New Plymouth Gard will be posting as the Honor Gard for the marathon reading of Wm Bradford’s “Of Plimoth Plantation”.
Steep yourself in one of the greatest American primary documents during a live 24-hour marathon reading of Governor William Bradford’s journal, Of Plimoth Plantation, to be held September 19th – 20th at historic First Parish Church in Town Square. The Plymouth Historical Alliance (PHA), an informal collaboration of local non-profit historical museums and organizations, is sponsoring the event.
Some members will also be doing the reading
November 22 – America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration, Parade and Historic Village – Plymouth, Mass.
New Plimmoth Gard and Pligrim Hall have joined to bring a family-oriented activity to Plymouth’s Memorial Hall.
ESTABLISHMENT DAY : A re-enactment of the February 17, 1621 event where the first colonists establish military affairs for protection of the Plimoth Colony. This was the start of citizen-soldiery in North America.
New Plimmoth Gard will be at Pligrim Hall Museum February 17 from 10 am to 2 pm. We will be answering questions, demonstrating 17th century Military Arts and engaging the children in Pike drill. The formal re-enactment will begin at 11:30 am.
Attend the Captain
Commemoration of the Feb 17 1621 Pilgrim Gathering to arrange military affairs will be held Monday February 17 2014 10 a to 2 p at Pilgrim Hall Museum Court St, Plymouth Mass.
We are very excited to be joining with Pilgrim Hall Museum to bring some hands on living history to the public.
Pike on attack
Thanks to PACTV, A video of our recent rill is posted to You Tube
Plimmoth Gard Pike Drill