May 28 Kick Off Party for Gloucester’s 2nd Cultural District: HARBORTOWN

May 28 Kick Off Party for Gloucester’s 2nd Cultural District: HARBORTOWN

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Come Celebrate!

The first official event for the Gloucester Harbortown Cultural District will be held on May 28th from 4:00 to 6:30pm at the location of one of our founding partners and cultural assets in the district, Maritime Gloucester on Harbor Loop.

Mayor Carolyn Kirk, City of Gloucester dignitaries, and Massachusetts Cultural Council officials will be in attendance along with the partners and stakeholders.

Visit www.gloucesterharbortown.org to see the list of partners. We had a great time when the MCC came to town in March for the site visit, and the party at Fred Bodin’s.

Please join us. You can count on light refreshments, beverages including wine and beer, and a surprise or two.

Bring along your recipe ideas for a Harbortown inspired cocktail, non-alcoholic variation, or family beverage. We will collect them for a future tasting contest to determine some winning "Harbortown" contenders.

Thanks to founding partners Gloucester House Restaurant and Topside Grill for providing some of the light refreshments and Cape Ann Brewing Co for providing their special artisan beer.

To help us with the head count, please RSVP judith@nii.net

What: Festive kickoff for Harbortown Cultural District

Date: Tuesday May 28th, 2013

Where: founding partner Maritime Gloucester (thank you so much!), Harbor Loop

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When: 4:00-6:30 pm, drop in

RSVP:  judith@nii.net, Judith Hoglander, Co-Chair Steering committee of the GHCD

Bring a friend along , absolutely

Reminder: Harbortown beverage recipe entries (with and without alcohol)

Visit http://www.gloucesterharbortown.org/

About Joey C

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