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Swimmers from Peter Digre
Come visit us during the Arts & Crafts Show in Annisquam for our last weekend: Friday through Sunday, October 9, 10 and 11 from 10 am to 4 pm each day. Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Vintage Jewelry, Kitchenware, Linens, Glassware and more! ALL 20% off.
Every year Myron brings home multiple awards for his price winning pickles
We’re getting very very close to both our goal and the exhibition date of November 7th! Moving forward with the printing and framing in anticipation of raising the final funds to get everything ready by the opening.
Please consider a donation – any amount helps! https://www.gofundme.com/ww2vetsportraits
The show is planned to open Saturday November 7th with a reception from 1-4p at the Kyrouz Auditorium in Gloucester’s City Hall – 9 Dale Avenue, Gloucester MA. There is an elevator.
Please share the announcement around… We’re inviting all the vets who’ve participated hoping that they’ll all come so it would be terrific to have a goodly crowd to receive them.
O’Maley Innovation Middle School parents and friends, On Sunday, Oct. 4th from 10-12 Generous Gardeners is organizing volunteers to plants bulbs and hostas at the entrance to the school. Come help make the outside of the school be as vibrant as the inside! Everyone is welcome and any amount of time is appreciated!
October Meeting of the Gloucester Area Astronomy Club
The Gloucester Area Astronomy Club registered the domain name gaac.us on October 13 2003, which makes the Friday October 9 meeting our twelfth anniversary! Come on in and help us celebrate, along with some of our accomplished stable of astrophotographers as they each show off examples of their most recent work, including some shots they’ve been saving for just this occasion.
We’ll see a bunch of terrific pictures, and hear the how’s and why’s as well, as each photographer explains each image, its significance, and some details of the hunt that produced it.
This will be a colorful, entertaining and elucidating night of astrophotography, science, friends, coffee and cake, and of course lots of great conversation to boot. Don’t miss it!
GAAC meets at 8:00 on the second Friday of every month at the Lanesville Community Center, 8 Vulcan Street Gloucester. There is no cost, and parking is free. For more info on the club, see our website at http://gaac.us, or our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/gaacpage, or follow us on Twitter @gaacster. All are welcome, and no prior knowledge of astronomy is needed to have a great time.
The Cape Ann Painter and Photographer Group will meet on Thursday, October 8, from 6-7:30 at Cape Ann Gilcee, 20 Maplewood Avenue in Gloucester.
Please bring something you have been working on to share.
New members are always welcome!
See you then.
Sure is a pretty tugboat and loved seeing the Roderick McAllister in Gloucester Harbor during Schooner Festival. On my way into Cambridge to do an installation last Thursday and there it was docked in Boston Harbor, looking good from the Tobin Bridge vantage point.
Join the Friends of Dogtown to kick off a weekend celebrating Dogtown!
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present, in collaboration with the Gloucester Lyceum and Sawyer Free Library, a day dedicated to all things Dogtown on Saturday, October 17 from 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Hear from expert panelists on topics ranging from artists inspired by Dogtown to the geology of Dogtown and everything in between. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, please email email@example.com or call (978) 283-0455 x10.
Whale’s Jaw, Dogtown. Collection of the Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives.
Dogtown Days is a celebration of the art, history, archaeology, geology, ecology and mystery of Dogtown, from the remains of its colonial settlement to its treasures along the trails through the watershed land and glacial heaths that lie at the heart of Cape Ann. Its 3,000 acres serve as the inspiration for Saturday’s panelists: Mark Carlotto, Mary Ellen Lepionka, Ed Becker, Chris Leahy, Ted Tarr, Noel Mann, Shep Abbott and Tom Halsted. Join these Friends of Dogtown as they explore the cellars of Dogtown, the Native Americans who lived there and the many insects and birds that call the habitats of Dogtown their home.
Following the Dogtown expert panel discussion, the Friends of Dogtown invite all audience members to join them for a reception with cake and ale in the Friend Room at the Sawyer Free Library nearby.
It was an honor to help out this morning for The Wounded Warrior 5k and 10K. Thank you to all our service men and women.
Group from Atlanta Georgia
Couple from Dallas Texas
Coming around the back shore
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Thank you, Claire Franklin
Spiran Lodge #98
Rockport, MA 01966
Spiran Lodge #98 Fall Swedish Pancake Breakfast Sunday, October 11, 2015 ~ 8-11 AM at the Spiran Hall, corner of Broadway & School St, downtown Rockport. Includes: Swedish Pancakes, Sausage links, Fresh Fruit Cup, Juice & Coffee. Adults $8.00 / Children $4.00, Scandinavian Bake Table including Scandinavian Breads (Nisu) & Scandinavian Pastries. Tickets sold at the door, while they last! 100 breakfasts prepared, so come early!
HOLY FAMILY WOMEN’S GUILD FASHION SHOW
You’ve heard of Fashion Week in Milan, Paris and New York. The models who are 6′ tall and take a size 0 are just beautiful. However, join us on Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at OUR LADY OF GOOD VOYAGE HALL and see what real women who take real sizes wear. We might not be as tall or quite as young but we are just as beautiful and we can still work the fashion runway. The fashions will be from Dress Barn in Beverly and Marshall’s in Gloucester. Join us for a night of fun, fashion, refreshments, fellowship and more. The donation will be $10.00. Looking forward to seeing you there. Bring a friend.