Plymouth, MI

The city of Plymouth is part of Wayne County in Southeast Michigan. The city was founded in 1825 and according to the 2010 census, it is home to 9,132 people. Plymouth has the largest and oldest ice carving festival in North America and Michigan’s second largest art fair. Other events that the city hosts include the Ghosts of Plymouth Walk, Old Village Restaurant Crawl, and Bumpers, Bikes, and Bands. Some fun places to visit are Kellogg Park, Penn Theatre, and Plymouth Historical Museum.

Friday, August 7th 2020

12:00pm
"First Friday" Free Concert Series

The "First Friday" free concert series presented by The Wilcox Foundation at PARC-Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex will be having their monthly concert at noon. The concerts contain an entertaining mix…

PARC - Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex
650 Church Street, Plymouth, MI 48170, Band/Music Room
Event Series

Friday, September 11th 2020

12:00pm
"First Friday" Free Concert Series

The "First Friday" free concert series presented by The Wilcox Foundation at PARC-Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex will be having their monthly concert at noon. The concerts contain an entertaining mix…

PARC - Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex
650 Church Street, Plymouth, MI 48170, Band/Music Room
Event Series