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Snowy April Fools Day scenes from Niles Beach, the Greasy Pole, City Hall, backshore, Bass Rocks, Good Harbor Beach, Fitz Henry Lane house, and more.
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Last of the 2016 super moon trifecta, the December Frost Moon (also called Full Cold Moon and Long Night’s Moon by Native Americans) was the brightest moon of the year according to the Farmer’s Almanac. Whatever called, it was stunning to watch as it went down over Gloucester’s skyline on Tuesday morning.
So grateful for the calls and emails related to the arts hotline: email@example.com.
The first business to respond to arts hotline was ZEKE’S.
FREE shared studio spaces are available downtown within the historic Fitz Henry Lane house:
- on the second floor; approx 6 feet by 10 feet; carved out space within landmark Schooner Adventure headquarters
- on the first floor; approx 6 x 10 feet; carved out shared space within Sail GHS office
- email sefatia4arts@gloucester-ma-gov if you’re interested in signing up for one of the shared studio spaces
- Sail GHS has also extended a generous offer to bring artists sailing who may want to be out on the water for their plein air work
enjoyed the post last eve of the Fitz Hugh Lane house. So glad it was saved. Remember playing in that neighborhood when their was an active community there with streets and houses all around. i think they used to call it the old stone jug. Almys was on main street and the Bradford hotel. It would be interesting to see photos of the entire neighborhood prior to the fire.