Community

A laptop rests against some books at the library.

The Plymouth Historical Society is exploring new ways to engage the community during this historic time.

Someone hands a black paper heart to another person.

If you find an unexpected letter in your mailbox in the coming weeks, don't fret. It's just the City of Plymouth trying to keep residents connected.

A volunteer holds a paper heart in front of his chest.

In 2019, 1,611 volunteers contributed 23,770 hours of service through the City of Plymouth’s volunteer program.

Artist Keren Kroul paints.

Some words are worth repeating, and it’s always difficult to pull out just a few quotes from previous issues that deserve an exclamation point, as it were.

A graphic announcing the Plymouth Magazine Best of Plymouth 2020 winners.

We reveal your top picks for the people, places and things that make the Plymouth area such a great place to live, work and visit.

Plymouth City Haill

To keep the citizens of Plymouth safe during this time, the City of Plymouth has cancelled and/or postponed in-person programming up until the end of June.

A mural depicting George Floyd

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, community members across the Twin Cities are banding together to support each other, local businesses and displaced community members.

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.

Spring Farm Sanctuary

Spring Farm is one of the first farm animal sanctuaries in Minnesota.

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