The Native Americans living near what is now Pembroke, Massachusetts, knew what they were doing when they called the region Mattakeesett, which means "place of much fish." The local rivers had an annual springtime run of herring that eventually led to colonists from several local towns coming over to grab all that they could haul away until 1741, when Pembroke began regulating the take.
The town still remembers those days with its “Grande Old Fish Fry,” usually held the first weekend in May at the Thomas Reading Herring Run Park and includes great music, duck races and, of course, succulent food. A lot of the proceeds go to the town’s Historical Society, which preserves the town’s historical properties and a museum. Pembroke’s water culture is enhanced by its numerous ponds, the North and Indian Head rivers and Silver Lake.
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