Kids Basketball Program in Williamsburg

Tom Adams of Williamsburg, MA writes:

Hi all,

My son and I have been going to basketball in Williamsburg on Wednesday nights at 6pm for the past two weeks and there’s no one else there his age (age 6). There are some older kids but no one in 1st-3rd grade. This basketball program is great because there are basketball hoops that are lower and easier to shoot at, but obviously it would be better if there was more than ONE kid playing.

John O’Sullivan asked me to do a little outreach to see if any other children 1st-3rd grade are available/ interested in playing. We need about 5 or 6 kids to play in a regular league (games on Saturday morning).

If anyone is interested please let John know (email) and hopefully we’ll see you there next Wednesday?

V-log: Conway Festival of the Hills

V-log: Conway Festival of the Hills
by Tom Adams (Hilltown Families Contributing Writer)

Join the Adams’ on another family trip … this time to the Conway Festival of the Hills … 10 minutes of quintessential Hilltown Family fun: maple cotton candy, bunnies, dunking booths, a parade and a helicopter ride (well sorta). Perfect thing to do on a beautiful October Sunday afternoon! If you weren’t able to make it, after watching this video you’ll feel like you were right there! Enjoy.

V-log: Robots in Springfield!

V-log: Dances with Robots
by Tom Adams (Hilltown Families Contributing Writer)

Come along as my family and I journey to Springfield MA’s Symphony Hall (after a little detour) to see “Dances with Robots” a presentation by James McLurkin.  My apologies for sub-par audio/video quality- I guess I won’t be using my still-camera’s video settings anymore.

Stay tuned for the next ‘vlog’ from ReelifeProductions. Never know where we’re headed next…


Tom Adams

Tom lives and works in Williamsburg, MA with his wife, two kids, dog maggie & cat charlie. He is a graduate of UMASS, Amherst and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of educational, commercial and corporate video production. In 1996, he founded Reelife Documentary Productions (1997 & 2008 Telly Award recipient). He is an active member of Hidden-Tech, the Chair of the Williamsburg Technology Committee and Chair of The Williamsburg Cultural Arts Committee. Read the rest of this entry »

V-log: Reel Blues Festival in Northampton

V-log: Reel Blues Festival
by Tom Adams (Hilltown Families Contributing Writer)

It figures my first contribution to this fine website should be a little video I put together late last night (and early this morning) after the excitement of the night had simmered down.  Ya’ see, I won some tix from Monty on WRSI (93.9 the River) to the Reel Blues Festival at The Academy of Music and since I’m a ‘video guy’, instead of delving too far into the world of blogging and journalistic writing, I figured I stick to what I know best and send out a a little “V-log” of my night out on the town with my buddy Max.  Just one of the many great events happening in and around the Hilltowns on a fine mid-September eve- one of the things that make living in this area so fantastic.  Enjoy!


Tom Adams

Tom lives and works in Williamsburg, MA with his wife, two kids, dog maggie & cat charlie. He is a graduate of UMASS, Amherst and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of educational, commercial and corporate video production. In 1996, he founded Reelife Documentary Productions (1997 & 2008 Telly Award recipient). He is an active member of Hidden-Tech, the Chair of the Williamsburg Technology Committee and Chair of The Williamsburg Cultural Arts Committee. Read the rest of this entry »

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