The Plymouth Community Arts Council and the Downtown Development Authority, through a partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts, have brought a public art sculpture to Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth. 88.1 the Park’s News Director, Daniel Schoenherr, spoke with the Executive Director of the PCAC, Lisa Howard, about the new sculpture.
The Michigan Philharmonic will kick off their 76th season on Saturday October 2, with the Blockbuster Birthday Bash Concert at Salem Auditorium. 88.1 the Park’s, Bill Keith, spoke with the Executive Director of the Michigan Philharmonic, Beth Stewart, about the concert and plans for this new season of shows.
Forever After Productions is a theatre company based at Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex. They’ve been providing performing arts education and entertainment in our community since 2009. 88.1 the Park’s, Elise Taylor, spoke with Founder and Executive Director, Debby Ash, about their offerings and opportunities.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools are implementing COVID-19 Mitigation policies including mask wearing this fall. 88.1 the Park’s, Sumedha Sethi, spoke with P-CCS Nurse Manager, Patrice Williams, about the steps the district is taking to keep students and staff safe.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s Lightning Robotics Team is one of the top high school robotics programs in the world. High school students can join the team and learn about engineering, business management, marketing and leadership. 88.1 the Park’s, Avneet Pandher, Lightning Robotics’ Advisor and Teacher, Jay Obsniuk, about the opportunities available for students.