In the Spirit of Giving – A Gift to Maritime Gloucester Will Continue to Give
To inspire students and visitors to value marine science, our maritime heritage and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences.
A donation to Maritime Gloucester is a wonderful way to give back during this season of giving. Your gift will impact our work to inspire, support, and inform about marine science.
Nearly 4,500 students from more than 70 schools and educational groups, including more than 1,000 students from Gloucester and Rockport schools have participated in our programs. Maritime Gloucester directly responds to the challenge facing our nation today to engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
Please consider making a gift to help support our mission.
Ways to Give:
* Online – www.maritimegloucester.com/support
* Mail – 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930
* Gifts from the sale of stock or monthly pledge payments – please
contact Tracy in our office (978-281-0470)
Thank you for your consideration to support Maritime Gloucester!
Happy Holidays & Best Wishes in the New Year.
(Your contribution is tax deductible as allowed by law.)
We’re open this Saturday, December 22nd, from 10 – 4 for last minute maritime shoppers.
Books, merchandise, clothing, schooner Ardelle tickets, Maritime Gloucester memberships and more.
Special discounts available on numerous items and festive beverages will be served.
Where & When
23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
Saturday, December 22nd 10:00-4:00
Gloucester Community Comes Together to Support Children
Every holiday season, with the support of the community HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change) holds a holiday store for children who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence. Donations of toys are brought to HAWC’s Gloucester office and staff and volunteers display the toys on shelves for clients to select for their children. It is the generosity of local community groups such as the Strokers Hot Rod Club of Gloucester that make the store possible and bring joy to many children this holiday season. Thank you to Frank D’Agostino, Bob Kern, Nancy Sykes and LeBaron Hazen who delivered the toys.
HAWC has provided free and confidential services to victims of domestic violence since 1978. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please contact HAWC’s 24 hour hotline 1-800-547-1649 or HAWC’s Gloucester office at 978-282-3251.For more information on HAWC’s services, please visit http://www.hawcdv.org
In picture from (L-R) Jessie Ballantine, HAWC Cape Ann Program Director, Frank D’Agostino, Bob Kern, Nancy Sykes and LeBaron Hazen of Hot Rod Club.
Foxy Lady II
Candle light prayer vigil.
Man at the Wheel Statue.
Gallery Open House to coincide with Rockport Christmas Pageant
“Deep Thought,” by Ed Sullivan
The gallery at Cape Ann Fine Art and Framing, 19 Broadway in Rockport, will hold an open house on Saturday, December 22d, from noon to 8pm.
On display will be over sixty paintings, drawings, and monotypes by preeminent contemporary Cape Ann Artists in a wide range of styles and prices.
Featured at the open house will be over twenty small, framed works of art having discounted prices for holiday shoppers, by Zygmund Jankowski, Dennis Flavin, and Ed Sullivan. Jankowski has a national reputation, and Flavin’s paintings will be exhibited in the Cape Ann Museum in April. Also on display will be works Eileen Mueller, Peter Russell, and Kathryn Tuck.
The gallery at Cape Ann Fine Art and Framing opened its doors in October and aims to serve everyone interested in the contemporary art on Cape Ann, from serious collectors to visitors just discovering its storied and vibrant tradition.
The gallery and custom framery are open Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-3, Sundays in December 11-4, and by appointment, 978-491-7785, capeannfineart.com.