Community Stuff Wednesday

Lane’s Cove Fish Shack Restoration Auction


MARK YOUR CALENDARS….There will be a silent auction to raise funds for the Lanes Cove Fish Shack. It will be held at the Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center on Harbor Loop on Sat., April 21st from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. All proceeds will go to the restoration of the fish shack. Come one come all. We have donations of many wonderful paintings done by local artists ranging in value from $75.00 to $4400.00. We also have gift certificates and other items to auction with values ranging from $25- $150.00. There’s something for everyone. We will also be selling t-shirts, note cards, & bumper stickers.
Also we now have comfort color Lanes Cove Fish Shack T-Shirts on sale for $15.00. They can be purchased at Wulla (next to the Package store) on Washington Street in Lanesville or by contacting Barbara Jobe at 978-283-9311. All proceeds will go to the restoration fund to save the Lanes Cove Fish Shack. Wulla is open Wed-Sunday.



Cape Ann Jewish Film Festival In Its 4th Year

The 4th Annual Cape Ann Jewish Film Festival kicks off on Sunday, April 15 at 5:00pm at the Cape Ann Community Cinema at 21 Main Street in Gloucester with the acclaimed documentary “Jewish Soldiers In Blue & Gray.”

The other four films in the CAJFF line-up are: the Israeli drama “Restoration” (Mon. April 16 @ 7:30pm), the restored historical documentary “Nuremberg” (Tues. April 17 @ 7:30pm), the romantic comedy “The Matchmaker” (Wed. April 18 @ 7:30pm) and the eye-opening documentary “Imaginary Witness: Hollywood And The Holocaust” (Thurs. April 19 @ 7:30pm). The last film in this year’s Festival commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Also running this weekend is this year’s Oscar-winning Best Foreign Language Film, “A Separation,” playing Friday, April 13 through Sunday, April 15 at 7:30pm. The film tells the mystery-laced story of a struggling couple in modern-day Iran. The film will encore in May, along with the other four Oscar-nominees “Monsieur Lazhar,” “In Darkness,” “Bullhead” and “Footnote.”

To mark Earth Day and the April school vacation week, the Cinema encores the animated treat “Mia And The Migoo,” Monday, April 16 through Saturday, April 21 at 12:00pm. The movie is about a little girl who goes off to the jungle to find her missing father and makes friends with a giant silly monster. Tickets are just $5.00 for kids.

Tickets for all films are $9.50 adults, $8.00 students & seniors (60+) and $6.50 for Cinema Members. A full printed line-up of films is available at the Cinema, at www.CapeAnnCinema.comor by calling (978) 282-1988.

Local Video Company Adds to the Cape Ann Music Scene

This week the first ever Cape Ann Sessions video performance has been released —- featuring local rock band Dreamtigers! You can watch the video for “Keep Time” here:

Cape Ann Sessions is a video series inviting musicians from all over to play acoustic sets at some of the most fun and beautiful locations on Cape Ann. The series aims to combine the arts of video and live music in a creative way while exploring the beauty and culture of northeastern Massachusetts. Each video is produced by IN THE CAR, a local media company.

*Behind the scenes photos (by local photographer Danny Ebersole) can be seen here:

This Sunday at the Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport Music presents a new film “Guardians of the Gates: TheSurfboats” – filmed at the nation’s second busiest Coast Guard station–located right next to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The film was created by David Wittkower, a native of Rockport and a graduate of Rockport Elementary School. His parents still live in town! David’s coming in for the film and will participate in a post-screening Q&A with James Caulkett, Gloucester’s Harbormaster and a former member of the U.S. Coast Guard.

Best, Gregg Sorensen


Rockport Music

“Guardians of the Gates: The Surfboats”

Sunday, April 15, 4 PM

Film by David Wittkower

Guardians of the Gates takes a hard look at the elite Coast Guard Search & Rescue crews that conduct over 600 rescues a year. Filmed at the nation’s second busiest Coast Guard station–located right next to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco–Guardians gets an inside look at what makes these search and rescuers put their lives on the line every day, going out in extreme weather and waves that are over twenty five feet. With the camera crew riding along, you get a front seat ride as the Coast Guard crews are tested in life and death situations. Produced and Directed by David Wittkower, graduate of Rockport High School,1979 and winner of over 27 film festival awards, Guardians is his most intense film yet. The audience is invited to stay on after the film for a Q & A with the film maker David Wittkower and Gloucester Harbor Master and former Officer in Charge Boatswain Mate Senior Chief (ret) James Caulkett.

