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Archive for December, 2009

Here’s an excellent article of what’s been happening at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Superior Twp. (Plymouth mailing address.)  This is an excellent outreach and I encourage anyone who reads this to pass this along to anyone you know who could use assistance with groceries.

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20091224/LIFE/912240429

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The Plymouth District Library is truly one of our area’s treasure.  There are so many opportunities it affords to serve in the community, to learn or just to have fun.  Here are some upcoming (or ongoing) events that jumped out at me that looked particularly interesting

HOMEBOUND BOOK DELIVERY – Joining the Plymouth Community Council on Aging, the Plymouth District Library will deliver library books and audio books to homebound residents of the City of Plymouth and Plymouth Township. Call (734) 453-0750, Ext 240, to enroll or go to plymouthlibrary.org and complete the homebound delivery service registration.

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The Plymouth District Library offers a wide variety of free computer classes – and is creating new classes all the time. Plymouth residency in the City of Plymouth or Plymouth Township is required for class participants. Registration is made through the Reader’s Advisory Desk, 734-453-0750, Ext. 4.

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TEEN FAMILY GAME NIGHT, Wednesday, Dec. 30, 6:30 p.m. – Bring your friends and family members. Enjoy DDR and check out the new Wii system with Wii sports. Fill up on pizza and check out our board games, or bring your own. Games include Apples to Apples, Settlers of Catan, and Carcassonne, as well as classics like Monopoly and Chess. Reservations required for this free program – call Reader’s Advisory Desk – 734-453-0750, Ext. 4.

Thanks to the good folks at hometownlife.com for posting this information regularly.  Here’s a link to these events listings.  http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20091217/NEWS15/912170593/1032/Library+Watch

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The Plymouth Arts Council is sponsoring a Red Cross Blood Drive

Date:  December 23, 2009.

Time: 1pm-7pm.

Place:  774 N. Sheldon Rd Plymouth MI 48170. 734-416-4278

You can walk in and donate or go to http://www.givelife.org and enter sponsor code: PCCS2 and schedule your appointment today.

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A new bar and grill has opened downtown. The Rock Bar & Grill is located at 844 Penniman Avenue, next to the Post Office, in downtown Plymouth.

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There has been lots of life at Wilcox House the last several months.  Right now the “Wilcox Winter Gathering” is underway.  Most interesting to me is that the home itself is now open to the public:

The Wilcox House opens to the public for the first
time in its 100 year history on Dec. 6th at 10:00 a.m.
and will be open Tuesday-Thursday, 2pm-6pm
through Christmas Eve.

Special Christmas Eve hours: noon-4pm
Adults $5 each. Children must be accompanied
by an adult to enter the house.

Additionally, you can meet Santa there and Christmas trees and other items are being sold at the outdoor market, which is on the grounds of the home:

Outdoor Market:
Tree, wreath and garland sales: Tuesday – Sunday
Outdoor Sales begin Friday, Nov. 27th.
Hours will be posted on the gates of the Wilcox Home

Visit Santa:
Bring the kids and the camera! Santa will be
receiving guests inside the house free of charge on:
Sunday, Dec. 6th 10am-2pm
Friday, Dec 11th & Dec. 18th 2pm-7
Saturday, Dec. 12th & Dec. 19th noon-7pm
Sunday, Dec. 13th & Dec. 20th 11am-4pm

If you use Facebook, you can keep up with all the events at Wilcox House through “The Gathering at the Wilcox” group.  http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=188851708939&ref=search&sid=100000005451152.626029927..1&v=info#/group.php?v=wall&ref=search&gid=188851708939

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Filming is (or was as of 2 hours ago) taking place on Church Street between Harvey and Blunk.

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Apparently Boulders bar and grill is closed to the public because shooting for Trust is taking place there.

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