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Downtown Plymouth - ib4e Writing Solutions
Winter 2007-2008
Downtown Plymouth
guide
Downtown Events
Shopping
Dining
Pull-Out Walking Map
Elegant Dining or Casual Elegance
380 South Main Street
Downtown Plymouth
734.416.9340
Mon.-Thur. 5pm-11pm
Fri. Sat. 5pm-12am
Sun. available for private parties
Private room available for Corporate
parties, showers rehearsal dinners, etc.
every day including Sundays!
www.fiammagrille.com
350 South Main Street
Downtown Plymouth
734.416.0100
Mon. 11am-10pm
Tues. Wed. 11am-11pm
Thurs. Fri. 11am-12am
Sat. 11am-12am
Sun. 1pm-10pm
www.comparisdining.com
Holiday Parties
Family Gatherings
welcome
Santa and Thomas
Kinkade are at Parkside
Gallery, page 2
Feel energized in
four minutes, visit ROM
Fitness Studio, page 11
Savor the taste of
Irish fare at Sean
O‘Callaghan’s, page 9
Create a unique
wish list at Dearborn
Jewelers, page 3
Learn to live life
pain free at Whitaker
Therapy, page 4
See what’s Unique at
B.E. Unique Co.,
page 10
Add style at Salon 550;
Hair Extensions by
Paris Hilton, page 11
Soothe your aching
feet at Associates in
Podiatry of Michigan,
page 10
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On our cover: Plymouth residents Scott & Jenny Stevens,
the Hewitt family, and the Knisely-Robertson family.
The Historic Penn theatre, a unique single-screen
cinema experience, featuring current second-run movies,
independent films, classic film festivals, and occasional live
musical performances.
Jenny Steven’s hair by Salon Awesome’s Rachelle Frydle.
Editors: Sherrie Pryor and John Buzuvis
Art Director: Julie Nyhus, Nyhus Graphic Design
Photographer: Jack Kenny
Writer: Luanne Smulsky
Layout Coordinator: Gale Shaver
For Advertising: contact the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority
831 Penniman Avenue, Plymouth, MI 48170-1688, 734.455.1453
SHOP
DOWNTOWN
PLYMOUTH
Pick up a Perks Card
and enjoy special
offers from Downtown
shops & restaurants.
See page 8.
©2007 Downtown Plymouth. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole
or part without prior written permission is strictly prohibited.
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picturesque
Can You Hear the
Rolling Surf?
Mia Bella Baby &
Mommy-to-Be
Boutique
These Karito Kids are a
gift within a gift. Every
purchase comes with its
own secret code so kids
can visit the Karito website,
enter the code, and direct
3% of the sale to their
favorite cause within
“Plan,” a children’s charity.
(734) 737-9879
Certainly the northern Michigan sights
are overwhelmingly beautiful – pristine
lakeshores, national parks abound with
vibrant colors. But have you ever stopped
to listen to the unique sounds – the call of
falcons; the breeze through undisturbed,
natural terrains; the surf rolling into shore?
Gerald Hug wants to help you hear those
sounds. He’s not a salesperson looking to
sell the latest product; he’s an audiologist
excited to go to work everyday. “I don’t have
a job – it’s more of a hobby. It’s fun to help
improve someone’s quality of life.”
After taking his first audiology college
course, Hug was hooked. He’s still educating
himself (receiving his doctorate next year)
so his patients are guaranteed the latest
medical advancements. Hug’s philosophy
is simple: if your quality of life is impacted
by hearing loss, treat the loss. Great strides
in technology have resulted in cosmetically
appealing aids that process softer
sounds louder, and louder sounds softer
– something your grandfather’s hearing aid
couldn’t do.
● Visit HUG Center for Hearing.
You’ll hear what you should
hear – including those rhythmic,
soothing sounds of the Lake
Michigan shores.
HUG Center for Hearing (734) 451-0800
sideways...
a friendly place
where eclectic meets
elegant and where
a premium is placed
on unique products
“Dogwood Chapel” by Thomas Kinkade
“Cobblestone Evening” by Thomas Kinkade
Parkside Gallery Celebrating 27 years in Plymouth!
Parkside Gallery offers an extensive selection of
artwork, including Thomas Kinkade – America’s most
widely distributed living artist – convenient layaway
programs, art-on-approval, and custom framing.
