Plymouth State Hosts Kickoff Event for Town’s 250th Anniversary Celebration

July 18th, 2013 by blyndes

Left to right, Jonathon and Calvin Alander enjoy a meal on the lawn of Mary Lyon Hall at the July 17 Summerfest event hosted by PSU.

Hundreds of Plymouth residents enjoyed a barbeque meal, games, a raffle and live music Wednesday, July 17 on the lawn of Plymouth State University’s historic Mary Lyon Hall as the community begins celebration of its 250th anniversary. PSU hosted the evening event, Summerfest, as the first in a four day series of events centered on Plymouth’s  semiquincentennial.

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