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Plymouth Cultural Center 525 Farmer Street Plymouth, MI 48170

















































WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
READ BEFORE SIGNING
In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in the City of Plymouths sports program, related events and
activities, the undersigned acknowledges, appreciates, and agrees that:

1) The risk of injury from the activities involved in this program is significant, including the potential for permanent paralysis and
death, and while particular rules, equipment, and personal discipline may reduce risk, the risk of serious injury does exist; and,

2) I KNOWINGLY AND FREELY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS, both known and unknown, EVEN ARISING FROM THE
NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation; and

3) I will willingly agree to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation. If, however, I observe any
unusual significant hazard during my presence or participation, I will remove myself from participation and being such to the
attention of the nearest official immediately; and,

4) I, for myself, my child, and on behalf of our heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, hereby release and hold
harmless, and agree to defend and indemnify the City of Plymouth, their officers, officials, agents, and/or employees, other
participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event
(Releasees), with respect to any and all injury, disability, death, or loss or damage to person or property, whether arising from the
negligence of the Releasees, any other entity or individual, or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law.

I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS
TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND I SIGN IT FREELY
AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT.






Residency Requirements- A City of Plymouth Resident is any person that resides within the City of Plymouth borders. At this time,
Plymouth Township Residents and persons that live in Northville with Plymouth mailing addresses do NOT qualify for the lower City of
Plymouth resident rates because no taxes are put toward recreation services.
If paying by credit card, and CARD IS NOT PRESENT, please complete the following information:
(The City of Plymouth Recreation Department accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover for your convenience)

Credit Card Number: _________________________________________________________ Expiration Date: _____ / _____

Name on Card: ______________________________ Signature of Cardholder: ____________________________________
Household / Primary Adult Contact(s): _________________________________________________________________

Participants Name: _________________________________________________________________________________

Age: __________ Birthdate (required): ______ / ______ / ______ Male / Female (circle one)

Address: _________________________________________ City/Twp: _______________ State: _____ Zip: _________

Home Phone: (_________)________________________ Work Phone: (_________)_____________________________

Cell Phone: (_________)________________________ Emergency Phone: (_________)__________________________

Email Address: _______________________________________________ Please Check to Receipt Emailed to You: __

Allergies (list): ____________________________________________________________________________________

Serious Medical Conditions (list): ____________________________________________________________________

Class # Class Name Day Time
_________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
X _________________________________ ________________________________ _______________
(Parent/Guardian or Participant Signature) (Print Name) (Date)
City of Plymouth Recreation Department
Class Registration Form
(Not to be used for any team sports)
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WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
READ BEFORE SIGNING
In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in the City of Plymouths sports program, related events and
activities, the undersigned acknowledges, appreciates, and agrees that:

1) The risk of injury from the activities involved in this program is significant, including the potential for permanent paralysis and
death, and while particular rules, equipment, and personal discipline may reduce risk, the risk of serious injury does exist; and,

2) I KNOWINGLY AND FREELY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS, both known and unknown, EVEN ARISING FROM THE
NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation; and

3) I will willingly agree to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation. If, however, I observe any
unusual significant hazard during my presence or participation, I will remove myself from participation and being such to the
attention of the nearest official immediately; and,

4) I, for myself, my child, and on behalf of our heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, hereby release and hold
harmless, and agree to defend and indemnify the City of Plymouth, their officers, officials, agents, and/or employees, other
participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event
(Releasees), with respect to any and all injury, disability, death, or loss or damage to person or property, whether arising from the
negligence of the Releasees, any other entity or individual, or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law.

I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS
TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT, AND I SIGN IT FREELY
AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT.






WALK IN
Registrations are accepted at the Recreation Office during our normal business hours, MondayFriday 12:00pm-4:30pm.
MAIL / FAX
Registrations may be mailed or faxed to the Recreation Department. When mailing or faxing, please include all necessary information,
including payment, or registration will not be processed.
Mail to: City of Plymouth Recreation Fax to: City of Plymouth Recreation
525 Farmer Street (734)453-1132
Plymouth, MI 48170
ONLINE
To register online, you must have an email address on file, and a username and password (PIN). For first time users, this must be issued
by the Recreation Department, and residency must be verified.
REFUNDS
All patron requested refunds are subject to a $5 administrative fee, and payment for any classes that have
taken place at the time of the refund request. Any other applicable fees will be withheld unless the
program is cancelled by the City of Plymouth Recreation Department. Please see sport-specific refund
policies for any athletic programs.
PHOTO POLICY
In order to keep our publications up to date, City of Plymouth photographers take pictures in a number of
classes and programs. These photos are used for upcoming brochures, flyers, and other advertisements for City
activities. If you do not want to be photographed, please let the photographers know when they enter the classroom.


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Room Rentals 4
Hockey & Ice Arena
Spring Hockey 5
Fall Hockey 5
Ice Rentals and Advertising 5
Open Skate 5
Co-Ed T-Ball & Miracle League
Co-Ed Summer T-Ball 6
Miracle League of Plymouth 6
Youth Soccer 7
Special Events/Kids Classes
2014 Golf Outing 8
Build and Learn 8
Aerospace Engineering 8
Lego Robotics EV3 - Mindstorms 8
City Commission
Daniel DwyerMayor
Ed Hingelberg Mayor Pro-Tem
Diane Bogenrieder
Dan Dalton
Meg Dooley
Oliver Wolcott
Mike Wright
Paul SincockCity Manager
Recreation Department Staff
Steve Anderson - Recreation Director
(734)455-6620, Ext. 302 -- sanderson@ci.plymouth.mi.us

