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Pirate Day, Marco Island, 2014

Keegen, left, and Tamara Morgan are happy to be at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
 /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

Photo by Kathleen G. Tuttle

Keegen, left, and Tamara Morgan are happy to be at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day.
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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  • Marco Island Historical Museum’s Manager Lisa Marciano guards the plank that leads to the treasure at the museum’s second annual Pirate Day. 
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  • Tigers and friendly pirates Kate Mullen, clockwise from left, Mason Mullen, Joel Anderson and Mia Mullen hide in the vegetation at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
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  • Marco Island Historical Museum volunteer Kathy Miracco welcomes families to the museum’s Annual Pirate Day. 
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  • Keegen, left, and Tamara Morgan are happy to be at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
 /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Face painter extraordinaire Michael Bey holds a mirror for pirate Joel Anderson at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
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  • Kacie, left, and Kira Swanson choose their booty after successfully completing their treasure map at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Pirate Day on Jan. 25. 
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  • Pirates Joel and Kate Anderson are ready for action at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Annual Pirate Day on Jan. 25. 
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  • Edward Jones brandishes his newly fashioned hook at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
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  • Hailey Menning, left, and Scotia Holdsworth pose for the camera after learning to tie knots with Marco Island Historical Museum volunteer Dale Rod. 
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  • Little Reese Hansen, with a little help from his grandmother, poses for the camera at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Annual Pirate Day. 
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  • Pirates Lola Green, left, Sebastian Green and Ava Fabian are ready to hunt for treasure at Marco Island Historical Museum’s Jan. 25 Pirate Day. 
 /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • Sam Holdsworth learns knot making from Marco Island Historical Museum volunteer Dale Rod at the museum’s Second Annual Pirate Day. 
 /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

Argh matey, Saturday, Jan. 25 was picture perfect for The Marco Island Historical Museum’s Second Annual Pirate Day. Parents, grandparents, babies, toddlers and kids strolled the grounds in search of fun and treasure. Eight pirate-themed activities ranged from making paper parrots and make believe hooks to face painting and knot tying. The two most popular events, however, were the face painting and walking the plank to the treasure chest.

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