2022 Good Morning Gloucester Shop Local Series- The Dress Code


Kate and I are going to feature one or two local places to buy holiday gifts each day highlighting the fact that there’s no need to buy your presents online or trudge up to the mall.

There’s excellent places to shop right here in Gloucester.

Previous videos:

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-FIREFLIES

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- TOODLEOOS

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES LOCAL COLORS

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES MYSTERY TRAIN

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- GOODLINENS STUDIO

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- MARK ADRIAN SHOES

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- SWEATS OF GLOUCESTER

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BOOKSTORE OF GLOUCESTER

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BRASS MONKEY

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- CAPE ANN OLIVE OIL

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- DESIGN OF MINE

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BANANAS

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-POP GALLERY

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-SAMPLE THIS

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-PASTAIO VIA CORTA

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- SHORE NUTRITION

The Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation Presents

 

November 29, 2022

THE GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE FOUNDATION PRESENTS A HOLIDAY CONCERT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17
“AMERICAN ORIGINALS: A MORAVIAN CHRISTMAS”
The Musicians of the Old Post Road perform chamber music from the Moravian community
played on period instruments.

The Musicians of the Old Post Road return for the sixth consecutive year in a candlelight evening of chamber music
for the holiday season. The December 17 concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Gloucester Meetinghouse at the
corner of Middle and Church Streets in Gloucester.

The Musicians of the Old Post Road perform on period instruments and will be joined by soprano Jessica Petrus
and mezzo-soprano Hilary Ann Walker.

Musical selections are drawn from Moravian composers including several modern-day premieres of works penned
by America’s Moravian immigrants along with selections by Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Heinrich Graun, and
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, the fifth son of J.S. Bach.

Early music expert, Martin Pearlman, describes the Moravian community’s contribution to composition and performance:
“If a traveler to America in the 18th or early 19th century wanted to find the best music performed and written in the
European tradition”
it would be found “in the churches and settlements of the Moravians.

Tickets are available online at www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org or at the door. Preferred seating is $45 and general
seating $30; students with ID $10; children under 12 free.

ABOUT THE GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE FOUNDATION
Founded in 2015, the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation is dedicated to preserving the landmark building as a civic hub,
entertainment venue, and community center. In addition to its work to preserve the historic 1806 Meetinghouse, GMF is
currently raising funds to restore Meetinghouse Green. The GMF has received a $130,000 grant from the Community
Preservation Act and a $2,000 grant from the Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Program towards a total project goal of $340,000.
Construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2023.

For more information, a full schedule of upcoming concerts and events, and to sign up for the GMF newsletter, visit www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org.

We thank the sponsors of the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation’s 2022-2023 Autumn, Winter, Spring Concert and Event Series:
GUARANTOR: Woodie Brock, Patricia Roach & Robert Martin, Scobie Ward
PLATINUM: Anonymous, Peter Calkins & Susan Casey, Linzee Coolidge
GOLD: J.J. & Jackie Bell, John & Janis Bell, Karen Bell, Cape Ann Savings Bank
SILVER: JoeAnn Hart & Gordon Baird, Charles Nazarian, Patricia Poore
BRONZE: Beth Graham & William Schulz, Sandra & John Ronan, Holly Tanguay, Sarah Willwerth-Dyer and Michael Dyer
SPECIAL THANKS: Massachusetts Cultural Council, Essex County Community Foundation

this Week! Special Guests Jean Woodbury and Bonnie L. Sylvester Join The Paper Mermaid, Essex, Sawyer Free, and Manchester Public Libraries For #PictureBooks Holiday Storytimes

Award-winning author Jean Woodbury and illustrator Bonnie L. Sylvester join The Paper Mermaid and the libraries on Cape Ann for holiday fun featuring the children’s picture book, The Tree in Dock Square.

The free family events will include story time, book and holiday crafts, autographed copies with Jean, and in Gloucester custom art with Bonnie, too.

Cape Ann READingS: The Tree on Dock Square on the go.

