This year, Old Fashioned Christmas will not be as traditional as its name implies.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and Tattersall Distilling offer holiday events worth leaving Plymouth for.
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.
Food, live music and a movie—Plymouth Parks and Recreation is offering a classic date night on August 8.
This year’s Music in Plymouth, featuring the Minnesota Orchestra, will take place July 2 at the Hilde Performance Center.
Bring the kids to the historic Eidem Homestead to help with planting time on the farm!
The first weekend in March brings the Winter Bluegrass Weekend to Plymouth.
“As with anything you can spend as much or as little as you like,” says Dianne Haag, co-owner of DK Events. The Minnetonka-based company specializes in event planning. Chances are some household items could be used without buying new or adding unnecessary expense.
It’s not every day that you attend an event where you can see a pug named Lexi ride in a remote-controlled convertible and get expert veterinary advice all in one beautiful park.
Take a 5k vacation by registering for the Color Run, coming to the Twin Cities on July 10!
Does your child have a summer birthday and is asking for a party outside to celebrate?