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    Judith Kamin of Brunswick exits her vehicle in period attire from the early 1900s as she prepares to attend a tea party celebrating fans of the popular television show "Downton Abbey" at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday. Local fans gathered and dressed in period attire, sipped tea from ornate tea cups, ate finger sandwiches and desserts, and even played a game of "Downton Abbey"-themed bingo.

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    Sally Skillman of Brunswick puts on a bracelet before entering a "Downton Abbey"- themed tea party at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday. Many attendees wore clothing from the period – the early 1900s – in which the PBS television show is set.

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    From left, Jill Standish and Judith Kamin, both of Brunswick, and Rayle Ainsworth of Yarmouth sip tea as they play a "Downton Abbey"-themed bingo game with other fans of the popular PBS television show at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday. The clothes and cups and tablecloths evoked a genteel era.

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    Fans of the popular television show "Downton Abbey" chat and sip tea at a party at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday. Area fans gathered and dressed in period attire, sipped tea from ornate tea cups, ate finger sandwiches and desserts, and even played a game of "Downton Abbey"-themed bingo.

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    The teapots await as Judith Kamin of Brunswick pours herself a cup of tea while participating in a "Downton Abbey"-themed party at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday.

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    Ornate tea cups were the order of the day as fans of the PBS show "Downton Abbey" celebrate that start of the fifth season with a tea party at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday.

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    Judith Kamin of Brunswick looks up as Paula Tefft, (not pictured) also of Brunswick, announces the answers to a "Downton Abbey"-themed bingo game that was held as part of a tea party at Curtis Memorial Library on Monday.

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    Rayle Ainsworth of Yarmouth, center, talks with Sally Skillman of Brunswick, left, about her outfit as a group of "Downton Abbey" fans gathered at Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick on Monday for a tea party celebrating Sunday's start of the fifth season of the show.

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