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Theatrical history lesson in Walpole's Cemetery
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Walpole's Historical Society puts on this event in the town cemetery with the help of the Walpole Players theater group. Town notables arise from their graves to tell visitors a little about their contribution to the town's history ... cider and donuts afterwards!
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送信日: 11/11/2013
更新日: 05/09/2014
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