LIVE from Gloucester High School tonight- USAF “Airmen of Note” Jazz Band

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Reminder about the USAF “Airmen of Note” Jazz Band free concert at Gloucester High School 7-9PM tonight. What a great name and special event for any high school, especially Gloucester, home of the Docksiders, great high school and middle school bands, and such rich music talent throughout the community! On this gorgeous spring day, enjoy a past video of the USAF band playing It Might As Well Be Spring (Rodgers and Hammerstein). Read more about the band below. Hope someone takes a picture like that one on the steps here in Gloucester by the Man at the Wheel and on the High School steps 🙂

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Join the Airmen of Note live as they tour New England! These concerts are sure to thrill, featuring brand-new selections from the Airmen of Note’s upcoming album which will be recorded later this year! Continue reading “LIVE from Gloucester High School tonight- USAF “Airmen of Note” Jazz Band”

Cape Ann World War II Veterans

November 7, 2015 Cape Ann World War II Veterans

From Jason Grow

Open Veterans’ Day! 12-4p
Excellent news – Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and DPW Directory Mike Hale are arranging to open City Hall / Kyrouz Auditorium on Wednesday – Veterans’ Day – from 12-4 so folks can see the WWII portrait exhibition. Normally City Hall would be closed that day. So if you have the day off, swing by and take a look. The show should be up through the end of November, but a lot of folks were asking about Veterans’ Day in particular.

If you have a relative who served in WWII, bring a copy of a photo of them for our Memory Wall and post it (please don’t bring originals, they won’t be returned).