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Marion Musical Melodrama537 viewsCast members of the Marion Art Center’s (MAC) summer production of The Drunkard include (l. to r.) Kim Krasky as “Mary the Heroine,” Kevin Halligan as “Edward the Hero,” and Rex McGraw as “The Villain.” Based on an 1844 temperance play by W.H.S. Smith, the MAC version of the show is based on a later 1970s adaption penned by Bro Herrod with music and lyrics by Barry Manilow. The show will be staged on July 28 and 29, August 3, 4 and 5 at 8:00 pm. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Painting the Town512 viewsMattapoisett artist Anthony Days works on a scenic watercolor landscape for the third annual “Paint the Town ... A Fresh Paint Event” to benefit the Mattapoisett Free Public Library. The event was held in anticipation of this weekend’s Harbor Days Festival and as part of a series of day-long activities which culminated with an auction of the paintings created earlier in the day and a “Taste of the Town” which showcased over a dozen local restauranteurs. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Nightfall at Ned's Point593 viewsThe iconic Ned’s Point Lighthouse in Mattapoisett pictured on a warm summer night. The lighthouse will once again be open for tours during July and August, courtesy of the local Coast Guard Auxiliary. (Photo by and courtesy of Bharat ‘Bill’ Patel).
Gardens by the Sea550 viewsJust one of the impressive and colorful private gardens in Marion that will be open for tours during the fourth annual “Gardens by the Sea” sponsored by Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church. The event will take place on Friday, June 30, with gardens open from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
Birthday Plans in the Making772 viewsThe Town of Mattapoisett is gearing up for a week-long 150th Anniversary celebration planned for August 2007 to commemorate their breaking off from the Town of Rochester in 1857. The planning committee is currently sponsoring a contest to get a new logo for the anniversary event which will be used for promotional items such as t-shirts. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
United We Stand473 viewsCenter School students Luke Gauvin (left) as James Madison and Meredith Gauvin (center) as George Washington go through a dress rehearsal for the Mattapoisett school’s annual end-of-the-year third grade production titled “United We Stand.” This year’s play focused on the founding of our nation and featured such songs as “We’ve Got To Be One People,” “Shhh! We’re Writing the Constitution,” and “It’s Wise to Compromise.” (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Family Ties465 viewsMichael D. Coe of New Haven, CT, a descendent of Henry Huttleston Rogers, poses in front of the plaque honoring his famous beneficent ancestor at Center School in Mattapoisett during a recent trip to visit all the sites in town related to his family’s rich history. (Photo courtesy of Natalie Hemingway).
River Rivals483 viewsCody Faustinho and Chris Faustinho Jr., both of Rochester, paddle their way down the Mattapoisett River from Grandma Hartley’s Reservoir in Rochester during the 2006 running of the annual Memorial Day Boat Race. The yearly tradition drew 80 two-person teams who made the nearly 11-mile trek in small, wood-framed boats. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
Arts in Action758 viewsSippican School First Grader Emily Hiller tries to create the lifelike ceramic fish from Grainger Pottery on display at the recent “Arts in Action” program held at the school. On May 13, the Marion school hosted its first “Arts in Action” show for members of the staff and local artists. Among other interesting and unique displays were Russian Egg painting, bird carving, mural painting, flip-flop sandal decorating and portrait sculpture.
Teaming Up Against Cancer674 viewsMembers of “Team Bertha,” a group of five local mothers and daughters, will walk almost 40 miles in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer with thousands of others to help find a cure. Team Bertha consists of Margaret (Mardee) Xifaras of Marion and her daughters, Juliet Xifaras of Fairhaven and Dena Xifaras of Roslindale, MA and Rochester resident Sharon Hartley and her daughter Amy Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett.
Horne Player in Marion606 viewsAs part of the William C. Maxwell Recital Series, Tabor Academy’s own David Horne, Choral Director and Chapel Organist, will perform on the Andrew Heitman Memorial Organ in Tabor’s Wickenden Chapel on Spring Street in Marion beginning at 8:00 pm on Friday, May 12. The concert is free and open to the public. (Photo by Marta Garcia-Gutierrez Baez).
A Midsummer Night's Dream950 viewsStudents at Memorial School in Rochester will once again stage one of Shakespeare’s great plays under the direction of teacher Danni Kleiman. This year’s production of The Bard’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the nineteenth annual Shakespeare production to be staged at the school and the first boasting an original adaptation written by Ms. Kleiman with original music composed by former student Michael Amaral. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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