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MaryLee Ballou shows off one of her scrapbooks
MaryLee Ballou shows off one of her scrapbooks

Heard Up North: an ice storm poem

The Ice Storm of '98 inspired creativity in many people. Songs, stories and photographs document what people endured ten years ago this week. MaryLee Ballou lives in Potsdam and is an avid scrapbook artist. She filled one of her books with images and words that week. Her poetic remembrance is today's Heard Up North.  Go to full article
Marylee Ballou shows off one of her six scrapbooks
Marylee Ballou shows off one of her six scrapbooks

Celebrating the art of scrapbooks

A new exhibit on scrapbooks opens at Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY) this weekend. "Memories to Share: A Sample of North Country Scrapbooks" opens Saturday (10am) as part of Canton's "Winterfest" celebration. For many scrapbookers, their albums are a way of preserving a record of family life or special events. The history of scrapbooks goes back centuries. Todd Moe asked Potsdam scrapbooker Marylee Ballou how she learned the art of "heirloom albums".  Go to full article

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