GloucesterCast 253 With Stephanie Benenson, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 11/19/17
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Stephanie Beneson www.harborvoices.com Dec 8th & 9th At Kyroz Auditorium Follow Harbor Voices on Instagram @HarborVoices
01:01 Free Tickets To Cape Ann Community Cinema – Share this post on Facebook for a chance to win two free tickets to Cape Ann Community Cinema, The Cinema Listings are always stickied in the GMG Calendar at the top of the blog or you can click here to go directly to the website
Paula Ryan O’Brien Winner of Last Week’s Cape Ann Community
Here are some of the pics from the Sawyer Free Library Children’s Services’ Harvest Festival celebration with Native American dancers from the Passamquoddy and Blackfoot tribes. The kids got to learn about Native American life in early Gloucester and view some really neat artifacts.
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Photos and clip of Senator Bruce Tarr poignant response about the embattled fishing industry at the premiere of Dead in the Water, which was held last night at the Rockport High School auditorium. Director and producer, David Whittkower, is a graduate of Rockport High School and this is the second film he has premiered at Rockport. Save the date for the next local showing of the film, which will be held at the Cape Ann Museum on February 10th, 2018.
Tonia, Andrew, and David Whittkower
Mark Ring, David Laveille, Al Cotone, and Paul VitaleSelma Bell and Nina Groppo