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Everything You Wanted to Know About Owls

Owls are intriguing birds that easily capture the attention and curiosity of birders. Did you know: the eyes of an owl are not true eyeballs, owls can rotate their necks 270 degrees, and not all owls hoot? Here are a few local owl-themed adventures you can explore:
 

The Adventures of Plymouth Rock

Written by guest blogger Matt Villamaino, Interpreter, Pilgrim Memorial State Park, Plymouth

5 Musical Treats

Perhaps a night out is in order! With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, there is still time to gather a few friends and enjoy some musical favorites.

3 Party Planning for the Holiday Season

Planning a holiday party? Here are 3 planning ideas that will make your party the best ever!

Holiday Week Fun for Kids

Take a break from the holiday festivities and entertain the kids with these holiday week happenings:

Write Your List and Check it Twice

On National Letter Writing Day write your wish list, check it twice, then pay a special visit to Santa at one of these festive locations:

Holiday Magic Begins in Plymouth County

Whether you are looking for the perfect gift, admiring the magnificence of the holiday home tours, enjoying an evening at a play or choral concert or experiencing the spirit of the season with holiday lights and Santa, there is so much to see and do in Plymouth County.

Celebrate the Spirit of the Season in November

Nope...around here it's not too early to celebrate the holidays. If you've got relatives in town for your Thanksgiving celebration get into the spirit of the season with these festive November holiday favorites!

Thanksgiving in America's Hometown

With historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, Thanksgiving Day is national day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. The modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition can be traced to a 1621 celebration of a bountiful harvest in Plymouth Massachusetts.

It's Fall In Plymouth County

The crisp air is a gentle reminder that summer is coming to a close, but with it brings the colorful hues of autumn. The leaves are turning to red, orange and gold and there is no better time to be in Plymouth County where history is just the beginning.