Beautiful and gorgeous drone video from Martin Del Vecchio, of Saint Peter’s Fiesta carnival lit up at night. Love this and thank you for sharing Martin!
On Wednesday was invited to take some photos of the summer menu at the 525. Most important I was able to sample the food. The food was amazing. Wish to thank the chefs and especially Catherine Hull for the opportunity to sample their incredible food.
For more information on the 525 please go directly to their website and their menu, hours and address. If you have a chance to yourself a favor and have a wonderful dinner and drinks at the 525.
A Guided Walking Tour
Get your art fix outside.
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a guided walking tour of select Gloucester houses made famous by American realist painter Edward Hopper on Friday, July 1 at 10:00 a.m. Tours last about 1 1/2 hours and are held rain or shine. Participants should be comfortable being on their feet for that amount of time. Cost is $10 for Cape Ann Museum members; $20 for nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Space is limited and reservations are required. Email email@example.com or call (978) 283-0455 x10 for more information or to reserve a space. This tour will be offered again on July 23, July 30, August 12 and August 27.
American realist painter Edward Hopper is known to have painted in Gloucester on five separate occasions during the summer months between 1912 and 1928. His earliest visit was made in the company of fellow artist Leon Kroll. During his second visit to Cape Ann in 1923, Hopper courted the young artist Josephine Nivison. He also began working in watercolor, capturing the local landscape and architecture in loosely rendered, light filled paintings. In 1924, Hopper and Nivison who were newly married returned to Gloucester on an extended honeymoon and continued to explore the area by foot and streetcar. During his final two visits to the area, in 1926 and 1928, Hopper produced some of his finest paintings. This special walking tour will explore the neighborhood surrounding the Museum, which includes many of the Gloucester houses immortalized by Hopper’s paintings.
The Trident Gallery presents
Pamela Ellis Hawkes
ARCHIVES AND ARTIFACTS
Reception: Saturday, July 9, 6-8pm
Show Dates: July 2-31
Three new series of photographs by Pamela Ellis Hawkes continue the artist’s sensuous and provocative exploration of the the history of art and the meanings of images in societies past and present. With a playful spirit, a sense of humor, and an unwavering eye for seductively mysterious beauty, she raises deep questions about the natures and interrelationships of visual representation, memory, value, possession, and pleasure. In the circus mirror of her art, we mistake the banal for the sublime, and the sublime is exposed as an imposter. Emerging from the funhouse, we find our pockets have been picked of some prejudgments, exchanged for the gift of seeing more authentically.
189 Main Street | Gloucester | Massachusetts
978-491-7785 | Trident.Gallery
Coco Berkman Selected as the
Third Summer Artist at
Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck
Reception: Saturday, July 2, 6 to 8 pm
Show Dates: June 29 – July 19, 2016
Long time Gloucester resident Coco Berkman was selected as the third Summer Artist in the Rocky Neck Art Colony’s Summer Artist Series at Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck. Her show opens on Wednesday, June 29 and continues until July 19, with the opening reception on Saturday, July 2, from 6-8 pm. The public is invited.
Inspired by literature, the natural world and the free play inherent in drawing, artist printmaker Coco Berkman creates images that delight her and hopefully others through the process of linoleum printmaking.
Berkan uses sharp Japanese tools to carve fine lines into soft surfaces, or draw scratchy lines into sheets of copper, zinc and plexiglass. She rolls thick sticky, messy ink onto these etched surfaces with a tool called a brayer and prints
those inked images onto clean crisp beautiful sheets of handmade papers with the help of a hand cranked Etching Press.
“This is my passion” says Berkman. “I am very grateful that I am able to indulge in this most serious and important work of PLAY.”
Berkman studied at Massachusetts College of Art, Monserrat College of Art, Museum School Boston, Frogman Press University of South Dakota, and the Art Students League in New York City and has taken workshops in San Francisco and Dublin,Ireland. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in Cape Ann and the North Shore and has received many awards and grants. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Art Complex Museum, Duxbury MA; Gloucester Writer’s Center; Common Crow, Gloucester; Dublin Writer’s Museum, Ireland; Prairie Lights Bookstore, Iowa City; and the Haruki Murakami Writer, Tokyo, Japan.
For more information about the show, please call Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck at 198-282-0917
Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck
53 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930
Gallery hours, Daily, 10:00-6:00 pm, ‘till 8pm Fridays and Saturdays
Public Sculpture Walking Tours
at the Cape Ann Museum
Get your art fix outside.
