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March 19, 2014

Pentucket seniors displaying work at library

MERRIMAC — The Merrimac Library is currently featuring the artwork of Pentucket High School seniors taught by Marcia Nadeau-Tanner. The works range from photography to pastel to drawing and the subject matter is just as vast. Many of these students will be pursuing a college degree in the arts after high school and this show is a great opportunity for them to display what they have been working on for their portfolios all year. The show will be up for the month of March.

The Merrimac Library also announces that the work of local illustrator and sculptor Sean Bixby will be on display in the children’s room for the month of March. Bixby is teaching a two-part Into to Comics program at the library on March 13 and 20. Visit his website at to see more of his work.

The library is located at 86 W. Main St., 978-346-9441.

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