428 Wisconsin Ave
Sheboygan, WI 53081

(920) 459-3290

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Monday-Thursday      8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
                  Friday      8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Rental of all or portions of our facility is available seven days a week (limited availability during regular hours of operation, call for more information)
 * We are closed on most nationally recognized  holidays and we are closed for normal daily activities during any elections so that SACS can be used as a polling place.  

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Meeting Schedule

The Senior Activity Center Commission meets

at the Center on the third Wednesday of

every month at 8 AM. The Mayor’s appointed

committee meetings are open to the public.

The Friends of the Senior Activity Center board

meetings the fourth Wednesday of each

month at 8:00 AM. If you have an item you would like to see on the agenda please see Wendy Schmitz.

Dining Out

Everyone is welcome to join this casual opportunity to meet other people, enjoy conversation, and try different restaurants.

Limited to 30 people; please call to reserve your spot!

WHERE: 5 Pillars Supper Club

               W2990 Highway K, Random Lake, WI
WHEN: Wednesday, September 19
TIME: 5:00 PM -Cocktails

          6:00 PM -Dinner

Elder Benefits Specialist

Pat Hafermann, Elder Benefits Specialist, from the Aging and Disability Resource Center is here once a month by appointment.

This is a FREE service to all Sheboygan County residents, 60 & older. If you would like to schedule a 30 minute appointment with Pat, please sign up at the front desk or call 920-459-3290.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 18
TIME: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Free Legal Consultations

Attorney Natasha Torry offers private and free 15 minute consultations. Please call or sign up at the Front Desk.

WHEN: Thursday, September 20
TIME: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Gertrude and Olivia Andersen Wellness Summit: Session 6

We are honored to be able to bring you this program due to the

Gertrude and Olivia Andersen Wellness Grant.

Each session will be based on one of the eight dimensions of wellness. Sign up for the ones that interest you most.

This is FREE, but limited to 30 participants, so please register by calling 920-459-3290.

DIMENSION: Emotional

OBJECTIVE: To cope effectively with life and create and maintain healthy relationships.

SPEAKER: Vicky Schneider

Vicky Schneider has a background in pastoral care from St. Francis Seminary, and has many years’ experience working with older adults. She also holds a master’s degree in management and organizational behavior from Silver Lake. She currently serves as the director of Generations,

Intergenerational Center in Plymouth. She lives in Sheboygan with her husband, Mike Heimbach. On the verge of being empty-nesters, together they enjoy the lakefront, summer music festivals, and biking the local trails.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 21

TIME: Presentation: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

   Lunch: 11:00 AM - 12:00 NOON

Thrivent Financial Workshop

Some conversations are too important to wait. Now’s the time for a heart-to-heart about your parents’ goals, wishes and potential needs ― so you can all be ready. Learn more about the impact care-giving can have on relationships and finances and how to start the conversations. In just 60 minutes, you will better understand:

•The impact care-giving can have on relationships and   finances.

•What key information will help support your loved one.

•How to initiate healthy heart-to-heart conversations

WHEN: Thursday, September 13

TIME: 5:00 PM


Grandparents, Parents, Teens, Money, and PIZZA

The first workshop went so well, we want to do it again! Open to all grandparents, parents, and

their teens. We all know how to spend money, but how many of us are intentional about our spending? No matter how much or how little your grandchild has to spend, do your part to encourage him or her to make intentional choices about spending. Join us for a free educational workshop that can help you teach your young grandchildren about responsible money


Parents, Kids and Money Matters is designed for

grandparents and their grandchildren ages 10 to

14. During the workshop, participants will reflect on

the values they want their grandchildren to learn and gain practical tools to help make teaching about money fun. The children will learn about sharing, saving and spending.

• Increase your understanding of stewardship.

• Make intentional choices about sharing, saving

and spending money.

• Talk about money and values in your family.

WHEN: Thursday, September 27

TIME: Pizza Party 5:30 PM

          Workshop 6:00 PM