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Marion Halloween Parade 201719 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201720 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201721 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Halloween Parade 201717 viewsHalloween in the Marion village is one event that shouldn’t be missed! Hundreds upon hundreds of little ghosts, ghouls, and goblins took to the streets to show off their costumes and follow it up with some treats (no tricks) and refreshments at the Marion Music Hall, sponsored by those very kind witches at the Marion Art Center. The Sippican School students led the parade under the direction of Hannah Moore. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Marion Natural History Museum21 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group created a soil profile for the museum and took an inventory of the creatures in different types of soils. The students also learned with the use of a rain-simulator that soil that is too well worked will compact, and water will run off the top instead of getting to the roots of plants.
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Marion Natural History Museum20 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group created a soil profile for the museum and took an inventory of the creatures in different types of soils. The students also learned with the use of a rain-simulator that soil that is too well worked will compact, and water will run off the top instead of getting to the roots of plants.
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Marion Natural History Museum20 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group created a soil profile for the museum and took an inventory of the creatures in different types of soils. The students also learned with the use of a rain-simulator that soil that is too well worked will compact, and water will run off the top instead of getting to the roots of plants.
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Marion Natural History Museum18 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group created a soil profile for the museum and took an inventory of the creatures in different types of soils. The students also learned with the use of a rain-simulator that soil that is too well worked will compact, and water will run off the top instead of getting to the roots of plants.
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Marion Town House22 viewsEvery Halloween, the employees at the Marion Town House coordinate their costumes. Top L-R: Michele Bissonnette, Terri Santos, Judy Mooney, Maureen Murphy. Middle L-R: Linda Dessert, Annita Donovan, Cindy Visotski, Lissa Magauran. Bottom L-R: Anne Marie Tobia, Kathy Kearns, Donna Hemphill. Photo courtesy Donna Hemphill
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Marion Natural History Museum265 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool group wishes to thank Tricia Cassady for sharing her works and expertise with us on October 11. Tricia showed us some of her commissioned art pieces, as well as examples of nature journaling from various artists. Each student received a small sketchpad and were encouraged to take a close look at some of the plants, animals, and other natural objects that we see every day. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum20 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool group wishes to thank Tricia Cassady for sharing her works and expertise with us on October 11. Tricia showed us some of her commissioned art pieces, as well as examples of nature journaling from various artists. Each student received a small sketchpad and were encouraged to take a close look at some of the plants, animals, and other natural objects that we see every day. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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Marion Natural History Museum20 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's afterschool group wishes to thank Tricia Cassady for sharing her works and expertise with us on October 11. Tricia showed us some of her commissioned art pieces, as well as examples of nature journaling from various artists. Each student received a small sketchpad and were encouraged to take a close look at some of the plants, animals, and other natural objects that we see every day. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Leidhold
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