(734) 455-3400
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at a good value.
m-f: 10am-9pm
sat: 10am-6pm
sun: 12am-5pm
all year
(734) 453-8312
Celebrate Life’s Beautiful Moments
at Dearborn Jewelers
For years, Plymouth residents Matt & Teri Allen dreamed of
relocating Dearborn Jewelers (DJ) here. In 2003 that dream
became a reality, and Teri continues her 30-year tradition of hand
selecting every piece: “I like working with unique designers.
I like hand-finished pieces, fine craftsmanship, the richer color
of 18K gold.”
“Teri has an eye for quality and design like no one else,”
Matt boasts.
Entering DJ, you’re not only awed by beautiful things, you’re
immediately eased by an inviting atmosphere. Customers are
welcomed as special guests by the Allens, Teri’s brother, Nick,
and their staff.
While all of the DJ collections are
uniquely beautiful – from platinum bridal
to exotic color sapphires – what’s most
eye-popping are their rare diamonds.
According to Matt, “Our signature rounds
are cut/polished to the highest world
standards. The difference is measurable:
we use ‘Isee2’ technology to calculate
brilliance, scintillation, and symmetry.”
Loyal customers are invited to special
events, like Ladies Glamour Night and the
popular Men’s Panic Party complete with
pizza, beer, and free gift wrapping the
week before Christmas.
Stop in ... treat yourself!
Dearborn Jewelers (734) 737-9525
● Dearborn Jewelers features colorful
“rainbow” sapphires like these, intensely
brilliant Lucere diamonds, and natural,
fancy-colored diamonds by Uneek.
Penniman Gallery
These intensely colored,
hand-painted glass
vases by Amia aren’t
the only light-infused
art you’ll find at this
unique shop, where
manufactured goods
are a no-no. Stop by
and be “wowed” by
an eclectic mix of
artist-inspired work.
(734) 455-5531
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relaxing
L EATHER
BY
LEE
Finely Crafted Leather Upholstery
Haven
City • Country • Cottage
Featuring LEE Furniture,
crafters of fine furniture
since 1969. Interior home
furnishings and accessories,
plus unique gift items for
the home. Commercial
and residential design
services also
available.
863 Penniman
(734) 454-6562
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Whitaker Therapy Brings
Hope to Pain Sufferers
After every imaginable medical test, doctors
were baffled as to why Meggan Kantz was
experiencing severe foot pain. Parker
Whitaker, a muscle/pain therapist here in
Plymouth, wasn’t.
“Parker immediately treated me for
a pinched nerve using muscle-release
technique (MRT). I walked out of his clinic
without pain and went from running
3 miles to 26 within a couple of months.”
With a background in clinical massage and
extensive MRT training, Whitaker is helping
people live pain-free. His clients range
from 80-somethings to Ironman tri-athletes,
and the less time he spends with them, the
happier he is.
“That may seem counter-intuitive to
running a business,” says Whitaker, “but
my goal is to see people as few times as
possible. If I can help someone in one
session – which happens frequently –
then I consider myself successful.”
MRT originated in Europe, and is medically proven to increase athletic
performance and improve injury-healing time. Along with hands-on therapy, best
described as uncomfortable, but never painful, stretching, Whitaker educates his
patients on how to remain pain-free.
That’s how Meggan was able to finish her first Ironman: “Knowing how to
stretch myself is a big plus. Parker’s my savior.” Whitaker Therapy, 585 Forest #3
(734) 459-4538
sideways...
Michigan Made
add a little glitz to
your evening with
a silk or patent
leather purse.
(734) 453-8312
Pewabic Pottery,
renowned for its unique
glazes, crafts raw earth
into elegance. Available
at Michigan Made,
(734) 207-8794
Piano Studio of
Leigh Jenkins
Fashion-Forward
Boutique
Piano lessons for
children, age 6-17.
jenkinspianostudio.com
(734) 414-9844
One-of-a-kind,
“must-have” clothing
and accessories for
stylish women.
960 Ann Arbor Trail
...it’s Shopping Dining
Family Events
Nightlife Relaxing
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Downtown Plymouth
Not just A Walk in the Park!
Welcome shoppers, art/music lovers, movie-goers,
festival enthusiasts, avid readers, history buffs
– and those with an appetite! In Plymouth, you
can do it all:
SHOP – ‘til your shopping bag’s filled with one-ofa-kinds that prompt your friends to croon “where
did you get that?”
