Trivia: Emagine Canton debuted which new amenity in conjunction with the theatrical return of 'Titanic' in April?
The answer to Friday's trivia: Charles Curmi first took office in Plymouth Township in 1992.
5. Submit photos of your Patch of Michigan and win!
There's just something about Michigan that makes it special. Whether it's on a lake Up North or in a backyard downstate, Michigan has an allure that cannot be denied. So why not share your visions of Michigan in photos in our Your Patch of Michigan photo contest, and possibly win a prize for doing so?
, showing off some of what is the best Michigan has to offer – and more importantly, what Michigan means to each person.
Send your submissions here.
4. Plymouth Farmers Market is today
Looking for fresh produce and baked goods, among other treats and treasures? The is 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Gathering Pavilion in downtown Plymouth.
3. What's on your child's summer reading list?
Patch has partnered with best-selling author James Patterson to present reading lists to promote reading with children of all ages through his ReadKiddoRead program. You can check the lists here.
2. Canton Farmers Market is tomorrow
If you're in the market for some fresh produce, the Canton Farmers Market has you covered. The event runs from 9 a.m-1 p.m. at Preservation Park, 500 N. Ridge Road.
1. Canton's Liberty Fest concludes today!
Appearing at the Amphitheater is: Forever After Productions and Dance BEAT (noon), Canton Chiefettes JV and varsity (1:30 p.m.), Central City Dance (2 p.m.), Jenney Gordon Batom Academy demo (3 p.m.), Pat Predd (5:30 p.m.) and headliners SHOUT! A Fantastic Tribute to the Fab Four (8 p.m.). The day will be capped with fireworks at dusk.
You can find more details . Bringing a camera to the festival? Submit your .
Check traffic, road closings and parking for the event .