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Super-Dupering in the Street 5 viewsMain Street in Marion was the scene for the annual First Congregational Church Super Duper Fun Fair on July 29. The fair, which is always an anticipated and memorable community event, brought scores of people out in spite of threatening weather. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Super-Dupering in the Street 6 viewsMain Street in Marion was the scene for the annual First Congregational Church Super Duper Fun Fair on July 29. The fair, which is always an anticipated and memorable community event, brought scores of people out in spite of threatening weather. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Super-Dupering in the Street 6 viewsMain Street in Marion was the scene for the annual First Congregational Church Super Duper Fun Fair on July 29. The fair, which is always an anticipated and memorable community event, brought scores of people out in spite of threatening weather. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Super-Dupering in the Street 7 viewsMain Street in Marion was the scene for the annual First Congregational Church Super Duper Fun Fair on July 29. The fair, which is always an anticipated and memorable community event, brought scores of people out in spite of threatening weather. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Super-Dupering in the Street 5 viewsMain Street in Marion was the scene for the annual First Congregational Church Super Duper Fun Fair on July 29. The fair, which is always an anticipated and memorable community event, brought scores of people out in spite of threatening weather. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
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Marion Art Center Fundraiser15 viewsSet against the backdrop of beautiful Converse Point, July 14th’s Cocktails by the Sea was a very successful event for the Marion Art Center. Beyond ticket sale revenues for more than 200 attendees, MAC raised more than $11,000 for two of its fundraising projects: the Giving Gallery and the Seating Campaign. Photos courtesy Kimberly Teves
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Marion Art Center Fundraiser7 viewsSet against the backdrop of beautiful Converse Point, July 14th’s Cocktails by the Sea was a very successful event for the Marion Art Center. Beyond ticket sale revenues for more than 200 attendees, MAC raised more than $11,000 for two of its fundraising projects: the Giving Gallery and the Seating Campaign. Photos courtesy Kimberly Teves
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Marion Art Center Fundraiser7 viewsSet against the backdrop of beautiful Converse Point, July 14th’s Cocktails by the Sea was a very successful event for the Marion Art Center. Beyond ticket sale revenues for more than 200 attendees, MAC raised more than $11,000 for two of its fundraising projects: the Giving Gallery and the Seating Campaign. Photos courtesy Kimberly Teves
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Marion Art Center Fundraiser5 viewsSet against the backdrop of beautiful Converse Point, July 14th’s Cocktails by the Sea was a very successful event for the Marion Art Center. Beyond ticket sale revenues for more than 200 attendees, MAC raised more than $11,000 for two of its fundraising projects: the Giving Gallery and the Seating Campaign. Photos courtesy Kimberly Teves
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Marion Art Center Fundraiser6 viewsSet against the backdrop of beautiful Converse Point, July 14th’s Cocktails by the Sea was a very successful event for the Marion Art Center. Beyond ticket sale revenues for more than 200 attendees, MAC raised more than $11,000 for two of its fundraising projects: the Giving Gallery and the Seating Campaign. Photos courtesy Kimberly Teves
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Living History 12 viewsIt looked like July 8, 1776 at Silvershell Beach in Marion this past Saturday. Folks from the Fairhaven Village Militia and Wareham Militia Group in conjunction with Marion Recreation and the Marion Cultural Council took spectators back in time to Colonial Massachusetts during a weekend-long encampment at the beach. Participants in olde-tyme apparel demonstrated what life was like in the 1770s during the Revolutionary War through demonstrations of drilling, cooking, and flintlock musket use. Photos by Jean
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Living History 6 viewsIt looked like July 8, 1776 at Silvershell Beach in Marion this past Saturday. Folks from the Fairhaven Village Militia and Wareham Militia Group in conjunction with Marion Recreation and the Marion Cultural Council took spectators back in time to Colonial Massachusetts during a weekend-long encampment at the beach. Participants in olde-tyme apparel demonstrated what life was like in the 1770s during the Revolutionary War through demonstrations of drilling, cooking, and flintlock musket use. Photos by Jean
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