that
many vineyards within Wisconsin Ledge. The most recent addition to the list is SoLu Winery
& Meadery in central Sheboygan
County. SoLu’s 25-acre vineyard
includes a varietal of 11 grapes.
Sheboygan County is also home
to Blind Horse Winery in Kohler.
An AVA recognizes the unique
qualities of a specific landscape
for its ability to grow quality
grapes for use in winemaking.
The establishment of a viticultural
area allows vintners to market a
brand that describes the origin of
their wines and helps consumers
identify wines they may wish to
purchase.
Ancient glaciers helped shaped
the unique landscape that is a key

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Plans for 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling
Straits already underway
By The Kohler Villager
Plans are already underway
for the 2020 Ryder Cup, which
will be held at Whistling Straits
next time the United States hosts
the event. (The competition between teams from Europe and the
United States is held every two
years, with the venue alternating
between courses in the USA and
Europe).
This will be the first time the
Ryder Cup is held in Wisconsin,
and Whistling Straits will be the
first public course in the U.S. to
host this major event since 1991.
A contingent of approximately
70 Kohler Co. executives visited
the Ryder Cup held in early October at Hazeltine National Golf
Club in Chaska, Minnesota to get
a better idea of what’s involved in
hosting the tournament.
According to media reports,
there were twice as many corporate chalets at the Ryder Cup
at Hazeltine (80) as there were
at the last PGA championship at
Whistling Straits (40). The crowd
in 2020 is expected to be at least
280,000 spectators or more (PGA
estimates were about 200,000).

There were 15 massive LED
screens installed throughout the
course, the most ever placed at a
golf tournament. One of the notable challenges at Hazeltine were
unruly spectators.
For those unfamiliar with the
game of golf, the Ryder Cup is a
different animal from other golf
tournaments like the PGA Cham-

pionship. Jointly administered
by the PGA of America and the
PGA European Tour, it has been
described as a golf tournament
like no other and the world’s great
sporting event. It has been called
golf’s version of a professional
football or soccer game.
The Ryder Cup has its own
rules with a match-play format

that pits the best American golfers
against the best European golfers.
There is no prize money, and the
golfers are not just playing for
themselves, but for their country.
Spectators tend to be more raucous, and dress in flashy patriotic
costumes. There is usually a lot of

pressure and drama for the golfers, and sometimes controversy.
Combine all that with Whistling
Straits’ challenging terrain influenced by Irish links, and the 2020
Ryder Cup should make for some
interesting and exciting competition, right in our back yard!

Left: American spectators dressed as Statue of Liberty, bald eagle, and Uncle Sam. Right: Brits decked out in their national flag.
Photos courtesy of Mike McAllister, Managing Editor at PGA TOUR Digital

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The Most Wonderful Time
of the Year

Kohler girls take second
at Appleton soccer
tournament

Join us for the 17th Annual Kohler School Friends
Holiday Arts & Craft Fair
This year’s Holiday
Fair is sure to be a
spectacular event for
the thousands who
will visit Kohler
School
Friends
Holiday Arts & Craft
Fair. The Kohler School
Gym transforms into a
winter wonderland, offering
opportunities to find that oneof-a-kind gift for the Christmas
Season.
The fair will feature over 80
handmade arts and crafters from
two states in this one-day fair.
Vendors offer unique items for
the entire family. This year’s
offerings will include apparel,

accessories, jewelry, toys,
food, and much more.
Plan now to be a part
of this year’s show.
Hosted by Kohler
School
Friends
and presented by
the Kohler Village
Tourism
Committee,
the Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
combines the efforts of hundreds
of volunteers, numerous sponsors
and
businesses
throughout
Sheboygan County.

