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Quahog Book Awards22 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards20 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards21 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards18 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Quahog Book Awards18 viewsOn May 2, Jeanne McCullough from the Mattapoisett Public Library held the 7th annual Quahog Book Awards ceremony. Part of the children’s winter reading program, the young readers selected the winning books by majority voting to receive the award – a decal displayed on the front cover of each award-winning publication. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Ikebana18 viewsMattapoisett resident Ellen Flynn gave an Ikebana flower arranging demonstration at the public library on May 5. This type of flower arranging began in 7th century Japan, and Flynn has studied the art form for over 15 years. Reading from a centuries-old verse about Ikebana, Flynn shared that this art form is “like a poem, or a painting.” Photos by Marilou Newell
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Ikebana19 viewsMattapoisett resident Ellen Flynn gave an Ikebana flower arranging demonstration at the public library on May 5. This type of flower arranging began in 7th century Japan, and Flynn has studied the art form for over 15 years. Reading from a centuries-old verse about Ikebana, Flynn shared that this art form is “like a poem, or a painting.” Photos by Marilou Newell
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Ikebana18 viewsMattapoisett resident Ellen Flynn gave an Ikebana flower arranging demonstration at the public library on May 5. This type of flower arranging began in 7th century Japan, and Flynn has studied the art form for over 15 years. Reading from a centuries-old verse about Ikebana, Flynn shared that this art form is “like a poem, or a painting.” Photos by Marilou Newell
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Ned's Point18 viewsMorgan Browning captured these golden moments at Ned’s Point during the evening of Monday, May 7.
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Arbor Day27 viewsRaising the Arbor Day Flag at Mattapoisett Town Hall in April 27 were Tree Warden Roland Cote, Tree Committee member Jodi Bauer, and Chairman Sandy Hering. Mattapoisett is celebrating its 10th year as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Blacking Out 38 viewsSomeone else may have written the words, but it takes a poet to pluck out the meaningful ones and turn it into a poem. The Mattapoisett Library hosted a Blackout Poetry Lab on Saturday, April 21, and provided all the materials for any blackout poet to explore the art form. April is Poetry Month, and this was just one of many celebrations of poetry at the library. Photos by Jean Perry
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Blacking Out 34 viewsSomeone else may have written the words, but it takes a poet to pluck out the meaningful ones and turn it into a poem. The Mattapoisett Library hosted a Blackout Poetry Lab on Saturday, April 21, and provided all the materials for any blackout poet to explore the art form. April is Poetry Month, and this was just one of many celebrations of poetry at the library. Photos by Jean Perry
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