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Volume 7, Number 10dD
JANUARY 1, 2013
Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL)
CANDIDATES
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Bill Kunst
John Suralik
Brian Hoffmann
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Kohler Performing Arts Organization
Marla Olsen, GLND International distributor
Kohler Soccer Club
Ruso Maselles
Pagelow Home Construction
Len Hucke &Ed Thompson
Dave DeBruin
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Artensoul Studio
Restaurant
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Hugh Boyd
Tom Teaters
Peggy Hahn
Kathy Kane
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Lynn Erbstoesser
Ann Jennings
Lily Klauber
Salem United Church of Christ
Kohler Public Schools
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Sheboygan, WI 53081
Bus: (920) 457-1950
First graders make
cards for servicemen
Kelly DeAmicos first grade class at Kohler Elementary made cards and donated items to the troops for a
service project. Submitted photo
Math team takes third place at
Lomira Math Meet
Tim Valicenti earns first place medal
Kohler Math team I took first
place at a meet in Lomira on De-
cember 10. Senior Tim Valicenti
took home a first place medal,
while freshman Tyler Tuttle earned
a medal for his third place finish in
the grade level competitions.
Team members include Nate
Tures, James Misfeldt, Sydney
Yang, Andrew Gross, Anne Ben-
ishek, Katie Ruelle, and Leugh
Schlecht.
Andrew Grose, a percussionist
and junior at Kohler High School,
recently performed with the Wis-
consin School Music Association
High School State Honors Band at
the Overture Center in Madison.
The October concert was the cul-
mination of an intense audition,
summer camp and rehearsal
process, which began last Febru-
ary. Over 1400 musicians audi-
tioned for spots in the state band,
orchestra and choirs. The WSMA
State Honors Project provides op-
portunities for Wisconsins top
young musicians to work together
with nationally known conductors
in a highly disciplined, profes-
sional setting. The state concerts
will be broadcast on Wisconsin
Public Radio stations on Sunday,
December 30 at 12:00 noon-2:00
p.m. and will be shown on Wiscon-
sin Public Television on a date yet
to be announced.
Andrew is a member of the KHS
Symphony Band, Jazz Ensemble,
Drum Line, Pep Band and The
Kohler Jazz Trio (Shattered Glass).
He has also performed with the
Sheboygan Symphony, Sheboygan
Youth Symphony and the Youth
Theatre Company of Plymouth.
Andrew Grose performs
in Honors Band in
Madison
Reminder: Parking
rules during snow
emergencies
During a snow emergency, there
is no parking on Village streets
and while snow plows are in oper-
ation. Vehicles will be ticketed by
the police department if parked on
the street during a snow emer-
gency. You may park your vehicle
on the street again once a snow
emergency has expired.
For up-to-date snow emergency
information, you can call (920)
459-3881 or listen to WHBL
1330.
Holiday garbage
collection schedule
Garbage pickup during the Hol-
idays will be on Wednesday, De-
cember 26 and Wednesday,
January 2.
Christmas trees are considered
yard waste and will be picked up
with the regular garbage on Tues-
days. Please remove all decora-
tions and bags.
Kohler pool
closed for
winter
The Kohler pool will be closed
from December 2012 through
March 2013. Thank you for a won-
derful season and we look forward
to seeing you next spring.
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Brokerage, Inc.
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler
795B Woodlake Road
Kohler, WI 53044
(920) 457-1075
(800) 351-4371
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412 Summit Rd, Kohler
TRADITIONAL KOHLER BRICK HOME
3 bedroom home w/tons of charm
Bright and cheery kitchen
Beautiful living room w/fireplace
Dining room w/gleaming wood floors
Finished lower level rec room
Nice size yard w/great views of park
1 car detached garage w/carport
#3672 $235,000
Brian Homiston 889-9439
808 Linden Rd., Kohler
SPACIOUS KOHLER HOME
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, move-in condition
MBR with adjoining loft area w/fireplace
Updated kitchen with dual ovens
Living and family rooms with fireplace
Main floor laundry/mud room
Large deck w/surround sound and hot tub
Screened porch w/skylights
2 car att. & 1 car det. Garages
View this property at: www.808linden.com
#3714 $350,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
624 Pine Tree Rd, Kohler
CLASSIC KOHLER CAPE COD
Unending possibilities & great square footage
4 Bedrooms and 4 bath areas
Large living room, dinette with built-in cabinetry
Kitchen with solid surface countertops
Family room with built-in bookcases
Lower level rec room and utility area
Amazing play sized back yard and shed
Superb location and lot
#3744 $245,000
Kathy Nonhof 254-4784
PRICE REDUCED
826 Briarwood Ct, Kohler
BEAUTIFUL BRICK COLONIAL
Gorgeous lot flowers, shrubs, stone walk & patio
Over 3,200 sq. ft., plus 1,200 sq. ft. in lower level
Formal living & dining rooms, family room, full bath &
bedroom
Open loft on upper, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, bonus room
Beautiful wood floors, woodwork and crown moldings
Lower level rec room w/kitchenette, full bath & more
Close to Sports Core and all Kohler amenities
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: 826BriarwoodCt.com
#3482 $449,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
PRICE REDUCED
685 Treehouse Parkway, Kohler
ARCHITECTURALLY DESIGNED KOHLER HOME
Kohler home located on cul-de-sac
Living/Dining combo w/gas FP
Wood floors & open staircase
Gourmet kitchen, high end appliances
Dinette open to kitchen
Main floor master bedroom suite
3BR, full bath, walk-in storage on upper
Attached 2 car garage + 1 car detached
This home is a true dream home!
