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Coastal Visions 0 viewsArtists Heide Hallemeier and Sarah Brown were featured in the Marion Art Center gala exhibit opening on June 30. Watercolors and pastels grace the gallery walls while equally beautiful floral arrangements created by members of the Marion Garden Group were paired with the paintings. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Coastal Visions 0 viewsArtists Heide Hallemeier and Sarah Brown were featured in the Marion Art Center gala exhibit opening on June 30. Watercolors and pastels grace the gallery walls while equally beautiful floral arrangements created by members of the Marion Garden Group were paired with the paintings. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Marion Natural History Museum19 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers.
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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers.
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Marion Natural History Museum17 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Jim and Madeleine Porter of "Natures Worms" for Wednesday's wonderful program. The students had a chance to build a worm box and learn about earthworms and red wigglers.
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Marion Natural History Museum18 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum18 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Caroline Grainger for her donation of several beautifully carved birds created by her father, James Babbit. The museum lost many of its specimens during our ceiling collapse and these incredibly detailed pieces are greatly appreciated. The museum is hoping to create a new display of nature-inspired artwork from local artists and these specimens are a great start. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Senator Marc Pacheco50 viewsSenator Marc Pacheco visited the Sippican Elementary School fifth grade classes on May 12 and read “The Ladybug Story,” a true story based on the work of students from Franklin whose desire to have the ladybug legislated as the official state bug has become a teaching tool on how bills are drafted and enacted upon through the legislative process. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Senator Marc Pacheco19 viewsSenator Marc Pacheco visited the Sippican Elementary School fifth grade classes on May 12 and read “The Ladybug Story,” a true story based on the work of students from Franklin whose desire to have the ladybug legislated as the official state bug has become a teaching tool on how bills are drafted and enacted upon through the legislative process. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Touch-A-Truck23 viewsSaturday, May 13, was the rescheduled rain date for the Marion Recreation Department’s annual Touch-A-Truck event at Washburn Park. The weather wasn’t ideal, but it stayed dry long enough for kids to get in some climbing and crawling time with the big machines. Photos by Felix Perez
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