Arts & Culture

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

The Plymouth Creek Center will host a free indoor art festival featuring 30 local and regional artists working in a variety of mediums including pottery, watercolor, jewelry, acrylic, glass and more.

100 Days of Terror, Noah Reardon, Larry Temple, thriller novels, Beverly Hills Book Award

Plymouth resident Larry Temple’s first novel, 100 Days of Terror, a suspense thriller, has been winning awards and is being read as far away as Estonia and Australia.

Matthew Johnson playing bluegrass guitar

The first weekend in March brings the Winter Bluegrass Weekend to Plymouth.

A girl ice skating on the Parkers Lake ice rink

This photo, taken by Plymouth resident Troy Brantner, took second place in the “People and Families”

Kids at Skyrock Farm

There’s something for everyone within easy reach of Plymouth.

Armstrong High School students Nadrat Amos, Ben Aoki-Sherwood and Marico Bibriezca

Meet these Armstrong High School standout students.

One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus

A Plymouth librarian offers two enticing reads this month.

"Wander Lust", Aileen Sandoval

Aileen Sandoval's "Wonder Lust" expresses her love of wandering through new places.

Swedish Traditions St Lucia Elizabeth Johnson Plymouth

Making sweet saffron rolls with her aunt for the Festival of St. Lucia was a highlight of Elizabeth Johnson’s youth, recalls the Plymouth native.

Chainsaw artist Adam Gale, chainsaw carving, Star Wars, R2D2

Everyone knows someone who has a little carved bear outside their cabin. Chainsaw artist Adam Gale focuses on creating carvings that are more like sculptures that perfectly define the customer. “I want to do something different.

premie baby in plymouth magazine

Three-year-old Lana toddles around the living room in the Grinberg family’s Plymouth home. What’s immediately remarkable about Lana is that she’s bilingual, with her dad speaking to her only in Russian.

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