Schedule:

Dec. 1 The Paper Mermaid at 4:00PM | 57 Main Street, Rockport

Special story time event: Jean Woodbury

Dec. 2 TOHP Essex Burnham Library at 4:00PM

Special story time event: Jean Woodbury

Dec. 3 Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Public Library at 2:00PM

Special story time event: Jean Woodbury and Bonnie L. Sylvester

Dec. 10 Manchester Public Library at 2:00PM

Special story time event: Jean Woodbury

Visit The Tree in Dock Square website www.thetreeindocksquare.com

Check out the new release: The Tree in Dock Square Book Trailer by Megan Mathieson!

Gloucester Police Kops N Kids Program to Host Visit with Santa Claus

GLOUCESTER 一 Chief Edward Conley is pleased to report that the Gloucester Police Kops N Kids program will host a visit with Santa Claus at the Gloucester Police Community Impact Unit’s offices on Middle Street on Saturday.

WHEN:

Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE:

Gloucester Police Department Community Impact Unit, 67 Middle St., Gloucester, MA

WHAT:

Santa Claus will visit the Gloucester Police Community Impact Unit to visit with community children and to sit for photographs. The event and photos are free, and there will be festive treats available for kids and guardians alike.
Members of the Community Impact Unit will decorate their conference room with a Christmas tree and festive backdrop for family photos with Santa. To view a video preview of the decorations, click here.
During the event, the Gloucester High School hockey team will be collecting new toys in their original packaging as part of a toy drive, so guests are encouraged to bring gifts if they are able.
Children are also asked to bring letters to Santa, along with a return address in case Santa has time to write back.
Kops N Kids launched in 2016, under the guidance of Lt. Jeremiah Nicastro, as a way for officers to engage with children in our community. Oftentimes when children first engage with a police officer it is during a traumatic event. Kops n Kids changes that by making a positive connection at a young age.

Community Impact Unit Officer Joe Parady, and School Resource Officers Mike Scola and Pete Sutera have grown the Kops n Kids program to include Ace, a Community Resource Dog, SRO_Gaming an interactive online gaming platform, the Youth Anglers Program, and after school programs.

Reading and Book Signing by Local Author at Sawyer Free Library on Saturday, December 3

Cape Ann Community

On Saturday,December 3, from10:00- 11:30 am, theSAWYER FREE LIBRARYwill host a reading and book signing ofThe Tree in Dock Square. Written by author Jean Woodbury and illustrated by Bonnie Sylvester, the book was the Cape Ann Reads’ First Prize Winner.

Inspired by a true story in Rockport, this charming children’s book about a town’s holiday tradition and a child’s love for her grandfather has been described as “rich in the warmth of family and community connections.”

The author, Jean Woodbury, will read from her book followed by the illustrator, Bonnie L. Sylvester, leading a craft activity based on themes from the holiday story. Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase, or people are welcome to bring their own book to be signed.

The Sawyer Free Library’s new downtown location is 21 Main Street in Gloucester.

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2022 Good Morning Gloucester Shop Local Series- Shore Nutrition


Kate and I are going to feature one or two local places to buy holiday gifts each day highlighting the fact that there’s no need to buy your presents online or trudge up to the mall.

There’s excellent places to shop right here in Gloucester.

Previous videos:

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-FIREFLIES

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- TOODLEOOS

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES LOCAL COLORS

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES MYSTERY TRAIN

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- GOODLINENS STUDIO

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- MARK ADRIAN SHOES

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- SWEATS OF GLOUCESTER

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BOOKSTORE OF GLOUCESTER

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BRASS MONKEY

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- CAPE ANN OLIVE OIL

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- DESIGN OF MINE

2022 GOOD MOORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES- BANANAS

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-POP GALLERY

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-SAMPLE THIS

2022 GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER SHOP LOCAL SERIES-PASTAIO VIA CORTA

My Dad Had This Album When we Were Kids. Allan Sherman Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah. You’re Welcome.