Arts & Culture

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

The Plymouth Creek Center will host a free indoor art festival featuring 30 local and regional artists working in a variety of mediums including pottery, watercolor, jewelry, acrylic, glass and more.

Alongside melting snow and budding trees, the Primavera Arts Festival is a sure sign that spring is on its way. The annual event, a collaboration between the Plymouth Arts Council and the city of Plymouth, has been held each April for over two decades—this year marks its 22nd year.

Most artists dream of seeing their art hang in galleries. Lisa Seltzer wears hers every day. The Plymouth resident got her first henna done 10 years ago and she’s been hooked since then.

The issue of climate change feels daunting to most, something too big for any given individual to have an impact upon.

Mary Ellen Becker’s training as a master gardener helps her answer tough questions about plants and more.

Jayne Morrison has been seeing gray in interior trends recently, but spring is about to bring a new crop of colorful features. Morrison recently completed a Plymouth bathroom and fireplace remodel — work that refreshed the space for a brighter feel.

Whether you’re making the move from renter to homeowner or just into a new place, the expertise of an agent can make for a smoother and informed process. Family and friends can give well-intentioned advice, but the details can get complex.

Team Thompson has come a long way. Husband and wife Dan and Kristi Thompson have been working together for the past 17 years guiding clients through the home buying process on two fronts.

Life has changed dramatically since Plymouth resident Bella Andrade received an assistance dog from Can Do Canines last fall.

Although we are deep in the throes of winter, now is the time to start thinking about summer camps if it’s on the horizon for your kids this summer. The area’s most popular day camps fill up quickly, and some registration deadlines are soon approaching.

We’re a few months into winter and Debbi Soeffker and Randy Mayer's geraniums lay dormant, waiting to be repotted and replanted for the spring. With a little more than 40 geranium plants, you could even say that the Plymouth couple’s hobby has grown through the years.

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