Author Archives: Betsy Tonkin

Book Selection for Reading Group

PLYMOUTH READING GROUP WHEN: Thursday Jan. 19, 2017               WHERE: Community Center 6:30 PM The Outside Boy  by Jeanine Cummins Here is a poignant story about a young gypsy boy’s coming-of-age in 1950’s Ireland. This tale has it all: an … Continue reading

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Museum Closure and “Irene” DVDs

The Plymouth VT Historical Society Museum is now closed for the winter and will reopen again in May 2017. The museum is always available by appointment by calling 802-438-8351 (leave a message) or any of the officers. “Irene: Ruin to … Continue reading

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Irene DVD addendum

For those who paid to have the Irene DVD shipped, it will be mailed Sept. 29th. Please let us know if it is not received within a reasonable period of time.

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IRENE DVDs ARE HERE

Your Irene DVD is ready for pick up at the Plymouth Town Office. The clerk’s office hours are 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Thursday. If there are any questions or problems, call 672-3179. Extra DVDs can be purchased … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Irene Documentary

Seats are filling up! Don’t forget to make your reservation for the debut of “Irene: Ruin to Renewal” produced by the Plymouth Historical Society and LPCtv. The film will be shown at 7 PM at the Coolidge Historic Site on … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Irene Documentary Film to be Shown in Plymouth

On August 27th 2016, at 7 PM, the documentary film “Irene: Ruin to Renewal,” which recounts Plymouth’s astounding recovery from the catastrophic storm, will be shown at The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in the large reception room. The … Continue reading

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FARM & WILDERNESS HOSTS PLYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Farm and Wilderness and the Plymouth Historical Society joined together for a Sunday afternoon of food, history and a tour of the F&W campus. Lunch, served “camp style,” was delicious! Much of the food was organic and came from the … Continue reading

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