May 10, 2013 by James
It is time again for the annual Angela Hospice of Livonia’s Golf Outing. This will be the 25th year for the event, which is taking place here at Plymouth’s own Golden Fox Golf Course.
The registration fee is [Read more]
April 14, 2013 by Sarah
Potential Plymouth entrepreneurs should follow the example set by Ryan and Erin Cottongim, owners of the Witch’s Hat Brewing Company in South Lyon, which is set to pick up an award.
Once the idea of owning a brewery came to [Read more]
March 17, 2013 by Sarah
Plymouth residents working in Northville or driving through the town on a regular basis may find themselves at the new Northville Pharmacy. Owners Jeffery and Lina Mallad, both of whom have experience in pharmacy management, opened the pharmacy just last month and say their independent pharmacy will emphasis “patient care and service”.
By buying outside their town, residents in [Read more]
February 28, 2013 by Sarah
The recently released Michigan Department of Education’s 2012 MEAP scores show that Plymouth-canton students are above average for the state. Testing in all seven grades showed our students scored not only above average but [Read more]
January 15, 2013 by Sarah
By embracing the cold rather than dreading it, the Plymouth Ice Festival expects to draw a large crowd. The focus of the event, many fabulous ice sculptures, will remain throughout the town center as long as the weather allows. In addition to [Read more]
December 22, 2012 by Sarah
A yearly event, hosted by Compassionate Friends’ local Western Wayne County chapter, strives to ease the pain felt by parents and grandparents who have lost a child, especially since the [Read more]
November 28, 2012 by Mark
‘A Dickens of a Christmas’ is a presentation by the Plymouth Historical Museum and is a tribute to Charles Dickens. This year marks 200 years since the birth of the famous British writer and this new, special exhibition will depict the Victorian Era – the time period of Dickens life.
Christmas during Dickensian times was considered party season and a wonderful time to spend with family and friends. Winter for these settlers was a time when they were free from tending to crops and able to spend more time socializing. On Christmas Day, many of these settlers spent time playing in the freshly fallen snow and Christmas Dinner was served at noon rather than in the evening hours. After the Christmas meal many families enjoyed sleigh rides, ice-fishing and skating, and tobogganing with their children.
To bring back some of these quaint Christmas traditions, this presentation will see trees decorated as they were in the Victorian Era with homemade ornaments, cookies, pine cones, candles, and fruit. Santa will be present for picture-taking throughout the event.
Poster printing, brochure printing, and flyer printing may have been used to promote this wonderful Victorian exhibition to people in the area. The cost of admission is $5 per adult, and $2 per child ages 6 to 17. ‘A Dickens of a Christmas’ will be held until Sunday, January 13 during regular museum hours at Plymouth Historical Museum, located at 155 South Main Street in Plymouth, Michigan. To check the museums hours, please visit the Plymouth Historical Museum’s website or call 734-455-8940.
October 26, 2012 by James
As many as 24,000 runners participated in the 35th annual Detroit Free Press Talmer Bank Marathon last Sunday, October 21 – an international race that crosses the Canada-U.S. border. Runners from [Read more]
September 15, 2012 by Mark
Any plymouth resident who loves the outdoors can put their best foot forward and come on out to the first annual Lighthouse Run for Ribbons 5K.
The Lighthouse Family Charity is [Read more]
August 11, 2012 by Sarah
On August 24 and 25, the Sun Dried Music Festival promises good music and good times for the whole family. The musical entertainment will come from a variety of performances of [Read more]