Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2019 ~ This week July 11th Nadia Robertson & The Mari Martin Band!

July 11th 2019

Nadia Robertson & The Mari Martin Band

Mari Martin Band

The City of Gloucester’s Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series Kicked off on the Fourth of July with Peter Hoare opening and closing with The John Jerome Band!

Special thanks to our main sponsor Salem Five Bank as well as to our community sponsors Cape Ann Lanes, Salt Water Grille & Pub, Sunbanque Tanning, Jerry Noble Electricians, Maplewood Car Wash & Pratty’s! We could NOT do this without you! And we hope all of you will visit our sponsors to give them your business and say thank you too! For helping bring the joy of music on hot summer nights to us all! See ya on the hill!

Here are some photos of last week’s concert by Sheila Roberts Orlando

Peter Hoare & The John Jerome Band

 

 

 

 

AUG 30 The Spynz play the last Harbor Loop of the year w/ The Tree House Charlatans to open! 6pm-9pm 8.30.2018

Tree House Charlatans

http://www.treehousecharlatans.com

The Spynz

Band Members
Justin Tocco -lead vocals/guitar
Guy Cloutman -lead guitar
Chris Shailor-bass guitar
Matt Baker -drums

The Spynz – Gloucester are closing out the Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series so don’t miss it! We also have awesome openers Tree House Charlatan(s)! It’s been a great season but we couldn’t do it alone! Thank you to our sponsors Pratty’sJerry Noble Electricians (Thank you Stephen Noble!) Maplewood Car Wash (Thank you Steve Milan!) and special thanks to our main sponsor Salem Five Bank Charitable Foundation (Thank you GR Massey!)

Thank you to all of YOU who come each week and support live music!

Huge thanks to our photographers each week Joanne SilvaRenata Greene Sheila Roberts Orlando!

Much thanks also goes out to our sound techs at Fusion Blue ProductionsNils Carlson & Jarod!

Also thank you to our vendors each week Nana’s Fried DoughBob Orlando Concessions & Cape Ann Gelato

Also, huge cratitude to the man behind the scenes that makes everything happen smooth….thank you Christopher Silva! xo

And thank you to the City of Gloucester & Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken for all your support!

Carol Pallazolla

Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series

Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2018 w/ Sara and Randy & Alligator Wine 6-9pm 8.16.2018

Sarah & Randy

6pm

Alligator Wine

Grateful Dead Tribute Band

Band Members
Chad Verbeck – rhythm guitar & vocals
Tim Kierstead – lead guitar & vocals
Sparky Warsnip – bass & vocals
Lee Sullivan – keyboards & vocals
John Normandin – drums
John Frazee – drums

 

https://www.facebook.com/alligatorwine/

Fantastic Summer Program at Harborlight

I know that those of you with young children are in the midst of trying to plan their summers.  Be sure to explore all options!  Harborlight has some pretty fantastic summer offerings for your child.  Their Beverly campus is very conveniently located if you should find yourself commuting out of town over the summer weeks and just a short 15 minute drive from Gloucester.

If you are looking for exciting and varied summer options for Grades PK-7 please look through their catalogue of summer offerings.

Harborlight offers one-week sessions beginning July 3rd and ending August 25th for Grades 1-7 and two four-week session for PK-Kindergarten aged children.

Elementary aged children may Sign up for one week, or sign up for all eight! 

READ ABOUT ALL OFFERINGS AND FIND ALL PERTINENT INFORMATION HERE

FIND THE ENROLLMENT CONTRACTING AND TUITION HERE

Here are some of the descriptions for Children ages 3-5 and Grades 1-7.  

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Celebrate the 4th:  Visit Trustees of the Reservations and Audubon properties to see “America the Beautiful.” Come back to campus for old-school picnic lunches on the lawn, BBQ, and yard games.  Make patriotic t-shirts, crafts and recipes. Spend the week designing and decorating a patriotic float and take it on parade on Friday!

Ready, Set, Chef!: Take a journey in the life of a restaurateur.  We will explore what it takes to create the concept of a restaurant and what the space and menu will look like.  We will travel to different restaurants on and around the North Shore learning to cook, create, serve, and run a restaurant. Students will launch their own pop-up restaurant on Friday and will be open for business.

Marine Heritage:  Explore Cape Ann’s rich marine heritage.  Join the marine science crew aboard the Sea Station’s vessel Endeavor.  Set sail on a lobster boat, visit touch tanks and learn about ocean life in a fun, hands-on learning environment.

Rock On!:  Join the band and hone your music performance and ensemble skills in a creative and fun environment. Experiment with and learn about instruments from around the world. Improvise during a percussion circle, create through sound-painting activities, and learn to express yourself through music.

History Alive:  Walk the streets that hummed with the actions of the revolution, puritans, accused witches, artists and writers. Be a Colonial! Learn how to make traditional colonial foods, try colonial crafts, games and visit some of the places made famous during the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and the American Revolution. Be a part of history.

A Day at the Museum:  Learn about the history of art through trips to some of the North Shore’s most intriguing museums.  We’ll provide a sketchbook.  You bring a bag lunch, water bottle and your imagination!

Biking and Hiking:  Explore nature as we hike and bike the great outdoors!  We’ll study wildlife, compete in nature scavenger hunts and enjoy geocaching activities while gaining greater appreciation for the natural world.

Break a Leg!:  Let’s put on a show!  Enjoy the rehearsal process while learning more about stage directions, improvisation and character development. On Friday, family and friends are invited to the performance!

Small Swell:  Entering grades 4-8 .   Catch a wave this summer! Learn balance, coordination, timing the waves, falling and getting back on the board in this fun, educational program that is ideal for children of all surfing abilities.

