Good Times In Days Past Written by Harold (Brosie) Kulman On a warm sunny day, I usually enjoy sitting out on the bench in front of my house on East Market Street. My house is directly across the street from the Borough Hall. As I sit there today, my mind wanders back to a time
Many people look forward to the Marietta Garden Tour, which is usually held in June to benefit the Marietta Community House. This year, in an effort to provide garden lovers with a different approach to gardening, the Garden Tour will be held on September 11th and will highlight Fall gardening ideas. Eight gardens within the
Written by Michelle Bote Once the Fourth of July passes, you know Historic Marietta Bike Race is right around the corner! This year’s Historic Marietta Bike Race will be happening on Saturday, July 9th. The Historic Marietta Bike Race supports the community efforts of the Marietta Fire Company and the Marietta Parks and Recreation with
Written by Jim Johnson, Artistic Director, Susquehanna Stage Company On March 3, 2016, the Susquehanna Stage Company (SSC), Marietta’s Community Theatre, took a huge step toward the future by preserving both our artistic Marietta roots and expanding our mission, vision, and goals. We are happy to publicly announce the purchase of the downtown Marietta Theatre,
Written by Vivian Carroll Last year, the Marietta Community House (MCH) Board of Directors was looking for a new project to help fund the maintenance of the Community House building, which is located at 264 West Market Street. Carol Shadle, a board member, suggested a cook book sale for the 2016 fundraiser. Under Carol’s direction,
Written by Adam Jenkins This has proven to be an eventful year for Marietta Restoration Associates (MRA). The MRA Board of Directors are proud to announce that the Marietta Theatre property has been sold to the Susquehanna Stage Company (full article on page 8) and the caretaker responsibilities for the Vesta Furnace office building have
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