View this property at: 685treehousepkwy.com
#3692 $599,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
604 Pine Circle, Kohler
STUNNING ONE OF A KIND!
Totally renovated inside and outside
Open floor plan with spacious rooms
Kitchen designed to professional standards
Flexible space for 2-4 bedrooms
Amazing 3.5 bathrooms
Tastefully finished basement with egress window
Great porch, beautiful stone patio, gorgeous landscape
Home will appeal to the most discriminating buyer!
#3706 $495,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
545 Upper Rd., Kohler
POPULAR RANCH STYLE HOME
Cute and Cozy Kohler Ranch
Large living and dining room with natural fireplace
Spacious kitchen includes appliances
3 bedrooms, 1 full bath
Oversized 2 car garage has attic storage
#3734 $145,900
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
432 Ridge Court, Kohler
STATELY BRICK RANCH/PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
2 bedroom, 2 bath area Village home
Beautiful brick fireplace in the large living room
Dining room features a wall of windows
Eat-in kitchen has natural cabinetry
Main floor den/office could be 3
rd
bedroom
Many updates such as roof and windows
Screen porch offers blissful summer evenings
Large yard features mature landscape
VIEW THIS PROPERTY AT: www.432ridgect.com
#3654 $239,000
Mike Daniels 946-0034
1103 Aspen Rd, Kohler
AMAZING KOHLER HOME
5 Bedrooms & 5 bath areas
Great floor plan/open design
Main floor master suite
4 bedrooms on upper
Finished lower level
Very private yard, overlooks stables
Large deck and 2 car garage
View this property at: 1103aspenrd.com
#3702 $419,900
Brian Homiston 889-9439
NEW LISTING
520 W. Riverside Dr., Kohler
ALL BRICK HOME/PARK-LIKE SETTING
3 Bedroom, 3 bath two story
Completely updated home
Beautiful formal living & dining rooms
Dining room has built-in buffet
Gorgeous kitchen, granite counters
Easy touch drawers & appliances incl.,tile floors
Spacious sunny bedrooms
Lovely yard and 2 car garage
#3718 $246,000
Shari Jensen 459-1714
1084A Creeks Cross Rd, Kohler
EXTRA SPECIAL KOHLER CONDO
Set in the picturesque Village of Kohler
Loaded with extras, really great family room with tin ceiling
Main level master suite with 2 WI-Closets
Refinished Barnboard flooring in LR, Dr, and FR
Bright & cheery throughout, all appliances included
Wonderful landscaping with a hidden stone patio
3 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, storage garage
View this property at: www.1084aCreeksCrossRd.com
#3747 $299,500
Mike Daniels 946-0034
755 Woodland Rd., Kohler
UNBELIEVABLE QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP
Designed for entertaining
Formal and informal living space
Living room, library, office
Formal dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
Family room with 2 sided gas fireplace
Kitchen features GE Monogram Series appliances
6 Burner gas range with double ovens
Professional grade range hood with warming rack
Butlers pantry w/60 bottle wine chiller
View this property at: www.755WoodlandRd.com
#3736 $659,000
Jim Schermetzler 912-1982
635 R|verfront Dr., Sheboygan 920-451-3084
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Fifth grade teacher Duane Du
Mez thanks all who contributed
toward the fifth grade upcoming
educational experience at the
Trees for Tomorrow camp, how-
ever, the group is currently ap-
proximately $950 short. Anyone
who would like to contribute to-
ward or sponsor this learning ex-
perience, or learn more about it
may contact Duane Du Mez by
emailing him at
dumezd@kohler.k12.wi.us.
