Local trivia: What unique energy feature does the ice rink at the Plymouth Cultural Center boast?
The answer to Saturday's trivia: Nate Robertson.
5. Canton Farmers Market is today
The Canton Farmers Market has a new time today, running from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Preservation Park, 500 N. Ridge Road in Canton. New vendors include:
- Grace Savory & Sweet - gluten free baking mixes
- Crunch Granola - small batch granola
- Nana's Nuts - cinnamon honey baked almonds
- Tanglewood Farm & Bakery - berries, cakes, tarts, marshmallows & hand pies
4. Plymouth-Canton summer camp registration opens
offers a summer camp program for students in grades K-8. Camp begins June 20 and runs through Aug. 22. For complete details and registration information, see the Extended Day website.
3. The Lorax plays at Penn Theatre today
Families can catch Dr. Seuss's The Lorax at 5 and 7 p.m. today at the . The historic movie house offers affordable family entertainment in the heart of downtown Plymouth. The Lorax is an animated adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic. It is rated PG and runs 86 minutes. All seats are $3.
2. Plymouth-Canton Extended Day program accepting applications
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools' Extended Day program will be holding a lottery for the Kids’ Time and Club Connection programs for the 2012-2013 school year, but with a change this year. Child Care Program Request forms will be accepted until June 1 and placement will not be on a first come, first serve basis as in the past; a random process will be utilized on June 4. Currently, child care space is available in all programs. Forms are available here. They also are available in the elementary and middle school offices and the Extended Day office. For more information, contact the Extended Day office at (734) 416-6194.
1. Whalers' rookie orientation resumes today
The Plymouth Whalers will be resuming their today at . The event features Plymouth draft choices over the past couple of seasons, plus invited free agents. The teams scrimmaged Saturday and will continue from 9:30-11 a.m. today. The event is free and oepn to the public.