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High Water Mark: Stories of the ’64 Flood

When: Mon., Dec. 8, 6:30 p.m. 2014
Price: Free
Excerpts from a documentary still in production, High Water Mark: Stories of the ’64 Flood, will be shown. A production of Jete-Miro, a project of The Ink People, this documentary, when complete, runs 90 minutes and draws on more than 900 photos and slides and 58 interviews. It will be followed by the Scotia Band, Winema Winds, Scotia Saxes and other musical performers. The arrangements highlight the news and music of the flood era, as well as the holiday season.

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