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Updates, Monday June 1st, 2020

I love June, it’s such a great month!

Happy June!

Rabbit, Rabbit!

Ok, here are the weekly food updates;

The Foodbank Mobile Pantry will be at.the American Legion parking lot in North Adams on Friday, June 5th, from 10:00 to 11:00 AM. The Legion is down the street from the Holiday Inn on American Legion Drive. Or, if you prefer, just down the street from the Fire Department, opposite side of the street. They’re a program of the FoodBank of Western Mass.

Williamstown Farmers Market – Essentials!, the virtual market is accepting orders at www.WFMEssentials.org  weekly on Monday and until 7PM on Wednesday . Pick up is from 11am until 1pm  on Saturday. Orders are pre-bagged, pre-sorted, find them in the parking lot behind the Williamstown Elementary School, in front of the Youth Center entry. Very user friendly.  Drawback? There’s no shopping or purchasing on site – yet. The market is pre-order and pickup only. They’re also able to provide home delivery within a 7-mile radius of market orders to those unable to access the pickup location on Saturday, but please, don’t use the delivery option unless you are unable to get to the market! I have been ordering weekly. They have plants too, I have several sets of zucchini, tomatoes and  peppers I purchased from them and have now planted. 

Berkshire Grown  has a link to connect with  all sorts of different farms and food sources, including some people whom you’ll remember from the holiday markets. Check it out! Here’s that link: https://berkshiregrown.org/shop-local-now/

 The North Adams Farmers market is open, here’s the link  with order information:-www.Facebook.com/NorthAdamsFarmersMarket/ 

The Salvation Army Food Pantry on  River Street in North Adams is in operation Tuesday-12:00-3:00. Please use the front door

The Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry is still in their temporary location in the Parish Center on Holden Street  (it’s across from the Big Y) Wednesday, 10:00-2:00 and 3:30-5:30. Plenty of parking. They are also looking for volunteers to help out and you can reach them at:

northernberkshireinterfaith@gmail.com or through their website; www.friendshipfoodpantry.org if you’re interested in helping

The Community Bible Church Food Pantry, 160 Bridges Road, Williamstown, has food and are happy to share. Call Phyllis Babcock (413) 663-6094 and she will meet you at church at your convenience.

The Williamstown Food Pantry at St Patrick/St Raphael Church, 9:00-12:00 Wednesday. Southworth St. Use Mission Park Drive to circle around  the church, stay in your car, someone will help. Walkers to the front of the line, they’ll try to help you first. Note the change in time to an earlier opening.

Starting today,  Monday, June 1, 2020, Berkshire Food Project will be moving the meal distribution inside and out from under that tent….The meals are still take-out only Participants should enter through the breezeway and then will exit  from the dining room out to Summer Street. Participants must wear a mask to participate and this includes while waiting in line. Oh, that line? Please practice Social Distancing while waiting. BFP will provide a mask if you don’t have one. The number of folks allowed in the building at the same time are limited for safety purposes, they’ll keep track at the door. We’re used to this now, right? BFP staff will open the doors for you, you’ll only be touching your food. No surfaces to worry about. There are also no restroom facilities available for use either. Sorry about that.

The Grab and Go service courtesy of our Regional School District is back on their M-W-F schedule. Last week it was different because of the holiday last Monday. Memorial day. In May. Seems like a long time ago now, doesn’t it?

Brian O’Grady

Update, Friday May 29th, 2020

Friday May 29th. Where did the month go?

I have noticed a very significant uptick in the number of spam emails from people pretending to be lawyers, relatives, government ministers from third world countries and elsewhere telling me that I have been left millions of dollars and they “need” to get it to me somehow. Seems as though all I have to do is give them my bank account numbers so they can transfer the funds to me and I live the life of…a billionaire maybe? It’s all really old school stuff, trickery from 10 years ago from a collection of idiots attempting to sucker me into playing along. Right. But-if they can reach me with my super firewall,  scam alert and security program, they can reach other folks too. They’re out there! If it’s too good to be true, it likely is. Don’t fall for it, toss those free money emails in the trash and delete. They’re thinking that we’re running scared because of the pandemic. 

