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Lake Champlain Access Television, a not-for-profit public, educational and governmental access television facility, is committed to serving the needs of our member communities by providing a free forum for the expression and exchange of ideas and information, a link to local government and schools, and a resource for education and training.  LCATV is viewable on Comcast Cable Channels 15, 16 and 17 in Colchester, Milton, Georgia, Fairfax, Westford, South Hero, Grand Isle and North Hero, Vermont.

UPCOMING BOARD MEETINGS  LCATV's Board of Directors will meet in October. More information including an agenda will be is available here soon.

CALL FOR BOARD MEMBERS LCATV is currently seeking volunteer Board of Directors members to represent all of its member communities. Duties include attending monthly meetings and advising staff on matters of policy, budget and outreach.  Contact Executive Director Kevin Christopher at 862-5724 or info@lcatv.org for more information.

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Backstage and Onstage

The Gallery at LCATV presents 2 collections of photographs by Vermont artists. Backstage at the Rainbow Cattle Co.: The Drag Queens of Dummerston, VT is an exhibition of photographs by Evie Lovett and audio interviews by Evie Lovett and Greg Sharrow of the Vermont Folklife Center. Onstage: new work by Island Arts artist Paula Bradley is a collection of photographs focusing on the facial and body movements of musicians, actors and dancers. The photos feature performers from various venues in Vermont, with a concentration on Islands Arts' summer concert series. The exhibitions run August 29 through October 25 with a show reception on September 19. www.islandarts.org

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