Sep. 4, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE.
A complete guide to the Fall Festival events is included with this week’s edition of
Starting Friday 75,000 people will converge on Plymouth to enjoy the 59th Annual Fall Festival. Main Street and surrounding streets will be lined with booths from local clubs, community groups, school teams, churches, garden clubs, veterans and businesses. Kellogg Park will feature entertainment on stage and in the park.
- MAIN STREET – From Fralick to Wing Street.
- PENNIMAN – From Harvey to Union Street
- ANN ARBOR TRAIL – From Forest Avenue to Union Street
- UNION STREET – From Roe to Ann Arbor Trail
- FOREST AVE. WILL BE OPEN – From Ann Arbor Trail to Wing, but will have limited access via Harvey Street.
Free shuttle service will be provided by Praise Baptist Church they go from Forest Street and the church to whenever there are people who want to go. The church, located at 45000 North Territorial Road, will be open so that there is no threat of standing in the hot sun or rain waiting for a shuttle. The shuttles will operate one half hour before and after festival hours all three days.
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