Health & Wellness

On February 2, Plymouth residents enjoyed the 30th annual Fire & Ice winter festival. Activities took place on Parkers Lake. Participants enjoyed a bonfire, s'mores and hot chocolate. A finale of fireworks was sponsored by the Plymouth Civic League.

After the holidays, we often have items we no longer need. Goodwill is a great place to donate your gently used items. Coats and warm clothes are always welcome, as well as clothes for warmer weather in the coming months. Consider donating books, jewelry and old electronics.

It’s the new year, and you may be deciding that now is the right time to get healthy. We checked in with Sean Gleeson, a trainer at Lagree MSP in Plymouth, about starting a workout routine and developing strategies to keep it up.

Need to find an indoor activity for your kids during the winter? Plymouth has multiple options. The Plymouth Ice Center has open skating throughout the year. Mini Hops Gymnastics offers Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents Day camps.

Bloom hosted its annual scholarship benefit on October 7 at Plymouth Creek Center.

Carol Schreiber is an outdoor enthusiast and regional park advocate whose passion for parks and nature has never waned.

Planning a holiday appetizer, but don’t want to put out the same artichoke dip you find at every party?

During the holiday season, your home likely smells of fresh-baked cookies and pine needles—why not add one more lovely smell to the mix? Consider decorating your home and tree with fresh-cut flowers.

For the 21st year, members of the community can join Interfaith Outreach in the annual Sleep Out to raise money for struggling families. From November 12 to December 31, the organization hopes to raise a total of $2,184,000.

During a Friday morning class, 12 women rested on their yoga mats in the Sky Room of Blooma’s Plymouth studio. Sun filtered through sheer curtains on a wall of windows, warming the class as they shared their names, due dates, and — just for fun — their favorite childhood movies.

Jeffry Wosje, a Plymouth resident since 2000, has been serving Ward 2 since 2011. “Southwest Plymouth is noted for its trails, parks and quiet residential neighborhoods,” he says.

Pages