They canceled Fiesta. They Canceled The Horribles Parade. So where can they not tell us what to do? Out on the water. Let’s gooooooo!!!!! Was it over when the Germans Bombed Pearl Harbor???
I know it’s not for a while, but I wanna get in front of this. The boats that have participated in the past have done an outstanding job and I’m tired of them having all the fun. This year lets make this year’s Boat Parade Of Lights Uuuuge!
What could be more fun?
Welcome back Stones Pub on Main Street! Opening today June 1 at 4 PM. Hope to see you there soon.
|Spring Tour 2021|
Cape Ann Artisans Leap Forward in 2021! The Artisans invite you to their open studios for the 38th Annual Spring Tour Saturday and Sunday,
|The tour is self-guided and includes 14 unique studios and 15 Artisans covering a wide range of media including ceramic arts, painting, jewelry, mixed media, quilting, mosaics, weaving, and more!|
Read the 2021 Press Release here.
|Artisans pictured from left to right:|
|Rob Diebboll, Painter|
Pam Stratton, Mosaics
Chloe Leigh, Jeweler
David Archibald, Ceramics
Linda Hogan, Quilting
Sinikka Nogelo, PainterCynthia Curtis, Pottery
Deborah Gonet, Mixed MediaMarcie Rae, Jeweler
Deb Schradieck, Painter
Sallie Strand, Painter
Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, Sea Glass Wearable Art
Twin Lights Studio, Ceramics
Sara Wright, Handwoven and Knit Accessories
|Sinikka Nogelo, Painter|
Sinikka mostly loves to paint, but also unleashes her expressionist soul when inspired by any manner of found object: she’s woven ryas, made sculpture from hangers, and wall pieces from recyclables. Watch an interview with the artist here.
|Please support our generous Partners while visiting|
Cape Ann during the TourFor the first time ever, we have partnered with the Cape Ann Chamber to mark the Cape Ann Artisan locations on their full Cape Ann Map.
Follow the pink flags on the Chamber map to travel from one studio to the next. Pick up both brochures together at tourist locations.
You can also download the Artisans map and print it at home!
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Pat Dalpiaz and Joey LIVE streamed the ceremony at City Hall
Jim Dalpiaz played taps.
In Flanders Fields.
was penned by Lieut. Col. John M. McCrae, Canadian physician and soldier, during the First World War, following the first German chemical attack, early spring 1916, Second Battle of Ypres. Bonescattered torn and trampled fields germinated scarlet poppies and so many, many simple white crosses. The fallen went from war to peace.
In Flanders Fields was first published in London Punch December 1915. By March 1916, American newspapers carried the poem ( including Norwich Bulletin, and KY Citizen, June, 1916) McCrae died in France in 1918, and there rests in peace and vitality.
The common poppies sway by design, are tall and reaching; their architecture flings the seeds further and their flowers appear to open and close, intermittent as firecracker displays. (Individual flowers bloom for (mostly) a day, but the one plant will produce hundreds of flowers over the season.) The large translucent blooms indeed blow, glow and grow. Those adjectives in the first line opener of McCrae’s poem have swapped around in different versions. “Blow” it is.Continue reading “So beautiful how Cape Ann Veterans Services, caretakers, and volunteers honor the fallen- placing flags citywide and Memorial Day ceremony #GloucesterMA #CapeAnn”
Fly Amero will be kicking off our nightly 6-9pm live music schedule that evening. Check out our new website for our current menu and live music calendar at The Rhumb Line
We will be closed for the time being on Mondays and Tuesdays. We will have full indoor bar and table seating and limited outdoor seating on our patio (weather permitting). We will reopen with a limited menu with all your favorites like burgers, brunch, French onion soup, nachos, shoestring fries, wings, Caesar salad and some specials (which will include fresh fish, steak, and a vegetarian/plant based item). Our full menu will be back soon!
We will have live music Thursday through Sunday. We are going to have a $5 per person entertainment charge–all of which will go directly to the musicians. While The Rhumb Line and other restaurants have suffered over the last 15 months, so have our musicians, so please come support them.
Our outside patio will be available for private parties as well as overflow. We won’t have table service out there for awhile, but you can order inside and take your food and drink outside.
All our staff is returning and are so excited to be BACK.
Thank you for all of your support over the last 15 months. It has meant so much to us. We can’t wait to see everyone back at The Rhumb Line very soon!
Some people say they are a menace, but I still think they’re kind of slick and are, without a doubt, one of my favorite sounds on the waterfront.
What a sight for sore eyes seeing the Ardelle out sailing in the harbor recently!