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Message from the Director: Explore Where the Pilgrims Landed

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Message from the Director: Explore Where the Pilgrims Landed

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Livingston Library Community,

Join us on Monday, November 20th at 7pm as we travel back in time to 1620.  During this photographic lecture-style tour, we will be transported to both Plymouth and Provincetown Massachusetts, where the pilgrims had once landed. 

During this lecture, we will take one of Captain John’s high speed boats, explore McMillian Pier, visit the Provincetown Monument and cultural district, gaze upon the Mayflower, and more!  This lecture will cover history, art, and even present day attractions to help you plan your next trip to Massachusetts. 

Registration is not required for this event and all are invited to attend. We hope to see you on this journey! 

Best, 

Amy Babcock, Director 

2 Responses

    1. Hi Susan, Unfortunately this lecture will not be available to watch virtually, as it will be taking place in-person. Hope to see you there!

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