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Bagel Birdfeeders86 viewsMark Sylvia helped make bagel birdfeeders during the Marion Natural History Museum backyard bird afterschool program. Pictured here, Luke Couto spread some shortening on his bagel birdfeeder during the program. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rumors59 viewsRumors, the award-winning comedy by Neil Simon, opens at the Marion Art Center on Friday March 5 at 8:00 pm and runs Saturday, March 6, Thursday, March 11, Friday, March 12 and Saturday, March 13 at 8:00 pm. There will be a matinee on Sunday, March 7 at 4:00 pm. Tickets are $12.50 for MAC members and $15 general admission. Reservations are recommended: 508-748-1266. Tables are available for parties of four or more.
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Skating Away71 viewsFebruary vacation was made for ice-skating. Here, children on February 18, 2010 shrug off their school worries and skate at the Tabor ice rink during public hours. There will be one more opportunity for the public to enjoy the rink on February 28 between 12:00 and 3:00 pm (Admission $3 per person). Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Skating Away71 viewsFebruary vacation was made for ice-skating. Here, children on February 18, 2010 shrug off their school worries and skate at the Tabor ice rink during public hours. There will be one more opportunity for the public to enjoy the rink on February 28 between 12:00 and 3:00 pm (Admission $3 per person). Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Skating Away67 viewsFebruary vacation was made for ice-skating. Here, children on February 18, 2010 shrug off their school worries and skate at the Tabor ice rink during public hours. There will be one more opportunity for the public to enjoy the rink on February 28 between 12:00 and 3:00 pm (Admission $3 per person). Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Skating Away56 viewsFebruary vacation was made for ice-skating. Here, children on February 18, 2010 shrug off their school worries and skate at the Tabor ice rink during public hours. There will be one more opportunity for the public to enjoy the rink on February 28 between 12:00 and 3:00 pm (Admission $3 per person). Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Skating Away65 viewsFebruary vacation was made for ice-skating. Here, children on February 18, 2010 shrug off their school worries and skate at the Tabor ice rink during public hours. There will be one more opportunity for the public to enjoy the rink on February 28 between 12:00 and 3:00 pm (Admission $3 per person). Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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MAC Show46 viewsA two-person show will be opening at the Marion Art Center on February 28 with a reception to meet the artists from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. The first exhibit, entitled 釘eauty in the Boatyard Ten Years at Burr Brothers is by artist Terry Coleman, and the second exhibit entitled 鏑andscapes and Figures, Real and Imaginary is by artist Molly Watson Hawley. Both artists have ties to New England and Marion.
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Olympic Visit61 viewsThe U.S. Olympic Sailing Team gave a presentation at the Marion Music Hall on February 20, 2010. Anna Tunnicliffe and her crew were on hand to share their experiences as Olympic Athletes and detailed their journey to the 2012 Olympics. The event was sponsored by the Beverly Yacht Club. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Sippican Women's Club67 viewsTwo friendly mugs sit on a shelf and over the look the finger foods and friendly conversation at a February 12, 2010 Sippican Women痴 Club meeting. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Sippican Women's Club59 viewsAt a February 12, 2010 Sippican Women痴 Club meeting, author Michael Tougias gave a presentation on a book he co-authored with Casey Sherman entitled The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard痴 Most Daring Sea Rescue, which details the rescue of sailors after two oil tankers were ripped in half in a 1952 nor弾aster. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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Sippican Women's Club61 viewsAt a February 12, 2010 Sippican Women痴 Club meeting, author Michael Tougias gave a presentation on a book he co-authored with Casey Sherman entitled The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard痴 Most Daring Sea Rescue, which details the rescue of sailors after two oil tankers were ripped in half in a 1952 nor弾aster. Photo by Anne O達rien-Kakley.
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