Fifth graders still
$950 short in
funds for Trees for
Tomorrow camp
Merry Christmas to All and
Have A Joyous Holiday Season
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PAINTING AND STAINING
Interior & exterior homes. Can power wash & seal
or stain decks, paint metal doors & shutters. Can
repair or replace bad boards & do general carpentry
work. Free estimates. Very competitive prices. Ex-
perienced. Len Hucke and Ed Thompson.
467-8158
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Experienced, detail oriented housekeeper from She-
boygan is available to provide quality services includ-
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housework that you may need done.
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KOHLER HOME FOR LEASE
Kohler classic brick georgian for lease at 834 Bri-
arwood Ct. Available by December 2012 4400 sq ft
of gracious living. 4-6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, 3-1/2
car garage, 13 rooms total.
Call Joel @ 920-917-0172
or email hjoelboyd@gmail.com
HCE Holiday candy
demonstration
A candy-making demonstration
and a chocolate fix for HCE mem-
bers concluded the program year
for the Sheboygan County Associ-
ation for Home and Community
Education. Sandy Konitzer ex-
plained techniques, showed meth-
ods, and shared recipes for making
holiday candies. Sharon Zimmer-
man, Program Co-Chairperson,
made the arrangements, introduced
the speaker, and helped to coordi-
nate the workshop portion of the
program, so that everyone in atten-
dance was able to share in the re-
sults. The meeting was held at the
UW Extension Sheboygan County
meeting rooms on Monday, No-
vember 12, 2012.
Jane Jensen, Family Living Ed-
ucator and HCE Liaison for UW-
Extension Sheboygan County
conducted a survey and presented
information regarding the impor-
tance of health literacy and its re-
lationship to health outcomes.
Alice Walter, President, sug-
gested that everyone invite a friend
to future meetings. Wallet
brochures are available to help ex-
plain HCE. She reminded mem-
bers that it is important to submit
all names for membership in time
for the publication of the annual
program booklet next month.
Joyce Kuhlow, President elect,
gave a preview of the HCE pro-
gram year for 2013. A newsletter
will be sent to all members in Jan-
uary with registration information
for the February Cultural Aware-
ness program arranged by Marie
Schwinn, and the March Interna-
tional Food demonstration by
Myra Eischen.
See all the Humane Societys
adoptable pets at
MySCHS.Petfinder.com
Visit the Sheboygan County
Humane Society at:
3107 N. 20th St., Sheboygan,WI 53083
920-458-2012
DATCP LIC # 268221-DS
Shelter hours:
Monday: Noon - 4:30 p.m.,
Tues.& Thurs: Noon - 6:30 p.m.,
Wed. & Fri.: Noon - 4:30 p.m.,
Saturday: Noon - 4:00 p.m.,
Closed Sundays.
The Humane Society offers discount
adoption rates on adult cats. Please help
us end pet over population in Sheboygan
County, please SPAY and
NEUTER your pets!
Masey - #D12-11-551
My name is Masey and I am a 5 year old yellow Lab mix. My owner was sick
and could no longer take care of me, so I am looking for a new home. I am a big
sweetheart and I love everyone I meet. I hope to meet you soon, maybe I can
have a home for the holidays?
Baby - #C12-11-1220
Meow, they call me Baby, a six year old spayed female grey tabby with white. I was
brought in as a stray and now I'm ready for a new love in my life; YOU! I love at-
tention and am very social, I don't even seem to mind the other cats. I know my
good looks and charm won't let me down, so come let me show them to you!

Adoptable pets from the Sheboygan County Humane Society
Home & Community Education Board members: Alice Walter, HCE President; Jane Jensen, Family Living Educator;
Sharon Zimmerman, Program Vice President; Joyce Kuhlow, President-elect. Submitted photo
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Lighting G Firewood
Giftware G Custom Pots
Kohler among five public schools
nominated for National Blue
Ribbon Schools Program award
On the heals of producing the
highest composite score in the
state for the ACT college entrance
exam, and scoring the highest
among the states public high
schools in Wisconsinss new ac-
countability system, Kohler High
School is one of only five schools
in the state to be nominated by
State Superintendent Tony Evers
for the National Blue Ribbon
Schools Program, which recog-
nizes overall academic excellence
or progress in improving student
achievement.
