New this week: What’s going on? & Events near you
Folks are out and about as beautiful spring weather continues to descend upon us. Wondering what's happening near you? Events this Saturday include a talk from 1-2:30 at the Discovery Center by Connecticut River scuba diver Annette Spaulding on underwater discoveries--including Native American petroglyphs in the area; the Nolumbeka Project will discuss Native American history in the region. Or enjoy a talk at the Carnegie Library at 2 pm by Ed Gregory on the Fall River Upper Dam, constructed in 1877 by the Montague Paper Company to establish a clean water source for their paper-making endeavors. Finally, this Saturday kicks off the first day of Vintage Powerhouse: Cabot Station - A One Hundred Year Retrospective, a Great Hall Art Display at the Discovery Center, running through May 28th.
This week, tune into local meeting broadcasts including the Montague Selectboard meeting on Monday at 7pm and the Finance Committee meeting on Wednesday at 6pm. Agenda items for this week's selectboard meeting include the Cable Advisory Committee to approve a contract with MCCI and in the Town Administrator's report, a community development discretionary hearing on Shea Theater repointing & maintenance as well as appointing Jeri Bannister to the Montague Cultural Council until the end of the three year term in June. Stay tuned also this week for the Broadband meeting and Gill Selectboard meeting.
This week, check out our new 30-minute video What's going on? 3/21/16. A social experiment following pedestrians as the pass by the corner of Avenue A & 3rd Street, we explore their answers when posed with the question, What's going on? This segment is available online and on the TV schedule.
What's going on in your world--got something that others would like to see? Get in touch to learn how easy it is to use a camera and capture the moment. (413) 863-9200, email@example.com, or stop by 34 2nd Street in Turners between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. We'd love to work with you!
Posted: to General News on Sat, Mar 26, 2016
Updated: Sat, Mar 26, 2016