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America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration - 2013
A National Three-Day Event in Plymouth, MA Celebrating the History of Thanksgiving November 22nd- 23rd- 24th, 2013
A free Patriotic Concert Friday evening, November 22nd kicks off featuring A Nationally Recognized Patriotic Band and Tribute
This is made possible thru the support from the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation.
Tickets available on www.usathanksgiving.com.
On Saturday, November 23rd the Grand Parade winds along Plymouth’s Historic Waterfront at 10:30 am. The Parade begins with a military flyover followed by the only chronologically ordered parade in the country. Enjoy the day along the Plymouth Waterfront visiting the Crafter’s Pavilion, the Children’s Learning Center and be sure to sample the food and cast your vote at The New England Food Festival. Enjoy a walk thru the authentic “ Portal to the Past” showcasing historical reenactments and special events for everyone.
Stop by The Wampanoag Educational Pavilion. Join us for an interactive lesson about Native American history and culture. We end this amazing celebration with the Drum and Bugle Corps “Reunion Concert” at Plymouth Memorial Hall at 7:00pm. Tickets available on www.usathanksgiving.com.
The Makepeace Farms Harvest Market kicks off on Sunday, November 24th along the Plymouth Waterfront, with the return of the Crafter’s Pavilion, and the Children’s Learning Center.
Check out our website at www.usathanksgiving.com for updated info and schedules and all sponsor information, follow us on Twitter and be sure to join our mailing list on Facebook to be eligible to win exciting prizes in our drawings.
For further information or to find out how you can volunteer and be a part
of this truly special event, contact Diana Scolponeti at
email@example.com or call the main AHTC office 508-746-1818