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Cape Ann Museum Holiday Bazaar

One of our local treasures, the Cape Ann Museum, had their Holiday Bazaar. The museum’s gift shop was present, of course: I really liked these “lynzariums“: “Each lynzarium is a uniquely designed piece of art containing found natural elements. prices … Continue reading

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News from the proposed Downtown Gloucester Cultural District coordinating group

Catherine Ryan writes- Dear Joey, The November 13, 2012 CITY COUNCIL vote was UNANIMOUS to endorse the establishment of the proposed Downtown Gloucester Cultural District. The DGCD coordinating group thanks the Councilors, our City Clerk, and the more than 30 … Continue reading

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Reminder About Greg and Francie Bover’s FREE Concert and Demonstration ~ TONIGHT!

Not to be missed! This evening at 7:00 pm in the Lane Gallery at the Cape Ann Museum Francie and Greg Bover are giving a free concert and presentation celebrating the decades-long project of the building of Francie’s beautiful harpsichord. … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Museum – Music in the Courtyard

Wonderfully talented Gloucester native Mari Martin was singing jazz in the courtyard of the Cape Ann Museum this past Friday from 4 to 5PM, accompanied by bass and keyboard. Here is a slideshow of the event: You can see the … Continue reading

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City Hall Weathervane in 1989 before She Was First Hoisted Atop City Hall From The Infamous Fred Buck

photo courtesy Cape Ann Museum Fred writes- joey – here’s the schooner with a broken mast on top of city hall.  the copper model was created by washburn on rt. 114 in 1989 and donated to the city by the … Continue reading

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After Hours at the Cape Ann Museum

If you were not at the Cape Ann Museum Summer “After Hours” event last Thursday, August 16, you really missed out!  This museum is one of the under-recognized jewels in Cape Ann’s cultural crown. There was great music, great food from Alchemy, … Continue reading

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Allen Estes at the Cape Ann Museum

This was a free concert at the Cape Ann Museum, last Friday at 4PM. It was originally planned to be outdoors, but due to the threat of rain, it was held indoors. It was great! At the end I bought … Continue reading

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Chickity Check It! Cape Ann Museum’s Got A Brand New Designed website

Melissa Garabedian writes- Hey Joey! Congrats on being named BONS Best Blog Editors Choice and Best Blog Readers Choice – well deserved! I’m sure you’ve probably already saw it, but Cape Ann Museum launched a new website which we are … Continue reading

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Well Looky Which Local Museum Just Stepped Into The 21st Century With A Twitter Account- Cape Ann Museum- Follow ‘Em Suckas

If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a thousand times- if you have a local business or organization and you aren’t doing the social media thing- you are neglecting your business or organization.  Twitter is 140 characters for post.  … Continue reading

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Public School Students’ Art at the Cape Ann Museum

Here are some photos of the elementary school childrens’ art on display at the Cape Ann Museum as a part of the “Gloucester Public School District Arts Festival” on Saturday, May 12.  The museum put a lot of work into … Continue reading

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Photos of the Cape Ann Museum Park and Sculpture Garden opening

Yesterday, we had perfect weather for the opening ceremony for the Cape Ann Museum Park and Sculpture Garden – here are some photos! -Fr. Matthew Green

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An Evening with Mark Kurlansky at the Cape Ann Museum

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CALLING ALL DOGTOWN FAMILY PHOTOS!

CALLING ALL DOGTOWN FAMILY PHOTOS! Collection of the Cape Ann Museum. In conjunction with its upcoming exhibition of works by 20th century artist Marsden Hartley, the Cape Ann Museum has put out a call for snapshots taken by Cape Ann … Continue reading

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Slideshow of Debbie Clark’s demonstration at the Cape Ann Museum

The demonstration was fascinating.  Debbie’s creative process is very free and spontaneous – which works, I think, because she has developed great skill and has lots of talent!  She described how the some of materials she uses often change over … Continue reading

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FOB Deb Clarke Gallery Demonstration At Cape Ann Museum Saturday March 31st

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a gallery demonstration with artist Debbie Clarke on Saturday, March 31 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Clarke’s residency will take place … Continue reading

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The Launching Of Our Grandfather “Captain Joe Ciaramitaro” First Dragger The Ben and Josephine

The Infamous One Found this courtesy the Archives At The Cape Ann Museum.  It was listed in The Atlantic Fisherman, April,1941 As I’ve said at least a hundred times now, if you haven’t gone to the Cape Ann Museum whether … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Museum New Pocket Park Panorama

I ran into Bob Hastings just after taking this shot.  I still can’t believe there were people fighting this.  I guess it shouldn’t surprise me but thank goodness common sense prevailed.

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22,819,054 lbs of Fish Landed In 120 Trips- Our Grandfather Captain Joe Featured In Atlantic Fisherman Magazine 1952

Courtesy Fred Buck at The Cape Ann Museum To compare this and put some perspective to this accomplishment you can compare that 22,819,054 he landed to the total number of all groundfish landings in one year by all boats in … Continue reading

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Saint Ann’s Bell Tower – Without A Net! Photos Forwarded By The Infamous Fred Buck From The Archive’s At the Cape Ann Museum

The Infamous One Writes- joey – here’s a few photos from the cape ann museum archives dating from november 1946.  they were taken by norman swett, a bridgetender at the cut bridge, who was also a very active and accomplished … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Museum UPCOMING EVENTS: NOVEMBER 12-13

ILLUSTRATED TALK Near Andersonville: Winslow Homer’s Civil War Saturday, November 12 at 3:00 p.m. Winslow Homer, Near Andersonville, 1865-1866. Courtesy of the Newark Museum. Peter Wood, Professor Emeritus of History at Duke University, offers a fresh look at Winslow Homer’s … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Museum presents Family Fun Day on the second Saturday of the month

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a drop-in program for families with young children on the second Saturday of each month. Family fun day includes free admission for family members all day, family gallery guides for our exhibitions, … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget To Go See Our Boy Greg Bover At Cape Ann Museum Saturday October 29th

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The Infamous Fred Buck adds To The Photo Story of The Filming of “Bride 13” On Salt Island

joey – these are some of the museum photos of the "bride 13" filming on salt island.  a,b,c are from the treasure chest left to the museum by gloucester high history teacher myrtle cameron.  d&e are from a photo album … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Museum After Hours

Tonight was the first of many CAMafterhours. Art, Music, Wine & Cheese. What more can you ask for? Cheese & wine from Savour Wine & Cheese and music from The Modern Kitchen Trio. Tonight was  a success so be on … Continue reading

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