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Plymouth Abounds with Arts, Entertainment and Recreation

Visitors find Plymouth a fantastic place to visit because there is always something fun to do. Art, history, entertainment, golf or outdoor activities are all part of what makes everyday in Plymouth a great adventure.

Arts and Entertainment

Boutiques and Antiques:
Home accessories, clothing stores and antique are located throughout the Plymouth area. From Downtown Plymouth to Old Village there are treasures to be found throughout the area
Plymouth is home to some of southeast Michigan’s best festivals. In January is the International Ice Spectacular, in May is the Green Street Fair, in July is the Arts Festival and in September is the Fall Festival. To learn more about these festivals go to the Events section of this web site.
Penn Theatre:
What To Do - Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Penn%20TheatreLocated in the heart of downtown Plymouth, the historic 1941 Penn Theater is a classic single-screen cinema experience featuring current second run movies, independent films, classic movies and live performances.  Movies at the Penn run on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The Theater is managed by the Friends of Penn, a non-profit organization with the purpose of preserving the theatre.
To see the Penn Theatre movie schedule go to: www.penntheatre.com.
Plymouth Historical Museum: The 26,000 square foot museum features a What To Do - Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Ply%20Historical19th  Century Victorian recreation of Main Street and a large Lincoln collection housed in a separate room off of Main Street. There is also a Timeline of Plymouth History featuring displays on the Daisy Air Rifle Factory (Red Rider), Alter Motor Car, World War II, a 50’s soda shop and much more. The museum also runs special exhibits that bring a new flavor to the museum three times a year. For more information on the Historical Museum visit www.plymouthhistory.org.
Farmers Market:
Every Saturday May –mid-October the Plymouth Farmers Market is open at the Gathering in Downtown Plymouth. Fresh produce, arts and crafts and other items are available from 7:30-12:30 on Saturday mornings.
Concerts in the Park:
The tradition in Plymouth is to come downtown to Kellogg Park on Friday nights in the summer to enjoy concerts by some of Metro Detroit’s best musicians. Thousands of people attend these concerts that range from Rock-n-Roll to Jazz. There are also community band concerts on Thursday nights and children’s concerts on Wednesdays at noon. For concert schedules go to www.downtownplymouth.org.
What To Do - Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - jpg_logoUSA National Development Team: The U.S. National Hockey Development Under-17 and Under-18 teams call the Plymouth Community home. The Under-17 Team competes in the United States Hockey League and also participates in three international events annually. The U.S. National Under-18 Team’s schedule includes games against NCAA Division I and III opponents, contests versus USHL teams, as well as competition in three international tournaments. http://www.usahockey.com/page/show/1710470-usa-hockey-arena
Plymouth Community Arts Council: Joanne Winkleman Hulce Center for the Arts serves as the home of the Plymouth Community Arts Council (PCAC). The facility is home to art classes, a theater program, concerts, workshops, artist’s studio space and showcases special exhibits throughout the year. Additionally, the PCAC works closely with the public schools to provide enrichment programs for students. To learn more about the Arts Council go to www.plymoutharts.com.
Michigan Philharmonic:  The award winning professional orchestras perform music ranging from classical to the pops under the artful eye of long-time Conductor and Music Director Nan Washburn. To see the concert schedule go to www.michiganphil.org.  
Theater: While there are major theater productions in Detroit, Plymouth has its own local theater company, Barefoot Productions. This community theater uses local actors and volunteers to stage productions. To learn more about their upcoming productions and auditions go to www.justgobarefoot.com.


Plymouth Township Park located at McClumpha and Ann Arbor Trail sits on eighty acres featuring 4 baseball diamonds, playgrounds, walking paths, a fishing pond and sledding hills. The park also features a “Sprayscape” to create wonderful wet adventures  for small children.What To Do - Plymouth Chamber of Commerce - Park_Fountain The area also has many other community parks and sports fields throughout the community. Also, running through Plymouth Township is Hines Park that is operated by Wayne County. The park is 15 miles long spanning across many communities in western Wayne County. The park has a river running through it and is full of opportunities for boating, fishing, picnics, hiking, biking and many other great activities.
Golf Courses:
There are many outstanding golf courses throughout metro Detroit and the Plymouth Community has their share of them.
Our local courses include:
Fox Hills (3 courses including a links style championship course): www.foxhills.com
Northville Hills (Arnold Palmer designed): www.northvillehillsgolfclub.com
The Inn at St. Johns Golf Course (27 Holes): www.stjohnsgolfconference.com
Hill Top Gold Course: www.hilltopgc.com
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Plymouth has events and activities throughout the year that create a festive atmosphere.
Home of the The U.S. National Hockey Development Under-17 and Under-18 teams
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