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MCTV - Tue, Jul 16, 2019, 1:03 P
Week July 12th 19th
This week on MCTV we have the video of Consul General of Trinidad & Tobago visiting Turners Falls to discuss the Twinning of a town within Trinidad & Tobago with Turners Falls. The Consul General, Andre Laveau, made the trip out from New York City and met local business owner Richie Richardson at his clothing store Fab Fashion. After speaking with town representatives Mr. Laveau toured downtown Turners Falls, visiting the Shae Theater, the Great Falls Discovery Center, and Unity Park. Check it out at montaguetv.org.
Don’t forget to register for MCTV’s 120 Second Film Festival! This is a great opportunity to put your creativity on display. We can’t wait to see what our community comes up with. Check out our website montaguetv.org for all contest rules, details, and deadlines.
If you have an idea for a show, podcast, or anything along those lines MCTV would like to remind you that we’re here to help! We offer the training and equipment you need to finally get started. We’d also like to know if there are any events going on in our community that are worth capturing and preserving. If you know of an event MCTV should cover, contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Mon, Jul 8, 2019, 7:29 P
Week July 6th 12th
This week on MCTV we have a new performance from the Montague Community Band! Filmed live at Peskeomskut Park, check out our website at montaguetv.org for the full video. Also featured on our Vimeo page is ‘One Earth: Stories, Songs, and Music with John Porcino’. John performed at the Great Falls Discovery Center 6/29/2019, mixing stories with songs about human partnership with the earth in a family friendly environment.
In case you haven’t heard, MCTV is hosting a 120 Second Film Festival!. Create your own story and enter the contest to see your work screened at the Shae Theater as well as cash prizes! Check out our website at montaguetv.org for more details, rules, and to register! Don’t delay, registration is July 28th.
The mission here at MCTV is to bring to life our vibrant, interesting community. If you know of an event taking place that’s worth capturing, let us know! We would love to come record any moment of interest. Also if you have an idea for a show, but just don’t know how to get started, reach out to us! We’re here and waiting to teach you how to operate a camera, edit your content, and get it out to the public. Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Tue, Jul 2, 2019, 10:23 A
Week June 28th July 5th
This week on MCTV we filmed the painting of the Building Bridges Mural which was completed on Saturday the 29th in Unity Park. The Mural not only adds beauty to the community, but promotes peace and cooperation between all people. The video is in development now and will be available soon on montaguetv.org.
The Great Falls Discovery Center always has fun events going on, and last week was no exception! John Porcino was there putting on his family oriented music and storytelling performance called One Earth: Stories, Songs and Music. John’s goal is to help families feel connected to the environment through stories and music played on a wide variety of instruments. This video will be available soon, so check out montaguetv.org for more information.
There’s still time to register for MCTV’s 120 Second Film Festival! We want to hear your story! The top videos will be screened at the Shae theater and featured on MCTV. Go to montaguetv.org to register and for more information.
MCTV is here to bring to light everything that’s great and interesting about our community, if you know of an event that deserves attention just let us know! We would love to come film and share it with the community. We can also train you to do it yourself! We can show you how to properly shoot and edit your own videos and help bring your ideas to life! Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays and lets get started!
 
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MCTV - Tue, Jun 25, 2019, 9:04 A
Week June 21st 28th Revised
Week of June 21st - 28th

