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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.

Letters to Santa Contest - Contest Extended to Nov. 24

Children K5-Grade 4 are encouraged to write a letter to Santa. The child who writes the winning letter and their guest will ride with Santa in the Plymouth Holiday Parade on Friday, November 28! Simply mail your letter in any of the RED mail boxes located at Antoinettes, Book Heads, Cain's Bridal Wreath, CPN Hair Studio, DeO'Malley's Pizza, Dreams Unlimited, Exchange Bank Coffehouse, Plymouth Arts Center, The Review or Maggie's Closet. After contest ends, mail boxes will remain through Friday December 12 for ALL letters to Santa (any age). Letters with a legible mailing address will receive a reply from Santa. Entry Form.

Chili Cook-Off- Nov. 28

Downtown businesses will be "decked out" for the holidays making shopping even more fun! Come early and sample the chili entries. Cast your vote for your favorite recipe from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at participating businesses. Stick around for the parade which follows at 7:00 p.m. Businesses who wish to participate in the Chili Cook-Off or who wish to invest in the parade and/or decorate their business are to complete this Participation Form. Deadline to register has been extended to November 19.

Holiday Gathering Christmas Parade - Nov. 28

The fun continues with our Plymouth Christmas nighttime lighted Christmas parade at 7 pm. This parade features the ever-popular Wacky Wheel, Clydesdale horses, floats, dignitaries, costume characters, music, choral groups, horse-drawn carriage rides and wagons, llamas, dogs, community organizations and much more. The parade route commences at Caroline Street to East Mill Street and ends at North Street. Complete the Parade Entry Form if you want to participate in this popular event.

Bell Ringers Needed

Ring bells for the Plymouth Salvation Army and make change happen! Ringers are needed for November 26 through December 24. The Plymouth Salvation Army serves Adell, Batavia, Cascade, Cedar Grove, Elkhart Lake, Glenbeulah, Greenbush, Hingham, Oostburg, Plymouth, Random Lake and Waldo. Call Deb at (920) 528-8465 to volunteer. Individuals or groups are welcome!

Plymouth Referral Network Group - NEW

Looking for a way to boost sales and getting your "name" out there? If so, then the Plymouth Referral Network (PRN) is just for you! This newly formed Plymouth Chamber referral group's sole purpose is to refer business leads to each other. Learn more!

Chamber Committees Reinvigorated!

Now is your chance to get involved! We have several great committees which serve a very important role in what the Plymouth Chamber offers our members. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a member of any of the below committees:

Events Committee
Oversees planning and development of Chamber sponsored events (Mill Street Festival, Annual Dinner, Golf Outing, and Christmas Parade.) Meets when needed during the planning season for each event.

Education Committee
Develops educational opportunities for Chamber members. Meets semi-monthly.

Tourism Committee
Determines the direction of the Chamber's tourism advertising and marketing efforts.

Visitor Guide

Get your 24 page, full color Plymouth Chamber Visitor Guide entitled, Plymouth Wisconsin's Mural Capital" by clicking here (15 MB) or by stopping by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Center. The guide includes a map of the 25 murals painted around town. It also has a ton of information on lodging, dining, shopping, entertainment and everyday living. Welcome to our wonderful town!

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!

World Traveler Writes About Plymouth

The following is an excerpt from "Sher Travels" a recent tourist to our town. Visit her website to read her entire blog on her recent Plymouth adventure.

Plymouth is one of the most aesthetically pleasing towns I have ever laid eyes on. It offers amazing architecture, eclectic shops, restaurants, an arts center, brewery, wine bar, and so much more. Interested in an extended visit? No problem, because there are numerous lodging options available Had I known this small town was so splendiferous, I would have blocked off more time to hang out. A return trip is definitely in order with plans to spend an entire weekend.

Starting your Own Business? Call the E-Team.

The "E" stands for "entrepreneur". Our E-Team experts will offer objective opinions and perspectives about industry trends, marketing and financial strategies - and it's all free! Contact us to set up an appointment with the "E-Team".