From WATD 95.9 News & Talk Radio, South Shore Massachusetts June 11, 2020 Plymouth 400 renews commitment to mark 400th anniversary with new event plans and ongoing legacy projects. Press Release from Plymouth 400: Plymouth 400, Inc., the Massachusetts-based nonprofit who since 2009 has led the planning and execution of programs and events commemorating the […]Read More
Excerpt from an article by Mary Whitfill, The Patriot Ledger: For tourism in Plymouth, the pandemic couldn’t have come at a worse time. The town is celebrating its 400th anniversary, and yearlong celebrations were expected to bring upwards of 3 million visitors to the Plymouth waterfront. Volunteers spent nearly a decade planning events, exhibits and […]Read More
This event has been cancelled. Please check the Plymouth Public Library website for updates.
Let’s kick-off National Poetry Month with a celebration for our teens with an Open Mic Night at Plymouth Public Library! Share your original story, poetry, or spoken word. To fulfill the Plymouth 400 goal, the Open Mic themes are Exploration, Innovation, Self-Governance, Thanksgiving, Religious Expression, and Immigration. Ages 13-19. Register via PACTV: Elizabeth@pactv.org to reserve your spot! Side door will open at 6:30PM and the program starts at 7:00PM.
Debra Catania recently got a call from a British tour operator requesting room reservations at her Plymouth boutique hotel for 2020, the year marking the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony. Catania, owner of the John Carver Inn & Spa, told the operator it was too soon, to […]Read More
You may have seen our Plymouth 400 Plates on the roads, and now is the time to order a commemorative plate of your own! Order a plate online or at the RMV, and bring your receipt to the Plymouth 400 Office (134 Court Street, 3rd Floor) to receive a $40 gift card to Sullivan Tire, an […]Read More
The State Pier was the place to be on Aug. 24 as the familiar masts of the Mayflower II were joined by the tall ship HMS Bounty, a small contingent of 18th century British “Redcoats,” and more than a hundred guests who were there to support the Plymouth 400. The event managed to raise more […]Read More