Summer is here! Along with some fresh new videos from MCTV! We would like to congratulate the Turners Falls Softball team for making it all the way to the MIAA Division 3 Championship! We have videos of their playoff games being released on our Vimeo page which you can find at montaguetv.org.
More new releases include the 5th Annual Montague Music festival, as well as Let Your Love Shine: The ‘She Said’ Documentary. She Said is a local band of female musicians, writing and performing ‘all originals, all the time’ Go to montaguetv.org for the toe tappin’ good times!
Historian and author Jim Gildea gave a lecture at Greenfield Savings Bank on June 1st about the Atlantic Tsunami of 1755 and its impact on the American Revolution. His fascinating presentation is available now at montaguetv.org. While your visiting our website be sure to check out the details for our upcoming 120 Second Film Festival! The registration deadline has been extended to July 28th, so don’t delay! The awards ceremony will be hosted by the Shae Theater, don’t miss the opportunity to see your work up on the big screen! For more information visit our website at montaguetv.org
Looking for something to do this summer? Why not learn how to make your very own videos! We here at MCTV love training people on proper camera use and video editing! Come learn an exciting new hobby, whether it’s shooting town events you’d like to see on MCTV or starting your own show altogether! Our producers are standing by to help you every step of the way. Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Mon, Jun 24, 2019, 4:01 P
Week June 21st 28th
Summer is here! Along with some fresh new videos from MCTV! We would like to congratulate the Turners Falls Softball team for making it all the way to the MIAA Division 3 Championship! We have videos of their playoff games being released on our Vimeo page which you can find at montaguetv.org.
More new releases include the 5th Annual Montague Music festival, as well as Let Your Love Shine: The ‘She Said’ Documentary. She Said is a local band of female musicians, writing and performing ‘all originals, all the time’ Go to montaguetv.org for the toe tappin’ good times!
Historian and author Jim Gildea gave a lecture at Greenfield Savings Bank on June 1st about the Atlantic Tsunami of 1755 and its impact on the American Revolution. His fascinating presentation is available now at montaguetv.org.
Looking for something to do this summer? Why not learn how to make your very own videos! We here at MCTV love training people on proper camera use and video editing! Come learn an exciting new hobby, whether it’s shooting town events you’d like to see on MCTV or starting your own show altogether! Our producers are standing by to help you every step of the way. Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Mon, Jun 10, 2019, 8:31 P
Week June 7th 14th
his week on MCTV we have some exciting new videos coming your way! Artie the Police Dog recently made an appearance at Greenfield Savings Bank in Turners Falls. Officer Jim Ruddock spoke about how he and Artie work together, and of course everyone got to pet Artie. Our producer Joel Paxton was there to shoot all the four legged, crime fighting fun and will have the video available on our Vimeo page as soon as possible. Also coming soon is a video featuring Richie Richardson, owner of Fab Fashion. The Turners Falls Girls Softball team played against Gateway Highschool over the weekend, stay tuned to MCTV for the video!
Recently posted on our Vimeo page we have the Varsity Sports Report, brought to you by Bobby C. Campbell. You can also see the Day of Remembrance Ceremony which took place at the Discovery Center in downtown Turners Falls. And don’t forget about MCTV’s 120 Second Film Festival! Learn more about the rules and details at montaguetv.org. The registration deadline is June 28th, so don’t delay! Sign up today! If you have an idea for a video but don’t know how to get it off the ground, let us know because we would love to help! We can train you how to use a camera and get you creating right away. If you’re interested, or know of an event MCTV should record you can contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays.
 
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MCTV - Thu, Jun 6, 2019, 10:44 A
Week May 31st-6th 2019
This week on MCTV check out the video of the recent Memorial Day Ceremony. Also the 4th annual Heart to Heart raffle at Our Lady of Peace Church is now posted. Child Haven International Raffle and Dinner benefit has also been posted, check out the video to see the music, dance, and poetry performances that accompanied the event. Also keep an eye out for episode two of Home Cooking in Turners Falls with Tammy Aiken, brought to you by producer Hannah Brookman.
To see all these videos and more check out our website at montaguetv.org. Don’t forget to sign up for MCTV’s 120 Second Film Festival. Registration deadline is June 25th and for contest rules and forms check out montaguetv.org. As always, if there’s something going on you want to see on MCTV, just get in touch with us! We would love to show you how easy it is to use a camera and capture the moment. Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Thu, May 30, 2019, 10:06 A
Week May 23rd 30th
Happy Memorial from MCTV!

