What we're about

The Fall River Camera Club was founded in 1956 and is one of the oldest camera clubs in Massachusetts.
Serving all levels of photographers from beginner to advanced and is dedicated to providing our members with opportunities to share their experience and improve their skills.
Location: Currently meeting on ZOOM. (Physical location suspended at this time) 
Dates/Time: September through May, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please visit the Message Board for information about the club, dues, membership, etc.
Link:
https://www.meetup.com/Fall-River-Camera-Club/messages/boards/forum/32831647

OTHER STUFF
Banner photo NECCC Image of Year 2019-2020 by Lorraine Anderson

Past Banner Photos
FRCC Best in Show 2020-2021 by Cal Ellinwood
FRCC Best in Show 2019-2020 by Rita Spier

Upcoming events (2)

Bi-Weekly Photo Theme

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For the summer months let's try this. A bi-weekly photo theme.
If the participation is minimal, the bi-weekly photo theme will be discontinued.
For those distant MeetUp members here's a chance to display some of your photos.

Officially, it will begin every Friday for two weeks and then another theme will take its place.
For the first bi-weekly event - it's early and longer dates! ;)

It is much like the multi-screen but no set dates. Use any photo taken by you. More than one photo is fine. Photo size are competition size.

Official Start: May 20th to Jun 2nd.
The bi-weekly theme will be "PATHWAY".
Upload to the Bi-weekly theme "PATHWAY" photo gallery.
https://www.meetup.com/Fall-River-Camera-Club/photos/32401854/

Fort Phoenix Spring Encampment

Needs a location

Fairhaven Village Militia
Revolutionary War Encampment
Saturday & Sunday, May 28 and 29, 2022
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to sunset, Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Fort Phoenix, Fort Street, Fairhaven, MA
Cannon firing is Saturday evening at 7:45 p.m.
The Fairhaven Village Militia and the Wareham Minutemen and Militia Companies present a two-day historical encampment at Fort Phoenix. Talk to period costumed men and women about the fort’s history and life in the 1770s. See military drilling, flintlock musket and cannon firing demonstrations and see period activities such as tin smithing, leather working, carpentry, sewing, fire starting, and more. At sunset on Saturday, about 6:45 p.m.) the fort’s five large cannons will be fired.
Free admission. Handicap accessible.

Past events (157)

Snakes Of Massachusetts

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Photos (1,079)