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Holiday Cheer226 viewsEighteen students from Sippican School recently went to the Sippican Health Care Center to spread some Christmas cheer. The students spent the afternoon making ornaments with the residents, performing a skit, and serving refreshments and were accompanied by Enrichment Program advisors Stacey Soucy and Laura Dadagian O’Rourke. (Photo courtesy of Stacey Soucy).

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Seasonal Singing225 viewsLocal favorites The Showstoppers performed Christmas classics during their Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 23 at the Marion Music Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Spooky Sounds225 viewsThat Chick Band will once again bring its own special mix of music and merriment to the Halloween Hoopla to be held at the Marion Art Center on Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1 at 8:00 pm both nights. As always, quick banter is sure to accompany the band’s eclectic repertoire of blues, Motown, folk and rock ‘n’ roll, and a fiendishly good time is guaranteed for all. Tickets are $12 for MAC members and $15 for non-members, and should be reserved by calling the Marion Art Center at 508-748-1266.
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Mock Election225 viewsStudents in Suzanne White's Kindergarten class at Sippican School in Marion participated in a mock presidential election on October 28. Among them, from left: Dylan Lloyd, Daphne Poirier, James Houck, Rachael Fantoni, and Kari Marvel. (Photo courtesy of Laura O'Rourke).
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Fourth of July Parade 2007223 viewsMarion's Annual Fourth of July Parade held on July 4, 2007. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mock Election223 viewsThe Sippican School Student Council (Grades 4-6) held a mock presidential election last week, as did many schools across the country just a week prior to the national election. Here teacher Diane Cook directs student Alexei Sudofsky after voting while students Alissya Silva and Ayana Hartley line up behind to cast their own ballots. The Democratic ticket of Obama/Biden won with a majority 56 percent of the vote (239), while the Republican ticket of McCain/Palin garnered only 42 percent (180 votes).
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Fourth of July Parade 2007222 viewsMarion's Annual Fourth of July Parade held on July 4, 2007. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Seasonal Singing222 viewsLocal favorites The Showstoppers performed Christmas classics during their Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 23 at the Marion Music Hall. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Bike Safety Day222 viewsThe Marion Police Department sponsored a Bicycle Safety Day for children and young adults at Silvershell Beach on Saturday morning, August 2. The day included bicycle safety information, a rodeo course and certificate awards for all participants. In addition, the Marion Police Department was awarded a statewide grant by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security to provide 75 bicycle helmets during the event. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Seasonal Singing221 viewsLocal favorites The Showstoppers performed Christmas classics during their Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 23 at the Marion Music Hall. (Photos by Robert Chiarito).
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Children’s Chorus221 viewsTo an attentive audience of proud parents and music lovers, the South Coast Children’s Chorus held its inaugural concert, “This Shall Be For Music”, on February 13, 2011 at the St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church in Marion. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Seaside Symphony220 viewsNationally-prominent musicians under the direction of Maestro Russell Patterson, formerly of the Kansas City Orchestra and Lyric Opera, will perform during the eleventh annual Buzzards Bay Musicfest to be held in Marion through July 15, 2007. The Buzzards Bay Musicfest brings orchestral and chamber music performances to the acoustically superb Fireman Performing Arts Center at Tabor Academy on Front Street. Admission is free and the performances are open to all.
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