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National Take Your Child to the Library Day41 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library celebrated National Take Your Child to the Library Day this Saturday, February 1, with an entire day filled with special activities for children. All day long, a steady stream of kids enjoyed activities such as a library scavenger hunt, playing chess, watching the movie “Up,” and face painting. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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National Take Your Child to the Library Day43 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library celebrated National Take Your Child to the Library Day this Saturday, February 1, with an entire day filled with special activities for children. All day long, a steady stream of kids enjoyed activities such as a library scavenger hunt, playing chess, watching the movie “Up,” and face painting. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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National Take Your Child to the Library Day41 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library celebrated National Take Your Child to the Library Day this Saturday, February 1, with an entire day filled with special activities for children. All day long, a steady stream of kids enjoyed activities such as a library scavenger hunt, playing chess, watching the movie “Up,” and face painting. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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National Take Your Child to the Library Day41 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library celebrated National Take Your Child to the Library Day this Saturday, February 1, with an entire day filled with special activities for children. All day long, a steady stream of kids enjoyed activities such as a library scavenger hunt, playing chess, watching the movie “Up,” and face painting. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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National Take Your Child to the Library Day40 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library celebrated National Take Your Child to the Library Day this Saturday, February 1, with an entire day filled with special activities for children. All day long, a steady stream of kids enjoyed activities such as a library scavenger hunt, playing chess, watching the movie “Up,” and face painting. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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Chili Cook Off 43 viewsThe Mattapoisett Congregational Church held a Chili Cook Off to support church’s Mission trip to southern Appalachia to help children. Riley Coughlin satisfied with the many samplings. Photos courtesy Patricia Berry
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Chili Cook Off 44 viewsThe Mattapoisett Congregational Church held a Chili Cook Off to support church’s Mission trip to southern Appalachia to help children. Bruce Harken serving his secret Chili. Photos courtesy Patricia Berry
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Schooner Era46 viewsThe authors of a new book, The Last of the Fairhaven Coasters: Reliving the era of the coastal schooner in Mattapoisett, gave a talk on January 26 at the Mattapoisett Historical Museum Carriage House about Daniel Tucker’s father Captain Claude S. Tucker, captain of his beloved schooner the Coral. Pictured from left to right: Robert Demanche, Daniel Tucker, and Caroline Tucker. By Jean Perry
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Schooner Era41 viewsThe authors of a new book, The Last of the Fairhaven Coasters: Reliving the era of the coastal schooner in Mattapoisett, gave a talk on January 26 at the Mattapoisett Historical Museum Carriage House about Daniel Tucker’s father Captain Claude S. Tucker, captain of his beloved schooner the Coral. Pictured from left to right: Robert Demanche, Daniel Tucker, and Caroline Tucker. By Jean Perry
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Schooner Era43 viewsThe authors of a new book, The Last of the Fairhaven Coasters: Reliving the era of the coastal schooner in Mattapoisett, gave a talk on January 26 at the Mattapoisett Historical Museum Carriage House about Daniel Tucker’s father Captain Claude S. Tucker, captain of his beloved schooner the Coral. Pictured from left to right: Robert Demanche, Daniel Tucker, and Caroline Tucker. By Jean Perry
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Rainbow Scene53 viewsThis great rainbow photo was taken by Kathleen Damaskos on Mattapoisett Neck Road on Saturday
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Letter Writters159 viewsThese Mattapoisett women spent their Sunday afternoon writing letters on behalf of political prisoners at the Mattapoisett Friends Meeting House. The activity that took place on January 19 was part of the Amnesty International “Write for Rights” campaign, which the Friends Meeting House hosts every three months. For more information contact Deena Kinsky at tomanddeena@gmail.com.
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