572 Main St, Plymouth, CT Phone: 860-584-4634.
1-4 p.m. The Plymouth Historical Society is leading a tour of the little known village of East Plymouth. East Plymouth was home to Tory families during the Revolutionary War, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Periodically, the Sons of Liberty would raid East Plymouth, causing the Tories to run into the woods and hide in a rock shelter called "Tory Den". The tour includes a stroll around the historic buildings and the old graveyard, and then a 1-mile walk along the Blue Trail to Tory Den, where a historic visitor who once inhabited the cave will be waiting. Come find out who it will be! (Hint-it rhymes with "Weatherman"). The tour begins at 1pm at the Historical Society Museum at 572 Main Street. A bus will take everyone to East Plymouth for the tour. The bus will return to the Museum by 4pm. The tour is free, but please call 860-584-4634 to register. Kids welcome.