The Williamstown Historical Museum is now in week 5 of their spring scavenger hunt. It might be a little bit harder for you to find than the prior sites were. This one is located at the site of the Town’s First Meeting House.Back in the day, as they say, a town couldn’t incorporate as a town until there was a meetinghouse and a “settled pastor” so this is a pretty important site in Williamstown. You can read all about it at www.williamstownhistoricalmuseum.org 

After you’ve read it, go see the site for yourselves. Take a walk!

Just because we have this COVID pandemic  going on out there doesn’t mean that we can’t celebrate the 4th of July. Of course, it’s not going to be the same this year, I don’t get to pull the Community Chest in the parade and my Granddaughter, who  is now old enough to enjoy the parade as a participant will have to wait to march. Anyway, Sue at the Chamber of Commerce has designed a very brief survey asking Townies how we’d like to celebrate in a public but separate  way.  Check it out  and make yourself heard!  You can find the link here;

Williamstown Chamber Fourth of July survey Google Form Survey 

For our friends who have been participants in the AARP Tax Aide program, I have some news. AARP Regional Director John Woods made a guest appearance in my weekly informational call with MCOA, he told us to assure everyone that if your a filer who owes nothing in taxes, you need not worry about the July date for filing. He doesn’t think that the IRS will really worry about you  and there will be no penalties.. Those of you who are in a different position will be prioritized when they’re back on line. This will likely be sooner rather than later, they have discussed this on the national AARP level and for them, Massachusetts is one state which looks like it will be OK to reopen. People who had appointments and were cancelled when the pandemic hit, we have your number, we’ll let you know when we hear anything. 

The annual Hoosac Harvest seedling swap will be held from 10:00 to 1:00 this Saturday, May 30, 2020, that’s tomorrow folks, in the main parking lot at Mass MoCA, you can’t miss them.You’re asked to wear a mask or face covering and practice social distancing.  You can bring some of your own seedlings to swap, or come without and choose some to bring home for your own garden space. All of the seedlings you’ll find at the event  are free and you don’t need to bring anything to swap.

For those of you who are familiar with the event you’ll remember that it’s a good idea to bring your own tray to collect your new seedlings for transporting home. They will have a few small pots available for use if needed. They’ll also have disposable single use gloves available for those who are interested. Donations to Hoosac Harvest are encouraged.

Community Legal Aid is a Pittsfield based organization  a free civil legal aid provider, one of whose specialties is to help families and individuals trying to access public benefits including unemployment assist.They have initiated a new Unemployment Project to help people apply for benefits. They’re able to assist folks with language barriers and those who have technology issues… They can also step in and help if you’re having problems getting an unemployment claim approved.  Call 855-CLA-LEGAL or https://communitylegal.org/get-help/ for information or assistance.

Good weekend all!

Brian O’Grady

Update, Monday May 25th, 2020

Doesn’t seem the same without the parade does it?

This year, in addition to our veterans,  we’ll also remember those who were lost to the pandemic which has wreaked human and economic hardship on us all. While the County as a whole has been relatively spared the ravaged of COVID-19, we in Williamstown have lost friends who resided at Williamstown Commons and perhaps elsewhere in the surrounding communities. I knew some of the lost and I will think of them today.

Here’s the food news of the week;

Williamstown Farmers Market – Essentials!, the virtual market is accepting orders at www.WFMEssentials.org  weekly beginning  on Monday and  until 7PM on Wednesday . Pick up is from 11am until 1pm  on Saturday. Orders are pre-bagged, pre-sorted, find them in the parking lot behind the Williamstown Elementary School, you can’t miss them. No shopping or purchasing on site – yet. The market is pre-order and pickup only. They’re also able to provide home delivery within a 7-mile radius of market orders to those unable to access the pickup location on Saturday, but please, don’t use the delivery option unless you are unable to get to the market!