Kohler is the only high school to
receive the nomination, as the
other four contenders are elemen-
tary schools, including Country
Meadows Elementary School in
the Muskego-Norway School Dis-
trict; Grafton Elementary School
in the Grafton School District;
Ridgeway Elementary School in
the Dodgeville School District;
and Suamico Elementary School
in the Howard-Suamico
School District.
Blue Ribbon
School nominees put
student achievement
front and center,
Evers said. The
teachers, school lead-
ers, and staff members as
well as the school community
come together to support high lev-
els of learning for all students.
According to a Wisconsin De-
partment of Instruction press re-
lease, the Blue Ribbon Schools
Program began in 1982 and has
recognized nearly 7,000 of Amer-
icas schools over 30 years. Selec-
tion criteria require that schools
have at least 100 students and be
open for at least five years.
Schools must have met adequate
yearly progress targets in 2010-11
and annual measurable objectives
for the 2011-12 and 2012-
13 school years.
Awards will be given
to schools in two cat-
egories. Exemplary
High Performing
Schools are those
that are in the top 15
percent for performance
levels on the states reading
and mathematics assessments and
disaggregated results for student
groups show similar academic
achievement. Exemplary Improv-
ing Schools have at least 40 per-
cent of students from
disadvantaged backgrounds and
have made the most progress in
improving student achievement on
state assessments. Schools receiv-
ing this award are among the top
10 percent for both reading and
mathematics gains in proficiency
levels for all students. Addition-
ally, disaggregated results for stu-
dent subgroups, including students
from disadvantaged backgrounds,
show improvement similar to that
of all students.
According to the U.S. Depart-
ment of Education website,
schools benfit by being recognized
as National Blue Ribbon School
because it allows them shine under
a national spotlight for all the right
reasons, and acknowledges and
validates the hard work of stu-
dents, educators, families, and
communities in striving forand
attainingexemplary achieve-
ment. For many, attaining the Na-
tional Blue Ribbon School award
is the realization of a long-held
dream.
National Blue Ribbon Schools
serve as models for other schools
throughout the nation, and school
personnel are often sought out as
mentors. Their applications are
posted on the U.S. Department of
Education's website, and media ea-
gerly profile recognized schools,
helping the school, its district, and
community gain additional expo-
sure. Representatives from schools
are honored at an annual awards
ceremony held in Washington, DC.
Each school receives an engraved
plaque and program flag with the
official seal which signifies its sta-
tus and the year of its award.
This wont be the first time for
Kohler, however. The school won
the award in 1988-89.
Best wishes to these schools as
they complete the Blue Ribbon
Schools application and undergo
the national review process,
Evers said. Awards are typically
announced in early September.
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Two Kohler Village residents play for
the 2012 U.S. Development Academy
Soccer Showcase in Sarasota, Florida
Kohler students Billy ONeill
and Aidan Hogan played in the
2012 U.S. Development Academy
Soccer Showcase in Sarasota,
Florida On December 1. This past
summer, Aidan and Billy were se-
lected to play on the U-16 Acad-
emy Team which is the only
academy program in the state of
Wisconsin. The Academy is based
at the FC Milwaukee soccer club
in Milwaukee. For the past six
months, the boys have been train-
ing a minimum of 3 times per
week, excluding game time, and
they have played academy soccer
games in Milwaukee, Chicago,
Ann Arbor, St. Louis, Dallas and
Minneapolis.
In 2012, the United States Soc-
cer Federation decided to mandate
that the Development Academy
teams play from September to July,
forcing players who wanted to
continue with the Academy to
choose for the first time between
playing for the Academy or for
their high school. While this was a
difficult choice for the boys given
the strong tradition of soccer at
Kohler, both players are proud to
represent their Village, their
County and their State everyday as
they prepare to face the best soccer
this country has to offer.
The FC Milwaukee soccer club
academy team is coached by Uni-
versity of Wisconsin assistant
coach Phil Presser. In 2012-2013
the FC Milwaukee Academy Team
will compete in the Academys
Mid-America Division of the Cen-
tral Conference. The boys team is
ranked sixth out of 13 teams that
make up the central conference.
The teams will play about 30
matches plus two tournaments this
season.
The upcoming Winter Showcase
is an integral part of the U.S. Soc-
cers national team training pro-
gram and its goal is to facilitate the
development and identification of
prospective Olympic and Youth
National Team players for the
United States. Aidan Hogan is
sophomore at Kohler High School
and is a goal keeper for the team.
Billy ONeill is a junior at Kohler
High School is a defender for the
team.
