Redbook Records supports TGH's mission by documenting traditions and innovations in rural living. RR stewards are as dynamic as the projects they undertake... from digitizing the Garcelon family archive of photographs, letters and anectdotes to recording oral histories to hosting story telling events to greeting card fundraisers to mamory quilt projects using old cloth grain bags and photos printed onto fabric to the use of storytelling as a healing art: "Narrative Medicine".
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The Redbook Recordss group works to build familiarity between neighbors, local leaders / farmers / elders / story tellers and oral historians / videographers / story collectors.
They do this work by hosting suppers, story telling events, QnA sessions , digitizng local historical documents, attending/recording community organizing events, and arranging interviews with neighbors and elders native to this place. Redbook records stewards use their online pressence to cross pollenate the efforts of it's members with the wider storied community.
Redbook Records' projects incubating here...
Gramma's Greetings STORIES OF JOY Inklings of Joy LORENZO'S LIBRARY redbook of eastmarch TERRY'S TREASURES women's walkabouts FOOTPRINTS NEWSLETTERS wildlife watchers LOCAL LEADERS... to learn more click on their links on the Redbook Records page. Find their page by clickin on it's link on the site map page.