On the cover of A Primitive Place Christmas Issue 2020 magazine to be released November 15th is the historic home of Johanne Cassia and Frank Wiedenmann, Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Rogers and Brown (Nathaniel Rust) House (1665-1723). To preorder this magazine or any of the back issues, please visit their website at www.aprimitiveplace.org.
American folk artist and proprietor, Johanne Cassia runs her teaching studio, shop, and gallery, Olde Ipswich Shop & Gallery: Gifts and American Folk Art, from the barn, 83 County Road (Routes 1A and 133), Ipswich, Massachusetts. Cassia’s fine art, home, and painting classes have been featured on WCVB-TV and in publications such as Country Sampler Magazine; North Shore Life; and North Shore Living and Folk Magazine. She garnered recognition from Essex National Heritage for her participation in Women Owned Businesses on the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway.
Saturday’s evening sunset was incredible, the colors were blazing and the sunset seemed to stay for a long time.
Color fades, beauty remains….
Mark your calendars, news from the soccer boosters:
GHS Boys Soccer and GHS Girls Soccer SENIOR NIGHT will take place on Friday, November 13 at the 4:00pm Varsity Game. A food drive for The Open Door has been scheduled for this date.
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GloucesterCast 447 With Chris McCarthy, Ann Malloy, Sal Zerilli, Paul Horovitz, Scotty Mac, Jim & Pat Dalpiaz, Nichole Schrafft and Joey C Taped 11/8/20
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Awesome Gloucester, Persistent Productions and the Cape Ann Museum on a short documentary on the creation of the Fish Workers Mural.
Dana Wolfe, Josh Falk and Mike Rogers
It was a spectacular fall afternoon earlier this week down on Dolliver’s Neck!