Art Walk:  Stand in the footprints of famous maritime artists and see the harbor through their eyes.  Create your own art inspired by the seascapes and working waterfront before you.  Walk Gloucester’s “Harbor Walk”, complete a scavenger hunt challenge, and stop along the way to sketch, paint, and draw.  Visit the Cape Ann Museum, snack by the water, and return to campus excited to continue the creative process in both the indoor and outdoor art studios.

Coast and Compass:  Entering grades 4-7 .   Enjoy some great summer adventures as we kayak, hike and hit the beach. The highlight of the week will be our legendary two-night trip to the Isle of Shoal’s Star Island where you can hike, play tennis, jump off the dock, roast marshmallows over an open fire, and learn the local lore of the island!

Authors’ Corner:  Become an author and illustrator! Share your love of books with friends as we read, write and illustrate our own work. Learn the craft from guests who are professional authors and artists. Children will come home with a finished product of a picture book, poetry collection, play, or graphic novel.

I Survived!:   Entering grades 3-7 .     Ever wondered how to start a fire, build shelter, search for food, and stay safe in the wilderness? Learn some of the basic skills taught in the Army Ranger School program and then apply your knowledge as we rough-it during a two-night camping trip in New Hampshire.

Animal League:  Come spend a week with Iris the therapy dog and her friends! We will wash, groom, train, walk and play with dogs! Meet a real dog trainer and learn a few tricks yourself. Bake healthy dog treats and learn about various breeds. Have a community “dog wash” and we will give all money earned to our local dog shelter when we visit there. Bring your dog or borrow one of ours for “Bring our Dogs Day” on Friday.

Game On!:  Let’s play some games!  Tennis, soccer, bowling and mini-golf are among the fun activities planned for this session.

And, as the standard Summer Session Day ends, children who wish to sign up for more hours will enjoy Get in the Game: 3:00 – 4:30 daily from 7/3-8/25

Get moving as we explore the wonderful nature of games and sportsmanship. Fine- tune the skills necessary to challenge yourself in a variety of mental games, beach and lawn games and physical challenges. In the circuit of games and strategies presented, many skills will be enhanced, strategies developed, and missions accomplished.

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John Raymond Jerome Band last night @ The Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2016..Next week “What Time Is It Mr. Fox 8.25.2016

 

John Raymond & Geoff small on guitar, Will Kidder on bass, Bob metzger on pedal steel, Steve Jerome on drums dickey Harper on harmonica 0. Have to get the violin players name.

Great night with  threatening clouds. The band played until8is because those clouds gave way to rain. There were so many familiar songs with some originals here and there. This band was real sweet and and so smooth. I think it’s safe to say the crowd loved them… I know I did.

Nex week “What Time Is it Mr. Fox?

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http://www.whattimeisitmrfox.com/

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Tonight Eric Colville Band & Garfish ~ Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2016 6pm 8.11.2016

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Listen here > http://www.ericcolville.com/music.html

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https://www.facebook.com/garfishband/

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*as always…weather permitting.

Happening now! The 37th Rockport Acoustic Music Festival August 7, 2016

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Oh man…This event is awesome..the setting is beautiful and the ocean breeze as well…Rockport
12:30 – Chris Rowan & The Troublemakers
1:00 – Bob Kramer Band
1:30 – Blue Cat Groove
2:00 – Eastern Standard
2:30 – The Jake Pardee Experience
3:00 – Deb Hardy and HUM
4:00 – Greg Dann and Friends
5:00 – Alek Razdan and Meadow Jam

http://www.rockportusa.com/festival-event.cfm?id=1472

Harbor Loop Concert Series Starts this Thursday with “What Time Is It Mr. Fox” and Quentin Callawaert to open 6:30pm July 9, 2015

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Come see the whole band as we kick off the Harbor Loop Concert Series in Gloucester, MA.

Allen Estes and The Souls & Joe Wilkins Band Tonight @ The Harbor Loop Concert 2014 6:30

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Allen Estes

 http://www.allenestes.com/allenestes/Souls_Of_The_Sea_(link).html

 

 

Joe Wilkins -Tonight- Playing at the Harbor Loop stage in Gloucester – outdoors! – with Steve Burke on Bass, Dennis Monagle on drums and Scott Noring on percussion. Allen Estes opens the night the Harbor Loop stage in Gloucester

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http://www.wilkinsnoise.com/

Joe Wilkins original. One of my favorites…

ANNOUNCING OUR FIRST FAMILY-FRIENDLY CREATIVE COMMUNITY OUTDOOR EVENT OF THE SUMMER! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! This Friday, we will be hosted by Soul Cove Center for the Arts at the Manchester Athletic Club! See you there!!!

Henry Allens North Shore Folklore Theatre Company

 

http://henr82.wix.com/northshorefolk

 

8 Atwater Ave

Manchester-By-The-Sea (at the Manchester Athletic Club)

 

Show cancelled ~Jake Pardee and Mamadou This Thursday @ The Harbor Loop Concert Series 2013. Show starts at 6:30

Tonight’s show has been cancelled due to bad weather 

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I bet Jake Pardee will be all electric

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(photo by Mamadou Diop)photo by Mamadou

http://www.mamadou.com/index.php

Don’t forget the Harbor Loop Concert today @ 5:00pm with The Dejas & Digney Fignus ~ As always weather permitting.

The Harbor Loop Concert is happening today: 5:00 to 8:00!!!!!
The Dejas will light it up & Digney Fignus will knock it out of the park!!!
Fitz Hugh Lane Park in GTown…BE THERE!!!

Please send this to all of your friends:):)


http://www.thedejas.com/fr_home.cfm

Digney Fignus~Girl With The Curious Hand

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http://www.digney.com/