Trivia: Plymouth Patch and Canton Patch will become Plymouth-Canton Patch on June 28. Until that happens, there are 29 Patch sites in Michigan. Which was the first to go live?
The answer to Wednesday's trivia: Margaret Dunning of Plymouth has a 1930 Packard 740 roadster.
5. Plymouth Community Band plays Kellogg Park tonight
The will continue its at 7:30 p.m. tonight at in downtown Plymouth. The concert is free and open to the public.
4. Nominate the best of Plymouth with Readers' Choice 2012
It's back! 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 the contests here. Categories include best coffee, pizza, burger, bar or restaurant atmosphere and more.
3. Submit photos of your Patch of Michigan to win!
Share your visions of Michigan in photos in our Your Patch of Michigan photo contest, and possibly win a prize for doing so!
For the entire summer, we'll pick a winner every week based on voting by a panel of Michigan Patch editors. Each weekly winner will get a prize. Read the rules and enter here!
2. Enjoy live music tonight at Canton's Heritage Park
After Fifty Amp Fuse in Canton at Liberty Fest last week, live music at resumes at 7:30 p.m. tonight with the Saline Fiddlers. The concert is free and open to the public.
You can check out our preview of Canton's many summer concert series here on Patch.
1. Plymouth-Canton Patch to launch June 28
It's official! Plymouth Patch and Canton Patch will become Plymouth-Canton Patch on June 28. You'll find even more great content, all in one place. Find out more about the change here!