BE ENTERTAINED – see a movie at the Penn for
only $3, enjoy special community events. Visit
the Walk of Trees and the Santa House, the Ice
Spectacular, Art in the Park, and the summer
concerts in Kellogg Park.
LEARN SOMETHING – at the newly renovated
3-story library and Plymouth’s Historical Museum.
DINE – whether it’s a bagel, burger, or sumptuous
full-course meal, indulge at one of our 24 eateries.
It’s all here. What do you want to do first?
Walking Map provided courtesy of the
City of Plymouth Downtown Development Authority
831 Penniman Ave, Plymouth MI 48170 (734) 455-1453
Walking
Map
Downtown Plymouth
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Sheldon Road is
closed to all traffic
at the railroad
tracks, but follow
the yellow
roads to get
to Downtown.
Apparel/Shoes
Bella Mia
Forest Tailoring
Gigi’s Mode
Maggie & Me Boutique
Milano’s Fine Apparel
Pete’s Shoe Repair & Leather
Sunny J’s Lingerie & Swimwear
535 Forest
550 Forest #6
960 Ann Arbor Tr. 1
926 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
882 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
322 S. Main (Alley)
550 Forest #4
Sec
656-0057
459-1415
254-8774
459-5340
453-0790
453-7779
453-8584
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453-0870
414-9844
453-0750
455-8940
207-0777
451-2112
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Arts and Cultural Facilities
The Gathering
Penn Theater
Piano Studio of Leigh Jenkins
Plymouth District Library
Plymouth Historical Museum
Plymouth Music Academy
Plymouth Symphony Society
760 Penniman
580 Forest Suite 5B
223 S. Main
155 S. Main
577 Forest
470 Forest Place #18
Art Galleries and Framing
Frameworks
Lotus Arts Gallery
Parkside Gallery
Financial
Construction Lending
Dallas & Associates Fin. Planning
Edward Jones Investments
Ferris, Baker Watts, Inc.
Fortune Financial Group
GEM Asset Management
James Leventis CLU CHFC
Janine A Theisen, C.P.A, P.C
Maximum Financial
Mirto & Co. Insurance
Morrison Stanwood Polak Hillard
Oppenheimer
Raymond James & Assoc.
RSL Financial Consulting
UBS Financial Services, Inc.
Waddell & Reed Financial Services
Florist
779-1880
451-3450
451-6405
459-7555
459-3781
737-9108
414-8500
414-8400
451-2600
453-8900
453-0209
454-3751
416-1666
207-1004
416-1025
254-9999
551 Forest
414-0376 6
280 S. Main
453-3333 2
587 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
453-6250 8
Pharmacies
455-1909
455-6933
454-6562
455-5459
927-1181
455-6060
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Photography & Video
436 S. Main
595 Forest Suite 11A
865 Penniman
595 Forest Suite 7B
459-5400
582-9700
455-6565
459-7835
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6
729 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
470 Forest Place #20 A
575 S. Main
880 Fralick
185 S. Harvey
416-8100
414-5400
454-4700
459-0631
459-8272
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5
7
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1
805 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
895 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
470 Forest Place #17
833 Penniman
737-9525
455-1220
459-1980
459-3355
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5
5
3
276 S. Union St. #1
905 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
595 Forest Suite 10B
249 S. Main
960 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
502 Forest
404-3000
453-3737
453-7210
414-7810
455-8850
459-0300
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5
6
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3
5
990 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
829 Penniman
233 S. Main
449 S. Harvey
1007 Ann Arbor Trail
470 Forest Place #19
159 S. Harvey
296 S. Main Suite 203
445 S. Harvey
595 Forest Suite 7A
575 S. Main Suite #6
942 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
261 S. Main
585 Forest #1
990 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
595 Forest Suite 6A
238 S. Main
585 Forest
414-0874
233-5268
459-6930
455-3340
737-0592
451-9700
455-8686
207-7558
451-0800
612-3409
451-7800
459-7773
453-5360
254-0201
414-1010
502-8452
377-0914
459-4538
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833 Penniman
995 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
