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The first-ever Mural and Arts Festival was held Friday through Sunday downtown. The event was held in conjunction with the annual Fine Arts Festival at the Plymouth Arts Center. Together, the two events offered plenty of family fun activities, including live music (center, bottom right), strolling performers (bottom left), vendors (above), children's activities and an appearance by Jennifer Kuffel, the 2013 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair (below). Saturday evening a dedication ceremony was held for downtown's most recent mural, located on the Salvation Army Building. The mural, which depicts the C. Pfeifer Drug Store, is the city's 25th. During the ceremony, a brief history of Charles Pfeifer and his contributions to the city of Plymouth was presented. Pfeifer, who served as mayor of the city for some time, was integral in the installation of street lanterns throughout the city. To honor this contribution an electric replica of one of the street lamps installed during Pfeifer’s term as mayor was unveiled. In attendance were Pfeifer's granddaughter and great-granddaughter, who had the honor of unveiling the new lamp (center bottom). A panel of the mural was removed and attendees were asked to sign the back with a message for future generations (top right). The first-ever Mural and Arts Festival was held Friday through Sunday downtown. The event was held in conjunction with the annual Fine Arts Festival at the Plymouth Arts Center. Together, the two events offered plenty of family fun activities, including live music (center, bottom right), strolling performers (bottom left), vendors (above), children's activities and an appearance by Jennifer Kuffel, the 2013 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair (below). Saturday evening a dedication ceremony was held for downtown's most recent mural, located on the Salvation Army Building. The mural, which depicts the C. Pfeifer Drug Store, is the city's 25th. During the ceremony, a brief history of Charles Pfeifer and his contributions to the city of Plymouth was presented. Pfeifer, who served as mayor of the city for some time, was integral in the installation of street lanterns throughout the city. To honor this contribution an electric replica of one of the street lamps installed during Pfeifer’s term as mayor was unveiled. In attendance were Pfeifer's granddaughter and great-granddaughter, who had the honor of unveiling the new lamp (center bottom). A panel of the mural was removed and attendees were asked to sign the back with a message for future generations (top right).







Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner andAbby Lynn Harvey Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner andAbby Lynn Harvey

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