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Alpacapalooza! 23 viewsPine Meadows Farm in Mattapoisett is home to some 17 alpacas. Owners Heidi and Jeff Paine opened up the farm to the public over the weekend once the weather cleared. Saturday the alpacas were still drying off from the rain, but by Sunday their fleece was again fluffy and soft. Photos by Jean Perry
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Ryan McFee23 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 Prevention23 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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An Ounce of Prevention23 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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ORR Homecoming Pep Rally23 viewsFriday, October 20, was the annual Homecoming pep rally at Old Rochester Regional High School. Principal Mike Devoll said it best: “This has been the best Homecoming week ever, and this will be the best Homecoming ever!” Devoll was right on all accounts – whether it was skits or sports. Photos by Jean Perry
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ORR Homecoming Pep Rally23 viewsFriday, October 20, was the annual Homecoming pep rally at Old Rochester Regional High School. Principal Mike Devoll said it best: “This has been the best Homecoming week ever, and this will be the best Homecoming ever!” Devoll was right on all accounts – whether it was skits or sports. Photos by Jean Perry
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Fall Family Fun Fest23 viewsThe Mattapoisett Lions Club hosted another Fall Family Fun Fest on Saturday, October 21 at Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett, featuring games like Corn Hole and Pin the Nose of the Pumpkin, as well as hayrides, refreshments, and goodies for the kids. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Marion Natural History Museum23 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group created a soil profile for the museum and took an inventory of the creatures in different types of soils. The students also learned with the use of a rain-simulator that soil that is too well worked will compact, and water will run off the top instead of getting to the roots of plants.
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Marion Halloween Parade 201723 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201723 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201723 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201723 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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