Grimsby Photo Group

NFRCC Program Guide


Lead: Raymond Fragapane

Programs: See attached PDF brochures
Gallery of Photos:

About Us
We are a group of amateur photographers from Grimsby and Niagara West, getting together to share experiences, questions and know-how in a non-competitive environment.

Group History

Started in June 2016, The Grimsby Photo Group was at first a timid gathering of photo amateurs who were willing to share their love of photography. As time went by, attendance grew and the Group could no longer meet in tight quarters. A larger venue was found and meetings were held there until the end of 2017.

In 2018, the Group secured a new meeting place: Grimsby Town Hall Council Chambers. This bright and beautiful space is fully equipped for audience presentations and offers plenty of free parking.

Benefits of  joining this group

Monthly Meetings: Various presentations and discussions or the creative and technical topics of photography.

Social: Contact with other amateur photographers. Exchange ideas; help others and learn yourself.

Outings: Join other members on trips/visits. Opportunities to practice and learn more about photography.

Workshops: Taught by in-house photographers on various topics such as the art of photography, techniques, image management, creative output, software, etc.

Meetings Structure

Monthly meetings are scheduled from January to November (check the home page for exact dates and time). In December, a festive luncheon is scheduled on a separate date to celebrate the year-end.

Each meeting addresses both the creative and technical aspects of photography.