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International Talk Like a Pirate Day events, Sept. 19

Posted by Jen Clark Estes  September 10, 2013 08:17 AM

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Avast, me hearties! 'Tis time again for ye old International Talk Like a Pirate Day, when thousands lubbers 'round the world unleash their inner pirate. Yargh! If ye be interested getting yer pirate on, here be a few events and locations 'round ye old Boston area where ye can let out your heartiest "Arrr"! (Photo: iStockphoto.com)

"Talk Like a Pirate Day," Barefoot Books, 89 Thoreau St., Concord. Thurs., Sept. 19, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Free story time; $4 per craft. Fun pirate stories and crafts. Costumes welcome. www.barefootbooks.com

"International Talk Like a Pirate Day," Discovery Museums, 177 Main St., Acton. Thurs., Sept. 19, 10 a.m. With museum admission: $11; seniors, $10; under age one, members and teachers, free. Learn how to speak like a pirate, create your own hat and eye patch, search for hidden treasure, and practice how to walk the plank. www.discoverymuseums.org

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"International Talk Like a Pirate Day," Bolton Public Library, 738 Main St., Bolton. Thurs., Sept. 19, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Free. Pirate-themed story time and crafts. www.bolstonpubliclibrary.org

New England Pirate Museum, 274 Derby St., Salem. Daily, 10 a.m., with last tour starting at 5 p.m. Adults, $8; 65+, $7; ages 4-13, $6. What better place to celebrate talking like a pirate than at a pirate museum? Swashbucklers, artifacts, treasures, a pirate ship and more are waiting to be discovered. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. www.piratemuseum.com
(Photo: Olivia dressed as a pirate for Halloween, submitted by Robert of Plymouth)

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