The Mayor’s Month of Music kicks off Friday night in River Park Square.  For the next five Friday’s citizens will enjoy a great evening of music, food, and fun in downtown Plymouth. The Mayor’s Month of Music was launched in 2015 to provide free, family-friendly entertainment in River Park Square to show off this great Park.  Since the beginning, the crowds have continued to grow and so has the event.  You’ll hear regional acts on the stage and find a number of food trucks to accommodate the large crowds.  Pick your favorite or try something from each one: Chubby Buddies, Ben’s Soft Pretzels, Bailey’s Sweet Kettle Corn & Lemon Shake-ups, Bob’s Cafeteria, Dainty Donuts, B & B Cotton Candy & Sno-Cones, and Crave On Tacos will be there and Relay for Life will be operating the concession stand.   Friday night the Plymouth High School Alumni Association is hosting the all-school reunion at River Park Square.  They’ll announce this year’s Distinguished Alumni and introduce Superintendent, Mitch Mawhorter to the crowd. Friday night the Bishops will be on stage to take you on a musical journey.  From the Indianapolis area, their show is high-energy and multi-genre.  The Bishops don’t simply give a concert, they throw the greatest party playing a great mix of classic and modern hits. Grab your lawn chair, your cooler filled with your favorite beverages & snacks, and come on down to River Park Square for Mayor’s Month of Music!  If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Mayor’s Office at 574-936-