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Underhill and beyond

October 2016 



Celebrating Community Media on October 20th

Free speech, community storytelling, civic participation and education all have a home on MMCTV, its 24 Vermont sister stations and access centers in the US. 

Celebrate Community Media Day with us on Thursday, October 20th . 
MMCTV will hold an open house 9am-6pm, with a special reception (4-6pm) for artist Mary Hill, whose art will adorn our walls a bit longer. Stop by to tour the studio, see the art and put your name in a raffle for some beautiful Mary Hill cards.


The next MMCTV Board Meeting will be held on October 18th at 6.15pm at MMCTV.
Join Ron, Ted, Tim, Peter & our staff to catch up on exciting station news as we prepare for our 20th anniversary in 2017.  

 Hits of the Month

The tour of Bob Smith's amazing Jericho garden was the most-viewed MMCTV video on our Vimeo site this month (109 plays). It is part of the Two Towns Garden Tour series; stay tuned as we are putting the final touches on a video of Sandy Fary's garden as well as one with Elizabeth Bernstein's botanical Shakespeare talk during this year's Country Garden Tour.

The second most popular online video was our neighbor Arabesque Dance's Mother Goose Remixed. The bronze viewing medal went to the Richmond Selectboard meeting of September 19th.

You can view MMCTV productions online at



 Traveling to Havana

While our not-so-secret dream is to follow Toni Basanta to Havana to film a special Cuban Bridge there, Toni will be heading to Cuba as a part of a Canadian music/film project in a few days, with his video camera.  He promised to share this footage with you soon on his long-running program.

Most recently, Toni hosted a live Cuban Bridge with student musician Neil Hutcheon. There is another Cuban Bridge episode in the editing room, celebrating Cuban record label Colibri.



Waterbury's Green & Gold

It was great to see Bryce Douglass in the director's seat as he presented his documentary Green & Gold, about the making of Sarah-Lee Terrat's large-scale mural at the Waterbury State Complex.

Bryce presented the film at the Richmond Free Library on September 22nd to a Richmond and Waterbury audience. Sarah-Lee was on hand to discuss the creation of her art - and to share some of her initial sketches of the historically-layered mural.



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