These are the perfect days to splash at local splash pads! It’s August in southeast Michigan, and that often means heat, humidity, and a few thunderstorms here and there. This year, however, we’ve had absolutely picture-perfect weather! In fact, this past week has been day after day of about 82 degrees and lots of sunshine. […]
If you guessed that the green grass under the snowman isn’t quite right, you’d be correct. We’ve had some unseasonably warm December days in southeast Michigan and that white stuff just hasn’t shown up yet. Care to guess when the first real snowfall will be? Stay tuned!
It truly is a wonderful time of year in Kellogg Park in beautiful downtown Plymouth Michigan. The annual Walk of Trees showcases the talents of our community’s residents, businesses, organizations, scout troops and others. This year, a total of 49. Wish we could feature every single one of them here!
A picture perfect autumn moment in downtown Plymouth Michigan!
Oh yes, we’ve got youth athletics in Canton Michigan (and in every one of our neighboring communities). Just about every day of the week you can find our local parks and fields being used for baseball, softball, soccer, and football. And we’ve got a great fans too!
Downtown Plymouth Michigan’s Community Fall Festival runs each year on the weekend after Labor Day. Great food, entertainment, booths, artisans, and a carnival right in the middle of town make for an amazing weekend for all ages!
We’ve had a lot of summer fun in Canton Michigan – wet summer fun, that is! This is the splash pad at Heritage Park, next to The Summit . When the sun was hot, the water was not!
No, you don’t have to travel far to feel this kind of peace! Age-old trees, a pond, wildlife … all this and more at Plymouth Township Park in Plymouth Michigan … alson known to the locals as “McClumpha Park”.
There’s a lot to love about Canton, Michigan. Sparkling spring days like this one are near the top of the list! This great shot was captured at the award-winning Canton Public Library.
You know it’s officially spring in downtown Plymouth Michigan when the fountain is turned on in Kellogg Park!