Photo courtesy of Network Photography
For the fifth year in a row, the
Kohler High School boys soccer
team was awarded the Team Aca-
demic Award from the National
Soccer Coaches Association of
America (NSCAA). To qualify for
the award, the high school team
must have a minimum grade point
average of 3.25 for the entire aca-
demic year. The team GPA is de-
termined by adding every players
GPA, then dividing by the number
of players. Only 140 boys teams in
the United States, and six teams in
Wisconsin qualified for this award.
KHS boys soccer team earns
academic award
Alumni basketball game
scheduled for Saturday,
December 29
All Kohler High School alumni
are invited to participate in the ex-
citing event. the gym will open at
6:00 p.m. with games beginning at
6:30 p.m. The teams are set up that
evening, or players may organize
their own team. Ladies are invited
to organize a team together, or play
with the guys. Player fee is $5.00.
Spectator fees are adult $3.00; K-
12 $1.00
For more information call Mike
Zimmerman at 458-3290.
Last years alumni players Submitted photo
Billy ONeill
Aidan Hogan
Submitted Photos
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Kohler sixth grade girls play half-time
at UW-Green Bay Phoenix womens
basketball game
On Friday, November 30, the
Kohler sixth grade girls basketball
team experienced the special
honor of playing against each
other at half-time of the UW-
Green Bay Phoenix womens
game versus the University of In-
dianapolis. The girls recognized
the privilege of getting to play on
the Kress Center court and gave it
their all for six minutes in front of
a crowd of 1,900 spectators.
Team members include: Nicole Konecke, Molly Thomack, Sarah Sobecki, Kate OLeary, Emma
Egbert, and Alivia Hundt. Back Row (left to right): Elly Udovich, Sami Renzelmann, Cecelia
Zielke and Alyssa Frey. Coaches: John Renzelmann and Steve and Bridgitt Zielke
Thank you for supporting The Kohler School
Friends Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair!
On Saturday, November 17th, thousands of visitors kicked off the holiday shopping season at the annual Kohler School Friends Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair. This is the biggest
fundraising event for our schools parent teacher organization. KSF PTO would like to thank our generous donors who made the event possible, and our dedicated volunteers who
worked to make it all happen. This years show was a huge success and we are very thankful for your support!
2012 Craft Fair Committee
Event Coordinator Vicki Friske
Advertising Lora Dillon
Applications Vicki Friske
Bake Sale Mary Nebel & Jennifer
Roeber
Holiday Cafe & Hospitality Sonja
Heins & Diane Venn
Design/Print Vicki Friske
Facility Katie Maki
Finance Nina Brohn, Lesley Cassidy
& Sonja Egbert
Decorations Stacy Stanley & Ashley
TeBeest
Raffle Jayna Sloan & Joni Ste-
fanczyk
Raffle Tickets Ann Bartelt, Katie
Magle & Kerri Roeder
Volunteers Beth Tengowski
2012 Craft Fair Donors
Big Apple Bagels
Black and Tan Restaurant
Blattners Piggly Wiggly
Doug Bocchini
Camp Y-Koda
Chef Jeff
Melvin Free
Jim & Ilse Goodman
Deb Gordon
Green Bay Packers
Jenelle Griswold
The Hillstrom Family
Lori Hucke
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Kohler Company
Kohler High School Jazz Band
Kohler High School Key Club
Kohler High School Madrigals
Kohler Middle Student Council
Kohler Police Department
Kohler Public School
Kohler Recreation Department
Kohler School Faculty & Staff
Kohler School Friends PTO
Kohler Spirit Store
KPAL
Wendy Kukla
Linos Ristorante Italiano
Milwaukee Admirals
Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee Public Museum
Milwaukee Wave
Linda Neil
Pizza Ranch
Plymouth Foam
Q-Mart in Kohler
Ricks House of Flowers
Road America
Sheboygan Symphony
Craig & Joni Stefanczyk
Sweet Potatos Unique Boutique
Ben Tengowski
John Tengowski
Rich Tengowski
Torke Coffee Roasting Co.
Village of Kohler Tourism
Colleen Willadsen
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The American Club Resort
a KOHLER experience
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Toys for Tots
Through December 20
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Movers & Shakers is accepting new, un-
wrapped toys for the Sheboygan County Toys
for Tots program. For more information call:
920-453-2874
Great Gingerbread Festival at The
Waelderhaus
Through December 23
Sunday-Friday 1-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
At The Waelderhaus. Free and open to the
public. Over 30 locally made gingerbread
houses on display. Vote daily for your favorite
creation. Prizes awarded in five categories.
