On November 18th, Barnicle and Husk were part of the America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth, MA as special guests on the Plymouth 400 float.
Over the course of the three-hour parade, they were in the company of marching bands, historic cars and historical re-enactors from all over the country. There were even 17 different decorated floats showing every era of American history, from the Wampanoag "People of the First Light" to today! From a wetu to a 19th century schoolhouse to WWI and WWII planes, the parade had a lot to look at— even a float for the Patriots!
Barnicle and Husk had a lot of fun waving to the crowds and seeing all your smiling faces. If you came out to the parade to say hi, thank you! If you didn’t, keep a look out for next year, they’ll surely be back even bigger and better than before.
After the parade, they attended ILLUMINATE; a Plymouth 400 candle-lighting ceremony at the First Parish Church in Plymouth, recognizing young people that have made a difference in other’s lives. Barnicle and Husk gave out hugs and high fives to the attendees, making sure that they did their part to light up the night.