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Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π. Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. While π is certainly important, we enjoy the excuse to bake one of America’s favorite desserts: pie! 

In 1620, a group of 104 passengers arrived in New England aboard the Mayflower. After a harsh winter, only 52 of the original Pilgrims survived and founded Plymouth Colony. Through a cooperative project with Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD), an effort is now underway to match genetic descendants back to these Mayflower families.

Registration for the General Board of Assistants Meeting 2018 in St. Charles, Illinois this September is officially open! 

In 1646, three mysterious shiploads of English privateers sailed into Plymouth harbor flush with Spanish gold and rich cargoes they had seized in the Caribbean… Join us on Saturday, May 19th as we relive the tumult!

The Mayflower Society House is not the only building on our grounds with history!

The road leading up to Town Square was originally home to where Dr. Samuel Fuller, Governor William Bradford, Peter Browne and other Mayflower Pilgrims first settled in the New World. 

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