388 S. Main
459-3355 3
453-5400 5
455-3400 3
550 Forest #12
880 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
550 Forest #7
453-7788 5
354-6980 3
453-9663
790 Penniman
186 S. Main
500 S. Harvey
535 S. Main
453-7400
459-7800
453-1200
459-9000
499 S. Main
416-5100 7
Home Improvement Services
550 S. Main
839 Penniman (Alley)
595 Forest
580 Forest #4
891-8813
455-2476
455-9057
455-1146
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3
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Insurance
467 Forest
261 S. Main
595 Forest
885 Fralick
595 Forest
495 S. Main
290 S. Main
550 Forest #11
470 Forest Place #20
444 S. Main
857 Penniman
455-5070
453-7475
453-5465
453-2343
414-4089
459-6363
927-0800
459-0670
451-7480
455-4445
459-7777
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9
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840 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
455-2704
570 S. Main
455-1100 6
Casa del Gelato
Cold Stone Creamery
Dairy King
House of Fudge
470 Forest Place #13
416 S. Main
232 S. Main
470 Forest Place #11
927-1997
737-9517
455-5720
459-1990
Kemnitz Fine Candy & Gifts
896 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
453-0480 3
Bakeries
Baker’s Rack
Boulé Artisan Bakery
Three Dog Bakery
Banks/Credit Unions
Charter One Bank (ATM)
Citizens Bank
Community Financial Credit Union
National City Bank (ATM)
Banquet Facilities
Grand Ballroom Meeting House
Barber
Jeff’s Barber Shop
McMullen’s Barber Shop
Mel’s Golden Razor
Westchester Barber Shop
Beauty and Spa
B.E. Unique Salon
Clearly You
Hair by Lynette
Joseph’s Hair Designers
Merle Norman Cosmetics
Plymouth’s Touch of Class Salon
Salon Awesome
Salon 550
Sandy’s Hair Designs
Spa Julianna
Vanity Salon
Books
Book Cellar & Cafe
Bridal
Julie’s Bridal Couture
Candies & Ice Cream
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Chamber of Commerce
Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce
850 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
453-1540 3
Children’s Dance Theatre
581 Forest
Riley Grace Boutique
487 Forest
Mia Bella – Baby & Mommy to Be Boutique
853 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
Muriel’s Doll House
824 Penniman
207-3377 6
459-6201 6
Childrens
Churches
First Presb. Church of Plym.
Crafts and Hobbies
Creatopia Pottery
The Eisenbahn Model Trains
Linden Art Glass
Pam’s Bead Garden
Plymouth Train Shop & Hobbies
737-9879 6
455-8110 2
701 Church
453-6464
924 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
479 S. Main
580 Forest #2
550 Forest #1
583 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
453-8797
459-1874
459-5060
451-7410
454-7337
Magnolia Fresh Flower Market
Funeral Home
Schrader-Howell Funeral Home
Gardening Supplies
Saxton’s Garden Center
Home Accents and Furniture
The Brass & Iron Bed Shop
Eclectic Home
Haven
Home Sweet Home
Lynn’s Corner Shoppe
The Village Shopkeeper
Kitchens By Design
Regional General Contracting, LLC
R.G. Myers & Associates Arch.
Weston Window Replacement
Ann Arbor Financial
Benefit Control Methods
Farm Bureau Insurance
Farmer’s Insurance
Lapham Maxwell Insurance
Jewelers
Dearborn Jewelers of Plymouth
Delta Diamond Setters & Jewelers
Francis Jewelry Gallery
Illuminations Jewelery
Legal
Aldrich Legal Services
Law Offices Lowe & Lewandowski
Law Offices of Mary Novrocki P.L.L.C.
Norma McKenna
Roger Haslick Attorney
Van Belkum & Felty P.C.
Medical and Health
Associates in Podiatry
Core Sport Fitness Pilates Studio
Family Care Solutions
Forest Place Optical
Fresenius Medical Care
Greer Chiropractic Life Center
H.A. Hamerink DDS PC
Homewatch Caregivers
Hug Center for Hearing
Katherine C. Gothard M.S. TLLP
Lighthouse Inc. Personal. Nursing
Nature’s Choice
Plymouth-Canton Family Phys.
ROM Fitness
St. Joseph Mercy Arbor Health
Therapeutic Massage Place
QuixWorks Therapeutic Massage
Whitaker Therapy
550 Forest #5
386 S. Main
863 Penniman
852 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
298 S. Main
470 Forest Place #1
Municipal Services and Volunteer Org.
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Plymouth Canton Com. Schools
Plymouth City Hall
Plymouth Community YMCA
Plymouth Comm. United Way
Plymouth Post Office
Plymouth Downtown Dev. Auth.
