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The “never ending” was my favorite part of the Gloucester Schooner Festival/Labor Day fireworks, but it was all super spectacular. An adorable little girl, Belle, was standing next to me while filming the fireworks. At one point during the show Belle asked her Mom if the sharks and mermaids were watching the fireworks 🙂
Rick and I had a great day on Saturday visiting the Rocky Neck Railway and seeing the Columbia, The Ardelle going by and then we went Maritime Gloucester where this event was hopping with all sorts of great vendors and lots of people. After that we went kayaking in Gloucester Harbor. The Schooners were in full sail. It was an amazing day. Look forward to the parade of sail on Sunday morning.
Oh what a day on Sunday. Rick and I were on the Lady Jillian for the Parade of Sails. Took over 600 photos but here is one of my favorites. Thank you Manny for laughs on the Lady Jillian.
- Walk the paths of Cape Ann’s early settlers, from 1728 to 1755, as they journeyed through the woods of Dogtown to Sunday Meeting.
- We invite people of all ages to join in any or all parts of this commemorative event.
- Sunday, September 25th, 2016, 8:30 a.m.
- Living History Devotional and Breakfast at the Annisquam Village Church
- 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
- Guided hike* along historic Dogtown path from the Village Church to the Rockport Congregational Church. Refreshments, music, and dramatic surprises along the way!
- Designated exit points and transportation will allow for an optional shorter hike.
- *Children under 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Protective clothing and insect repellent is very highly recommended. All hikers must sign a waiver of liability.
- 12:00 noon
- Living History Devotional and Lunch at the Rockport Congregational Church
- For more info ~ Kathleen, 978-283-6416 or Kristina, 978-509-4995
Kathleen Adams, Music Director
Annisquam Village Church