Program on Preserving Personal History for Franklin Historical Society

FRANKLIN — Dan Darling will present "Getting Personal With History" on Thursday, May 2, at 7 p.m. at the Franklin Historical Society's Webster Place building.
Darling is a certified legacy advisor, a member of the International Association of Storykeepers and the Association of Personal Historians. As such, he advocates saving the living history of the 20th century by capturing and preserving the stories of those who lived it so they can be retold to future generations "in the first person".
He is an experienced producer of documentary video and the owner of Heartstring Video Production. Darling also nourishes his hunger for the history of people and places as a guide at Canterbury Shaker Village. He and his wife Karen are recent transplants from Michigan and have quickly become contributing members of the Franklin community.

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