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E. Plymouth - Plymouth Creek Athletic Club Private Lessons
When: Apr 1, 2018 12am to Oct 31, 2018 12am in Plymouth, MA

U10-U14 Payment Plan Registration

When: Jun 16, 2018 12am to Sep 30, 2018 12am in Plymouth, MA

Redbrook Farmers' Market

We are excited to announce the Redbrook Farmers' Market will be back this year! The Market will take place on the village green and features local produce, specialty foods, and delicious handmade products. This season, the market will run Wednesdays from 3:00pm to 6:30pm, from July 11th through October 10th. Please visit our website to download the 2018 Redbrook Farmers' Market Vendor Application. Please note that the deadline is June 30, 2018. New vendors are welcome!!! Like our Facebook page for updates and to see what's hot at the market!

When: Jul 11, 2018 12am to Oct 10, 2018 12am in Plymouth, MA

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About Plymouth, MA
Plymouth Massachusetts is the largest town in area in the Commonwealth. It is a coastal community in southeastern Massachusetts about 5 miles north of the Cape Cad Canal. In the past Plymouth was mostly an isolated seacoast area where the economy was linked to the sea and shipping. The site of the original Pilgrim settlement in 1620 is now part of today's thriving Downtown/Harbor district.

Because of its accessibility to the Boston metropolitan area and its desirability in terms of land prices as well as tax rates and other residential amenities, Plymouth's population increased 145% in the 20 years between 1970 and 1990. The town has a healthy industrial and commercial base along with amenities that include exclusive golf course communities and miles of beautiful beaches.

Residents of Plymouth are proud of its downtown and harbor and beaches and are committed to controlling its residential growth while welcoming industrial and commercial expansion.