Tickets in advance or at the door: $9. or 978-546-7391

Shalin Liu Performance Center: 37 Main Street, Rockport, Massachusetts

Go See! The Lobstah Crackah Ballet

All right let me just spell it out for you.

You could buy tickets to Boston’s Nutcracker and spend $40 (if you’re lucky) on parking, $74 for nosebleed seats, per ticket for a family of four and refreshments, say conservatively speaking $50 for a total of $386.  To see something that has absolutely zero relevance to your lives.


Orrrrrrrrrr, you could bring your family to the Annie At Blackburn and see The Lobstah Crackah Ballet performed by locals and featuring a Lobster and my favorites- super crazy menacing seagulls who poop all over the stage along with a whole bevy of other sea creatures.  For a teeny tiny fraction of that price!

We went night before last and Snoop Maddie Mad and The Bean have not stopped talking about it.  It’s a ballet, so know that up front so there are no words but there is a ton of action and unlike The Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker where it costs you $74 for the worst seats in the house PER TICKET you could go to The Lobstah Crackah Ballet for a mere $15 (suggested donation) per ticket.



So again $386 to go see the Nutcracker Ballet in Boston vs $60 to See Seagulls Poop all over the stage at The Annie!!!

I say go with the Poop all the way and that will leave you precisely $326 left over to spend on Christmas presents downtown!

Not to mention that the seating at the Annie puts you on top of the action instead of needing a set of those stupid  mini binoculars to possibly catch a glimpse of the action at The Boston Ballet from the cheap seats.  Duh, No-Brainer.



If you bring your family I highly suggest going to Giuseppe’s downstairs from the Annie,the food was fantastic, the service top notch and you can grab one of their specialty pizzas and a couple of kids meals and be out of there for under $50.

Here are some pics from our great night in GTown!

Dinner at Giuseppe’s-

Giuseppe’s Special Pizza

Chicken Fingers, the good kind

On To The Annie!


For more info check out the website-

Gloucester Blue From Mark Destino

Mark writes-

Hi Joey,
Walking through the east village yesterday late afternoon. Stumbled upon the Cherry Lane theater – Saw the poster. Caught the play – only its sixth run through. I think it was about pilgrims verses the natives  – but isn’t everything.  
Had a funny little post performance chat and a sweet fish town remembrance with Izzy and Gillian. 
The world is curious but particularly Gloucester – shes a most curious place.
We, from far and away, send our love home.


Kim Smith Premiere’s Through The Garden Gate At Sawyer Free Library Nov 3rd

Kim writes-

Dear Gardening Friends,

Come join us Thursday, November 3rd, at 7:00 pm at the Friend Room of the Sawyer Free Library for the premiere of my new series of video specials for Cape Ann TV, titled Through the Garden Gate, featuring "The Butterfly Garden at Willowdale Estate."  The event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. I hope you can come!

Premiere Sponsored by the Sawyer Free Library

Just a few of the many butterflies, and their nectar plants and native host plants, featured in The Butterfly Garden at Willowdale Estate:

Monarch Butterfly and Verbena bonariensisRed-spotted Purple and Annablelle Hydrangea_DSF14817. Eastern Redbud -1 (Cercis canadensis)

check out Kim’s Blog here-

Kim Smith Designs

Song of The Sea -Get Your Tickets!

Wondrous Friends and Relations:

Please come out to see Willa (and Lila, Rebecca, Asha, and a whole cast of locals!) in Song of the Sea. Willa and her friends wrote the play last winter and now have starring roles!

The suggested donation for tickets is $15 per person. I encourage you to pay what you can or what you feel is appropriate, especially for those with kids! If you can or want to pay more then please do – It makes it possible for others who cannot pay full price to attend. Either way – Just come! Also, the tickets are considered a donation so they are tax deductible.

There are 12 shows! Help us fill the seats! It’s going to be a great show!

Thanks – Lara 


We talked about this way back when they started putting the show together, now it’s time to go check out the fruit of their labor

We filmed this talking about the beginning stages of production on the 16th of March.

