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A couple of our boats, the Dominatrix, The Michael D and Pier 7 Marina in this shot from the State Fish Pier
Mt Pleasant Cemetery?
Is this Lobster Cove?
Another Shot Of The Gloucester MA State Fish Pier
Annisquam Yacht Club
Thanks Bex for the reminder!
This family came to town to dine at Jalapeno Restaurant
Couple from Paris France visit couple in Manchester-By-The-Sea and enjoy a Fall Day in Gloucester.
Shooting Tonight At East Gloucester School, and East Gloucester Richdale, Here’s Shots Of The Production Equipment In The Old Bob’s Clam Shack Parking Lot On East Main St.
Tonight in the Beacon Marine boatyard I found gearhead Sam and his crew “reconfiguring” the cameras for Matt Damon’s Indie movie Manchester-by-the-Sea. They are filming in many North Shore locations until the end of April.
Photos © Kathy Chapman 2015
Remember that glove you lost yesterday? It’s been found! Now you just need to remember where this is… Your welcome.
Treed Glove… Gloved Tree?
There is more to Manchester than a beach and the Harbor…
North Street, Manchester MA
Heading out of town for a few days but want to wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Christmas Tree on the Harbor
Going passed the Manchester Historical Society, if you are very lucky, you can see the Nutcrackers standing guard… They appear only to those who can see beyond the streets and houses…
Nutcrackers at the Historical Society
The Episcopal Emmanuel Church in Manchester will be offering two services on Christmas Eve. The Family Service at 4:00PM and the Communion Service at 6:00 PM. This is a small (small!) but beautiful church usually open in summertime and sometimes for special occasions. Services are held in the summer every Sunday from June through September at 10:00 AM. The Church is located on Masconomo Street in Manchester.
As another snow storm moves in the view from Lobster Cove in Manchester changes one day to the next.
Came to find out that Sergeant Todd Fitzgerald had a lot to do with the creation of the Manchester Police Department’s contribution to the Festival of Trees. He designed, gathered all the adornments and placed everything on the tree. (Said he got the parking tickets out of my car…). He did say that someone else had to make the bow for him! Very creative.
Sergeant Todd Fitzgerald
Sunday evening was the official lighting of the Friendship Tree and the 24 trees in The Festival of Trees on Manchester’s Town Hall Common. A huge crowd had packed into the Congregational Church (SRO) for a 3:00 PM concert of Christmas songs and music, and then spilled out to fill the Town Hall Common and see the trees lit. They joined an already growing crowd who came for just the Tree Lighting and everyone brought the kids!
The Friendship Tree Lights!
Followed by the Festival of Trees!
With the busy weekend underway, Santa made his way to Town and the Community Center for pictures with all each of the kids, the Historical Society Home put on its Christmas best, and the Boy Scouts, Troop 3, were selling trees, wreaths and Evergreen rope!
Santa thanks his helpers
Santa thanking some Elves
Santa ready to spread some cheer..
Line forms for picture taking
Manchester Historical Society
Men at Work