Ron Baase - Facility Operations Manager
(734)455-6620, Ext. 312 -- rbaase@ci.plymouth.mi.us

Lauren Misuraca - Assistant Recreation Director
(734)455-6620, Ext. 309 Email: lobsniuk@ci.plymouth.mi.us

Tracey Moran - Hockey/Arena Operations Coordinator
(734)455-6620, Ext. 314 Email: tmoran@ci.plymouth.mi.us

Michelle VanDenBeurgeury - Facility Coordinator
(734)455-6620, Ext. 304 Email: mvandenbeurgeury@ci.plymouth.mi.us
Chemical Engineering 8
Electronic Game Design 8
Summer Camps
Survivor: Engineers Cove 13
Lego EV3: Rescue Robots 13
Engineering of Power and Energy 13
Engineering of Pirates 13
Amusement Park 13
Engineering of Cities 13
Engineering of Medieval Times 13
Minecrafting 13
Out of This World 14
Momentum Madness 14
Bricks 4 Kidz - Ninjago Camp 14
Yo-Yo/Juggling Camp 14
Engineering of Travel 14
Engineering of Food 14
Remote Control Mania 14
Engineering Olympiad 15
Lego Olympics 15
Space Adventures Camp 15
Heroes Week 15
Electronic Game Design 15
Wreck It Week 15
Electronic Game Design 15
Dog Training
Community Dog Training 16
Fun With Fido 16
Martial Arts
Little Ninjas Karate 17
Kung Fu 17
Tai Chi 17
Fitness Programs
Introduction to Belly Dance 18
Adult Slow Flow Yoga 18
Pilates 18
Awareness Thru Movement 18
Senior Programs
Senior Exercise 19
Senior Woodcarving 19
Senior Bridge Groups 19
Senior Chair Exercise 19
Senior Wii Bowling 19
Council on Aging 19
Senior Transportation 19
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Plymouth Cultural Center 525 Farmer Street Plymouth, MI 48170
The City of Plymouth Recreation Department
Plymouth Cultural Center
CULTURAL CENTER ROOM RENTALS CULTURAL CENTER ROOM RENTALS CULTURAL CENTER ROOM RENTALS

Room Rates
All room rental fees must be paid in full at time of reservation.
Rentals include set up and use of tables and chairs.

Discounts
10% discount given to all 501c3 organizations (proof of exempt status
required)
10% discount given to all long term rentals over one year

Security/Damage Deposits
Security/Damage deposits are required for all one-time rentals.
The deposit shall be 50% of the total room rental cost, up to but not to
exceed $175.

Alcohol
The Plymouth Cultural Center holds a State of Michigan Class C
Liquor License. State law requires that no alcoholic beverages may be
present in this facility, unless they are supplied by the Plymouth
Cultural Center Recreation Department.

Large Reception Room
Our newly renovated Reception Room accommodates up to 180
people and includes a stage and dance floor. Features 6 round
tables that can comfortably seat 8-10 per table. Room can be
divided to accommodate up to 90 people.

Full Reception Room: $90 per hour, Monday - Thursday
Half Reception Room: $50 per hour, Monday - Thursday

Full Reception Room: $120 per hour, Friday - Sunday
Half Reception Room: $70 per hour, Friday - Sunday

Kitchen Use: $100 flat fee

Meeting Rooms
Comfortably seat up to 50 people with the flexibility of theater,
classroom or round table seating.
All Meeting Rooms: $40 per hour, Monday - Thursday
All Meeting Rooms: $50 per hour, Friday - Sunday
Our reception and meeting rooms are the perfect places for business
meetings, civic clubs, wedding receptions, showers, and other special events.
Pictures: Fitness Room (top), Meeting Room (bottom), Reception Room (right).

Contact Michelle at (734)455-6620, Ext. 304 for reservation details & room availability
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HOCKEY & ICE ARENA INFORMATION HOCKEY & ICE ARENA INFORMATION HOCKEY & ICE ARENA INFORMATION
Ice Rentals

Hockey and private ice rental times are available at the Plymouth Cultural Center Ice Arena.
For more information please contact the Ice Arena Manager at (734)455-6620, Ext. 312.
Want to Advertise in our Rink?

