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Car Show87 views2009 Mattapoisett Heritage Days started on Friday August 7, 2009 with an antique car show and a cookout dinner at Shipyard Park. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Car Show78 views2009 Mattapoisett Heritage Days started on Friday August 7, 2009 with an antique car show and a cookout dinner at Shipyard Park. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Heritage Days90 viewsRevolutionary re-enactors Frank Matthew and Chuck Crowmwell loaded a cannon that was next to the Mattapoisett River on Friday and Saturday as Colonial American re-enactors camped out next to the river as part of Mattapoisett's Heritage Days Celebration, which took place on August 7 and 8. Photo by Adam Silva
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Heritage Days85 viewsRevolutionary War re-enactors (left to right) Chris Richard, Tim Smith, Chuck Cromwell and Wayne Oliviera look on as Frank Matthew loads a Colonial cannon on Saturday, August 7. The re-enactors spent the night at the Mattapoisett River as part of Mattapoisett's Heritage Days, which took place from Friday, August 7 to Sunday, August 9. Photo by Adam Silva
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Heritage Days83 viewsColonial-American re-enactors (left to right) Frank Matthew, Tim Smith, Chris Richard, Wayne Oliviera and Scott Smith demonstrate rifle firing techniques next to the Mattapoisett River as part of Mattapoisett's Heritage Days, which took place between Friday, August 7 and Sunday, August 9. Photo by Adam Silva
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Car Show92 viewsCindy Bristol, left, and Charles Rucker, right, pose in front of their 1959 Ford Galaxie. The car is “Ford Geranium” pink and has only been driven 70,000 miles in 50 years. The car is named for the star pattern that decorates the front grill. The Galaxie was one of many restored antique cars that filled Shipyard Park at the 2009 Mattapoisett Heritage Days car show. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Car Show86 viewsCindy Bristol, left, and Charles Rucker, right, pose in front of their 1959 Ford Galaxie. The car is “Ford Geranium” pink and has only been driven 70,000 miles in 50 years. The car is named for the star pattern that decorates the front grill. The Galaxie was one of many restored antique cars that filled Shipyard Park at the 2009 Mattapoisett Heritage Days car show. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama84 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama81 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama87 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Salty's Fun-o-Rama75 viewsThe Mattapoisett Land Trust will be unveiling a new playground on August 15 in Dunseith Gardens, home of Salty the Seahorse. The playground was a collective effort from various Mattapoisett residents, who donated time and materials. Photo by Paul Lopes.
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Car Show82 viewsJoyce Andrade, left, and Jordan Andrade, right, pose in front of their 1958 Chevy Impala. The couple purchased the car in 1999, and with the help of their son, they restored the antique vehicle to its former glory. The Andrade family was among the many car enthusiasts that attended the 2009 Mattapoisett Heritage Days car show. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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