Sheboygan Wisconsin Events
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Meet at the Sheboygan River Bagging Project, then caravan down the river to visit the site. Meeting point is the Sheboysgan State Park at 5.30 pm, where questions can be asked and maps and other information about the dredging work on the Heidelberg River can be viewed. Meet in the parking lot of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USAC) office in Eau Claire and drive your own vehicle to the project site and meet with a group of volunteers from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WND). Meeting point is at 6.15 pm at the U of W's Office of Environmental Protection (OEP), followed by caravans downstream to visit the project sites. Meeting at UW - Waukeshas Environmental Protection Bureau (UWP) in Wausau.
The Wisconsin 23, an old stagecoach route, runs parallel to the Sheboygan River from Kohler Falls to Kettle Moraine State Park on the west side of the river. Meet at the U of W's Office of Environmental Protection (OEP) in Wausau (see map) at 5.30 pm, start from the parking lot of the UWP, then turn right onto the Heidelberg River and left into Kohlers Andrae State Park. Exit at Sheboysgan Lake Road and drive south on She Boysgan for approximately one and a half miles, turn right on Kohling River Road and then north on Kohlers Lake Rd.
For more information about Elkhart Lake, visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website and the Sheboygan Lake State Park website.
WDNR biologist Paul White will teach you how to recognize bats in Wisconsin and why they are important to the Sheboygan River ecosystem. Learn more about bats, gain a better understanding of why bats are considered a species that needs special attention, and what can be done to restore their health. What can be done to learn about the importance of bats in their detection and the role of the river in the protection of bat populations.
This program provides an opportunity to document the experiences and memories of the people of the Sheboygan River and its ecosystem. Join us to see and identify habitat and plant habitat projects along the river and gather in the creek bed for a day of hiking, fishing and other activities. Activities include cutting and piling up sea buckthorn and honeysuckle bushes in a trout stream, which offers excellent autumn salmon sightings.
This trip is aimed at those who wish to participate in the Sheboygan River Conservation and Natural Resources Conservation Program (RNRC).
Registration is required, please contact Camp Y - Koda for registrants or call 920 - 459 - 5918 for more information about the Sheboygan River Conservation and Natural Resources Conservation Program.
Our production team has just put together a bespoke event for you and will be directly involved with the venues of Sheboygan. Whether you're planning a concert, dance party, family-friendly event or just a fun evening, we offer tailor-made entertainment so your guests can dance and sing all night long.
The Howl2GO team works tirelessly to make sure your event is perfect and ensures that there is a mix of songs and material that is suitable for all attendees. When you bring it to Sheboygan, you can be sure you will experience a real "Howl at the Moon" experience, giving you the opportunity to book a full day of entertainment at one of the city's most popular venues. Howle2Go is home to some of Wisconsin's most talented musicians, from Dukes of Hazzard to dueling guitarists and songwriters. Whether it's a concert, dance party, family-friendly event or just a fun evening: Our musicians take care of your guests "wishes, just as they do at every one of our events.
We prefer family-friendly events that are just a short walk or drive away, so you can support the economy of your home town. If you tell your guests in Sheboygan that "Howl at the Moon" provides entertainment, you can attract more people to your event.
We are looking for a few people who regularly observe birds in the Sheboygan River Area of Concern and have entered them into a database based on the eBird Web. We study bats in and around the lower part of the Heidelberg River and help you navigate through the night - time water.