On Monday, the 18th, we won’t be at the library. We’ll be at Prince Gallitzin State Park working on night photography. Meet us at 6:30pm at the Beaver Valley Marina. Here is a link to the location on Google Maps. Right now Accuweather is calling for a mostly clear Monday evening, so grab your tripod and join us.
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Our Next Event is July 5th
Due to the July 4th holiday, we’re moving our meeting night to Tuesday, the 5th. We’ll be having a picnic and evening/night shoot at Loretta’s house in Loretto.
May 16th Photowalk
For our May 16th meeting, we won’t be at the library. We’ll be at the Arboretum in State College. There’s no official time set, but you should find some of us up there by 6 or 6:30pm.
The Arboretum is at the corner of Park Avenue and Bigler Road. The entrance to the parking lot of the gardens is on Bigler Road. Visitors arriving by automobile from distant locations should exit the I-99/Route 322/Mount Nittany Expressway at Park Avenue and proceed southwest to Bigler Road.
Sept 8th Photowalk
We won’t be meeting at the library on the 7th due to the holiday. We will have a photowalk in downtown Bedford on Tuesday, the 8th. The plan is to start at the Bedford courthouse at 5:30pm.
August 3rd Photowalk
This coming Monday, August 3rd, we’ll be having a photowalk at Canoe Creek State Park. We’re meeting at the parking lots near the beach at 6:30pm. We’ll move to the other side of the lake later if it looks like we might get a nice sunset.
Back in April, some of our members went to Cresson to photograph the old abandoned Cresson Ridge Motel.
WWII Era Photoshoot
Back in March, several of our members went to Rockhill Trolley Museum in Rockhill Furnace, PA with some members of the Furious Fourth Living History Group and the Keystone Pinups.
We’ve scheduled two trips to Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh for the near future. Eric will lead a group on the morning of Thursday, March 26th. Bob will lead a group on the morning of Saturday, April 4th. The current show at Phipps is the Spring Flower Show. This will be a great opportunity to warm up your camera after this long cold winter.