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October 2018

Friday, October 19th

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Great South Pond Beach and Pinnacle Hill

Join us to visit the Plymouth Town Forest, the beautiful beach at Great South Pond and climb Pinnacle Hill for some great fall views as we circle Great South Pond. Meet us at 9 at the Armstrong Rink back parking area off Long Pond Road or meet us first at 8:00 at the Panera Bread in the shopping center off Long Pond Road for breakfast or just a cup of coffee and follow us in. It is bird hunting season…

$22

Friday, October 19th

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm

Tween Night Crafting at MIY Studio

Fridays are for craftiness!  This weekly class is dedicated to kids ages 9-12.   Each week features good friends, great music, treats, and of course craftiness! Every class features a different rad project or a cool new crafty technique.  Materials are always included in price. Drop-in $22 Book 4 consecutive classes:  $75 To find what a particular day's project will be, visit our Facebook group- MIY Studio Creative Circle.

Free

Friday, October 19th

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Pilgrim Hall Museum: Governor Bradford Read-a-thon

Sponsored by the Plymouth Historical Alliance Immerse yourself in a great work of American literature, Governor William Bradford’s 17th century journal of early Plymouth Colony!  This is event is a presentation of selected portions of Governor Bradford's Journal. This fascinating primary source, written by one of the most influential Pilgrim settlers and colonial leaders. Music, costumed cameos, and character sketches will enliven Bradford’s text.  

$27

Friday, October 19th

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Teen Open Sewing at MIY Studio

It's Friday night and you're not into skating at the rink or loitering at the mall, but that doesn't have to mean you're stuck at home watching videos of cats on YouTube! You can spend your night stitching up fun baubles, purses, and your own unique clothing designs with other rad teens. Music? Yes. Candy? Absolutely. Sarcasm and venting? Bring it. Students may work on their own projects or purchase the kit for "POTD" (Project of the Day) usually around…

$25

Friday, October 19th

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Barry Goudreau’s Engine Room

In 2017, Barry Goudreau's Engine Room release "Full Steam Ahead", a blues rock epic that was mostly recorded in keyboardist/vocalist Brian Maes' studio. Goudreau is joined by Maes, Tim Archibald on bass, and Tony DiPietro on drums. The band has toured around New England in support of their new album, and will be bringing their guitar grooves and amazing sound to Plymouth.

$16 - $32

Saturday, October 20th

10:30 am - 6:00 pm

NEIGHBOR EVENT: King Richard’s Faire

New England Renaissance Festival Free parking Free admission kids age 3 and younger More details at web site shown below:

Free

Saturday, October 20th

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Family Film Series: Coco

Join us Saturday, October 20 at 2pm for Coco. An aspiring young guitar player, whose family has a classic hate for music, tries to find answers from his great Grandfather, which leads his search to his entrance to Tierra De Muertos, where all dead people get to live if they are remembered well. In there, the boy will not only discover his family's legacy, but his search will lead him to an unexpected truth in this Disney tale about love,…

$6 - $10

Saturday, October 20th

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Haunted Woods

Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Camp Clark for our annual Haunted Woods! Once the sun goes down, venture through our haunted trails and haunted lodge. You may want to bring a flashlight! All proceeds from this event support the Annual Campaign, which funds the Y’s camp scholarships, subsidized memberships, and community outreach programs.

$

Saturday, October 20th

7:00 pm - 7:00 pm

FUNDRAISER: Jeff Cohen’s 22nd Annual Party Benefit (Costume required for entry)

The Jeff Cohen Charitable Foundation presents Deadly delights by World Champion Chef Stephen Coe, Culinary Assault/Defined palette DJ GENE Dupuis, PLUS live music by SHATTERED Costume contests: $300 cash prize overall best; $200 cash prize best couple, & surprises throughout the evening! Dancing - raffles - silent auction Tickets $25 in advance - $30 at door (if available)  

$16 - $32

Sunday, October 21st

10:30 am - 6:00 pm

NEIGHBOR EVENT: King Richard’s Faire

New England Renaissance Festival Free parking Free admission kids age 3 and younger More details at web site shown below:

Free

Sunday, October 21st

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Pop-Up Art School: Edward Gorey

Join the Pop-Up Art School for a special October art class! Edward St. John Gorey was an American writer and artist noted for his illustrated books. His characteristic pen-and-ink drawings often depict vaguely unsettling narrative scenes in Victorian and Edwardian settings. We will make hidden faces in spooky imagery in the style of Gorey using scratchboards. Students will also have the opportunity to work on artwork for the Edward Gorey Envelope Art Contest! For ages 8-12. Registration is required. This…

Tuesday, October 23rd

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Dollar Oysters! At Anna’s Harborside Grille

Is there anything better than oysters on the half shell!  Sure - oysters on the half shell for only $1 each! Tell them you found this deal at Things to Do In Plymouth MA - Plymouth's BEST events calendar!