Berkshire Grown  has a link to connect with  all sorts of different farms and food sources, including some people whom you’ll remember from the holiday markets. Check it out! Here’s that link: https://berkshiregrown.org/shop-local-now/

 The North Adams Farmers market is open, here’s the link  with order information:-www.Facebook.com/NorthAdamsFarmersMarket/ 

The Salvation Army Food Pantry on  River Street in North Adams is in operation Tuesday-12:00-3:00. Please use the front door

The Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry in their temporary location in the Parish Center on Holden Street  (it’s across from the Big Y) Wednesday, 10:00-2:00 and 3:30-5:30. They are also looking for volunteers to help out and you can reach them at:

northernberkshireinterfaith@gmail.com or through their website; www.friendshipfoodpantry.org if you’re interested in helping

The Community Bible Church Food Pantry, 160 Bridges Road, Williamstown, has food and are happy to share. Call Phyllis Babcock (413) 663-6094 and she will meet you at church at your convenience.

The Williamstown Food Pantry at St Patrick/St Raphael Church, 9:00-12:00 Wednesday. Southworth St. Use Mission Park Drive to circle around  the church, stay in your car, someone will help. Walkers to the front of the line, they’ll try to help you first. Note the change in time to an earlier opening.

Berkshire Food Project: 11:30-1:00, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Grab and Go only meals available, there will be two meals prepared on Monday and Wednesday to have one for Tuesday and Thursday as well. Please don’t enter the building! The meals will be available under the tent at the Kitchen entrance on Summer Street.

Now, from the Department of Advanced Planning…there’s a community paper shredding event sponsored by the Northern Berkshire Solid Waste Management District slated for Saturday, June 13, 2020 at the Lanesborough Town Hall, 83 North Main Street, Lanesborough. It’s open to residents of all NBSWMD residents at no cost…in other words, FREE, so bring your collected secret stuff-tax returns, bills, assorted paperwork, etc and get them shredded on site. Oh-the shredding will be done by PROSHRED Security mobile shredding trucks. You can contact Linda Cernik at 413.743.5479 for details.  Hey, it’s a good way to combat identity theft and eliminate collected paper you don’t want to just recycle…

Enjoy the day!

Brian O’Grady

Update, Friday May 22, 2020

Here’s some news from the Registry of Motor Vehicles. Some of this reflects news already reported in an earlier update but some of this is new. A reminder refresher, as it were.

Drivers licenses, ID cards  and CDL expiring in June are extended to October, July expirations extended until November and August expirations have been extended until December. They don’t have to be renewed at this time.Additionally, learners permits that were to have expired in between March 1st and August 31st have been extended until December and don’t need to be renewed at this time.

All motor vehicle stickers which have or will be expiring in March thru may have also been extended until July 31st. They’re saying, at this moment at least, that  there won’t be further extensions for inspections as garages performing this function are open now and able to inspect your car. (Burnt again! Mine is due in August…)

AND…passenger plate registrations that have expired  in March or April, and will expire in  May  have been extended until July 31, 2020. The RMV has also applied a 30-day extension to registrations that expire in June, which will now expire on July 31, 2020. You can continue to renew registrations, etc,  online at Mass.Gov/RMV during this time

In response to questions regarding testing and who covers this, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CMS,  is indicating that Medicare covers COVID-19 tests with NO out-of-pocket costs. Additionally, If an older adult receives Medicare home health services (are you involved with a homecare agency like the VNA?) a home health nurse can collect a sample during a visit. Nurses working for rural health clinics and federally qualified health clinics also can collect samples in beneficiaries’ homes under certain conditions. CMS also suggests “parking lot” sites. Also known locally as “drive thru testing”.CMS website is; www.medicare.gov, the phone number is; 800.633.4227

The Williamstown Historical Museum is entering week 4 of their historical marker scavenger hunt, this week’s site marker is easy to find.  West College was the original building housing the Free School donated to the town in Ephraim Williams’ will, which became Williams College in 1793. If you have any notions about what an original 18th century college building would look like, this is surely it, it smacks of “old school” for sure.. If you don’t know which building West College is, you can read all about it at www.williamstownhistoricalmuseum.org 

Finally, another bit of good news, Lickety Split on the end of Spring Street has re-opened. It’s nice out. Time for ice cream?

Have a great weekend! And Happy Memorial Day. Get your grills out!

Brian O’Grady

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) has implemented further extensions to the renewal timelines for expiring motor vehicle inspection stickers, passenger plate registrations, professional credentials, and driver’s licenses and learner’s permits, including Commercial Driver’s Licenses and Commercial Permits (CDLs / CLPs).

