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Mary Althaus of the Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society holds a rabbit.

Some people aren’t suited to own rabbits, and this is where the Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society offers support to adopters and takes the rabbits if the adoptions don’t work.

Shutterbugs, our 2014 Picture Plymouth photo contest has come to a close, and we thank our faithful readers for their gorgeous photo submissions and their online votes for the readers’ choice award.

The contest includes two different awards:

Here's our handy guide to our Best of 2015 readers' choice surveys. Feel free to contact us with any further questions.

Why do I have to vote in so many categories?

Thanks to all who voted for the 2015 Best of Plymouth! Tickets for our awards event go on sale December 10.

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Plymouth Magazine is in need of a photographer to shoot various events around Plymouth for the magazine's gallery section. If you or anyone you know is interested, please contact rae.danneman@tigeroak.com.

Did you notice? There’s been a deliberate “10” theme going on throughout this issue of Plymouth Magazine, and it’s definitely by design. As our official 10-year Anniversary Issue, we wanted to highlight all of our regulars in spots of 10.

Matthew Kauffmann’s award-winning photo was taken early one morning in August after he’d gone out for his regular morning bike ride. “I saw the glassy lake and thought I should scoot home and grab my camera,” he says.

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Tuesday, September 15
[Arts & Performance]
The Ordway is excited to announce that the performance of Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 15 at 7:30pm.
Saturday, April 25
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
Breanna’s Star is our main fundraising event held each spring to help support Breanna’s Gift, an organization bringing smiles to seriously ill children through the magic of the arts.