Plymouth Historical Society’s “Passport to Plymouth” Available at the Library

The Plymouth Historical Society has created a fun activity to celebrate Plymouth’s 225th Anniversary called “Passport to Plymouth”.

The Passport to Plymouth is available at the Terryville Public Library Circulation Desk. Library hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10am – 5pm, and Tuesday and Thursday 1pm – 8pm.   The Passport is also available as a digital download for printing at home here.

The Passport to Plymouth brings you to 20 historic sites in Plymouth where you answer questions based on information found at that location. The question could be related to a sign, a gravestone, or an element or feature unique to that place.

On Labor Day, September 5, 2020, there was a Passport Party at the Lock Museum where completed Passports were stamped and FREE certificates for celebratory ice cream were distributed.

Adventurers with completed Passports to Plymouth may also have their Passports stamped at the Circulation Desk.

The Main Street Community Foundation awarded a grant to the Plymouth Historical Society for this fun activity.