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Lions Movie Night34 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted the first in a series of outdoor movie nights at Shipyard Park. A good-sized crowd comprised of people of all ages, the young and the young at heart, gathered in a variety of seating arrangements to enjoy an open-air viewing of Back to the Future. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Lions Movie Night31 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted the first in a series of outdoor movie nights at Shipyard Park. A good-sized crowd comprised of people of all ages, the young and the young at heart, gathered in a variety of seating arrangements to enjoy an open-air viewing of Back to the Future. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Lions Movie Night34 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted the first in a series of outdoor movie nights at Shipyard Park. A good-sized crowd comprised of people of all ages, the young and the young at heart, gathered in a variety of seating arrangements to enjoy an open-air viewing of Back to the Future. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Lions Movie Night30 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted the first in a series of outdoor movie nights at Shipyard Park. A good-sized crowd comprised of people of all ages, the young and the young at heart, gathered in a variety of seating arrangements to enjoy an open-air viewing of Back to the Future. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Lions Movie Night29 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted the first in a series of outdoor movie nights at Shipyard Park. A good-sized crowd comprised of people of all ages, the young and the young at heart, gathered in a variety of seating arrangements to enjoy an open-air viewing of Back to the Future. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Brownell Family Blueberry Patch30 viewsPaul Osenkowski took The Wanderer’s Marilou Newell on a tour of the Mattapoisett Land Trust’s recently acquired Brownell family blueberry patch.The visit evoked memories, emotions, and a renewed reverence for our natural world. Photo by Marilou Newell.
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Taste of the Town120 viewsHundreds of Tri-Town residents descended on Shipyard Park last week for the popular Taste of the Town. Highlights included signature dishes from local restaurants and a performance from the talented Showstoppers. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Taste of the Town66 viewsHundreds of Tri-Town residents descended on Shipyard Park last week for the popular Taste of the Town. Highlights included signature dishes from local restaurants and a performance from the talented Showstoppers. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Taste of the Town65 viewsHundreds of Tri-Town residents descended on Shipyard Park last week for the popular Taste of the Town. Highlights included signature dishes from local restaurants and a performance from the talented Showstoppers. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Taste of the Town59 viewsHundreds of Tri-Town residents descended on Shipyard Park last week for the popular Taste of the Town. Highlights included signature dishes from local restaurants and a performance from the talented Showstoppers. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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69 views (l-r) Scott Blagden, Rebecca Maizel, Kimberly Marcus, and Joe Lawlor huddle up before Thursday night’s booksigning.
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Young Adult Author Signing54 viewsAuthor Scott Blagden mentors 14-year-old aspiring novelist Jacqueline Leduc.
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