The weekend of festivities has become a beloved holiday occasion as well as an important link to our nation’s history and heritage. Hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life have traveled to the historic Plymouth Harbor and Waterfront to experience a bounty of authentic Americana. The celebration of Thanksgiving becomes history-brought-to-life as Pilgrims, Native Americans, Soldiers, Patriots, and Pioneers proudly climb out of the history books and onto the streets of Plymouth.
Friday, Nov. 17 – 7pm – The Plymouth Philharmonic Concert at Memorial Hall.
Saturday, Nov. 18 – 9:30am-12pm: Parade begins at Plymouth Rock at 10am, continuing around Water Street to Main Street to Court Street, and ending at Benny’s Plaza at 179 Court Street. (Opening ceremonies start at 9:30am at the Pilgrim Memorial Park on Water St).
Road Closures – 7am-the end of the parade: Water St from Union St, to the Rotary at Town Wharf.. Side Streets for staging: Brewster St, Howland St, Chilton St, and Memorial Dr.
Saturday, Nov. 18 – 11am-4pm – Waterfront Activities include a Craft Beer and Wine Garden, Children’s Pavilion, Food Truck Alley, Historic Village & Living Historians, The Native American Pavilion. Click Here for more Information on the weekend activities. Check the Facebook Page Here.
Saturday, Nov. 18 – 6:30pm – National Senior Alumni Drum & Bugle Corp Reunion at Memorial Hall
Sunday, Nov. 19 – 10am-4pm – Harvest Market