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Marion Natural History Museum72 viewsLast week the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool crew explored a variety of ways to identify trees without their leaves. By looking at bark, leaf scar arrangement and even using their sense of smell, the students had a chance to explore trees and woody shrubs without their usual foliage. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Hammett’s Cove74 viewsCheryl & Jeff Faria spent the last day of February cross country skiing down Hammett’s Cove, out around Ram Island, crossing the Sippican Harbor and returning by the Harbormaster’s office. HereJeff is seen at mooring 001. Photos by Jeff & Cheryl Faria
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Marion Boy Scouts74 viewsTroop 32 Marion Boy Scouts and their parents went on a ski trip on February 22, 2015 to Ragged Mountain. Some of what Boy Scouts is about is exposure to new things, so Ragged Mountain was a good choice as a beginner’s mountain. Two of the Scouts and two of the parents (and even a Scout sibling) started the day with a beginner’s lesson, Chris Horton on a snowboard.
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Hammett’s Cove77 viewsCheryl & Jeff Faria spent the last day of February cross country skiing down Hammett’s Cove, out around Ram Island, crossing the Sippican Harbor and returning by the Harbormaster’s office. Photos by Jeff & Cheryl Faria
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Marion Natural History Museum72 viewsLast week the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool crew explored a variety of ways to identify trees without their leaves. By looking at bark, leaf scar arrangement and even using their sense of smell, the students had a chance to explore trees and woody shrubs without their usual foliage. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum66 viewsLast week the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool crew explored a variety of ways to identify trees without their leaves. By looking at bark, leaf scar arrangement and even using their sense of smell, the students had a chance to explore trees and woody shrubs without their usual foliage. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum65 viewsLast week the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool crew explored a variety of ways to identify trees without their leaves. By looking at bark, leaf scar arrangement and even using their sense of smell, the students had a chance to explore trees and woody shrubs without their usual foliage. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Hammett’s Cove59 viewsCheryl & Jeff Faria spent the last day of February cross country skiing down Hammett’s Cove, out around Ram Island, crossing the Sippican Harbor and returning by the Harbormaster’s office. Photos by Jeff & Cheryl Faria
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Bugworks54 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum provided an opportunity on February 27 to get up close and personal with critters from the insect world, including praying mantises and jumbo-sized grasshoppers. Above: Tapper Crete, 7, was the first one brave enough to ask to touch a praying mantis. The event was hosted by Maire Anne Diamond, owner and educator at ‘Bugworks.’ Photos by Felix Perez
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Bugworks53 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum provided an opportunity on February 27 to get up close and personal with critters from the insect world, including praying mantises and jumbo-sized grasshoppers. Above: Tapper Crete, 7, was the first one brave enough to ask to touch a praying mantis. The event was hosted by Maire Anne Diamond, owner and educator at ‘Bugworks.’ Photos by Felix Perez
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Bugworks52 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum provided an opportunity on February 27 to get up close and personal with critters from the insect world, including praying mantises and jumbo-sized grasshoppers. Above: Tapper Crete, 7, was the first one brave enough to ask to touch a praying mantis. The event was hosted by Maire Anne Diamond, owner and educator at ‘BugworksThe Marion Natural History Museum provided an opportunity on February 27 to get up close and personal with critters from the insect world, including pra
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Bugworks52 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum provided an opportunity on February 27 to get up close and personal with critters from the insect world, including praying mantises and jumbo-sized grasshoppers. Above: Tapper Crete, 7, was the first one brave enough to ask to touch a praying mantis. The event was hosted by Maire Anne Diamond, owner and educator at ‘Bugworks.’ Photos by Felix Perez
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