Archive for October, 2019

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If you’ve ever wanted a great portrait or headshot of yourself, here’s your chance!

After four successful editions in Wellington and in Belleville, Johnny CY Lam has teamed up with the ATHOL RECREATION COMMITTEE to bring the Photo Op concept to Cherry Valley.

Take one accomplished photographer (Johnny C. Y. Lam https://www.johnnycylam.com), divide the cost of setup and takedown across multiple time slots, and voilà: you’ve got yourself an affordable professional portrait!

You’ll receive 4-5 high resolution digital images in both colour and B&W for $150.00 (HST and fees included), a very significant savings compared to a private shoot.

We’ve got 5 spots still available on Monday October 28th 10 am- 6 pm, and one of them can be yours.
You also have the option of a grey or a white background.
Please contact Beth Easton for booking – bethleaston@gmail.com

Johnny C. Y. Lam is the image-maker behind numerous Prince Edward County, Bay of Quinte and Hasting County tourism photos, as well as editorial spreads for the The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Edible Ottawa, Edible Toronto, Watershed Magazine, CBC, GEO, Time, Food & Drink, House & Home, and more.

He has also just completed his first book, A Taste of Prince Edward County, penned by Chris Johns and published by Penguin Random House Canada. The book is currently available at Chapters Indigo and Amazon Canada.

Johnny has photographed personalities such as Prince Charles and Camilla, the Dalai Lama, astronaut Chris Hadfield, and numerous celebrity chefs and winemakers. All this, and he still manages to be of the most down-to-earth people you will meet. If you have the impression that you just aren’t photogenic, Johnny will show you otherwise.

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Come join us!

This Sunday, October 27th 10 am – 5pm

FREE- Lantern making workshop in preparation for the

Firelight Festival on November 9th 2019.

Come join us in the valley for a lovely afternoon. Soup will be on, and so will the coffee. Light snacks for all, compliments of those friendly folks of the Athol Recreation Committee. Come make your lantern for this wonderful community event!






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