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A “Readings, Rhymes & Recollections TWO” program will be held on Nov 19th at 7:00 pm in the Bradford Library. The reason for this performance is to raise money for the Bradford Public library and the Old Church Theater. Attendance is by donation.
All material selected will be for general audiences, unless a special presentation is announced.
There will be several readings of predominantly light hearted, enjoyable items, well laced with humor and serious thought provoking material, that I hope will be enjoyed. Several presenters will be involved, some with their own work. Stories, poems, quotations, bits of humor, idle thoughts, quotes, and even bits of wisdom.
Come watch this great TED Talk on creativity with discussion to follow Tuesday 11/18, 10 AM, Bradford Public Library.
World Wide Photo Walk
10:00 am Saturday Oct 11
Bradford Public Library
The Bradford Public Library is the meeting place for this year’s Bradford, VT World Wide Photo Walk. We will meet at 10:00 am Saturday Oct 11 for a two hour walk through Bradford Village. We will pass historic buildings, the river front, a single lane bridge, an old school, the Bradford Falls, take pictures and generally have fun with other photographers. The Walk is a social photography event where photographers get together to walk around a neighborhood area or place and take photos. Over 20,000 photographers will take pictures in 1000 locations world wide during the PhotoWalk day.
Folks must register prior to event at: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/walk/bradford-vt-united-states/ Look for the “Join this Photo Walk” green bar at the top right of the page.
At the end of the Walk, we will gather back at the Library to look at our own photos. Some folks may want to share their pictures with others or think about submitting their best shot in the WWPWcontest in hopes of winning a prize.
For more information call the Library at 802-222-4536, or Bud at 802-439-5397, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.