Here is the cast and crew from Henry Allen-

Here is the rest of the cast/crew list for ‘Song of the Sea’, if you want to post it. It has been a wonderful collaborative effort!
Narrator Rose Worthley – Sara Wheeler
Old Lunch Lady Loretta Worthley – Bebe Nelson
Child Loretta – Willa Brosnihan
Girl Loretta – Lila Olson
Young Loretta – Patrice Kelly
Old Lunch Lady Malvina Worthley Murse – Jennifer Lee Levitz
Girl Malvina – Bella Eaton
Lunchroom Kids:
Carla – Shannon Kelly
William – Scott Brown
Sam – Ivan Demarjian
Xavier – Enzo Paganetti
Esperanza – Maeve Plueler
Maleyah the Selkie – Rebecca Dowd
Pirate Mr. Rodgers – Richard Crowell
Mermaid Child – Asha Egmont
Mermaid Queen – Melissa Martin
Composer – Derek Dupuis
Music Director – Ben Patey
Art Directors – Shay Cajolet & Loren Doucette
Sets & Puppets – Students of the Gloucester Community Arts Charter School
Costumes & props: Parents
Production Manager – Nick Neyeloff
Technical Director – Richard Crowell
Assistant Lighting Director – Ramani Rangan
Stage Manager & Makeup – Nicola Scola
Director – Henry Allen

New exhibition to open at the Cape Ann Museum in March


The Cape Ann Museum will present a special exhibition of works by artist Alfred Czerepak (1928-1986).  The Art of Al Czerepak will open with a reception on Saturday, March 5 and remain on display through May 29.  The exhibition will include a wide range of works by this multi-talented artist and teacher including examples of his paintings, prints and wood carvingsdrawn from private collections throughout the area.

Czerepak was born in 1928 in Haverhill and received his formal art training in Boston immediately following World War II.  He was introduced to Cape Ann, as many artists were, as a result of his training under Aldro Hibbard at what is now the Massachusetts College of Art and at Hibbard’s summer art school which was held in Rockport from 1920 to 1949.  In Rockport, Czerepak quickly became part of a small but energetic group of young artists who were devoted to exploring new theories and techniques and to pushing the boundaries of Cape Ann’s largely conservative art colony.

Over the years, Czerepak became a well known and much loved member of Cape Ann’s art community.  He maintained studios in Rockport and later at Reeds Wharf in East Gloucester.  He exhibited his works widely including, during his early years in Rockport, with the Cape Ann Society of Modern Artists and later at the Rockport Art Association, the North Shore Art Association and numerous other galleries throughout the North Shore.  Czerepak taught life drawing and sculpture courses at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, inspiring a whole generation of artists who studied under him during his 15 years at the school.

Also on view is the special exhibition To Gather Together and Keep These Bonds: Highlights from the Permanent Collection.  Docent-led tours will be offered every Friday and Saturday at 11:00 a.m. and on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. No reservations are required.

Funding for these programs is made possible through a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency which promotes excellence, access, education and diversity in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences, in order to improve the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents and to contribute to the economic vitality of our communities.

The Cape Ann Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Museum is closed during the month of February, on Mondays, and on major holidays. Admission is $8.00 adults, $6.00 Cape Ann residents, seniors and students. Children under 12 and Museum members are free. The Museum is wheelchair accessible. For more information please call: (978) 283-0455. Additional information can be found online at

Liza Browning Cape Ann Museum

Gloucester, MA 01930 978-283-0455  ext.16

Peter Krasinski Spite Marriage Event at St John’s Church Feb 5th


Dear Joey,  I love GMG.  Can you put up this announcement.  It’s lots of fun, and is always a full house.  Attached is a jpg of the original poster.
St. John’s Church welcomes back for winter fun Peter Krasinski, Boston organist who will accompany Buster Keaton’s silent film Spite Marriage on Saturday, February 5 at 7 pm.  Laugh at the slapstick comedy of Buster Keaton’s silent film “Spite Marriage” (76 min.), about an unassuming dry cleaner in love with a famous actress who in turn loves somebody else. Organist Peter Krasinski improvises the music, just as it would have been performed at the movie’s release in 1929. An organ consultant, conductor, and music educator as well as a performer, Krasinski currently serves as accompanist at Beth El Temple Center in Belmont and organist of First Church of Christ, Scientist in Providence. $15/10 students and elders, at the door. Vintage Cartoons start at 6 pm.
St. John’s Chuch, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester 978.283.1708

Rockport Music Announces Winter/Spring Events in Shalin Liu Performance Center

Rockport Music is pleased to announce its 2011 Winter/Spring season, featuring over 25 concerts and events in the beautiful, oceanfront Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, Massachusetts (Boston Globe – Best of the New 2010!). An intimate 330-seat venue, the Performance Center is unique in America, as it features stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean through a floor-to-ceiling glass window that serves as the backdrop to the stage. From January through May audiences will enjoy the finest classical chamber music, outstanding jazz with faculty from the renowned Berklee College of Music, a Celtic fiddler, an Austrian cabaret artist, legendary rock performers from the 1960s, high definition (HD) live broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera and HD broadcasts from England’s famed National Theatre.

