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Symphony Tales26 viewsAbout 80 adults and preschoolers enjoyed a special dual performance: live storytelling of the book “Scritch Scratch A Perfect Match” accompanied by cello playing from New Bedford Symphony Orchestra musician Shay Rudolph. The event, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library, tied together music and literacy for young beginning readers. Photo courtesy of Sharon Bartholomew.
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Symphony Tales24 viewsAbout 80 adults and preschoolers enjoyed a special dual performance: live storytelling of the book “Scritch Scratch A Perfect Match” accompanied by cello playing from New Bedford Symphony Orchestra musician Shay Rudolph. The event, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library, tied together music and literacy for young beginning readers. Photo courtesy of Sharon Bartholomew.
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Symphony Tales26 viewsAbout 80 adults and preschoolers enjoyed a special dual performance: live storytelling of the book “Scritch Scratch A Perfect Match” accompanied by cello playing from New Bedford Symphony Orchestra musician Shay Rudolph. The event, sponsored by the Elizabeth Taber Library, tied together music and literacy for young beginning readers. Photo courtesy of Sharon Bartholomew.
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Sippican Royale30 viewsActivities Director, Anne O’Connell Bishop stands near the grass skirted menu at the dining room at Sippican Healthcare Center’s cruise ship. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Sippican Royale29 viewsThe Sippican Healthcare Center in Marion has been renamed this week. The new name is the Sippican Royale and she is a cruise ship heading out of Marion Harbor to the ports of call of Bermuda and Hawaii. The ship departed on Monday, March 19 and will return on March 23. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Sippican Royale33 viewsStaff and residents enjoy the handmade ship created for the cruise week at Sippican Healthcare Center in Marion. Volunteer Tom Lynch made the ship out of cardboard egg cartons. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Sippican Royale29 viewsThe Sippican Healthcare Center in Marion has been renamed this week. The new name is the Sippican Royale and she is a cruise ship heading out of Marion Harbor to the ports of call of Bermuda and Hawaii. The ship departed on Monday, March 19 and will return on March 23. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Sippican Royale26 viewsThe Sippican Healthcare Center in Marion has been renamed this week. The new name is the Sippican Royale and she is a cruise ship heading out of Marion Harbor to the ports of call of Bermuda and Hawaii. The ship departed on Monday, March 19 and will return on March 23. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Sippican Royale27 viewsThe Sippican Healthcare Center in Marion has been renamed this week. The new name is the Sippican Royale and she is a cruise ship heading out of Marion Harbor to the ports of call of Bermuda and Hawaii. The ship departed on Monday, March 19 and will return on March 23. Photo by Joan Hartnett-Barry
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Starlab27 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program learned about some of our winter constellations on Wednesday February 29th. Newly trained Starlab presenter Bob Munroe read a Native American story about the stars and the participants used a pointer to find the most familiar of the constellations. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Starlab29 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program learned about some of our winter constellations on Wednesday February 29th. Newly trained Starlab presenter Bob Munroe read a Native American story about the stars and the participants used a pointer to find the most familiar of the constellations. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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Starlab Constellations 31 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool program learned about some of our winter constellations on Wednesday February 29th. Newly trained Starlab presenter Bob Munroe read a Native American story about the stars and the participants used a pointer to find the most familiar of the constellations. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Leidhold
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