The grand opening of Parks’ Place Memory Care was celebrated on October 13.
Health & Wellness
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.
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!
Dog parks are social affairs for both humans and canines. The open space provides fresh-air opportunity for dogs to frolic freely while serving as common grounds for community members to connect.
It’s never too late to learn more about yourself and the world around you. That’s the philosophy behind the Lifetime of Learning Task Force, a group of west metro organizations dedicated to promoting healthy aging through lifelong learning opportunities.