April 2014

In the April issue of Plymouth Magazine, you'll take a look inside our town's newest ice cream shop, Honey & Mackie's. With a winning combo of tasty fries and sweet treats, they're sure to please any palate. Plus, meet the folks who make cultural exchange programs run in Plymouth schools - and the students who benefit from them. Grab a copy today.

Back in summer 2004, an upstart publishing company identified the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth as the next community to get its very own magazine.


The Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West Hotel in Plymouth hosted the annual winter bluegrass weekend Frebruary 28-March2.


Gather up your girlfriends: It’s time for the Girls, Glamour & Giving
event at the Metropolitan Ballroom and Clubroom. The biannual event was
conceived in 2012 and raises money to benefit Interfaith Outreach &


In the early evening of April 30, 2013, on Parker’s Lake, Gloria Rice set up
her Canon EOS Rebel T2i and waited for the setting sun’s best possible lighting
for a memorable photo.


Remember the day you received your first bicycle? You jumped onto the seat,
placed your feet on the pedals and flew down the street—whether you had a parent
behind you or not. But as basic as this moment in time seems, not every young


When spring flowers fade, Plymouth-area businesses are sharing a way to keep
flowers—and other spring-inspired shapes—forever in the form of jewelry. Whether
it is Mother’s Day, graduation or a desire to add a new piece to your


The annual Plymouth Yard & Garden expo is a one-stop spot to help residents get geared up for the warm-weather seasons, but this year’s event has another dimension—the expo is going green.


It’s common knowledge that all kids learn differently, and new technology makes catering to those needs far easier.


Get it thick-cut or crumbled, cooked crispy or smoked—bacon is delicious in
each of its many forms. And lucky for us, bacon isn’t just for breakfast
anymore. You can sprinkle bacon bits on your baked potato, wrap it around your


Gardens, no matter how large or small, English or cottage, formal or whimsical, begin with a single idea. Much like their flowers and plants that start from the smallest of seeds and grow, the idea to create a garden germinates from a place of hope and inspiration.