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Toe Jam Puppet Band8 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Toe Jam Puppet Band6 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Toe Jam Puppet Band6 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Toe Jam Puppet Band7 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Toe Jam Puppet Band7 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Toe Jam Puppet Band7 viewsThe Toe Jam Puppet Band was back in Tri-Town on March 21 for a performance at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library. The performance was free and the fun was evident in the faces of the band’s biggest fans. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Submersibles5 viewsSteering, propulsion and buoyancy were the topics at-hand during the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group’s latest program, “Submersibles” with engineer Mark Whalen. The students had a chance to conduct a variety of experiments and create their own mini-submersibles to take home. Many thanks go to Mark Whalen, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin for all his hard work pulling this program together for us. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Submersibles6 viewsSteering, propulsion and buoyancy were the topics at-hand during the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group’s latest program, “Submersibles” with engineer Mark Whalen. The students had a chance to conduct a variety of experiments and create their own mini-submersibles to take home. Many thanks go to Mark Whalen, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin for all his hard work pulling this program together for us. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Submersibles6 viewsSteering, propulsion and buoyancy were the topics at-hand during the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group’s latest program, “Submersibles” with engineer Mark Whalen. The students had a chance to conduct a variety of experiments and create their own mini-submersibles to take home. Many thanks go to Mark Whalen, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin for all his hard work pulling this program together for us. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Submersibles6 viewsSteering, propulsion and buoyancy were the topics at-hand during the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group’s latest program, “Submersibles” with engineer Mark Whalen. The students had a chance to conduct a variety of experiments and create their own mini-submersibles to take home. Many thanks go to Mark Whalen, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin for all his hard work pulling this program together for us. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Submersibles13 viewsSteering, propulsion and buoyancy were the topics at-hand during the Marion Natural History Museum’s afterschool group’s latest program, “Submersibles” with engineer Mark Whalen. The students had a chance to conduct a variety of experiments and create their own mini-submersibles to take home. Many thanks go to Mark Whalen, engineer with Sippican/Lockheed Martin for all his hard work pulling this program together for us. Photos courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Dr. Tom Burns23 viewsDr. Tom Burns, an avid underwater photographer, shared many of the photos he has taken of many of New England’s shark species in a lively and entertaining program at the Marion Natural History Museum last Friday. Dr. Burns is a veterinarian on Cape Cod and enjoys sharing his knowledge of shark species and their natural history with the public. Photos of Blue, Tiger, Hammer head, and of course the White Shark were shown along with anecdotal stories of how and where they were taken. Photos courtesy Elizabeth
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