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Tour de Crème9 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Tour de Crème9 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Tour de Crème9 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Tour de Crème10 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Tour de Crème8 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Tour de Crème9 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust in tandem with the Mattapoisett Bike Path Committee held its first Tour de Crème on Sunday, May 22. The fundraiser brought groups on three different courses – 13-, 25-, and 48-miles long – winding their way through area towns and making stops at various local ice cream parlors. Although rain was in the forecast all week, the over 150 participants lucked out with only partly cloudy skies. Photos by Colin Veitch
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8 viewsThe Mattapoisett Memorial Day parade on Monday will feature its first-ever riderless horse known as a “caparisoned horse,” a historic tradition that honors warriors and highly esteemed soldiers and individuals during a funeral procession. Led by her owner, Cheryl Randall Mach, ‘Honey’ will be formally dressed with two boots belonging to Mach’s grandfather, a WWI cavalry veteran, mounted in the stirrups facing backwards along with a silver cavalry sword.
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8 viewsThe Mattapoisett Memorial Day parade on Monday will feature its first-ever riderless horse known as a “caparisoned horse,” a historic tradition that honors warriors and highly esteemed soldiers and individuals during a funeral procession. Led by her owner, Cheryl Randall Mach, ‘Honey’ will be formally dressed with two boots belonging to Mach’s grandfather, a WWI cavalry veteran, mounted in the stirrups facing backwards along with a silver cavalry sword.
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Raptors27 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors18 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors18 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Raptors19 viewsDirector of New England Raptor & Reptile Exhibits Marla Isaac introduced her feathered friends during the Mattapoisett Lands Trust’s annual meeting on Saturday, May 14. The audience got to meet a number of rescued owls, including Nanook the snowy owl, Rachel the barn owl, Athena the great-horned owl, and Babe the barred owl. Photos by Colin Veitch
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