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King Richards Faire 2022

King Richard’s Faire opens September 3rd as New England’s largest and longest-running Renaissance festival

41st season runs weekends September 3-October 23, 2022 including Labor Day and Columbus Day Monday Holidays CARVER, Mass. (Aug. 22, 2022) – This fall, King Richard’s Faire, New England’s largest and longest running Renaissance Faire, is ready to open wide the gates starting Saturday, September 3rd and running weekends and Monday holidays through October 23rd on the Faire’s enchanting 80-acre wooded site...

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South Shore Irish Heritage Trail

South Shore Irish Heritage Trail Official Ceremonial Launch

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, CONTACT: Brenda O’Connor bcoc1124@aol.com, 781-545-4732 For more information:  ssirishtrail.org    The South Shore Irish Heritage trail, a tourist route celebrating the history of Irish immigrants to south coastal Massachusetts will be dedicated in Scituate Harbor on Sunday, May 22.    The Trail will be made up of nine towns from Weymouth to Plymouth, an area with one of...

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Jack Girard

Long-time Face of Plymouth Visitor Center to Retire

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brian E. Logan, brian.logan@seeplymouth.com, 508-965-5375   Long-time Face of Plymouth Visitor Center to Retire Plymouth, MA – (January 18, 2022) – See Plymouth, the official tourism organization for the town and county of Plymouth, MA, announces the retirement of Jack Girard, longtime manager of the Waterfront Visitor Center effective February 28. Twenty-eight is also the number...

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