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Fire Prevention79 viewsThe Marion Fire Department hosted an open house on Sunday, October 10 in recognition of Fire Safety Month. More than 100 people participated in the event, which included children’s activities, demonstrations, and even a simulated car accident. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Fire Prevention71 viewsThe Marion Fire Department hosted an open house on Sunday, October 10 in recognition of Fire Safety Month. More than 100 people participated in the event, which included children’s activities, demonstrations, and even a simulated car accident. Photos by Felix Perez.
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Ram Island Adventure72 viewsPete Borsari and Isaac Perry of the Marion Harbormaster’s office remain cheery despite strong winds that redirected students on Marion Natural History Museum’s harbor trip to Ram Island, instead of the planned destination of Bird Island. Participants enjoyed a lovely, sunny day on the water learning about the harbor. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Ram Island Adventure67 viewsGwen Meidema enjoys a beautiful day on the water while participating in Marion Natural History Museum’s harbor tour to Ram Island. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Ram Island Adventure54 viewsParticipants of the Marion Natural History Museum’s harbor tour land on Ram Island on a sunny and breezy day in late September. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Marion Book Study Group136 viewsTrudy Kingery, Dagmar Unhoch and Chrissie Bascom socialize at an October 3, 2010 reception celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Marion Book Study Group. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Marion Book Study Group122 viewsJudith Rosbe, Cynthia Hall and Meg Ackerman pose at an exhibit reception at the Elizabeth Taber Library on October 3, 2010. Ms. Rosbe undertook the photography project to celebrate the silver anniversary of the Marion Book Study Group. Photo by Laura Pedulli.
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Fridge Couch86 viewsThe Fridge Couch by Marion resident Adrian Johnson is made from salvaged refrigerators and car seats. The artist scours classifieds and junk yards for materials to make this one-of-a-kind piece of art. His work will be on display at the 6th Annual Open Studios in New Bedford on October 2 and 3. For more information, visit www.NewBedfordOpenStudios.org. Photo courtesy of Adrian Johnson.
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Gifts To Give71 viewsOn Saturday, September 11, approximately 40 children from Marion Pack 32 Boy, Cub and Girl Scout troops, along with a dozen parents, met at New Bedford’s Gifts To Give to lend a hand to a worthy cause. Gifts to Give, located on Cove Street in New Bedford, is a non-profit agency that helps connect children and families to services that they need. They provide clothing, toys, books, infant supplies and school supplies to families in need through a referral service. Photo by Terri Villa
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Sippican Health Response73 viewsThe Marion Fire Department responded to the Sippican Health Center on Mill Street for a box alarm that was received at 11:08am on Friday, September 17, 2010. Residents also reported smoke in the building. The problem was found to be a burnt blower motor on the air conditioning unit. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Dixie Diehards 58 viewsThe Dixie Diehards Jazz Band will perform at a cabaret evening at the Marion Art Center on Saturday, September 25 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for MAC members, $12.50 general admission. The Art Center is located at the corner of Main and Pleasant Streets in Marion. Call 508-748-1266 for more information. Photo courtesy of the Marion Art Center.
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Marion Art Center48 viewsThe Marion Art Center is hosting an exhibition entitled “Paintings, Poetry, Sculpture: an Installation” by artist Barbara Thun. The opening reception will be on Friday, October 1 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and will include a gallery talk and poetry reading by the artist in the Patsy Francis Gallery at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. Photo courtesy of the Marion Art Center.
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