Since the Great Gingerbread Festival began in 1997, more than 108,000 people have visited the Waelderhaus during the annual holiday event, and another 7,500 are expected this December.
Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 27 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's fall 2015 award cycle.
Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce that we will be co-hosting the 2017 Divine Disorder Conference in Sheboygan/Kohler, Wisconsin, September 26-30. Partnering with us will be NCPTT (National Center for Preservation Technology and Training- National Park Service), and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
It's been one year since preservation began on St. EOM's Pasquan, and Kohler Foundation crews are making exciting progress. Much structural work was completed in early spring, so our painting conservation crew is now catching up and the results are stunning. Great teamwork!
Each year, Kohler Foundation awards more than 25 scholarships to Sheboygan County graduating seniors, valued this spring at $430,000. Below is the list of our 2015 recipients. We are proud to support their academic pursuits, artistic excellence, and leadership development.
The Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 49 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's spring 2015 award cycle.
CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM ELEMENTARY RECEIVES MOST VOTES AT GINGERBREAD FESTIVAL
January 30, 2015
The Kohler Foundation, a non-profit organization located in Kohler, WI, has long supported the arts and education. The Foundation’s work encompasses five major areas of concentration: art preservation, grants, scholarships, performing arts through the Distinguished Guest Series, and management of the Waelderhaus, a historic home.
This week, top officials from Georgia State Tourism and Economic Development visited Pasaquan as they seek to assist Marion County, GA and the town of Buena Vista plan for the opening of the site.