Week of September 13th - 20th
This past Friday the 13th MCTV was lucky enough to record The Great Falls Discovery Center Coffee House, a free event that takes place every second and fourth friday of each month. This week Paula Bradley and Rafe Wolman performed old folk classics. Paula sang and switched between banjo and guitar, while Rafe impressed everyone with his violin skills. Check out the video for yourself as it becomes available on montaguetv.org.
The discovery center also hosted a presentation by Cliff Schexnayder, who recently published a book titled Builders of the Hoosac Tunnel. His presentation is called Alvah Crocker: From the Rugged Hand of Poverty to Visionary Leader. Cliff talks about how Alvah Crocker rose from being a lowly mill worker to a man of amazing success. This fascinating story will be available soon on montaguetv.org.
Also coming soon to montaguetv.org, James Gildea author of A Journey Home giving a presentation this past Saturday the 14th at Greenfield Savings Bank in Turners Falls. James offers an interesting new look at what sparked the American Revolution. While researching information for a separate project, James discovered accounts of a devastating earthquake which set into motion events that he can trace all the way to the Boston Tea Party. See for yourself on montaguetv.org.
MCTV is hosting a 120 Second Film Festival! Check out montaguetv.org for details and to sign up! Something going on you think others would like to see? If you get in touch, we can show you how easy it is to use a camera and capture the moment.
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Posted: to General News on Mon, Sep 16, 2019
Updated: Mon, Sep 16, 2019