Trivia: Plenty of craft beers from around Michigan will be available for tastes today at Preservation Park in Canton for . Michigan brewers Bell's recently bought some antiquated beer-making supplies from a legendary Michigan brewer to use for future batches... what did Bell's buy and who was the previous owner?
Tuesday's trivia answer: Plymouth Rocks had a 7-0 record in 1978 and 1974 and a 4-0 record in 1982.
5. Restaurant Week comes to downtown Plymouth on Sept. 28
Ten downtown restaurants will show off signature dishes starting Sept. 28 for Downtown Plymouth's Restaurant Week, which runs through Oct. 7. No tickets are required, but meals run between $15-35.
4. Plymouth Farmers Market is today
The Plymouth Farmers Market returns today from 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Gathering Pavilion in downtown Plymouth.
3. Brews, Brats and Bands at the Barn is tonight
Join the fun at a beer tasting event in Canton featuring one of our local microbreweries. Brews, Brats and Bands at the Barn, a fundraiser for the Canton Historical Socitey, is celebrating its third year. More than 75 brews are expected as well as five brews from Plymouths own Liberty Street Brewing Company. The event is runs from 6-9 p.m. tonight. Tickets include seven four-ounce pours, brats and fixings and a beer tasting mug.
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1. Register in-person for Sept. 23 Run for Ribbons 5K in Plymouth
The inaugural Run for Ribbons 5K will sprint through downtown Plymouth on Sept. 23. Online registration just closed for the 5K and mile-long race, which will raise awareness of child abuse, but in-person registration begins Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the Plymouth Community Arts Council building, 774 N. Sheldon, Plymouth. More details can be found at the Lighthouse Family Charity website.