The Plymouth Cultural Center Ice Arena wants to partner with your group or business to help advertise your name
and/or product to the 150,000+ visitors who walk through our doors each year. If you would like to advertise in
our arena by getting your very own ice rink glass ad, contact Ron Baase, at (734) 455-6620 ext. 312 or email:
rbaase@ci.plymouth.mi.us for more information.
Open Skate, Sticks & Pucks, and Drop-In Hockey
Due to camps, clinics, and tournaments our Open Skate, Sticks and Pucks, and Drop-In Hockey
Schedules are constantly changing. For the up-to-date Open Skate schedule please contact our Open
Skate Line at (734)455-6620 & press 1, or visit our website at www.ci.plymouth.mi.us/icearena.
For the up-to-date Sticks and Pucks, and Drop-In Hockey schedules check our website at
www.ci.plymouth.mi.us/icearena.
Spring & Fall Hockey
Look for Spring & Fall Hockey information through email blasts as well as online at
www.ci.plymouth.mi.us/recreation. Information will be posted online or contact the Hockey/Arena
Operations Coordinator at (734)455-6620 ext. 314 for more detailed information.
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2014 Summer Co-Ed T-Ball League (5-6 yrs. old)
T-Ball Registration will take place from MARCH 17 - APRIL 11. Registrations will be accepted at the Recreation Office
during front counter hours (Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-4:30pm) or online 24/7. To register online, you must have an email
address on file, and a username and password (PIN). For first time users, this can be set-up by the Recreation Department.
To get set-up with a username and password, please e-mail us at recreation@ci.plymouth.mi.us or call us at (734)455-6620.
Parents!!!!! We need volunteer coaches for the League to run. All Head Coaches children play for free. If you would
like to volunteer, fill out the bottom of the player registration form during Open Registration.
2014 T-Ball Fees
$85* (City of Plymouth Resident $65)*
*Fees subject to change
T-Ball FAQs:
What is the age division for the league? July - December 2007, January - December 2008, or January - July 2009.
When do games begin? Games begin the week of June 23rd and run thru August 8th. It is a 7 game season.
When and where are practices and games? Practice days are set by the coach on weeknights. All games are on Monday,
Tuesday or Wednesday evenings. Rain Make-ups as needed. Games and practices are held at City of Plymouth Parks, Central
Middle School, Hines Park, Don Massey Field, and Bilkie Family Field (Miracle League).
What is the format for the 2014 League? Defensive outs remove the runner but the team bats through the lineup. There
are no strike outs. The T-Ball League is an introductory and non-competitive program and is designed to promote recreation
and sportsmanship; it is not designed for advanced skill development.
Spring & Fall Miracle League of Plymouth (Ages 5-18+)
The Miracle League of Plymouth is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing children with physical and mental
disabilities an opportunity to play organized baseball. This league is non-competitive, with all players getting to bat and circle
the bases each inning.
Spring 2014 Miracle League Registration will take place FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 15 and Fall 2014 registration will take
place MAY 15 - JUNE 30. Registrations will be accepted at the City of Plymouth Recreation Office during front counter
hours (Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-4:30pm) or online 24/7. To register online, you must have an email address on file, and a
username and password (PIN). For first time users, this can be set-up by the Recreation Department, please e-mail us at
recreation@ci.plymouth.mi.us or call us at (734)455-6620.
Miracle League of Plymouth Fees:
$110 for both Spring and Fall seasons. $60 for only one season, either Spring or Fall.
Miracle League of Plymouth FAQs:
What are the age divisions for the league? 5-8 years, 9-12 years, 13-17 years, 18+.
When do the Spring and Fall Seasons run? Spring 2014 - Games begin being Saturday, May 3rd and run thru Saturday,
June 21st. Fall 2014 - Games begin Saturday, August 16th and run thru Saturday, October 4th.
When and where are games? All games are scheduled for various times on Saturday, depending upon the number of
players enrolled. There are two innings per game with no game lasting more than one hour and twenty minutes. All games
will be held at the Miracle League of Plymouth, Bilkie Family Field located at 357 Theodore St. in Downtown Plymouth.
When will I be notified that my child has been placed on a team? After the registration period ends, each player is
assigned to a team. Each team has two coaches and each player is assigned a buddy for the game that provides
encouragement and assists with hitting the ball and rounding the bases. The coaches will call the players parents
approximately two weeks before the season starts. There are no practices, just games.
What should the players wear? All players will receive a t-shirt and baseball cap on opening day. Players may wear any type
of short or pant and may wear any type of shoe with the exception of cleats.
Who do I contact for more information regarding the league? For all questions and inquires please contact Shari Bilkie
at shari@miracleleagueplymouth.org or visit www.miracleleagueplymouth.org. Regarding registration for the program please
contact the City of Plymouth Recreation Office at (734)455-6620 or recreation@ci.plymouth.mi.us.
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YOUTH SOCCER YOUTH SOCCER YOUTH SOCCER
Useful Soccer Websites
Western Suburban Soccer League
www.wsslsoccer.org
TOPSoccer

TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program
for Soccer) is a community-based
training and team placement program
for young athletes with disabilities,
organized by youth soccer association
volunteers. Children ages 5 to 19 are
encouraged to participate. The
program is open to children with
autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down
Syndrome, and other disabilities.
Children who use walkers or
wheelchairs are welcome. The cost is
$25.00 for the season. Children will
need shin guards and a water bottle.

For program and registration
information, contact Brooke Kreza by
phone (734)233-7258 or by email
Toppssoccer@gmail.com
SOCCER FAQ's

When does the Fall 2014 Season run? The Fall 2014 Game Season is scheduled to
begin September 6 and will end October 26. Practice begins a week or two before games.

When are games? Games are played primarily on weekends but may have an occasional
mid-week game. Saturday games can be from 9am to 7pm. Sunday games are anywhere
from 12pm to 7pm. Mid-week games generally begin at 6:00pm, unless requested
differently by the coach. The U5 & U6 instructional program generally plays in 60
minute blocks on Saturdays however coaches have the option of practicing during the
week instead of before the games.

When do they practice? U7 and older practice days and fields are determined by the
Practice Field Lottery held at the general coaches meeting. The time is determined by
the coaches availability. U5 & U6, the coaches have the option of practicing before the
games or during the week, depending on coaches availability.

When will I be notified that my child has been placed on a team? The coaches will
call the players approximately 2 weeks before the season starts. They receive their rosters
at the general coaches meeting, held 2-3 weeks prior to the season starts.

How are teams determined?
Fall Seasons - With the exception of the U5 program, all returning coaches are allowed to
request players from their previous season if also requested to do so by the players
parent. Once those players are chosen, an Age Group Coordinator distributes the
remaining players and rosters are viewed and approved by ALL the coaches in the
division. Due to roster maximums enforced by the State Association and other factors,
not all requests for placement can be honored.

Spring Seasons - The Spring season is a continuation of the Fall. Teams from the Fall
remain together unless there are specific requests. New players for the Spring season will
fill any holes existing on a roster or will form new teams.

