Community Involvement

  • PARC Art Gallery

    The PARC art gallery is a community placemaking gallery created by resident artists and is run by volunteer artists. They are a 501(c)3 non-profit that started out with a grassroots group of local citizens who banded together to rescue, re-purpose and restore the 100-year-old, historical building previously known as Central Middle School and the original Plymouth High.

  • Park Players Theatre Company

    (Kellogg Park)

    Park Players will be selling balloons as a fundraiser for the program! The mission of The Park Players Theatre Company is to provide our students with a solid educational experience in all aspects of the theatrical process while providing our community with high quality entertainment. Based on a professional model, we hope to instill in our students the type of skill sets and work ethics that will serve them in whatever future endeavors they undertake.  


  • NERD Spark

    Booth #123 

    NERD Spark will be doing a demo of their robot at the 2024 Art In The Park! The purpose of the NERD Spark Robotics Team is to promote students’ interest in math, science, manufacturing and engineering. The training allows young minds to thrive and excel in our increasingly technological environment and global economy. NERD Spark wants to help everyone in the community be successful and excited about STEM. We are spreading FIRST and STEM in our community through many different outreach events!

  • Plymouth Canton Community Schools

    ARTIST PARKING location

    PCCS will be offering artist only parking at Bird Elementary School & West Middle School.  Art In The Park is proud to partner with PCCS and our artists thank you for a wonderful parking option in Downtown Plymouth. Plymouth-Canton Community Schools mission is to develop capable, involved citizens who recognize that they are citizens of the world, use critical thinking skills and are lifelong learners.



  • Kiwanis Club Of Colonial Plymouth

    Popcorn Wagon (Kellogg Park)

    Art In The Park is proud to host the Plymouth Kiwanis popcorn wagon during the art fair!  Plymouth Kiwanis are volunteers and they are proud of what they bring to Plymouth! Possibly you have feasted on the delicious popcorn from their popcorn wagon right in Kellogg Park!  Kiwanis empowers communities to improve the world by making lasting differences in the lives of children. Kiwanis strives to be a positive influence in communities worldwide — so that one day, all children will wake up in communities that believe in them, nurture them and provide the support they need to thrive. The Plymouth Kiwanis club fulfills the Kiwanis mission by serving our community through Kiwanis Community Service Projects.

  • Salem Linebackers Booster Club

    Located at the Shuttle Bus: Schoolcraft College

    We are proud to partner with The Salem Linebackers Booster Club to operate & staff our shuttle bus stop at Schoolcraft College! We greatly appreciate their hardwork and are a proud supporter of the Salem Rocks Football program! Consider donating to the team while you’re out at Schoolcraft – your generosity & kindness will demonstrate to the student-athletes that others in our community are committed to help them grow and prosper.

  • NorthRidge Church

    Booth in Kellogg Park near the fountain

    NorthRidge provides a safe space for families to care for their babies with a diaper changing booth & nursing station.

  • 88.1 the Park

    Booth #45

    LIVE Broadcast from Art In The Park on July 9  10:00am – 4:00pm

    WSDP 88.1 The Park is the student-operated radio station owned by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. 88.1 The Park plays Plymouth and Canton’s Hit Music. The station also serves the Plymouth-Canton area with local news and information and high school sports broadcasts. The station has been named high school station of the year by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, 5 of the last 12 years.  The 88.1 broadcast signal reaches a primary target audience of over 100,000 people in Canton, Plymouth & Plymouth Township. The station is on-air 24 hours per day 7 days a week.