At the end of the day, we made it down to Hermitage for the screening of Nathaniel Dorsky's Hours for Jerome parts 1 & 2. The screening set up outside behind Hermitage and the adjacent silos was very well attended and one of those happenings that make one grateful to live in a community in which folks have the desire and energy to make such an effort. Indeed there are many such folks in this community these days. After the screening most people made their way inside to view the current exhibit of work by and relating to d.a. levy. John and Christian at Hermitage have created a compilation of levy's poems called [can we hold hands out here] in a letterpress edition of 125 for $20. visit their website for more info.