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Whether it is desperation to play or a contrary commitment to “keep the music playing,” the Harold J. Crosby Community Band in Dexter, Maine made it happen during the summer and fall of 2020.

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While the Dexter-based Harold J. Crosby Community Band has enjoyed practicing and performing outdoors this summer, evenings are getting cooler, windier and darker. Not wanting it to be “the day the music died,” to borrow from Don McLean, the band has…

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This is a poem originally included with an installation. It was designed to depict a gateway made by two pieces of cholla, with candles in them, and attached to red cherry slabs with copper found on the banks of the Piscataquis River. The poem voices…

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This poem corresponds to a moment where I realized that I was sweating crimson when working and wearing a naturally dyed turmeric shirt. We were a month or so into the pandemic and the metaphors and symbols were too good not to acknowledge. It was…

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Many people look forward to attending the Piscataquis Valley Fair, held annually in August. The 133rd fair was postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These Facebook posts ask what people will miss the most this year.

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Website announcement of the postponement of the 133rd Piscataquis Valley Fair due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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As much as COVID-19 has complicated everyone’s lives, it has boosted business for certain niche industries, including local farmers markets.

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Last page of the July 2020 Thompson Free Library Newsletter. TFL staff, board member, and volunteer share how they kept sane during Maine's COVID stay at home order.

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I wrote this for the Thompson Free Library July 2020 Quarterly Newsletter that my colleague Tom Lyford and I create. TFL's phased reopening began with curbside service.

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Letter from the Redeemer Lutheran Church announcing the opportunity to worship outdoors beginning on July 26, 2020. Protocols for in-person services include social distancing, face masks, and no singing.
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