A long overdue tribute to Austin in the garden that he cared for over the years.
Tag Archives: Gloucester Mass
Deanie Hancock French showed Kristi our wonderful exhibits and art of the Finnish at the Cape Ann Museum .
Kristi is in the US performing research on the Finnish, she visited Rockport and the Cape Ann Museum. See Video below:
David Cox and I are also in the process of publishing our own research which we will be shared with Kristi on the Finnish People in Gloucester. Frank Cox, David’s father wrote several papers for the WPA (Work Project Administration) in 1938.
“What are we all mute?” – “Long Live Saint Peter !”
“Me chi samiou dute/tutti mute ?” – “Viva San Pietro !”
Enjoy Winter Robin slide_slide show photos by David Cox.
Click on Photo below for Slide_Show
I met Charles “Chuck” and Sarah “Sally” Heath, parents of Sarah Palin, at the Safari Club International Convention in Reno Nevada and another couple they were traveling with. They were a delight to talk to, and of course they all love Gloucester Massachusetts.
Great talent exhibited at the Annisquam Village Hall
October 8th -10th Saturday and Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
Video contains some of the art and crafts and interviews
Thanks For Watching
Watching men at work is a great way to past the time.
Watch Video and Slide_show
Mayor Kirk recognizes Dick Wilson co-president of the Gloucester Fishermen’s Athletic Association and his wife Barbra for all the work they are doing, and in addition a birthday celebration and a 50th year wedding anniversary. Congratulation Dick and Barbara.
Click on photo below and view a slide_show of all the supporters that came to “The Renewal of Newell,” at Crusieport last night.
Young Boy watches sunset from life guard station and the moon rises while flying a kite.
See the many faces at the St Peter’s Fiesta Old and New. I especially enjoy watching it through the lids eyes.
Watch Video and listen to the music of the Fiesta.
Click on photo below and watch same faces and many more in the slide-show.
Fine Tuning the Restaurant and the Piano.
Scheduled opening this Wednesday June 23rd.
Updated to Friday June 25th… we are all looking forward to the Big Day.
(Joe is optimistic, but Memory wants everything perfect, stop by and check it out anyway.)
Joe and Memory have done a fantastic job, and I looking forward to sitting at the piano, of course on the other side of the keys.
You many even see some of Memory’s art hanging on the walls.
Men at Work.
The ride along the back-shore is smoother, because of the hard work, on a foggy, and a Canadian smoke-filled day.
Click on video and watch the process.
Mayor Carolyn Kirk and Iain Kerr , break ground (Scraping Paint) on the Tarr and Wonson Copper Paint Factory the Future Home of Ocean Alliance.
Ceremony was held June 1, 2010 on site.
Click on Video and get a photo tour of the inside of the Historical Factory.
Post Cards of Gloucester in early 1900’s from a friend’s Private Collection. The collection is a treasure of over 600 post cards ranging from 1905 – 1960’s. I am capturing them electronically (scanning) to preserve the images.
I selected a few that you might enjoy.
Captains Courageous Festival presented by seARTS March 6th. A full day of activities from 9:00 AM through 9:30 PM. Reading by a cast of many at Cape Ann Museum, Sawyer Free Library, Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center, and Cape Ann Art Haven.
Link to Play slideshow
Cape Ann Community Cinema presented the Three Sheets to the Wind, The Cape Ann sea Shanty Singers & Musicians and Captains Courageous (1937 film) with Spencer Tracy & Lionel Barrymore.
Videos of the Readings and the Cape Ann Shanty Singers.
Sorry for the long posting, but I will be on holiday for the next two weeks.
Check out seARTS http://www.searts.org/events.htm