April 13, 20; May 1, 2, 2021
Music, All Ages
The newly rescheduled dates are: Tuesdays, April 13 and April 20th at 7:30pm and Saturday, May 1st at 7:30pm and Sunday, May 2nd at 2:30pm
The Plymouth Arts Center is pleased to present “Sentimental Journey in Song,” a live musical concert featuring the group Celtic Folk. The four shows will include a wide variety of Americana, English, and Irish music beginning with the 1940’s through today. Songs like “Twilight Time, Mrs. Robinson, Make You Mine, Seven Drunken Nights and Whiskey in the Jar” will surely get ones foot tapping. The concert features vocalists Tom Clegg, Julie Henze, Neal Horneck, Kerrylynn Kraemer, and Roy Schwab, under the direction of Clegg and Kraemer with accompaniment by the Celtic Folk musicians, Tom Armstrong, Laura Henze, and Mike Slupski. Tickets (advance only) are $13 for adults and children 12 and under are $5. Tax is included. Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Call (920) 892-8409 or visit our website:www.plymoutharts.org. PAC Box office hours are: Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm. Closed on Mondays and holidays. The show is sponsored by Masters Gallery, Paul and Kathy Sartori, and the Wisconsin Arts Board.
The group Celtic Folk originated in 2013 at the Plymouth Arts Center under the direction of co-creators/directors, Kraemer and Clegg. Their first production was “Celtic Christmas” in 2013. The success of this show encouraged the directors to design additional shows: Celtic Christmas in 2014, 2017, 2019, and 2020; “Memories” in 2017 and “History” in 2019. Later this year, “Celtic Christmas 2021” will be presented at the Plymouth Arts Center, Nov. 18-21.
The Plymouth Arts Center is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization solely supported through memberships, fundraisers, business and individual donations, grants and sponsorships. The mission of the PAC is….to enliven the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all, by providing diverse experiences in the arts. For more information or a full schedule of events, please visit the PAC at 520 E. Mill Street, downtown Plymouth, WI or the website: www.plymoutharts.org
Saturday, May 29, 2021
Community Event, All Ages
Please join us for the Plymouth Gateway Arch Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Celebration! The Plymouth Advancement Association, in partnership with the Plymouth Arts Center, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, and Plymouth Historical Society, invites the community to attend “From Cheeseville to the Cheese Capital of the World.” This celebration to dedicate the Plymouth Gateway Arch and restored Railroad Trestle, will be held in historic downtown Plymouth, Wisconsin, Saturday, May 29th from 10am to 3pm (with a rain date of Sun. May 30.) Admission for this fun, family event is free.
Sargento, Bank First , McKenzie Financial , Huberty , Cow Country Radio Station , SUPPORTING SPONSORS , Antoinette’s Casual Dining , The Cheese Counter , Deo’s Pizzeria & Pub , Knosh Eatery & Catering , Quit Qui Oc Golf Club & Restaurant , Inn on Hillwind B & B , Parker John’s BBQ & Pizza , Blind Horse Restaurant & Winery , Lake Street Cafe , The Hub Coffeehouse & Studio Cafe , The Fig and the Pheasant , Red Shorts Cafe ,
June 4-5, 2021
Art, All Ages
Click Here for a Printable PDF Spring Art Tour Guide More than 40 artists at 16 different venues await you this spring for the 7th Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour. You’ll have a chance to meet painters, potters, furniture makers; fiber, glass, metal and leather artists, photographers and more. There will be demos, door prizes, and the opportunity to purchase original, fine art directly from the artists who created it. Admission is free!