This week at MCTV several productions have entered the editing phase and will be ready for viewing shortly.
Raising money for the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts and the Montague Common Hall, the 5th Annual Mutton and Mead Festival kicked into high gear this weekend at the Millers Falls Rod and Gun Club. Val's Views was there capturing the magic on camera! Stay tuned for when the editing process is complete and the video is ready for viewing.
Also available for view shortly is Saturday's Championship softball game between Turners Falls and Millis. Turners Falls fell just short of a championship win in 2014 to come back as a powerhouse this year. Catch all the action on MCTV.
In final production this week is Wildflowers of the Northeast which was presented by Massachusetts naturalist John Root at the Discovery Center on June 18th. Filmed by Janet Masucci, this 90-minute presentation visually brought to life the rich and diverse flora in our landscape. This presentation was funded in part from a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
There is so much more available online and on MCTV throughout the day. Check the schedule and stay tuned for more of what's new at MCTV!
Something interesting going on you think others would enjoying seeing as well? Get in touch with us! Learning to use a camera is free and available for you to use! Learn to edit or we can do the editing for you. Contact MCTV at 413-863-9200, firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by 34 2nd Street in Turners Falls between 10am and 4pm Monday through Friday. We'd love to work with you!
Posted: to General News on Tue, Jun 23, 2015
Updated: Tue, Jun 23, 2015