Kohler
School
Friends
promotes appreciation and access
to educational opportunities
at Kohler School District by
providing funding for teachers

and students through various
means. The organization makes
a significant and lasting impact
within the school every year by
funding programs, classroom
materials,
field
trips
and
educational learning experiences.
2016 Show:
Saturday, November 19th
9:00am-4pm
Kohler School, 333 Upper
School Rd.
Admission: $ 4.00 Adults
$1.00 Kids (6-12 yrs.)
Free (5 & Under)
Questions, contact:
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School superintendent
to hold “Community
Conversations”

Meet Quynh Trueblood for Coffee with the Superintendent on October 18 from
7:30 - 8:30 am in the Atrium at Woodlake Market. This month’s feature is “What’s on
Your Mind” and College and Career Readiness. Let’s Talk!
• Future featured current topics include:
• Future skills & workforce development
• Building partnerships
• Teacher shortage
• School funding realities and reform
• State and national policy trends

NOTICE FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING
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 Kohler School District Library
in the school on Monday, the twenty-fourth day of October 2016, at six-thirty
o’clock 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 o’clock p.m.
Dated this 1st day of October 2016.
Meredith Behler, District Clerk

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Three Kohler students who play
on the Lakeshore United FC U12
Green team, 6th graders McKenna Holzrichter and Madelynn Magle, as well as 5th grader Kendall
Gottsacker, placed second at Appleton’s Oktoberfest Soccer Tour-

nament. Their team placed first in
their bracket, then the championship game ended in a tie and they
lost by one point in a shoot out.
It was an exciting tournament and
the girls played wonderfully!!

Key Club to collect
winter clothing
Time to clean out your closets!
Kohler High School Key Club
will be collecting winter clothing
to donate to the Kiwanis Club of
Greater Sheboygan’s Clothing
Exchange. This is the 24th year
that the Kiwanis Club has traded
winter clothes for non-perishable food, canned good or paper
goods. Clothing should be gently
worn or new and clean and any

size infant to adult are appreciated. There is a bucket for donations just inside the school by
the main office. Please bring in
donations by Friday, October 28.
For more information about donations or the Clothing Exchange,
please contact Kristin Romanoski (KHS Key Club Advisor) at
romanoskik@kohler.k12.wi.us.
We thank you for your support!

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Kohler Foundation announces
Distinguished Guest Series headliners
KOHLER, Wis. – Violin virtuoso Joshua
Bell, multi-instrumental bluegrass pioneer
Sara Watkins, and Broadway legend Kristin
Chenoweth will headline the 73rd season of
the Distinguished Guest Series in Kohler.
The Series, which began in 1944 as a free
lecture series held at the historic Waelderhaus in the Village of Kohler, continues its
focus on diverse performers in 2016 and
2017. In describing the upcoming season,
Natalie Black Kohler, President of Kohler
Foundation said, “The tradition of presenting world-class entertainment at accessible
prices is important to Kohler Foundation,
and this season we are proud to welcome
three artists to our stage who are undeniably world-class in their respective fields.”

of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields,
Bell is the first person to hold this post
since the orchestra was formed by Sir Neville Marriner in 1958. He has collaborated
with many artists including Chris Botti,
Josh Groban, Sting, Kristin Chenoweth,
Bela Fleck, Placido Domingo, Renee Fleming, Regina Spektor, Chick Corea, Wynton
Marsalis, James Taylor and more. With
more than 40 CDs recorded and countless
honors, the Grammy winner’s career spans
over 30 years as a soloist, chamber musician, recording artist, and conductor.
SARA WATKINS
Friday, January 20, 2017, 8:00 p.m.
Acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist
Sara
Watkins’ new album,  Young In All
The Wrong Ways, out
July 1 on New West
Records, sees her
boldly stepping in
to the role of frontwoman following the
collaborative groups
of Watkins Family Hour and the Platinum-selling, Grammy Award-winning
Nickel Creek, which she first formed with
her brother Sean Watkins and Chris Thile
when she was just eight years old. Easily
her most cohesive and fully realized album
of her solo career, it is also her most powerful, personal and revealing; she wrote or

JOSHUA BELL
Friday, November 4, 2016, 8:00 p.m.
Often referred to as the “poet of the violin” Joshua Bell’s
stunning virtuosity, beautiful tone,
and charismatic
stage
presence
have brought him
universal acclaim.
Joshua has been
heralded for the
wide range of music he has chosen
to record, expanding the creative role of the modern concert
artist. Recently appointed Music Director