Complimentary gingerbread cookies. Live mu-
sical entertainment Saturdays and Sundays at
2pm. Call 920-453-2851 for more information.
Now Open! Shops at Woodlake Kohler Hol-
iday Customer Service Center
Through December 24
Open Daily 11am-6pm, Christmas Eve 10am-
4pm
Complimentary gift wrapping for all your
Shops at Woodlake purchases. Located next
to Scentualities.
For more information call: 920-459-1713
Letters to Santa
Through December 24
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys
Kids can post their holiday wish lists to the
North Pole in our Santa Mailbox. For more in-
formation call: 920-453-2874
One & Only: Gifts Made by Hand
On exhibit through January 13, 2013
ARTspace A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Fine handcrafted items by artists from across
the U.S. Select from a wide range of jewelry,
ceramics, glass, textiles, prints and paintings.
All items available for sale. For more informa-
tion call: 920-452-8602
Restorative Aerial Yoga
December 16, 10:30am-12:30pm
Yoga on the Lake
$50
This workshop will explore the depth and
awareness that is brought to a traditional
restorative yoga practice when a silk ham-
mock is used. Youll re-examine basic pos-
tures by holding them longer to encourage
greater opening and relaxation. Youll leave
feeling strengthened, renewed and re-ener-
gized. This is also an all levels workshop.
SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES-
For more information, pricing details
and to register call Sports Core at
920-457-4444.
Sports Core Membership Promotion
Your Holiday Shopping List Just Got Shorter!
GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH!
$100 Sports Core enrollment fee ($150 sav-
ings) plus $100 facility gift card for the recip-
ient to spend at will in the Pro Shop, Salon,
Take 5 Caf, TRX Session or Personal Train-
ing -to name a few of the options. Offer valid
through December 31. Call 920-208-4664 to
join today.
Practice Dance Party: December 26, 6:45-
8:45pm
Tiny Tot Camps: December 18, 9-10:30am
Sports Core Special Offers
Take 5 Caf: Enjoy a FREE American Club
granola bar with the purchase of any specialty
coffee.
Pro Shop: Family & Friends Pro Shop Sale
Its holiday shopping season, and were
pleased to announce an extra-special two-day
sale in the Pro Shop. Fun and unique gift
ideas and stocking stuffers at 25% off. Enjoy
hot cider and cookies (9am-2pm) while you
shop. Saturday, December 1, 8am-6pm and
Sunday, December 2, 8am-6pm.
Holiday Afternoon Tea
December 21 and 22 from 2-4pm
The Wisconsin Room at The American Club
Enjoy a special menu for $20; $28 with one
glass of sparkling wine, plus tax and gratuity.
Mistletoe Brunch
December 23 from 9am-1pm
The Wisconsin Room at The American Club
$40 Adults, $16 Children 4-12 years, Children
under 4 years free; plus tax and gratuity.
Christmas Day or Christmas Eve Night, Kohler
offers a sleigh-full of holiday menus sure to
delight! On the night before Christmas all
through the Village the chefs are stirring in
hopes that holiday guests soon would be
there. The culinary elves at Whistling Straits
gave a whistle to start the holiday clatter of
pots and pans as preparing holiday dinner is
an art. Dine at Whistling Straits for a course-
side multi-course special menu on Christmas
Eve. Prance on over to The Wisconsin Room
or Blackwolf Run for an elaborate buffet on
Christmas Day. Diners can view the menus
online before they dine. Happy Christmas to
all, and to all a good bite!
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Dining
Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, Decem-
ber 25
Enjoy special holiday dining at The American
Club Resort: Whistling Straits Restaurant on
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day offerings at
The Wisconsin Room and Blackwolf Run.
New Year's Eve Dining
Monday, December 31
Celebrate New Year's Eve at The American
Club Resort with dinners at The Immigrant
Restaurant, The Wisconsin Room and Cucina.
Become a master chef in your kitchen: Learn from the
experts at the 2013 Interactive Demonstration Kitchen
Series at The American Club Resort
Saturday sessions offer opportunity to learn tips from expert Chefs while
indulging in food and beverage tastings
For the culinary enthusiast or the begin-
ner cook, The Demonstration Kitchen Series
at The American Club Resort in Kohler, Wis-
consin provides a delicious and educational
experience, filled with expert tips for how to
create a mouth-watering dining experience
at home. The Demonstration Kitchen Series
runs each Saturday, Jan. 5-April 27 with
two sessions at 11am and 2pm.
