All Things Victorian First Place TV Award For Cape Ann TV
Lisa Griffiths aka Victoriana Lady Lisa (aka That Nutty Redhead) wearing circa 1900 attire from her antique traveling museum collection. Shawl donated by Cape Ann resident Ruth Burnham.
I am incredibly honored, and proud, of John Grant and my 1st Place Award for our TV program “All Things Victorian” which airs Thursday 8:30pm on Cape Ann TV. We attended the awards ceremony today in NH. We won for “Profile Talk Show” in the professional category, in the northeast region including New England and New York. We are delighted that other TV stations already want to broadcast the program in their area.
We thank the Alliance for Community Media, their judges, and Cape Ann TV for this wonderful opportunity to promote Victorian history. I also thank my soul mate and co-producer John Thomas Grant for creating this program, and for the hours of work that he puts into each show.
We are excited about the upcoming episodes, which include a Victorian Tea at the historic Emerson Inn in Rockport, an exclusive Steampunk exhibition, a Victorian baking show, an expert on Genealogy, and much more. Stay tuned, and prepare to be dazzled!
You can watch episodes on CapeAnnTV.org and on Youtube under “All Things Victorian.”
Gloucester Block Party 2014
As many of you know have a Kickstarter Project underway with only 3 weeks left. I’m not yet halfway to my goal yet. My record of accomplishments should encourage you to sponsor me with confidence. I’m a woman who gets the job done. I humbly ask for your support for my business, and I thank those that have already joined me on this incredible journey. The exposure from my TV program generates interest in my gourmet nut business. (My recipe is based on my Victorian grandmother’s recipe, so it all ties in together. )
Please partner with me. Any and all dollar amounts will be appreciated, as it adds up when many people come together. I have wonderful thank you rewards waiting for you!
My sincerest thanks!! To be a sponsor- https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1019762443/that-nutty-redhead-praline-gourmet-nuts?ref=nav_search
Cape Ann TV Announces It’s Next Lunch & Learn Event
Getting Started with Adobe Premiere
Adobe Premiere Basics taught by Cape Ann TV’s Henry Cooper
Cape Ann TV (www.capeanntv.org), a regional non-profit local access television station that serves all of Cape Ann, is pleased to announce the next learning experience in the popular “Lunch & Learn” series – Getting Started with Abode Premiere to be held on October 21, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at Cape Ann TV (38 Blackburn Center, Gloucester MA 01930).
“The question of which editing platform to use is a common one,” said Erich Archer, Executive Director of Cape Ann TV. “Adobe Premiere has been generating a tremendous amount of interest recently and it’s time we open the hood and take a look.”
Here to guide us through the basics is Henry Cooper. Henry has a Graduate Certificate in Digital Video from Northeastern University and has worked as a Production Assistant with Rockport Music for 3 years. He has a wonderful and informative presentation to help us navigate through getting started with Adobe Premiere.
About Cape Ann TV: Cape Ann TV is a non-profit, member-based organization dedicated to the Cape Ann Community. Cape Ann TV is an important community resource that gives everyone a voice. We strive to produce programming and educational content for the community, by the community.
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will fill up fast!
Lunch to be provided.
NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION SPECIAL ARTIST PRESENTATION
Sunday, October 12th, 3pm, “Remembrance – The Pink Chair Project” OPEN FREE
TO THE PUBLIC
Artist Lynn Schulte, currently on exhibit in a two-part solo show at NSAA, will present stories and answer questions about those paintings which comprise an homage to her mother -“Remembrance-The Pink Chair Project.” Schulte says, “The Pink Chair Project” is a story that everyone can relate to. We have all lost someone, and dealing with our grief is a universal journey. As an author and artist I found a route that brought me closer to my mother than ever before in many unexpected ways. This project has been traveling for three years with this being its fourteenth and final stop.”
In addition, Schulte will share background on the second part of her show “New England Shores” – richly colored oil paintings that celebrate working waterfronts, sky
The North Shore Arts Association’s galleries are open, free to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
More information on all North Shore Arts Association events is available by visiting their website at www.nsarts.org , and by email at email@example.com , or by telephone 978 283-1857.
Get a raised-bed garden for your backyard!
Would you like to pick fresh vegetables from your own backyard garden next summer? If so, you should apply for the 2015 Backyard Garden program from Backyard Growers, the grassroots nonprofit that brought schoolyard gardens to every public school in Gloucester and has put raised-bed gardens in the backyards of 120 Gloucester households.
Don’t delay! Now is the time to apply — Backyard Growers will be reducing the number of backyard gardens they offer next year to focus more on school and community gardens.
Low- to moderate-income Gloucester families are invited to apply. The deadline is Thursday, October 16. Get your application at www.backyardgrowers.org.