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Buzzards Bay Musicfest15 viewsGordon Hunt on oboe, Rachel Stegeman on violin, Eric Tanner on violin, Michael Strauss on viola, and Claudio Jaffe on cello perform during the Buzzards Bay Musicfest this past week at Tabor Academy. Photo by Ashley PerryJul 20, 2017
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Balloon Fun24 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Balloon Fun24 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Balloon Fun32 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Balloon Fun25 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Balloon Fun24 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Balloon Fun26 viewsThe Mattapoisett Library welcomed the balloon-bending artist Chip Rascal to help kick off the library’s summer reading program. Rascal used balloons to create a small-scale replica of Salty the Seahorse, and he also shared his tricks of the trade with library patrons to explore balloon art. Photos by Jean PerryJun 29, 2017
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Tour de Crème 190 viewsSunday, May 23, was the second annual Tour de Crème hosted by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path. Participants wound their way through the Southcoast on 11-, 19-, 25-, and 50-mile rides, making stops at local creameries along the way. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 24, 2017
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Tour de Crème 38 viewsSunday, May 23, was the second annual Tour de Crème hosted by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path. Participants wound their way through the Southcoast on 11-, 19-, 25-, and 50-mile rides, making stops at local creameries along the way. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 24, 2017
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Tour de Crème 25 viewsSunday, May 23, was the second annual Tour de Crème hosted by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path. Participants wound their way through the Southcoast on 11-, 19-, 25-, and 50-mile rides, making stops at local creameries along the way. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 24, 2017
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Tour de Crème 26 viewsSunday, May 23, was the second annual Tour de Crème hosted by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path. Participants wound their way through the Southcoast on 11-, 19-, 25-, and 50-mile rides, making stops at local creameries along the way. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 24, 2017
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Tour de Crème 25 viewsSunday, May 23, was the second annual Tour de Crème hosted by the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path. Participants wound their way through the Southcoast on 11-, 19-, 25-, and 50-mile rides, making stops at local creameries along the way. Photos by Colin VeitchMay 24, 2017
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