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Read Woke – A Reading Challenge

March 15 - May 14
Plymouth Public Library, 132 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
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From March 15th-May 14th, members of the Plymouth community are welcome to participate in Read Woke, a program designed to encourage reading outside of one’s own experiences. Selected books must either “challenge a social norm, give voice to the voiceless, provide information about a group that has been disenfranchised, seek to challenge the status quo,...

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Plymouth Yarn Pop – CommuKNITY Public Art Display

May 1 - May 31
Plymouth Bay Cultural District, 100 Armstrong Road #204
Plymouth, MA 02360
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Plymouth Yarn Pop

Plymouth Yarn Pop is officially installed and ready for your enjoyment. Please visit The displays at Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth Antiquarian Society, Hedge House, Plymouth Public Library and Center for Active Living. Knitted, crocheted, and felted flowers, leaves, vines, pompoms, and bugs provide a "pop" of whimsy and color throughout the District as we embrace...

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6:00 pm

Nourishing Your Health Through Sound: Stress & Anxiety Relief

May 10 @ 6:00 pm
Plymouth Public Library, 132 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
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Plymouth Public Library event

Learn about a variety of sound-based techniques which can help you foster a creative routine for improving your health. Sound has a deep connection to the human mind and in this workshop you'll learn how we can use the science of sound to improve how we handle stress and anxiety in our lives. Participants will...

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6:30 pm

Watching the Weather at Great Blue Hill (virtual)

May 10 @ 6:30 pm
Kingston Public Library, 6 Green Street
Kingston, MA 02364
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Kingston Public Library

Mark Twain once remarked, “If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a minute.” While the weather here can be seemingly unpredictable at times, the folks from the Blue Hills Observatory may have a slightly more nuanced view on the subject. Watching the Weather at Great Blue Hill will feature photos...

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