POP GALLERY PRESENTS:
Our 4th Annual POPtoberfest!
Featuring a PINK PUMPKIN SALE on many items in store!
Warm up with some complimentary hot mulled cider, seasonal ales, and apples and snacks!
Extended hours on Saturday till 7 pm. October 19th! At 67 Main Street!
Some of our FALL special sales include:
- Our ‘Glowing’ collection of candles to set the mood at home!
- Wooly handwoven scarves from SmartWorks, cashmere hand warmers from Elizabethan!
- Jewelry to accent your sweaters and leather jackets by Emily Rosenfeld, Betsy Frost, Joyce Roessler And SKLO
And a plethora of other treats to “Grab”on the way out!!!
Concert to Benefit
The Open Door Food Pantry
When: Saturday, October 19th at 7 p.m.
Where: Gloucester High School
Admission: Food donations to The Open Door
When: Wednesday October 30th 7:30 pm
What: Helen Fremont to Read at the Gloucester Writers Center
Where: 126 E. Main Street, Gloucester MA 01930
Contact: Chloe Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 949-677-2451
The Gloucester Writers Center presents Helen Fremont, the author of the national best selling memoir After Long Silence on October 30th, 7:30 p.m. at 126 East Main St. In addition to being a memoirist she is also a public defender in Boston. She will answer questions and dialogue with the audience after her talk A Perspective- Point of View in Memoir.
Helen and her sister grew up Roman Catholic, and it was not until she was in her thirties, that they discovered that their parents were Jewish Holocaust survivors. The book Traces the stories of her parents’ lives, including her father’s years as a political prisoner in the Siberian Gulag, and her aunt’s marriage to an Italian Count, who was instrumental in saving her mother’s life. Other works of fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including 1994: The O. Henry Awards, Ploughshares, and The Harvard Review. She is currently working on her second memoir focusing on her and her sister’s lives, and how the trauma of one generation is expressed in the next.
The Gloucester Writers Center was founded to celebrate, preserve, and promote Gloucester’s rich literary legacy and to create space in the community for the voices of people of all ages and backgrounds to be heard through writing, dialogue, and the artistic process. Find out more about the Gloucester Writers Center at gloucesterwriters.org