Witches & Ghoulfriends kicks off Plymouth downtown holiday season

Downtown Plymouth will be buzzing with activity in the coming months. The DPA (Downtown Plymouth Association) is in the midst of planning several holiday events for all ages. October 23rd kicks starts the fun with the second annual “Witches & Ghoulfriends” event.

This ladies shopping event is a day of trick or treating with your “ghoulfriends.” Participating shops will be giving out treats for all the shoppers from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. and don’t forget to come in costume.

The always popular “Queen for A Day” event will take place on Saturday, November 21st. While the boys are out looking for “bucks,” the ladies can spend their “dough.”

Visit downtown Plymouth for the chance to enter the “Queen for a Day” basket filled with goodies. The winner of the gift basket will also be crowned queen and will ride in a convertible in the holiday parade.

The Christmas Parade on November 27th is a hometown favorite! This amazing holiday light parade is an evening spectacle sure to get all ages in the mood for Christmas! Enter for your chance to see the parade from the warmth of a downtown business by participating in the “Cozy Window, Cool Parade” silent auction starting November 1.

The second annual “Charming Downtown Christmas event will run from December 4th-5th.


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