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Ian McColl’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”

The spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future return to Blackburn Performing Arts  in the  annual production of Ian McColl’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” featuring a cast of 40 residents from Cape Ann.
The family-friendly show features caroling and dancing as the story of Ebenezer Scrooge unfolds. The audience will watch as Scrooge transforms from his miserly ways to a man eager to share in the tradition of giving. The spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future lead him on a mystical journey through which he discovers the true meaning of Christmas.
This year’s production features writer/director  Ian McColl as Scrooge,  Daniel Diamond in two roles, as Bob Cratchit as well as the spirit of Jacob Marley and Evie Gariepy as Mrs. Cratchit. The cast includes children, teens and adults in an array of roles including angels, urchins, spirits, townspeople, and of course the Cratchit family, including Tiny Tim who is being played by O’Maley student Jack Favazza.
Actors as young as 4 and as old as 60 are working together to tell this story to their Gloucester audience. The ghost scenes are not too scary, and the show is appropriate even for the youngest audience members – and, of course, it comes with a big happy ending.
McColl is thrilled when he sees former alumni return to see the production as part of the audience, and has  been looking  forward to the day when the next generation of children would carry on the tradition of their parents by taking part in the annual show. This year Bailee Militello, who is playing an angel, is the daughter of Brianna Saunders Militello, who played an angel and a Cratchit child in this production 15 years ago, fulfills McColl’s dream. 
The cast will perform the show a seven times over the next two weeks when the words of Dickens once again will ring out under the stage spotlight.
Cast: Isaac Aiello, Bonnie Barrish, Anna Bonacorso, Alexis Brown, Zach Brown, Briana Bruni, Katie Burke, Richard Crowell, Jake D’Ambrosio, Zach DaSilva, Daniel Diamond, Alexis Exama, Jada Exama, Marissa Exama, Jack Favazza, Evie Gariepy, Christina Giambanco, Rosalia Giambanco, Alicia Gibney, Ava Glass, Belle Graves, Alexandra Legendre, Jessica Lupo, Melodey Mathews, Clara Mazo, Victor Mazo, Molly McCarthy, Ian McColl, Bailee Militello, Stefanie Millefoglie,  Allie-Rose Nicastro, Linda York Robbins, Olivia Rodier, Sabrina Siragusa, Rachel Sternlicht, Sarah Urbanski, and Nancy Williams.
What: Ian McColl’s adaption of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens
Where: Blackburn Performing Arts at 1 Washington St. in the Blackburn Building in Gloucester
When:  Opening on Friday December 10th at 7:30 p.m. Performances are scheduled for Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. through Dec. 19th. Tickets are available at the door.  $12.00 for adults and $10 for students and 65+
Photo 1: Alexis Brown, Daniel Diamond, Jack Favazza, Evie Gariepy, and Belle Graves as the Cratchits

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Photo 2: Cast Photo

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This Week At Cape Ann Community Cinema (11/25-12/2)


