Tis the Season to Celebrate Gloucester and Cape Ann

December 04, 2019 / Art and Music, Food and Drink, Good to Know, Outdoor Adventures, Things to Do & See

Photo by Susan Cole Kelly Planning your upcoming Holiday Getaway?  We’ve got your list and checking it twice! Cape Ann is chock full of events that will make your heart sing and your soul rejoice. Festivals, Downtown Gloucester’s decorated window contest, fireside dining, live music, warm hospitality, great shopping, and art exhibits! Joy is all… Read more »

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Judges Selected for Gloucester 400 Commemorative Medal Design Competition

September 25, 2019 / Art and Music, Good to Know, History/Maritime, In The News

Gloucester Celebration Corporation, the official organizers of Gloucester, Massachusetts’ 400th-anniversary celebration, announced the official panel of judges for Phase I of the Commemorative Medal Design Competition. The panel is tasked with selecting three finalists from over three dozen designs submitted in Phase I of the competition. Design entries were received from artists worldwide, including Italy,… Read more »

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Meet the Artist

September 10, 2019 / Art and Music, Good to Know

Gloucester has a thriving artist community and is home to Rocky Neck Art Colony, the oldest continuously operated art colony in America.  We’d like to introduce you to three very talented women who make their living through their art here on Cape Ann. Donna Soodalter-Toman JEWELRY DESIGNER, MAKER, COLLECTOR Inspired with a love of jewelry… Read more »

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The Sea Is All About Us – Gloucester Review

August 16, 2019 / Art and Music, Food and Drink, Good to Know, History/Maritime, Outdoor Adventures, Things to Do & See

WITH PERMISSION TO POST AND WRITTEN BY ROBIN CATALANO | FEATURED IN THE GREYLOCK GLASS ON AUGUST 8, 2019 Driving along the boulder-strewn coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts, gives the impression of endless shoreline. Beach rose, summersweet, and milkweed bloom in tight clusters above towering cliffs, their tops desert hues of clay and sand, their bottoms turned inky… Read more »

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