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Spring Training 2010

March 11th, 2010 by admin

Here are some pictures of this years spring training:

That’s (half of a) Rebecca, Stacy, Bertie, Norah, Whitney, and Liz.

Village artisans Tom, Mark and Justin.

2 Responses to “Spring Training 2010”

  1. Shelley-Jo says:

    I don’t know if you’re going to blog about it or not, but every year the employees of Plimoth Plantation are involved in a 2 week training period that is fairly diverse of topic. It’s difficult to explain in a short comment, but we learn “current events” for 1627, practice dialect, have family time with the people that will be playing other characters in our village, sing, dance and hear from others in the community about our role in/or what we can learn from the larger museum community. It can be a lot of fun, tiring and inspiring!!

  2. Stacy says:

    To add on to what Shelley-Jo has said it also is a time for things that are going to happen this year to get discussed so that everyone seems to be on the same page. In the end after the winter it is great to get to see everyone again and get ready for another season of interpreting.

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