Take 25% off the entire store this Friday and Saturday 12-4 for an extended Small Business Saturday! That includes jewelry, art, and furniture. Hope to see you then! #mainstreetartsandantiques
Wishing all a Happy Thanksgiving, this was taken at Corliss Landing in Gloucester. So thankful to live in such a beautiful place.
Here are a few November ‘feast for the eyes’ golden scenes over the river, marsh, and creek and through the woods, grass and sands to wherever you call home.
First thing Thanksgiving morning was a slight drizzle, 11/26/2020
Scenic bounty: so easy giving thanks in one of the best Thanksgiving regions around. In my opinion there is never a time that isn’t the most beautiful time of the year.
My favorite view – Thanksgiving morn….
A TRADITION OF THANKS… RICHARD BARESSI COMES THROUGH WITH A BEAUTIFUL CASSATA CAKE FOR THANKSGIVING!
You can create animations from certain time periods showing planes coming and going. Lots of interesting features.
Thanks to Tonno for giving us all the best idea for a holiday gift this season. You can now swing by for dinner and drinks and pick up a bottle of one of their delicious cocktails. Pictured here are their Espresso Martini and their Barrel Aged Negroni. More details coming soon, but head to Tonno to learn more. Happy Holidays!
Obviously this is a Thanksgiving like no other in my lifetime. Like many others, I am sacrificing time with loved ones in hopes we will be able to celebrate together again very soon. It is not without pain and some questioning on my part about just how much risk to take. We all need to make those decisions for ourselves and for those we love. We also need to respect the decisions of others to do the same. I hope you take some extra time to express gratitude today.
And…..since many of us have big birds on our mind today, I thought you might enjoy some of the birds I have recently seen. We went looking for the snowy owl, but found these white birds (and a soaring eagle) instead. We also found snow geese, a first for me!
New exhibition opens Nov. 27 at Cape Ann Museum
GLOUCESTER, MASS. (Nov. 24, 2020) – When the Cape Ann Museum shut its doors in March along with museums worldwide for the COVID 19 pandemic, the staff began to pursue several initiatives to buoy community spirit and to remain connected to members and supporters with expanded virtual programming and other innovative initiatives.
CAM (Re)Connects is a new exhibition, opening Friday, Nov. 27, that showcases many of the objects and works of art spotlighted in the Museum’s virtual outreach shared over the past six months as part of its CAM Connects series. The exhibition covers a range of locally-significant subjects including St. Peter’s Fiesta, the fishing industry, granite quarrying, food of the region, local traditions, printmaking, and Cape Ann writers, artists and…
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