Finally….last Saturday’s Block Party’s photos! It was great and well attended.
Words won’t adequately describe how delicious was Passport’s French dinner. I had only my cell phone camera with me but I think you will get the idea.
1st Course ~ Superb panko crusted super fresh big eye tuna, crispy rare, with sweet and spicy sriracha glaze, and carrot snow pea slaw. My husband says it is his new favorite entree, anywhere, anytime. Served with sparkling Brut Dargent Blanc de Blanc
Nick DiFazio from M.S. Walker did an outstanding job selecting the accompanying wines. The three entree-sized servings were simply exquisite and, along with the blood orange sorbet for dessert, it was one of my favorite dinners I have ever experienced. Thank you Passports for the wonderfully joyful cooking. Hats off to Chefs Eric, Jeremy, and Alex!
The cost of the wine dinners is 45.00 per person, which in my opinion is an extraordinarily low price considering the caliber of the food and wine. Each course is served with a VERY generous glass of perfectly paired wine, four glasses in all.
Nick DiFazio from M.S. Walker
Architect Halfdan M. Hanson: His Hidden Legacy
A multimedia presentation followed by optional tour of Our Lady of Good Voyage Church
Saturday, July 23 at 1:00p.m.
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a lecture and walking tour focusing on the life and work of Halfdan Hanson, architect of Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House. Hanson’s granddaughter, Linda Brayton and great-granddaughter, Jen Holmgren, share the fascinating details of his hidden legacy and conclude with a short walk to view Our Lady of Good Voyage Church, one of Hanson’s major designs.
Tickets are $10 for Cape Ann Museum and Historic New England members / $15 non-members (Museum admission included). Space is limited; reservations required.
For more information and/or to purchase tickets, call (978)283-0455 x10 email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Cape Ann Museum – Historic New England Collaborations:
August 6, 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Old House Doctor at the Cape Ann Museum’s White-Ellery House
Hopper’s Houses – A Guided Walking Tour
Get your art fix outside.
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a guided walking tour of select Gloucester houses made famous by American realist painter Edward Hopper on Saturday, July 23 at 10:00 a.m. Tours last about 1 1/2 hours and are held rain or shine. Participants should be comfortable being on their feet for that amount of time. Cost is $10 for Cape Ann Museum members; $20 for nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Space is limited and reservations are required. Email email@example.com or call (978) 283-0455 x10 for more information or to reserve a space. This tour will be offered again on July 30, August 12 and August 27.
American realist painter Edward Hopper is known to have painted in Gloucester on five separate occasions during the summer months between 1912 and 1928. He began working in watercolor, capturing the local landscape and architecture in loosely rendered, light filled paintings. This special walking tour will explore the neighborhood surrounding the Museum, which includes many of the Gloucester houses immortalized by Hopper’s paintings.
NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION HOSTS ROCKY NECK ART COLONY’S PRESIDENT AND ARTS/CONSERVATION ACTIVIST KAREN RISTUBEN IN SPECIAL PRESENTATION
“The Intersection of Marine Science, Conservation, Activism and Arts.” This is the third offering of a series addressing the interconnection of the Arts and Sciences as part of NSAA’s “Art in Action – Connecting Communities” initiative for their 2016 season.
Saturday, July 23, 3 PM. Open Free to the Public.
Fascinated by the transparency and reflectivity of glass, and similarly those qualities in our ocean waters, highly regarded Arts and Environmental activist and major force for the growth of the arts on Cape Ann, Karen Ristuben will offer a dynamic look at the ways in which marine science, conservation, and the arts can positively impact each other. Through photography, video, sound and performance with “environmental advocacy at the core” her goal is “to expand the efforts of scientists working on issues of ocean contamination and public health” and to stimulate interest, involvement and awareness in the general public.
By using the arts to present fascinating information about our ocean environment she believes that visual, sensory offerings provide an emotional experience allowing audiences to come away not only with new and interesting information, but also a desire to learn how they can make a difference. Aesthetically compelling experiences can be transformational in stimulating individuals’ discovery that they can, in whatever way personally appeals to them, make a direct difference in the protection of our oceans and planet.
Karen Ristuben’s presentation promises to be not only an innovative educational experience, but also a stimulating and exciting melding of the Arts and Sciences.
