Trivia: Green Street Fair marked its final year this year and will not be renewed. What was this festival's first year in Plymouth?
Yesterday's trivia answer: Canton defeated Plymouth, 74-14, in 2004.
5. Show your P-CEP school spirit
Plymouth beat Canton on Friday night, but don't let that be the lone factor in deciding bragging rights! We're running a photo competition to show school spirit between Plymouth, Canton and Salem that will run through Canton-Salem's Oct. 19 game. Upload photos showing school spirit for bragging rights!
4. Restaurant Week Continues
Ten downtown restaurants will show off signature dishes for Downtown Plymouth's Restaurant Week, which began Friday and runs through Oct. 7. No tickets are required, but meals run between $15-35. Check with Plymouth-Canton Patch each day for a new preview of Restaurant Week courses. Read our preview today for Zin Wine Bar.
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2. Penn Theatre Shows 'The Odd Life of Timothy Green'
The film is about a childless couple who bury a box in their backyard containing all of their wishes for an infant. A child is born but he is not all that he appears. The film will show 5 and 7 p.m. today at the Penn Theatre in downtown Plymouth.
1. Canton Farmers Market
Visit the Canton Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Preservation Park, 500 North Ridge Road. Shop for seasonal produce, farm eggs, honey, artisan cheese, marinades, blended teas, baked goods, natural soaps and more.