SOUTH THOMASTON — Mike Dumont, a long time South Thomaston resident and owner of the former Keag River Gallery, will present a program at the October 10 meeting of the Wessaweskeag Historical Society.
Dumont will present a program that opens up the world of cell phone photography for everyone – every day. He will talk about the “Do’s and Don’ts” of the cell phone camera and will show how to get the best results.
Dumont has been fascinated with photography his entire life. He has attended numerous professional training programs at both the New England Institute of Professional Photography and at Maine Media. Mike continues to actively shoot images and enjoys teaching the art of photography.
A potluck supper will begin at 6 p.m., with the program to follow at 7 p.m. in the Society’s meeting room just behind the South Thomaston Library at the corner of Rt. 73 and Dublin Road.
The public is invited to attend both the program and the potluck supper.
A 5:30 p.m. business meeting will precede the supper.
The Wessaweskeag Historical Society was founded three decades ago and is a nonprofit, charitable organization anchored in South Thomaston. It maintains an archives and museum contiguous to the town’s public library, hosts monthly potluck suppers and heritage programming available to the public.
The Society also hosts the annual Heritage Day, sponsors local historic preservation and cooperates with kindred community organizations. Higher education for local youth is supported through the Society’s scholarship program.