Welcome to December, Plymouth Magazine readers! In celebration of the season, you’ll find stories that center around entertaining, philanthropy and wellness throughout these pages.
Our first winter issue straddles the line between 2023 and 2024, with all the holidays that surround it. We spoke with two local entertainment experts to help get the party started, from an events planner with a few pretty creative ideas up her sleeve to a DJ who knows how to keep the festivities going through crowd-pleasing tunes.
But something that always delights me is families who go out of their way to spread joy during the holiday season. The Fischers are one such family, who create a dazzling Christmas display on their lawn every year for the enjoyment of neighbors and strangers alike.
Even if you’re not planning your own holiday parties this year, winter break is also a time when adult children return to the nest. Whether your home is hosting returning children or out-of-town relatives, now is a great time to reconnect with loved ones. Explore our seasonal guide of West Metro activities that you and your adult children can enjoy.
Now, without further ado, welcome to our December/January issue.