The culinary classroom boasts a func-
tional kitchen and seating for up to 40, of-
fering guests an interactive experience to
not only taste dishes being cooked during
the demonstration, but also the opportunity
to ask questions throughout the demo,
learning tricks of the trade from seasoned
Chefs. The hour long presentation includes
food and beverage tastings and is offered
for $35 per person.
Overseen by Executive Chef of The
American Club Resort, Rick Boyer, weekly
Demonstration Kitchen Sessions have been
planned thoughtfully to showcase a variety
of topics including Healthy Cooking, creat-
ing Hearty Winters Soups, Cooking with
Beer, celebrating Asian dishes, a tour of Ire-
land Cuisine and many more. Each session
is hosted by one of the several talented
Chefs from the Kitchens of Kohler and
geared toward giving the guest insight into
how to recreate the dish at home.
New to the lineup, and much anticipated,
is the April 13 Field to Table session, hosted
by Chef Alexander Glass of The Wisconsin
Room. Earlier this year, The Wisconsin
Room underwent a shift to a farm to table
focused menu, featuring the best product
from local purveyors and farms in the area.
Chef Glasss demonstration will highlight
some of the fresh spring dishes likely to be
seen on the Wisconsin Room menu.
Our staff loves The Demonstration
Kitchen Sessions, noted Chef Boyer. Its
an opportunity for us to share our passion
and knowledge about food in an intimate
setting. We enjoy the opportunity to show
our guests how they can create a culinary
experience at home, and recreate dishes
theyve enjoyed while visiting the resort.
Located in the Shops at Woodlake Mar-
ket, the Shops are also home to Yoga on
the Lake, Cucina, Craverie Chocolatier Caf
where KOHLER Original Recipe Choco-
lates are handmade daily and several
boutique stores such as Wisconsin Trader,
Movers & Shakers Kids Toys, Scentualities
and Kohler Gardner.
Due to popularity, reservations are rec-
ommended and can be made in advance by
calling 800-344-2838. A complete sched-
ule of programs is available at www.Ameri-
canClub.com. Stay up to date on news and
happenings on Facebook
facebook.com/americanclub and on twitter,
www.twitter.com/theamericanclub.
2013 Demonstration Kitchen Series
Schedule
January 5
Healthy Cooking Techniques
Chef Dan Dries Whistling Straits
Healthy eating doesnt have to be boring. In
fact, with Chef Dries in the kitchen youll
discover cooking wisely can be exciting,
fun and flavorful. Join him to explore three
recipes that incorporate techniques from
Kohler Waters Spa cuisine and the Mediter-
ranean Diet.
January 12
2012 Masters Champion Reception Dishes
Chef Paul Smitala Blackwolf Run
Todd Wagner Manager, Kohler Golf Acad-
emy
Delight in dishes specially created for the
2012 Masters Tournament and members of
Augusta National and see photos of these
dishes artfully presented to the lucky din-
ers. As you sample these dishes, Todd
Wagner will join Chef Smitala to share in-
sight on the Masters Tournament.
January 19
Cooking with Wisconsin Cheeses
Chef Matt Bauer The Immigrant Restau-
rant
Wisconsin has long been known as the
cheese state, but did you know the state
now boasts cheese makers who compete
on an international scale? Join Chef Bauer
on a journey of Wisconsin cheese, and
learn about qualities of great cheeses, fla-
vor profiles, at-home cheese maintenance
tips and delicious recipes for easy enter-
tainment. Chef Bauer will have you cooking
in no time from amazing mac and cheese to
an easy blue cheese terrine.
January 26
Hearty Winter Soups
Chef Paul Shimon Cucina
Nothing warms the body and soul better on
a cold Wisconsin day than a hearty winter
soup. Join Chef Shimon for three different
soups incorporating Wisconsin-grown win-
ter vegetables. Hell show you how to make
a cream-based soup, a pureed soup, and a
chunky-style soup.
February 2
Tarts for Winter: Sweet and Savory ... You
too can be flaky!!
Chef Richard Palm Head Pastry Chef-The
American Club Resort
Beginning with three different crusts an
American-style pie dough, a sable dough
and a pte bris Chef Palm will demon-
strate three delicious winter tarts. Learn
how to make a maple-roasted pecan pie, a
creamy ricotta tart with fresh raspberries
and a mushroom and spinach quiche,
which includes his secret tip for a creamy,
flavorful result.
