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Poetic Jazz151 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz118 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz77 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz79 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz67 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz70 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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Poetic Jazz65 viewsEllen Flynn and members of the Friends of the Mattapoisett Library welcomed poet Franklin D. Reeve to the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett on Sunday April 5 as part of the library's celebration of National Poetry Month. Mr. Reeve performed his piece, The Blue Cat Walks the Earth, accompianied by improvisational jazz muscians Don Davis and Joe Deleault in a performance dedicated to the memory of the late Library Director Judy Wallace. (Photo by Robert Chiarito)
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A Touch of Spring59 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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A Touch of Spring63 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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A Touch of Spring55 viewsThe Garden Group of the Mattapoisett Woman's Club took time last week to add a touch for spring to the window boxes at the post office. The woman's club also maintains the flowers outside the Town Hall, the Library, Mattapoisett Museum and Carriage House, and the Triangle (Rte. 6). Those helping out with the project included Sandy Hering (back on the left) and Estelle Jacobson (on the right), and not pictured: Marilyn Flood, Priscilla Hathaway, Peg Olney, and Lee Yeaton. (Photo by Paul Lopes)
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Habitat Home83 viewsBuzzards Bay Area Habitat for Humanity Board Member Steve Grima talks with BBAHFH President Al Amaral at the open house celebrating the organization's relocation of its offices to Mattapoisett on March 25. (Photo by Ricky A. Pursley)
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Habitat Home80 viewsStanding-room-only crowd at grand opening of Buzzards Bay Area Habitat for Humanity relocated offices in Mattapoisett on March 25. (Photo by Ricky Pursley)
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