I live in Plymouth Township or have a Plymouth mailing address, why do I pay
more? At this time, because no Plymouth Township taxes are put toward recreation
services, Plymouth Township Residents and persons that live in Northville with
Plymouth mailing addresses do not qualify for the lower City of Plymouth resident rates.
City of Plymouth Residents contribute to the support of the City of Plymouth Recreation
Department through their property taxes, therefore, they receive a lower rate.
Fall Youth Soccer (Ages 4 - 14)
Fall Soccer Registration will take place at the Recreation Office during normal front counter hours (Monday-Friday, 12:00pm
-4:30pm) and online 24/7 during the entire month of JUNE. To register online, you must have an email address on file, and
a username and password (PIN). For first time users, this can be set-up by the Recreation Department. To get set-up with a
username and password, please e-mail us at recreation@ci.plymouth.mi.us or call us at (734)455-6620.

Fall Soccer Fees*:
Instructional 3v3 (4-6yrs.) $105* (City of Plymouth Residents $75*)
House Players 6v6 (7-8yrs.) $115* (City of Plymouth Residents $75*)
WSSL 6v6, 8v8, 11v11 (9-14yrs.) $125* (City of Plymouth Residents $80*)
*Fees subject to change
Soccer Age Division Listing - Fall 2014
Instructional - 3v3 Under 5 - Born Aug. 09 thru July 10, Under 6 - Born Aug. 08 thru July 09
House - 6v6 Under 7 - Born Aug. 07 thru July 08, Under 8 - Born Aug. 06 thru July 07
WSSL - 6v6 Under 9 - Born Aug. 05 thru July 06, Under 10 - Born Aug. 04 thru July 05
8v8 Under 11 - Born Aug. 03 thru July 04, Under 12 - Born Aug. 02 thru July 03
11v11 Under 13 - Born Aug. 01 thru July 02, Under 14 - Born Aug. 00 thru July 01
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SPECIAL EVENTS/KIDS CLASSES SPECIAL EVENTS/KIDS CLASSES SPECIAL EVENTS/KIDS CLASSES
5th Annual Golf Outing
Come out, enjoy a day of golf, network, have fun, and help fund recreation programs, supplies, equipment and facility
improvements in the community during the City of Plymouth Recreation 18 Hole Golf Outing.
Thursday, August 14, 2014, 9:30 a.m. Shotgun Start.
For $125 per person you will get a cart (2 per foursome), golf, door prize, awards, on course beverages, lunch,
dinner, 50/50 raffle, prize raffles, and memories!
For more information, or a registration form, visit www.ci.plymouth.mi.us/RecreationSpecialEvents.
Build and Learn With Bricks 4 Kidz (Ages 6-10)
This is a hands-on class where students will design and build machines, simple inventions and other constructions using Lego
bricks. While exploring engineering, architecture and physics, students will develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Each hour long class is a fun and enriching experience for your child. A new motorized model is built each week based on engaging
themes such as Laws of Motion, Gadgets and Gizmos, Sports, Energy, Famous buildings and more. Working with a partner, your
child will experience the hands-on fun of seeing a model come together piece by piece, from concept to completion. We will be
building all new models in this season.
Class # Day Time Dates Fees
421503.01 Tuesday 5:30-6:30pm March 11 - April 8 $85* (City of Plymouth Residents $70)*
421503.02 Tuesday 5:30-6:30pm April 29 - May 27 $85* (City of Plymouth Residents $70)*
Aerospace Engineering (Ages 7-12)
3-2-1 BLASTOFF! During each Aerospace Engineering class, students will design, create, test and refine a variety of flying
machines. They construct a shock absorbing system to protect fifteen marshmallow astronauts in a lunar vehicle, create parachutes,
airplanes, air-powered rockets and assemble a hot air balloon that actually takes flight!
Spring Session:
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
421514.01 Monday 4:30-6:00pm March 3 - April 7 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
Summer Session:
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
121514.01 Monday 4:30-6:00pm June 2 - July 7 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
Lego Robotics EV3 - Mindstorms (Ages 9-14)
Using the new Lego EV3 platform, students will learn to use their imagination to build a robot to accomplish specific tasks while
using sensors and motors. Programming is introduced and the students are encouraged to test their robots and make adjustments.
The final two challenges of Tug-of-War and Sumobots will use the skills the students learned during the previous 4 lessons.
Students will work in teams of 2 in order to work on team-building skills.
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
421515.01 Monday 6:30-8:00pm March 3 - April 7 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
421515.02 Tuesday 5:00-6:30pm April 29 - June 3 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
Chemical Engineering (Ages 7-12)
Chemical Engineering is designed to introduce students to the concepts of molecular composition, mixtures, compounds, and
fluids. Students will synthesize their own substances and explore the chemical properties of materials. They will create their own
play dough, explore chromatography while watching colors separate and will create their own ice cream and much more. *Allergy
Alert - Students will be handling flour, dairy, and food coloring during this course*
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
421516.01 Tuesday 7:00-8:30pm April 29 - June 3 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
Electronic Game Design - Platform Game (Ages 7-12)
Do you love Mario? Have you ever thought you could make a better game? In the Electronic Game Design, you will create the
background, obstacles and players. The student will receive a copy of their video game at the end of class on an Engineering for
Kids flash drive!
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
121512.01 Monday 6:30-8:00pm June 2 - July 7 $175 (City of Plymouth Resident $160)
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of family fun during this three-day festival! Highlights for this years
celebration, include:
Friday Night Movie Under the Stars featuring
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (rated PG)
Come Hungry! A very special appearance featuring the upscale
Food Trucks of Motor City Street Eats
New interactive demonstration by Multiple-World-Record-Holding
Balloon Sculptor, Tim Thurmond
Saturdays International Fest returns featuring talent inspired
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Exciting Carnival Rides
Fun Midway Games
Two Stages of Llve Lntertalnment
Americas Most Wanted Car Show
Market Place Vendors
Canton Llon Club's Annual Pancake 8reakfast
Canton Firefghters No. 2289 Charity
Spaghetti Dinner
Canton Rotary Clubs Adult Beverage Tent
Festival Grand Finale Fireworks
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6:30 8:30 pm both evenings
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January 10 - March 15
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Spring: April-June
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June 26-July 20
