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Julie Devereaux

Weekdays 10:00am - 2:00pm

PLYMOUTH, MA - NOVEMBER 20: Townspeople dressed as pilgrims ride on a float during the annual Thanksgiving Parade November 20, 2004 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The parade, part of a weekend of holiday festivities called "America's Hometown Celebration," commemorates the Plymouth Colony's first Thanksgiving feast of 1621. (Photo by Michael Springer/Getty Images)

(Hey…they spelled Plymouth wrong!) 😉

The 400th anniversary of Thanksgiving!

I’ve been checking the weather and (so far) it looks like Saturday’s gonna be a fantastic day for a parade!

And it’ll be televised this year for the first time! (Shout out channel 5!)

 

America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration: What to know, tips for spectators

6:20 a.m. leaving South Station arriving Kingston Station 8:20 a.m. leaving South Station arriving Kingston Station Return: 1:18 p.m. leaving Kingston Station arriving Boston/South Station 3:18 p.m. leaving Kingston Station arriving Boston/South Station Arrive at Kingston MBTA Station and take a FREE shuttlewith service into the Parade.