Plymouth Ice Show (Leafleting)

This will be our fifth ice dog! We have been participating in the Plymouth Ice since 2009 and we keep coming back for many reasons. First over 100,000 people from the metro area walk through KelloggParkand many of them shop in nearby Noviand Westland– home to three puppy stores. This is a great educational opportunity to pass out our flyers and educate the public.

We are looking for volunteers to leaflet next to our dog sculpture. If you are interested please sign up for a 2 hour shift.

Just RSVP the shift(s) you would like to cover (use the comments field):

Sunday Options

 

12 - 2 p.m. – Pam S, Stephanie Doran & Kristen Grube

1- 3 p.m. Colleen

2 - 4 p.m. – Pam S & Laura Wesley

3 – 5 p.m. – Pam S & Mindy

Ice Show Website: http://www.plymouthicefestival.org

Directions to Downtown Plymouth: From I-275 take the Ann Arbor Road exit 28 west to Main Street, turn right (north) for one mile and enjoy!

Location: We will be located in Kellogg Park.

Parking: Time limited FREE Parking is available in all public parking lots and on streets. 2 hour parking locations • All striped spaces on streets 3 hour parking lots • Ground level of the Central Parking Deck and • Penniman parking lot - next to the Muriel’s Doll House 8 hour parking lots • Upper level of the Central Parking Deck and • Parking lot at the corner of Wing St. & Harvey St. • Gathering Pavilion and East Central (Library) Parking Lot

http://mi-plymouthdowntown.civicplus.com/Do...

SAVE THE DATE!

2013 PlymouthIce Fest

January 18th - 20th

Downtown Plymouth, MI(KelloggPark) - 100,000+ People

Music & Entertainment

Hot Spot Vendor Tent

Food & Refreshments

Ice Sculptures/Fire Towers/Benches

Ice Carving Competitions

Snow Ski Trail (for the kids)

5K Fun Run (NEW!)

Ice Skating Rink (NEW!)

Extreme Snow Boarding (NEW!)

Pub Crawl (NEW!)

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  • Pam

    Hey, I stopped by our ice dog around 9 pm last night. He looked like a bunny rabbit. The high temps melted him down. They sent me an email this morning stating that all the signage had to be taken down at 3 am with the 50 mph winds. I wonder if the sculptures survived. We plan on going still today to collect signatures and pass out literate despite the conditions. See ya there. Pam

    January 20, 2013

    • Laura W.

      Darn it! That's so sad :( Did you at least get some good pictures of the sculpture before this all happened? I'm debating now if I should even bother coming to the shift I signed up for...my power is out here at home also so I am a bit behind with everything anyways. Gosh this really stinks!

      January 20, 2013

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