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June 16 to 19
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Face Offs
Goalie Coaching
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June 22, 29, July 13, 20, 27
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SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS
The Engineering of
Pirates (Ages 7-11)
Avast, me maties! Hop aboard and join Captain Kelvins
crew as students work together to engineer solutions of
everyday pirate problems. Students will explore the
concepts of buoyancy and surface area as they design
their pirate ships, make the fastest sails, and retrieve
sunken treasure from the deep! So, what say ye? Are ye
ready to sail the seas?
June 23 - 27 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.04
Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Survivor: Engineers Cove (Ages 7-12)
Welcome to Survivor: Engineers Cove! During this interactive and competitive 5 day camp, students will find themselves
stranded on an abandoned island filled with perilous obstacles - dark caves, wild animals, cold temperatures, little food, and
separation from the comforts of home. They will work collaboratively with their tribe members to compete against other tribes in
specific engineering-related projects aimed at trying to survive the harsh island conditions and escape to their freedom. Students will
explore the fields of electrical engineering, environmental engineering, aerospace engineering, and marine engineering as they design
and construct tools that will help them survive and eventually escape the island.
June 16-20 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.01 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Lego EV3: Rescue Robots (Ages 7-12)
During Rescue Robots, students will construct and program a robot to find and rescue people from natural disasters such as
earthquakes, avalanches, broken bridges, people lost in the woods and even the apocalypse!
June 16-20 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.02 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
The Engineering of Power and
Energy (Ages 7-11)
Todays engineers encounter a range of challenges when capturing
power and energy. How do we produce energy? How can we harness
power to help others? These questions and more are explored in The
Engineering of Power and Energy. Join us as students work together to
harness energy from some not-so-obvious sources, as well as explore
the powerful possibilities of kinetic and potential energy! The Engineering
of Power and Energy...where engineering becomes truly electrifying!
June 23 - 27 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.03 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
The Engineering of Cities
(Ages 9-12)
Do you have what it takes to engineer a city from the ground up?
Students will work together as a construction crew to design and build
magnificent cities from nothing but a little engineering and their own
imagination. The crew designs essential urban structures and solve real-
world challenges, such as developing a process to purify water and
generate electricity. Sign up to help your crew build the best city in
town!
July 7 - 11 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.05 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Minecrafting (Ages 6-10)
Experience the world of Minecraft with LEGO Bricks in this exciting new summer camp. Kids will start by crafting their shelters
and some of the mobs, critters and tools using LEGO Bricks. Campers will face new challenges each day building models and
crafting key elements from the popular Minecraft game.
July 7-11 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121503.04 Fees: $190 (City of Plymouth Residents $175)
Amusement Park (Ages 6-10)
Come and get your ticket to ride at Bricks 4 Kidz very own Amusement Park. Built completely with LEGO bricks, kids will have
a thrilling time creating their very own rides. They will learn how to make things spin, roll, turn and rock. Motorized models
maximize the action and fun. Some of the projects undertaken in this category are - Merry go round, Ferris wheel, Swing boat and
many more. This fun-filled hands-on camp will build problem solving skills and fundamentals of engineering.
June 23-27 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121503.03 Fees: $185 (City of Plymouth Residents $170)
The Engineering of
Medieval Times (Ages 9-12)
Here ye! Here ye! His Royal Highness King Kelvin bids
you join him on a quest for glory! In The Engineering of
Medieval Times, students unite as a noble house and
compete to build the grandest castle for all the land to
see! Joust your way to honor, engineer siege machines as
catapults and trebuchets, and battle your way to victory!
July 7 - 11 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.06
Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
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SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS
The Engineering of Food (Ages 9-12)
Create your very own food production company in this appetizing camp where students explore The Engineering of Food. Where does
food come from? How does it get from the source to the store? These questions and more are answered in a camp where students
team up in a competition to unlock the secrets of delicious desserts! Grab an apron and join the fun as we compete to create mouth-
watering treats!
July 21-25 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.10 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Out of This World Camp (Ages 9-12)
During Out of This World camp, students will explore three fields of engineering; aerospace, civil and chemical. Collaborating with
their space teams, they will design and construct a variety of projects that will enable mankind to safely inhabit the moon.
July 14-18 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.07 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Momentum Madness (Ages 9-12)
During Momentum Madness, students will explore four fields of engineering; industrial, electrical, mechanical and aerospace. They
will design and construct vehicles and safety mechanisms that will achieve the fastest speeds while maintaining safe racing conditions.
July 14-18 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.08 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
The Engineering of Travel (Ages 9-12)
Pack your bags engineers, and get ready for an adventure! Team up with others for a wild ride across the globe and beyond!
Students will carefully engineer vehicles that can traverse the most treacherous terrains, brave the highest seas and soar above the
clouds - are you up for the challenge? Grab your passports and catch a flight straight to Engineering for Kids - a truly unbelievable
journey!
July 21-25 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.09 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Yo-yo/Juggling Camp (Ages 8-14)
Learn to yo-yo or perfect your skills. Learn beginning juggling tricks too. Join United States Duncan Crew Toy demonstrator,
