Gloucester on the Move! Antique House historian Prudence Fish to talk at the Cape Ann Museum

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Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present an illustrated talk with local historian and author Prudence Fish on Saturday, February 2 at 3:00 p.m. This program is free for Museum members or with Museum admission. Reservations are required and can be made at camuseum.eventbrite.com. For more information visit capeannmuseum.org or call 978-283-0455 x10.

Prudence Paine Fish is the author of Antique Houses of Gloucester: The Families Who Built Them, the Mayor Who Moved Them and the Changing Face of the Harbor Village, which was published in 2007 by The History Press. She currently produces the blog: Antique Houses of Gloucester and Beyond! According to her blog, she grew up in a small New England town with a mother who was an antiquarian, so it was inevitable that she would be exposed to old things. After graduating from UMass/Amherst she lived in Connecticut, taught school, married, and raised three children in suburbia. A move to Newburyport, MA renewed her interest in all things old. This background has now evolved into research, writing and consulting… all the things she loves to do. Pru is volunteer at the Cape Ann Museum and can often be found sharing her knowledge at the White-Ellery House when it is open to the public during the summer.  On Saturday, February 2, Pru will talk about the once-common practice of moving and relocating houses. This program is offered in conjunction with The Little House: Her Story.

 

Image credit: The White-Ellery House (1710) in process of being moved, c.1947.

 

About the Cape Ann Museum

The Cape Ann Museum has been in existence since the 1870s, working to preserve and celebrate the history and culture of the area and to keep it relevant to today’s audiences. Spanning 44,000 square feet, the Museum is one of the major cultural institutions on Boston’s North Shore welcoming more than 25,000 local, national and international visitors each year to its exhibitions and programs. In addition to fine art, the Museum’s collections include decorative art, textiles, artifacts from the maritime and granite industries, two historic homes and a sculpture park in the heart of downtown Gloucester. Visitcapeannmuseum.org for details.

The Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is $12.00 adults, $10.00 Cape Ann residents, seniors and students. Youth (under 18) and Museum members are free. For more information please call: (978)283-0455 x10. Additional information can be found online atwww.capeannmuseum.org.

For a detailed media fact sheet please visitwww.capeannmuseum.org/press.

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From Cuba, With Love.

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From Cuba With Love … 
‘We’re stranded. Please send money!’  :O 
That was the email I envisioned having to send when our Saturday flight home from Cuba was cancelled, due to weather. Direct flights on Jet Blue Cuba to Boston only run once a week. Worse was the fact we were nearly out of cash and U.S. ATMs and credit cards cannot be used in Cuba.
Stranded in Cuba.What do you do? Cuba is not a bad place to be stuck, but without a cell phone or computer (off the grid on purpose), it was not easy to book a flight. And no extra cash to stay longer. e scrambled to find an alternate flight to Florida. At least if we could get to Florida, ATMs, credit cards, a hotel computer and phone would be available.

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Gloucester Harbor one week in January | beautiful sunset, choppy sea, and tide debris washed in by the Tavern edge of Stacy Boulevard

Rough harbor on the 24th vs this morning

 

It was so choppy !

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GMG reader shared a beautiful sunset from earlier in the week, an aerial scene above the harbor with lighted boat far out in the sea

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Saves a trip to the mall | RadioShack at Abacus Computer & The MacDaddy 238 Main Street #GloucesterMA

We needed a mouse. Today. No problem! Abacus Computer & The MacDaddy renovated December 2018 to add in a RadioShack partnership to their brick and mortar PC and Apple computer retail and repair shop at 238 Main Street, Gloucester, Mass. I hadn’t noticed the new sign till today.

 

League of Women Voters event

Pictured are Marge Schernig and Jan Bell of the League of Women Voters of Cape Ann (LWVCA) discussing the upcoming benefit dinner at Jalapeno’s Restaurant on Wed. 1/30/19.  If you eat dinner at Jalapeno’s that night, a percentage of your cost will go directly to the Katherine Gross Nutbrown Scholarship fund for local students.
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We’re Hiring Home Health Aids- Mavencare. Flexible Schedule, Better Pay, Choose Your Clients!

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Join a company that cares about you as much as their clients. We have immediate cases available where you can make a difference.

Mavencare Caregivers are the best in their field and view their career as more than just a job. Join our staff of healthcare professionals supporting seniors who wish to age in the comfort of home. You and our clients are supported by clinical managers, care coordinators and social workers as needed.

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Plumb, Level & Square

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What makes this industry so unique is that each project contains so many possibilities. There are so many ways to build a home. How a project comes together largely depends on style and the builder you choose.  There is no “correct” path, only what works best for you.

Keep reading: https://www.grandbanksbp.com/blogs/blog/plumb-level-square

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Cape Ann Yoga School Teacher Training kicks off February 1. Join us.

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Graduates of the Cape Ann Yoga School have gone on to teach yoga at studios all over the North Shore and Down Under School of Yoga in Boston. Elizabeth Huntsman DeAngelis has worked with thousands of teachers and tens of thousands of students in her career with the Baptiste Institute and here as the proprietor of Cape Ann Power Yoga and the Cape Ann Yoga School.

Whether you’ve been practicing for years or are brand new to the practice and looking for a fun, challenging program to enrich and edify yourself and become confident in your body and public speaking – this 200 Hour Teacher Training could be for you.

Learn more here!

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