Monthly Archives: October 2017

Gloucestercast 248 With Joe Orlando Jr and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

Gloucestercast 248 With Joe Orlando Jr and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

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Topics Include:

Any Candidate Running For Gloucester Election Is welcome To Participate In The Gloucestercast By Getting In Touch With Me.

Joseph Orlando Jr Running for City Council At-Large- Why?


Gloucester DPW crew members Mike Tarantino and Phil Cucuru are installing a new sign at the very beginning of the footbridge. The new sign is meant to be more visible and to help eliminate the confusion regarding when and when not dogs are permitted on the beach. The older sign near the new showers will continue to be used by the Friends of Good Harbor Beach community organization to post current and important notices.

Phil and Mike always do a top-notch job!


With blustering wind and pending rain clouds, this morning’s sunrise from the Backshore was full of surprises.

Beeman Memorial Elementary School Art Show at Cape Ann Museum

Reminder just a few days left to see amazing Rockbound exhibition! Upcoming collaboration among the museum, GPS,  and teachers at the Cape Ann Museum:

“The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present the November 2017 Student Art Gallery exhibit. Projects by Beeman Memorial Elementary School (Gloucester) students will be on view in the CAM Activity Center throughout the month. The  show is curated by Art Specialist Anne Pieterse BFA/MAT and student teacher Lindsay Smith who is earning her BFA in Art Education at Montserrat.



Grade 5:     Drawings inspired by their sail on          the Schooner Thomas E. Lannon

Grades 3-5: Pastel pumpkins

Grades 3-4: Positive and negative designs

Grade 3:      Paper tree sculptures

Grade 2:     Totem poles

Grade 1:     Walk with a Line painting 

Kindergarten:       Line Explosions sculptures

The second Saturday of every month is free for families with school-age children and special youth programs take place from 10:00AM to 12:00PM. Join us Saturday November 11th to view a new exhibit of WWII Veterans portraits by photographer Jason Grow. In the CAM Activity Center create a self-portrait and make a kind craft for a veteran. Drop into the Activity Center anytime for hands on play and art activities, updated monthly.

The Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester.”


Magnolia Library Fall Market

Great time at the Magnolia Fall Market, thank you to the Magnolia Library Board for putting this together.  For more information on the Magnolia please follow the link below:


A big thank you to contributor Pat Dalpiaz for her lovely cards that Pat donated to the Magnolia Library

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