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Taber Library 132 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French Storer
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Taber Library 49 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French Storer
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Taber Library 46 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French Storer
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Taber Library 54 viewsSelectman Steve Gonsalves, Peggy Repass, Library Director Libby O'Neill, and Selectman Norm Hills celebrate the groundbreaking of the Taber Library entrance restoration project on September 30, with funds donated by Repass. Photo by Sarah French Storer
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Marion Natural History Museum58 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group enjoyed one of the last days of warm weather by using seining nets to investigate our local fish population. By far the most commonly caught animal was the Atlantic Silverside, and then in descending order mummichogs, shrimp, mud snails, and hermit crabs, with one or two small Menhaden. The kids cooled off in the water at the Marion Harbormaster's beach and enjoyed a lovely fall day. Many thanks to Maggie Payne for her help with the nets.
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Marion Natural History Museum44 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group enjoyed one of the last days of warm weather by using seining nets to investigate our local fish population. By far the most commonly caught animal was the Atlantic Silverside, and then in descending order mummichogs, shrimp, mud snails, and hermit crabs, with one or two small Menhaden. The kids cooled off in the water at the Marion Harbormaster's beach and enjoyed a lovely fall day. Many thanks to Maggie Payne for her help with the nets.
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Marion Natural History Museum577 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group enjoyed one of the last days of warm weather by using seining nets to investigate our local fish population. By far the most commonly caught animal was the Atlantic Silverside, and then in descending order mummichogs, shrimp, mud snails, and hermit crabs, with one or two small Menhaden. The kids cooled off in the water at the Marion Harbormaster's beach and enjoyed a lovely fall day. Many thanks to Maggie Payne for her help with the nets.
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Bee Talk47 viewsLocal cranberry grower and beekeeper Paul Rinta demonstrated honey extraction during a presentation on the plight of bees in North America given by his wife and business partner Linda Rinta, a local bee expert and educator. The event was a partnership between the Sippican Land Trust and Marion Garden Group and took place on September 30. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Bee Talk43 viewsLocal cranberry grower and beekeeper Paul Rinta demonstrated honey extraction during a presentation on the plight of bees in North America given by his wife and business partner Linda Rinta, a local bee expert and educator. The event was a partnership between the Sippican Land Trust and Marion Garden Group and took place on September 30. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Bee Talk44 viewsLocal cranberry grower and beekeeper Paul Rinta demonstrated honey extraction during a presentation on the plight of bees in North America given by his wife and business partner Linda Rinta, a local bee expert and educator. The event was a partnership between the Sippican Land Trust and Marion Garden Group and took place on September 30. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Bee Talk50 viewsLocal cranberry grower and beekeeper Paul Rinta demonstrated honey extraction during a presentation on the plight of bees in North America given by his wife and business partner Linda Rinta, a local bee expert and educator. The event was a partnership between the Sippican Land Trust and Marion Garden Group and took place on September 30. Photos by Marilou Newell
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Bee Talk50 viewsLocal cranberry grower and beekeeper Paul Rinta demonstrated honey extraction during a presentation on the plight of bees in North America given by his wife and business partner Linda Rinta, a local bee expert and educator. The event was a partnership between the Sippican Land Trust and Marion Garden Group and took place on September 30. Photos by Marilou Newell
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