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Azorean Maritime 68 viewsThe Azorean Maritime Heritage Society in New Bedford, MA is hosting about 70 people from the Azores in early September 2010 for the International Azorean Whaleboat Regatta with teams from USA, racing against teams from Pico and Faial. The 70 or so visitors from the Azores are being housed at the homes of the members of the Society in New Bedford, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, and Mattapoisett. Photo courtesy of Barbara Treban.
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Azorean Maritime 62 viewsThe Azorean Maritime Heritage Society in New Bedford, MA is hosting about 70 people from the Azores in early September 2010 for the International Azorean Whaleboat Regatta with teams from USA, racing against teams from Pico and Faial. The 70 or so visitors from the Azores are being housed at the homes of the members of the Society in New Bedford, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, and Mattapoisett. Photo courtesy of Barbara Treban.
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Baywatchers81 viewsBaywatchers program director Tony Williams of the Coalition for Buzzard’s Bay displays the water sampling equipment used by the volunteers who collect water data at 30 points along Buzzard’s Bay. Volunteers sample water to test oxygen saturation, clarity, temperature and more. Volunteers, especially in Marion, are needed and anyone can get involved. Contact Mr. Williams at 508-999-6363, ext. 203. Photos by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Baywatchers66 viewsBaywatchers program director Tony Williams of the Coalition for Buzzard’s Bay displays the water sampling equipment used by the volunteers who collect water data at 30 points along Buzzard’s Bay. Volunteers sample water to test oxygen saturation, clarity, temperature and more. Volunteers, especially in Marion, are needed and anyone can get involved. Contact Mr. Williams at 508-999-6363, ext. 203. Photos by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Baywatchers76 viewsBaywatchers program director Tony Williams of the Coalition for Buzzard’s Bay displays the water sampling equipment used by the volunteers who collect water data at 30 points along Buzzard’s Bay. Volunteers sample water to test oxygen saturation, clarity, temperature and more. Volunteers, especially in Marion, are needed and anyone can get involved. Contact Mr. Williams at 508-999-6363, ext. 203. Photos by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Godspell80 viewsThe Burt Wood School of Performing Arts’ annual Summer Arts Festival will be performing Godspell. The musical will take place at the Wayne Caron Auditorium at Middleboro High School on Saturday, July 31 at 7:00 pm and will also have a matinee showing on Sunday, August 1 at 1:00 pm. Performers will include Abby Wheeler of Marion. Tickets are $15. For more information, please visit www.burtwoodschool.com or call 508-946-1071. Photo courtesy of the Burt Wood School.
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Gardens by the Sea70 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gardens by the Sea73 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gardens by the Sea73 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gardens by the Sea63 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gardens by the Sea65 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Gardens by the Sea63 viewsPlant-lovers got a chance to see some of the SouthCoast’s most coveted gardens on Friday, July 9, 2010, when St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church held their annual Gardens by the Sea event to raise funds for their local and global outreach. Private garden locations included Point Road, Moorings Drive and Planting Island. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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