Jake Maloney, and the rest of the gang to learn new skill toy tricks and meet friends. At the end of the week show off your
new tricks in the novice or intermediate Camper Division at the Mideast Regional Yo-yo Contest held on Saturday, July 26 at
the Plymouth Cultural Center. Class fee includes a free yo-yo and the use of juggling equipment.
July 21-25 - Monday - Friday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Class # 121506.01 Fees: $45 (City of Plymouth Residents $30)
Remote Control Mania (Ages 6-10)
Making it move is the name of the game in this exciting Bricks 4 Kidz camp. Campers will love seeing their creations in motion
using LEGO wireless remote controls. Each day campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO components to create
dynamic vehicles, inventions, and more. As they enjoy the fun of building, campers will understand the basic working principles of
many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday lives. Campers will also learn how to magnify, diminish, and redirect force to
move objects at different speeds and in different directions. This camp is loads of fun and learning for budding builders.
July 28-August 1 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121503.06 Fees: $185 (City of Plymouth Residents $170)
Bricks 4 Kidz - Ninjago Camp (Ages 6-10)
Calling all Ninjago enthusiasts to join us for our new fun-filled camp inspired by the Ninjago Theme. Each day campers will be
building various models based on the Ninjago Theme. Campers will be playing Lego Ninja games and will be participating in
challenges.
July 14-18 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121503.05 Fees: $185 (City of Plymouth Residents $170)
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SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS SUMMER CAMPS
Lego Olympics (Ages 9-12)
During this camp, students design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events such as throwing a basketball,
shooting a puck into a hockey goal, and competing in a good old fashioned game of tug of war! Students use LEGO Robotics and
computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.
July 28-August 1 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121517.12 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Engineering Olympiad (Ages 9-12)
Who has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this five-day camp, students will separate into counties and will compete against
opposing counties in various tests of mental and creative strength. The students will earn medals throughout the week and will
endeavor to become the next great team of Olympians. During this Engineering Olympiad camp, students will explore the fields of
mechanical engineering, marine engineering, electrical engineering, and civil engineering as they participate in various challenges to
strengthen their minds.
July 28-August 1 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.11 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Heroes Week (Ages 9-12)
Its a bird, its a plane, its...Heroes Week! Students will join other engineers their age as they seek ways to protect the world
and save mankind in the process. They will join a league of heroes and will compete against other leagues by performing
engineering-related challenges, such as saving an ecosystem from a potentially lethal oil spill. Only one group will end the week
as the ultimate league of super heroes! During Heroes Week, students will explore the fields of environmental engineering, civil
engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering as they design and construct tools that will help them protect
the world, as all good superheroes do.
August 11-15 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.13 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Wreck It Week (Ages 9-12)
Smash! Crash! BOOM! Students in this camp will join Wrecking Companies for the week and will attempt to work their way up the
ranks of their company from Intern to President. They will compete against other wrecking companies in various engineering-related
challenges, such as building a bridge from balsawood and constructing safety mechanisms to protect a raw egg from impact. Put on
your safety goggles and join the fun!
August 18-22 - Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Class # 121517.15 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense (Ages 9-12)
An Invader Defense game is a video game genre in which the player controls their character from the third-person point of view.
Invader Defense games involve some sort of vehicle or armed person that has to defend a location from waves of enemies. The goal
is to eliminate an opposing hostile force. In this lesson the game is two-dimensional. The types of enemies in this game are only
limited by the creators imagination. Once all enemies have been eliminated, the player advances to the next engagement.
August 11-15 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm- 4:00pm
Class # 121517.14 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
Space Adventures Camp (Ages 6-10)
Inspired by NASA and Star Wars, Space Adventures camp at Bricks 4 Kidz has various models that will make your budding
astronauts imagination blast off! Each day, campers will build models using LEGO bricks related to the NASA space program
and learn about real life space exploration. Let Bricks 4 Kidz help you in launching your campers imagination to outer space and
beyond! Bricks 4 Kidz Space Adventures Camp provides the spark for imagination and creativity to take off on an adventure that is
out of this world! In addition, the day includes LEGO Star wars theme models, group games and challenges.
August 11-15 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Class # 121503.07 Fees: $185 (City of Plymouth Residents $170)
Electronic Game Design: Platform Game (Ages 9-12)
Do you love Mario? Have you ever thought you could make a better game? In the Electronic Game Design, you will create the background,
obstacles and players. The student will receive a copy of their video game at the end of class on an Engineering for Kids fl ash drive!
August 18-22 - Monday - Friday, 1:00pm- 4:00pm
Class # 121517.16 Fees: $240 (City of Plymouth Residents $225)
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DOG TRAINING DOG TRAINING DOG TRAINING
Community Dog Training Classes
Instructor: Judi Hales, Certified Dog Trainer with Trust & Obey Pawsitive Dog Training LLC
Designed specifically for the Plymouth Cultural Center, this 6-week program is a family-style class, kids welcome but
must be accompanied by an adult and mature enough to work with the dogs training, that uses positive reinforcement
in a relaxed setting. Your dog will be socialized with other dogs, trained, and will learn all the skills to make the time
invested a worthwhile and rewarding experience for your dog, yourself, and your family. Community Dog Training is an
introduction to Sit, Down, Stay, Coming When Called, Walking on a Loose Leash, and Leave It.

