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Ned’s Point Lighthouse25 viewsEd Pepin took this photo of Ned’s Point lighthouse from an angle not usually seen. Jan 21, 2015
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Amnesty International20 viewsCharlotte Purrington and Deena Kinsky from the Mattapoisett Friends Meeting House participated in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign on Sunday, January 18. Photos by Marliou NewellJan 21, 2015
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Amnesty International18 viewsCharlotte Purrington and Deena Kinsky from the Mattapoisett Friends Meeting House participated in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign on Sunday, January 18. Photos by Marliou NewellJan 21, 2015
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New England Waters19 viewsEven in the throes of winter, seaside life persists in the icy cold New England waters. On Monday, January 19, two men were seen digging for quahogs during low tide in Mattapoisett Harbor at the end of Reservation Road. Donning waders and wielding rakes, the two men persisted in their winter work, while seagulls above them did the same. Photo by Colin Veitch. January 22, 2015 editionJan 21, 2015
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Big Foot Museum19 viewsAndrew Whalen of Mattapoisett recently went to willow creek California and visited the Big Foot museum. Jan 21, 2015
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Amnesty International18 viewsCharlotte Purrington and Deena Kinsky from the Mattapoisett Friends Meeting House participated in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign on Sunday, January 18. Photos by Marliou NewellJan 21, 2015
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Big Foot Museum19 viewsAndrew Whalen of Mattapoisett recently went to willow creek California and visited the Big Foot museum. Jan 21, 2015
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Ned’s Point Lighthouse24 viewsEd Pepin took this photo of Ned’s Point lighthouse from an angle not usually seen. Jan 21, 2015

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Planning for 15095 viewsOn Sunday, April 1, a group of gardening enthusiasts gathered at The Mattapoisett Inn for a benefit aimed at helping to beautify the town with flowers in advance of this summers 150th birthday celebration. The project will include installing window boxes at Shipyard Park and the Town Beach and also planting a flower bed in the shape of the 150th Anniversary logo at the entrance to the Town Wharf. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Triathlon 2009151 viewsOver two hundred athletes participated in this year's Mattapoisett Triathlon on Sunday morning, July 12. The athletes endurance was tested over a course which included a quarter-mile swim, a ten-mile bike ride and a three and three quarters-mile run. The race marks the beginning of the Mattapoisett Lions Club's annual Harbor Days Celebration with events including a craft fair, several suppers and a pancake breakfast , which unfold over the course of the week. Photo by Robert Chiarito.
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Flying the Town's Flag300 views(L. to R.) Mattapoisett artist Peter Martin, Mattapoisett Lions Club President Lance Calise, and Arthur Blackburn, Chairman of the Lions Club Flag Project, pose with the Mattapoisett town flag designed by Mr. Martin. The flag hangs in the Hall of Flags at the State House depicting the history and spirit of the Mattapoisett community. The Mattapoisett Lions Club will be selling flags at Harbor Days and throughout the year for $35 to benefit Lions Club charities and commemorating the Towns 150th anniversary.
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Rummage Sale!87 viewsThere were lots of little treasures to choose from when the Mattapoisett Congregational Church held their annual rummage sale on Saturday, May 15, 2010. Items for sale included clothing, books and decorative items. Photo by Felix Perez.