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Commemoration

This annual tradition will be held as a virtual event with partners from four nations; the Netherlands, UK, and Wampanoag tribes. Plymouth International Chorus, Plymouth UK and US public schools, One Small Candle award recipients, interviews, and performances will be included. Programming will be held during Thanksgiving week 2020. NBC10 and PACTV will facilitate the production and broadcast the virtual event. Depending upon public health data and guidelines at the time, some elements of Illuminate Thanksgiving, such as the Procession of Lights, may be held as a limited and appropriately distanced event.

 

America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration and Plymouth 400 Present: Illuminate Thanksgiving

This series of events leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday promotes gratitude and giving. These youth-oriented events are designed to create an inspirational atmosphere anywhere that people gather, to stimulate gratitude and giving in communities, groups, and families. Based upon Governor William Bradford’s quote:

“…as one small candle may light a thousand, so the light here kindled hath shone to many…”

the One Small Candle Award is given to an individual who has made a difference in many lives at a young age.

2020 Schedule:

  • November 20:   America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Concerts
  • November 21:   America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade
  • November 22:   Illuminate Thanksgiving Festival: “One Small Candle” Ceremony
  • November 23 & 24:   Thanksgiving Festival Events
  • November 25:   Illuminate Thanksgiving Main Event

Join the Friends of Burial Hill for a self-guided stroll through Burial Hill where many of the gravesites will be seasonally decorated and gently illuminated. As a lovely treat, FOBH member and talented piper Rob Hanold will wander among the graves playing his Scottish Small Pipes.

Free of charge and open to the public.

The Saturday before Thanksgiving is always a very busy day in Plymouth. You might want to take a look at Park Plymouth’s Parking Guide for available parking:

https://parkplymouth.com/public-parking-locations.html

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