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Picture Perfect 14 viewsBicentennial Park in Marion was the setting on Saturday for the Marion Art Center’s annual outdoor arts festival “Arts in the Park.” Local artists and crafters exhibited their work available for purchase, while visitors explored the arts, music, and food. Photos by Jean Perry
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Picture Perfect 14 viewsBicentennial Park in Marion was the setting on Saturday for the Marion Art Center’s annual outdoor arts festival “Arts in the Park.” Local artists and crafters exhibited their work available for purchase, while visitors explored the arts, music, and food. Photos by Jean Perry
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Living History 14 viewsIt looked like July 8, 1776 at Silvershell Beach in Marion this past Saturday. Folks from the Fairhaven Village Militia and Wareham Militia Group in conjunction with Marion Recreation and the Marion Cultural Council took spectators back in time to Colonial Massachusetts during a weekend-long encampment at the beach. Participants in olde-tyme apparel demonstrated what life was like in the 1770s during the Revolutionary War through demonstrations of drilling, cooking, and flintlock musket use. Photos by Jean
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Living History 14 viewsIt looked like July 8, 1776 at Silvershell Beach in Marion this past Saturday. Folks from the Fairhaven Village Militia and Wareham Militia Group in conjunction with Marion Recreation and the Marion Cultural Council took spectators back in time to Colonial Massachusetts during a weekend-long encampment at the beach. Participants in olde-tyme apparel demonstrated what life was like in the 1770s during the Revolutionary War through demonstrations of drilling, cooking, and flintlock musket use. Photos by Jean
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Living History 14 viewsIt looked like July 8, 1776 at Silvershell Beach in Marion this past Saturday. Folks from the Fairhaven Village Militia and Wareham Militia Group in conjunction with Marion Recreation and the Marion Cultural Council took spectators back in time to Colonial Massachusetts during a weekend-long encampment at the beach. Participants in olde-tyme apparel demonstrated what life was like in the 1770s during the Revolutionary War through demonstrations of drilling, cooking, and flintlock musket use. Photos by Jean
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Mapping Mattapoisett14 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum opened the season with an exhibit titled “Mapping Mattapoisett – Tracing Our Place in the World,” which brings together ancient and modern concepts of map making. The exhibit shows from now until the end of August. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Mapping Mattapoisett14 viewsThe Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum opened the season with an exhibit titled “Mapping Mattapoisett – Tracing Our Place in the World,” which brings together ancient and modern concepts of map making. The exhibit shows from now until the end of August. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Local Flavor 14 viewsTuesday evening was the Mattapoisett Women’s Club sponsored Taste of the Town, an annual event when local food purveyors fill the tent at Shipyard Park with the flavors and aromas of Mattapoisett’s lively restaurant scene. Photos by Jean Perry
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Happy Days at Harbor Days 14 viewsIt all seems to come and go so quickly year after year, but while the Harbors Days are here the people of Mattapoisett and surrounding towns make time to enjoy the annual seaside event – the fish fry, lobster feast, pancake breakfast, and arts and crafts – that the Mattapoisett Lions Club works so hard all year round to keep going. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Happy Days at Harbor Days 14 viewsIt all seems to come and go so quickly year after year, but while the Harbors Days are here the people of Mattapoisett and surrounding towns make time to enjoy the annual seaside event – the fish fry, lobster feast, pancake breakfast, and arts and crafts – that the Mattapoisett Lions Club works so hard all year round to keep going. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Happy Days at Harbor Days 14 viewsIt all seems to come and go so quickly year after year, but while the Harbors Days are here the people of Mattapoisett and surrounding towns make time to enjoy the annual seaside event – the fish fry, lobster feast, pancake breakfast, and arts and crafts – that the Mattapoisett Lions Club works so hard all year round to keep going. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Keeping it cool14 viewsKids gathered outside the Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library on Friday, July 21, chilling in the shade drenched in bubble stuff with Vinny the Bubble Guy. Photos by Jean Perry
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