Supporting Ocean Alliance’s mission to protect and preserve our oceans and marine life and North Shore Arts Association and Rocky Neck Art Colony’s mission of supporting the arts, an “Art Exhibition of the Sea and Science” continues through July 30 in the galleries of NSAA. Although works of all genres will be on display, the main focus will be works depicting the sea and Cape Ann.
The North Shore Arts Association’s galleries are open, free to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, Noon to 5 PM.
Hans Pundt Summer Artist Exhibition
Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck
Show Dates: July 20 – August 9, 2016
Reception: SAT July 23, 6 to 8 pm
Gloucester resident and mixed media/assemblage artist Hans Pundt is the fourth Summer Artist in the Rocky Neck Art Colony’s Summer Artist Series at Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck. His show opens on Wednesday, July 20, and continues to August 9 with the opening reception on Saturday July 23, from 6-8 pm.
Pundt searches out the rich visuals found in the obscure and unusual. His creative spirit takes him on a journey that can be quirky, mystical, edgy, odd and fascinating, which is all reflected in his work along with a bit of fun. Every piece he creates tells a story and engages the viewer to use his or her own imagination to interpret the story.
He loves to use found objects in his collage and assemblage work, often combining the two mediums. He enjoys the hunt for materials, the tactile manipulation and construction of the piece and likes giving life back to found objects and discarded bits of paper.
Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck
53 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930
Sun – Thurs 10:00 AM-6:00 PM, Fri and Sat 10:00AM – 8:00 PM
For more information call Gallery 53 at 978-282-0917.
The Evolution of Architecture in Gloucester
Architecture Walking Tours at the Cape Ann Museum
The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a new addition to its popular outdoor walking tours. The Evolution of Architecture in Gloucester will take place on Sunday, July 24 at 2:00p.m.
Downtown Gloucester boasts a variety of architectural styles, often alternating from one house to the next. This historical architecture tour will introduce participants to those building styles from the mid-18th to the mid-20th century. Participants will learn to distinguish key architectural elements that grew out of the socio-economic and cultural changes in Gloucester that took place during this 200 year period. After this tour you’ll find it hard not to notice the diversity offered in Cape Ann’s building styles and what they reveal about the community during different time periods.
This walking tour is offered in conjunction with this summer’s special exhibition, Design/Build: The Drawings of Phillips & Holloran, Architects which runs through October 9, 2016.
All walking tours begin in front of the Cape Ann Museum. Guided walking tours are held rain or shine and last about 1½ hours; participants should be comfortable being on their feet for that amount of time. $10 Museum members; $20 nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Space is limited; reservations required. Call (978)283-0455 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Tickets can also be purchased online at Eventbrite.
This walking tour is also offered on Friday, August 5 at 10:00a.m.
SAFETY features – Dan King,Tony Goddess, Dennis Monagle, Renee Dupuis, Megan Mckensie, and Brian King
Safety Alumni – Kascia Murray, Guy Fiero, Colin Harhay, Ann Marie
Live 80s cover band featuring 4 lead singers and the best hair in music (currently).
80’s done with a new twist and fantastic duds.
Your party, is our party.
Bangles, Bowie, Blondie, Eurythmics, Kulture Klub, Go Go’s, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Prince, The Cure, Stacie Q., Devo, Talking Heads, The Pretenders, Michael Jackson, Depeche Mode…
AND MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE HITS!
On Saturday, July 23rd, New England folk music’s most recognized names share the stage on Gloucester’s historic waterfront for the first annual EBB & FOLK.
2016 Grammy Award winner for best country song, Lori McKenna, headlines an extraordinary day of music featuring Chris Trapper, Mark Erelli, Chad Perrone, Amy Fairchild, Brian Jarvis and others.
The event takes place under the event tent at Cape Ann Marina (Mile Marker One) on the banks of the Annisquam River just feet from historic Gloucester Harbor. In addition to a full day of live music, the the event will feature Cape Ann artisans and merchants presenting the best that the area has to offer.
Ticket information > http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2543337
Upon showing an event ticket, guests will be given an event bracelet allowing them entry and re-entry throughout the day to enjoy the artists of their choosing.
Artist of the event allowing guests to plan for their favorite performers.
