As the snow was winding down took a walk and saw the prettiest decoration.
This Saturday is the last Saturday before Christmas. Come on down to Arts Abound at 21 C Lexington Avenue, Magnolia Gloucester, MA 01930. I will be outside spreading some holiday cheer.
Thank you to all the road crews and good eggs shoveling public ways!
Digging out photos: A few after the winter storm scenes of downtown Gloucester by 9:30AM 12/18/2020. Any surface brick or stone is slick as can be. Evergreen pine trees & wreaths were randomly frosted like the Kancamagus Highway. Yet snow was already gone from the marsh.
There is a change in date of Men’s Night due to snow storm, come shop local on Friday, December 18, 2020.
This beautiful statue gets me every time….but, especially on blustery freezing cold days.
Eagles were soaring over the marsh behind our house in Magnolia just prior to the storm and we have high hopes they might nest nearby. I first spotted one flying by carrying something (food or maybe nesting material) and chased by several crows. Then, a bit later, I saw a pair in a nearby tree perch. It’s SO EXCITING to see these guys every single time. Keep your eyes open!
Deck the Docks is coming to a close this weekend! Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm, Harbor Loop is the perfect spot for any last minute gifts! Deck the Docks is our annual event that supports local artists and brings Maritime Gloucester cheer!
Our Holiday By The Sea Gift Shop is full swing with great items from great local artisans including
Hold Fast, Offcuts by Giacalone Contracting, FishPrintLady, Glass by Kristine, Melissa Cox Photography, Lanes Creek Pottery, Paintings by Audi Souza, and the Maritime Gloucester Gift Shop.
(shhh….Don’t forget to stop by our 50% off “outlet section” for great gifts for under your tree)
While you are there, pick up your map of Winter Lights! on Cape Ann. Tour the light displays at all 150 participating businesses! Start your discovery at Maritime Gloucester and see the lights on our pier and on Harbor Loop!
AND…make sure to…
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