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Pembroke is a town located in Plymouth County, MA, with a population of approximately 17,837 residents as of the 2010 census. Pembroke is a suburban town known for its rural charm and proximity to the coast. The town was first settled in 1650 and was officially incorporated in 1712.
Throughout its history, Pembroke has played a significant role in the development of the region. During the American Revolution, Pembroke residents served in the first "alarm" sent out by Paul Revere. In the 19th century, the town experienced significant growth and development, with several new industries like shipbuilding and businesses being established. Today, Pembroke is a thriving community with a rich cultural heritage, offering a blend of suburban conveniences and rural charm to its residents.
The town is home to several notable landmarks, including the Pembroke Friends Meetinghouse, a historic Quaker meeting house built in 1706. Additionally, there are several parks and recreational areas, such as the Indian Head Trail, which offers scenic views of the town and its surroundings. One of Pembroke's most well-known annual events is the Grand Old Fish Fry, which brings together residents and visitors for a celebration of local food, live music, and community spirit.
Despite its recent growth and development, Pembroke has managed to maintain its small-town feel and is considered a desirable place to live for families and professionals alike.
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