Free

Tuesday, October 23rd

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Library Chess Club

Join us for play every Tuesday night from 6 - 8 p.m.  Bring your own chess set, Please use Library etiquette.  Location - the last two Nook Road study rooms, check in at Reference Desk for directions. Contact: Jennifer Harris    215    jharris@townhall.plymouth.ma.us Location: Nook Road Rooms

$85.00

Tuesday, October 23rd

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Psychic Medium Dinner

October 23, 6:00 PM $85/person - includes tax gratuity will be added - Going beyond typical events and doing what Alden Park does best, we have brought back one of our unique dinners.  Enjoy a fabulous 3 course meal while being entertained by 2 local pyschic mediums (bios to be added shortly).  ​Our previous events in the similar context sold out very quickly and we had people raving about how it was performed. The cost is $85/person, tax only included in this fee (gratuity will be added).  This…

Free

Tuesday, October 23rd

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Live Jazz Quartet: Martini’s Bar & Grille

Jazz fans have this in their calendar every week.  Hear Kenny Wenzel & Friends  jazz quartet.  Most weeks, there's a special guest or two, including musicians who routinely play with the likes of Tony Bennett, vocalist Suede, and sometimes an inspired audience member.  Rain or shine - year-round, this is a treat!

Wednesday, October 24th

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Dollar Oysters – Anna’s Harborside Grille

Is there anything better than oysters on the half shell!  Sure – oysters on the half shell for only $1 each! Tell them you found this deal at Things to Do In Plymouth MA – Plymouth’s BEST events calendar! Check with venue for exact time, and to confirm event is still on. Do you plan or promote events at this venue? Become an authorized event poster so you can post and manage your own event descriptions, photos, and cancellations. It's…

$10

Wednesday, October 24th

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Knitting & Crochet Circle at MIY Studio

Join Michele Sampson for a fun, relaxing night of knitting and crochet. Runs every Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8:30pm All levels are welcome! Total Newbie? Attend 4 consecutive classes and Michele will help you learn the ins and outs of yarn types, needle/hook types, casting on, and basic stitches.  This beginner course is $80 and includes yarn as well as a needle and hook to practice with.  (Let's hear it for being able to show up the first night…

Free

Wednesday, October 24th

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Plymouth Zen Group: Meditation Practice

This group is made up of people from all walks of life, from first time and casual meditators, to people who have been practicing Zen or other forms of Buddhism for years.  The Plymouth Zen Group meets every Wednesday evening- . Sessions generally include meditation instruction (if necessary), chanting, sitting, reading, time for questions, and possibly a short talk or discussion.  Newcomers, please arrive 10-15 minutes before starting time and introduce yourself as a newcomer desiring a brief orientation to the…

Thursday, October 25th

2:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Farmers’ Market – Outdoor Season

The Plymouth Farmers’ Market takes place RAIN or SHINE on the grass field (River St. entrance)  at Plimoth Plantation 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth MA 4 pm: cooking demonstration series, Storytime with Miss Margaret from the Plymouth Public Library Live music! Take the GATRA BUS – Mayflower Link to Plimoth Plantation PAYMENT METHODS Market Vendors accept payment in cash, and sometimes check or credit/debit card.Forgot your cash? Visit the Market Table and swipe your debit or credit card and receive $5 tokens,…

Free

Thursday, October 25th

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Massachusetts Children’s Book Award Book Club

Sponsored by Salem State University, the Massachusetts Children's Book Award Program is a statewide reading program for children in grades 4-6. Each year, a master list of 25 titles is released and a winner is chosen each April. Students are encouraged to read at least 5 books in order to place a vote for their favorite book in February of 2019. Discuss the books you've read and find out what you may want to read next! All of the books…

