Marion Natural History Museum programs
Marion — The Marion Natural History Museum has the following programs:
Oct. 26 – Rock-Hound 101: Jim Pierson will talk about his passion – rocks and minerals. A former geologist, he will share his interests with specimens from the museum’s collections as well as his own.
Nov. 9 – Cranberries: This fruit has been a valuable product from the Southeastern Massachusetts area for many years. Dawn Gates-Allen of the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association will introduce the life of a bog-owner and the ingredients that go into cultivating this fruit.
Dec. 21 – Nature craft party: This annual event is always program and incorporates natural and recycled materials to make gifts for the holidays. Light refreshments will be served.
To register for these programs, go to www.marionmuseum.org. Check the website for the new archaeology series on Saturday mornings in November.