Discover Plymouth Celebrates Community and Local Business
The city of Plymouth is gearing up for its second annual Discover Plymouth event.
Visitors will have the chance to watch Mayor Jeff Wosje’s live State of the City address.
Attendees can also chat with city staff from various departments and learn about recreation programs, volunteer opportunities, environmentally friendly practices, city services, and more.
“We’ll have water resources here, we’ll have engineering and public safety,” said Jessica Koch, Plymouth Recreation Supervisor. “You can also get a taste of everything else, whether it’s a non-profit organization that has volunteer opportunities or local businesses where you can check out their services.”
The Community Center parking lot will host a touch-a-truck exhibit, where attendees can get an up-close look at a variety of large equipment and vehicles from the Public Works Department, Parks & Forestry Division, and Public Safety Department.
Touch-a-Truck, Inflatables and Crafts
There will also be a kids area with inflatables, crafts, and other fun activities.
An indoor market will host local vendors selling handmade items, as well as other goods and services.
“We’ll have over twenty marketplace vendors who’ll offer anything from homemade pastas, honey, to homemade garden art,” stated Koch.
Food trucks will also be on hand for visitors to grab a bite to eat.
Discover Plymouth will take place at the Plymouth Community Center on Saturday, April 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public.
For more details visit: www.plymouthmn.gov/discoverplymouth