Tors here. Big thanks to everyone that backed and shared our Kickstarter campaign! We couldn't have done it without you!

Even if you spaced backing our project (because we're only human) there is still time (24 hours to be exact). We passed our initial goal of $6000 but there are still a bunch of great rewards available and more is more!

Maybe you are wondering what The Loading Dock is going to do with the surplus cashola we raised from the campaign... We are planning a signage upgrade. Finding our location has always been a struggle, even folks that have lived in Littleton their whole life, its like the deep deep loading dock tucked behind Topic of the Town is invisible. We need two signs to start. Tap the photos to see it bigger. Photos are from google earth.

You are looking at a photoshop simulation

Looks pretty real huh?

Big love and thanks to Linny Kenney and Wyatt Knox for making me look like I know what Im talking about in the Kickstarter video.


I have a bunch of big art hanging at ACHS-Littleton - Ammonoosuc Community Health Services upstairs gallery and soon to take over the downstairs patient gallery. All the proceeds from selling my artwork goes back into The Loading Dock.  



Demolition Day

Johnny Robusto (aka John Scott) and Brody helped pull down the wall / hallway inside the loading dock area. Kerri Harrington and Jae Kim helped get the inside of The Loading Dock ready for construction. On Monday Zach Baker from Starr Construction has graciously donated his time, tools and expertise to knock out the door opening, install new fire door, and build walls. Zach has a great radio show on North Country Community Radio Thursday eve 7-11 called Airtight Garage Radio. Zach is really invested in help grow and support the music scene in this area. The guy has great taste in music and we always spend a ton of time trading new discoveries. In addition, we have a team of volunteers that can help but a bigger pool will help us get through construction faster. Feel free to contact Jason via email if you can donate your time and skills. 

I saw this newyorksaid on Instagram and I thought it was appropriate.
I might have to lift this and use it in a painting.

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