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Fall Fun70 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House hosted a cider-making and pumpkin-carving event at the Museum on September 26. Children got the chance to press their own cider, carve some silly faces, and peel apples. Nothing tastes better than cider you’ve made yourself! Photo by Felix Perez.
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Fall Fun69 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House hosted a cider-making and pumpkin-carving event at the Museum on September 26. Children got the chance to press their own cider, carve some silly faces, and peel apples. Nothing tastes better than cider you’ve made yourself! Photo by Felix Perez.
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Fall Fun63 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House hosted a cider-making and pumpkin-carving event at the Museum on September 26. Children got the chance to press their own cider, carve some silly faces, and peel apples. Nothing tastes better than cider you’ve made yourself! Photo by Felix Perez.
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Book Drive76 viewsThere was no shortage of book donations at the gray box drop-off located at St. Anthony’s Church in Mattapoisett. The collection from this donation went to fund the parish and its works. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Defense65 viewsTrish Akins and Dara Midwood teach Tri-Town women a free lesson in self-defense at the Mattapoisett Council on Aging classroom at the Center School on Friday mornings. For more information on this class (open to all ages), call the COA at 508-758-4110. Photos by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Defense66 viewsTrish Akins and Dara Midwood teach Tri-Town women a free lesson in self-defense at the Mattapoisett Council on Aging classroom at the Center School on Friday mornings. For more information on this class (open to all ages), call the COA at 508-758-4110. Photos by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Accident on 19591 viewsA green Pontiac struck a state trooper's vehicle on 195 westbound on September 15, 2010 at the Mattapoisett 19A exit. Both the driver of the Pontiac and the state trooper were hospitalized. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Tropical Storm Earl118 viewsThe Mattapoisett Fire Department was well prepared for anything Hurricane Earl might offer. The firefighters were in good spirits while they waited for Earl to arrive early Friday evening. Fortunately, the tropical storm didn't give them much to do as it passed by the area uneventfully in the early morning hours. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Tropical Storm Earl94 viewsBoth Mattapoisett and Marion docks were busy spots last week when the National Weather Service issued a Hurricane Warning to the region. Plymouth county, in addition to Cape Cod, the Islands, and Bristol county, prepared for Hurricane Earl, a category 3 hurricane that stood the potential to make landfall in southeastern Massachusetts. Instead, Earl skirted just east of the region, hitting the Tri-Town with some rain. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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The Butterfly111 viewsThe Butterfly, a boat skippered by Vern Tisdale, left from Mattapoisett Harbor at the August 15 2010 Stone Horse Rendezvous and Builder's Cup, sponsored by the New Bedford Yacht Club. Photo courtesy of Tom Kenney.
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The Big Bake136 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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The Big Bake103 viewsMichael Lamoureux of the American Legion Florence Eastman Post 220 called the August 8, 2010 clambake a “gigantic success”. Close to 240 people came to enjoy an old-fashioned clambake with the Lions’ Club, the Mattapoisett Boy Scout Troop 53, Mattapoisett firefighters, and the Firefighters Auxiliary Club all pitching in to help. Photos by Lynn Short.
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