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A TRADITION OF THANKS… RICHARD BARESSI COMES THROUGH WITH A BEAUTIFUL CASSATA CAKE FOR THANKSGIVING!
Jolly reminder from Rocky Neck – please spread the word! Just days away until the 2021 Rocky Neck Art Colony Holiday Fair.
Friday November 26 – Sunday Nov 28th
Reception Friday 5-7pm!
deck your halls, walls, shawls and trawls 🙂
Pink, red and blue sunset on Monday evening. As the sun was going down the sky looked cloudy and then it turned to wonderful colors. Very grateful for the opportunity to see this.
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Jim Douglass recently sent me this photo. While I don’t recognize too many faces (please write in if you do!) I immediately got a good laugh at the absence of face shields, masks, or cages…..and the seemingly black eye/broken nose on the player in the front row second from the left. Old school hockey for sure. Their chin straps also look like our modern days masks.
I follow a thread on Facebook that recently commented “No one takes pictures of cemeteries anymore”, and I thought “Please subscribe to the blog and follow my posts!” This is the Langsford Street Cemetery in Lanesville. It is a small, city owned, active cemetery roadside in Lanesville along 127. Most cemeteries are especially pretty in the fall, but this one has a special added bonus of looking out onto the water as well. It is very well kept and neatly arranged. There is an impressive monument to Civil War soldiers in the middle and a clear path down the center of the small area. The Guide to Cemeteries in Essex County, Massachusetts from the Essex Society of Genealogists notes the dates for this cemetery to be 1849-1959 though the City of Gloucester website lists it as active. It’s an easy stroll to view the various headstones in a quiet peaceful setting.
Did you miss our Love Greater Cape Ann Fundraising Auction last week? Well, we have great news! The fun continues today, November 19 and lasts until Friday, November 26 with our second online, virtual auction. The community of Greater Cape Ann has come together in support of this incredible place we all know and love. We have a fantastic assortment of restaurant cards, harbor tours, overnight stays on the water, art, and more! We hope you start your holiday shopping early by signing up today and begin placing your bids. Good luck and most importantly, have fun!Please use the instructions provided below to create an account and start bidding. If you participated in the silent auction portion of last Wednesday’s auction, please use the login credentials you previously created.
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