December 6, 2017 – more photos to come!
Hundreds of guests streaming in to enjoy the 10th Annual Women’s Luncheon, Cape Ann Museum’s wonderful annual benefit to help raise funds for a unique collections-related project.
Ahead of the lunch, happy guests are viewing the stunning wallpaper in the Davis house,l– acquired with support from last year’s luncheon–, current exhibitions, and holiday shopping in the museum’s boutique shop.
New to the gift shop- custom sampler
The 2017 luncheon campaign will support “the purchase and installation of historically accurate carpeting in the Captain Elias Davis House, a Federal style structure built in 1804…Carpet for this project will be made by the Grosvenor Wilton Company Ltd. founded in 1790.”
Photo – Davis House before carpet
The 10th Annual Women’s Luncheon welcomes Melissa Geisler Trafton, an art historian specializing in 19th century landscape painting, as the special speaker. Trafton was the Adjunct Curator and Managing Editor for the museum’s momentous Fitz Henry Lane Online and wrote one of the essays in the exhibition catalog for the current exhibition: Drawn from Nature & on Stone: The Lithographs of Fitz Henry Lane.
Mike Springer photograph for Gloucester Daily Times “Olivia Heasley rehearses a scene in “Be Our Guest” a musical revue at O’Maley Middle School…Dinner and drama: Performance meal to benefit O’Maley Academy 18 (after school) clubs”
- Tickets: $10 adults, $5 kids and seniors, $20 per family, includes dinner and medley of Broadway musicals and drama
- Date: Thursday May 4, 2017
- Time: 6PM
- Where: O’Maley
- O’Maley Drama Club O’Maley Academy
ShamRock & Roll ~ Orville Giddings Band
this Saturday, March 12th
6:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Tickets: $15 advance; $20 at the door
Call to reserve: 978-356-2560
Event includes a Can Food Drive for The Open Door
– Bring Can Goods with you-
Ascension Memorial Church, Dorman Gym
31 County Street, Ipswich
Free Snacks/Cash Bar (beer, wine)
PLUS: Irish-theme Raffle Items!
Preview Party for Artists and their Guests tonight at Art in the Barn 25th Annual Art in the Barn Benefit and Sale
25th Annual Art in the Barn Benefit Exhibit and Sale, 82 Eastern Avenue, Essex,MA
Friday, June 13, 2014 Opening Reception 6-8:30 PM
“Join us for a night full of live music from E.J. Ouellette and Crazy Maggy and refreshments from the Flatbread Pizza Mobile Oven, The Woo(pie) Wagon and Ipswich Ale Beer Truck.”
Friday,June 13 10AM to 4PM
Saturday,June 14 10 AM – 6PM
Sunday , June 15 10AM – 4PM
One time parking fee $5 a car.
Photos Alice Gardner
Jun 7 at 6:00pm to Jun 8 at 12:00am
65 Main St Rear (20 Rogers St),
6:30-7:00 Three Sheets To The Wind
7:15-7:45 Ralph Fatello & The Nor’easters
8:00-8:30 Inge Berge
9:30-10:00 Cripple Cove Quartet
10:00-11:00 Girl On Top
11:00-12:00AM Drive- A Tribute To The Cars
Great raffle prizes, T-shirts, guest bartender and all kinds of fun stuff. $10 at the door.
Phone (978) 281-6565
Yes, this band is indeed awesome. Not that I’m biased or anything. Of course the fact that the band is made up of my brother, niece and two nephews doesn’t influence my love for their music. Not at all, I swear (well…maybe just a bit). But it is true that I really think that anyone who digs roots music will find Daniel Dye & the Miller Road Band’s live show to be just as awesome as I do. They are playing this Thursday, March 13th at the Rockport Community House, with proceeds to benefit the work of Rockport Festivals, the group that puts together the Rockport Farmers Market, HarvestFest and Motif No.1 Day in downtown Rockport.
The Coffeehouse will feature the delicious coffee of Brothers’ Brew and give community members a chance to connect with the folks of Rockport Festivals. Opportunities to sign up to volunteer with the festivals and Farmers Market will be on hand, and we look forward to meeting up with our friends and neighbors and kicking off the spring after a long, cold, snowy winter.
