The Plymouth Guild for the Arts is a non-profit organization that promotes a lively arts community by creating and…More hosting programs in the visual arts, such as painting, jewelry and photography, and the performing arts, including music concerts, theater and poetry events. It also cultivates creativity in the community by offering classes and workshops for both adults and children.
Membership in the Plymouth Guild provides many benefits, such as exhibition opportunities, a free entry in the Annual Juried Show, newsletters and notices, free online gallery space, discounts on classes and workshops and 10% off on artist supplies at Golden Gull.
The Plymouth Guild for the Arts is an all-volunteer organization and is always looking for people who are willing to donate their time to the many volunteering opportunities that are available.
Conveniently located in historic downtown Plymouth, the Plymouth Guild for the Arts is close to many of the interesting shops, restaurants and attractions that Plymouth has to offer. It is easy to get to and is just minutes from the highway.
Mayflower RSVP 10 Cordage Park Cir, Plymouth, MA02360 The mission of Mayflower RSVP is to support programs and initiate services that bring about improvement in the lives of…More people through volunteer service activities. It is funded by federal and local sources to address the local issues of national concern. Mayflower RSVP has been serving Plymouth County for more than 35 years. Its office is conveniently located in Cordage Park, with ample free parking.
The Arc of Greater Plymouth 10 Cordage Park Cir Ste 208, Plymouth, MA02360 The Arc is a private, non-profit membership organization that provides supports for people with developmental…More disabilities and their families. It was founded in 1966 by parents and volunteers dedicated to promoting the dignity of children with developmental disabilities. The Arc of Greater Plymouth's service area includes the towns of Plymouth, Plympton, Hanover, Hanson, Carver, Duxbury, Marshfield, Pembroke, Halifax and Kingston. Its services include but are not limited to family support, employment services and supported living. The Arc is conveniently located in Cordage Park and offers ample free parking.
Driftwood Folk Cafe @ First Parish Church 19 Town Sq, Plymouth, MA02360 Driftwood Folk Cafe is a non-profit organization. The volunteers operate the coffee shop and music venue located at the…More First Parish Church downstairs in Kendall Hall. Patrons enjoy dining on various desserts and drinks while listening to all types of acoustic music, including folk, rock, country/folk, roots and blues. Shows are generally held the second Saturday of the month.
Town of Plymouth Office of Emergency Management 2209 State Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for handling the town's response to emergencies, including…More weather-related and nuclear emergencies. The office gathers and organizes volunteer and professional responses in emergency situations, including setting up shelters and organizing evacuations. Information regarding emergencies related to the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant is available on the office's website. The TTY line for the hearing impared is 508-747-0699. The office is located State Road at the Cedarville Fire Station.
Located on State Road in the Manomet section of Plymouth, St. Bonaventure's is a Roman Catholic church that serves…More the residents of south Plymouth.
It offers daily and weekly services, religious education, ministries, fundraising and other volunteering opportunities. For more information, you can visit its website or call the parish office.
St. Bonaventure Catholic Church has plenty of free parking in its lot and is just minutes away from the highway.
Plymouth Community Theater 11 North St, Plymouth, MA02360 Plymouth Community Theater (PCT) in a non-profit performing arts collaborative that provides a venue for both…More professional and amateur actors, and performs a variety of plays for the community throughout the year. Past performances have included Brighton Beach Memoirs, Steel Magnolias, Book of Days and plenty of Shakespeare. In addition, PCT also hosts a number of theater workshops and seminars for kids, teens and adults. Auditions are held for prospective members, and volunteers are always welcome.