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present its Public Sculpture summer walking tour, Saturday, July 2, focusing on the public sculpture we see around us every day. Participants will learn about art, history and culture all while enjoying the beautiful summer breeze afforded by Gloucester’s harbor.
All tours begin at 10:00a.m. in front of the Cape Ann Museum. Guided walking tours are held rain or shine and last about 1½ hours; participants should be comfortable being on their feet for that amount of time. $10 Museum members; $20 nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Space is limited; reservations required. Call (978)283-0455 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Tickets can also be purchased online at Eventbrite.
Public Sculpture –July 2, July 9, August 13
Get up-close and personal with the sculptures you drive by every day. From works commemorating those who went to sea, to those who fought in war to those who changed the artistic landscape of Cape Ann forever—this walking tour will uncover the stories behind the public sculptures of Gloucester, including the unique processes of the artists who created them.
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It’s such a wonderful, fun time of year and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than a weekend long dance party. Yes, you read that right, three nights of straight dance party fun!
Friday: Party with the North Shore’s hottest cover band Moonraker. They cross all generations of music to put on an amazing show that you won’t want to miss.
Saturday: Hailing from Gloucester, Over the Bridge is all about bringing you the best in “FEEL GOOD MUSIC” with a bit of rock ‘n’ roll, hip hop and reggae. Working hard and playing even harder, these boys are sure to leave you wanting more…
Sunday: Quite possibly the #1 Dance Party Band EVER, Mo Bounce knows how to get the entire crowd on the dance floor and keep them there all night long. And, guess what? With Monday off for the holiday, you CAN dance all night!
Adventure members and friends are welcome to come and enjoy the Gloucester fireworks display from a front row seat aboard the Schooner Adventure.
The celebration starts after the Gloucester Horribles Parade. Mingle with members and friends as we view the Gloucester Fireworks from the harbor with Captain Stefan Edick at the helm. Guests are encouraged to bring your own picnic, pizza, and BYOB.
The ship will depart the dock at 8:15 PM. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before the departure time. Cost: $30
Visit http://schooner-adventure.org/event/fireworks-sail-for-adventure-members/ to register, or please call the office at 978-281-8079 or email email@example.com
Every year Colby Farms, in Newbury, MA plants a field of Sunflowers and if you want to smile…you’ve got to go! It’s a beautiful display and over the years I’ve seen many people there taking family photos or senior portraits. They are usually in bloom the end of August so stay tuned and I will let you know when they are ready! In the meantime the Farmstand has great things to offer over the summer so if you are in the area and want some fresh produce stop on by!
Pick #1: CATA TROLLEY FROM STAGE FORT PARK
I feel like I talk about this once a month or so because it is such a good take. Park at Stage Fort Park, for FREE mind you, hop on the trolley, tour the city, jump on and off all day long if you’d like, and then be delivered right back to your car at the end of the day. You can choose to simply take a ride for exactly one hour….or make a day of it by stopping at several of its destinations. What an easy way to get to Good Harbor Beach!
READ MORE HERE and also see the full schedule.
Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays 10:00-5:30
one way fare: $1
all day pass: $3 and children under 5 are free
Pick #2: The Horribles Parade!
Sunday, July 3rd
Free Concert on Stacy Boulevard begins between 5:00- 5:30 and resumes after the parade, the parade starts at 6:00 from the High School, and fireworks over the harbor at 9:30
Pick #3: Rockport’s 4th of July Parade
Rockport Firemen’s Parade begins at 6:00, Rockport Legion Band Concert on Back Beach after the parade, and the Bonfire at 9:00
As always, for a more comprehensive list of family activities, please visit our friends at North Shore Kid
Last Chance To See Award Winning Albatross At Gloucester Stage Company
The critically acclaimed Albatross by Matthew Spangler and Benjamin Evett runs through July 3 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA. The production has been receiving rave reviews and nightly standing ovations during it run in Gloucester. Inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s classic, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Albatross brings Coleridge’s tortured seaman into the present day to recount one man’s doomed journey on the open sea. A fast paced adventure filled with sea battles, storms, and ice-bound ships, Albatross uses visually thrilling stagecraft powered by the latest multimedia technology to bring The Mariner into the modern world. Directed by Rick Lombardo, this rollicking sea yarn features actor and co-author Benjamin Evett recreating his bravura 2015 Elliot Norton-winning solo performance of The Mariner in his Gloucester Stage debut. In 2015 Albatross enjoyed an acclaimed premiere at The Poets’ Theater in Boston winning two Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Production by a Small Theater and Outstanding Solo Performance. Following the limited engagement at GSC, Albatross will move to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August, 2016 and Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters in New York City in January, 2017.
