Plymouth's summer-long 250th celebration continues
The town has had events running all summer, highlighted by a parade last weekend, and continues to celebrate its history, some of it newly discovered, said celebration chair Steve Rand.
Many town groups, including the Young Ladies Library Association, the Royal Eagles, and Plymouth State University took part in the parade and have been contributors to the year-long celebration.
At each site — the Daniel Webster Courthouse, the Grafton County Courthouse, the Congregational Church, the Pemigewasset Hotel, the Railroad Station, Kidder Block, the Methodist Church, and Foster’s Peg Mill — there are signs with code panels that can be scanned with cell phones to get full backgrounds on each site.
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