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Chinese Culture79 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture80 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Chinese Culture113 viewsChildren learned about Chinese culture and the Year of the Rabbit at a February 24, 2011 Mattapoisett library event. Librarian Linda Burke read a traditional Chinese story, and then the children enjoyed making their own dragons, watched as Haiying Zhang wrote their names in Mandarin, and tried eating fried rice with chopsticks. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Science Fair86 viewsLuke Johns of Mattapoisett is pictured with a judge from the Falmouth Academy Science Fair. Mr. Johns won second place in the grades 9 through 11 for his project “A G. ruber oxygen isotope record from the western tropical Atlantic." Photo by Susan D. Moffat.
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Walk for Peace72 viewsThe bitter cold couldn’t stop their mission for peace. About a dozen members of the Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist Order, and their supporters could be seen walking, chanting and banging a drum along Route 6 on February 24, 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Walk for Peace72 viewsThe bitter cold couldn’t stop their mission for peace. About a dozen members of the Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist Order, and their supporters could be seen walking, chanting and banging a drum along Route 6 on February 24, 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Buddha Trek91 viewsWhile most of us bunkered down in our offices and homes on this clear winter day, about a dozen members of the Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist Order, and their supporters could be seen walking, chanting and banging a drum along Route 6 on February 24, 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli
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Buddha Trek83 viewsWhile most of us bunkered down in our offices and homes on this clear winter day, about a dozen members of the Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist Order, and their supporters could be seen walking, chanting and banging a drum along Route 6 on February 24, 2011. Photo by Laura Pedulli
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Composting73 viewsThe SouthCoast Homeschoolers Eco Focus Group gathered at the Mattapoisett Library recently to build their own red wiggler farms. Pictured here, Josiah Filsinger and his sister Alyzah get their hands on some composting worms. Photo courtesy of Diana Mendes.
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Composting87 viewsTracy Elizabeth Lawrence Gillen finds red wiggler worms for the members of The SouthCoast Homeschoolers Eco Focus Group at the Mattapoisett Library. Ms. Gillen recently taught the children to build their own worm farms to turn “waste into garden gold”. Photo courtesy of Diana Mendes.
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Winter Walk101 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust members and friends enjoyed a hike through the wintery woods on Saturday, February 12, 2011. The group explored the Brownell parcel, which MLT is planning to acquire this summer. The parcel includes an old blueberry orchard and small streams. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Winter Walk74 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust members and friends enjoyed a hike through the wintery woods on Saturday, February 12, 2011. The group explored the Brownell parcel, which MLT is planning to acquire this summer. The parcel includes an old blueberry orchard and small streams. Photo by Felix Perez.
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