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PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY'S OUT OF THIS WORLD FEAST TAKES PATRONS ON A LITERARY FOOD FIELD TRIP
Plymouth Public Library (PPL) is partnering with the American Library Association (ALA) and PBS's Great American Read to present an "Out of This World Feast" on Saturday, September 15th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Laramore meeting rooms at PPL.
Five literary worlds were chosen to be represented at the "Out of This World Feast," which include: Alice in Wonderland, The Joy Luck Club, The Godfather, Game of Thrones, and Pride and Prejudice.
Each literary world will showcase free food samplings and photo opportunities for all who participate that day. At the end of the taste testing, patrons will be asked to vote on which world's cuisine they liked the best.
"It was hard to pick just five!" said Nathan Mayer, Adult Circulation Supervisor at PPL. "There were 100 books on the Great American Read booklist, but I think we narrowed it down to five interesting choices," he said.
Plymouth Public Library was 1 of only 50 libraries across the nation to receive a grant from PBS and ALA to participate in The Great American Read, an eight-part television series that explores and celebrates the power of reading. Told through America's 100 best-loved novels (as chosen in a national survey), the series is comprised of a two-hour launch episode in which the list of 100 books is revealed. Five one-hour theme episodes will follow and examine concepts common to groups of books on the list. The finale will then announce the results of a nationwide vote to choose America's best-loved book. The series is the centerpiece of an ambitious multi-platform digital, educational, and community outreach campaign that is designed to get the country reading and talking passionately about books.
Plymouth High School Pitching Camp
The Plymouth High School coaching staff will be conducting a pitching and
catching camp on Monday’s throughout the month of September. Camp will be held on the following Monday’s, September 10th, 17th, 24th, and October 1st. The camp will run from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. and is open to any player in the area. The cost of the camp is $50 and is limited to the first 50 players in grades 4-12.
Camp Location – Bill Nixon Field in Centennial Park – Plymouth High School Field.
*IF CANCELLED- CHECK PLYMOUTH BASEBALL WEBSITE OR ON TWITTER @Plymouth_base
You may also print off camp registration online at the PLYMOUTH BASEBALL WEBSITE.
Pitching Camp will cover: Catching Camp will cover:
- Pitching Mechanics
- Throwing Drills
- Changeup and Curveball Drills
- Off Season Conditioning
The Marshall County Historical Society & Tri Kappa Sorority are hosting a “A Night to Remember” in downtown Plymouth on Friday evening, September 14 from 5-7 p.m.! Experience Old-Fashioned Days in downtown Plymouth the way it used to be with visits to J. C. Penney, the Rees, Powell’s Hardware, People’s Drug Store, Wards, Bosworth’s, and the Bee Hive! Tickets to the fundraiser are $10 and include a history presentation at each stop, and refreshments like hot buttered popcorn at the Rees or a root beer float at People’s Drug Store. Tickets are available at the Marshall County Museum, 123 N. Michigan St., in Plymouth. For more information call (574) 936-2306.
EXPLORING DRAWING CLASSES
New Creations Offers 2018 Fall Art Classes for Students ages 6-14 in Plymouth.
Gloria Seitz, a certified K-12 art teacher, will be teaching classes on the topic of BASIC DRAWING. This seven week class will study the basic elements of shape, completing a series of drawing exercises, a detailed drawing and a variety of projects covering foundational drawing. Pencils, colored pencils, and markers will be used.
CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON SEPTEMBER 13 AND END NOVEMBER 8 with the art festival on Monday, November 12 at 7 p.m. There will be a two week fall break from October 8-19.
Tuesday classes meet at Crossroads Church on Oak Drive in Plymouth. Ages 6-10 will meet from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Ages 9-14 will meet from 4:45-5:45 p.m.
The cost for the seven week classes is $80 for the first child and $5 LESS for each additional child. You will save $5 on the total cost (not per student) if you pay by September 4. Cost includes supplies (except sketch book, erasers, pencil, rulers, and folder: These you will need to purchase), room rental, and Art Festival. The Art Festival will be held on Monday, November 12.
Please call, text or email me before you sign up to confirm there is room in the class (574-315-1858).You will need to register online www.newcreationsart.com then print out a registration form on line and mail it (address on form). If you want to save $5 mail payment in at least a week before the class begins. Classes do fill up, so be sure to get your registration in early.