If you visit our online video directory at montaguetv.org/p/76/Latest-Videos, how will you know what to watch? Here we'll clarify the contents of our recent programming!
Deer Paths Great to be an Eagle! is an original musical by the Deer Paths Nature Preschool.
The Fantastic Partnerz is a Southern Vermont-based band--check out their tunes and concert dates at http://www.thefantasticpartnerz.com/index.html. The video features their July concert on the Gill Common as part of A Natural Music School's Common People Concert Series.
The NMH Battlefield Lecture 6/22/17 (hosted by Northfield Mount Hermon School) featured a panel of scholars and archaeologists discussing the Peskeomskut Massacre, also known as the Battle of Turners Falls.
Family Fun Time- Going Places is a video directed and shot by Effie and Joel Paxton, and edited by Bret Leighton. Effie takes us through adventures and activities around town and around the home!
Carlos W. Anderson brings artful sermons of Christian spirituality to those who seek it--the latest being "Return to Eden" 7/2/17.
Rock Paper Scissors 2017 celebrates the unveiling of the sculpture by Tim de Christopher, which is a bold attraction new to downtown Turners.
The Greenfield Garden Club at Greenfield Savings Bank lets us listen to conversations with Laura Schlaikjer and hear more about the club's projects.
In GFDC Frank Gregory Muralist 6/26, we get a tour from the man who painted the backdrops at the Great falls Discovery Center museum and learn how the whole exhibit was put together.
The Erving Riverfront Park Grand Opening allows us to hear from a variety of speakers on the opening of the park and learn more about future plans for the park, and what citizens can do to influence its future.
The next MCTV quarterly meeting, a meeting of the MCCI board, is Thursday, August 17th. There are currently seven vacant positions on the board. Interested in becoming a board member for Montague Community Cable, Inc. (MCCI)? Visit /n/135/MCTV-Looking-for-New-Board-Members to learn more and call 413-863-9200 to set up an appointment with a current board member!
At MCTV we connect community members to local happenings through local access programming. If there’s something going on YOU think others would like to see, get in touch and we’ll set you up with a camera to capture the moment. (413) 863-9200, email@example.com, or stop by 34 2nd Street in Turners between 10AM-4PM, Monday through Friday. We’d love to work with you.
Posted: to General News on Mon, Jul 24, 2017
Updated: Mon, Jul 24, 2017