PARC-Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex - PARC_2017


Performing Arts • Visual Arts • Culinary Arts • Fitness
• Recreation • Senior Programs

PARC - Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex is the destination in Plymouth to experience music, theater, fitness, educational, and recreational programs. PARC is the centerpiece of Plymouth; where people of all ages will encounter a diverse group of individuals and organizations dedicated  to serving the greater Plymouth community.


  • PARC Social, is a community for active, older adults (60+) where their need for social, recreational, leisure and fitness activities can all be met in one place centrally located in beautiful downtown Plymouth. A wide variety of activities are currently offered.
  • The Z Spot Fitness Studio, LLC, offer a large variety of exciting group fitness classes from the latest trends in fitness or from their own signature foPARC-Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex - ZSpotFitnessrmats suitable for every fitness level that emphasize Cardiovascular Endurance, Strength and Endurance, and Flexibility Training.  The Z Spot also offer Personal Training and Small Group Training to add even more variety and enhance your fitness routine.

Visual Arts

  • Art Formed at the PARC, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created for the purpose of enriching the lives of the community members through visual and digital arts. The studio provides a creative and social environment to work, art & craft supplies at no or minimal costs, various tools, digital media, affordable drop-in and membership rates, classes and demonstrations.
  • Central PARC Art Studios, The Central PARC Art Studio is housed in the old Central Middle School art room. Today, the primary focus for classes is on pottery, but there are plans to add instruction in painting, book making and drawing.


  • Michigan Philharmonic, (or “Michigan Phil”) – is one of the most innovative and dynamic PARC-Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex - Michigan_Phil2(1)professional orchestras in Southeast Michigan. Nan Washburn, Music Director & Conductor since 1999, has won 19 ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music from the League of American Orchestras and was awarded First Place in The American Prize for Conducting with the Michigan Philharmonic receiving 2nd place for Professional Orchestras.

Performing Arts

  • Artistry Dance Center, is a non-competitive dance studio with a focus on building a solid foundation with strong technique and creativity.
  • Forever After Productions, has been providing quality performing arts education and entertainment in the community since 2009. (734) 547-5156
  • Main Street Opera Theatre/ Main Street Productions, Main Street Opera Theatre exists to make quality professional operatic and
    theatrical performances accessible to everyone.  

Culinary Arts

  • Proud Mitten Shared Kitchen, offers aid in helping businesses grow their product, expand their market and gain access to the Michigan Food Community where other similar businesses share ideas and
    network. 734 456-9005
  • The Simple Kitchen, can cater your event, host specialty and seasonal PARC-Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex - TheSimpleKitchen2cooking classes, provide individual pre-cooked healthy meals and create unique gifts. Attention to detail and personalization is their specialty, so events of 30 people or less are suggested.
    (248) 821-9429


Autism Consulting

  • Autism Compass Consulting, work to support social skills development of children, teens and adults of all abilities. They use interactive lessons, group activities, games, role-playing and community-based activities to teach and practice appropriate peer interactions. 844-273-4273

Independent Fashion Consulant

  • Get Your Ducks in a Row, Inc., Independent fashion consultants helping others discover the catwalk quality and comfort of LulaRoe.


  • PARC Pickleball, is the wildly popular sport played on a badminton sized PARC-Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex - parcpickleballcourt with a lower net, using a wooden paddle and plastic ball. It can be played as singles or doubles and anyone from kids to older adults can play.



650 Church Street, Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: 734-927-4090 • Email:

Buddy Up Plymouth
Sept. 22 - Nov. 11, 2017

The Buddy Up Challenge is an insanely popular, life-changing, and innovative community health program. The program leader and smash hit TV show "Biggest Loser" finalist Buddy Shuh will lead this Eight Week program and will use his life experiences to help individuals make reasonable, sustainable, and meaningful changes towards achieving a healthier lifestyle.

Registration begins August 28, 2017. Keep watch for more details!

For more information contact PARC - Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex at 734-927-4090.


WSDP 88.1 “Vinyl Recall” Exhibit at PARC

Free and open to the public!
October 24 through November 16 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4-8 pm Saturday, October 28; November 4; and November 11 from 3-5 pm

This exhibit celebrates 45 years of broadcasting excellence at WSDP, while paying tribute to the music that was transformative then and transportive today. For students at 88.1 The Park, talking about music gave us a point of view—it gave us the confidence to have an opinion that was neither right or necessarily wrong. It is the music from our days at WSDP that we still find jam-worthy today; that we unabashedly sing along to; and are willing to pay a kings-ransom to see performed in concert. The mere mention of an album title or artist name from this exhibit and we are transported 2 years—or 22 years—to the music of our youth, to the music that gave us our confidence, our friendships, and even our careers.

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