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River Road26 viewsLois Cosgrove captured the ethereal beauty of late summer in Mattapoisett where the old River Road stone arch bridge crosses the Mattapoisett River.
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Ryan McFee26 viewsThis week’s Tri-Town Profile features area artist and Mattapoisett resident Ryan McFee. McFee has an art studio/gallery in New Bedford and is also known for his large-scale murals and street art. Photos by Jonathan Comey
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Ryan McFee26 viewsThis week’s Tri-Town Profile features area artist and Mattapoisett resident Ryan McFee. McFee has an art studio/gallery in New Bedford and is also known for his large-scale murals and street art. Photos by Jonathan Comey
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An Ounce of Prevention26 viewsCelebrating Fire Prevention Week, the Mattapoisett Fire Department held its annual Open House on October 12, featuring its live fire demonstration, refreshments, and assorted kid-friendly activities to raise awareness of fire safety. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Ned's Point26 viewsStephen Chicco shared this great photo of Ned's Point taken on Sunday.
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony26 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Mattapoisett’s Veterans Day Ceremony26 viewsMattapoisett’s Florence Eastman American Legion Post 280 hosted Veterans Day observations at Old Hammondtown School on Friday, November 10 to a standing room only crowd. Guest speaker Dr. James Hickey, a retired U.S. Navy commander, gave an inspirational talk on how one person can make a large impact on society. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Holiday in the Park26 viewsIt looked like another record turnout at Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett on December 9 for the annual Holiday in the Park and tree lighting. The tent was stuffed with hot foods, cocoa, donuts, Christmas cookies, and the hundreds of people in line to warm up out of the snowy cold. Did you miss the tree lighting? See The Wanderer Facebook page for a video capturing the magical moment. Photos by Jean Perry
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Holiday in the Park26 viewsIt looked like another record turnout at Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett on December 9 for the annual Holiday in the Park and tree lighting. The tent was stuffed with hot foods, cocoa, donuts, Christmas cookies, and the hundreds of people in line to warm up out of the snowy cold. Did you miss the tree lighting? See The Wanderer Facebook page for a video capturing the magical moment. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tinkhamtown Chapel 26 viewsThe annual Tinkhamtown Chapel carol sing-along on December 23 brought out young and old alike, including entire families. Gail Roberts on the chapel’s antique organ, along with Louise Anthony on violin, provided the melodies of familiar holiday favorites for the full house of singers. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Blacking Out 26 viewsSomeone else may have written the words, but it takes a poet to pluck out the meaningful ones and turn it into a poem. The Mattapoisett Library hosted a Blackout Poetry Lab on Saturday, April 21, and provided all the materials for any blackout poet to explore the art form. April is Poetry Month, and this was just one of many celebrations of poetry at the library. Photos by Jean Perry
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Blacking Out 26 viewsSomeone else may have written the words, but it takes a poet to pluck out the meaningful ones and turn it into a poem. The Mattapoisett Library hosted a Blackout Poetry Lab on Saturday, April 21, and provided all the materials for any blackout poet to explore the art form. April is Poetry Month, and this was just one of many celebrations of poetry at the library. Photos by Jean Perry
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