Bill O’Connor At North Shore Kid Made The Middle Street Walk Event Schedule Web Friendly For Us

Lots of people when putting together advertising for local events they still think in terms of printing flyers.  Bill from North Shore Kid get’s it and took all that info designed for flat print (and there’s a whole lot) and re-entered it with the proper hyperlinks to each organization so people can follow up with any questions and find contact info for each participating community organization by clicking through.

He was nice enough to offer to share it with us so here you go- straight from the pages of the best resource for Children’s and Families on The North Shore, North Shore Kid!

2011 Middle Street Walk Schedule of Events

Saturday, December 10, 2011 10:00am – 10pm

9 am-6 pm
Saunders House, Sawyer Free Library
SeArts Wearable Arts Show and Fundraiser Raffle Sale to benefit Sawyer Free Library – tickets sold at Saunders House and at Library.

10 am
Sawyer Free Library

Deborah Costine, Gerwick Puppeteer, with her program ‘A Woodland Cinderella’.  Refreshments will be served.

10:30 am
-
3 pm

Gloucester City Hall

  • Girl Scouts Troop #235 – Bake/Cocoa Sale
  • Schooner Adventure – Coffe and Pastries, Ships Store will offer items for sale to support [node: 1323] and an ongoing FREE children’s activity making ‘Sailor’s Valentine Ornaments’.
  • Committee for the Arts will sell postcards of City Hall’s WPA Murals and have a table with information on City Hall Restoration efforts.
  • The Gingerbread House Contest Display - winner will be announced in Kyrouz Auditorium at 1pm.
  • The Phyllis A. Marine Association will have an information table and Ship’s Store.

10am-2pm

Saunders House, Sawyer Free Library
Presentation of history of murals and Samuel Sawyer.

10 am-2pm

Cape Ann Museum

  • Arts and Crafts for Families
  • Decorate ornaments the holidays

10 am-3 pm

Trinity Congregational Church of Gloucester
Cape Ann Thrift Shop Seasonal Goods Sale.

10 am-4 pm

Cape Ann Art Haven
Free Events:

  • 10 am–12 pm (or until complete) help create a Giant Ice Sculpture (ice courtesy of Cape Pond Ice)
  • Buoy Painting for Lobster Trap Tree

10 am-4pm
Sargent House Museum
Open House decorated for the season, Holiday Goodies & Seasonal Gifts.

10am-8pm

Rocky Neck Art Colony Main Street
Annual Winter Exhibit

11 am
Cape Ann Museum
Tour of the Elias Davis House with period “Winter Display” decorations for the Holidays by Gloucester Civic & Garden Council.

11 am
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
Church Tour

11 am
Gloucester City Hall
Live performance – The Lobstah Crackah preview

11 am-1 pm

Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
Chowder Lunch

11 am-2 pm
Gloucester City Hall

  • Tours of City Hall Tower on the half hour by Maggie Rosa, Chair of City Hall Restoration Committee.
  • Ring the bell for $100 donation.

12 pm
Trinity Congregational Church of Gloucester
The Heavenly Bell Choir performs Seasonal Music.

12 pm

Cape Ann Museum
Connie Richards and the Plum Cove Singers singing Holiday Songs

12-2 pm
Middle Street Trolley Rides
Narrated historical tour along with the Songbirds singing seasonal music, courtesy of CATA.

12:30 pm
Temple Ahavat Achim

Learn about Shabbot and tour the new temple

1 pm
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
Church Tour

1 pm
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
‘A Children’s Holiday’ with area churches children’s choirs.

1 pm

Gloucester City Hall

1:30 pm
Trinity Congregational Church of Gloucester
Louis Stella and Friends concert

1:30-3 pm

Sawyer Free Library
The Girl Next Door concert

2 pm
Cape Ann Museum
Tour of the Elias Davis House with period “Winter Display” decorations for the Holidays by Gloucester Civic & Garden Council.

2 pm
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
O’Maley Middle School Band and Gloucester High School Chorus perform.

2:30 pm

Gloucester City Hall
Saint Ann’s School Student Concert

5 pm

Cape Ann Art Haven
Annual Lobster Trap Tree Lighting at Police Station Plaza with a visit from Santa

7pm
Gloucester City Hall
Family Friendly Holiday ball featuring the Cape Ann big Band to benefit City Hall’s Restoration
($15 per person)

Participating business and organizations include:

When: Saturday, December 10, 2011 10:00am – 10pm

Location: Downtown Gloucester

Prices: Free

Phone:  978.283.9292

Email:  schtruant@verizon.net

Link(s):

Good Morning Gloucester Middle Street Walk Coverage

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2 Responses to Bill O’Connor At North Shore Kid Made The Middle Street Walk Event Schedule Web Friendly For Us

  1. Anonymous says:

    a community wide event indeed!

  2. Beth Welin says:

    Not sure who sent this out but it’s not correct. It has some of last year’s things on it. A complete and accurate schedule is being released later today.

    Middle Street Walk Committee

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