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We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
Plymouth Cultural Center
525 Farmer St.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6464
Plymouth, MI  48170
United States
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Plymouth's Fall Festival takes place the weekend of September 8 - 10, 2017 in downtown Plymouth. This event which draws more than 50,000 people into the community during the weekend was started by Rotary 62 years ago. Rotarian, Eric Joy, who leads the festival shares that "This is an event for and by this community. These are civic groups and volunteers who make it all happen. The Rotary Club started it more than 60 years ago and it has retained that spirit of cooperation." Check out the numerous activities which take place in Kellogg Park and the surrounding areas at the Fall Festival website and the booklet.  
Be sure to enjoy our famous chicken BBQ on Sunday September 10 starting at 11 am until supplies last. You can pick up your chicken at the Gathering and enjoy it with many others in Kellogg Park or at our take out  location at West Middle School. Tickets are $12 presale or $14 the day of the BBQ. Tickets will be available at the Rotary booths (better known as the dog houses) located at Penniman & Main Street and Ann Arbor Trail & Main Street on Friday and Saturday and at the event on Sunday.

We thank our hard working Rotary BBQ committee lead by chairman Rich Eisimiger, and his team Ken Jenkins, Brandon Bunt, Gary Stolz, Jeff Stella, Mike Muma, Andy Savage and club president Kent Early for their leadership!  
The restoration of a 50 year old Plymouth monument is the Rotary Club of Plymouth's contribution to the City of Plymouth's 150th anniversary, with a community celebration scheduled during the annual Plymouth Fall Festival. Our Rotary Club invites you to a celebration in honor of the restoration of an important piece of Plymouth history. This event will take place at the Plymouth Rock on Friday September 8 at 5 pm. Light refreshments will be provided.
Located on Main Street, between the Plymouth District Library and City Hall, the rock was donated by Plymouth, England, to our community in 1967 in celebration of the city's 100th anniversary. In an expression of civic pride, this monument to international friendship was erected by the past mayors of Plymouth.
The Rotary Club of Plymouth, restored the rock and collaborated with a number of companies to create civic pride for an historic landmark for everyone to enjoy.  Unilock, a paver manufacturer, provided new pavers to create a handicap accessible walkway to view the rock. Christensen's Plant Center in Plymouth, a local wholesaler managed by a Rotary member, provided transportation of the pavers to Plymouth. Serene Landscape Group, a Plymouth landscaping company also managed by a Rotary member, installed the pavers as well as design assistance. And thanks to the City of Plymouth's Department of Municipal Services for cleaning the Plymouth monument and Merrit Cieslak Design who provided the architectural design for this project.
The Rotary Club of Plymouth provided project management, and Rotarians funded installation of energy efficient LED ground lighting, which was installed by B&C Ten Air, an electrical company.
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