Satellite Beach is south of Cape Canaveral on Florida’s East Coast. I hope the two will be passing through Cape Ann waters on their migration northward!
VIDEOGRAPHER RYAN CLAPPER WRITES, “A North Atlantic right whale and her calf. Filmed 2/24/19 AT Satellite Beach. Zoomed in and cropped footage. The mom and her calf played for a while until a boat scared them away. This video has been shared with the FWC.”
IMAGE OF RIGHT WHALE AND CALF COURTESY WIKICOMMONS MEDIA
PLEASE COME TONIGHT AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR GLOUCESTER’S PIPING PLOVERS
Where: Gloucester City Hall, Kyrouz Auditorium
When: 7pm tonight
Poster by Meadow Anderson
CAPE ANN SYMPHONY
THE 67th SEASON
Yoichi Udagawa, Music Director
CAPE ANN SYMPHONY CONTINUES 67th SEASON WITH
BRADSHAW, BEETHOVEN, MOZART&BASS
Cape Ann Symphony continues the orchestra’s 67th Concert Season on Sunday, March 24 at 2:00 pm at the Manchester-Essex High School Auditorium on 36 Lincoln Street in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA with Bradshaw, Beethoven, Mozart & Bass featuring Gloucester-based composer Robert J. Bradshaw’s Norman’s Woe and the CAS debut of guest artist pianist Jonathan Bass playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21. Bradshaw’s Norman’s Woe is inspired by the well-known Cape Ann Reef, immortalized inLongfellow’s poem Wreck of the Hesperus. Renowned virtuoso piano soloist Jonathan Bass gave his New York debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall as the first-prize winner of the 1993 Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition. He appears frequently throughout the United States including with the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall, China, Japan, Israel, Poland, Spain and Russia. The concert program also includes the orchestra playing Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2. For tickets and information, call 978-281-0543 or visit www.capeannsymphony.org.
Photos: Bass, Bradshaw, Udagawa in CAS March Concert
Photo 1: Guest Artist, Pianist Jonathan Bass. Courtesy Photo
Photo 2: Composer, Gloucester’s Robert J. Bradshaw. Courtesy Photo
Photo 3: Cape Ann Symphony Conductor and Music Director Yoichi Udagawa . Photo: Jeph Ellis
The winter clouds are beautiful even on a windy Monday. I barely could stand with the wind yesterday. Always fun.
March 2 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Harborlight welcomes you to experience our third annual Cultural Festival! This year guests can travel the halls on a journey through Spain, Peru, Australia, India, Mexico, China, Nigeria, Morocco, and the Azores. Also make a stop along the way to engage in both art and stories from around the world. Grab your passport at the main entrance and begin your adventure!
Have your passport stamped in each country while enjoying art, crafts, recipes, and activities from a variety of cultures. The morning will end with live entertainment. An amazing group of youth performers from the Chinese Folk Art Workshop will perform a traditional dragon dance, a Diablo yo-yo performance, and leave time for hands-on demonstrations. There is a suggested donation of just $10 per family and baked goods available for purchase. Full for the whole family!
Learn more HERE
Watch the video below to view some of last year’s Cultural Festival.
It looks like a hawk couple have decided to nest in our backyard! We are excitedly watching for progress. This is the hawk couple. We think they are Red Tails but are open for opinions from those with better knowledge.