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Maori Dancers404 viewsMembers of the Kahurangi Maori Dance Company of New Zealand demonstrate one of several dances for students at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett. The troupe stopped by the school and the New Bedford Whaling Museum last week as part of a program co-sponsored by the New Bedford ECHO Project (Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations) and the Mattapoisett Parents-Teachers Organization (PTO).Oct 17, 2006
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Pick A Pumpkin580 viewsChildren hollow out pumpkins and prepare to carve them into traditional Halloween Jack-O’-Lanterns during the Mattapoisett Historical Society’s Fall Celebration on Sunday, October 15 at the Mattapoisett Historical Museum and Carriage House. In the tradition of a harvest celebration, pumpkins carvers were also given tips on how they could prepare the pumpkin seeds to and toast them in the oven. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Oct 17, 2006
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Hot Rods in Rochester350 viewsLouis Aiello Jr. poses alongside his award-winning 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback which recently took the first place trophy in the 2006 Plumb Corner Hot Rod and Custom Car Show in Rochester. The annual event draws over 100 participants each year with proceeds benefitting the “A Wish Come True” organization.Oct 10, 2006
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"Jaws of Life"391 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Fire Department provide a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life” during the recent Open House held on Thursday, October 5 at the Mattapoisett Fire Station. The family-friendly event is held each year in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week to educate the public on the department’s life-saving abilities and fire and safety techniques. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).Oct 10, 2006
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House of Horrors!501 viewsSpooky setpieces are strewn throughout the Haunted Yard display located at 57 Fort Street in Fairhaven (across from the Fairhaven Shipyard). This annual “Terror Tradition” is hosted by the father and son team of Richard and Matthew Brodeur to benefit local Shriner’s Hospitals. The yard is open to visitors — if you dare! — every Friday and Saturday night from dusk until 9:30 pm and on Sundays from dusk until 9:00 pm throughout the month of October, including Halloween night. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Oct 10, 2006
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Cruising Camden Yards459 viewsTom Gordon poses with a copy of The Wanderer at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor while enjoying some time away and visiting Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles.Oct 03, 2006
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Fuel for Trip461 viewsNancy Kubik of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer on the west dock of the British Petroleum Oil Field at Prudhoe, Bay, Arkansas, during a recent trip.Oct 03, 2006
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The Blue Danube460 viewsLois Murray and Carol Herndon of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer on a recent cruise aboard the Blue Danube visiting Budapest, Vienna and Prague.Oct 03, 2006
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Wanderer in Warsaw476 viewsBarbara, Susan, Mary and Attorney Andy Koczera of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer while visiting Old Town, Warsaw, Poland during a trip in September 2006.Oct 03, 2006
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The Crab-a-Lots324 viewsMembers of the tri-town based Women’s Master (Blue Whale) “Crab-a-Lots” rowing team recently took part in the Buzzards Bay Rowing Club’s First Annual Whaleboat Races held during the Working Waterfront Festival in New Bedford on September 23. The dancing Crab-a-Lots were voted the most energetic team and the one showing the most team spirit with their personally painted crab t-shirts and crab-like dancing to the music of the band.Oct 03, 2006
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Civics Class463 viewsThe Enrichment Program at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett recently sponsored a visit from several Mattapoisett town officials to Grade 5 students to discuss local government and the officials’ roles in Mattapoisett. Pictured here are (back row, l. to r.) Mattapoisett Town Moderator Jack Eklund; Town Clerk Barbara Sullivan; and Selectman Ray Andrews with Grade 5 students (front row, l. to r.) Casey Mackenzie; Collin Anderson; and Andrew Maestas. (Photo courtesy of Cathleen Sinnott).Oct 03, 2006
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Shellfishing in Season565 viewsHorace Field, Mattapoisett’s Assistant Harbormaster and Deputy Shellfish Warden, and his lab Bonnie enjoy an afternoon of quahogging along a Mattapoisett beach. As of October 15 you can also harvest scallops (through April 1). Quahogging can be done anytime with a shellfishing permit from the Mattapoisett Town Hall. Bonnie digs quahogs, too, under her master’s permit! (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).Oct 03, 2006
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