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Scene Setters, March 12

Carla Gericke, of Manchester, walks her dog Nellie, a rescue, on the Dorrs Pond Walking Trail at Livingston Park on Feb. 26 afternoon in Manchester. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
The Currier Museum of Art had multiple art classes and drop-in programs all week while it was school vacation. During this past week, youth 17 and under had free admission and adults paid $5. People could "Draw in the "Galleries and then build small sculptures in "Monument Building" inspired by New Hampshire sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens exhibition. Additionally, March 1, 1848 was Saint-Gaudens' birthday. The Currier Art Center had a variety of art programs all week themed around the exhibit, too, and this week saw its largest registration of kids in the program, organizers said. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
The Currier Museum of Art had multiple art classes and drop-in programs all week while it was school vacation. During this past week, youth 17 and under had free admission and adults paid $5. People could "Draw in the "Galleries and then build small sculptures in "Monument Building" inspired by the New Hampshire sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens exhibition. Additionally, March 1, 1848 was Saint-Gaudens' birthday. The Currier Art Center had a variety of art programs all week themed around the exhibit, too, and this week saw its largest registration of kids in the program, organizers said. Building a "monument" set of cat figurines out of Model Magic, was Lily Situmorang, 11. She was there with her mother, Christine Caron, both of Manchester. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
A flock of turkeys wanders the Valley Cemetery during Friday's blustery weather. (BRUCE TAYLOR/UNION LEADER)
John Stark Regional High School student Kali Kolehmainen, wearing uniform No. 23, and Katlyn Brown, wearing No. 12 , cheer on the Generals during Friday's NHIAA Division II Girls' Basketball State Championship game against Hollis/Brookline at the Southern New Hampshire University Fieldhouse in Manchester. Hollis/Brookline prevailed, 54-43. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Keene beat St. Thomas Aquinas 3-2 in overtime during the NHIAA Div. II Boys Hockey Finals held at SNHU Arena on Saturday evening. Keene poses with their fans. (Allegra Boverman/Union Leader)
Josh True, of Sterling Office Services Division, based in Chelmsford, Mass., moves office equipment into Mobius Bionics in the Millyard on Feb. 26 in Manchester. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)