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Join us and Gloucester-native photographer, Brendan Pike for an evening on February 16th as he shows his series of works based in and around Cape Ann’s unique landscapes and seashores. Growing up on Cape Ann, Brendan was not immune to the beauty and charm of our island which has influenced so many in the world of art and photography.
Space is limited, reserve your spot today!
Feb. 3, 2023 10PM -4 °F | Feb. 4 5:30AM -10.7 °F | 6:00AM device is out*
Wind chill weather warning alert until 1pm with wind chills 30 to 40 below zero.
Join Us For The Livestream Of The GloucesterCast From Cigar Paradise In St Petersburg 11AM Saturday 2/4/23
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You recently announced Jeff Weaver’s upcoming exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum and I thought you might be interested in seeing and sharing this interview with Jeff!
Thanks for keeping us updated on all the good stuff happening in Cape Ann!
Palate & Palette
We hope that this email find you well, and slightly warmer than usual.
Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that we are hosting our first, in-person event in the bookstore post-Covid on February 20th.
Colin Rhodes is a professor of art history, and author of several books on Primitivism and Outsider Art, and he will be joining us to introduce his new book on Gloucester artist Jon Sarkin. I’m sure you all know Jon’s story and his instantly recognizable work.
We would love to see you there, and would appreciate you passing this along to anyone that we may have missed (our event-promoting skills have gotten a little rusty).
Thanks, and be well.
Lucas + Caroline
I’ll be playing acoustic in Support of Ukraine at DETALI Fridays 5-7pm in FEB.
Located 206 Main St. Gloucester, Ma.
Natalia is a talented Ukrainian artist and designer- who owns Detali, a pop up shop, selling artist-made goods from Ukraine. Please stop by! Shop hours are Wednesday -Sunday 11am – 6pm. The Shop is another great way to support the Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Shop will be open late with Light Refreshments and a wonderful atmosphere.
Detali is also sponsoring a fundraiser to Welcome a Ukrainian Choreographer and Physical Trainer to Gloucester.
I’ll be playing some of my favorite David Bowie and Lou Reed songs , two artists whose music marked a similar time in Berlin, Germany when the Free World was under pressure from Russian Aggression. See less
I wonder if he’s available for Google lessons 🤷🏻♂️
We are having a free breakfast at the American Legion on Washington Street this coming Sunday, February 5th from 8am to10am.
It is for any Veteran and thier significant other.
This is being sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion.
Would you be able to announce this event on you Good Morning Gloucester site.
We will be having some fundraising events in the near future, to fund this monthly breakfast.
We appreciate anything you could do to help get the word out to our Vets.
Regards, Jeff Tarr
Shout out to our FOB Cat Cavallina who sent me the following heads-up for all you dog owners out there: Robyn’s Dog Grooming on Main Street in Gloucester is hosting a couple of special events throughout February to raise donations and cancer awareness.
FREE NAIL CLIP CLINIC walk-in at Robyn’s Grooming on 388 Main St.
First Saturday of every month (Feb.4th) from 9-12. All proceeds benefit ongoing Cancer Sucks in Every Color fundraiser. All donations welcome.
In addition, there’s Old Dog Spa Day:
OLD DOG SPA DAY –
customized grooming for your small dogs 14 years and older. Every Friday for one hour from 7:30-3, one dog per hour solo grooming spots available. Call the shop to BOOK IN ADVANCE 978.283.4211
Early this morning Atlantic Merlin, classified by Marine Traffic as an “Offshore tug/supply vessel” under Canadian registry, arrived a couple of miles off Eastern Point. I watched through the haze as several cargo packages were transferred to a smaller fishing boat. After the samller vessel left, Atlantic Merlin continued closer over the next several hours, finally inching out of sight up the Cape Ann coast during the sunny afternoon. It would be interesting to know what her assignment is.
Shared by Joe Higgins, AKA Fishprinter Joe