Community Stuff Sunday
Cape Ann Brewing Co writes-
We will be hosting a Beer Dinner on Sunday, May 6th @ 6:30. 5 food courses prepared by our Head Chef Fernando DeSouza, paired with 5 beers from our Head Brewer Dylan L’AbbeLindquist. Also, Mr. Nathan Seavey & Friends will be providing some background jazz music during the dinner. Tickets are $50/pp or $45 if your a Mug Club Member. This will be a private event, closed to the public at 5, and I’m sure everyone who attends will see a different side of what we do here at the brewery! Thanks for the post!
Angela Cook writes-
Announcing Memories For Hope – When a family is faced with a life-threatening illness, everything changes. One diagnosis can completely turn life upside down. Suddenly the littlest moments become so much more precious. I want to help families in those difficult times by preserving some of those precious memories for them. With my new Memories for Hope program, Oasis Rockport will help families experiencing life-altering disease with no charge portrait sessions. Contact email@example.com for details.
Tom Bruno’s Trilogy Of Terror Free On Amazon Through Sunday
Now through Sunday I’ll be offering my three horror novellas for free
through the Amazon Kindle Store:
Thanks and go Sox!
NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION’S 90th SEASON OPENING EXHIBITS
The North Shore Arts Association will kick off its 90th Anniversary Season with its first Members’ Exhibition which will run May 5th through June 2nd. This exhibit will include all media with a wide variety of styles. The public is invited to an Awards Reception on Sunday, May 6th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
Coinciding with Members’ Exhibition I, the works of Sharon Jordan Bahosh will be displayed in the Gordon Grant Room. This show will run from May 5th – May 24th.
Also from May 5th- May 24th, artist Steve Kennedy will display his latest works in a solo exhibition of paintings.
In addition to its five Member Exhibitions and six solo and small works shows, NSAA will highlight its 90th Season with an Anniversary Exhibit of founding artists and early artist members, as well as an exhibit by the International Society of Experimental Artists. Throughout this exciting season which runs May-October, many special lectures, demonstrations, workshops and programs will be offered to celebrate NSAA’s 90th Anniversary, a truly historic milestone!
North Shore Arts Association has a thriving artist membership of over 350 contemporary artists recognized nationally and worldwide. They come not only from Cape Ann, but throughout North America.
NSAA’s historic old building, located at 11 Pirates Lane in Gloucester, provides the opportunity to view one of the largest collections of paintings and sculpture on Cape Ann.
North Shore Arts Association is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sundays from Noon to 5:00 pm. In addition to exhibitions, NSAA also offers demonstrations, workshops, lectures, critiques, an art auction and more. Please call 978-283-1857 or visit http://www.nsarts.org for more information.
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present Flying Enterprises: Cape Ann Arts,
Crafts and Literary Festivals of the Early 1950s, an illustrated talk by
Gloucester resident and local historian Mary Rhinelander McCarl on Saturday,
April 21 at 3:00 p.m. in the Folly Cove Auditorium. This program is included
with admission, reservations are required. To make a reservation or for more
information, please call Jeanette Smith at 978-283-0455, x11 or email
Please see attached note about an upcoming program at the Cape Ann Museum.
Image credit: Walker Hancock, 1977. Collection of the Cape Ann Museum.
Temple Ahavat Achim
Invites Mothers and children to make Challah
Looking for something special to do with your child this Mother’s Day? Have you ever wanted to learn how to bake Challah, the special and delicious Jewish bread? Come join our expert bakers and teachers at Temple Ahavat Achim to learn how to roll, braid, and bake a delicious Challah!
Families of all backgrounds are invited to join! Come at 10 am for the Challah baking class and stay for a special Jewish song session called Shira at 11:30.
For more information, please contact our Director of Congregational Learning and Programming, David Wesson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the temple office, 978-281-0739.
Temple Ahavat Achim 86 Middle St. Gloucester.
Gloucester Public Schools Fuller School Building Survey
The Gloucester Public School District has a tradition of reaching out to the community for input before making major decisions. Once again, the school district is reaching out for your help.
The Gloucester School Committee is considering what to do with the Fuller School site. This building is presently underused. It currently houses the preschool program, and the transportation and administrative offices. The rest of the building is unoccupied. The question the School Committee must answer is whether the building is needed by the school district for any future educational use. If the building is declared surplus, the School Committee would be reaffirming its commitment to local, smaller elementary schools and the city will decide its future use.
This survey is part of the larger citywide discussion about what should be done with the Fuller School Site. The School Committee is reaching out to all members of the community so that everyone has an opportunity to express their views. Input generated from this survey will be used, along with input from other sources, to help the School Committee make an informed decision.
Brought to you by the Rocky Neck Art Colony…..
ALL ARE WELCOME ON SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1-4 pm at THE CULTURAL CENTER AT
ROCKY NECK (former Christian Science Church, 6 Wonson St.). Come join
us for a fun afternoon of food, music, great company, info about the
building’s acquisition and plans, and help to paint the wainscotting
in the main hall – hope to see you there!