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Audubon Nature Photography Club Co-Chair John Brustrom took this photo of a local mushroom to be in keeping with the club’s Oct. 13 meeting theme, “Fungi.” Members’ work will be on display at the Kennedy Free Library for most of October.

The Audubon Nature Photography Club meets Thursday, October 13 at 6:15 p.m. at the Audubon Community Nature Center.

Visitors are welcome regardless of photographic skill level or equipment.

The October slideshow includes Fungi themes chosen by members and open topics. October submissions must be submitted by Wednesday, October 12 to be included in the slideshow.

The Kennedy Free Library has asked the Photography Club to exhibit members’ photos during the month of October. Photos are expected to reflect Audubon: birds, animals, trees, flowers, landscapes, stream/river habitats, etc.

The library, located at 649 Second St., Kennedy, will host a reception for exhibitors on Tuesday, October 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments will be provided free of charge. The exhibition will be on display until Friday, October 28.

The slideshow themes for November are The Four Seasons (one location for the four seasons – orange traffic cones are not eligible) and Open Topic. Members are encouraged to submit their photos for these themes to be included in the monthly slideshow. Annual dues will continue to be collected.

ACNC’s COVID-19 policy updates are available at AudubonCNC.org. Currently, face coverings are optional inside the Nature Center building depending on local transmission rates. Audubon asks people inside to wear a face covering indoors if they have symptoms of COVID-19 or have recently been exposed to someone who tested positive.

For more information, contact club co-chairs John Brustrom at [email protected] or Karen Christy at [email protected]

Audubon Community Nature Center is located at 1600 Riverside Road, a quarter mile east of Route 62 between Jamestown and Warren.



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