Plymouth Rock Masonic Center
454 S. Harvey
201 S. Main
248 S. Union
960 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
860 Penniman
831 Penniman
305 Fleet St.
416-2700
453-1234
453-2904
453-6879
453-4669
455-1453
453-3970
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Other Services
296 S. Main Suite 202
233 S. Main
470 Forest Place #3
711 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
729 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
320 S. Main
729 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
489 S. Main
218 S. Main
292 S. Main
823 Penniman
1007 Ann Arbor Trail
505 S. Main
249 S. Main
340 S. Main
580 Forest Suite 7B
4
9
9
3
2
3
3
Angel’s Psychic Readings
550 S. Main
Apparel Resource Group
729 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
Bacinski’s Learning Institute
219 S. Harvey
Blue Palms Technology
292 S. Main
Double Take Studios
580 Forest Suite 3B
E-buy Media
332 S. Main
Gin’s Trans/Brokerage
550 Forest #1A
Gould’s Cleaners
212 S. Main
Growth Works
271 S. Main
Heinowski Appraisal & Consulting LLC 595 Forest # 5b
Hickman Williams and Company 595 Forest Suite 1B
JCA Engineering Inc.
595 Forest Suite 6B
Jeff Zak Catering
448 Forest
Kent Air Products
125 S. Harvey
Lodging by the Month
471 S. Main
Mercer Transportation
550 Forest #1A
Michigan Tech. Translation
477 S. Main
Midwest Maintenance
233 S. Main
Millennium Psychic Readings
896 Penniman
Republic Bancorp
186 S. Main
Taiko Device North America
580 Forest Suite 2B
Ultimate Staffing
461 S. Main
Wiltse’s Community Pharmacy
11-4 Productions
Jill Andra Young Photography
New Photo Concepts
330 S. Main
730 Penniman
484 Deer
505 Forest
296 S. Main Suite 204
500 S. Main
Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Etc.
1999 Tavern
336 Main
Box Bar & Grill
Burger Spot
Café Bon Homme
Compari’s on the Park
Doyle’s Tavern
E.G. Nicks
Fiamma
Grape Expectations
Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sand.
Kids Play Café
Little Bangkok Cuisine
Maya’s Deli of Plymouth
Omelette and Waffle Café
Panera Bread
Penn Grill & Bar
Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
Sean O’Callaghan’s
Starbucks
Subway Sandwiches & Salads
Sweet Afton Tea Room
Thai Café on Main
447 Forest
336 S. Main
777 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
550 Forest #3
844 Penniman
350 S. Main
860 Fralick
500 Forest
380 S. Main
555 Forest
770 Penniman
306 S. Main
545 Forest
550 Forest #2
580 Forest #5
400 S. Main
820 Penniman
884 Penniman
821 Penniman
803 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
930 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
450 Forest
200 S. Main
Specialty Gifts and Boutiques
Andy’s Hallmark Shop
Basket Kreations
Edible Arrangements
Gabriala’s
Hands on Leather
Michigan Made & More
Native West
Penniman Gallery
R.S.V.P.
Scents of Delight
SIDEWAYS
That’s Awesome
TranquiliTea
Tobacco
La Casa de la Habana
Smokers Only!
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453-4848 3
485 S. Main
248-522-6019 7
825 Penniman
455-7787 3
470 Forest Place #2 657-8701 5
Real Estate and Developers
Parkside Development
Professional One Real Estate
Pugh Cannon Properties
R. Cook Properties
Weir, Manuel, Snyder & Ranke
377-3004
455-1224
455-3443
451-9800
737-0377
451-6666
459-6786
453-4343
455-4095
455-1830
414-9575
453-4400
459-7125
414-8870
416-5100
459-5748
416-1865
459-6052
674-7178
459-7800
582-9670
207-0600
550 Forest #8
550 Forest #10
873 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
322 S. Main
525 Forest
830 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
863 W. Ann Arbor Tr.
827 Penniman
838 Penniman
580 Forest
505 Forest
294 S. Main
580 Forest #3
216-4460
929-9300
455-3392
453-3230
455-6000
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7
6
2
6
414-1999
454-6500
459-7390
455-4141
453-6260
416-0100
207-9656
414-6400
416-9340
455-WINE
737-0770
455-5100
414-8696
453-8870
454-6510
459-4772
453-3570
454-0178
459-6666
459-3142
454-6622
454-0777
459-0963
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459-9530
354-9156
459-9620
455-8884
459-6560
207-8794
455-8838
455-5531
455-7229
451-1885
453-8312
927-0888
459-9686
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470 Forest Place #14 207-9725 5
585 S. Main
453-5644 7
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Nightlife
Add Value to Your
Downtown Experience
Pick up your Plymouth Perks Card and start
enjoying special offers from several of our 100
shops and 24 eateries. Request your card at
a participating merchant (look for the “Perks”
poster in the window) or stop by the Downtown
Development Authority Office.
