June 2017 Plymouth Magazine

In the June issue join Gregor Farm and Greenhouse as they get ready for the busy summer season.

It was just another day at the park for David Dobrin with his 3-year-old daughter Marlo happily climbing around the playground and Dobrin ready with his camera.


With microbreweries popping up all over the Twin Cities, it should be no surprise that another beer-related hobby is on the rise: homebrewing.


Plymouth’s senior citizens are among the most active members of the community, and there is no shortage of options when it comes to programming created especially for them. A sampling of clubs includes activities such as antiquing, biking, woodworking
and bridge.


Outdoor farmers markets are a sure sign that summer has finally arrived, and you won’t have to wait much longer to enjoy the bounty of the season at Plymouth’s Farmers Market.


At the foot of Dan and Annie Arnolds’ driveway, a handmade wooden sign spelling out their last name hints at the art within their Plymouth home.


A relaxing evening outdoors with fireworks, symphonies and family fun, Music in Plymouth has become a staple of summertime in Plymouth.

As the event enters its 45th year, we take a look back at the Plymouth Civic League, the organization behind the fanfare.


Though Bob and Barbara Griffin may live in Plymouth, their hearts are often with the people of Dodoma, Tanzania.


Ashley Burkland still remembers falling in love with ballet during her first Nutcracker performance at the age of 9. The dancer and owner of Ashley Ballet Arts Academy says her mother’s decision to enroll her in a dance class is what led to her early introduction to ballet.


Starting in June, the Hilde Performance Center will host the Summer Concert Series, featuring musical acts hailing from India to the Andes. Starting on June 13, catch Blue Groove, a local award-winning bluegrass band.


If it’s live music you’re looking for this summer, you don’t have to look much further than these local spots around Plymouth.


Chain sandwich shops are a common find in the Twin Cities. But Potbelly Sandwich Shop has set itself apart with an emphasis on live music since the first shop opened in Chicago in 1977.