Free

Thursday, October 25th

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Plymouth Area League of Women Voters: Fall 2018 Candidates Forum

This evening event held at the Great Hall in the Plymouth Town Hall will start with the Plymouth County DA Candidates at 6 pm, after a short break we will move on to the three sets of State House Candidates around 6:45 pm which includes Plymouth 1st, 5th and Plymouth Barnstable candidates and after another break will end with the State Senate Candidates around 8:20 PM. The public is welcome

Free

Friday, October 26th

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Naturalist and Author, Sy Montgomery: Book Talk & Signing

Book Talk - and signing with naturalist Sy Montgomery. She will be discussing her newest title, "How to be a Good Creature: A Memoir in thirteen Animals."

$22

Friday, October 26th

4:15 pm - 5:45 pm

Tween Night Crafting at MIY Studio

Fridays are for craftiness!  This weekly class is dedicated to kids ages 9-12.   Each week features good friends, great music, treats, and of course craftiness! Every class features a different rad project or a cool new crafty technique.  Materials are always included in price. Drop-in $22 Book 4 consecutive classes:  $75 To find what a particular day's project will be, visit our Facebook group- MIY Studio Creative Circle.

Friday, October 26th

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Open Mic – Storytelling Showcase and Workshop

PACTV is holding their first Open Mic Night specifically for storytellers! The event is free and open to the public. This is a chance to hear real people telling true stories and a few known South Shore storytellers will attend. If you choose to tell a story, you will have up to 5 minutes to tell your story. No notes or props are allowed. The event will be recorded and shown on PACTV's Community Channel at a later date. Doors open at…

$85

Friday, October 26th

5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

FUNDRAISER: Light It Up Night Golf FORE A.L.S.

TIME: Check-in begins at 4 pm DINNER: 5:30 pm GOLF: 7:00 pm (shotgun start 9-hole scramble format glow golf) The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation's Light It Up Night Golf FORE A.L.S. charity tournament $85 per golfer includes 9-hole scramble format tournament, glow golf ball & headlight hat, buffet dinner, course contests, raffles, and live auction. Corporate Sponsorship Levels are available.  Proceeds benefit the Foundation's Scholarship Program.

$27

Friday, October 26th

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Teen Open Sewing at MIY Studio

It's Friday night and you're not into skating at the rink or loitering at the mall, but that doesn't have to mean you're stuck at home watching videos of cats on YouTube! You can spend your night stitching up fun baubles, purses, and your own unique clothing designs with other rad teens. Music? Yes. Candy? Absolutely. Sarcasm and venting? Bring it. Students may work on their own projects or purchase the kit for "POTD" (Project of the Day) usually around…

Saturday, October 27th

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Pirate Girl Artist Studios Halloween Open House

The Captain's Lounge is now the location of our new artist studios. Join us in your Halloween costumes, Saturday, October 27th, to welcome Brier Patch Studios & Sunshine DayDream Productions to Pirate Girl!! Meet the artists, tour the studios, check out artwork, and learn about their services. Special guest Crystal Lotus Cape Cod will be joining us to provide readings for those interested! In addition, all Pirate Girl Handmade Items will be 10% OFF (which rarely happens). This includes clothing,…

$25

Saturday, October 27th

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Imagination Movers Kids Show at Memorial Hall

Imagination Movers, Disney's Emmy Award-winning band and stars of one of the most watched kids shows in the late 2000s, will bring their brand of fun, energetic pop to Plymouth for the first time. Presented by local non- profit Plymouth Rocks Events, the show will raise money to support local school music programs. Showtime is 1:00 pm

$25 - $35

Saturday, October 27th

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Monster Bash Halloween Party at Memorial Hall

Plymouth Rocks Events presents its first annual "Monster Bash" at Memorial Hall in Plymouth, MA. Billed as a "killer 80's Halloween party to benefit local school music programs", The Monster Bash will feature two critically acclaimed 80's tribute bands: The Great Escape (A Tribute to Journey) and Power of Love (A Tribute to Huey Lewis and The News). The Monster Bash will also feature DJ Egon spinning classic 80's hits, a special performance by The Thriller Dancers and a costume…

$6 - $10

Saturday, October 27th

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Haunted Woods

Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Camp Clark for our annual Haunted Woods! Once the sun goes down, venture through our haunted trails and haunted lodge. You may want to bring a flashlight! All proceeds from this event support the Annual Campaign, which funds the Y’s camp scholarships, subsidized memberships, and community outreach programs.