On Thanksgiving Day at 7:30pm, the Cape Ann Community Cinema at 21 Main Street in Gloucester continues its holiday tradition by again screening Arlo Guthrie’s 1969 chestnut "Alice’s Restaurant." The $10.00 ticket (no passes accepted) benefits Cape Ann’s food pantry, The Open Door. Guests are encourage to bring a non-perishable food item.
During the holiday weekend and the following week, the Cinema will present:
* "Mao’s Last Dancer" (Drama) – Friday the 26th and Sunday the 28th at 12:30pm.
* "The Secret Of Kells" (Animated) – Friday the 26th and Sunday the 28th at 3:00pm.
* "Four Lions" (Comedy) – Friday the 26th through Sunday the 28th at 5:00pm; Tuesday the 30th through Saturday the 4th at 5:00pm.
* "The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest" (Thriller) – Friday the 26th through Sunday the 28th at 7:30pm; Tuesday the 30th through Thursday the 2nd at 2:00pm.
* "Best Worst Movie" (Documentary) – Saturday the 27th at 10:00pm.
Special event programming for the week includes:
* "Love’s Labour’s Lost" (Play in HD) – Shakespeare’s immortal comedy, performed in his very own Globe Theatre in London, has its final performances Tuesday the 30th at 7:30pm, Wednesday the 1st at 11:00am, Thursday the 2nd at 7:30pm, and Saturday and Sunday the 4th and 5th at 1:30pm.
* "Race To Nowhere" (Documentary) – Director Vicki Abeles turns the personal political, igniting a national conversation in her new documentary about the pressures faced by American schoolchildren and their teachers in a system and culture obsessed with the illusion of achievement, competition and the pressure to perform. Featuring the heartbreaking stories of young people across the country who have been pushed to the brink, educators who are burned out and worried that students aren’t developing the skills they need, and parents who are trying to do what’s best for their kids, "Race To Nowhere" points to the silent epidemic in our schools: cheating has become commonplace, students have become disengaged, stress-related illness, depression and burnout are rampant, and young people arrive at college and the workplace unprepared and uninspired.
"Race To Nowhere" is a call to mobilize families, educators, and policy makers to challenge current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright, contributing and leading citizens.
The film plays Wednesday, December 1st at 7:30pm. Director Vicki Abeles will appear for a Q&A via Skype. The $10.00 ticket (no passes accepted) benefits The Gloucester Education Foundation.
Synopses and trailers for all films are available on the Cinema’s website at, and the Cinema can be reached at (978) 309-8448.

Rockport Music Presents the Grace Kelly Quintet With Opening Act: The Polygroove Orchestra Nov 5th

Gregg Sorensen writes-

Hi, Joey:

I’m very pleased to inform you that jazz saxophonist Grace Kelly, a rising star on the international jazz scene, has just asked The Polygroove Orchestra, made up of five Rockport High School students, to perform as the opening act for her concert at the Shalin Liu Performance Center on Friday, November 5 at 8:00 p.m. Rockport Music is thrilled to present its hometown band of young musicians, continuing its commitment to supporting youth in the Rockport and Gloucester Public Schools and in communities throughout the North Shore.


Rockport Music presents the Grace Kelly Quintet
Opening Act: The Polygroove Orchestra

Friday, November 5, 8PM

Shalin Liu Performance Center, 37 Main Street in Rockport MA

Ticket prices are $25, $37, $46

Tickets may be purchased at or at 978-546-7391

Grace Kelly is 18 years old and is considered of the greatest jazz saxophonists in the country.

She is also a singer, songwriter and arranger.

She is from Brookline, Massachusetts.

Grace performs in jazz clubs all over the United States and in Europe.

She’s performed at the top jazz festivals in the United States.
Harry Conick Jr, Wynton Marsalis are supporters of Grace.

The Boston Phoenix reader poll named her the “Best Boston Act” for jazz, three years in a row.

For such a young performer she has produced 5 CD’s.
The Polygroove Orchestra, made up of five Rockport High School students, will be the opening act.

Thank you!

Gregg Sorensen

The Polygroove Orchestra
The Polygroove Orchestra consists of five Rockport high school students, who, as part of the school’s music program, joined together to form a jazz combo in 2009. After working together for school performances, the group began to perform publicly  and became known as the Polygroove Orchestra. They have played at a number of events and venues, including the Rockport HarvestFest, the reception to welcome the new Rockport Town Administrator,  the Sandy Bay Yacht Club Lecture Series,  Gloucester’s Battle of the Bands Fundraiser, the Rockport Rotary Club’s Tree-Lighting Dinner, Rockport PTO fundraisers, and a student-organized rally to support the recent town override. Their repertoire is an eclectic mix of jazz, blues, standards, and rock, and they bring a fresh perspective and youthful energy to each performance.
Band members are:
Alex Caffi – drums
Erik Lees – bass
Robin Lovell – keyboard
Alek Razdan – tenor sax/clarinet, vocals
Evan Razdan – trumpet

Rockport Middle School Performs Annie This Weekend


Rockport Middle School Performs Annie.  This weekend.

The cast of this year’s middle school musical, "Annie," has been hard

at work rehearsing every day after school since the first week of

school. Due to the large number of performers, there will be two

casts: one cast will handle the Thursday night and Saturday matinee

performances and the other will perform on Friday and Saturday nights.