Daniel Dye & the Miller Road Band are making a stop in Rockport on their Northeast mini-tour in support of their new album and feature a mix of original tunes in the style of indie-folk, Americana and roots music, playing everything from the fiddle, cello, viola, harmonica, mandolin, guitar, banjo to the melodica.
Please call me at 978-546-2861 or email email@example.com if you need any more information, and we’ll see you Thursday in Rockport!
The fun filled evening kicks off with a cocktail hour with an open bar and appetizers and a special preview performance of musical selections sung by the cast from Gloucester Stage’s season opening production of the Tony Award winning musical Spring Awakening followed by a buffet dinner, silent auction, a performance by acclaimed local singer/songwriter Chelsea Berry. The evening concludes with a dancing to the music of of DJ Sam Lurie of Total Control Entertainment. Get your tickets today, help support Gloucester Stage Company.
Chasing Ice Movie at Community Cinema to Benefit Maritime Gloucester
The award winning documentary Chasing Ice will be showing on Sunday, January 27th at 6pm at Cape Ann Community Cinema, as a benefit to support the marine science and environmental programs at Maritime Gloucester.
Chasing Ice is the story of one man’s mission to gather evidence of climate change. Using time-lapse cameras, his videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. The trailer can be found at www.chasingice.com . It has been nominated for several independent film festival awards in the documentary and cinematography categories.The movie was recently awarded Best Documentary at the 22nd Annual Awards of the Environmental Media Association and received an academy award nominee for best original song.
Cape Ann Community Cinema is located at 21 Main Street in Gloucester. Tickets for the movie may be purchased at the door or in advance at http://capeanncinema.wordpress.com/advance-tickets/
Good morning All,
Just thought I’d shard this with all of you in case you are interested or if you know someone else who may be that you could pass it onto. This boat raffle will benefit the wife and three young boys of my late brother, Michael Smith. Mike was a Gloucester firefighter who valiantly battled cancer and unfortunately passed away this past July. There will be 175 tickets sold.
· TEAM SMITTY BOAT RAFFLE! We will be raffling my brothers boat off on November 3rd! 1999, 24′ Wellcraft Walkaround, includes trailer. Estimated book value is $12,500 – $15,000. Tickets are $100 each and includes a gathering at the St. Peter’s Club for the drawing. Let me know if you need a ticket!
If you are not a boater, win it and sell it…..it will go quick if priced right! It is a nice boat that gave Mike and his family endless pleasure!! Thanks to all who have already gotten back to us and have begun to buy tickets.
My best always,
Call 978-879-8877 to het your tickets
“Cameron’s Feast”, a benefit dinner organized by Henry Allen at The Annie for to support both The Annie and the Brain Candy Foundation, was a great success on Monday night. The food was great, and the performances of song, dance, and poetry (by Henry and his friends, colleagues and students) were inspiring!
The event was held on what would have been Cameron’s birthday. He died from brain cancer four years ago, but his courage, hope, and desire to make a difference in the world, are still alive through the “ripple effect” he has had. Henry spoke movingly about Cameron and the initiatives that were born during and after Cameron’s fight with cancer. Great things are happening thanks to Cameron!
For a slideshow of photos, click here:
Bikini Speedo Dodgeball Coverage on Boston TV stations
I thought people might be interested in the clips of the Bikini Speedo Dodgeball Tournament that ran on Boston television stations.
Here is the segment that ran on WBZ Channel 4.
Here is the segment that ran on FOX 25 TV=
The FOX clip has a nice interview with Noah from The Farm Bar & Grille. But the best part is the impromptu dance party in the same clip by my friends Heather Fraelick and Gina Briguglio. Somebody call Dancing with the Stars!
I’m putting on a crafts fair to benefit the O’Maley School on Sat. March 26, 2011. I have about 10 spaces available at $50 (6′ table and chairs included) for anyone who makes anything other than jewelry and doll clothes.
Contact Ann Caulton at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 978-281-5871.
Thank you for your help in this matter.
Warm regards, Ann