Written information provided for all classes. Bring collar, leash, and treats every week. Bring proof of vaccination or
letter from vet to first class. First day of class is a 1.5 hour orientation without the dogs.

All group classes are 6 weeks in length, and will take place one day a week for approximately 60 minutes.
All sessions will be held at the Plymouth Cultural Center.

Class Fees: $155.00 (City of Plymouth Residents $140)

For more information about the Basic Obedience class format, please contact Judi Hales at (734)718-3541.






SPRING SESSION 2
Tuesdays @ 7:15pm
April 29 - June 3 Class # 426506.02
SPRING SESSION 1
Tuesdays @ 7:15pm
March 4 - April 8 Class # 426506.01
SUMMER SESSION 1
Tuesdays @ 7:15pm
June 10 - July 22 Class # 126506.01
*No Class July 8

Fun with Fido:
Intermediate pre-agility, shaping & games.
This class is ideal if you want to move on to agility. The class teaches shaping, and introductions to non-regulation
agility equipment. There will also be some tricks and games at the end of each class. The class is also helpful for
somewhat skittish dogs, it builds their confidence and owners learn the proper way how to desensitize their dogs to
the equipment and other things as well.
Class Requirements: Basic Obedience with Positive Reinforcement methods preferred, but a good understanding
of sit-stay and down-stay is helpful. Dogs must not be overly reactive toward other dogs.
5 dogs maximum & 4 dogs minimum required. This class needs to have 4 students enrolled or it may be cancelled.
All sessions are 5 weeks in length, and will take place one day a week for approximately 60 minutes.
Class Fees: $140.00 (City of Plymouth Residents $125)

For more information about the Fun with Fido class format, please contact Judi Hales at (734)718-3541.
SPRING SESSION 1
Wednesdays @ 7:15pm
March 5 - April 2 Class #426513.01
SPRING SESSION 2
Wednesdays @ 7:15pm
April 9 - May 14 Class #426513.02
*No Class April 23
SUMMER SESSION 1
Wednesdays @ 7:15pm
June 25 - July 30 Class # 126513.01
*No Class July 9
SUMMER SESSION 2
Tuesdays @ 7:15pm
July 29 - September 9 Class # 126506.02
*No Class August 5
SPRING SESSION 3
Wednesdays @ 7:15pm
May 21 - June 18 Class # 426513.03
SUMMER SESSION 2
Wednesdays @ 7:15pm
August 6-Sept. 3 Class # 126513.02
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Tai Chi (Ages 14+)
Instructor: NWC Martial Arts

Learn the beautiful Chinese art of Tai Chi Chuan. The class offers a blend of training for the body, mind and spirit for
students ages 14 and above - but focusing on our senior citizens. The class will include instruction in the Tai Chi form,
Chi Kung (internal energy skill), meditation, and practical application and self-defense. Tai Chi will increase your fitness,
health, stamina, and flexibility, regardless of your experience or level of fitness. Help build your internal energy with the
power of Tai Chi! For more information call (734)502-5399.
Thursdays, 9:00am - 10:30am
Spring Sessions:
Class # Dates Fees
425212.03 March 6 - April 24 $65 (City of Plymouth Residents $50)
425212.04 May 8 - June 26 $65 (City of Plymouth Residents $50)

Summer Session:
Class # Dates Fees
125212.03 July 10 - August 28 $65 (City of Plymouth Residents $50)
MARTIAL ARTS MARTIAL ARTS MARTIAL ARTS
Kung Fu (Ages 6+)
Instructor: NWC Martial Arts
Martial arts training for children and adults that teaches Chinese Kung Fu basics (stances, strikes, blocks, kicks, and how
to fall and roll safely), form and application, practical self-defense and weapons training. We help students develop
physically and mentally, we build self-esteem, self-awareness, and self-discipline. We teach in a traditional environment that
allows students to learn at their own pace. We offer youth and adult programs. Students are required to wear black
uniforms that can be purchased in class for $50.
For more information, please call (734)502-5399.
Tuesdays, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Spring Sessions:
Class # Dates Fees
425211.01 March 4 - April 22 $75 (City of Plymouth Residents $60)
425211.02 May 6 - June 24 $75 (City of Plymouth Residents $60)