This week we have some exciting new videos coming to you. We will have video of the Memorial Day Ceremony which took place over the weekend coming out soon. Also, on May 18th outside the Discovery Center in downtown Turners Falls Dave Brule and the Nolumbeka Project presented Day of Remembrance: Commemoration of 343rd anniversary of the Massacre at Peskeompskut. The Nolumbeka Project seeks to spread a more accurate depiction of the native peoples and their history. Watch to learn more!

We also have videos featuring the recent Radical Interconnectedness Performing Arts Festival that took place in Turners Falls. The festival took place in several locations across downtown, including the Discovery Center, FAB clothing store, and The Church of Pod. The Shae theater hosted performances as well, featuring Alex Demelo and United Arc Theater: Performances by Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Cynthia Snow: Poetry and Song- Elders and Experience of Alzheimer's and Terry Jenoure performing Pelala: A Music and Solo Spoken Word and video installation.

On the way is a video featuring the recent silent auction and musical performances for Child Haven International hosted by St. Kazimierz in Turners Falls. Child Haven International is an organization dedicated to providing children and women in developing countries with food, education, health care shelter and clothing, emotional and moral support. The event was catered by Greenfield Market and featured performances by Bamba De Aqui, also a children's choir and violin orchestra from Greenfield, traditional mexican dancing, singing from three sisters from Rawanda, and a spoken word poem performance.

Did you hear? MCTV is having a 120 Second Film Competition! Check out our website for details! Get creative this summer and show us what you’ve got. But if contests aren't your thing and you just want to make a video or tv show, we’d love to help! Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sun, Apr 21, 2019, 4:57 P
April 22-26, 2018
We hope you're all having a good start to spring! Take a look at these TV schedule highlights for the week ahead:

-Factory Tour-Millers Falls Tools 1943: Monday at 9 p.m.
-Erving Library Dedication: Tuesday at 9:30 p.m.
-What is Bioenergy and Why Should We Care?: Wednesday at 2 p.m.
-Sonya Lamonakis Day November 2018: Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
-Migration Festival Turners Falls 2018: Friday at 10 p.m.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Apr 13, 2019, 4:08 A
April 15-19, 2019
Sometimes spring seems to trickle in too slowly with the April rain, but the birdsongs beckon the blossoming to come. We hope this week, the buds will reveal their green beginnings.

Yes, the waiting is hard. Thankfully, we won't have to wait anymore to see the following programs, now available on Montague Community TV!

-Science in the Valley, episodes 1 & 2
-Franklin County Varsity Sports Report: April 2019
-Farley String Band, at Greenfield Savings Bank: March 2019
-Harmon Personnel Services, at Greenfield Savings Bank
-Cable Advisory Meeting: April 2019
-Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Presents: the Amazing Beaver, at Greenfield Savings Bank

These videos can be found on Channel 17, or on our website: MontagueTV.org.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Fri, Apr 5, 2019, 2:27 P
This Week Mctv
This week on Montague Community TV, we present a momentous occasion captured on video.

At our Latest Videos page, or on channel 17, you can watch the Erving Library Groundbreaking Ceremony, an event to initiate the library construction process, which is kicking off after years in the planning phase.

To Senator Jo Comerford, who was present for the dedication, it represents "a town that is invested in a long and beautiful planning process" and an investment from the state on the community level to lift up the "vital services" provided by libraries.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Mar 30, 2019, 1:36 P
April 1-5, 2019
This week, we direct Wendell viewers in particular to our Latest Videos page of our website montaguetv.org, where you can find the Wendell Selectboard's recent meeting with National Grid. This hour-long video reviews the the town's energy needs and requests.

