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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum2 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum1 viewsDr. Michael Moore of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, using the museum's harpoon and baleen, introduced the Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group to a little of Marion's whaling history. Students could ask questions and theorize why Sippican Harbor had the first recorded visit from a humpback whale this fall. We wish to thank Dr. Moore for the great program. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Shelter Drill32 viewsMarion held a mock emergency shelter presentation at Sippican School on Thursday, January 28 to test its preparedness for an emergency and introduce the public to its coordinated efforts and logistics of the emergency shelter. Photo by Jean Perry
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Shelter Drill32 viewsMarion held a mock emergency shelter presentation at Sippican School on Thursday, January 28 to test its preparedness for an emergency and introduce the public to its coordinated efforts and logistics of the emergency shelter. Photo by Jean Perry
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Sippican Historical Society26 viewsMargot Stone and her daughter, Robin Arms Shields, have donated to the Sippican Historical Society an extensive collection of 19th century objects related to the whaling industry.
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Sippican Historical Society26 viewsMargot Stone and her daughter, Robin Arms Shields, have donated to the Sippican Historical Society an extensive collection of 19th century objects related to the whaling industry.
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Marion Natural History Museum62 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group enjoyed working on crafts made from natural and recycled materials last Wednesday. This was the last after-school program for 2015, and the students had a chance to have some fun decorating as well as enjoying snacks and slides of the past year's programs. Please keep an eye out for upcoming winter and spring programs, which will be posted on the museum's website www.marionmuseum.org soon. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum62 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school group enjoyed working on crafts made from natural and recycled materials last Wednesday. This was the last after-school program for 2015, and the students had a chance to have some fun decorating as well as enjoying snacks and slides of the past year's programs. Please keep an eye out for upcoming winter and spring programs, which will be posted on the museum's website www.marionmuseum.org soon. Photos by Elizabeth Leidhold
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