Tag Archives: Event

Cape Ann Artisans at 30

 

I stopped in the museum the other day, having heard great things about the art on display. I was not let down!

 

Click on the panoramas to see them in an immersive viewer:IMG_3783

 

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Smaller items

In conjunction with the Cape Artisans at 30 Exhibit, the Museum is hosting a series of demonstration days. Members of the Artisans will demonstrate their various crafts throughout each scheduled day. This program is free with Museum admission.

Saturday, March 30
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Mike Foley, Sculpture
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Leslie Wind, Jewelry-making activity for children.
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Beth Williams, Jewelry; Pam Stratton, Mosaics; Judith Wright, Mosaics.

- Fr. Matthew Green

 

Don’t Miss a Reading by Jamie Quatro at Toad Hall Bookstore!

From the Annisquam artist Rachel Perry Welty:
My friend Jamie Quatro will be stopping on the North Shore on her book tour for “I Want To Show You More” on Monday, March 11, at 7 pm, and will do a reading and signing at Toad Hall. She has won all kinds of advance praise for her first collection of short stories, and she has been called a “brilliant new voice in American fiction” and compared to other writers such as Alice Munro. She is reviewed in the March 11 issue (this week’s issue) of the New Yorker. It’s exciting for me personally to be a small part of her debut, as I made the art for the cover. You can read more about Jamie and her book here:
Monday March 11
7 pm
Toad Hall Bookstore
47 Main Street
Rockport Mass 01966

9780802120755

Susan Parent From Toodeloos Is Organizing A Monster Downtown Gloucester Black Friday Event!

No need to go to the malls on Black Friday! 

Here’s the latest from Susan Parent owner of Toodeloos Toy Store Downtown Gloucester!

Stores Signed On To Downtown Gloucester Black Friday So Far

Toodeloos!
Island Art And Hobby
Life Is Good
Jewels Of Gloucester
Pisces
Palazola’s
Mark Adrian Shoes
Premier Imprints
The Cave
The G33K Store (yes, that’s how it’s spelled)
Green Life
The Raven
Local Colors
Menage
Dogtown Books
Antique Store
Village Silversmith
Cape Ann Olive Oil
Stuff
The Bookstore
Kid’s Unlimited

AND Lone Gull will open at 5:45 AM so people can get caffeinated and get shopping!
Most stores will be open at 6AM, some a bit later…7AM or so. I am still working on more stores! I will be pounding the pavement again on Saturday.

After Hours at the Cape Ann Museum

If you were not at the Cape Ann Museum Summer “After Hours” event last Thursday, August 16, you really missed out!  This museum is one of the under-recognized jewels in Cape Ann’s cultural crown.

There was great music, great food from Alchemy,  live music/dance pieces featuring Sara Slifer, Kristen Miller, and 3rian King… and the personable staff and breathtaking art that you can always find at the Cape Ann Museum. Here are some photos.

Their next event is today at 3PM:

Elyssa East, author of Dogtown: Death and Enchantment in a New England Ghost Town, will discuss Hartley’s sixteen-year relationship with Cape Ann and how it changed his life and work. $10 Museum members; $15 nonmembers. Reservations are required; to make a reservation please call (978)283-0455 x16 or email info@capeannmuseum.orgDogtown Lecture series generously sponsored by Cape Ann Savings Bank.

- Fr. Matthew Green

2011 Coastsweep Event Last Thursday Pics From Howard Amaral

Hello Joey, Here are several pics of Coastsweep at Plum Cove Beach, Homie was there to represent!

The Cleancity Initiative sponsored a Coastsweep Event at Plum Cove Beach Thursday. Each year volunteers clean and collect data from what they pick up, and submit it to the Ocean Conservatory in Washington D.C. The data is collected from the entire east coast and used to help define what materials are littering our waterways and beaches, and work towards environmental solutions to reduce or redefine how the materials are used. There are more Coastsweep events scheduled for this fall, please volunteer to help out.

“Help us to Keep our Homeport Clean”

Howard P Amaral and Patti Amaral

Coastsweep with Homie 1 copyCoastsweep with Homie 2 copyCoastsweep with Homie 3 copyCoastsweep with Homie copy

Rockport Art Association FeatureEvent With Three Local Greats- Goetemannn, Mordecai and Our Boy Johnny Sarkin!!!


EXHIBITIONS ׀ EDUCATION ׀ MUSEUM

RAA celebrates it’s 90th anniversary in 2011!


The Rockport Art Association founded in 1921, one of the oldest and most
active art organizations in the country, offers something for everyone.
Visit us and discover the artistic and cultural splendor of Cape Ann.


Opening Reception Friday June 17th  ~ 6-8pm
Exhibition June 17th – July 19th
Open Free To The Public
Click here for more info . . .


Late Spring – Early Summer Hours
Monday thru Saturday 10:00 ~ 5:00
Sunday Noon ~ 5:00

Cathy Tarr At Cape Ann Lanes For Cape Ann Beer and Blog Event

Bowling is fun.  As Cathy said to me last night- Once you are there and bowling everyone has a great time!

 

Cathy Tarr At Cape Ann Lanes, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

 

Mary At Cape Ann Lanes

Sharon and David Cox At Cape Ann Lanes

David Cox and His Pretty Pink Bowling Shoe Laces

Mike Foley Reacts After Bowling A Sub Par Frame

I regret that I have no picture of Brainfix.  Boo Joey

Gloucester Deadliest Catch Event Update

From Kristin & Jamie -

It’s Official . . . . Jonathan Hillstrand will be joing his brother Andy at the Gloucester Little League Fundraiser on August 3rd at the Gloucester House!!!

GMG Readers – If you have a question that you would like ask Jonathan or Andy, please submit it by email and we will have it answered at the event. Email kristinmichel@comcast.net

Things To Do- Inauguration Event

From Good Egg Brenda Malloy-

“Hello and good day Joey~

could you please blast out the Inaugural Event that is being held at City Hall on the 20th from 11:00 to 2:30 to view the swearing in, oath and parade.  Luncheon will be served with $10 donation towards the preservation of City Hall. The event will feature the Middle School band as well as event being shown on big screen.  Come celebrate with our community!

Thanks!
PEACE!”