Riley Anderson, 3, sticks his face in water being sprayed by sister Mattingly, 5, during a visit to Fairhaven Village Green. The square in the historic district provides space for concerts, festivals, outdoor movies and a farmers market. Other times, people quietly enjoy the benches and grassy area.
Riley Anderson, 3, sticks his face in water being sprayed by sister Mattingly, 5, during a visit to Fairhaven Village Green. The square in the historic district provides space for concerts, festivals, outdoor movies and a farmers market. Other times, people quietly enjoy the benches and grassy area. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Riley Anderson, 3, sticks his face in water being sprayed by sister Mattingly, 5, during a visit to Fairhaven Village Green. The square in the historic district provides space for concerts, festivals, outdoor movies and a farmers market. Other times, people quietly enjoy the benches and grassy area. PHILIP A. DWYER THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 07, 2007 2:42 PM

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