Took this photo on Sunday while taking a walk at Stage Fort Park.
WNW at 25+….
This is the sixth and final in a series featuring Christmas lights on 200+ decorated homes throughout neighborhoods in Gloucester Massachusetts for the 2020 season. Festive displays range from draped garland lights & wrapped trees to elaborate tableaus. Gloucester is beautiful! Streets that are covered in this post:
- Magnolia area of Gloucester including Magnolia Ave., Hesperus Ave., Western Ave., Linden Ave., Lowe Drive
- downtown Gloucester blocks including: Centennial Drive, Maplewood Ave., Prospect St., Riverside Ave. block, Washington St., Gloucester Avenue, Mystic Avenue, Madison Avenue (w/ Madison Sq. and Ct., and Springfield St.)
- neighborhood additions: nearby Elizabeth Road; Abbott Road; East Gloucester- Mt. Pleasant area and East Main; and West Gloucester – Essex Ave.
CENTENNIAL DRIVE ADDITIONS
Abbott Road | East Gloucester additions
West Gloucester additions
Follow links to see scenes from other Gloucester neighborhoods (or follow through to the end of the post and look for/select page 1,2)
- “OG” original post – Elizabeth, Reynard, more
- Update 1- Essex Ave stretch from Causeway to Richdale
- Update 2- Portuguese Hill and Essex Ave stretch from Richdale to Farnham’s
- Update 3- East Glou.
- Update 4- Annisquam and detours en route Lanesville later
- Update 5- Magnolia, downtown, additions to E. and W. Glouc. (this post)
Holiday Lights and Cocoa Drives Gloucester Massachusetts map 2020. Photos have been added to the Google maps: tour by car or keyboard!
FAQ – how to print
The map is smart phone ready with house pictures. If you want to print the map see below: (1) navigate to the map page URL and (2) click on the three dots menu bar on the upper right. Pull down and select “print” PDF as of 12/7/2020
Hi Joey. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am asking if you could post on Good Morning Gloucester the poster I am sending as well as promote it on your pod cast.
My husband past August 24 due to complications of hip surgery. He was very involved with Cape Ann veteran services, VFW, American Legion, and Gloucester Elks 892. He also delivered meals on wheels. Every 9/11 he would present a memorial for all to see at the city hall as he was a survivor of the 1 st building on the 74th floor.
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We took a trip to Marshall’s Farm Stand to pick out a Christmas Tree yesterday. We quickly found several trees to make a Top 5 list and then with the help of a Marshall, Jason I believe, we chose the right one. It’s our first Christmas in a new home and we had the perfect spot in mind (photos to come later this week). Our tree fits perfectly and we couldn’t be happier. Thank you, Marshall’s!
The pandemic hasn’t cancelled EVERYTHING! It looks like the holidays will be well celebrated in downtown Gloucester. The area near the police station went from stacked with shiny lobster traps to a tree display! Though there is no entrance any longer to view the tree from the inside, the gorgeous structure has been built (I understand in record time) for all to enjoy. I see colorful buoys on display from Cape Ann Art Haven on Main Street so it’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays!
Although Sister Felicia will not be selling her famous Holiday Cookies & Cookie Decorating Kits this season she will be making the holidays a bit sweeter for children in five local families.
If your family or a family you know has had an especially hard year, share the story with Good Morning Gloucester for a chance to win one of Sista Felicia’s gingerbread decorating cookie kits.
Names of families will not be publicized unless authorized to do so or requested.
Please email your nominations including story to email@example.com by Friday December 11, 2020 by 12:00 pm!