SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WI (WHBL) - Sheboygan Falls is ready to celebrate its centennial as an incorporated city this weekend. A special day of activities will take place Saturday, all starting with a parade at 10 a.m. Mayor Randy Meyer said the parade will feature some floats that will try to showcase how the past century has looked in the area.
Following the parade activities will be taking place from 11 to 6 at River Park. Meyer said there will be something for everyone with children’s games, a sheepshead tournament, food and live music. He adds the only cost for the festivities will be ten cents per kids’ games.
It will be a busy weekend in the city as the 25th Ducktona 500 and Car Show will be held on Sunday.