$32

Saturday, October 27th

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Jonathan Edwards

Warm as summer sunshine, real as the truth, intimate as a long overdue visit between old friends ... such is a Jonathan Edwards concert. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers, night after night - songs of passion, songs of insight, songs of humor, all rendered in that pure and powerful tenor which, like fine wine, has only grown sweeter with age. Since 1971, Jonathan has released 15 albums, including Blue Ridge, his…

Free

Monday, October 29th

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Investing for Retirement: CFA Presents

Certified Financial Advisors - Boston Presents: Financial Literacy for Seniors Learn the basics of investing for retirement and how to maximize your retirement investments with Certified Financial Advisors.  For seniors or anyone within 10-15 years until retirement.

Tuesday, October 30th

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Dollar Oysters! At Anna’s Harborside Grille

Is there anything better than oysters on the half shell!  Sure - oysters on the half shell for only $1 each! Tell them you found this deal at Things to Do In Plymouth MA - Plymouth's BEST events calendar!

Free

Tuesday, October 30th

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Library Chess Club

Join us for play every Tuesday night from 6 - 8 p.m.  Bring your own chess set, Please use Library etiquette.  Location - the last two Nook Road study rooms, check in at Reference Desk for directions. Contact: Jennifer Harris    215    jharris@townhall.plymouth.ma.us Location: Nook Road Rooms

Free

Tuesday, October 30th

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Live Jazz Quartet: Martini’s Bar & Grille

Jazz fans have this in their calendar every week.  Hear Kenny Wenzel & Friends  jazz quartet.  Most weeks, there's a special guest or two, including musicians who routinely play with the likes of Tony Bennett, vocalist Suede, and sometimes an inspired audience member.  Rain or shine - year-round, this is a treat!

Wednesday, October 31st

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Trick or Treat Walk: 6th Annual Halloween on Main St,

Chills and Thrills for the Entire Family! Starts and ends at Memorial Hall Free trick or treat bags trick or treating to over 60 downtown merchants Halloween games & activities Pumpkin Decorating Virtual Costume contest with prize winners Free Parking at St. Peters' Church parking lot Presented by The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce  

Wednesday, October 31st

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Dollar Oysters – Anna’s Harborside Grille

Is there anything better than oysters on the half shell!  Sure – oysters on the half shell for only $1 each! Tell them you found this deal at Things to Do In Plymouth MA – Plymouth’s BEST events calendar! Check with venue for exact time, and to confirm event is still on. Do you plan or promote events at this venue? Become an authorized event poster so you can post and manage your own event descriptions, photos, and cancellations. It's…

$10

Wednesday, October 31st

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Knitting & Crochet Circle at MIY Studio

Join Michele Sampson for a fun, relaxing night of knitting and crochet. Runs every Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8:30pm All levels are welcome! Total Newbie? Attend 4 consecutive classes and Michele will help you learn the ins and outs of yarn types, needle/hook types, casting on, and basic stitches.  This beginner course is $80 and includes yarn as well as a needle and hook to practice with.  (Let's hear it for being able to show up the first night…

Free

Wednesday, October 31st

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Plymouth Zen Group: Meditation Practice

This group is made up of people from all walks of life, from first time and casual meditators, to people who have been practicing Zen or other forms of Buddhism for years.  The Plymouth Zen Group meets every Wednesday evening- . Sessions generally include meditation instruction (if necessary), chanting, sitting, reading, time for questions, and possibly a short talk or discussion.  Newcomers, please arrive 10-15 minutes before starting time and introduce yourself as a newcomer desiring a brief orientation to the…

November 2018
Free

Thursday, November 1st

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Alzheimer’s Awareness – Ten Early Signs

Join Marilyn Stasonis, RN, BSN from Northbridge Companies as discuss the Ten Early Signs of Alzheimer's and Dementia.  Learn what to look for in yourself, friends, your spouse and family members.  Early intervention and help is important.  Refreshments provided.  Program supported by Stafford Hill & Laurelwood Senior Living Communities.

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