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Spring Lake87 views“Spring Lake” by Diane Rappisi will be exhibited with eight other pastel artists at the Marion Art Center located at 80 Pleasant Street from Friday, April 29 to June 8, 2011. An opening reception will be held on Friday, April 29 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Cecil Clark Davis Gallery.
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Ludes Estuary127 viewsSam Harris saws a branch during the cleanup of Ludes Estuary by members of the Sippican Land Trust on March 26, 2011. Members of the land trust provide stewardship to 46 properties around Marion. Photo by Chris Martin.
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Chowder Championship104 viewsEliza Gifford, one of the organizers of the "Chowder Championship" at the Congregational Community Center in Marion on March 26, 2011, forms her own opinion of the nine contestants’ chowder entries before the 56 participants cast their votes. Photo courtesy of Warren Briggs.
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Chowder Championship112 viewsEliza Gifford, Cathy Brown and Susan Mattson prepare the line-up for the "Chowder Championship" at the Congregational Community Center in Marion on March 26, 2011. Ms. Mattson won the first prize following the tally of 56 participants in this event. Photo courtesy of Warren Briggs.
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Chowder Championship63 viewsPhyllis Washburn, one of the organizers of the "Chowder Championship" at the Congregational Community Center in Marion on March 26, 2011, makes final preparations of the nine chowder entries before the 56 participants cast their votes. Photo courtesy of Warren Briggs.
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Chowder Championship83 viewsTinker Saltonstall and Aimee Fox prepare the line-up of nine chowders at the Congregational Community Center in Marion on March 26, 2011, awaiting the votes from 56 attendees to select the "Chowder Champions". Photo courtesy of Warren Briggs.
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Rockets107 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school program featured "Rockets" with Dr. Dills of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Department on March 2, 2011. The participants had fun constructing the nose-cones and adding weight, attaching fins, and decorating their rockets for launch. Many flew 100 feet or more! Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rockets66 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school program featured "Rockets" with Dr. Dills of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Department on March 2, 2011. The participants had fun constructing the nose-cones and adding weight, attaching fins, and decorating their rockets for launch. Many flew 100 feet or more! Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rockets53 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school program featured "Rockets" with Dr. Dills of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Department on March 2, 2011. The participants had fun constructing the nose-cones and adding weight, attaching fins, and decorating their rockets for launch. Many flew 100 feet or more! Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rockets45 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school program featured "Rockets" with Dr. Dills of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Department on March 2, 2011. The participants had fun constructing the nose-cones and adding weight, attaching fins, and decorating their rockets for launch. Many flew 100 feet or more! Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Rockets45 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after-school program featured "Rockets" with Dr. Dills of the UMass Dartmouth Chemistry Department on March 2, 2011. The participants had fun constructing the nose-cones and adding weight, attaching fins, and decorating their rockets for launch. Many flew 100 feet or more! Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold.
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Trackers50 viewsValerie and Nick Wisniewski from Walnut Hill Tracking and Nature Center presented an informative slide show at The Marion Natural History Museum on March 12, 2011. The group then went for a walk at Washburn Park in Marion and pointed out several animal tracks. Photo by Felix Perez.
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