Upcoming Spring Events

Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Avenue
Plymouth , MA

Plymouth Farmer's Market

Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 2:30pm to 6:30pm

In its 14th year, the Plymouth Farmers’ Market is a year-round, producer-only market bringing together the very best local farmers, food makers, artisans and musicians. Our twice monthly winter market is held indoors. Our weekly outdoor season is underway! Support local farmers, shop at your local farmers’ market.

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Kingston Council on Aging
26 Evergreen Street
Kingston , MA

Kingston Spring Author Talks: "Before She Knew Him"

Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 7:00pm

Before She Knew Him is the latest novel from hugely talented author Peter Swanson. The more Hen observes the neighbor, the more she suspects that he’s planning something truly terrifying yet no one will believe her. Then one night she comes face to face with her neighbor in a dark parking lot and she realizes that he knows she’s been watching him and that she’s on to him. Is this is the beginning of a horrifying nightmare she may not live to escape?
Mr. Swanson will speak about his book at the third program of the Spring Author Talks.

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The Beal House
222 Main Street
Kingston , MA

The Crucible

Friday, April 26, 2019 to Saturday, April 27, 2019

Tickets for this shows will be soon available at https://www.truereptheatre.com/shows
Or you can pay at the door with either cash or a check made payable to True Repertory Theatre.

Also shown on May 3 & 4.

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Plymouth Town Hall Lawn
26 Court Street
Plymouth , MA

Artweek Plymouth 2019

Friday, April 26, 2019 to Sunday, May 5, 2019

Joining local businesses and the arts & culture communities to create 30 unique and participatory events for children & adults! From Court St thru Downtown along the Waterfront to Village Landing. 10-days of events spreadout for your convenience and variety. Learn the History of the Guitar from Mark T. Small, an artist Harbor Art Cruise, Inebri-Art events, other events at the Pilgrim Hall Museum, The Plymouth Plantation and dozens of other creative art & cultural inspired events.

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Spire Center for Performing Arts
25 1/2 Court Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-4488
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Magic Dick & Shun Ng at the Spire Center

Friday, April 26, 2019 - 8:00pm

In 2016, Magic Dick partnered up with award-winning guitar virtuoso and vocal sensation, Shun Ng for their debut release, "About Time". The debut album is a collection of technically daring interpretations of old classics and virtuosic originals and has been received with high reviews from the music world. As an acoustic duo, each song and arrangement showcases the breadth and depth of the two instruments and the wide-ranging, adventurous spirits of these two artists and the results are astonishing.

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Edaville Family Theme Park
5 Pine Street
Carver
Phone: 508-866-8190
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SENSORY FRIENDLY AWARENESS WEEKEND at Edaville

Saturday, April 27, 2019 to Sunday, April 28, 2019

The first 150 guests ages 1-12 through the gate each day receive a special gift! Everyone is welcome! Join us for a weekend full of fun and engage in sensory-friendly activities hosted by our sponsors while learning more about sensory-friendly awareness, education and safety.

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Plymouth & Marshfield , MA
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Mass Audubon's 13th Annual Statewide Volunteer Day

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Join us for a morning of family fun as we spruce up our trails, gardens, and nature centers and dive into other spring cleaning projects. There are plenty of activities planned for all ages and abilities, whether you're looking for kid-friendly work (preparing gardens for spring planting) or more strenuous activities (trail restoration).

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Plimoth Waterworks Building
26 Howland Street
Plymouth , MA

ARTWEEK 2019: Barnicle & Husk & Meet the Artists at the Plimoth Waterworks Building

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

Barnicle and Husk, Plymouth's favorite cat and mouse duo, are kicking-off ArtWeek 2019 with a fun-filled day! Kids will have a blast with fun activities, games, and free activity handouts. Barnicle and Husk will meet and greet families and pose for photos following two book readings by Mary Shields, author of Barnicle and Husk: The Beginning at 11am and 1pm. Mary will sign copies of her books after each reading.

