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Karol Bartlett
  • Female
  • Natick, MA
  • United States
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  • Liz Clancy Lerner
  • Ken Liss
  • Cary Holmes
  • Patricia Fanning
  • Marian Pierre-Louis
  • Jennifer Hance
  • Gaylene Bordeaux
  • Marguerite Krupp
  • Annie Valk
  • Heather Cole
  • Joanne Riley

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Programming

Open to anyone looking to share ideas about programs that feature local history subjects. As someone who is responsible for putting programs together - I am always looking for new ideas, and willing to share ideas that have worked for us.
Jan 22, 2015
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Programming

Open to anyone looking to share ideas about programs that feature local history subjects. As someone who is responsible for putting programs together - I am always looking for new ideas, and willing to share ideas that have worked for us.
May 12, 2011
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Programming

Open to anyone looking to share ideas about programs that feature local history subjects. As someone who is responsible for putting programs together - I am always looking for new ideas, and willing to share ideas that have worked for us.
May 9, 2011
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Programming

Open to anyone looking to share ideas about programs that feature local history subjects. As someone who is responsible for putting programs together - I am always looking for new ideas, and willing to share ideas that have worked for us.
Jan 21, 2011
Maggi Smith-Dalton commented on the group 'Programming'
"Stories and Shadows From Salem's Past: Naumkeag Notations.....being released August 23~! I am, frankly,...so excited!!!! ____________ Book signings coming up in September and October already.... ...AND....O HEAVENS! You can now buy it,…"
Aug 10, 2010
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Celebrating Natick Women in Uniform at Morse Institute Library, Natick

May 15, 2010 from 4pm to 5pm
Please join us on Armed Forces Day as we pay tribute to the women in our community who have served in the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, and Navy in Europe, the Pacific, the Middle East, and Stateside. We will also honor the accomplishments of women who assisted the war effort during WWII.Guest speaker will be Lieutenant Colonel Kari K. Otto, Garrison Commander, United States Army Garrison, Natick.Come early and visit the photo exhibit, “Legacy of Service: Our Community in Uniform,” featuring…See More
May 6, 2010
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Programming

Open to anyone looking to share ideas about programs that feature local history subjects. As someone who is responsible for putting programs together - I am always looking for new ideas, and willing to share ideas that have worked for us.
Apr 8, 2010

Profile Information

Where Do You Consider Your "Hometown"?
Norwood, MA
What is your interest in the Mass. Studies Network?
I coordinate the Local History programs and collections at the Morse Institute Library in Natick, MA. We are a public library within a great community with a rich history and growing future. I have been looking for ways to connect with other local organizations in similar communities to find out what they are doing.
About Me:
I am from Iowa originally but have made my home in Massachusetts for almost 26 years now. My background includes almost 21 years of professional experience working in libraries, business reseach, preservation and other special projects.
Your Website:
http://www.morseinstitute.org
Your Organization:
Morse Institute Library
14 East Central Street
Natick, MA 01760
Your Title:
Speical Projects Librarian
Another Organization?
Bartlett Consulting
We offer a variety of food historyprograms, and small theatre productions including:How to Preserve Heirloom Recipes, Tea with Emily, and Henrietta Cooks: F.D.R.'s Notoriously Bad Cook?
Major areas of interest
Archives, Arts, Community Life, Cultural Heritage, Genealogy, History, Local Studies
Other areas of interest not listed above?
Oral History, cooking and food history, and women's history

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At 23:46 on June 5, 2010, Joanne Riley said…
Hey Carol - looking forward to seeing you at the conference on Monday!
At 18:01 on March 20, 2009, Joanne Riley said…
So sorry to hear you've been sick, Karol - hope you're better today! This has been a hard winter - hope some weekend sunshine will have you up and about. We missed you and Marguerite last evening. Marguerite logged in to chat which was really fun to see although probably not too fun for her as I was abysmally bad at multi-tasking during the presentation. It was a nice crowd and some great conversation and ideas were flowing. More anon!
At 23:41 on March 18, 2009, Joanne Riley said…
Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow Karol - and hearing more about Henrietta :)
At 9:06 on February 28, 2009, Heather Cole said…
Our Win Everett talk went well - got 35+ people. Marguerite was a great addition -- answered some questions that neither Ed nor I knew!
At 14:50 on August 4, 2008, Karol Bartlett said…
Me and my pup Button had just finished our walk. She chooses the bench - hops up - and there is nothing for it but for me to sit with her and be mindful. Button saw the photographer before I did. Thats unusual as she hates to have her photo taken! I feel the same but I didnt see the photographer until I got up to walk us back to the car.
By the way - thanks for stopping the dvd by!
karol
At 12:27 on July 31, 2008, Heather Cole said…
Karol,
Saw you on the front page of the Norwood Bulletin today! Unfortunately, I can't find the photo online. I'll save you the hard copy, though.
At 12:29 on June 6, 2008, Karol Bartlett said…
The digital storytelling thing is exactly what I have in mind for our library. That said - im trying to get a handle on what I need to know (read train for) and how it will play out in terms of workflow and end product. The end product if done well will be great. My problem is being only part-time and already doing to many full-time things. Here is a website doing much of what I would love to do- - they are doing some great things: http://www.mybrightonandhove.org.uk/index.aspx
At 12:06 on June 6, 2008, Annie Valk said…
Yes - Brown is a great place to be, so is Providence. And I love my job - it's great to get to be in a new place, trying new things. Tell me more about your community conversations - how are they structured? Who participates? I'm very curious about all kinds of digital storytelling possibilities. I just recently returned from a three day workshop put on by the Center for Digital Storytelling, which uses video, audio, photos, music to have people craft short (3 minute) first-person stories. I'm trying to figure out if it's a model that might dovetail with what I do in my oral history classes. I'd love to hear more about what you've been doing through the library in this regard.
At 11:29 on June 6, 2008, Annie Valk said…
Hi Karol:
I see you're interested in oral history. Me too. Have you done interviews? What kinds?
Annie
At 11:22 on June 6, 2008, Joanne Riley said…
Hi Karol - so glad you made it! Feel free to poke around and kick the tires of this pilot network. Talk to you soon - j
 
 
 

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