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Merry Christmas!772 viewsFamiliar Christmas holiday icons Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and Santa and Mrs. Claus dance with an eager young boy during the Town of Mattapoisett’s “Holiday in the Park” held at Shipyard Park earlier this month. (Photo by and courtesy of Rebecca McCullough).
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It's Christmas Carol!665 viewsMattapoisett’s Center School students in Grades 1 and 2 and members of the Intergenerational Chorus will present “It’s Christmas Carol,” a fun musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol where elves are the characters, on Thursday December 22 at 9:30 am. Jean West directs the production with scenery by Luice Moncevitch and assisted by James Bradshaw. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
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Nutcracker in New Bedford551 viewsSasha Nochimow of Marion will portray “Clara” in the New Bedford Ballet’s production of the Mini Nutcracker to be staged in the Alves Theater, 430 County Street in New Bedford, on Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 and 8:00 pm; Sunday, December 11 at 2:00 and 3:00 pm; Friday, December 16 at 7:00 and 8:00 pm; and Sunday, December 18 at 2:00 and 3:00 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children, seniors and students. All proceeds will benefit the New Bedford Ballet Foundation. (Photo courtesy of Lucy Iannotti).
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Choral Christmas Concert1177 viewsDirector Brian Roderick rehearses members of the Sippican Choral Society in the First Congregational Church Hall in Mattapoisett in preparation for their annual holiday concerts to be held on Friday, December 2 at Grace Episcopal Church in New Bedford and Sunday, December 4 at Tabor Academy’s Wickenden Chapel in Marion. Tickets are $10 and are available at The Bookstall, 151 Front Street in Marion and Seaport Village Ice Cream and Coffee Shoppe in Mattapoisett. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Old Hammondtown Orchestra477 viewsViolinist Everett Coulter, a fifth grader at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett and a member of the newly-formed Old Hammondtown School Orchestra, practices before a recent concert. The Old Hammondtown School Orchestra combines 25 members of the school’s concert band and 25 strings players and will head to the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) conference next spring. (Photo by and courtesy of Laura McLean).
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Wanderer Model658 viewsThis intricately detailed model of the whaling bark Wanderer was built by David Barker and Neale Birdsall, both of Marion, and was commissioned by Mr. Barker for his private maritime collection. Mr. Barker has maintained a lifelong fascination with the whaling ship which dates back to his father’s finding artifacts from the historic vessel floating in the water just after it was destroyed on the rocks off Cuttyhunk Island in 1924. (Photo by and courtesy of David Barker).
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Tolerance Through Theater643 viewsMembers of the Old Rochester Regional High School Drama Club (foreground, l. to r.) Shannon Francis, Evan Berry, and Samantha LeBlanc rehearse for the school’s production of The Laramie Project, to be performed Thursday through Saturday, November 17, 18, and 19 at 8:00 pm; and Sunday, November 20 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $10 for the general public and $8 for students and seniors and will be available at the door. Advance tickets can also be purchased at Old Rochester Regional High School, the Marion General Store, the Seaport Village Coffee and Ice Cream Shoppe in Mattapoisett, and the Plumb Corner Market in Rochester. (Photo by and courtesy of Joe Butterfield).
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Calendar Guy1357 viewsAl Hamer of Al’s Yankee Clipper in Marion shows off his wife, “Miss November,” in his latest 2006 “Survivors” calendar which depicts local women who are all cancer survivors either riding on or posing with classic motorcycles. The proceeds from the calendar, created by Mr. Hamer with his brother-in-law, David Blanchette, will benefit the American Cancer Society. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Trick or Tree?551 viewsThis spooky spectre of a gnarled tree is located at the corner of Mattapoisett Road and New Bedford Road in Rochester. Looking like something that walked right out of the twisted forest in The Wizard of Oz, the tree seems right at home during this haunted season of All Hallow’s Eve. (Photo by and courtesy of Wendy Ashworth).
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Ripe for the Picking555 viewsIt’s fall harvest time ... and in Rochester that means cranberries! Although not as prevalent as they once were, several family-owned cranberry bogs and farms are still maintained and thrive within the quaint farming community of Rochester. These ripe cranberries are now “ready for the picking” at the Fielding family farm in Rochester. (Photo by and courtesy of Greta Grundstrom).
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Sign of the Times764 viewsLast weekend members of the Rochester Lions Club and Rochester Police Department erected a community bulletin board in the center of town. Located near the busy intersection of Route 105, Dexter Lane and New Bedford Road, the bulletin board will allow groups, organizations and the town to advertise events and make announcements of interest to the townspeople. Anyone wishing to use the sign may pick up a Bulletin Board Use Form at the Rochester Police Station, Rochester Town Hall, or call Sergeant Bill Chamberlain at 508-763-8956, extension 153, or John and Linda Cobb at 508-763-8970. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Blues From Man in Blue1797 viewsRochester Police Officer Johnny Barnes, who is also the author of two self-published murder mysteries, poses with a copy of his new CD, Known Offenders, which collects both brand new and previously-released material from his heyday as an active member of the Boston music scene. The music can best be described as blues-flavored-rock, akin to The Rolling Stones and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The busy patrolman is also currently working on his third novel, tentatively titled Dead on the Internet. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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