Veterans and Active Military

Battleship Cove
5 Water Street
Fall River , MA
Phone: 508-678-1100

Battleship Cove

As the world's largest collection of historic naval ships and home to five National Historic Landmarks, Battleship Cove is the guardian of our nation's democratic heritage - a proud tradition in which you can share. "Battleship Cove is dedicated to the preservation of a historical memorial providing the public with an educational experience to honor patriotism and country." Read more about Battleship Cove

Middleborough Veterans Memorial Park Middleborough , MA

Middleborough Veterans Memorial Park

The Middleborough Veterans Memorial Park offers a unique collection of remembrances and dedications to those who served. The park was designed as a 50 foot circle, and in its center stands a 40 foot flagpole on an elevated piece of granite. The flag is supported by bricks, engraved with the names of both veterans and non-veterans. The physical support that these name-engraved bricks give the flag symbolizes of the support that each person gave either to their country or to an individual's life. Surrounding the brick-paved circle is a granite wall designed to look like a compass rose. A concrete walkway surrounds the compass wall, passing by dedicated monuments and benches. The park features Read more about Middleborough Veterans Memorial Park

Parting Ways Cemetery
Plympton Street, Route 80
Plymouth , MA

Parting Ways Cemetery

Four young men, African-Americans from Plymouth, served in the American Revolution. Cato Howe was a freeman who had probably never been enslaved. Plato Turner and Prince Goodwin were former slaves. Quamany Quash, who fought for liberty for his country, was himself enslaved and not emancipated until after his military service.Following the war, the Town of Plymouth granted these men acreage near the Kingston border, in an area known as Parting Ways. Howe, Turner, Goodwin and Quash - with their families - established a settlement there known as the New Guinea Settlement. These four American Patriots are buried at Parting Ways and their gravesites marked with American flags. Read more about Parting Ways Cemetery

Downtown Plymouth & Waterfront
Court, Main, and Water Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-1818

America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration & Parade

Friday, November 22, 2019 to Sunday, November 24, 2019

Join the excitement this year at one of the TOP 20 Massachusetts USA Events & Festivals! The festivities begin with Saturday's Opening Ceremonies at 10:30am on Cole's Hill, then at 11am the Annual Thanksgiving Parade (America's only historically accurate chronological parade) begins at the corner of Nelson and Court Street.
Please remember the less fortunate in our community and bring along items (juice & drink mix,peanut butter,powdered milk,tomato/pasta sauce,hot & cold cereals,canned fruits,rice,pasta,beans,canned veggies,toiletries) for the Stuff the Train during the parade. Read more about America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration & Parade

Burial Hill
19 Town Square
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508 747-0012

Burial Hill Tours: Veterans on Burial Hill

Saturday, December 7, 2019 - 1:00pm

Guided walking tour with Dr. Anne Mason, Executive Director of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society. Tour begins at the top of the Hill; ascend the brick steps next to First Parish Church in Town Square. Read more about Burial Hill Tours: Veterans on Burial Hill