News and Upcoming Events
Set in pre-Civil Rights Mississippi, Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League is the story of two young mothers, Hazel and Vida – one wealthy and white and the other poor and black – who have only two things in common: the devasting loss of their children, and the deep and abiding loathing for one another. Forced to spend time together, the two women find they have more in common than they thought, and they turn the town on its head.
In its seventh year, PLYMOUTHREADS promotes public literacy and participation through an annual book selection. Copies of Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League are available at the Plymouth library.
Check out our calendar for all the upcoming events.
Calling All Artists! – Seeking Art Instructors
City of Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department is looking for talented artists with unique class ideas that they would like to share. Bring your talent and passion for your art to our community program offerings.
Present a proposal with your class ideas and the supportive staff will help you come up with a class fee and class times, and will take care of your advertising and sign ups.
If you have a gift for fine art or crafts and would like to teach, please contact Recreation Supervisor, Alyssa Krumholz at email@example.com
Musician Wanted for Plymouth Concert Band Click for details.
For inquiries about the Plymouth Concert Band please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant Applications: PAC offers one annual grant per organization in support of all arts disciplines Click for details.