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Marion Natural History Museum17 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group brought in their collections of rocks and minerals, coins, coral, and even Star Wars figures. We spoke about the history of collecting nature-related artifacts worldwide, beginning with "cabinets of curiosities" owned by individuals through modern day museums, and how studying these specimens helps us gain historic perspective. The group explored the museum's collections of minerals, shells, bird eggs and nests, among many other items.Mar 15, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum17 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group brought in their collections of rocks and minerals, coins, coral, and even Star Wars figures. We spoke about the history of collecting nature-related artifacts worldwide, beginning with "cabinets of curiosities" owned by individuals through modern day museums, and how studying these specimens helps us gain historic perspective. The group explored the museum's collections of minerals, shells, bird eggs and nests, among many other items.Mar 15, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group brought in their collections of rocks and minerals, coins, coral, and even Star Wars figures. We spoke about the history of collecting nature-related artifacts worldwide, beginning with "cabinets of curiosities" owned by individuals through modern day museums, and how studying these specimens helps us gain historic perspective. The group explored the museum's collections of minerals, shells, bird eggs and nests, among many other items.Mar 15, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum's after school group brought in their collections of rocks and minerals, coins, coral, and even Star Wars figures. We spoke about the history of collecting nature-related artifacts worldwide, beginning with "cabinets of curiosities" owned by individuals through modern day museums, and how studying these specimens helps us gain historic perspective. The group explored the museum's collections of minerals, shells, bird eggs and nests, among many other items.Mar 15, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum44 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum wishes to thank Marion town employees Pete Wood and Jake Bertocchi for their help installing a new bird feeder for the museum. The bird feeder will provide an opportunity for museum students to learn about our local bird population during open hours and our after-school programs. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth LeidholdMar 01, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum63 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group learned some tricks to identifying local winter birds with Justin Barrett, president of the Nasketucket Bird Group. Students used binoculars to view robins, cardinals, mourning doves and Canada geese. We also spoke about the Great Backyard Bird Count that took place February 17-20. The museum thanks Justin for sharing his considerable expertise with our group. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth LeidholdFeb 23, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum67 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group learned some tricks to identifying local winter birds with Justin Barrett, president of the Nasketucket Bird Group. Students used binoculars to view robins, cardinals, mourning doves and Canada geese. We also spoke about the Great Backyard Bird Count that took place February 17-20. The museum thanks Justin for sharing his considerable expertise with our group. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth LeidholdFeb 23, 2017
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Marion Natural History Museum65 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group learned some tricks to identifying local winter birds with Justin Barrett, president of the Nasketucket Bird Group. Students used binoculars to view robins, cardinals, mourning doves and Canada geese. We also spoke about the Great Backyard Bird Count that took place February 17-20. The museum thanks Justin for sharing his considerable expertise with our group. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth LeidholdFeb 23, 2017
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Potluck Recipe Exchange53 viewsThe Taber Library held a Potluck Recipe Exchange on February 16. Fellow foodies shared and sampled their creations made from recipes featured in Taber Library cookbooks. Photos by Deina ZartmanFeb 23, 2017
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Potluck Recipe Exchange53 viewsThe Taber Library held a Potluck Recipe Exchange on February 16. Fellow foodies shared and sampled their creations made from recipes featured in Taber Library cookbooks. Photos by Deina ZartmanFeb 23, 2017
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Potluck Recipe Exchange51 viewsThe Taber Library held a Potluck Recipe Exchange on February 16. Fellow foodies shared and sampled their creations made from recipes featured in Taber Library cookbooks. Photos by Deina ZartmanFeb 23, 2017
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Potluck Recipe Exchange52 viewsThe Taber Library held a Potluck Recipe Exchange on February 16. Fellow foodies shared and sampled their creations made from recipes featured in Taber Library cookbooks. Photos by Deina ZartmanFeb 23, 2017
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