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Where Art Thou? Waterbury Region

Season 2 Episode 2 | 28m 22s

Ray Hardman tours the Children’s Community School and hears the choir at Bravo Waterbury, an after-school music education program. Ray’s tour continues to The Barnes Museum where he ventures up to the attic to peer through 18th century items, and to Meriden for a demonstration of stunning religious images created using gold leaf and self-made natural pigment.

Aired: 07/02/22
Extras
Meet the people leading new efforts to shape the future of the Gulf of Maine and our oceans.
Meet the people leading new efforts to shape the future of the Gulf of Maine and our oceans.
When a reclusive man is found dead, Alphy and Geordie discover a shocking revelation.
Geordie, Larry, Alphy, and Miss Scott discuss the main suspect in a new case: Sam.
When a reclusive man is found dead, Alphy and Geordie discover a shocking revelation.
Explore Cashes Ledge - part of the Gulf of Maine that helps power the Gulf’s more than 3,000 species
Explore Cashes Ledge - part of the Gulf of Maine that helps power the Gulf’s more than 3,000 species
When a woman known by Alphy goes missing, he and Geordie race to find the answers.
Geordie interrupts Alphy and Mrs. C. to deliver some unexpected news about a new case.
Discover the lasting impact of how international trade forever changed the Gulf of Maine’s bounty.
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