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co-wrote each of the 10 songs – a first for
her. Watkins calls the new collection “a
breakup album with myself...” and writing
and recording these ten intensely soul-baring songs was a means for her to process
and mark the last couple years, which have
been transformative.
KRISTIN CHENOWETH
Thursday, March 2, 2017, 8:00 p.m.
Emmy
and
Tony
Award-winning actress
and singer, Kristin
Chenoweth, takes the
lead in a career that
spans film, television,
voiceover, and stage.
She received an Emmy
Award for her work on
the series Pushing Daisies, and lit up the
stage of McKinley High as April Rhodes
on Glee, for which she was nominated for
two Emmys and a People’s Choice Award.
Though Kristin has often come into our
living rooms on hit shows like The West
Wing, she may be most remembered for her
origination of the role of Glinda the Good
Witch in Wicked, which earned her a Tony
Award Nomination, and her Tony-winning
performance in You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, in which she stole the show and
many hearts in the process. In July 2015,
Kristin received a coveted star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Adult/Student A Seat- $120/$60
Adult/Student B Seat- $110/$55
Individual Tickets:
Joshua Bell
Adult/Student A Seat- $65/$32
Adult/Student B Seat- $55/$27
Sara Watkins
Adult/Student A Seat- $30/$15
Adult/Student B Seat- $25/$13
Kristin Chenoweth
Adult/Student A Seat- $50/$25
Adult/Student B Seat- $45/$23
Order tickets online and choose your
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The Kohler Foundation is a non-profit,
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bath, professionally landscaped yard with bluestone patio. SO MUCH MORE!!!
$600,000
Meg Trager

Lot 1 Woodland 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.
$124,900
Terri Stewart

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

Build your private retreat in River Trails, Town
of Wilson. Only eight wooded building sites
available.

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.
$389,900
Terri Stewart

RURAL SETTING

VILLAGE LOT

$74,900

Kathy Nonhof

With gated entrance.
Price range $54,640 - $213,070

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New Weight Loss Program Now Available in Kohler
Kohler, Wis. – Prevea Health is
pleased to now offer Ideal Weigh
at the Prevea Kohler Health Center.
Ideal Weigh is a medically-supervised weight loss program
that includes a diet low in carbohydrates and rich in healthy
proteins. Under the guidance of
Prevea Functional Medicine physician, Dr. Kristen Lindgren, the
Ideal Weigh program:
• Uses Ideal Protein products,
which promote fat loss while

maintaining muscle mass.
• Includes weekly weight checks,
blood pressure, BMI and body
measurement analysis.
• Provides education to help you
maintain your results
• Offers one-on-one personalized
weight loss coaching.
“With the Ideal Weigh program,
you also learn how to make better
food choices for lifelong health,
while also maintaining an optimal
weight,” said Dr. Lindgren. 
Prevea Kohler Health Center is

located at 950 Woodlake Rd. in
Kohler. The community is invited
to learn more about Ideal Weigh
at a free workshop in Sheboygan
Nov. 9.
Free Workshop
• Wednesday, Nov. 9
• 5:30 p.m.
• HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital – Christopher Room, 3100
Superior Ave. in Sheboygan
• RSVP by calling (920) 4311880

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Kohler School Foundation’s
frequently asked questions
this time of year
1. What IS the Foundation?
The Kohler School Foundation
is a non-profit organization that
grants money to initiatives that
support the Kohler School District’s strategic priorities, provide
scholarships to graduating seniors, and take the district beyond
the basics of what the typical
public school budget allows. The
Kohler School Foundation’s funding is designated solely to support
the school district.
2. What is Fall Follies?
In its tenth year, Fall Follies is an
evening that brings together the
District’s supporters: community, staff, and corporate contributors. It celebrates both school
and community and is a great
opportunity to meet new neighbors, connect with others, or enjoy a night out without the kids!
The proceeds from this silent
and live auction fundraiser go
toward the Annual Fund, directly
impacting the next school year.
It will be held October 29 at the
American Club. The ballroom is
quickly filling. Please register at
www.bidpal.net/ksf2016 before

it’s too late!
3. How can I give if I cannot
attend Fall Follies?
The event has become a wonderful celebration known for fun and
camaraderie, but if you’re unable
to attend, there are other ways to
give. You may:
• Write a check for a tax-deductible donation to the Kohler
School Foundation and deliver
it the Foundation’s mail slot
at school or send to: Kohler
School Foundation, 333 Upper
Road, Kohler, WI 53044.
• Donate online through www.
kohlerschoolfoundation.org
• Bid on auction items online at
www.bidpal.net/ksf2016. The
Kohler School Foundation’s
Giving Center will go live for
online bidding on October 21.
You may bid on items from
miles away up through the evening of the event and you will
be notified if you have won an
item. There are a few special
items, however, that will only
be available at the event itself.
• Donate an auction item for the
2017 Fall Follies.