We encourage you to turn to us, your very own community TV station to keep important local conversations recorded online. If you notice a gap in our collections, that just might be your cue to get involed at the station! At Montague Community TV, you are history in the making.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Mar 23, 2019, 8:40 P
Week March 25-29, 2019
Is that birds we hear singing their sweet tunes? It's springtime, after all! Or could it be the latest music installments available from Montague Community TV? Check out the latest at montaguetv.org:

-The Farley String Irish Band: Irish Music at Greenfield Savings Bank 2019
-1st Chapter: Anand Nayak and Jim Eagan at Great Falls Coffee House 3/8/19

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Mar 16, 2019, 8:53 A
March 18-22, 2018
Spring is right around the corner! At Montague Community TV, we hope you'll check out our latest video, What is Bioenergy and Why Should We Care? 2/28/19.

In this video lecture, Mary Booth, an international expert on bioenergy and resident of Western Mass, reviews different paths going forward on how to curb climate change. She reviews the necessity of having a negative global net emissions--meaning that we're taking carbon out of the air that is already there. She goes over policy challenges to this in Massachusetts and strategies in which we might overcome the challenges ahead.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Mar 9, 2019, 8:38 A
March 11-15, 2019
This Week at MCTV

We never cease to be amazed by the talents of young people. This week on channel 17, look for the Tragedy of of Macbeth, presented by The Young Shakespeare Players East!

The Young Shakespeare Players-East is a nonprofit theater program for young people ages 8-18 to participate in full-length plays by Shakespeare, Shaw and Dickins. There are no auditions--everyone who participates will have a substantial speaking role. It is the only troupe of its kind outside of Madison, Wisconsin! Learn more at youngshakespeareplayerseast.org.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Fri, Mar 1, 2019, 11:34 P
March 4-9, 2019
Here at Montague Community TV, we hope you're enjoying these early days of March!

Looking for ways to connect with your community? Go to the exhibit "The Time of My Life: Vintage Views of Western Massachusetts" at the Great Falls Discovery Center (on view through April 21st), or check out some of the other happenings listed at turnersfallsriverculture.org.

Maybe soon you'll feel inspired to turn our cameras on these events!

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Fri, Feb 22, 2019, 2:06 P
February 25- March
This week, we present to you... Rumble at the Shea! This is a new series featuring promotional videos on businesses in downtown Turners Falls. Check out every episode online at montaguetv.org:
1: FAB Fashion
2: Nina's Nook and Books Behind Bars
3: Mystic Pinball
4: Great Falls Harvest
5: Black Cow Burgers and Turners Falls Pizza House
6: Nova Motorcycles
7: Kharma Salon
Then, share them with your friends!
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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sat, Feb 16, 2019, 11:07 A
Week February 18-22, 2019
We hope your February is going well! Please enjoy our new episodes this week:

-Homecoming Episode 1: Breakfast with Bev
-Rumble at the Shea Episode 1: Fab Fashion
-Rumble at the Shea Episode 2: Nina’s Nook and Books Behind Bars
Find these videos and more at montaguetv.org or our very own channel 17!

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Fri, Feb 8, 2019, 7:30 P
February 11-15, 2019
Want some smooth sounds to make the transition from work to bedtime softer? You can always count on your local channel 17 for its musical programs—from open mic nights to musician features, to concert series and even spanning special events like Northern Roots: an annual traditional music festival in Brattleboro. This year’s Northern Roots Festival was held on January 26, 2019–and now it’s here to stay, archived on our Vimeo page. Find it by visiting montaguetv.org/latestvideos or our check our TV guide online.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sun, Feb 3, 2019, 4:24 A
February 4-8
Montague Community TV posts local policy meetings, including selectboard meetings and finance committee meetings, can be found on our Latest Videos page. You can also find these on Channel 17--just check the TV schedule! On January 30th, the Montague Selectboard, Finance Committee, and Gill-Montague School Committee had a joint meeting--all you have to do is tune in to learn more!

