Penn Theatre is one of our favorite places in Plymouth. A nonprofit runs Penn out of love and commitment to Plymouth. We wish them well and hope they can open their doors soon.
Marieanne and Doni celebrate National kite flying day!
Marieanne and her husband, Jon, have owned Kites and Fun Things for more than 30 years. They make and sell things powered by wind.
National Kite Flying Day! Steven flew a kite in Kellog Park. Stop by Kites and Fun Things to get one too! National Kite Flying month is in April!
The Plymouth Railroad! The railroad first came to Plymouth in 1871. This display was donated by CSX, the current owner of the Plymouth Railroad.
Compari’s On the Park! City of the Week met up with Patty and Sandy of Compari’s.. family owned and run since 2000. Amazing food and hospitality! Also pictured, one of our new favorite people, Tony Bruscato, Plymouth’s Director of the Downtown Development Authority. Tony rocks!
Alpine Chocolat Haus! Look how amazing their candied apples are! They also have excellent hot chocolate. Tell Sharon we said, “Hi!” when you stop in!
Stopping by City Hall!
Mayor Oliver Wolcott and Doni on the streets of Plymouth!
Tony Bruscato made some calls and got us access to where more than half of the 80 ice sculptures are being created for Plymouth’s Ice Festival this weekend (February 12-14)!
The artist is Tajana Raukar and she is amazing. Tajana and her husband, Paul own Ice Dreams Sculptures in Plymouth.
Tajana shows Doni how it’s done! Tajana has been sculpting ice for 25 years. She has even competed in the cultural Winter Olympics and competitions around the world!
Tajana’s work environment is a balmy 14 degrees. She begins all her pieces with a chainsaw before moving on to more refined tools for detailing.
More of Tajana’s finished pieces. These have all been made in the last week!
Tajana’s finished pieces... the sculptures basically get washed after completion to give them a glass-like sheen.
Tajana and FEW of her medals! She has another 50-60 that are framed on the walls of their workshop.
Tajana also works with food! Sculpting cheese and butter for special occasions and displays.
Tajana’s works of art will be displayed throughout Plymouth in front of different businesses for this year’s Plymouth Ice Festival. Kellogg Park will NOT have displays to help maintain social distancing.
Bigalora and their manager Jon are all about safety and delicious food when it comes to being a customer at their restaurant.
They offer heated igloo dining right in the heart of downtown Plymouth.”
The USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth has been the home to many rising NHL stars. The likes include Stanley Cup Champions Tom Wilson (Washington Capitols ‘18), Tyler Seguin (Boston Bruins ‘11) and one day Detroit Red Wings own Captain Dylan Larkin.
Rylee at the Alpine chocolate Haus Has all the sweets you need down on Main Street
The sardine room in downtown Plymouth has more on their menu besides sardines. If you’re looking for good spirits and oysters Rockefeller, they have you covered.
The Penn theatre in downtown Plymouth has been entertaining movie goers since 1941. That’s about as old as Dave Dahmer’s underpants.