GloucesterCast 327 With Captain Joe Sanfilippo, Pat Dalpiaz, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith, and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 3/18/19


GloucesterCast 327 With Captain Joe Sanfilippo, Pat Dalpiaz, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith, and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 3/18/19


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Topics Include:


Introduction To Basic Net Mending

Introduction To Basic Net Mending

Saint Patrick’s Day In Gloucester


Adventureman Update

Mayor Sefathia Answers Tourist Query About Missing Fisherman’s Statue

International Seafood Show

Pat got a Yi Lite Camera and did her first timelapse

Kim’s Butterfly Excursion Mexico

Congratulations To Rockport HS Drama Club For Making The Finals Of Dramafest (first time since 2002)

Cape Ann Symphony Concert Coming Up Sunday March 24th In Manchester By The Sea- More info here

Harborlight Montessori Golden Gooose Awards Performing At Gloucester Stage March 22 and 23 Info on




Thru March 30 | Donna Ardizzoni, Leslie Galacar among 18 artists in 3rd annual Cape Ann Through Artists’ Eyes exhibit at Manchester Historical Museum

Installation views of the 3rd annual Cape Ann Through Artists’ Eyes spring show and sale at Manchester Historical Museum. The 2019 exhibiting Cape Ann artists are: John Abisamra; Barby Almy; Donna Ardizzoni; Bob Allia; Mary Barker; Jessica Biker; Martha Parrish Chapman; Kathleen Chrzanowski; Kathleen Connelly; Melissa Cox, ; Bonnie Faulkner; Leslie Galacar; Ann Guyer; Olga Hayes; Fred Kepler; Ken King; Gary Linder; and Mike Storella.

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from Beth Welin:

The Manchester Historical Museum  invites visitors to explore scenes of Cape Ann at the 3rd annual spring exhibit and art sale – Cape Ann through Artists’ Eyes. See the creative work on display featuring paintings and photography by eighteen local artists. This free exhibit runs through March during the Museum’s regular hours: Tuesdays – Fridays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. with a closing reception on Saturday, March 30 (10:00 am -1:00 pm). 

Once Upon A Contest Selections from Cape Ann Reads opens April 6, 2019.

Director Beth Welin explains that two community exhibitions are scheduled each year along with permanent and special exhibits. Manchester’s 375th Anniversary is 2020. For more info contact the Manchester Historical Museum by phone at 978-526-723, e-mail at, or visit their website at



Stopping to film inside the church in the center of Macheros, we were delighted to see this lovely poster for Saint Joseph’s Day – Día de San José – Viva San Giuseppe! 

Día de San José


You are cordially invited to join us at our Gloucester workshop to celebrate the creation of a new pipe organ. See and hear Opus 153, tour the shop, and learn about the art and craft of organ building. We look forward to seeing you then–

Saturday, April 6
2 pm – 6 pm

C.B. Fisk, Inc.
21 Kondelin Road
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
978 283-1909 •

OPUS 153


3 manuals • 39 stops • 34 independent voices
(1:16 scale model shown)

Spring Has Sprung

Celebrant and Folklorist Rose Sheehan will lead a lighthearted celebration of the Vernal Equinox and the Return of Spring at the Magnolia Library and Community Center on Sunday, March 24 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Drawing on the seasonal wisdom found in nature, mythology and folk customs, Rose will weave a mix of games, crafts, story and song throughout the afternoon. The celebration is appropriate for all ages. There is a suggested sliding scale of $5 to $15 per person.
We will meet upstairs in the Richardson Suite.
For more information, contact Rose at

Magnolia Library & Community Center

1 Lexington Avenue

Gloucester, Magnolia, MA  01930


Sunday at 3 PM – 4 PM

Vernal Equinox Bell Ringing

On Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 the 5th annual Vernal Equinox Bell Ringing will be celebrated in honor of global peace and care for the planet. Declared by proclamation in 1970 by United Nations Secretary General U Thant, the Vernal Equinox recognizes that “We are one human family and have only one Earth”.

The Community is invited to participate in celebrating the Vernal Equinox and recognizing local and global environmental champions. The program takes place from 5:00-6:00pm and features the ringing of the Gloucester UU Church’s Paul Revere Bell at 5:58pm, the moment of the equinox. Simultaneous events will take place with the ringing of the Peace Bell at the United Nations headquarters in New York, NY and Vienna, Austria, and at other locations around the world.

This is a family event and is open to the public

@InnovateGlosta Crushing The Local Seafood Marketing At @bostonseafood

Extreme Gloucester Fishing Introduction To Basic Net Mending


To Basic Net Mending

This Extreme Gloucester Fishing Introduction To Basic Net Mending is designed for people who seek skills necessary to repair torn fishing netting. This class will cover all types of fishing nets used in commercial fishing, learn local terminology used in net mending and the tools needed to perform the task. We will also discuss hands on methods and knots.

Please join Captain Joseph Sanfilippo                              Thursday March 28th 6:30-9:00

Wheelhouse Cowork, 189 Main Street, Suite 3, Gloucester, MA

Tickets available at $40.00

A Night at the Races Fundraiser

Cape Ann Community

The Gloucester Rotary Club invites the public to attend their FUNdraising event – “A Night at the Races” on Friday, March 29, at Cruiseport Gloucester, located at 6 Rowe’s Wharf in Gloucester. Doors open at 6:30 pm. All proceeds from this event will support local and international programs of the Gloucester Rotary.

A Night at the Races promises to be a fun-filled evening for adults with all the suspense and excitement of being at the racetrack. High quality, video-taped horse races are narrated from start to finish by lively announcers. During the evening there will be complimentary hors d’oeuvre, a cash bar, and variety of raffles. At various points during the evening, betters will be able to use their winnings to bid on merchandise and services that have been donated for the event. For the most fun, reserve a table – bring a group. Tickets are $10 per person and…

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