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Harbor Days 201429 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201433 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201430 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201431 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201429 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201428 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201429 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201429 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Harbor Days 201430 viewsDid you come out for Harbor Days 2014? Every year, Harbor Days lures the people of the Southcoast to Mattapoisett by the thousands to enjoy the fun, food, and festivities unique to this local tradition. The weekend festival took place from July 18th through the 20th at Shipyard Park, the heart of Mattapoisett village. Photo by Felix Perez
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Boston Post Cane29 viewsNinety-eight year-old Margaret Nye was presented with the Boston Post Cane by Selectman Jody Dickerson in her Converse Street home on July 19. The cane is passed to the oldest resident of town and is a 105 year-old tradition throughout New England. Photos by Jean Perry
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Boston Post Cane30 viewsNinety-eight year-old Margaret Nye was presented with the Boston Post Cane by Selectman Jody Dickerson in her Converse Street home on July 19. The cane is passed to the oldest resident of town and is a 105 year-old tradition throughout New England. Photos by Jean Perry
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Boston Post Cane27 viewsNinety-eight year-old Margaret Nye was presented with the Boston Post Cane by Selectman Jody Dickerson in her Converse Street home on July 19. The cane is passed to the oldest resident of town and is a 105 year-old tradition throughout New England. Photos by Jean Perry
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