Festivals
Library
Historical Museum
There’s Always Something Going On In Downtown Plymouth!
2008 Schedule of Events
January 18, 19 & 20 - International Ice Sculpture Spectacular
Carnival rides, 5k run, bingo, car show, pancake breakfast, Rotary
BBQ, spaghetti dinner, Taste Fest, live entertainment.
March - Spring Sale
May 3 & 4 - Green Street Fair
Ladies - come get pampered in Downtown Plymouth. Enjoy free
gifts, food and refreshments. Be sure to get a free rose from
Mr. 48170.
Become educated and informed about the benefits of green,
organic, and eco-friendly products and services. The Green Street
Fair will feature companies, artisans, entertainers, workshops and
speakers in a friendly and family-oriented outdoor environment.
September 18 - Ladies Night Out - 6:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.
October 5 - Chili Cook Off & Salsa Competition - Noon - 5:00p.m.
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Show, live band, line dancing
& children’s activities.
May through October - Farmers Market
October - Scarecrows in the Park
May 16 & 17 - Plymouth ARTFeast
October 30 - Great Pumpkin Caper - 5:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Trick or Treating at Downtown businesses with a costume
contest in Kellogg Park.
Saturdays 7:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Fresh fruits and vegetables, plants and flowers, and a great
hometown experience in the Gathering next to the Penn
Theatre and Kellogg Park.
Feast on the arts! Enjoy arts, food and music with over 30 artists
participating at various locations throughout Downtown Plymouth.
June through August - Concerts in the Park
Community Bands: Thursdays through July at 7:30p.m. starting June 19
Music in the Park: Wednesdays at Noon starting June 18
Music in the Air: Fridays at 7:00p.m. starting June 6
June 14 - Sunrise Sale - 7:00a.m. - 10:00a.m.
20%-50% off merchandise at participating Downtown Merchants.
July 11-13 - Art in the Park
Plymouth Art in the Park is Michigan’s second largest art fair and
has been rated one of the “Gems of the Great Lakes” by AAA
magazine. Visitors have enjoyed Plymouth Art in the Park since 1980.
July - Midwest Yo-Yo Competition
July 26-27 - Sidewalk Sales
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September 6-7 - Plymouth Community Fall Festival
This free, family-friendly ice carving festival brings sculptors from
around the world to Kellogg Park where they chisel and form their
frozen creations for all to enjoy. Light show at dusk.
Stroll Kellogg Park and see scarecrows decorated by local
residents, businesses, and community organizations.
November 17-18 - Holiday Open House and Preview
Be the first to see what’s hot this holiday season as Downtown
merchants unveil their holiday gifts and accessories.
November 23 - Santa’s Arrival/Tree Lighting/Concert
in Kellogg Park
Enjoy holiday festivities including live music in Kellogg Park,
the arrival of Santa and the lighting of the holiday tree.
December - Walk of Trees & Santa House Visits
Stroll Kellogg Park and see holiday trees decorated by local
residents, businesses, and community organizations.
Weekends, have photos taken with Santa in the Santa House.
For More Information on Downtown Events
Visit www.downtownplymouth.org
Variety is “Spice” for Executive Chef
There’s a playful twinkle in Chef John Schofer’s eye reserved
for lovers of authentic Irish fare - with a culinary twist.
“The great thing about being a chef at Sean O‘Callaghan’s
(SO’Cs) is that each day is a little different. Using only fresh
seasonal ingredients, I create new dishes every week. As corny
as it sounds, variety is the ‘spice’ of life for me,” says John, a
7-year certified American Culinary Federation Chef with
17 years’ experience.
After cooking up delights in Chicago and Indiana, John returned
home to Livonia and Dearborn Inn’s kitchen before joining SO’Cs
4 years ago. If this Irish Public House’s décor, malt whiskey &
Guinness don’t make you wish your last name began with “O,” the
bangers & mash and Irish Breakfast certainly will.
