Going Out

The skyline of Yokohama, Japan.

When it comes to family vacations, the paths not typically taken can lead to the most interesting and fulfilling excursions.

Hundreds came to the Hollydale Golf Course’s anniversary celebration.

Celebrate the end of September by attending the 18th annual Plymouth on Parade. The parade gets underway at 11:30 a.m.; bring along a chair or stand along the parade route to enjoy marching bands, parade floats and much more. After the parade ends, the day is just beginning!

An evening of fun and fashion was held in April at Metropolitan Ballroom and Clubroom in Golden Valley to raise funds to support the programs of Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP).

Each Friday Night in August, Plymouth presents free outdoor movies for the whole family. Grab your blankets, lawn chairs, snacks and, of course, the bug spray!

Field of Dreams

The Plymouth Arts Council and Plymouth Parks and Recreation presented its 20th annual Primavera Arts Festival April 15-17.

This year, Kids Fest takes the fun of a summer carnival and combines it with learning opportunities featuring animals and environmental themed activities.

Stock up on the early summer bounty at the Plymouth Farmers Market. The market returns June 22 and will run through October 5.

On December 5 and 6, a global holiday marketplace at St. Barnabas Lutheran Church featured fair trade gift items made by international artisans.

More than $124,000 was raised in December at this event benefiting Can Do Canines in New Hope.

After many months of anticipation, Trillium Woods officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting on November 12.

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