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Tri-County Symphonic Band Concert - How Suite It Is
We embark upon our 58th season reflecting on How Suite It Is. The Sunday, October 28th concert includes some of the most recognizable and most frequently played suites in the symphonic band repertoire. Rhode Island Philharmonic principal trumpeter Joseph Foley will play the Hummel Trumpet Concerto.

When: Oct 28, 2018 3pm to Oct 28, 2018 5pm in Marion, MA
Cost: 5 - 25 USD

FREE Business Networking Event

Our goal is to build each other's business through referrals and help to support local businesses. We are a FREE networking group accepting new members.

When: Nov 6, 2018 12pm in Marion, MA

Tri-County Symphonic Band - Postcards from Buzzards Bay

The Tri-County Symphonic Band commissioned Cape Cod composer Mike Donovan to write a piece that gives us musical perspective on the body of water that defines our area: Postcards from Buzzards Bay. This seven-movement work takes us from Dartmouth to Woods Hole and brings to life the many ways that we encounter, embrace and endure this wonderful bay. The concert will also feature other works written about the bay and about the sea and the Tri-County Symphonic Band will perform this concert twice; at Falmouth Academy on Saturday, March 23rd and at Tabor Academy on Sunday, March 24th.

When: Mar 24, 2019 3pm to Mar 24, 2019 5pm in Marion, MA
Cost: 5 - 25 USD

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About Marion, MA
The Town of Marion was founded in 1852 and is located in Plymouth County in Southeastern Massachusetts.

The Town was originally named Sippican which was an Indian tribe that once lived there. Instead of keeping the name they chose to change it to Marion in honor of General Francis Marion who was the Revolutionary War hero from South Carolina.

For historical points of interest visit the Marion Arts Center and Natural History Museum among a few others. Residents of the town have stated that Marion has a rare natural beauty and charm.