“We import cheeses, mustards, meats, and fish from the Emerald
Isle,” claims John. “I feature seafood because I can do so much
with it: coconut battered
shrimp, orange-roughy fish ‘n
chips, seared rare Ahi Tuna.”
And if not everyone in
your party is an Irish-food
enthusiast, other savory
choices like pan-roasted
double-cut pork chops in a red
wine/gorgonzola reduction,
mouth-watering shaved prime
rib sandwiches, burgers, and grilled
chicken are sure to be a hit.
Spice up your lunch/dinner at
O’Callaghan’s!
Sean O’Callaghan’s (734) 459-6666
Rare Seared Ahi Tuna, ginger sticky rice, and
stir-fried asparagus with sweet & spicy
sesame vinaigrette.
Lynn’s Corner
Shoppe Home
Unflappable Chic
of the “dessert
Available in Paprika,
Chocolate, Saddle
and Black.
In Plymouth
exclusively at
Hands On Leather
525 Forest Ave
734-459-6560
● O’Callaghan’s Chef John Schofer featuring
server,” a popular hostess gift,
Lynn ’s Corner
Shoppe is a great
place to find
unique home
décor. From
Soho Organizer $175
custom lamps to natural soy candles to potpourri,
room sprays, and decorations – new items arrive
weekly. (734) 927-1181
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personable
Goodbye Foot/Ankle Pain,
Hello Active Life
Foot and ankle problems can
alter your lifestyle. Associates in
Podiatry of Michigan understand
the treatment you may need.
Call for a confidential
consultation today,
(734) 414-0874.
The doctors at Associates in Podiatry of Michigan in
Downtown Plymouth have a lot in common: not only
are they long-distance runners who’ve experienced
injury first-hand, they’re extensively trained in several
specialties:
• Orthopedic Trauma
• Pediatric Orthopedics
• Reconstructive, Arthroscopic, Corrective Surgeries
• Sports Medicine
The Law Office of
• Diabetic Footcare, Bunions / Hammertoes,
Mary Novrocki
Ingrown Nails
As a general practitioner
“Tammy (Dr. Gephart) and I are avid distance runners.
who lives and works in
I’ve run 9 marathons in the past 5 years alone – and have
Plymouth, Mary answers
the injuries to prove it,” Dr. Ron Adelman sheepishly
questions like this all the
admits. “I played all kinds of high school sports, with
time:
one common result: ankle problems. It was then I knew
Should I use a
I wanted to study podiatry.”
Trust or a Will when
Joining the staff later this year is Dr. Adelman’s wife,
planning for the
Vanessa – a good fit for the firm, considering she ran
future?
her first of 9 marathons at age 19. Together Tammy, Ron,
and Vanessa bring a combined 27 years’
experience to
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It’s that combination that sets them apart.
much control and
Says patient, Helen Elliott: “I’d been to several different
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doctors over the years for foot problems. Dr. Adelman
the planning and asset
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The Busy People’s
Workout
Got 4 minutes a day? Muscle/pain
therapist, Parker Whitaker, says that’s
all it’ll take to increase your metabolism
and burn more fat. Whitaker should
know, having served as a “test” client for
the range-of-motion (ROM) machine, he
was blown away.
“I heard about ROM and thought it
was too good to be true. I was training
10 hrs/wk when the opportunity to test
ROM arose. It was truly a life-changing
experience.”
Whitaker used the machine 4 minutes
a day, continued his typical nutrition
plan, and cut his body fat 3% in 2 weeks.
By 9 months, he’d added 12 lbs. of
muscle. Not everyone may see these
results, but Whitaker says all his clients
feel energized within 7 days.
So what’s different? With ROM, you
stretch, get resistance and work out
anaerobically. Those 4 minutes are so intense, your body’s metabolism spikes for 20
hours (compared to a measly 2 hours after only cardio).
Barbra Wells tried ROM only to prove it was a waste of time. “The idea of working
out 4 minutes/day and obtaining any fitness benefit seemed ridiculous. But, my first
ROM workout was so humbling that I went back for more. I’m now able to endure
longer stints of interval and cross-training. I love it.”
Skeptical? Try it for a week, free, in Downtown Plymouth.
ROM Fitness Studio, 585 Forest #1 (734) 254-0201
Magnolia, a Fresh
Flower Market
Whatever the occasion
(and even if there’s not
one!), this upscale florist
specializes in designing
fresh, unique floral
arrangements and
high-end, exclusive
home accents without
the high-end price.
