Winter Night Festival 2011

27 02 2011

On Saturday February 26, 2011 Attleboro held it’s second annual Winter Night Festival. It was estimated the crowd was 10,000 strong double from last year. There we indoor and out door venues to enjoy including a Giant Bonfire, Fire Juggling, Snow Globe’s for family photo’s and fun, Lincoln Re-enactors, Music, Ice Carving, Face Painting, Art Exhibition, Jewelry Exhibition, A Food Court and so many Happy People Everywhere!


Eagle Scout Court Of Honor

21 02 2011

On Feb. 20, 2011 I was invited to witness the advancement of six young men, six Boy Scouts to rank of Eagle Scout. I was a leader for 16 years as one of the adult leaders that worked with these scouts on their trail to Eagle. It is a prestigious award as only 2% of of scouts ever reach this level. It take’s hard work and a strong commitment. Congratulation to all six new Eagle Scouts.

karaoke – Yonezawa, Japan

31 01 2011

Here is a karaoke show I produced from Yonezawa, Japan. This show has some added fun out takes. It was a great time to spend time with my friends in Japan. Happy to share this experience with you.

Karakoe – Yonezawa, Japan from brucekgarber on Vimeo.

Students Inspire A Teacher

14 11 2010

Students Go The Distance.
See how students inspire a teacher. Martin Tighe was getting a long workout on a treadmill, a seriously long, world record breaking run. 449,486 feet 149, 828 yards 64,800 strides 43,200 seconds run 18,500 treadmill revolutions 8,880 calories burned 720 minutes spent staring at the display 160 ounces sweat evaporated 128 ounces mineral water 100K World Record 7:39:31 75 spectators cheering you on 5OK World Record (7:20 mile pace) 32 ounces of bananas 50Mile World Record 6:06:19 28 ounces- Fig Newton’s 12 hour World Record 85.13 miles 8 minutes 33 seconds average pace 5 fleeting moments of self doubt and 4 world records.

Music & Memories with Vic Wotherspoon

14 11 2010

This show highlighting Vic Wotherspoon a 65-year-old musician who has been playing guitar since 1959. “I thought it’d be a nice way to meet women,” he laughed. “I got really into the folk scene to go to Greenwich Village in 1963.” Now, anyone who knows me knows of my encyclopedic passion for Bob Dylan. So obviously, at the mention of “Greenwich Village” and “1963,” I had to ask if he knew The Man himself. “Yeah, I knew Bob before he was famous,” Vic said nonchalantly. Then he left New York for Cambridge, where he played Club 47, now Club Passim, where Dylan, Joan Baez, Tom Rush and the like performed. “I recorded a record on Vanguard around 1971 called ‘Vic Wotherspoon Singing’ the Blues,’ ” he said. “I don’t know if it’s still around.” It sold about 1,000 copies and was never fully promoted, he said. He also recorded an album with fellow Taunton singer Tom Beaulieu in 1996.

Growing up in Massachusetts, spending time in Cambridge the mecca of music in the country at that time as well as living in New York village area. Vic talks about growing up with some of the countries greatest musicians before they made it and shares his inspirational memories and music with us.

We hope you enjoy Vic’s stories and music.

Tradition of Days Past

14 11 2010

On a day trip to Rockport MA we came across Bill Donovan working in his small shop making buoys and traps as he remembers the days of his youth and time spent on the ocean. Listen to Bill’s stories as he remembers them of Old Fashioned Hand-Made Wooden Lobster Buoys and Traps with William Donovan.

Legends & Friends (music)

14 11 2010

“Legends & Friends”, a little Blue Grass, a little Rock.
A music festival that took place the summer of 2008 featuring many local musicians. Some of these friends have been playing music together a very long time. On this day it was to fun to watch and listen to them perform and share their fun!

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