Podcast episode on Gloucester’s Howard Blackburn
Every year, hundreds of Gloucester fishermen went to sea and never returned. Howard Blackburn should have been one of them. His story of survival against the odds made him a local hero, but he didn’t stop there. He went on to perform one of the great feats of seafaring – and then he did it again.
New Book from Sandy Bay Historical Society
Joey, Please post this notice of our Book Launch Celebration.
Many local writers telling War Stories, Gloucester stories and more..
Books will be available for great Christmas Gifts.
Program is free and open to the public.
I will be telling my husband’s WWII stories and about
my dad, A Gloucester Fishermen.
Don’t miss the Annual Church Fair at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Gloucester on Saturday, December 9, 2017, 9 AM- 2 PM, 10 Church St. Gloucester, MA
The Unitarian Universalist Church is a partner location for the Middle Street Walk also held on December 9th.
Highlights of the fair include: Visit with Santa, Breakfast [muffins, donuts, bagels, coffee, tea, juice]
Lunch [clam chowder, vegetarian chili, sandwiches, soda, water], Cookie Walk, Bake Table, Books, Brad’s Unique Boutique, Equal Exchange coffee and chocolate, Grace Center cards & photos, many Artisan Tables, S’mores on the front lawn, Concert by Gloucester High School Chorus, Tour of the Gloucester Meeting House and Caroling
For more information contact our church administrator at (978) 283-3410 or email@example.com
Check out our web site at www.gloucesteruu.org and like us on Facebook
See you at the UU Church Fair!