Plymouth Rock News you can use. Today is Forefather’s Day in Plymouth MA and below is a link to a video created by Hawk Visuals that was shot at 5:30AM this morning. The event is an annual tradition of Plymouth Old Colony Club celebrating the arrival of the Pilgrims on December 22, 1620. The POC was formed in 1769. Happy Forefather’s Day America! Enjoy!
Have You Ever Visited Me?
Plymouth Rock News you can use. Johnny Drama and his Funky Entourage are getting ready for the 400th Anniversary of the Arrival of the Pilgrims Celebration. Check out this Behind The Scenes recording of a rehearsal of Drama singing with his sister Elizabeth (Lee Lee) Alves, the Theme Song of the book “Have You Ever Visited Me?”
Protect This Rock
Here’s another Behind The Scenes rehearsal. This time it’s of Song #10 “Protect This Rock” sung by everybody in Drama’s Funk Lab including a guest star. Can you guess who she is?
Note: At this point in the book the Town Fathers of Plymouth MA make the decision to protect Plymouth Rock from souvenir hunters.
Plymouth Rock News you can use. Presenting our first Plymouth Rock karaoke video! We intend to create more karaoke videos as we go along. “Have You Ever Visited Me” (sung by the Rock itself) is the theme song of “The Secrets of Plymouth Rock”.
I’ve never made a karaoke video before. How did I do?
Plymouth Rock tells the story of the Arrival of the Pilgrims in The Secrets of Plymouth Rock.
The karoake video can help children to more quickly learn the words to the songs. If you would like us to make a karaoke video of a particular song from the show please let us know. We hope you’ll share this page on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. When you do you’ll help 3rd grade children from sea to shining sea rock their knowledge of Plymouth Rock while rockin’ a karaoke video.
Plymouth Rock News you can use. Plymouth Rock is center stage on PlymouthRock.org. It’s been almost one hundred years since the last big celebration in Plymouth Massachusetts for the Arrival of the Pilgrims, and the planning of the 400th anniversary is well underway at Plymouth 400. We think a celebration this grand requires song. We have created a fun way to celebrate Plymouth Rock and the Landing of the Pilgrims at your school. It’s called, Rockin’ The Secrets of Plymouth Rock Assembly based on Diane L Finn and Erin Finn Zell’s “The Secrets of Plymouth Rock”. The story is told by the Rock itself.