While the RMV previously announced extensions for most credentials, passenger plate registrations, and inspection stickers expired or expiring in March, April, and May, an additional extension has been applied to those credentials, and an extension has been added to some credentials expiring in June, July, and August.

https://www.mass.gov/info-details/rmv-covid-19-information

Update Thursday May 21, 2020

Our friends at Elder Services have received reports from other areas of the state reporting  that there are individuals posing as SHINE Counselors attempting to  solicit banking information under the guise of helping people get their stimulus checks.

Shauna Post, Elder Services SHINE leader tells us that SHINE Counselors don’t  have anything to do with stimulus checks. She says that SHINE Counselors will never contact anyone without having been contacted first by you, or someone working with you whom you know. 

 NOTE; all SHINE counselors are working remotely, so private numbers could appear on your phone. If you’re expecting to hear from a counselor, answer it. You can always hang up 

SHINE folks won’t ask for your financial information unless they’re working with you applying for MassHealth or Prescription Advantage..

If you’re working with a SHINE Counselor, they’ll  need some  private information from you such as Social security numbers, Medicare numbers, health information, and income/asset questions while working with you. If you didn’t have a relationship with a SHINE Counselor, or didn’t expect to hear from one, call Elder Services to verify anything if in doubt, and,  BEFORE  you give out information. Remember, they’re out there…

Just a reminder that the Bloodmobile will be at the Williamstown First Congregational Church, 906 Main Street,  on Tuesday  May 26 from 9am to 2:30pm. There is a high need for blood donations at this particular time, help out and donate if you can.

Now here’s a bit of interesting, and hopeful news. Berkshire Health Systems is reducing the hours for its COVID-19 Nurse Triage Line and will now be available from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM daily. The line was averaging over 300 calls daily a couple months ago and now they’re reporting getting an average of 100 calls daily now. 

The Triage Line  was originally created as a way for everyone to have access to nurses who would be able to answer questions or address concerns regarding COVID-19. The line is still there for you if needed, the number is 855.262.5465, just the hours have been reduced. 

The Brown Bag food delivery from the FoodBank of Western Mass for Williamstown occurs tomorrow afternoon. Participants have been contacted, this is just a reminder to watch for us. We’ll be delivering to you. People interested in participating should contact us here at the Harper Center at 413.458.8250 and we’ll get you an application.

Talk Later

Brian O’Grady

Update, Wednesday May 20th, 2020

Yeah, yeah, I hear you. People are calling  every day.   The Governor has posted a plan for reopening during the new abnormal and people have asked me about resuming activities. Yes, we’re working on it.  The lights will come back on eventually, in smaller numbers, with masks and social distancing in baby steps. What I can tell you, and what you already know, is that big crowds are not likely in the near run, participant numbers will be restricted, some communal activities are not likely to come back for a while. Just because we haven’t had a serious problem here in Williamstown doesn’t mean that there isn’t a menace lurking just beyond our line of vision. We’re not inviting it in.

 Currently  it looks like  when some programs resume, sections of the building specifically the back area where Marion and Jackie have space and the kitchen  will be closed to all but staff. You’ll be looking at everyone entering through one entry and exiting out the other into the parking lot. Internal traffic control as it were.The restrooms will be open and the main hall will be utilized for…whatever. There is room there for social spacing. There is likely to be some form of screening at the door and mask inspection…actually to make sure that you’ve joined the bandit parade. Etcetera. We’re waiting  for the official government green light to hurry up and go slow. I don’t have a firm date for you. We are not in phase one for this piece.  Sorry about that.

People have asked about the new community rental assistance program  process.There is no application specifically for that fund. Interested? Go to the Berkshire Housing website  and  fill out a general intake form. They will then screen you for eligibility for that fund.  Here is the link to that form:

http://www.berkshirehousing.com/HCECOnlineAppsforGrants.htm

 Jane Pixley is the person who is fronting this particular program for them. Here’s her contact information;  jpixley@berkshirehousing.com

The other day I tossed in a few words about wearing masks correctly and, of course, two minutes after I had posted it, this bit appeared. Oh well. Check it out…

https://www.mass.gov/news/wear-a-mask-in-public

Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Massachusetts are annual presenters at Harper  bringing lots of information regarding Medicare, Medex and other supplemental insurance options and programs. Not this year. That doesn’t mean that the same great information they bring to us live isn’t out there. They have compiled some of their information in electronic format with some of the latest information and here’s the link; https://medicare.bluecrossma.com/learn-more/attend-seminar