Summer Session:
Class # Dates Fees
125211.01 July 1 - August 26 $75 (City of Plymouth Residents $60)
*No Class August 5th
Little Ninjas Karate (Ages 4-5)
Instructor: Kids Power Karate
The Little Ninjas Karate Program is an introductory karate class specifically designed for children ages 4 and 5. It
focuses on teaching children 8 important main life skills: Focus, Memory, Teamwork, Discipline, Self-Control, Fitness,
Balance, and Coordination. All this is achieved through exciting and fun games and activities! Wear loose fitting clothes.
A responsible adult must remain in attendance during class.
Wednesdays, 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Class # Dates Fees
421213.01 March 5 - April 9 $45 (City of Plymouth Residents $30)
421213.02 May 14 - June 18 $45 (City of Plymouth Residents $30)
All classes are held at the Cultural Center unless
otherwise stated.
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Adult Slow Flow Yoga (Ages 18+)
This gentle flow yoga class will improve posture and balance as you increase strength, flexibility and body awareness. Make
time for YOU. Learn how to relax, relieve stress, focus and breathe. We will incorporate a gentle flow of movement and
breath with a focus on form and mindfulness. Each class will end with guided meditation and relaxation, a great start to the
rest of your day!
Class # Days Times Dates Fees
423201.01 Tuesday 6:30-7:45pm March 4 - April 29 $116 (City of Plymouth Resident $101)
*No Class March 11
423201.02 Wednesday 8:30-9:45am March 5 - April 30 $116 (City of Plymouth Resident $101)
*No Class March 12
423201.03 Friday 8:30-9:45am March 7 - May 2 $104 (City of Plymouth Resident $89)
*No Class March 14 & April 18
423201.04 Tuesday 6:30-7:45pm May 6 - June 24 $116 (City of Plymouth Resident $101)
423201.05 Wednesday 8:30-9:45am May 7 - June 25 $116 (City of Plymouth Resident $101)
423201.06 Friday 8:30-9:45am May 9 - June 27 $116 (City of Plymouth Resident $101)
Introduction to Bellydance (Ages 15+)
Learn to move gracefully and have fun while improving strength and flexibility. One of the worlds oldest dance forms,
bellydance helps build a strong core and provides gentle cardio conditioning in a fun and supportive environment. You will
learn basic belly dance technique and limited choreography - No dance experience required, all are welcome! Attire: yoga
pants, sweatpants, tanks, comfortable clothes. Socks, dance shoes, or bare feet are best.
For more information contact Christina at raqyourbodybellydancing@gmail.com.
Spring Sessions:
Class # Day Time Dates Fees
425202.01 Monday 7:00-800pm March 3 - April 14 $75 (City of Plymouth Residents $60)
*No Class March 10th
425202.02 Monday 7:00-8:00pm April 28 - June 16 $85 (City of Plymouth Residents $70)
*No Class May 26th
Summer Session:
Class # Day Time Dates Fees
125202.01 Monday 7:00-800pm June 23 - July 28 $75 (City of Plymouth Residents $60)
Pilates (Ages 13+)
Regardless of your age, shape, weight, or level of fitness, YOU can do Pilates! Improve your self-image! Look & feel fit!
Flatten your ABS, reduce stress, improve flexibility & posture. Pilates will strengthen muscles that support the spine and
joints, while eliminating the pounding accompanying other types of exercise. Exercises can be modified to assist new
students or challenge experienced students. Wear exercise clothing and bring a mat (thicker than a yoga mat) and towel to
class. Small equipment will be used to enhance the workouts.
Class # Day Time Dates Fees
423205.01 Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm April 30 - June 25 $89 (City of Plymouth Residents $74)
Awareness Thru Movement (Ages 15+)
Vitality, Sensuality & Youthfulness/The 9 Essentials
Based on the work of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais & Anat Baniel
Since most of us now expect to outlive our parents generation, the challenge is now less about surviving and more about
thriving. Are we truly meant to reach our full height and strength in our twenties and then begin the decline of the aging
process with loss of mental clarity and increasing aches, pains, and stiffness? Absolutely not!
Combining ancient wisdom with sciences latest discoveries in brain neuro-plasticity, through Awareness Through
Movement...Transformational Movement lessons you can eliminate aches & pains, increase mental & physical flexibility,
boost strength & energy, enhance & revitalize sensuality as you move towards greater grace, joy & wisdom in daily life.
Class # Day Time Dates Fees
423210.01 Thursday 7:30-9:00pm March 13 - April 17 $116 (City of Plymouth Residents $101)
423210.02 Thursday 7:30-900pm April 24 - May 29 $116 (City of Plymouth Residents $101)
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SENIOR PROGRAMS SENIOR PROGRAMS SENIOR PROGRAMS
Plymouth Community
Senior Transportation
Transportation is available to senior citizen residents, living
in the City of Plymouth or Charter Township of Plymouth.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling the
Plymouth Community Senior Transportation office.
For questions, more info, or to make a reservation, please
call the office at: 734-459-8888
Senior Exercise
The City of Plymouth and
instructor Ellie Piercy run a bi-
weekly aerobics/exercise class that
is geared for the participant to go at
his/her own rate. Please bring a
mat. Hand weights are optional.

Mondays & Wednesdays,
9:00am - 10:30am, $1.50 per class
Senior Bridge Groups


Party Bridge: Thursdays, 12:30pm - 3:45pm
Cost: Fees vary per game
Duplicate Bridge:* Tuesdays & Wednesdays,
11:30am - 3:00pm
*This is an advanced group and you will need
to bring a partner.
Plymouth Community
Council on Aging (PCCA)
The Plymouth Community Council on Aging is a nonprofit
corporation organized to coordinate programs which promote
and safeguard the independence and well being of senior citizens
in the greater Plymouth community. The PCCA office is located
at 201 S. Main Street Plymouth, MI 48170.
For more information contact Bobbie Pummill
at 734-453-1234, ext 236.
Free - Senior Wii Bowling
Wii bowling attracts the feeling and effect of being in a real
bowling alley, but without the oil for the alleys to get players dirty.
Wednesdays, 11:30a.m. 2:00p.m.,
For more information call the Plymouth Community Council on
Aging at (734)453-1234 x236 or the Plymouth Community Senior
Transportation Office at (734)459-8888.
Senior Chair Exercise
There are numerous benefits of practicing chair exercises for seniors,
including; improved vitality and range of motion, pain relief,
cognitive improvement, increased circulation, increased muscle
strength and healthier aging! Bring a band or purchase for $5.
Tuesdays, 9:30a.m. 10:30a.m., $1.50 per class
For more information please call (734)453-1234 ext. 236.
Senior Woodcarving
A woodcarving class for seniors
takes place at the Plymouth Cultural
Center on
Monday mornings from
9am-12pm.
The sessions are informal and are on a
drop-in basis.
Cost: $1.50 per class

We offer Birthday Party Packages, Lessons, Speed Skating, Fundraisers, School
& Church Functions, Overnighters, Preschool Skating and much more FUN!
City of Plymouth Recreation
525 Farmer Street
Plymouth, MI 48170


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