While you still can’t order a Cape Ann License Plate online due to Covid 19 you can still order a Cape Ann License Plate by calling #857-368-8031 and the Registry will do the transaction for you. You can also go to the RMV Service Centers and they can complete the transaction for you. All of the RMV Service Centers have Cape Ann License Plates in house.

You will the need to provide the following information:
* Date of Birth
* Driver’s License Number
* Last Name
* Last Four # of SSN
* Your current vehicle registration number
and expiration date
* Email
* Credit Card

You will receive your new Cape Ann License Plate, new registration and sticker in the mail in 8 to 10 days or on the same day at the RMV Service Center.

PLEASE NOTE: * Company owned and leased vehicles can order special plates too. These requests must be processed in person at an RMV Service Center.

Ordering a Cape Ann License Plate makes a tremendous difference to the Cape Ann Community. The Cape Ann Community Foundation has awarded $54,000 in the last four years. We hope that you will be part of the power of giving by ordering a plate. You will be a Cape Ann Hero, we really need heroes now!❤

Monday Night Open Jam 8pm live on Facebook 11.16.2020

Hey Jamily!!!
We’ve got another crazy amazing lineup tonight!! Joe and I are incredibly grateful for all the players that join us each week! Thank you ALL!! 🙌🏼🎵✨

Jim Coyle: 8:00-8:20
Brad Byrd : 8:25-8:45
Derek Dupuis & Daniel Dupuis: 8:50-9:05
Joe Cardoza & Dennis Monagle:9:10-9:30
John Mulrooney: 9:35-9:55
Amanda Cook: 10:00-10:20
John Newcomer: 10:25-10:40

*virtual tip jar to keep the Jam rolling:

A Little Good News from Rockport

One way to improve a Monday: The Rockport Police announced the following on their Facebook page today:

Today begins the Free Parking Season in Rockport that will extend through April 14, 2021. You do not have to pay at the parking kiosks or meters during this time. Have a safe and healthy holiday season.

Image borrowed from Facebook page:

Fall on the Boulevard

The Generous Gardeners have been have been hard at work on at the garden beds on the boulevard preparing them for next season. Some people might not realize that all those gorgeous tulips we enjoy in the spring need to be planted in the fall. Tulips are my number one favorite and I was told these bulbs being planted are for very tall tulips to surround the Fisherman’s Wives Memorial come spring. Other signs of fall were present as well. THANKS GENEROUS GARDENERS! Donate or volunteer here if you can.

Sawyer Free Library Kicks-Off Annual Appeal

Cape Ann Community

TheSawyer Free Library‘s 2020 Annual Appeal campaign,”Here for You Every Day,”is now underway. Letters with appeal information are inthe mail to over 1,500 Gloucester households. The goal is to raise $35,000 during this year-end campaign, which provides the Library much-needed annual support.

“This year has truly underscored the importance of our Sawyer Free Library. Over the last six months, we have seen a 30% increase in applications for new library cards withpeople learning and socializingwith each other safely through the Library,” saidJenny Benedict, the Library Director.

The Sawyer Free Library relies on yearly donations from the community to provide a wide range of new collections and resources, state of the art technology, andinnovative programming for all ages. This year especially, public support is critical to the Library. Throughout the pandemic, the Sawyer Free Library continued toplay an essential role for the community by quickly pivoting to…

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