Welcome to the Nashoba Valley Photo Club.
Most photographs are "taken" but the best ones are "made". If you have an interest in "making" photographs rather than just "taking pictures", then you should join us at the Nashoba Valley Photo Club.
Our club was started in 1982 by six people who, after finishing a photography course, decided to continue sharing their enjoyment of photography. They translated this mutual enjoyment into a concept of "making photography fun".
Thus, from those few who planted the idea, our club has grown in numbers and substance. Now the club provides activities to suit a variety of tastes and levels of experience. There is learning and competition, humor and travel, friendship and the drive to be better at photography. We are a member of the New England Camera Club Council (NECCC.) This is an endless source of material for our educational and entertainment programs. Through the NECCC we have become acquainted with other nearby camera clubs.
We participate in regional competitions and other interclub activities. Our own activities include digital and print salons throughout the year as well as field trips to a variety of New England places and destinations worthy of photographic interest. The Nashoba Valley Photo Club offers special presentations, salons, instruction, workshops, socialbility, field trips and a video library. We have served the community by offering assistance on photo-based publicity, creating slide shows, exhibiting prints and working on Westford recycling programs.
Join us! Share your interest and enthusiasm with us - we have plenty to share with you. We meet meet the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and most 4th Wednesdays from 7:30PM - 9:30PM at the J.V. Fletcher Library located at 50 Main St., Westford, MA.
If you have any questions about our club, please contact us.