By David Kindy email@example.com PLYMOUTH – Despite the threat of coronavirus, Plymouth 400, Inc. is proceeding with plans to commemorate the town’s quadricentenial anniversary – just not in the usual way. The nonprofit organization responsible for promoting Plymouth’s founding is revamping many programs for 2020 and beyond to be virtual. In addition, some events are being rescheduled […]Read More
Plymouth 400’s Lead Media Sponsor, NBC 10 Boston and NECN provided live coverage of our 2019 Illuminate Thanksgiving event.: The annual ‘Illuminate Thanksgiving’ event was celebrated Saturday in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This year was even more special as it marks 400 years since the Mayflower arrived in America. Click here to watch the story.Read More
Going to America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade? Stop by the historic Jabez Howland House from 9:30AM to 2:00PM and meet Barnicle and Husk! The Howland House is located at 33 Sandwich Street near the intersection of Water Street, just steps away from the parade route. Pose for photos with our dynamic duo and pick up a free activity sheet for the kids, while supplies last! Watch our FREE Barnicle and Husk movie playing every 15 minutes! Plus we’ll have books for sale and you can meet Mary Shields, author of Barnicle and Husk: The Adventure Begins, and Peter Arenstam, co-author of the next book in the Barnicle and Husk series (to be announced)! Barnicle and Husk will also be at Town Square from 3:30-4:30PM. They’ll be greeting attendees of Plymouth 400’s Illuminate Thanksgiving event, outside the Mayflower Meetinghouse (formerly First Parish Church).