Ransom District Library, the Plainwell Community Center, and City Parks are all important resources to Plainwell’s community, each contributing to the viability of the City of a variety of ways. Recreational land uses includes seven developed parks all of which offer a variety of recreational activities: Fannie Pell Park, Hicks Park, Thurl Cook Park, Sherwood Park, Kenyon Recreation Park/Softball Facility, the Riverwalk Park and Darrow Park.

Check back often on this website for further updates or contact City Hall to find out more about Plainwell's many annual recreational and cultural events, such as:

  • Summer Concert Series: Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm at Plainwell's band shell from June through July
  • Labor Day Bridge Walk: Non-competitive walk throughout Plainwell and its seven bridges
  • Pumpkins in the Park: An event for the whole family, costume contests and more on the Third Saturday in October in Hicks Park
  • Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Parade: First weekend in December
  • Plainwell Art Hop: Third Friday in February from 5 pm to 10 pm

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