November. Plymouth, a growing community of nearly 50,000 year- round residents, welcomes you to its Thanksgiving celebration! For nearly a decade, Plymouth, Massachusetts has celebrated Thanksgiving in style! Come join us this year for our annual Thanksgiving Day parade.<br> America's Hometown has become the center of world attention as delegations from around the globe travel to be part of this international celebration. So plan to spend some time in this very special place and enjoy all that America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration and Plymouth, Massachusetts has to offer. There are events and activities in Plymouth in celebration of Thanksgiving throughout November.
October. Citywide Halloween celebration, including candlelight tours and historic houses, psychic festival, costume parade.
October - King Richard's Faire is a vivid recreation of a 16th century English marketplace at festival time. Actors, dancers, puppeteers, jugglers, minstrels, mimes, magicians and musicians perform each weekend for the favor of his Royal Highness King Richard.
(The Big E), September. Midway, entertainment, circus, Wild West and high-dive shows, ostrich races, daily parade, copies of six state capitols with exhibitions, best Spam recipe contest, re-creation of 19th-century New England village.
Newburyport's Yankee Homecoming is one of America's oldest, continually running festivals. During the 9-day festival, 200,000 tourists visit Newburyport to enjoy food, music, and ceaseless fun-filled activities.
The SOS Fall Festival began in 1997 from a desire by the Shrewsbury High School Alumni Association to plan an event in conjunction with its Homecoming Weekend. The Annual Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival committee is comprised of all volunteers who coordinate all festival activities and is self-funded by the generous support of the community to:<br> - Enhance Shrewsbury's image to its residents and businesses <br> - Showcase Shrewsbury's culture, history, and quality of life <br> - Participate in raising and distributing funds to non-profit organizations <br> - Coordinate town-wide activities for the enjoyment of all residents