Ice Skating at Mill Pond
Admission is free. Skates available for free use. Warming shelter with benches. Restroom available.More info >
9th-Grade Information Night
Eighth-graders and their parents/guardians are encouraged to attend the upcoming 9th-Grade Parent Information Night at Plymouth High School.Plymouth High School >
Reading Is Snow Much Fun
Learn about the importance of literacy and reading by creating your child’s own snowman reading buddy and other winter-themed activities. Register with Family Resource Center by Jan. 21.Event info >
Join Girl Scouts
All girls in grades K-12 and their parents are invited to learn more about Girl Scouts, and enjoy winter fun! Questions? Contact: Abby Weber at 920-565-4575 or email@example.comMore info >
Project Angel Hugs Valentines
Project Angel Hugs is seeking valentines to children touched by cancer. Cards can be handmade, store-bought, or computer-generated.Informational flier >
Snow shoeing is a great way to stay active and social. Register with Generations by contacting Emily 920-892-4858 x302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.More info >
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday. Players of all ages and experience levels welcome. Instructors will be on hand for beginners, and a number of boards will be available for use.New library programs >
Free Film: "Call of the Wild"
This PG-13 movie, based on a novel of the same name by Jack London, follows a sled dog who struggles for survival in the wilds of the Yukon. Register with Community Ed & Rec by Jan. 25.Free Films info >
Join other parents and children at this parent-supervised free play. A brief activity also will be available. Register with Community Ed & Rec.Registration for Playgroup >
This is a skill-development camp for grades 1-12 designed to improve player performance while still having fun. Register with Plymouth Soccer Club.