Jun 20, 2011
Here's a bit of the back story as well as the supplies list and convenient drop-off locations . . . . The Project Backpack 2011 initiative is designed to support and assist income-eligible families in the districts to acquire the necessary and grade-appropriate school supplies children need on the first day of school and academic year. The goal of the program is to provide 455 back packs for elementary students and 360 for middle and high school students.
Jun 14, 2011
An exciting workshop for those interested in producing large format fine art prints, portfolio editions and exhibition prints. Those individuals with intermediate experience in Photoshop will benefit most. Together with the instructor, you are guided through the intricacies of a fine art print workflow using your images. This workshop is designed to simplify the technical jargon of inkjet printing: ìPrint Settings,î ìColor-Management,î ìGamut,î ìSoft-Proofingî.
Jun 13, 2011
"In 1979 a group of students interested in aquaculture, art, and growing their own food constructed a greenhouse attached to one of the mods (apartments) in Enfield House. Being a very humid environment, the wood eventually rotted and the greenhouse was replaced in 1992, again by students. This greenhouse was far more permenant, as it was made out of glass and aluminium. It had goshen stone raised beds, a waterfall, koi tank, and hydroponic basil. In 2008 the greenhouse had to be taken down for structural reasons as part of the renovation of Enfield House.
Jun 8, 2011
The following article, reported for the Valley Advocate, Thursday June 2nd 2011, by Chris Rohmann. Stay Tuned - Amherst Media will be bringing you the footage from "Dancing in My Cockroach Killers." StageStruck: Looking at Mortality - Magdalena Gomez wants to leave a legacy of lives touched. This is a big year for playwright/poet/teacher/activist Magdalena Gomez, who has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors in the past few months.
Jun 6, 2011
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Jun 1, 2011
Dear Community Member,May 31, 2011 Have you heard? Amherst Media is hosting a Cash Raffle (with outstanding odds)! Your participation in our cash Raffle (a $10 donation) affords you incredible odds at winning real money while simultaneously supporting & sustaining community media. With a maximum of 1,000 tickets to be sold, the cash prizes are: First Prize $2,000, Second Prize $1,000, Third Prize $500. Winners will be announced at the Town of Amherst July 4th Celebration. Winners do not need to be present to win.
May 26, 2011
Your generous donation of $10 affords you incredible odds at winning real money! First Prize $2,000 Second Prize $1,000 Third Prize $500 *Maximum of 1000 tickets to be sold* Winner(s) announced at the Town of Amherst July 4th Celebration. Winner(s) need not be present to claim prize(s). Contact your friendly community media staff today and pick up your ticket, helping to support the ongoing programming and opportunities available through Amherst Media.
May 16, 2011
Direct from the reviews: *Great picture quality *Easy to use *Zoom range/performance *Great sound *Comfortable to operate Stay tuned. Amherst Media will soon be listing our calendar of workshops so that you can become trained & certified to operate one of beauties. Reminder: Please take a few moments to complete our online survey. Enter to win a FREE 32-inch flat screen television. It's simple at www.amherstmedia.org/survey