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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting97 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting87 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting79 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting79 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting75 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting75 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Organizers reported that over a thousand people attended the tree lighting, making it the biggest Holiday in the Park ever. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Salty Santa141 viewsIt must be Christmas! The Mattapoisett Land Trust has adorned Salty the Seahorse with his Santa hat once again this past weekend. MLT member Paul Osenkowski reported that Dunseith Gardens, at the base of Salty, is getting a facelift with lots of trimming before winter sets in, courtesy of Dan Shea. Photo by Anne Kakley
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Fun at the Park219 viewsSusan Barrows and her granddaughter Olivia listen to Christmas carols at the Holiday in the Park in Mattapoisett on Saturday December 3. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Mattapoisett Tree Lighting 2011190 viewsMattapoisett lit one of the biggest trees Shipyard Park has ever seen at the 2011 Holiday in the Park. There was food from local establishments, ornament making, merry music and Santa! The moment was enough to spur two romantic marriage proposals. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Story Time97 viewsChildren kick-started the holiday season with a storytime and activities at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library on November 26, 2011. Photo by Robert Chiarito.
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Clear Skies90 viewsClear skies on Mattapoisett Harbor. Photo by Robert Chiarito.
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Mattapoisett Town Tree Gets Lights145 viewsTodd Pacheco continues a tradition of decorating the town Christmas tree. After his father, Kenny Pacheco, started the tradition of decorating the town tree with the Village Signs bucket truck several years ago, his son Todd is keeping the tradition alive on November 29, 2011. The tree will be ready for the Holiday in the Park on December 3 at 4:00 pm for a lighting. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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