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Harvest Moon Seafood Festival58 viewsZBA member Ken Pacheco helped collected money and pass out tickets at the first Harvest Moon Seafood Festival, organized by the Town of Mattapoisett and the Mattapoisett Police Officers Association, held on Sunday, October 14, 2012, at Shipyard Park. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Harvest Moon Seafood Festival65 viewsHundreds of people attended the festival, with over 200 tickets sold in advance of the event. Patrons enjoyed jazz music and tastings of local seafood specials from area businesses. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Harvest Moon Seafood Festival59 viewsBuilding Commissioner Andy Bobola (left) and Town Adminstrator Mike Gagne (right) volunteered their time to grill up much of the food that was available at the Harvest Moon Seafood Festival on Sunday, October 14, 2012. The festival was organized by the Town of Mattapoisett and the Mattapoisett Police Officers Association. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Harvest Moon Seafood Festival65 viewsPatrick Moran (left) and Kathy Costello (right) volunteered to help dispense clam chowder at the first Harvest Moon Seafood Festival at Shipyard Park on October 14, 2012. The event was held in honor of Richard "Turk" Pasquill, founder of Turk's Seafood Restaurant. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Fall Exploration71 viewsBotanist Jim Sears, retired professor from UMass, Dartmouth, led the Mattapoisett Land Trust's annual Fall Exploration walk at the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Fall Exploration51 viewsThis species of berry known as "Russian olives," thrives around the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation in Mattapoisett. They are also safe to eat. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Fall Exploration54 viewsBotanist Jim Sears points out a beech tree during the Mattapoisett Land Trust's Fall Exploration Walk on Saturday, October 13, 2012, at the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation. This was the first time the MLT has invited an expert to lead one of their trail walks. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Autumn Celebration58 viewsMarc Pothier shows off the pumpkin he carved while taking part in the fall celebration at the Mattapoisett Historical Society on Saturday, October 13, 2012. The celebration also featured apple pressing and home-made apple sauce. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Autumn Celebration52 viewsRiley Farrell gives it his all while pressing apples into fresh cider at the Mattapoisett Historical Society's fall celebration on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Autumn Celebration49 viewsSisters Amalia (left) and Eden (right) Dupres share an apple peel at the Mattapoisett Historical Society fall celebration on Saturday, Ocotober 13, 2012. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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Autumn Celebration55 viewsMattapoisett Historical Society Museum curator Elizabeth Hutchinson makes corn husk dolls at the museum's fall celebration on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Photo by Eric Tripoli
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Autumn Celebration52 viewsOn Saturday, October 13, the Mattapoisett Historical Society held a fall celebration, and offered residents a chance to use old-fashioned manual agricultural tools to make apple cider and apple sauce. There were also tables for pumpkin carving and making corn husk dolls. Photo by Eric Tripoli.
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