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Mattapoisett Historical Society20 viewsEver tried eating a salty piece of hard tack, made your own signal flags, or learned to tie nautical knots? Some pint-sized future sailors at the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum learned about what it was like to be a sailor back in the whaling days, with a little bit of history sneaked into all the fun and games. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Historical Society19 viewsEver tried eating a salty piece of hard tack, made your own signal flags, or learned to tie nautical knots? Some pint-sized future sailors at the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum learned about what it was like to be a sailor back in the whaling days, with a little bit of history sneaked into all the fun and games. Photos by Jean Perry
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Quahogging23 viewsSome locals learned the basics of quahogging on Saturday, August 9, as part of the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Bay Adventure series. Participants gathered at Mattapoisett Beach at Camp Massasoit and, led by BBC Outdoor Educator Meghan Gahm, received a little Quahogging 101. Photo By Renae Reints
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Mattapoisett Historical Society20 viewsEver tried eating a salty piece of hard tack, made your own signal flags, or learned to tie nautical knots? Some pint-sized future sailors at the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum learned about what it was like to be a sailor back in the whaling days, with a little bit of history sneaked into all the fun and games. Photos by Jean Perry
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Quahogging21 viewsSome locals learned the basics of quahogging on Saturday, August 9, as part of the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Bay Adventure series. Participants gathered at Mattapoisett Beach at Camp Massasoit and, led by BBC Outdoor Educator Meghan Gahm, received a little Quahogging 101. Photo By Renae Reints
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Mattapoisett Historical Society11 viewsEver tried eating a salty piece of hard tack, made your own signal flags, or learned to tie nautical knots? Some pint-sized future sailors at the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum learned about what it was like to be a sailor back in the whaling days, with a little bit of history sneaked into all the fun and games. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Historical Society5 viewsEver tried eating a salty piece of hard tack, made your own signal flags, or learned to tie nautical knots? Some pint-sized future sailors at the Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum learned about what it was like to be a sailor back in the whaling days, with a little bit of history sneaked into all the fun and games. Photos by Jean Perry
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Mattapoisett Library Writing Workshop27 viewsStudents from the Mattapoisett Library Writing Workshop. This is the third year these students have participated in this program. Pictured here: Top row (left to right): Grayson Lord, Tova Brickley, Audrey Knox, Kate Downey, Joseph Sheridan; Middle two: Erin Besancon, Julia Sheridan; Lower Row: Sarah Besancon, Brianna Lynch, Emma Gabriel, Felicia Aguiar; In front: Meghan McCullough
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Milton Silveira Dedication23 viewsA plaque dedicated to Mattapoisett native Milton Silveira will be unveiled on Friday, August 12 at Ned’s Point by sixth-grader Alex Craig who spearheaded the project to memorialize the NASA chief engineer. Photo by Jean Perry
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CSI Chemistry15 viewsDuring the CSI Chemistry event at the Mattapoisett Free Library on August 1, Rochester Police Chief Paul Magee fingerprinted the kids during a fingerprinting demonstration, and Brendan Taylor, age 10, was the first one up. Chief Magee’s son Rob Magee led the presentation, which was one of the library’s exciting children’s summer events. Photo by Jean Perry
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CSI Chemistry15 viewsDuring the CSI Chemistry event at the Mattapoisett Free Library on August 1, Rochester Police Chief Paul Magee fingerprinted the kids during a fingerprinting demonstration, and Brendan Taylor, age 10, was the first one up. Chief Magee’s son Rob Magee led the presentation, which was one of the library’s exciting children’s summer events. Photo by Jean Perry
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CSI Chemistry14 viewsDuring the CSI Chemistry event at the Mattapoisett Free Library on August 1, Rochester Police Chief Paul Magee fingerprinted the kids during a fingerprinting demonstration, and Brendan Taylor, age 10, was the first one up. Chief Magee’s son Rob Magee led the presentation, which was one of the library’s exciting children’s summer events. Photo by Jean Perry
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