PHOTOS: Uniquely Quabbin 25th issue celebration at Athol Library

Dale Monette of New Salem, left, talks with people about his photography at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening.

Dale Monette of New Salem, left, talks with people about his photography at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. Staff Photo/Paul Franz

Local musicians Mary Carfagna and Myra MacLeod play music at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. The event celebrated the magazine’s 25th issue. 

Local musicians Mary Carfagna and Myra MacLeod play music at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. The event celebrated the magazine’s 25th issue.  Staff Photo/Paul Franz

David Brothers of Athol, left, talks about his art at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. Launched in 2016, Uniquely Quabbin has featured writers, artists and photographers from the area. 

David Brothers of Athol, left, talks about his art at the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. Launched in 2016, Uniquely Quabbin has featured writers, artists and photographers from the area.  Staff Photo/Paul Franz

Mitch Grosky of Athol, with his wife Anne Grosky, talks about his photography with attendees of the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. The magazine started in 2016 and recently published its 25th issue. 

Mitch Grosky of Athol, with his wife Anne Grosky, talks about his photography with attendees of the Uniquely Quabbin Art Show at the Athol Public Library on Tuesday evening. The magazine started in 2016 and recently published its 25th issue.  Staff Photo/Paul Franz

Published: 05-23-2024 9:32 AM

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