Grill yourself a burger, hit the link and pretend that you’re here…

Speaking of resources and resource enhancement, the Alzheimer’s Association has implemented  new COVID-19 resources  for caregivers helping people living with dementia. It’s a central clearinghouse for Covid related programs and resources offered through the Association in New England. They have virtual programming, social engagement opportunities, public policy information and more. You can find them at this site; www.ALZHereForYou.org  or you can contact them at this number;800.272.3900 all day, every day.

Finally for today, for those  who are participating in the Grab and Go  sponsored through our Regional School District, know that next week, instead of Grab and Go meals on M-W and F, they’ll be providing 2 meals on Tuesday and Thursday each day  instead. Monday is a holiday, adjustments were needed.

Brian O’Grady

Update, Monday May 18th, 2020

Just a reminder that you’re required to be wearing a mask when you go out in public if you cannot social distance. I went to get groceries on Saturday and to Walmart on Sunday and everybody was wearing them! Message has been received!

But…I did see  several people driving with cell phones glued to their ear this weekend. Let’s just say that they were not a part of the younger generation. That has been officially verboten since February 23rd.

Here’s some food news for this week:

Williamstown Farmers Market – Essentials! , the virtual market is accepting orders at www.WFMEssentials.org  Mondays until 7PM on Wednesday May. Pick up is from 11am until 1pm  Saturday. Orders are pre-bagged, pre-sorted and they had set up in the parking lot behind the Williamstown Elementary School, just  in front of the entrance to the Youth Center. No shopping or purchasing on site yet. The market is pre-order and pickup only. I picked up some bread and starter planters, no problem at all.

Berkshire Grown also has a link to connect with  all sorts of different farms and food sources, including some people whom you’ll remember from the holiday markets. Check it out! Here’s that link: https://berkshiregrown.org/shop-local-now/

 The North Adams Farmers market is also open, here’s the address with order information:-www.Facebook.com/NorthAdamsFarmersMarket/ 

Salvation Army Food Pantry, River Street in North Adams -Tuesday-12:00-3:00-Please use the front door

The Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry at the temporary location in the Parish Center on Holden Street,(it’s across from the Big Y) Wednesday, 10:00-2:00 and 3:30-5:30. They are also looking for volunteers to help out-you can reach them at:

northernberkshireinterfaith@gmail.com or through their website www.friendshipfoodpantry.org if you’re interested in helping

The Community Bible Church Food Pantry, 160 Bridges Road, Williamstown, has food and are happy to share. Call Phyllis Babcock (413) 663-6094 and she will meet you at church at your convenience.

The Williamstown Food Pantry at St Patrick/St Raphael Church, 9:00-12:00 Wednesday. Southworth St. Use Mission Park Drive to circle around  the church, stay in your car, someone will help. Walkers to the front of the line, they’ll try to help you first. Note the change in time to an earlier opening.

Berkshire Food Project: 11:30-1:00, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Grab and Go only meals available, there will be two meals prepared on Monday and Wednesday to have one for Tuesday and Thursday as well. Please don’t enter the building! The meals will be available under the tent at the Kitchen entrance on Summer Street.

The monthly Brown Bag delivery is happening this week, Friday,  May 22nd in the afternoon. We’ll be delivering to you so watch for us!

I guess it’s safe to say that we’ll be masked in public for a while going forward as part of the new abnormality. As I noted earlier, everyone I saw at local stores over the weekend was suitably masked in public as now absolutely REQUIRED by order of the Governor. I’m also aware of increased activity outside and I’m seeing more folks out there who haven’t been out in awhile. They’ll need to mask up! Here are just a couple reminders regarding the proper way to wear a mask-I have heard, though not seen, that there are all sorts of variants on wearing a face covering, some of which might not be helpful. I hear that there are people wearing them pulled down below their noses…Anyway, here’s a primer just as a reminder. 

