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“Second Friday”

September 8, 2011
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09/09/11 The September ‚ÄúSecond Friday‚ÄĚ event is this Friday, September 9th from 6 to 8 p.m. in downtown Plymouth.¬†

Citizens are invited to bring the family downtown Friday evening to enjoy free entertainment with music by Rattlebones.   Other activities include the bounce house for the kids and free face painting.  The balloon man might be there and the museum will be open so plan on spending some time enjoying the many displays.

Your local State Farm Insurance Agents, Laurie Sutter, Allison Kara and Darrell Rains are sponsoring a State Farm Child Safety Day.¬† ¬†A certified technician will give your child‚Äôs safety seat and or booster seat a free inspection. This event will be held during ‚ÄúSecond Friday‚ÄĚ just down the hill at the Farmers‚Äô Market location from 6 to 8.

Picnic tables are provided to stop by one of the downtown restaurants, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the entertainment and fun.

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2 Responses to “ “Second Friday” ”

  1. Kathy Bottorff on September 13, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    The mistake on the face painting was my fault. Last year everything was free and I assumed the same for this year. The lady doing the face painting actually called and asked if she could participate this year. She lost her job and is doing face painting as a way to take care of her bills. This was the third time she has been at the Second Friday events and has charged $5 every month. I very sorry for the mix-up on my part.

  2. hainesal on September 9, 2011 at 8:30 pm

    The festival was great and we truly appreciate it. That being said, there were several children with broken hearts (including mine) about the face painting. Your ad states that there is free face painting, however the lady that was painting faces was charging $5 per face painting. My girls wanted to go for the face painting, however I can’t afford $15 for 3 kids to get there faces painted. Like I said I truly appreciate the concept, and we still had fun, but that sure was a bummer.