The 8th Annual ARTS in the Street Festival in downtown Plymouth will feature art booths and hands-on experiences, food, beer, wine, live music, and performances and it is FREE to the public. 

This Saturday, July 30th Michigan Street between LaPorte and Washington Streets will be filled with a variety of local and regional artists who will have their art on display and or for purchase.

The music lineup is sure to keep everyone entertained while they eat, drink and enjoy some wonderful local art in downtown Plymouth.   The Heartland Artists Gallery loves to showcase local musicians and dance performers, and they can hardly wait to welcome home Plymouth native, Brett Wiscons!  The lineup for Saturday is This Homemade Conspiracy at 10, Expressions Dance Studio at 11, the Zone Core Centre Dance at 11:30, Nate Crawford at noon, Doug Harsch at 1, and Brett Wiscons at 2.

Arts in the Streets will feature a beer and wine garden, some fantastic food trucks including Chubby Buddies BBQ, Crave On Tacos, and of course popcorn from the Rees, and free activities for kids including The Arty People Face Painting, Magician Norman Basile who will create magic and illusions for visitors, Twist and Smile Balloons will create balloon art with the kids, and Growing Kids Learning Center will have free cookie decorating.

Arts in the Street in downtown Plymouth this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is presented by the Heartland Artists. 

Anna Kietzman, President of the Heartland Artist Gallery will be the guest on WTCA’s Thursday’s “What’s Your Opinion Show” about 9:45 with additional information.  Tune in at FM 106.1 or AM 1050.