Plymouth Mural Walk Scavanger Hunt Saturday

Take a real life Scavenger Hunt- Mural Walk through the streets of historic Downtown Plymouth.

Vibrant splashes of color and pleasant memories of Plymouth’s rich history are featured in 25 murals unique to the 139-year-old community.

Individuals and families areinvited to participate in Plymouth Arts Center’s Mural Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Plan on spending the day and create your own photo memories in front of the Plymouth Murals and share them on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

For the Scavenger Hunt competition, please register at the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., prior to the event, or anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Oct. 1. Prizes will be awarded at 4 p.m. followed by entertainment from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. by Plymouth High School’s German Band, the Junge Kameraden.

From 6 to 9 p.m. the Beer Belly Idols will take the stage. Tickets for the evening music are: $8 in advance or $10 at the Door.

For more information: please call (920) 892-8409, or visit the PAC website:

Mural Trivia: In June of 2011, 160 artists known as the Walldogs, visited Plymouth, WI and created 21 murals in just four days. This international group included – billboard painters, graphic designers, portrait and landscape artists from throughout the U.S., Canada and Germany.

Prior to the Walldogs’ creating amazing artwork, Plymouth was home to two murals featuring Interurban Car 26 (Vintage Streetcar,) painted by Artist Dale Knaak of Sheboygan, located on Plymouth Yoga; and the Cream of Wheat Flour painted by Artist Debbie Davis Karr of Florida, (formerly from Plymouth) located on the Plymouth Historical Society building.

In 2012, Debbie Karr painted the 1880’s Pfeifer Drug Store mural on the Salvation Army building. Plymouth’s oldest mural is located inside the Plymouth Office. The mural, “Making Cheese” was painted by Charles W. Thwaites in 1942. For a downloadable copy of the mural map: plymouth/Mural%20Tour%20 Map.pdf

Car #26 Trivia: This car was used for the Sheboygan Light, Power & Railway Company (last known as the Wisconsin Power & Light Company) from 1908 until 1938, when the interurban line disbanded.

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