Magnolia’s flowers will
brighten the day of
someone you love.
551 Forest (734) 414-0376
895 W. Ann Arbor Trail
(at the corner of Forest)
Downtown Plymouth
Salon 550 Before you say “I do,” do something
special for yourself and your wedding party: try an
aromatic experience at our Aveda-concept salon. From
facials, manicures, & pedicures to hair/makeup services,
your ceremony begins at Salon 550. (734) 459-0670
(734) 455-1220
Mon. Tues. Wed. Fri. 10 – 6
Thur 10 – 8
Sat. 10 – 4
Please call for extended holiday hours
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casual
Catch Downtown
Plymouth’s Fun
From Your New
Parkside Address!
Illumination
Jewelry
(inside Frameworks)
Looking for something
different? Original,
artistic pieces that won’t
break your budget.
Jewelry Repair and
Make-Your-Own
Jewelry Parties;
Holiday Show:
November 30, 2007.
(734) 459-3355
With upscale amenities and an
exclusive location right across
from Kellogg Park, Parkside of
Plymouth is the spot for elite,
affordable condominium living.
“One of the most exciting
benefits of living at Parkside
will be the resident’s front row
experience of everything that
Downtown Plymouth has to offer,” says Lesley Aiello,
Parkside’s sales manager. “They’ll listen to music in the
summer and watch artists chisel ice sculptures in January
– all from the comfort of their home.”
This stately building will house commercial space on the
ground level, 8 single-level units on the second floor, and
10 story-and-one-half units on the third floor/mezzanine
levels. Standard features will include 2 full baths,
hardwood floors, granite countertops, outdoor balconies,
and some underground parking. The building will feature
geo-thermal heating/cooling, keeping utility costs low.
Occupancy is scheduled for early 2008; units start at $250K.
For more information, contact Lesley Aiello at
734 216-4460 (m) or 734 357-0625, Keller Williams Realty.
www.plymouthparkside.com
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A Few of Our Favorite Things
We’ve saved some special treats for last –
a sample of Downtown Plymouth’s best.
Try these delicious goodies, sparkling jewelry,
and trend-setting fashions; create your own
masterpieces, meet up with friends at a fun
neighborhood bar.
You’re going to love what you’ll find here!
Gabriala’s Exclusive
provider of the Nevada
Diamond CZ, so brilliant
you won’t know it’s
man-made.
(734) 455-8884
TranquiliTea
Mia Bella
Omelette & Waffle
Cafe Home of three-
Sunny J’s
Burger Spot voted
Professional Bra
and Swim Fitters
www.sunnyjs.com.
(734) 453-8584
“Best Burger” in 2007
downtownplymouth.org
online survey. Kids eat
free, Mondays.
(734) 455-4141
Uncommon shoes for
kids’ adventures. Girl’s
Strawberry Sundae;
boy’s Sportie Chocolate
Berry, 0-6 up to 18-24
months. (734) 737-9879
Doyle’s Tavern
Jimmy John’s #5 Vito
The original Italian sub:
genoa salami, provolone
& capicola. Your mom
wants you to eat Jimmy
John’s! (734) 737-0770
Kemnitz Fine
Candies Come be
Plymouth’s “Cheers” –
a true neighborhood
gathering spot. Weekly
live trivia, big TVs.
(734) 207-9656
a part of a Plymouth
tradition. Established
in 1951. (734) 453-0480
Grab ‘n go with a
sample tea pack. Try the
strainer teapots to make
loose tea a breeze!
(734) 459-9686
time Chili Cook Off
champion Chef Dave’s
hearty homemade
soups & sandwiches.
(734) 454-6510
Creatopia Pottery
You pick it! You paint it!
We fire it! Birthday Parties,
Holiday Painting Classes,
Ladies Night and more.
creatopiapottery.com
(734) 453-8797
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“A Budding Passion” by Thomas Arvid
Life-size ”Lunchtime on a Skyscraper” by Sergio Furnari
“Together in Time” by Yuroz
“Ask Me to Stay” by Todd White
Golfer-Male, H & K Sculpture
“Les Roches Blanches”
by Elisabeth Estivalet
Lotus Arts Gallery
995 West Ann Arbor Trail
Downtown Plymouth
“Francois’s Choice” by Jann Harrison
734.453.5400
www.lotusartsgallery.com
“The Touch” by Yuroz
1.888.889.4ART
“Dylan” by Ronnie Wood

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