Join us Saturday, September 10th at the 11/30 Visitors Center for the unveiling, special dedication and welcome to Italian family and friends of repatriated men.
FREE TO ATTEND!!
“Franklin County Visitors Bureau is pleased to host “Letterkenny World War II Italian Prisoner of War Experience,” a new exhibit in the lobby of the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center.
The exhibit showcases more than 400 photographs, excerpts of memoirs, and document facsimiles to tell the story of repatriated Italian POWs, housed and working at Letterkenny Depot during World War II.
Letterkenny Chapel is a lasting artifact of these men, who visioned and created the place of worship.
June 17th, 2021 – July 22nd, 2021 * 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
The Intro to Photography class will take place on six Thursdays and is geared toward beginners who wish to learn how to create quality photographs with a variety of settings and subjects.
Audrey Rouzer will teach camera settings and operation, exposure, composition, quality of light, file management, use of color and Lightroom and Photoshop basics.
Intro II will meet for six sessions from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the following Tuesdays: June 15 & 29, July 8 & 22 and August 5 & 19.
The Intro to Photography II curriculum includes lighting products and people, shooting for a client, business practices (contracts and model releases) and Lightroom and Photoshop demonstrations.
Both classes will be held in the Music Makers space at 46 W. Main St. in downtown Waynesboro.
The classes are open to people age 16 and older and limited to 8 participants, with pre-registration required.
The fee for each class is $100 for adults, discounted to $90 for students, seniors and military.
An additional $45 materials fee is required upfront for each class, which includes one 11×14 print and corresponding frame, plus three 5×7 prints with corresponding mats and sleeves, for an exhibit and reception displayed in Music Makers at the end of the class.
A DSLR camera (with adjustable settings) is recommended, but not required. Covid safety measures will be in place.