Saturday, March 31, 2012

Capturing the Natural Beauty of the South Shore


I am pleased to announce that in conjunction with Local Cultural Councils and the Massachusetts Audubon North River Sanctuary, I will be offering 14 free photography workshops over the next 6 months! We will visit many communities on the south shore of Massachusetts and learn about photography as we go. The workshops will get us out in the field at some of the best parks that each town has to offer. During each session we will focus (no pun intended:) on a particular aspect of photography. If you attend all 14 sessions, you will have a portfolio of some of the most beautiful and interesting places on the South Shore and you will have learned a lot about photography. Pre-registration is required for all sessions. Please contact John Galluzzo at jgalluzzo@massaudubon.org or call at 781 837 9400.

Thank you to the Local Cultural Councils, the Massachusetts North River Sanctuary and John Galluzzo for making this possible!

Below is the write up that was recently posted in the North River Sanctuary's monthly newsletter:


Capturing the Natural Beauty of the South Shore


Thanks to the many Local Cultural Councils on the South Shore, we are proud to offer this new series of single-day digital photography workshops.

Join Greg Lessard for these free workshops, in the following communities:

April 17, Oliver Mills Park, Middleboro - waterfalls, 8:30-9:30 am
April 19, Nantasket Beach, Hull - sunrise, 5-7 am
June 16, D.W. Field Park, Brockton, 9-11 am
June 20, Gurnet Lighthouse, Plymouth - sundown
June 23, Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Marshfield, 7-9 am
June 26, Rockland Town Forest, Rockland
July 25, Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, Wareham
July 26, Luddam's Ford, Hanover
August 18, Burrage Wildlife Management Area, Hanson
August 20, Scituate Lighthouse, Scituate
August 22, Hobart's Pond, Whitman
August 25, Webb State Park, Weymouth
September 8, Betty's Neck, Lakeville
October 27, Sampson Memorial Forest, Kingston

For more information about the programs, contact John Galluzzo at 781-837-9400. Preregistration is required.

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