The Wanderer Photo Gallery

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Family Masterpiece 46 viewsWith the help of unseasonably warm weather, Visual Artist Jill Hoy paints a Mattapoisett Village home. The artwork was commissioned by two children for their parents as a surprise 30th anniversary gift. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Snow Day90 viewsThe first snow of the year but not quite enough to cancel school.
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Pet Picks105 viewsEach week we showcase pets from the TriTown and the stories behind them. Send in your pet pictures and stories so we can share them with all our readers. This is Armani aka Ari. He is a six year old Newfoundland who spent the first four years of his life abused and neglected. John and Kathy Guilherme from Mattapoisett adopted him 2 1/2 years ago from the Newfoundland Rescue of New England.
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Blacked Out90 viewsThe Wanderer website is blacked out today to protest proposed U.S. legislation that threatens internet freedom: the Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). From personal blogs to Wikipedia, sites all over the web — including this one — are asking you to help stop this dangerous legislation from being passed. Please visit www. fightforthefuture.org/pipa and learn what you can do to protect the web.
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Wreck Wanderer113 viewsWhere is it? This painting by Antone Silva is somewhere in the Tri-Town. Do you know where? Do you know at what location The Wanderer wrecked?
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Coat Drive54 viewsA Mattapoisett "One Warm Coat" drive, organized by Doreen Gomes and Nancy Duff, yielded 160 gently used and new coats of all shapes and sizes on December 31, 2011. The coats were collected and donated to Child and Family Services for distribution to people in need in the Greater New Bedford Area. From left to right, Nancy Duff, Susan Remy, Bruce E Rocha Jr., Laura Pedulli, Marc Boulanger, Jacob Hasson help with the One Warm Coat Drive. Photo by Bruce Rocha.
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Nasketucket Bird Club127 viewsThis Great Horned Owl was spotted by "birder" Carolyn Longworth on a December Nasketucket outing. The next meeting of the Nasketucket Bird Club will be Thursday, January 26, 7:00 pm at the Mattapoisett library. The group will discuss plans for programs, trips, and speakers. Everyone is welcome. Nasketucket members include birders from Mattapoisett, Wareham, Marion, Rochester, Fairhaven, Acushnet, and other area towns.
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2012 Predictions130 viewsWhat does 2012 have in store for the TriTown?
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First Night Fireworks122 viewsDespite the rain, organizers continued with plans for fireworks at New Bedford's First Night on December 31, 2011. The fireworks are scheduled to take place over downtown and the harbor at 9:00 pm. Photo by Robert Chiarito.
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Flash Mob61 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob64 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob58 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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