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BOAT LIGHT PARADE & FIREWORKS CRUISE! Saturday September 3rd, departing at 7:30pm. Once again, we are the judges boat, which means we are your front row seat to the show! Tickets are $20 & cash only (pick up at our ticket office). DJ Tracey Sousa & a full cash bar. FUN FOR ALL AGES!
Photos from Jackie Bennett
Coordinated by Kitt Cox
Saturday, August 27, 2022 2 – 6 PM
Cultural Center at Rocky Neck 6 Wonson Street Gloucester, MA
Sailor Stan’s 1 Wonson Street Gloucester MA
Ice Cream Gallery 39 Rocky Neck Ave Gloucester MA
International Play Music on the Porch Day returns to Rocky Neck on Saturday, August 27 starting at 2 PM in various locations throughout the neighborhood. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy these free porch concerts while exploring the galleries, restaurants, and stunning views. To participate or for more information contact local musician and organizer Kitt Cox, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building off last year’s success on Rocky Neck, this year’s International Play Music on the Porch Day includes several musicians performing a variety of genres, including folk, sea shanties, jazz, West African drums, acoustic blues, and children’s music to attract both locals and tourists to listen, dance, visit galleries and dine at Rocky Neck’s restaurants. Kitt Cox brought this effort to the neighborhood last year and continues to expand the local reach of this worldwide event. The three main locations and featured artists are listed below. Schedule is subject to change.
#1 The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck (6 Wonson St.): 2 PM West African Drumming with Mamadou Diop; 3:30 PM “The Pigeon Brothers”
#2 Rocky Neck Ice Cream (39 Rocky Neck Ave): 2:30 PM – PS&R Trio; 3 PM – Paul Knox
#3 Sailor Stan’s (1 Wonson St): 2 PM Open Stage with Jeanne Carey, Steve Yost, Barry O’Brien, Kitt Cox and guests
Play Music on The Porch Day is a worldwide event that’s been in full swing since 2018, when thousands of musicians in countries from Australia to Zimbabwe participated. It is an inclusive concept that unites people around the world. Musicians of all kinds perform on their porches on the last Saturday in August, and they post their live-recorded videos with the #playmusicontheporchday hashtag which allows them all to be streamed into a live and ongoing worldwide event on the web. The custom flier for this year’s event was created by young Rocky Neck resident Charlie E.
A sampling of this year’s performers includes fingerstyle guitarist Paul Knox, West African drummer Mamadou Diop, multi-instrumentalist Steve Yost, female vocal trio PRS and Cape Ann-inspired songwriter (and children’s performer) Kitt Cox. This information is subject to change.
For more about Play Music on the Porch Day check these out:
Origin Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnoQvbG6wLo
2021 Recap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqXBlQ7RC1U
August 28, 2022, 7:00 to 8:30
End of Summer Fun!
The best popcorn in Massachusetts is here! Children are especially welcome. Folding chairs and blankets are good.
Bob Rick, Conductor and Music Director
CALLING ALL VENDORS!
CATB 2022 ARTISANS MARKET
SATURDAY, OCT. 8TH 10a-3p
44 Commercial Street, Gloucester
St. Peters Square
The Cape Ann TimeBank is excited to announce its second annual Artisans
Market happening this fall during Columbus Day weekend! We’re looking
for local vendors to share their hand crafted wares at this primo spot
located next to St. Peter’s Park, near the Beauport Hotel and Gloucester
harbor. This will be a juried show to ensure a balanced variety of quality arts & crafts. Vendors
will provide their own tables (tents optional). Applications must be received by 8/25. The cost of a
space is $45, due upon acceptance. A pdf copy of the application is attached for you to fill out and
submit. Rain date: Saturday, Oct. 15th.
on 8/29 @ 6:30pm we are hosting the Luminaries & Love display (Formerly known as the Gloucester Overdose Vigil) at the FlagPole area next to the Cut Bridge on the Boulevard. This is a night to remember community members we have lost to overdose / substance use and a chance to gather in support of the loved ones left behind. For the third year in a row we have moved away from anything that feels like a service and are just creating a beautiful space for people to linger & be together. Participants can walk the 800+ bag luminary display, make new bags, and draw giant chalk hearts on the sidewalk. We hope to Light The Boulevard with Love. City Hall will also be lit purple in recognition of International Overdose Awareness Day & in Solidarity of the Luminaries & Love event.
We are asking for donations of canned goods to help weigh down the 800+ bags, The Open Door will be onsite and collected items will be donated to them at the end of the event. We have several community collection sites but so far donations have been low. Items can be dropped at Cape Ann Lanes, The Cape Ann YMCA and GPD, Lobby. Items can also be brought the night of. Any help spreading the word would be much appreciated. Thank you!
With appreciation – Kathy Day
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photo : trudy clemens
Sharing information from Maritime Gloucester’s Instagram page regarding Food Truck Tuesday today Aug 23 2022:
Just a stroll along the walkway behind the former Cape Ann Brewing on a perfect August afternoon…….ahhhh, Gloucester!
Join the Sawyer Free Library on Thursday, August 25 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm for a virtual conversation with Liz Wiseman, New York Times Best Selling author, researcher, and executive adviser. Liz will talk about her latest book,Impact Players: How to Take the Lead, Play Bigger and Multiply Your Impact,and her other work. Register HERE for the link!
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