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Santa's Arrival33 viewsMarion children gave a rock star’s welcome to Santa Claus, who arrived at Marion’s Annual Holiday Stroll by boat on December 13. The pouring rain didn’t stop Santa from spreading candy and holiday cheer to the crowd of exciting children. Clydesdale horses waited patiently to take visitors on a stroll through the village, and the town Christmas tree was lit at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Santa's Arrival44 viewsMarion children gave a rock star’s welcome to Santa Claus, who arrived at Marion’s Annual Holiday Stroll by boat on December 13. The pouring rain didn’t stop Santa from spreading candy and holiday cheer to the crowd of exciting children. Clydesdale horses waited patiently to take visitors on a stroll through the village, and the town Christmas tree was lit at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Santa's Arrival41 viewsMarion children gave a rock star’s welcome to Santa Claus, who arrived at Marion’s Annual Holiday Stroll by boat on December 13. The pouring rain didn’t stop Santa from spreading candy and holiday cheer to the crowd of exciting children. Clydesdale horses waited patiently to take visitors on a stroll through the village, and the town Christmas tree was lit at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Marion Garden Club44 viewsThe Marion Garden Club had their annual wreath and green sale while the Sippican Woman’s Club conducted their house tour, which made Marion village a very festive and fun place to be on December 12, 2009. There were mini-trees, ornaments, wreaths, evergreen ropes and boughs of every variety on sale in the Music Hall. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Marion Garden Club44 viewsThe Marion Garden Club had their annual wreath and green sale while the Sippican Woman’s Club conducted their house tour, which made Marion village a very festive and fun place to be on December 12, 2009. There were mini-trees, ornaments, wreaths, evergreen ropes and boughs of every variety on sale in the Music Hall. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley
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Tree Spree House Tour38 viewsThe Sippican Woman’s Club held their annual Tree Spree House Tour on Saturday, December 12, 2009. Visitors enjoyed Marion buildings festively decorated for the holiday season. There were 12 stops on the tour, including 5 private residences and several historical town buildings. Handy’s Tavern was especially awe-inspiring, with over 50 decorated trees. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Santa's Arrival36 viewsMarion children gave a rock star’s welcome to Santa Claus, who arrived at Marion’s Annual Holiday Stroll by boat on December 13. The pouring rain didn’t stop Santa from spreading candy and holiday cheer to the crowd of exciting children. Clydesdale horses waited patiently to take visitors on a stroll through the village, and the town Christmas tree was lit at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Santa's Arrival37 viewsMarion children gave a rock star’s welcome to Santa Claus, who arrived at Marion’s Annual Holiday Stroll by boat on December 13. The pouring rain didn’t stop Santa from spreading candy and holiday cheer to the crowd of exciting children. Clydesdale horses waited patiently to take visitors on a stroll through the village, and the town Christmas tree was lit at Bicentennial Park. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Holiday Cookies40 viewsMarion Girl Scout Troop 99 sold cookies outside in the bitter cold on December 12, 2009 on Front Street. The Sippican Woman’s Club held a house tour that included all the landmarks stops in the Village, including the Marion Art Center and the Sippican Historical Society. The girl scouts took advantage of a bustling village to raise some money, with occasional breaks for cocoa. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Tree Spree House Tour37 viewsThe Sippican Woman’s Club held their annual Tree Spree House Tour on Saturday, December 12, 2009. Visitors enjoyed Marion buildings festively decorated for the holiday season. There were 12 stops on the tour, including 5 private residences and several historical town buildings. Handy’s Tavern was especially awe-inspiring, with over 50 decorated trees. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Delightful Trees29 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Delightful Trees32 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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