February 9
Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates Demon-
stration
Anette Righi Assistant Chocolatier
While wine and chocolate have long been
paired, sparkling wines and champagne
cocktails also make an interesting accom-
paniment for chocolates. Join Anette Righi
as she shows you how to create a rich treat
perfect for Valentines Day or any day.
February 16
Tapas
Chef Loren Rue The Horse & Plow
Restaurant
A longstanding part of Spains food scene,
tapas have made their way into American
foodie subculture, spawning inventive new
small plates. Chef Rue will show you how
to create easy tapas perfect for entertaining
guests, using simple ingredients that really
dance on the palette. He will focus in the
Catalunya region of Spain, where he spent
time working as a chef.
February 23
Brioche and Its Many Uses
Baker Doug Stieber Head Baker The
American Club Resort
Brioche might sound like a heavy dough but
in fact its light, delicate, subtle and quite
delectable. Baker Stieber will show you how
to make this very versatile dough and
demonstrate few of its applications, includ-
ing bread and sticky buns.
March 2
Southwestern Cuisine
Chef Rebecca Tillman Special Events
Chef Angela Rondinelli Garde Manger
Chef Tillman, who grew up in the South-
west, and Chef Rondinelli will take you on a
tour of the Southwest, focusing on foods
you can easily cook at home. Along the
journey, theyll highlight different chiles and
how you can cook them without overpow-
ering yourself with heat.
March 9
Cuisine of Ireland
Chef Dan Dries Whistling Straits
Delight in the flavors and cooking styles of
Ireland just in time for St. Patricks Day.
Chef Dries will show you a classic recipe
and demonstrate how modern recipes can
be made with an Irish twist.
March 16
Cooking with Beer
Chef Lucas Oppeneer
Chef Assistant
Crack open local Wisconsin beers along-
side Chef Oppeneer and discover how beer
can be an interesting and flavorful ingredi-
ent. Working with local Wisconsin beers,
hell show how each beer pairs with the
food item creating dishes that are fun, sim-
ple and approachable just like Wisconsin!
Guests will enjoy a taste of everything pre-
pared including braised, roasted and
steamed preparations.
March 23
Cooking in a Cuban Roasting Box and Tips
for Outdoor Grilling
Chef Paul Smitala Blackwolf Run
Many chefs will agree the best outdoor
grilled and roasted meats are prepared in a
Cuban roasting box. Chef Smitala will intro-
duce you to the history of this equipment
and show different types of brines, mari-
nades and techniques that create rich fla-
vors. Hell also demonstrate side dishes
that pair well.
March 30
Asian Flavors and Dishes
Chef Matt Bauer The Immigrant Restau-
rant
Join Chef Bauer on a culinary journey
through his training and experiences and
discover how easy it is to become a lover
of Asian foods.Hell take you through the
flavor profiles and combinations of Asian
ingredients and then use those ingredients
to show you how easy it is to make some
delicious dishes. Hell even show you how
to transform leftover steamed rice into
clean out the fridge fried rice, so youll
never have call for takeout again.
April 6
Coffee and Dessert Party
Chef Richard Palm Head Pastry Chef- The
American Club Resort
Building on Scandinavian traditions, Chef
Palm will show you how to create a memo-
rable coffee and pastry gathering. Hell
begin with a sand kaka, which is like a
pound cake, and a glad kaka, a gooey
chocolate tart. Then hell demonstrate three
traditional Scandinavian cookies: ribbon
jam, chocolate ginger snap and cardamom
tea cookies.
April 13
Field to Table
Chef Alexander Glass The Wisconsin
Room Restaurant
The field-to-table movement focuses on lo-
cally produced food and interaction with
your community farmers and if youve
dined in Kohler you know the chefs at
Kohler frequently showcase local ingredi-
ents. Join Chef Glass as he prepares a
three-course meal with Wisconsin produce,
meats and cheeses.
April 20
Taste of Italian Cheeses
Chef Paul Shimon Cucina
Italy has long been known for having some
of the best cheese in the world. But lucky
for us, some Wisconsin cheese makers are
making Italian cheese right here in our
backyard. Chef Shimon will showcase old-
world recipes from BelGioioso and show
you how to present them with the perfect
accompaniments, such as fruits, nuts and
preserves.
April 27
Vegetarian Cooking
Chef Mark Tennie Riverbend
Whether youre a vegetarian, your family
has joined the Meatless Mondays initiative
or youre just interested in incorporating
more produce into your diet, Chef Tennie
will show you vegetarian meals arent just
for vegetarians. Hell create a healthful veg-
etable sauce and showcase a variety of
vegetable preparations.