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Blooming Success

The latest dirt from Plimoth Patuxet Museums is blooming with excitement and success! The annual Spring Heirloom Plant Sale was flourishing and fruitful in support of the Museum's educational mission, and Plimoth Patuxet is happy to announce that our main campus is now recognized as a Premier Pollinator Garden.

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A Whale Of A Tale

Plimoth Patuxet welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker, David Abel, to the Visitor Center for an evening of film and discussion in support of the Museums' educational mission.

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Rooted in History

Preparations are underway for our annual Heirloom Plant Sale, and we're blooming with excitement! Every spring this anticipated and beloved local event offers a bountiful selection of more than 100 heirloom species.

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Museum Clean Up Day

Thank you to the 140+ volunteers who made this year's Museum Clean Up Day a sparkling success! Your help behind the scenes provides monumental assistance in preparing the Museum and our historic sites for the new season.

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Welcoming Jan Brett

Plimoth Patuxet was delighted to host bestselling children's book author and illustrator, Jan Brett, for the launch of her Winter Wonderland Tour at the Museum the day after Thanksgiving! The Lynn Theater was packed with readers of all ages who were eager to meet the author and have their books signed.

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The Wampanoag Indigenous Program

Throughout 2023, Plimoth Patuxet Museums marked a significant milestone, the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Wampanoag Indigenous Program. To commemorate the half-a-century legacy and the future of the program, the Museum hosted a slate of public events. From educational presentations to traditional storytelling, music and dance to art, Indigenous culture and heritage was celebrated.

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Congratulations to Chef Sherry Pocknett

Plimoth Patuxet extends heartfelt congratulations to Sherry Pocknett (Mashpee Wampanoag), who became the first Indigenous woman to be recognized and honored with an award from the James Beard Foundation!

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