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Mattapoisett Historical Museum92 views The Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House opened its doors on Thursday, June 28, 2012, and allowed residents to view their new exhibit, “Mattapoisett: A Place of Rest.” The exhibit centers on Mattapoisett’s working and leisure classes throughout history. Photos by Eric Tripoli.
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Knight Scholarship145 viewsLast week, seven Tri-Town students received scholarships from the Knight of Columbus in Mattapoisett. From left: Jonathan Zucco, Mikayla Florio, Mark Perreault, Kathleen Hammond, Naomi Keeney, Taylor Days-Merrill and Phillip Harding. Photo courtesy of Jim Grady.
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Hummingbird Nest75 viewsDebbie Silva took this photo of a hummingbird nest found in a tree in front of the Mattapoisett Town Hall. It’s reported that two baby hummingbirds have arrived as well.
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Double Rainbow55 viewsThe change in weather spurred this double rainbow which was seen by many in Mattapoisett this past weekend. Photo by Trish O’Neill
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Bikeway Challenge64 viewsScott Parker play to an appreciative and vocal group at this years Bikeway Challenge at Camp Massasoit.
Photo by Felix Perez.
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Bikeway Challenge72 viewsOn Sunday, June 24, the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path hosted their first annual South Coast Bikeway Challenge. Local residents were invited to ride their bikes along the path in order to raise money for the completion of the ongoing project. In addition to the ride, live music was provided and the Mattapoisett Lions Club served lunch. Pictured here from left to right; Chloe, Michael, Malcolm and Aimee Bean Enjoying Mattapoisett’s scenic bike path. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Bikeway Challenge61 viewsOn Sunday, June 24, the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path hosted their first annual South Coast Bikeway Challenge. Local residents were invited to ride their bikes along the path in order to raise money for the completion of the ongoing project. In addition to the ride, live music was provided and the Mattapoisett Lions Club served lunch. Pictured here from left to right; Chloe, Michael, Malcolm and Aimee Bean Enjoying Mattapoisett’s scenic bike path. Photo by Felix Perez. June 28, 2012 edition
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Bikeway Challenge86 viewsOn Sunday, June 24, the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path hosted their first annual South Coast Bikeway Challenge. Local residents were invited to ride their bikes along the path in order to raise money for the completion of the ongoing project. In addition to the ride, live music was provided and the Mattapoisett Lions Club served lunch. Pictured here from left to right; Chloe, Michael, Malcolm and Aimee Bean Enjoying Mattapoisett’s scenic bike path. Photo by Felix Perez.
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64 viewsFrom Left to Right; Stu Norton, Doug Sims, Nick Antone, Mike Hamel and Jacob Pacheco. Mr. Norton and members of Old Colony’s class of 2011 on the bike path bridge they built. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Gatemen at the Library49 viewsDozens of children gathered at the Mattapoisett Library to play catch and have story time with members of the Wareham Gatemen baseball team. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Gatemen at the Library51 viewsFred Shepard preparing to catch a ball thrown by one of the children. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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Gatemen at the Library60 viewsDustin DeMuth, an infielder out of Indiana University, meets and greets the dozens of fans who turned out for the reading at the Mattapoisett Library on Tuesday, June 26. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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