Pumpkin Palooza –Downtown Plymouth

Oct. 18, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News

 

Hundreds of kids will flock to downtown Plymouth this Sunday in their Halloween costumes for the children’s annual Halloween event-Pumpkin Palooza.  The family fun extravaganza will feature games, contests, entertainment, petting zoo and a Pet and Kid Costume Contest.

 

The free event twill take place from 12-3:00 p.m. downtown.

  • Pet & Kid Costume Contest– Kellogg Park (on Main Street) – Presenting Sponsor – Jack Demmer Ford
    • 11:30 PM -12 PM (Noon):  Costume Contest Registration
    • 12 PM (Noon):                    Pet Contest
    • 1:00 PM:                             Kids Contest

Stage – Ann Arbor Trail & Forest (Behind Delta Diamond) – Co-Sponsored by CL Finlan and Associates and Bank of Ann Arbor

  • 12:00 PM:  Ventriloquist Richard Paul – Sponsored by Matrix Bath System
  • 1 PM:         Kid’s in Harmony – Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel
  • 1:45PM:     Michigan Youth Philharmonic, Main Street Opera and Eden Art – Michigan Educational Credit Union

The Compass– (intersection of Ann Arbor Trail and Main Street):

  • Noon-2:30 PM – Kinder Music – Sponsored by Sun and Snow
  • 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM – Flash Mob Dancing – Sponsored by Synergy Dance Academy
  • Carousel Acres – Southeast side of Kellogg Park, 12 -2:30 PM – Sponsored by Dwellings by Rudy and Hall and Kilwin’s Plymouth
  • Birds of Prey with Critters– Ann Arbor Trail, Noon-2:30 PM – Sponsored by Creatopia, Paint It Yourself Pottery and Michigan Educational Credit Union
  • Face Flair– Ann Arbor Trail, Noon – 2:30 PM – Sponsored by Lake Trust Credit Union
  • Firetruck– Penniman, Noon – 2:30 PM
  • Huron Valley Ambulance– Penniman, 12 PM (Noon) – 2:30 PM
  • Forest Ave– Sponsored by Hines Park Lincoln
  • Special Guests:
    •  Daisy Dog – Britt’s Bow Wow, Forest Avenue
    •  Roller Roo – Skatin’ Station, Forest Avenue
    •  ZZ the Robot – Zap Zone, Forest Avenue

 

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