5 Things You Need to Know Today — July 9, 2012
Here's what's going on in Plymouth and Canton today.
Trivia: Where was this photo taken?
Yesterday's trivia answer: The upstairs offices in the Kilwin's building sustained fire damage.
5. Last day to nominate: Where is the best coffee in Plymouth-Canton?
Where is the best coffee in Plymouth and Canton?
Nominate your favorite place for coffee on Plymouth-Canton Patch. Today is the last day!
Patch relaunched its Readers' Choice contests under a new format. This process will be more democratic, allowing you, the reader, to nominate your favorite spots in 25 different categories. You can check out all 25 categories here. Categories include best coffee, pizza, burger, bar or restaurant atmosphere and more.
4. Huron Valley Ambulance Camp for kids is today and Tuesday in Plymouth
HVA Camp 9-1-1, which runs Monday and Tuesday at the Plymouth Cultural Center is a free two-day camp open to children ages 8 to 12. The day camp's activities include touring an ambulance, learning CPR and visiting a local emergency room. HVA Paramedics and EMTs serve as camp counselors, teaching campers about safety at home and at play, how to perform lifesaving skills on injured victims, and all about careers in emergency services. The camp runs from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on both days. Registration information is available at www.hva.org or by calling (734) 477-6785. For additional questions, contact (734) 477-6781 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Plymouth Cultural Center is at 525 Farmer Street in Plymouth.
3. Plymouth Township Concerned Citizens Committee meets Tuesday
Plymouth Township's Concerned Citizens Committee will meet Tuesday at Plymouth District Library in downtown Plymouth. Candidates and current township board members all are invited, but no formal invitations will be sent. For registration information, check the event listing.
2. Check local traffic and gas on Patch
Heading back from out of town for the holiday? Check out construction zones and detours — and cheap gas prices — on the Plymouth-Canton Patch Commute page.
1. Art in the Park in Plymouth is this week
Check out one of Michigan's largest art festivals this week in downtown Plymouth. Art in the Park, which runs July 13-15 in Kellogg Park, offers art, activities and entertainment throughout the weekend.