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Parade Prep161 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Water Department worked on assembling the Mattapoisett Town Float this past week in preparation for the 150th Sesquicentennial Parade to take place on Saturday, August 4, kicking off a week filled with events. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Harbor Highlights265 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Rebecca McCullough).
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Harbor Days 2007231 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Lions Club serve up the always popular chowder during the annual seaside Harbor Days festival in Shipyard Park. Sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club during the weekend of July 20-22, the event drew thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Rebecca McCullough).
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Harbor Days 2007235 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Rebecca McCullough).
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Harbor Days 2007222 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. Here artists Couto and Mulligan headline Friday night. (Photo by Rebecca McCullough).
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Harbor Days 2007189 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Rebecca McCullough).
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Pancakes in the Park207 viewsThe popular Sunday morning Pancake Breakfast was a major attraction of this year's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, which was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22. The event drew thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Sylvia Fales).
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Harbor Days 2007205 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Sylvia Fales).
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Harbor Days 2007178 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Sylvia Fales).
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Harbor Days 2007199 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Sylvia Fales).
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Harbor Days 2007191 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Sylvia Fales).
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Harbor Days 2007179 viewsMattapoisett's annual seaside Harbor Days festival, sponsored by the Mattapoisett Lions Club, was held in Shipyard Park on the weekend of July 20-22, drawing thousands of people who enjoyed craft booths, great food, amazing entertainment, and some hometown pride. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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