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Tinkhamtown Chapel 85 viewsCarolers gathered at Tinkhamtown Chapel in Mattapoisett on the evening of December 17, 2011, to evoke the Christmas spirit. Revelers enjoyed old holiday song favorites and warmth from a potbelly stove. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Dreaming of a White Christmas116 viewsThis barn, photographed on December 26, 2010, was part of the original Riverside Farms, a dairy farm that stretched along River Road. It was built in the late 1930s by Manuel R. Nunes, Sr. when an agricultural law was passed to segregate horses from dairy cattle. His son, Manuel R. Nunes, Jr. was the Mattapoisett Highway Surveyor for many years. The barn is still in use today for horses and hay storage by Nunes descendants, still living along River Road. Photo by Tim Smith.
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Tinkhamtown Carolers83 viewsCarolers gathered at Tinkhamtown Chapel in Mattapoisett on the evening of December 17, 2011, to evoke the Christmas spirit. Revelers enjoyed old holiday song favorites and warmth from a potbelly stove. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Missing Storm Drains103 viewsA rash of storm drain cover thefts overnight on December 10 in Mattapoisett and Fairhaven had police searching for suspects who stole the metal to scrap for money.
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Mother Goose71 viewsThe children of Ms. Boudreau's kindergarten class were among the Center School students who enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose (Anne-Marie Forer) on the morning of December 9, 2011. The event was arranged by the Mattapoisett PTA, Arts and Humanities Committee. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mother Goose55 viewsThe children of Ms. Boudreau's kindergarten class were among the Center School students who enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose (Anne-Marie Forer) on the morning of December 9, 2011. The event was arranged by the Mattapoisett PTA, Arts and Humanities Committee. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mother Goose47 viewsThe children of Ms. Boudreau's kindergarten class were among the Center School students who enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose (Anne-Marie Forer) on the morning of December 9, 2011. The event was arranged by the Mattapoisett PTA, Arts and Humanities Committee. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mother Goose43 viewsThe children of Ms. Boudreau's kindergarten class were among the Center School students who enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose (Anne-Marie Forer) on the morning of December 9, 2011. The event was arranged by the Mattapoisett PTA, Arts and Humanities Committee. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mother Goose44 viewsThe children of Ms. Boudreau's kindergarten class were among the Center School students who enjoyed a visit from Mother Goose (Anne-Marie Forer) on the morning of December 9, 2011. The event was arranged by the Mattapoisett PTA, Arts and Humanities Committee. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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MHS Caroling46 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Society hosted a caroling event on Sunday, December 11, 2011. About 25 people gathered at the Museum and Carriage House at 5 Church Street and then meandered throughout the village to spread Holiday cheer. A caroling favorite for the children was Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman – adult carolers preferred "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Photo by Anne Kakley.
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MHS Caroling46 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Society hosted a caroling event on Sunday, December 11, 2011. About 25 people gathered at the Museum and Carriage House at 5 Church Street and then meandered throughout the village to spread Holiday cheer. A caroling favorite for the children was Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman – adult carolers preferred "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Photo by Anne Kakley.
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MHS Caroling38 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Society hosted a caroling event on Sunday, December 11, 2011. About 25 people gathered at the Museum and Carriage House at 5 Church Street and then meandered throughout the village to spread Holiday cheer. A caroling favorite for the children was Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman – adult carolers preferred "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Photo by Anne Kakley.
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