428 Wisconsin Ave
Sheboygan, WI 53081
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Friday 8:00 AM -
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.
Senior Activity Center of Sheboygan
A warm welcome awaits you just two blocks from Lake Michigan. Look for the world famous street art on our building. It was created by artist, Gaia.
Come inside and enjoy more artwork throughout our facility. We have a beautiful collection of watercolors on display that were created by local artists.
There are also many other paintings, photos and much more on display in our art room and throughout the building that have been created by members as the participate in our classes, clubs and other programs.
The Friends of the Senior Activity Center, a 501c3 non-
Come and enjoy our library, relax, and possibly join others in our Hospitality Room where there is usually a game of cards or some sort of recreation. You might even find a jigsaw puzzle in progress. Feel free to stop and help complete the one that is probably on a table by the window.
A Friends’ Membership ($20 annually) is voluntary and not necessary to participate, but it is greatly appreciated. It also entitles members to discounts on registration fees for many of our classes, events and more.
A daily donation of $1, from those who choose not to become members, is requested.
We are one of only 13 sites in Wisconsin to be chosen by the National Council on Aging to host the AGING MASTERY PROGRAM. Watch for details here and in upcoming issues of the newsletter to find out when the program will occur again.
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To be a dynamic community center encouraging wellness, learning and recreation for Sheboygan’s diverse semi-
We are now a Dementia-