Additionally, our crew members have begun work on our complex,

multi-level set.  Putting together this show has been a team effort

involving over 75 middle school students and several high school

student assistant directors, in addition to the support of teachers,

staff, and parents.

       Annie is sure to be a production you won’t soon forget, so don’t miss

out! Performances will be October 28 and 29 at 7:00 pm and on October

30 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. There will be no performances on Sunday the

31st (Halloween). General Admission tickets are $10. Tickets for

students and seniors are $7. For more information, call the middle

school office at 978-546-1250.

Niki Bogin Invites You To See “ASPARAGUS: A STALKUMENTARY” Wednesday October 6th

You are cordially invited to join us for a benefit screening of the film ASPARAGUS: A STALKUMENTARY on Wednesday, October 6th at 7:30pm at the Cape Ann Community Cinema at 21 Main Street in Gloucester. The $10.00 ticket benefits The Cape Ann Farmers’ Market, and is part of The Cape Ann Film Festival, which runs through Sunday, October 17th in Gloucester and Rockport Music Cinema in Rockport.

The Cinema has a great selection of organic popcorn, locally-brewed cane sodas and fair trade chocolate bars (and a frozen chocolate-covered banana that is to plotz for).

For more information on The Cape Ann Film Festival, visit


31st Annual Rockport Acoustic Music Festival This Sunday!


Alek Razdan and The A-Train Orchestra are playing for FREE on Sunday … with some fantastic other performers all day…

Here is the Lineup of Performers for the Rockport Acoustic Music Festival

Click on Performers at

12:00- Two Johns and a Matt

12:30- Brian O’Connor

1:00- Bandit Kings

1:30- The Dejas

2:00- Brad Byrd

2:30- What Time is it Mr. Fox?

3:00- Alek Razdan and The A-Train Orchestra

3:30- Baze Band (Christine, Greg Dann and friends)

4:00- Bob Kramer Band

4:30- Bingo Fridays

5:00- Jam till we’re done with Sonny Fishcakes Music Review

Throughout the day’s setups, experience Diabolis Musica.

Food sales to support Rockport’s own extravaganza – New Years Rockport Eve – Save room for: hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, chips, strawberry shortcakes, desserts, Nisu (Finnish Coffee Bread), popcorn, lemon ice, and beverages.


Please join us for the 31st Annual Rockport Acoustic Music Festival

See new info and video at

Sunday, August 15, 2010

In Millbrook Meadow – Across From Front Beach in Rockport, Mass

Noon to 6:00 PM

All Are Welcome for Free

See you there…. for:


Food and Fun are always available

Spread the news… tell your friends about

Thanks to everyone for supporting this free community event!


David Cutler

Annisquam Villiage Players Present Annie- Captured By David Cox- Playing Now!











What : Annisquam Village Players presents the musical ANNIE
When : August 10 through August 15, 2010
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday performances at 7:30pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday performances at 8:00pm
Where : Annisquam Village Hall
34 Leonard Street, off of Route 127 North
Annisquam, MA 01930
Ticket prices : $15 General Admission
$30 Reserved Seating, ordered only online at

General Admission tickets can be purchased at :
The Bookstore of Gloucester, 61 Main Street, Gloucester MA 978-281-1548
The Annisquam Exchange, 38 Leonard Street, Annisquam MA 978-281-0358
Lula’s Pantry, 79 Main Street, Rockport 978-546-0010
Sea Fair in Annisquam Village only on Saturday July 31st
and online at

The Annisquam Village Hall is air-conditioned and handicap accessible.
Refreshments available at intermission.

Annisquam Village Players presents the musical ANNIE


What :   Annisquam Village Players presents the musical ANNIE
When :  August 10 through August 15, 2010
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday performances at 7:30pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday performances at 8:00pm
Where :  Annisquam Village Hall
34 Leonard Street, off of Route 127 North
Annisquam, MA 01930
Ticket prices :  $15 General Admission
$30 Reserved Seating, ordered only online at

General Admission tickets can be purchased at :
The Bookstore of Gloucester, 61 Main Street, Gloucester MA    978-281-1548
The Annisquam Exchange, 38 Leonard Street, Annisquam MA    978-281-0358
Lula’s Pantry, 79 Main Street, Rockport  978-546-0010
Sea Fair in Annisquam Village only on Saturday July 31st
and online at

The Annisquam Village Hall is air-conditioned and handicap accessible.
Refreshments available at intermission.