1. For foodies
3. At the Plymouth District Library
On Tuesday at 7 p.m., there will be an informational meeting about an informal petition to encourage the City of Plymouth into taking steps to qualify railroad crossings for Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) "Quiet Zones" status which: - prohibits trains from sounding horns except in emergencies; - is safer than non-"Quiet Zone" railroad crossings; - prevents drivers from going around the gates; - potentially increases property values; and - has been successfully done by over 500 communities in accordance with federal regulations, which have allowed this since 2006.
4. At the Penn Theatre
Part of the September Hitchcock Series. A retired San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's much-younger wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her. Rated PG.
5. Save the Date
On Saturday, Canton Leisure Services and Holiday Market will host Brew, Brats and Bands at the Barn, a fundraiser for the Canton Historical Society held annually at the Cady-Boyer Barn. Guests will be welcome to live, local music, snacks, brats, and seven tasting tickets - seven, 4-ounce drinks of Liberty Street Brewing Company craft beer from a selection of 50. Tickets are $30 on site day of event.