Any way you contribute, it makes
a difference to the students and
faculty at Kohler Schools.
4. What do I wear to Fall
Follies? (Believe it or not, this
question gets asked often)!
Fall Follies is intended to be FUN
– not stressful! It is a casual event
meant for comfortable conversation and, of course, dancing! That
said, with a different twist each
year, you will NOT be out of place
if you “dress the part.” Don’t be
surprised with this year’s theme,
“Rockin’ through the Decades” if
you spot your favorite rock star or
encounter entire tables of guests
sporting the look of a great rock
era!
5. Who IS the Kohler School
Foundation?
YOU are. While the organization
is comprised of a Board of Directors and has a couple sub-committees, without the dedication and
support of you, the Foundation
would simply not exist.
Fall Follies 2016 is sure to be a
fantastic event. Come join the
Kohler School Foundation in celebrating.

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KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Expands
Portfolio with Naturally Infused Dark Chocolate
Brandy The brand’s first-ever spirits offering is set to launch in
October for the holiday season
KOHLER, Wis. – Kohler Co.
is proud to announce that the
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates business is entering a
new market with the launch of
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Brandy. Incorporating the
unique blend of chocolate created exclusively for the company,
the new spirit is naturally infused
with Kohler’s dark chocolate, providing an unmatched spirits taste
and experience. The Dark Chocolate Brandy will be released early
October at Destination Kohler,
home to the Forbes Five-Star and
AAA Five Diamond resort-hotel,
as well as other select retailers and
restaurants in the Wisconsin area. 
“We are thrilled to embark on
this new venture into the spirits
industry with the launch of the
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Brandy,” said Gerald Allison, Manager of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates. “We’ve

thoughtfully worked to combine
the flavors of our Kohler chocolate and brandy to create a truly
distinctive offering in the market
that chocolate lovers and brandy
enthusiasts will enjoy. At Kohler,
our company is always striving to
elevate our culinary offerings, and
this endeavor demonstrates our
dedication to providing memorable and unparalleled experiences.”
Understanding Wisconsinites
are passionate about brandy, top
consumers in the U.S. and true
connoisseurs of the spirit, the
team behind KOHLER Original
Recipe Chocolates Brandy meticulously crafted rounds of different
recipes and tastings to perfect its
complex flavors and distinct dark
chocolate taste.
With a velvet smooth texture,
the full-bodied spirit salivates the
senses and evokes a combination
of aromas, from rich chocolate, to
fruit, to a hint of nut. The brandy

was produced at the acclaimed
Central Standard Craft Distillery in Milwaukee with 70 proof,
35% alcohol. KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Brandy is
available in three sizes; 750 ml
($29.99); 375 ml ($19.99) and
200 ml ($14.99); with the smallest
size available exclusively at Destination Kohler outlets.
Coinciding with the launch and
to celebrate the holiday season,
KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates will release curated gift
boxes (available exclusively at
Destination Kohler outlets) that include a bottle of the distinguished
brandy and signature chocolate
pairings, which have been carefully hand selected by KOHLER
Original Recipe Chocolates Head
Chocolatier, Anette Righi DeFendi – recently recognized as one of
the Top 10 Chocolatiers in North
America by Dessert Professional
Magazine.

Kohler Comedy Night: Four nationally
touring comedians set to host show at
The American Club
Kohler Comedy Night returns to
Destination Kohler this fall with
a line-up of nationally touring
comedians on Saturday, November 5 at 8pm ($28.75). Tickets are
available for purchase online at
KohleratHome.com or
1-800-344-2838.
The four comedians appearing
in the show in The Grand Hall of
the Great Lakes include:

- Josh Sneed, who’s been featured
on Comedy Central;
- Deb DiGiovanni, a finalist on
the fifth season of NBC’s Last
Comic Standing;
- Pete Lee, well known for his
web show called Unsportsmanlike
Conduct;
- and emcee Jim Flannigan, a
mainstay at top comedy clubs
around the country.