When you wear a cloth mask, it should:

Fit snugly but comfortably against your  face, covering your nose and mouth. The idea is to protect each other from each other…(this is an acceptable redundancy he says)

Be secured with ties or ear loops

Include multiple layers of fabric,

Allow for breathing without restriction, and

Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape.

We have more of these coming. I hope that everyone has a “renewable” face cover for use. Seems as though everyone has the blue surgical models. They’re great, but not for multiple use. They degrade when washed. That’s not helpful either.

When putting on and taking off a mask, be careful-don’t touch the front of it, you should only handle the ties or ear straps,make sure you wash the cloth mask regularly. As a matter of fact, drop it in the laundry as soon as possible. As soon as you get it back in the house would be sufficient. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after touching the mask. And regularly otherwise.

Those blue ones? Not suitable for reuse…

You knew all this right?

Finally for today, if you haven’t completed your census form yet, we’re 48 days post census day, here’s the link https://go.usa.gov/xdKk2. No worries, it’s secure!

Later!

Brian O’Grady

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Update, Friday May 15th, 2020

By now we’ve heard all about the contact tracing  phone calls anyone who comes in contact with Covid-19 one way or another should receive.Contact tracing has proven to be a major tool in stopping the spread of the disease. Countries who have been successful have been actively tracing for a while. Glad we got into the game.Of course, we live in Massachusetts, a state that “gets it”

Here’s an information blurb on the subject from Massachusetts Elder Affairs: mass.gov/matracingteam

Currently there are 1600 contact tracers in the state of Massachusetts.  Phone calls from tracers will use two area codes; 833 or 857.  Caller ID will display “MA Covid Team”.  No other area code or caller ID would be valid or used by the contact tracing team. You know what this means? If it doesn’t have the correct area code and message, it’s not real. There are scammers out there, I told you about one last week. If they call you, see where the call came from and do answer.

Everyone knows that Covid-19 has a seriously negative effect on lungs and breathing. I saw a documentary where they were showing a cat scan of someone’s infected lungs and it looked like glass particles inside. A nurse my daughter knows sent us a voice message talking about solid masses of mucus which obstruct airways in victims.People who smoke and who are unfortunate enough to pick up a COVID-19 infection are at a much higher risk for developing severe symptoms. So, smokers, now might be a good time to think about quitting right?  Mass General Hospital has been doing a lot of work on Coronavirus and as you may have noticed, is a regular commentator on the subject. Their website,  Massachusetts General Hospital has quit smoking resources worth looking at any time, but especially now might be a really good time to drop smoking as potentially more dangerous than you thought…. People who have respiratory issues, COPD, Emphysema, lung cancer are especially at risk. We all know what the main cause of these things is don’t we?

The  Smokers Quitline at 1-800-QUIT-NOW is a great resource for folks interested in quitting smoking.. As with many helping entities, the Quitline is still open and ready to help out. It’s free. They’re able to provide free nicotine patches, gum, other quit smoking help including therapy. I think you might need authorization from your Doctor for the patches, but, I’ll bet you that your doctor will be happy to comply! Here’s the website; KeepTryingMA.org.

As you probably already know, we’ve postponed the Footcare Clinic for May and we have two dates tentatively scheduled for June. Who knew? I’m sorry if you have been pushed back, we can’t help it. Call here, 413.458.8250 for information about the future days.

Berkshire Community Action Fuel Assistance can assist with home heating bills and are still taking applications for Fuel Assistance through May 29th, a deadline extension.

 If you qualify for fuel assistance, your electric bill will be reduced by 27-36% for the whole year moving forward as well. They have also extended the terms on their emergency loans . You can borrow up to $500 and repayments are extended for one year with no payments required for the first 6 months of the loan. Might be worth looking into or sharing with someone who needs this information-but time is of the essence here.

They are also processing tax returns remotely.

The contact number for the North Adams office is; 413.663.3014

And here’s a new exercise video from Jane incorporating more of her balance materials.:https://vimeo.com/418210239

Finally, Images on line featuring three movies of interest tomorrow.. “RBG ”, “And Then We Danced” and “Fourteen” are the titles All you Yogis might find RBG of interest, you all planked here in honor of her birthday. I have a picture of the occasion in my office…

Anyway, www.imagescinema.org is the site to watch and for information on how to get the films to you.

Have a great weekend everybody!

Brian O’Grady