Eleven Years Ago )n July 4, 2011- Jon and Elizabeth Dubin buried a time capsule in the Bass Rocks area. It will Be Unearthed Next week Live On GMG

July 4, 2011-

That Jon and Elizabeth Dubin have buried a time capsule in the Bass Rocks area to be dug up when Benjamin Lewis (now 9 months) reaches the age of 10?  The time capsule contains letter, photos and toys.  Jon and Elizabeth are devoted FOB’s and came in today to get GMG Tees for themselves.  They come back to Gloucester every summer.

E.J. Lefavour

The Fishtown Horribles Parade is Back Baby!!! LFG!!!

Hey Cape Ann! We’re on a mission to bring the parade back to what it was when we where kids. In recent years we’ve seen a decline in kids and adults dressing up as horribles. This year we want to help you out! If you need some costume ideas we will be opening up a costume shop Thursday June 30th from 6-8pm at the first baptist church 38 Gloucester Ave. If that day doesn’t work reach out via messenger and we will try to find a time that works for you.

Do you have a community group or just a group of friends that like to get creative and have fun? Are you a local band and you want to get your name out there? Decorate a float and join us! We’d love to see what you come up with! As a reminder we ask that if you plan on handing out candy that you do so by hand rather than tossing it off a moving vehicle to keep kids safe from running into the road.


RAA Member Artist Solo Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: June 25 -July 14

Summer Light is the solo art exhibition featuring oil paintings by artist Lully Schwartz.  Known for her vibrant colors and light in paint, nationally recognized and awarded artist, Schwartz brings sun filled work to Rockport Art Association & Museum’s, Pearson Gallery on 12 Main Street in Rockport.  Lully Schwartz: Summer Light  opens June 25 and remains on view through July 14, 2022.  Of her new paintings, Lully explains ‘I paint the color of light with all its complexities, moments of joy and natural beauty’. Bathed in summer light much of Schwartz’ art reimagines Cape Ann from a contemporary perspective.  Beach Bathers, bold flowers and brilliant sea and landscapes convey the artist’s love for summer moments found in Rockport and Beyond.

Lully Schwartz lives and works on the North Shore of Massachusetts. www.lullyschwartz.com

Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main Street, Rockport MA

Hours: 10 AM-5PM, Sunday 12-5, closed Mondays. Call 978-546-6604

Don’t miss the home care job fair!

Cape Ann Wellness

Gloucester Home Care Job Fair

ABC Offers more!

    Work close to home (or where you choose) based on the hours you are available.
    – Up to $4000 sign-on bonus
    – Up to $1000 employee referral program (and you earn with each referral)
    Earn more $ working nights & weekends
    Travel pay PLUS mileage reimbursement
  • More REWARDING work environment
    Work one-on-one with clients living at home. Build better caring relationships. Make a difference in the life of our seniors.
    Excellent Pay • Medical & Dental Insurance • 401K with Company Match
    Online and in-person annual training. Nursing students gain clinical experience.

There has never been a better time to become an ABC Caregiver!

Up to $4,000 Sign-On Bonus for new caregivers! 

Wednesday, June 22nd10AM – 3PM

ABC Home Healthcare Professionals
281R East Main Street Gloucester

Apply in advance and enjoy…

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Wondering what homes like yours are selling for?

Cape Ann Home

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