1:00pm – Fozzie Hill with Wolf Ginandes (60 minutes) CAPE ANN STAGE
2:00pm – Allen Estes (45 minutes) GLOUCESTER STAGE
2:45pm – Chad Perrone (60 minutes) CAPE ANN STAGE
3:45pm –Amy Fairchild (45 minutes) GLOUCESTER STAGE
4:45pm – Chris Trapper (60 minutes) CAPE ANN STAGE
5:45pm – Brian Jarvis (45 minutes) GLOUCETSER STAGE
6:45pm – Mark Erelli (60 minutes) CAPE ANN STAGE
8:00pm – Lori McKenna (75 minutes) CAPE ANN STAGE
Contact info email Chris Langathianos at email@example.com.
What a treat! I wish everyone could have heard the hundreds of happy cries of “Mine. Mine. Mine.” with each unforgettable Finding Nemo seagull scene. This was real life surround sound right at Gloucester’s harbor, seagulls aloft and searching in the enveloping night.
Thanks Rob, Cape Ann Community Cinema & Stage, for the community movie nights and for taking these photos. I didn’t bring my camera and was too busy eating even if I had! What did we carry in and carry home? On the way to the movies, we walked over to purchase delicious take-out subs from Leonardos for a picnic, and bug spray (not needed it turned out) and sundries from Walgreens. From the vendors at the outdoor movies we picked out candy, Kettlecorn and slush. We didn’t have the fried dough but there’s always next week!
Finding Nemo was the second movie of five FREE outdoor movies hosted by the City of Gloucester HarborWalk through the Cape Ann Community Cinema. Aurelia from North Shore 104.9 and Open Door hosted the festive pre-screening gathering.
The three premier sponsors for the HarborWalk Summer Cinema are North Shore 104.9, Cape Ann Savings Bank, and North Shore Community College. Finding Nemo was presented by Open Door. Next week’s Minions will be shown thanks to Toodeloos!
We are on this incredible tour at Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House. Descendants of both Sleeper and Hanson are here! This special programming duet was brought together by two Gloucester institutions, the Cape Ann Museum in collaboration with Historic New England’s Beauport property, inspired by the Cape Ann Museum’s Design/Build exhibition.
Lorna Condon, senior curator of Historic New England’s Library and Archives, is leading the tour. Martha Van Koevering is the Site Manager for the Beauport Sleeper-McCann House.
Just a little bit of haze made the Adventure look a tiny bit ominous, and yet still gorgeous, entering the inner harbor.
More Cape Ann Dining News-
After talking to Joey at Captain Joe and Sons where we get our lobsters we’ve decided that the super rare Blue Lobster he gave us to show our customers should really be returned to the ocean to spread more Blue love and procreate. We’ve named him “Blue” and we’re happy to announce that BLUE WILL LIVE ON IN FREEDOM!
So come on by this weekend to check out Blue in our tanks before we release him and stick around for our-
Release “Blue” the Lobster Party!
SUNDAY JULY 25th at 7PM
SUNDAY AT 7PM we will send Blue Back To the Ocean. Come Celebrate with us and watch the sunset and enjoy smores on the firepit and send Blue Off With Some Good JUJU!
For more info-https://www.facebook.com/Lobsterpool/
More from Joey’s BBQ Blog-
Obviously I love BBQ cooking. I love the versatility and ease of using two kettles but if I were only going to own one it would have to be a Performer. That cart just makes everything so simple and convenient. Being able to rest your tray of prepped food of hold your remote thermometer sensor makes things so simple. When you factor in the gas assist for starting your coals, to me, it’s a no-brainer to go with a Performer.
When you consider the fact that unlike gas grills , a Weber Kettle can easily last you over 20 years with the bare minimum of care and you divide out the cost of ownership over all those years, I’d recommend you buy a Performer every time. It’s only a couple hundred more and when you think that you probably only get 5 years on average out of a gas grill…
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A place where non-profit Cape Ann organizations can post press releases directly and then those press releases will be reposted to http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com . This is not an advertising space for businesses, fitness or wellness organizations, or music listings.
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To have your community organization news posted here, contact Joey C who will grant access for you to post directly.
170th Year Anniversary
Saturday July 30, 2016
Leonard Street, Annisquam
10-3pm: Food, Drinks, Plants, Books, Art, White Elephant Table, Children’s Games, T-Shirts, Hats, Candy, Cakes, Famous Waxworks Tableau and more.
6:30-9:30pm Block Party with Live Music and food.
9pm Annual Lighting of Lobster Cove
Come for a bit, come all day and night.
The Largest Little Fair Known.