Ringo Tarr and crew got got busy this weekend erecting the Kent
Circle Chstmas tree.
Happy Halloween – photos from Anthony Marks
Historic Magnolia Building Gone – photos from Anthony Marks
Rising From The Ashes Of Donut Jim’s – photos from Anthony Marks
It’s that time of year. Ringo Tarr and crew set up the Kent Circle Christmas tree Friday November 15th. Ringo Tarr and Joe Novello traveled to Nova Scotia to pick up the tree.
The Santa parade a part of the tree lighting will step off about 3:00 pm Sunday December 1st from the state fish pier in Gloucester.
The parade route is Parker street to Main street to Western ave. and ends at Kent Circle for the annual Christmas tree lighting with Santa and Mrs. Clause.
Hope to see you and the girls there.
Yesterday, when we returned from our morning row, we saw two (very nice) workers who are in the process of inspecting the integrity of the docks in our Harbor.
Looking up, we also saw our (always nice) Harbormaster, Jim Caulkett.
Smiles all around-a great way to start the day!
Best- Janet Rice
West Gloucester Farm photos from Anthony Marks
Anthony Marks submits-
On Saturday October 12,2013 a dedication ceremony was held at Maritime Gloucester 23 Harbor Loop to dedicate the beautiful Compass Rose that was installed over the summer. The Compass Rose was donated by Matthew Collins. The artist was Mark Read. They both spoke as well as Tom Balf Executive Director of Maritime Gloucester, state and city officials. A reception was held following the ceremony. Music was provided by Michael O’Leary and friends. A good time was had by all. The event was well attended.
Compass Rose at Maritime Gloucester
I wanted to let everyone know that the installation of the Compass Rose sculpture (pictured here with the Sculptor himself, Mark Read) is complete. It is located at the front of Maritime Gloucester and is a beautiful sight to behold, especially at night when it is lit!