Happy Father's Day - June 17, 2018

“His heritage to his children wasn’t words or possessions, but an unspoken treasure, the treasure of his example as a man and a father.”   –  Will Rogers, Jr. (1879–1935)

May 18 is International Museum Day

International Museum Day is a global celebration that takes place annually on or around May 18. International Council of Museums coordinates this day, which offers museum professionals an opportunity to meet people and inform them about the challenges museums face.

6 Ways to Make This Mother's Day Memorable

Mom's love making memories! Here are six ways you can make this mother's day the most unforgettable ever...right here in and around Plymouth County!

Help us Celebrate International Museum Day

May 18 is International Musueum Day -- a day dedicated to the idea that museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual cooperation and peace among people. Organized on May 18 of each year, events and activities are planned at museums througho

Celebrate Earth Week with Family Fishing Fun

These upcoming three family fish events are perfect for the whole family.

7 Last Minute Easter Ideas

If you need last minute Easter photos, a plan for Easter day or delightful treats to bring to dinner, check out what's happening locally:


11 Fun Family-Friendly Things to Do During April School Vacation Week

So much to do in Plymouth County over April School Vacation Week. Plan your days with these fun family-friendly events!

Take a Sample at These 3 Upcoming Brew Events

If you love to try new brews, learn about how beer is made or are simply looking for a fun night out, check out these 3 upcoming beer events:

March is Women's History Month

As recently as the 1970s, women’s history was virtually unknown in the United States school curriculum or in general public consciousness. To address this, an education task force was commissioned to initiate a “Women’s History Week” celebration in 1978.

Falling for New England

Aine O'Doherty details her travels to the United States and Plymouth, MA where she visited Plimoth Plantation, stayed at the John Carver Inn and dined at Cabby Shack and East Bay Grille. The article originally appeared in the Londonderry Sentinal.