2021 Local Author Fair & Showcase

Saturday, May 15; 1-6pm online only, via Zoom.

Book lovers, join us to discover new works and connect with local authors of the Plymouth area as they share live readings and Q&A on the writing and publishing process. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers during each session.

Please register to receive the Zoom login information for this event.  You may attend all, or just select portions, of the event.  Click here for detailed information and a list of featured authors.

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Suddenly Single

Tuesday, May 4 at 7PM.
Estate Planning & Financial Planning for those on their own
This event will be live via Zoom. Please register to receive the Zoom Login information.

Suddenly Single? Divorced? Widowed? On your own? Jonathan Goldberg of Bloom Advisors will address everything you need to know from an estate planning and financial planning perspective.

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DIA Ordinary People

DIA Behind the Seen

“Ordinary People” Thursday, May 6; 7:00 PM.

Please register for this online program, including an email address. Instructions on how to join the Zoom meeting will be emailed to you.

Some of the most important French artists of the 19th century resisted the elitist aesthetic of the academic art tradition by emphasizing the people around them and the human experience as subject matter during a transitioning moment in the modernist era. This talk explores works on paper by Degas, Renoir, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vuillard, Bonnard, and Cezanne.

Presented by trained DIA teaching volunteers, “Behind the Seen” brings the same level of insight and engagement about the DIA’s collection from the museum to your community.

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Drawing Michigan’s Redistrict Maps

Wednesday, May 26; 7PM
This event will be online via Zoom only. Please register to receive the Zoom login information.

Redistricting in Michigan has been a very political process that has historically taken place behind closed doors and out of the public eye. Michigan’s new Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission gives regular, everyday Michigan residents the ability to draw the state’s legislative districts. The League of Women Voters and a member of the Commission will share information to empower the public to participate in this important democratic process.
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