November 2015 Plymouth Magazine

In the November issue meet funny girl Caroline Hitt, help stamp out mental health stigmas with Olivia Trudeau and look back on 40 years of memories with Peg's Countryside Catering.

Nate Loftsgard’s photo captures the end of a long winter’s nap.
Feel-good dishes from Plymouth’s top restaurants.
A gathering to raise funds for a Plymouth-based non-profit.
Hilde Park welcomes the addition of the Veterans Memorial.
The staff at Peg’s Countryside Catering looks back on 40 years of our favorite recipes—and comments on the growth of the catering business.
Plymouth native Caroline Hitt tries her hand at a career in improv comedy.
As Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners’ annual Sleep Out gears up for its 20th year, we take a look at the hard-working personalities behind this volunteer-led fight against homelessness.
Plymouth’s Performance Pools gears up for hot tub season.
What one orchestra couple finds most melodious about life in Plymouth.
Dominium outfits historic buildings for new tenants.
Make the school year a success for your student.
Inspired by a career in contracting, this Plymouth resident is writing life-advice books in retirement.
Ideas for a quick interior fix before the holidays.
Plymouth’s fire personnel thank Richard Kline for his leadership.
The pros at Plymouth’s best, Minnesota Dermatology, offer insight into seasonal skincare.