_________  Little Falls Romance: Restoration of a 1917 Silent Film

_________  Astenrogan: The Tumbling Waters (2001)

_________ Little Falls: A Renaissance City (2007)

_________  Little Falls: The City That Wouldn’t Die (1975)

“Little Falls Romance”: Combined efforts of the Public Library and the Civic Club preserved on DVD in 2011 a “One Reel Epic” story of love & intrigue shot in Little Falls in 1917 with an all local cast.

“Astenrogan”: Iroquois designation of the rapids of Little Falls.  This 2001 production conceived & produced by Professional Media of Utica, as an entry to the US Library of Congress’s – Community Living Legacy Project showcases what Little Falls offers residents & visitors.

“Little Falls: A Renaissance City” is a 2007 production with living testimonials of life-long Little Falls residents, who left and returned, as well as individuals with no previous ties, who have chose Little Falls as the place to call home.

“Little Falls: The City That Wouldn’t Die”: This restoration of a March 1975 television program aired on WUTR-TV20, is narrated by Little Falls business owner and life-long resident, Tony Papaleo, and is based on a popular slide presentation produced by Papaleo for showing to clubs and groups.

Purchase any of these DVDs at $10 each or buy all 4 for $35.  Please include $5 for shipping and handling.  Designate quantities from the list above and mail this form, along with your name, address and check payable to the Little Falls Civic Club to:

Little Falls Civic Club
33 West Monroe Street
Little Falls, NY 13365 

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Questions?  Write: LittleFallsCivicClub@verizon.net.
All proceeds benefit Little Falls Community Projects.