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Minister and teacher, Samuel Newman leaves Weymouth with a group of followers to settle in the new community of Rehoboth with room for all to live.

As tension mounts throughout the colonies against the British crown, Rehoboth's 3,500 residents, mostly

subsistance famers, celebrate the town's centennial.  

The Industrial Revolution has transformed America and shifted the state economy. Rehoboth reaches a peak in manufacturing while population declines down to 2000.

World War II rages on as Rehoboth's tri-centennial is celebrated on the

home front with a population of 3000. Rehoboth begins to transform into a

residential town.


Amidst political and   cultural upheaval, the town's 325th anniversary is celebrated with a restoration of the one-room Hornbine School. Population is now over 6000.  

The town's 350th is marked with a year of events, parades, a barn raising, and bringing back the Rehoboth Minute  Company. Nearly 9000 residents now call Rehoboth home.

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Be part of history by volunteering to help with Rehoboth 375 events and projects.  All ages welcome. We need lots of helping hands to staff events. Encourage your club to help as a group effort.  Or do you love photography - videography?  Attend events and submit your digital images.  PARTICIPATE

VOLUNTEERS OF ALL AGES NEEDED TO HELP

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Local groups, organizations, clubs, churches, schools, businesses, teams, etc. are all invited to march or ride in the parade.  There is no fee to participate.  Click for an application form.  For more info, contact Jean Grota at 508-714-9180 or email her at jean@integrityteamne.com

MARCH IN THE REHOBOTH 375 PARADE ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018