PACTV Newsletter Volume VII| September 19, 2018
Please Join Us!

Lazy summer days are now a memory, and like you, we're ramping up our schedules. We have two exciting events that we hope you will attend - see below for details!
PACTV Member Cookout
Come celebrate community and kick off fall at our
PACTV Member Cookout !
Thursday, September 27, 2018 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Enjoy great food, company, and musical entertainment here at #4 Collins Ave in the lot on the side of our building. Meet fellow producers and volunteers, and be an ambassador for PACTV by bringing a friend or two.
Stop inside Studio A , where we can record your thoughts on Free Speech or read the First Amendment , for promos we are preparing for Free Speech Week in October. Let your voice be heard!

For those of you currently producing shows, Studio B will be open for you to record a short promo about your production. Click Here to Schedule Your Promo
If it rains, we'll all head inside - We hope to see you there!
Open Mic Poetry and Story Slam
Open Mic For Free Speech Week

Stories and poetry connect us- come to PACTV for our first Open Mic and Story Slam on Friday October 26th to enjoy performances by professional New England Storytellers and local poets.

Do you have an original poem or short story? Book your slot and share your talent! Click Here to Book Your Slot!

The Open Mic will be recorded and aired on our channel and shared on our YouTube Channel, PACTV Video Share - come to perform, or just to enjoy the show! Click Here to RSVP
Tech Tips

Filmmakers- Watch this Tech Tips video for five ideas of things to shoot in slow motion!
Our Community on PACTV
Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning
PCN attended a special meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel, prompted by Entergy's plan to sell the Pilgrim Nuclear Power station to Holtec International for decommissioning - Watch to learn more
Manage Your Child's Stress and Anxiety
Life can be stressful for all of us - including our children. Licensed Mental Health Counselor Leslie Cutler appeared on PCN to talk about five ways we can help our children to be less anxious and more relaxed

Afternoon Tea at the Library
As a fun way to wrap the Plymouth Public Library's Summer Reading Program, Lovers of history, tea, and the novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society came together brought together lovers of history, tea, and literature for afternoon tea.
Kingston Waterfront Festival

Scattered rain and overcast skies didn't stop local residents from coming out to the 3rd Annual Kingston Waterfront Festival at Grays Beach.
True Repertory Moves to the Beal House

 PCN has reported from True Repertory rehearsals at Pembroke's Community Center in the past - they've now moved to the Beal House in Kingston, and we stopped by to see how things are going in their new home
Plymouth Harborwalk Apartments Groundbreaking Ceremony
Cordage Commerce Center will soon be known as Plymouth Station, and a new residential apartment complex named Harborwalk. Located on the old Walmart site, it will soon be home to about 1000 residents.
PCN was there for the groundbreaking ceremony to learn more
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."
- Albert Camus

Government Shows
State Matters
How do local communities grow and thrive? Jay Ash, Mass. Secretary of Housing and Economic Development appeared on Episode 31 for a discussion

Breaking the Cycle
In families affected by addiction, grandparents can find themselves raising their grandchildren. Vicky Ruvido, Senior Southeast Regional Manager of Learn to Cope sat down to talk about how her organization supports these families
Happening at Your Library
Duxbury Free Library
Digital Device Drop-In
Wednesday, September 26th
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Bring your device and your questions to the Reference Desk any Wednesday a.m. 10:30-11:30
Or call 781-934-27121 X.5623 to make an appointment
Pembroke Public Library
Free Concert by Hungrytown
Wednesday, September 26th
6:30 p.m.
This Vermont Folk Duo has received extensive airplay and appeared on several television shows!

Kingston Public Library
Fall Author Talk - Paul Tremblay
The Cabin at the End of the World
Thursday, September 20th
7:00 p.m.
Call 781-585-0517 to Register

Plymouth Public Library
Paperbacks from Hell Live!
Thursday, October 4th
7:00-8:00 pm
No Registration Required, Fehlow Room

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