Matthew Spangler and Benjamin Evett’s Albatross July 3rd at Gloucester Stage Company. Performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 pm. Single ticket prices are $28 to $38 with discounts available for Senior Citizens and Patrons 25 years old and under. Gloucester Stage Flex Passes for the 2016 Season are also on sale now. All performances are held at 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA. For more information about Gloucester Stage, or to purchase tickets, call the Box Office at 978-281-4433 or visit http://www.gloucesterstage.com.
Joey C ~
A place where non-profit Cape Ann organizations can post press releases directly and then those press releases will be reposted to http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com . This is not an advertising space for businesses, fitness or wellness organizations, or music listings.
The web address will be http://www.capeanncommunity.com
To have your community organization news posted here, contact Joey C who will grant access for you to post directly.
New Spaces/Old Places – Merging Contemporary Architecture with Historic Neighborhoods
Thursday, July 7
6:00 p.m. Reception; 7:00p.m. Panel Discussion
Join two of the regions top architects for a conversation on issues in contemporary architecture: Deborah Epstein (Epstein Joslin Architects, Inc.), one of the lead architects for the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, and Maryann Thompson (Maryann Thompson Architects), architect for the modern rebuild of Temple Ahavat Achim in Gloucester following the loss of the original building to fire in 2008. Epstein and Thompson will speak about the process each firm went through and the challenges they faced in the design and construction of new public buildings in an old New England community.
A cocktail reception will precede the architects’ panel discussion in the Design/Build: The Drawings of Phillips & Holloran, Architects exhibition gallery on the Museum’s third floor.
Member cost is $10 per lecture / $25 for the series; Non-member cost is $15 per lecture / $40 for the series. Reservations are required. To purchase tickets or for more information please call (978)283-0455 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets can also be ordered online at Eventbrite.
Not a member of the Museum? Join now and get discounted tickets to all our events!
Top left: Shaulin Liu Performance Center, Robert Benson. Top right: Temple Ahavat Achim, Chuck Choi.
Upcoming Design/Build Lecture:
Thursday, September 29 at 7:00 p.m.
Architect Eleanor Raymond: A Pioneer in the Field
Presented by Lyda Kuth
More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-
Join us the evening of FUN on Thursday, July 7 at the Floating Lotus Gloucester as Lanesville’s own Madame Onça O’Leary and Paul Garbanzo teach YOU to juggle or belly dance.
All ages are welcome and no experience is necessary. Just your enthusiasm.
Find more information here.
While Joey Ciolino Works his welding magic to make the frame on this classic Performer rock solid I’ve been cleaning the lid, gas assist cover and bottom rack.
First hit the lid with some dawn and 000 steel wool.
Before and After-
The Lid Vent Is Pretty Sweet Now-
The Gas Assist Cover Shined Up Nice With A Scotch Brite Pad
And Lastly The Bottom Grill Rack Buffed and Cleaned
After filming the 5k and the rides, I walked over to Pavilion Beach and caught a Seine boat practicing by the Greasy Pole in the very Fitz Henry Lane-like luminous atmosphere. It’s all captured on film and am fortunate that the one evening that I could film at the carnival, the twilight could not have been prettier. Viva!
Polyphmeus Moth update ~ The evening of the day that Jane’s female Polyphemus Moth emerged, she found two males outside the net enclosure eager to get in and meet the female. Amazingly, the wild males had found the captive female by the pheromones that she began to release soon after emerging from her cocoon. The purpose of the male’s large and feathery antennae is to detect the females pheromones. This is the natural biological world functioning as it should, but I still find it so interesting and extraordinary!
Jane opened the door for the males and in the morning, discovered the female and one of the males mating. They stay coupled together for about a day. The female will begin to oviposit eggs almost immediately.
Polyphemus Moth cocoon. The hole at the end is from where the moth emerged. The cocoon is constructed of leaves wrapped around a cushion of spun silk. In the photo you can see the leaf structure and silk.
Looks like it is coming out of Rafe’s Chasm.