2017-05-25 / Neighbors

Fashion forward



Left, Ryan Giguere of Kathy Moody’s C. K. Burns School fourth grade class sits in front of American Victorian Era dresses at the Embellishments exhibit at the Saco Museum on Friday, May 19. Giguere and his classmates participated in a scavenger hunt to find the dresses with the most buttons and the longest sleeves. (Grant McPherson photos) Left, Ryan Giguere of Kathy Moody’s C. K. Burns School fourth grade class sits in front of American Victorian Era dresses at the Embellishments exhibit at the Saco Museum on Friday, May 19. Giguere and his classmates participated in a scavenger hunt to find the dresses with the most buttons and the longest sleeves. (Grant McPherson photos)

From left, Meaira Chapman-Laux, Mohit Sharma, Brianna Arsenault, Kathy Moody of C.K. Burns School and Zoe Thomas, education and program manager at Saco Museum. Thomas works with local elementary schools and uses the museum to teach children about the lives of Saco and Biddeford residents when the mills were in full operation. The Embellishments exhibit will be on display until Aug. 27. From left, Meaira Chapman-Laux, Mohit Sharma, Brianna Arsenault, Kathy Moody of C.K. Burns School and Zoe Thomas, education and program manager at Saco Museum. Thomas works with local elementary schools and uses the museum to teach children about the lives of Saco and Biddeford residents when the mills were in full operation. The Embellishments exhibit will be on display until Aug. 27.

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