The Sheboygan Weekender: April 21-23

SHEBOYGAN — Looking for something to do this weekend? Here’s a list of events, brat frys and fundraisers in Sheboygan County.

Friday, April 21

All you can eat bacon, everything! The Black Pig is hosting the first annual Bacon, Blues and Booze featuring Deschutes & 3 Sheeps Beer from 6 PM to 11 PM at The Berkshire, 821 North 8th Street. To purchase tickets, call Black Pig at (920) 457-6565 or at the door the night of the event.

Saturday, April 22

At 8 AM, join Master naturalist Andy Raddatz for a bird hike at Kohler-Andrae. Meet him at the Black River Trail parking lot to search for the birds currently in the park. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather. Bring binoculars and field guides if available. The two-mile hike is best for age 8 and older; children must be accompanied by an adult. Please no dogs on this hike. For more information, call (920) 451-4080.

The Sheboygan Area Spirit Fair will be held from 10 AM to 5 PM at the Windjammer Banquet Hall located inside Lakeshore Lanes, 2519 S. Business Drive in Sheboygan. Join us for a day of love and light as we gather some of eastern Wisconsin’s talented mediums, psychic readers and energy workers. Book appointments for $1/minute (15 minute minimum) with a variety of readers and body workers who use the Tarot, astrology, oracle cards, Reiki, and intuitive abilities to help guide you to reach your greatest good.

Kettle Karvers Klub 27th annual Woodcarving and Wood Sculpture Show, held at Lakers Ice Center, 1202 S. Wildwood Avenue in Sheboygan, is an event for all ages. This year’s featured carver is Rosemary Mohnsam. In addition to many show tables, demonstrations will be held at 11 AM and 1 PM. From 11:30 AM to 1 PM, children are invited to try their hand at carving accompanied by an adult member.

Sunday, April 23

The annual Town of Sheboygan Volunteer Fire Department Brat Fry will be held from 10 AM to 6 PM at the fire station, 3911 County Road Y. Chicken, brats and burgers, raffle Prizes plus entertainment all day long. A free shuttle to the fire station will be offered with free parking at Lincoln Erdman School.

“Pounce Into a Good Book” is the theme of the 23rd annual Open Household Pet Cat Show, a fundraiser event for the Sheboygan County 4H Cat Project. Enter your cat in the show or just come as a spectator and enjoy the fun! Spectator admission only $2, $1 for seniors over age 60 and children under 10. The event is held at the Lakers Ice Center in Sheboygan from 9 AM to 4 PM.

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