Quaranzine is a collection of creative works that share and document how our community is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone is invited to submit their work, from age zero to eleventy-one!
May 14, 2020
May 14, Colors of Spring
Quaranzine is a collection of creative works that share and document how our community is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Everyone is invited to submit their work, from age zero to eleventy-one! Submit your own work.
Samantha Sullivan, ‘An Easter I will never forget!’ Meadow was begging to see her gramma and uncle on Easter, so everyone masked up and we celebrated Quarantine style!
Laurie DeVivo, ‘Two Words.’ I feel saying thank you at this time is universal and if we took those words for granted before, or said them as an after-thought, we shouldn’t anymore.
Meadow Myska, ‘Rainbow Scavenger Hunt.’ Every day during the quarantine so mom tries to think of a different activity every day for them to do together. They went on a nature walk and found items each color of the rainbow. Ms. Martha from the Berlin Free Library gave her the idea!
Pat Swent, ‘A Little Landscape.’ A bright little landscape to cheer you. Thank goodness I have paint and brushes to keep me busy.
Janice Carpenter, ‘Tree Damaged by the Pileated Woodpecker.’ The Berlin Town website offers trail maps if you would like to hike during covid. I came across this interesting tree a few yard from Chamberlain Hwy. It was damaged by a pileated woodpecker.
Shreeja Joshi, ‘Hiking during COVID.’ The Marcus and Shrey being COVID-Aware and COVID-Active during hiking.