Issue 43 | February 10, 2021
Lea Filson, President/CEO, See Plymouth
Today’s theme is ‘Time to Be Happy’

It is time to see the glass half full and not half empty. It has been a horrendous year but how we decide to go forward will determine our future year. Staying positive is as important to our health as taking medicine. Studies show that happy people stay healthier for longer stretches of time and often when they do get sick, their symptoms are less severe.

With news of vaccinations on the horizon, the hospitality business is waking from its long sleep. All the surveys and metrics we are watching indicate that people are now, at last, planning and actually beginning to book attractions and trips. With 40% occupancy now allowed in restaurants, people are beginning to return and hopefully will increase in numbers within the next few months.

This season will still lag a bit from the norm, but all indications are that our 2022 season will be bursting at the seams. We have that and a lot more to be thankful for. We have our friends and families, and we live in the best place on earth!

Other good news…in addition to being named a top travel destination in 2021 by, Plymouth just received another accolade.
Locals are Tourists too…25 Best Things to do in Plymouth
10 Best U.S. Family Vacations

Welcome New and Returning See Plymouth Members!
1620 Winery & Wine Bar
Alden House Historic Site/Alden Kindred
Alden Park
Aristocracy Salon & Day Spa
Art Shoppe Jess Art Studio, The
Back Roads of the South Shore
Billington Sea Kayak
Blake Planetarium
Bramhall's Country Store
Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association
Cape Codder Resort & Spa
Celebrate Greater Plymouth
Colony Place
Concord, Town of
Cork & Table Kitchen & Wine Bar
Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce
Cupcake Charlie's, LLC
Daniel Webster Inn & Spa
Dead of Night Ghost Tours
Discover Quincy
Hampton Inn & Suites
Heritage Museums & Gardens
Hingham Historical Society
Hotel 1620 Plymouth Harbor
Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce
Hy-Line Cruises
Indianhead Resort
Inn at Scituate Harbor
Island Queen-Ferry
Jenney Interpretive Center, The
Made It!
Mamma Mia's
Michael Varao, Real Estate Consultant
Middleborough Historical Assn. & Museum
Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth
Falmouth Museums on the Green
Neat Lady Fishing
Newport Jerky Company
Old Colony Planning Council
Pilgrim Hall Museum/Pilgrim Society
Pilgrim John Howland Society
Pinehills, LLC
Pinewood Lodge Campground
Pioppi's Liqours
Plimoth Candy Company
Plimoth Patuxet Museums
Plymouth Antiquarian Society
Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce
Plymouth Bay Winery
Plymouth Center for the Arts/Plymouth Guild
Plymouth Harbor Knits
Plymouth Mysteries, LLC
Plymouth Night Tour
Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra
Plymouth Public Library
Plymouth Regional Economic Development Foundation
Plymouth Rock Foundation/Pilgrim Progress
Plymouth Yacht Club
Priscilla Beach Theater
Project Arts of Plymouth
Roll Street Tavern
Ryan Family Amusements (was not a 2020 member)
Salem Witch Museum
Scituate Chamber of Commerce
Sandwich Chamber of Commerce
Sandy Pond Campground
Sandy's at Plymouth Beach
Scituate Historical Society
Sea 5 Ventures
Second Wind Brewing Company
Shelly's Tea Rooms
Spectacle Management
Spirit of Plymouth Tours
Steamship Authority
Stellor Custom Jewelry
Susan Perry Skin Care & Day Spa
Three V
Triple M
USA Renaissance Events Rentals and Sales, Inc.
We Need a Vacation
Woods Seafood
Future Wellness Trends Beginning in 2021
Ten Steps to Hotel
Business Recovery
USTA Update
February 8 Travel
Sentiment Information –
More Good News!
Little Fluffy Puppies…
Smile, laugh, and feel good
Pandas Know How to Chill...
and make you smile
Ten Proven Scientific
Ways to be Happy
In case puppies and Pandas
don’t do the trick…
For those who love science, here is a new climate change solution
Storing Data in Outer Space
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