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Plimoth Plantation Waterfront Exhibit
75 Water Street (approx)
Plymouth , MA

Ring in ArtWeek with Plimoth Plantation

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 10:30am to 3:00pm

Plimoth colony was founded by a colony of dreamers, thinkers, and makers. Through this event, we will celebrate the makers that called Plymouth home. Join at the waterfront exhibit “Should I Stay or Should I Go” to explore the choices that the Pilgrims made when boarding the Mayflower and what life was like during the journey. Learn about the importance of bells on ships and the process of casting one. Become a maker yourself by creating a mini flowerpot bell like those for the Mayflower restoration project. Saturday, April 27 10:30-3pm Price: FREE

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Plymouth Center for the Arts
11 North Street
Plymouth , MA

Drawing History for 2020 Celebration

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Drawing History for 2020 Celebration. Join us where art and history meet with this special opportunity to create a drawing of a historical site in the town of Plymouth (with the guidance of several PCA artists) for the Plymouth 400th, Inc. Commemorative Envelope Design Contest. All ages are welcome to participate. Price: FREE

For more Artweek events visit: https://www.plymouthbayculture.org/sites/default/files/2019_ArtweekEvents_42x32-PDF%20Final%20Schedule.pdf

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Jenney Museum
48 Summer Street
Plymouth , MA

Explore Fiber Arts with Jenney Museum

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 11:00am to 4:00pm

Explore Fiber Arts with Jenney Museum. Learn about spinning, weaving, and dying fiber. See demonstrations and try your hand at dyeing yarn. Participate in a tour of the Jenney Museum and learn how 51 Pilgrims changed the world. Walking tours of Plymouth for an additional fee. Hosted by Plymouth Harbor Knits. Price: $20.

For more Artweek events visit: https://www.plymouthbayculture.org/sites/default/files/2019_ArtweekEvents_42x32-PDF%20Final%20Schedule.pdf

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35 Rosebrook
Cranberry Highway (Route 28) and I-195/I-495
Wareham , MA

35 Rosebrook ART & FOOD SHOW

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Artists from the Bourne-Wareham Art Association will display their works during the first-ever Art & Food Show. The event will also feature a wide variety of framed, unframed, large and small artworks.  Media include photography, watercolor, oils, pastels, ink, and acrylics.  Works highlight local landscapes from bog to sea, animal, nature, and much more.  

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Mayflower Society House
4 Winslow Street
Plymouth , MA

Rockin’ the Secrets of Plymouth Rock

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:30pm

Meet Author Diane Finn and composer Candido Bretto as they share the story and musical for the delightful children’s book, The Secrets of Plymouth Rock. The book tells the history of the Plymouth Rock from the rock’s perspective. Singer/songwriter Candido Bretto (as the Rock) takes children on a rockin’ musical journey with 12 original songs. The Rock sings about hope, optimism, survival, and self-awareness. After the singalong, take a quick stroll to Plymouth Rock, then return to the Mayflower House for a brief activity.  FREE!
 

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Heritage Museums & Gardens
67 Grove Street
Sandwich , MA
Phone: 508-888-3300

Spring Fling Event at Heritage Museum & Gardens

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Celebrate the opening day of Heritage’s 50th season! Experience the mobile food and craft beer movements, while spending time outdoors with friends and family. Listen to live music while dining al fresco on some of the area’s best-known food trucks in the lush gardens of Heritage.

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Plymouth Public Library
132 South Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-830-4250

Building Bridges: Vintage Music of Latin America

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 2:00pm

Pianist Jacqueline Schwab’s musical sensibilities arose from her time immersed in the rich classical and folk music scenes of Pittsburgh’s “melting pot” and later in Boston. Her signature style is hard to categorize but easy to recognize. Drawing on “the jazz/classical improvisational spirit of Keith Jarrett and the touch of George Winston ....”  (New England Folk Almanac), Jacqueline spins musical stories, building bridges to connect listeners to the different cultures and strands that have formed our American music. 

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