Looking for a way to get involved in your community? This Saturday, February 9th is the Montague Common Open Mic at 34 Main Street in Montague. The event runs from 7-10 PM. Sign up by 7:30 to guarentee a spot for yourself--all types of performance are welcome! The event kicks off with a feature by New Leaf (www.newleafirishband.com).

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sun, Jan 27, 2019, 8:44 P
January 28-february 2018
This week we direct your attention to our website montaguetv.org, where you can find the Civic Leaders meeting from January 16th, 2019. This meeting brought together community members who serve on finance and school committees in Gill, Montague, Northfield, Leyden, Warwick and Bernardston, as well the HEART (Honest Education and Retaining Trust) Committee. The meeting continued the discussion on possible merger of the Gill-Montague School District and the Pioneer Valley School District. Stay tuned for more!

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Mon, Jan 21, 2019, 9:38 P
January 21-25, 2019
When in do your daily life do you get to send a message to somebody indirectly, without worrying about whether they’ll confront you about it? In the presentation “Talking Cloths: Kangas of East Africa,” Nell Koenings and Peggy Hart explain how women in East Africa engage in this kind of communication through fashion.

Kangas are cloths, diverse in pattern and color, that women in East African cultures wear over clothes and on the head. Many are printed with words on a small section—the kanga’s “name.” Sometimes the name will be cordial— something like “Happy Holiday”—but other times they will be thought-provoking (“Don’t travel on someone else’s star”) or even upsetting (“What kind of person you are, that you don’t like your neighbor”).

Kangas are given and received, and also often bought by the woman who intends to wear them, so they are open to a lot of self expression. Many people will try to infer the intended meaning of the kanga’s name based on who gave it or where (and around whom) it is worn. If a woman wears a kanga to send a message to someone she’s spending time with, she may alleviate shyness about sending the message by wearing the kanga inside out or cover the name to make it ambiguous whether they wore it in order to send a message or just because they liked the pattern. Many kangas are produced on a large enough scale that their name can be identified by men and women just by seeing the pattern. Culturally, it’s considered rude to ask a woman the meaning of wearing her kanga, as well as the meaning intended in giving a kanga as a gift.

To learn more about kangas, visit our website at montagetv.org and find the presentation in our Latest Videos section, or look for it in our TV schedule. You can also check out the exhibit Talking Cloth: Kangas from East Africa at the Great Falls Discovery Center, on display through February 8.

Something going on you’d like others to see? If you get in touch, we can show you how easy it is to use a camera and capture the moment.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We’re excited to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sun, Jan 13, 2019, 8:11 P
January 14-18, 2019
Local policy meetings, including Selectboard meetings, School committee meetings, Finance committee meetings, can be found on the Latest Videos page of our website. To navigate these videos, you can visit the town websites to view meeting agendas and minutes.To navigate these videos, you can visit the town websites to view meeting agendas and minutes. Gill Selectboard agendas can be viewed at https://gillmass.org/f/31/Selectboard-Meetings, and Montague Selectboard agendas can be viewed at https://montague-ma....f-Selectmen-Meetings.

Looking for something to do in your community? Check out Talking Cloth: Kangas from East Africa, an exhibit at the Great Falls Discover Center on display through February 8th.

Something going on you’d like others to see? If you get in touch, we can show you how easy it is to use a camera and capture the moment.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv@gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We’re excited to work with you!
 
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MCTV - Sun, Dec 30, 2018, 8:41 P
December 31-january
Happy New Year! We hope you enjoyed the holiday season. We've got lots in store for you for the year to come. Here's to a spectacular 2019!

We hope that this is the year you'll stop by the station and borrow a camera to record some programs of your own!

Looking to get involved in your community? Don't forget that you can find your local government meetings--like Selectboard and School Committee meetings, online or on channel 17. This way, you can stay informed on local policy decisions.

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.

Contact us at (413) 863-9200, infomontaguetv(at)gmail.com, or stop by 34 Second Street between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. We'd love to work with you!
 
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