Local photographer Zachery Holme will guide you in working with your camera in a hands-on workshop on Outdoor Digital Photography Tips . This series is open to all experience levels.:
Sept. 11 - 6:30 p.m. - Introduction session *Please bring your own digital camera
Sept. 14 - 9 a.m. - Hands on workshop, Seekonk Meadows
Sept. 18 - 6:30 p.m. - Followup/review session
Class size is limited; registration is required with a SAILS library card. Sponsored by the Friends of the Seekonk Library.The Seekonk High football team defeated Case, 44-14, Friday night. Case jumped out to an 8-0 lead as Nick DeNardo returned an interception 44-yards. Felipe Pires found Josh McCabe open for a two-point conversion. The rest of the scoring belonged to the Warriors as quarterback Nick Lancellotti threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers, Ben Sawyer, 58-yards, Andrew Rhilinger, 60, and Nick Jordan, 54. Mike Luit ran for two touchdowns, 64 and 1-yards. Abraham Masse had 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and also rushed for a two-point conversation. Sawyer kicked two extra-points, while Jesse Archambault caught a two-point conversion pass from Brendan Smith. Case's Phoenix Bole added a 5-yard touchdown for the only scoring of the fourth quarter. Seekonk will be at Greater New Bedford, Friday at 7 p.m., while Case will be at Old Rochester Saturday at 1 p.m.
The Seekonk Planning Board will be meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the selectmen's meeting room.
The Swansea Public Library will be welcoming actor Richard Clark who will perform his one man show, Great Scot! It’s Andrew Carnegie Wednesday, Sept. 11. Clark is an actor with more than 30 years of experience in New England regional theater, New York Theater and television. He is a graduate of Clark University and studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Art, The Actor’s Connection, and the Actor’s Loft in New York City. His Keeping History Alive series brings historical figures such as Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie, Clarence Darrow, John Barrymore, Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare back to life. His shows are based on biographies, autobiographies personal letters, books and the works of various playwrights. For more information, contact the library at 508-674-9609 or go to www.swansealibrary.org