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Walpole celebrates Jarvis Harvest

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff

On Saturday, October 4, visitors flocked to Jarvis Farm to celebrate the 5th annual Jarvis Harvest. No one could be blamed for staying at home with the constant drizzle of rain and cooler temperatures, but people couldn’t seem to stay away from the allure of the farm in the...

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Walpole celebrates National Night Out Day

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By Daniel Curtin Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_28024" align="alignright" width="225"]Members of the Walpole Fire Department were having fun with the community. Photos by Daniel Curtin Members of the Walpole Fire Department were having fun with the community. Photos by Daniel Curtin[/caption] The Walpole community came together to listen...
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Smiling faces abound at Walpole Day

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By Rachel Borman Hometown Weekly Correspondent Despite gray skies and on-again, off-again rain showers, Walpole Day brought together hundreds of families, organizations and local businesses to celebrate the beginning of spring. “Walpole Day serves as our big kickoff for all the warm weather activities we have planned,” said Arielle Carney, assistant director of the Walpole...
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Annual Walpole Day is extraordinary success

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by Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter The town of Walpole has an immense amount of camaraderie and community spirit. The sheer number of people walking around wearing Walpole Raiders apparel on any given day demonstrates the unique sense of support and neighborliness in the town. [caption id="attachment_18459" align="alignright" width="300"]Walpole Day included... 			
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Walpole’s Marvelous Jarvis Harvest

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By Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff The long, winding driveway to Jarvis Farm is a dirt path that leads into the woods from Common Street, just by the intersection with Route 1. It is surrounded on all sides - save a brief break for some overhead power lines - by a canopy of foliage that...
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