An annual tradition for over two decades now, West Bridgewater Park Day is a free event that is suitable for the whole family. Held at WestBridgewaterWarMemorial Park from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 8, there will be all kinds of entertainment across three separate stages, including a magic show, clowns, a juggler, an animal show, and five live bands.
In addition to the scheduled entertainment, there will be all-day events as well, such as hay rides (compliments of Schobel's Farm), miniature golf, pony and horse rides, a moon walk, and more.
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Admission to the event is free, and anyone attending will have access to a shuttle service that can offer transportation from Town Hall or the high school to the park and back.
The WestBridgewaterWarMemorial Park is on land that was originally purchased by Myles Standish and original Pilgrim settlers in a location praised for its strategic placement by the river. The Sunken Pond area of the park is said to have once been a holding area for prisoners taken during King Philip's War, and Pulpit Rock—where Rev. James Keith gave his first sermon—is also located in the park.
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