Kohler Comedy Night Hotel
Packages are available at The
American Club or Inn on Woodlake include one-night accommodations on Saturday, a ticket and
complimentary drink per package
adult, early entrance and premiere
cocktail seating with tableside service. Package prices start at $96
per person. Call 866-462-5645 for
reservations.

Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

KOHLER DARK CHOCOLATE BRANDY OLD FASHIONED
By: Peter Kalleward, mixologist at Destination Kohler
A twist on one of Wisconsin’s most-popular classic cocktails,
which evokes the flavor of handmade KOHLER Original Recipe
Chocolates:
• Muddle 2 Luxardo cherries
• 4 dashes Angostura bitters, splash of water
• Add ice
• ½ ounce Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur
• 2 ounces KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Dark Chocolate
Brandy
• Top with 1 ounce club soda
• Garnish with cherry and orange

Winter golf leagues forming
The Kohler Swing Studio &
Golf Shop announces the inaugural season of winter golf leagues.
The leagues will play weekly
from November to March for a
weekly fee of $25-$35. Each week
the two-person teams will play a

new course on the Kohler Swing
Studio’s state-of-the-art golf simulators. Leagues for men, women
and juniors will be available.
For more information and league
registration, contact Andrew Cain
at 920-208-4668.

Photo: The Kohler Villager

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events
Chef’s Table Dinner Series
Fridays, Various Dates, 6-8pm, $60 per
person / $79 with beverage pairings
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
Join us in Destination Kohler for the
first of its kind, Chef’s Table Dinner
Series. Delight in a 3-course dinner
demonstrated, prepared and served by
a featured Destination Kohler chef in the
Demonstration Kitchen. Chefs will be
showcasing their best and favorite dishes
for this exclusive event and showing you
how they make it all come together. Space
is limited to keep the experience intimate,
so make sure to reserve your seat at the
table soon. Reserve your spot and view
menus at KohlerAtHome.com.
Schedule of upcoming Chef’s Table
Dinners:
Friday, October 28 – My Pad Thai or
Yours
Culinary Skills Class
Thursdays, October 27, 5:30-7pm, $50
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
Take your cooking expertise to the
next level Thursday nights at the

Demonstration Kitchen. Prep and cook
alongside our culinary experts as they
guide you through topics from knife skills
to pasta making.
October 27 – Soups
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 17, 6-8pm
The Horse & Plow
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.
Harvest for the Hungry
Tuesday, October 18
Lunch 11am-2pm
Dinner 4-7pm
Main Event Tent at The Shops at
Woodlake
Advance Tickets - Adults $15, Children
$10, Children 4 and under free

Tickets at the Door – Adults $20, Children
$15, Children 4 and under free
Kohler Food & Wine Experience
October 20-23
Various Destination Kohler Locations
Mark your calendar for the 16th annual
Kohler Food & Wine Experience - a fourday extravaganza of food, wine and fun.
This interactive culinary event features
celebrity chefs, libations specialists,
wine experts and epicurean enthusiasts
from around the world for dynamic
culinary seminars, tastings and signature
festivities. See destinationkohler.com
website for specific information.
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 24, 6-8pm
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break
down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and

drink specials.
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, October 29
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstration Kitchen
10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages
6-8, $45) /
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages
9-14, $65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to
becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking
Camp. Located at the Demonstration
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: Cheese
Please
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: A Day
in Italy
The Horse & Plow Huddle
Monday, October 31, 6-8pm
Football is back and so is your chance
to get an exclusive look into Wisconsin’s
favorite team. Join us Monday nights for
a LIVE broadcast of The Horse & Plow
Huddle. Hosted by ESPN’s Homer and
Gabe, this dinnertime event will break

down the action each week with a former
or current Packer player. Stick around
post-show for Monday night football and
drink specials.

SPORTS CORE

Sports Core
Kids Motion - Wednesday, October 19
from 9:30-10:30am
TGIF FUN - Friday, October 21 from 5:307:30pm
Zumba Party in Pink - Friday, October 21
from 6-8pm
Pro Shop Special: Through October 23
Rake in the Savings-Draw an envelope
and receive your discount up to 30% off
your entire purchase. 

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.