Community Bulletin Board
Jun. 4, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE.
Plymouth Michigan News
Murder, mayhem and tea
The Plymouth Historical Museum will host a murder mystery tea performed by the Plymouth Living History Troupe from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, June 12.
Come dressed to impress in your finery from the Roaring 20s or simply come as yourself and for the tea delicacies and the museum special tea, Mary’s Blend. Audiences can interact with the performers and use their sleuthing skills to help solve the murder.
Tickets, now on sale, are $25 for Plymouth Historical Museum members and $30 for non-members. Add $5 to the price after June 3. Tickets are available at the Plymouth Historical Museum located at 155 S. Main St. in Plymouth. More information is available at (734) 455-8940 or visit www.plymouthhistory.org/events.
Police golf outing set
The Jack Demmer Ford Golf Outing benefiting the Canton Police Benevolence Fund is planned for June 15 at Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center.
The participation fee is $195 for individual golfers or $700 for a foursome. The fee includes 18 holes of golf, a continental break- fast, lunch, complementary drinks, contests, dinner and banquet with awards and prizes.
The day will begin with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
For more information, contact the Canton Community Foundation (734) 495-1200.
Sponsorships ranging from $125 to $5000 are still available
City plans Shred Day
The City of Plymouth will be hosting a Shred Day from 9 a.m. until noon June 18 at city hall. The city has partnered with Shred Legal to offer this free service to residents and property owners. All city of Plymouth residents and property owners are encouraged to bring up to 100 pounds or three banker boxes of confidential documents to be securely destroyed. As well as ensuring that personal information is protected, participants will be taking part in a recycling program. All shredded paper is baled and sent to paper mills and recycling centers where it will be converted into reusable material. Recycling 1 ton of paper saves 17 trees from being cut down; 380 gallons of fuel oil; 7000 gallons of water and 4000 Kilowatt hours of energy
This event is free for all City of Plymouth residents and property owners and photo identification will be required. Those with more than three banker boxes are asked to bring the documents in batches
More information is available at (734) 453-1234 x401 or by email at email@example.com
Father’s Day run takes off
The Plymouth Father’s Day Run, a benefit for the YMCA, is planned for June 19.
Events this year include:1 Mile Fun Run; 5K Run; 5K Walk and a 10K Run
Register to run or volunteer online at: plymouthfathersdayrun.org.
Wednesday concerts announced
Music In The Park, a 32-year “Summer Wednesday at Noon” tradition will be hosted again this year by the Plymouth Community Arts Council.
Concerts will begin June 22 and continue through Aug. 24. The 10-week concert series is free to the public and made possible through the generosity of community business and organization sponsors.
The schedule this year includes:
June 22 – The Chautauqua Express
June 29 – Mr. Seley & The Troublemakers
July 6 – To Be Announced
July 13 – Beverly Meyer, The Music Lady
July 20 – Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic
July 27 – Fairground Band
Aug. 3 – Matt Watroba
Aug. 10 – Gemini Aug. 17 – Barbara Bailey Hutchinson
Aug. 24 – Joel Tacey’s Tip Top Entertainment