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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. Conveniently located seven minutes from Elkhart Lake, one hour north of Milwaukee; one hour south of Green Bay; and two hours north of Chicago, Plymouth is an ideal place for you to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. Stroll through Plymouth to view 21 murals painted by the Walldogs. Our quaint town now boasts a total of 25 murals. Learn more

All Member Meeting - October 13

Mingle with other Plymouth Chamber members from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. at Amore Banquet Hall. Our featured speaker will be Rick Balzan, Senior Human Resources Consultant at Schenck will be giving a presentation entitled, "Employee Recruitment: Thinking Outside of the Box." Please consider attending our meeting, or sending another representative or two from your business. A sandwich wrap buffet will be served. Cost is $16 per person. RSVP by October 8. Register today.

Trick or Treating - October 25

Plymouth kids will celebrate Halloween's Trick or Treating from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Parents - if you dare - turn on your porch light if you are giving out candy.

Monthly Seminars RETURNS!

Plymouth Chamber members are invited to our monthly training seminars held at PJ Campbell’s at The Depot in Plymouth. Sessions start at 7:30 am and are typically done by 9:00 am. Contact us ASAP if you plan on attending any of the below seminars:

Oct. 22- Tax Planning and Update on Tax Laws
Nov. 19 - Making the Most Out of Social Media

Christmas Parade - November 27

Be a part of Plymouth's Christmas parade! All local businesses, schools, groups and clubs are encouraged to participate! This year’s evening Christmas parade will be held on Friday, November 27 at 7:00 p.m. The anticipated route will be starting at St John Lutheran west to Caroline Street, south to East Mill Street, east to East Mill Street, and north on North Street back to St. John Lutheran. Entry deadline is Wednesday, November 11. Interested parade participants are to complete an Entry Form and Liability Waiver. If you have any questions, please contact the Plymouth Chamber.

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!