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Throughout Plymouth County, and no matter your interest, you will find what you are looking for. The events we choose define our lives and feed our souls. The town and county of Plymouth offers events that lead straight to what moves you. Sit back, put up your feet, and plan your itinerary for a time well spent.

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Pro-Am Lecture on the Marcia Thomas House (virtual)

Come to our virtual (Zoom) Pro-Am Special on February 20th 2022 at 2pm featuring Curator Dottie Melcher and the newly-updated Marcia Thomas House Museum.  See and hear Dottie give you a tour of the four (4) re-purposed museum rooms on the first floor and the five (5) re-decorated museum rooms in the 1835 portion of...

The Mayflower Society’s Virtual Lecture Series “The First Thanksgiving 1621”

The virtual presentation will be live-streamed from Pilgrim Hall Museum, where “The First Thanksgiving” will be on extended display as part of the upcoming exhibition (2022-2023): "Real/Mythic: Revisiting Early Plymouth From Mayflower to the First Thanksgiving." Register Here. Falmouth, MA, artist Karen Rinaldo created the only known painting that shows the surviving passengers of the Mayflower and the...

Beyond The 54th-Massachusetts 54th Regiment (virtual)

Presented by Jocelyn Gould, National Park Services Boston. The Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment was the first military unit consisting of black soldiers to be raised in the North during the Civil War. Prior to 1863, no concerted effort was made to recruit black troops as Union soldiers. The adoption of the Emancipation Proclamation in...

Born on the Water: Tracing the Journey of Our African Ancestors (virtual)

Join the racial justice project Wee The People for “Born on the Water,” an interactive workshop retracing the journey, survival, and triumph of the first African Americans. Inspired by the award-winning New York Times 1619 Project, this virtual program will feature a reading of the just-released children’s book Born on the Water, a craft activity, and a...

The Dangers of an Ordinary Night (virtual)

Presented by Lynne Reeves Griffin, Novelist & Family Counselor. Scituate resident Lynne Reeves Griffin draws on three decades of expertise as an internationally recognized family counselor, and novelist, as well as her lifelong passion for the theatre for her riveting new novel of suspense, The Dangers of an Ordinary Night, which The New York Times...

Craft Chat with Melissa Stern (virtual)

Join us live on Zoom for Craft Chat, a series of casual conversations with artists and makers about contemporary craft and their work and practice. Come join Fuller Craft Museum’s Beth McLaughlin and artist Melissa Stern in conversation about Melissa’s current multi-media exhibition, The Talking Cure. Topics include the creative process, the magic of collaboration,...

Fact & Myth: Dorothy May Bradford Remembered (virtual)

Join us for a free webinar featuring presentations by two scholars who study the influence of literature and film on our understanding of 17th-century women’s history. In this 1-hour program, co-hosted with Pilgrim Hall Museum, our speakers will examine stories of Mayflower passenger Dorothy May Bradford, who drowned in Provincetown Harbor in December 1620. Dr. Kari...

Vintage Tweets Suffrage Era Postcards (virtual)

Vintage Tweets is a poignant, amusing and insightful collection of 100 year old suffrage postcards, the social media of the late 19th, early 20th century. Carol Crossed’s entertaining narrative explores the meaning behind the illustrations which represent both domestic and political view’s of the woman’s vote. The coffee table display features 400 postcards from the...

Gardening Green Expo 2022 (virtual)

Now more than ever we need an escape from the pressures of daily life. Connecting to nature can reduce stress, improve mood, and more. You can even reap the benefits in your own backyard. Our featured presenter is Nancy Lawson, renowned author of The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wildlife. Lawson is a habitat consultant...

Speak Softly and Carry a Big Brush: Women and the Gilded Age Mural Movement (virtual)

At the turn of the 20th century, when Teddy Roosevelt coined his famous maxim, “Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick,” artists in the United States were using their big brushes to remake public spaces. They decorated statehouses, courthouses, universities and libraries with high-flown allegories and didactic histories that were meant to beautify the spaces,...

What’s It Worth Appraisal Program (online)

"WHAT'S IT WORTH?" ANTIQUES ROAD SHOW: Author, Auctioneer, Appraiser and Radio show Host Mike Ivankovich will introduce you to “What Determines Value"…and reveal what your Antiques, Collectibles, and Personal Treasures are really worth today. Each attendee is invited to bring in 1-2 items for Mike to appraise. Mike Ivankovich has been involved in some phase...

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