Community Stuff 8/15/14
I can’t find call letters or abbreviations for Gloucester.
Rockport is RPT
OGUNQUIT IS OGT
MARBLEHEAD IS MHD
Does Gloucester have an abbreviation?
iartcolony is curating out of bounds 2014 – AUGUST 23, 2-5 PM
We are curating the most amazing exhibition — a dream team of artists from all over the world — 18 alumni and faculty of the School of Museum of Fine Arts. This exhibition is being hosted by the Rockport Art Association.
The opening reception, at the RAA, will be on August 23, 2-5 PM — Art New England will also be launching their JULY/AUGUST issue. This ANE issue featured a two page article on out of bounds 2014 — awarding the cover to one of our exhibiting artists, Judith Larsen, SHIMA 2013.
Bob and Jill Armstrong
NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION IS OFFERING EXCITING AND
INFORMATIVE GALLERY WALKS AND TALKS IN CONJUNCTION
WITH their exhibition: “Artists and The Cape Ann Experience,” 150 masterworks
from art collections around the country. Come learn about the far reaching influence
of Cape Ann artists on our American artistic heritage.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
“Artists and The Cape Ann Experience” Gallery Walks:
with Gloucester conservator and artist, Peter Tysver, Tuesday, August 26th.
with Rockport artist, Tom Nicholas, Tuesday, September 2nd.
with Gloucester artist, Paul Ciaramitaro, Tuesday, September 9th.
with Gloucester artist, David Curtis, Tuesday, September 16th.
All Walks are from 11 am to 12 Noon.
“Artists and The Cape Ann Experience” Gallery Talks:
with art expert Judy Curtis, Thursday, September 11th
with Gloucester artist, Charles Movalli, Thursday, September 18th.
All Talks are from 7 pm to 8 pm.
The North Shore Arts Association’s galleries are open, free to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
More information on all North Shore Arts Association events is available by visiting their website at http://www.nsarts.org, and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone 978 283-1857.
Thank you for supporting Relay For Life of Cape Ann!
Announcing big changes for 2015 Relay For Life!
As chairs of this year’s American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Cape Ann, we would like to thank everyone for their generosity and support. Twenty teams joined in this year’s Relay For Life and raised over $46,000 to help save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Despite the rain, there were smiles on everyone’s faces and we were so proud that Cape Ann was “United to Finish the Fight.”
We would like to thank the many Relay For Life volunteers, committee members, and teams who worked to make this year’s event a success. Our committee members were Nicole Bauke, Lorinda Canty, Carol Clark, Kathy Golemon, Brenda Leahy, Dan Leahy, Suzanne Leathers, Jane Noble, Paul Richards, Sam Santuccio, Donna Saunders, Audie Tarr and Lisa Zellenka. Their tireless efforts were invaluable.
Our top fundraising teams were:
· Family Ties $12,678
· Friends for Friends $7,112
· Christians for a Cure
(First Baptist Church) $6,642.43
· Rockin’ For a Cure $4,838.61
· Heaven Can Wait $4,149
Our top fundraising individuals were:
· Dexter Murray $4,935
· Jonathan Pratt $4,250
· Cindy Antonuk $2,539.53
· Suzanne Leathers $2,116.29
· Lisa Zellenka $1,983
We certainly want to thank our corporate sponsors: Dunkin Donuts; Addison Gilbert Hospital, a member of Lahey Health; Pratty’s C.A.V.; Cape Ann Sportsman’s Club; Vadala Real Estate; Amcomm Wireless and Proteus Industries for their support which made all of this possible.
The following businesses donated goods and/or services and/or hosted fundraising events for our teams: Elk’s Club at Bass Rocks, Mike’s Pizza, Azorean, Gloucester Rentals, Jalapeno’s, Cruiseport , Shaw’s, Stop & Shop, Cape Ann Coffees, City of Gloucester – DPW, Cape Ann Lanes, AGH Dining Services, Market Basket, Donut Jim’s, Audrey’s Flowers, Russell’s Florists, Magnolia Library, Domino’s, Magnolia House of Pizza, La Rosa’s/Nonni’s, Poseidon’s, and Leonardo’s, Yellow Sub and Jenny-Cakes. Our thanks to local media for promoting the Relay and our fundraisers: Good Morning Gloucester, Gloucester Daily Times, The Cape Ann Beacon and The Bridge.
The 2015 Relay For Life will be a new and exciting one for Cape Ann! We will be moving to the newly renovated Burnham’s Field in downtown Gloucester and changing the timeframe to allow more people to participate. The 2015 Relay For Life of Cape Ann will be Saturday, June 20 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m., ending with the Luminaria ceremony. It is our hope that the extended daytime hours, move to a weekend day and elimination of overnight hours will allow more people to participate. We invite all in the community to come out to celebrate, remember and fight back with us next June at Burnham’s Field!
We are in the process of putting together our event leadership team for 2015. Many exciting changes are in store for 2015 making it easier for more people to become involved in Relay For Life. If you would like to help make next year’s event an even bigger success and work toward the time we no longer hear the words “you have cancer,” please contact Darlene Riley at email@example.com.
We’ll be planning a fun event in late fall to kick off the 2015 Relay season… look for more info soon!
Darlene Riley and Kate Golemon
2014 Event Co-Chairs, Relay For Life of Cape Ann