Five Things You Need to Know Today: Feb. 3

Here are a few things you ought to know on a Sunday.

1. Season tickets to the new New England College Baseball League team, the Plymouth Pilgrims, are on sale at the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce and online at plymouthchamber.com. Season tickets are $50 and provide access to all 23 home games of the Pilgrims. The first pitch goes out June 7 against the Mystic Schooners at Plymouth’s Forges Field. Get the best value for your money with season tickets that cost just over $2 per game. Credit cards, checks or cash will be accepted for season tickets. For more information call 508-830-1620.

2. The Plymouth High School Class of 1963 will celebrate its 50th reunion July 19-21. Notices have been sent to classmates but assistance is requested in locating David Lekberg, Janice Maskell, James Roth, Peter Roth, Howard Schiel, Charles Reese, Joanna (Rougeau) McGovern and Lorraine (Holmes) Schmidt. The committee is also requesting to borrow group photos for Cold Spring, grades 1-4; Hedge, grade 1; Manomet Elementary, grades 1-6; Mount Pleasant, grade 4; and Oak Street School, all. If you have questions or can help with one or both projects, contact classmates or call Donna (Henning) Eddy at 508-746-6674 or Karen (Sitta) Glowka at 508-746-3089.

3. Plimoth Plantation is hosting a special Valentine’s Day, An Evening of Courtly Love is a wonderful and unique opportunity to experience fine food, music and film, Thursday, Feb. 14. A delectable dinner will be followed by your choice of a screening of Oscar- Nominated Live Action Short Films 2013, or a live performance of  An Evening of Courtly Love. An Evening of Courtly Love is a recital of 17th-century music, dance, poems, plays and love letters guided by Andreas Capellanus' book, The Rules of Courtly Love, written in 1184. Check out Plimoth Plantation's website for more information.

4. The flu is taking a toll across Massachusetts, here's a list of places in Plymouth whereyou can get a flu shot. Here's a link to a blog about Natural Ways to Prevent or Shorten the Length of the Flu.

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