Trips include kayaking basics, followed by a journey on the Sheboygan River.
Plymouth is Wisconsin's Mural Capital!
Located in Sheboygan County, Plymouth is nestled in the gently rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine. Our quaint town is an ideal place for visitors to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. Stroll through Plymouth to view 21 murals painted by the Walldogs. Plymouth now boasts a total of 25 murals. Learn more.
Memorial Day Parade - May 25
The World’s Cheese Center Post 5612 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is organizing this year’s Memorial Day parade and ceremony. The parade will step off at 10:00 a.m. and commence west on Main Street to Caroline Street, south on Caroline to East Mill Street, east on East Mill to North Street and then to Union Cemetery, where there will be a brief program.
Capt. John King, commanding officer of Plymouth-based Battery B, 1-121st Field Artillery, Army National Guard, will be the featured speaker at the ceremony. Rev. Peter Pietsch of Grace Lutheran Church (Elkhart Lake) will provide the invocation and benediction for the Union Cemetery which will also feature selections from the Plymouth High School marching band.
In the event of inclement weather, the parade will not be held and the program will be presented at Riverview Middle School.
Memorial Day Brat Fry - May 25
The Ladewig-Zinkgraf Post 243 American Legion Auxiliary will hold a Memorial Day brat fry at the Legion Post, 40 Stafford St., from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Proceeds from the brat fry will benefit the Plymouth Police Department K-9 Unit fund.
Plymouth's Got Talent - July 11
The talent show is open to ALL Plymouth residents and Plymouth School District students. What's your talent - singing, acting, instrumental performance, dance, martial arts, pet tricks, comedy? All talents are welcome. The talent show will be held at the Family Stage during Mill Street Festival from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Entries MUST sign up. Download Rules and Registration forms, or pick up your registration form and rules at the Plymouth Chamber. Lyrics, costumes and performances should be appropriate for all audiences. Prizes will be awarded. This is a free event open to the public. The winner (if 18 years or younger) can advance to the Junior Amateur Talent Competition held at the Wisconsin State Fair on August 14!
Mill Street Festival - Vendor Information
Small Town Charm with Plenty to Do
Plymouth is definitely a year-round, four-season town! In warmer months, we have plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, like Road America races, concerts at City Park, golfing, biking, the outdoor Plymouth Aquatic Center, exploring the architecture of the many historic homes and buildings (Historic Plymouth Walking Tour) and taking in the Walldogs murals. Check out the Calendar of Events for details. In the winter months, enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country or downhill skiing. No matter what it is like outside, make sure you make the time to appreciate fine art, meander through quaint shops and relax with a cup of coffee. Part of Plymouth's charm is its eclectic mix of dining choices. Spend the evening at one of our hotels/motels, bed and breakfast or inn/lodge. It's all here in Plymouth!