The Weekender: Thanksgiving Events in Plymouth
Nobody does Thanksgiving better than Plymouth, MA, the originator of the holiday itself. Head down to Plymouth this weekend for what is fondly dubbed “America’s Hometown Thanksgiving” and get inspired.
The Plymouth Thanksgiving Parade will time machine you through American history beginning in the 1600s all the way through present day. Get ready for pilgrims, drums and bugles, floats and more!
Plymouth Thanksgiving will feature not one, but two concerts! The first will feature Ray Charles’s daughter, Sheila Raye Charles and the second will spotlight some of the best drum and bugle corps in the nation.
The Hannaford Supermarket New England Food Festival, what a mouthful! This fest will be showcasing restaurants of all kinds in a tasting extravaganza. Eat all that your stomach will hold and vote for your favorites.
Thanksgiving isn’t just about the Mayflower—learn more about the first Thanksgiving from the Native American point of view. Members of the Wampanoag tribe will give you a rundown on what the original feast really looked like.
Staying in town this weekend?
It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but for those of you who can’t wait to break out the santa hats and twinkling lights, we’ve got just the event for you. Faneuil Hall hosts the very first Boston tree lighting of the holiday season.
This St. Patrick’s Day, you can request the Bagpipes option in-app to get a free, live performance at your doorstep. Treat yourself or share the luck and surprise a friend with pipers at their doorstep. —just make sure they’re available. Enter code BAGPIPES in the app to unlock the Bagpipes option between noon and 4pm […]