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Fresh Air204 viewsA photo by the Langford family of Mattapoisett recently took second place in the Splish Splash category of The Fresh Air Fund’s 2010 photo contest. Their photo features 13-year-old Michael, of Queens, staying cool on a hot day! Photo courtesy of Kaitlin Caruso.
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Center School Reunion102 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Center School Class of 1945 – including Eunice Randall Stolecki, George Randall, Natalie Sylvia Hemingway and Melvin Trott Jr. – convene for lunch with former English teacher Rheta Markey to reminisce about old times and participate in a tour of the school. Photos by Laura Pedulli.
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Bike Path Progress129 viewsWith the help of local contractors, area businesses, residents, and students from Old Colony Vocational/Technical High School, the Mattapoisett River rail trail bridge is undergoing a transformation to commodate bike traffic. Friends of the Bike Path president Bonne DeSousa describes this project as “a true team effort”. Photo courtesy of Bonne DeSousa.
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Fall Fun86 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 Fun68 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 Fun61 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 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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