Overcast   62.0F  |  Forecast »

Plymouth Fall Festival

Year 56 of this annual community event happening in downtown Plymouth promises fun for the whole family Sept. 9-11, 2011

Get details on the 2012 Plymouth Fall Festival here.

Downtown Plymouth is hoppin' once again, and this time it's to celebrate the Plymouth Fall Festival!

For three days – Sept. 9-11, 2011 – kids and adults alike can join in on the fun, which includes a craft show, car show, taste fest, live entertainment and carnival.

The festival happens noon-11 p.m. Friday, 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free, but there are a few costs, including ride tickets that are $5/four tickets and wristbands priced at $25.

See the Metro Parent listing for more on the 2011 Plymouth Fall Festival.

Check out more featured events or our Calendar of cool things to do in southeast Michigan:

Good Old Days Festival in Richmond

Art & Apples Festival in Rochester

Add your comment:
Advertisement

More »Latest Articles & Blog Posts

Michigan Education Improves, Poverty Grows, Kids Count Says

Michigan Education Improves, Poverty Grows, Kids Count Says

The 2014 Annie E. Casey Foundation study finds promising trends for preschool attendance and high-school graduation, but notes struggles with child poverty.

Zucchini Recipes: Ways to Incorporate Veggies Into Your Diet

Zucchini Recipes: Ways to Incorporate Veggies Into Your Diet

Is your garden overflowing with this vegetable? Try making cheesy zucchini bites, zucchini fries or any of these recipes.

Beach Towel and Picnic Blanket Caddy Craft

Beach Towel and Picnic Blanket Caddy Craft

Looking for an easy, compact way to tote those summer necessities? You're in luck! This simple sewing project makes carting your fabric accessories a breeze.

Socialite Returns Adopted Child to Orphanage for Crying

Socialite Returns Adopted Child to Orphanage for Crying

After only one night in, Romanian socialite Monica Gabor took her adopted son back to the orphanage because the child was too distressed.

Medication Mistakes Common and Dangerous, New Study Finds

Medication Mistakes Common and Dangerous, New Study Finds

Recent findings published in Pediatrics show that nearly 40 percent of parents make measuring errors for their kid's medicine. Why is this happening and what can you do to prevent it?

Craft Roundup: Fun Summer Projects for Kids

Craft Roundup: Fun Summer Projects for Kids

Beat vacation boredom with these four cool ideas from blogs, including Popsicle holders, printable sewing cards, jellyfish handprint bookmarks and more.

5 Tips to Get Your Kids Interested in Cooking

5 Tips to Get Your Kids Interested in Cooking

From picking out ingredients to concocting their own culinary creations, here are a few ways to encourage your children to help out in the kitchen.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement