A dig­ital crowd-​​sourced exhibit about last year’s Marathon Bombing and sub­se­quent events will be avail­able to locals at the Water­town Free Public Library this weekend.

The Boston Bombing Dig­ital Archive, a crowd-​​sourced dig­ital archive of sto­ries, photos, video, and social media related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bomb­ings and its after­math, will be at the library Sat­urday, Jan. 25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The archive is hosted and orga­nized by North­eastern Uni­ver­sity group Our Marathon.

The event also serves as an oppor­tu­nity for Water­town locals to share their own sto­ries on the still-​​growing archive, and for project man­agers to for­mally intro­duce the archive to the com­mu­nity where alleged Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsar­naev engaged in a gun­fight with police.

A sep­a­rate room will be set up for anyone wishing to video­tape and share their story, according to event organizers.

For more infor­ma­tion, visit Water­town library’s web­site.

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