Support the Rehabilitation of the Schooner Sylvina W. Beal. The Burnham Marine Railway at Maritime Gloucester has been hauling boats since 1849. It is the oldest continuously operating marine railway in the country. Currently the Schooner Sylvina W. Beal sits on the railway, built in 1911 in the Adams Yard in East Boothbay, Maine, she is the oldest existing auxiliary knockabout fishing schooner in North America. Over her long life , she has proven to be a worthy vessel, completing over 108 years of active commercial service as a fishing vessel, a sardine carrier and a windjammer. Harold A. Burnham and Mary Kay Taylor as stewarts of the historic vessel aim is to have her listed on the National Historic Register and rehabilitate her for future use as a commercial charter, education and research vessel operating out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. There hope is that she will help to keep our maritime heritage and culture alive and present on Cape Ann!
The Cape Ann Community Foundation would like to thank everyone who bid in the 2019 Cape Ann License Plate Low Number Online Auction. Every dollar raised supports the grants given yearly to Cape Ann Nonprofits and Education Initiatives. We can’t wait to see the plates on the road for the ❤ of the Cape Ann Community! Remember Cape Ann License Plates are always available at Lovecapeann.com.
There is only 35 hours left to get your bid in for the Cape Ann License Plate Low Number Online Auction. The Auction closes at 10 PM on Monday, September 9th. A total of 60 Low Number Cape Ann License Plates are available. Place your bids here >> http://bit.ly/2ZDnemo
The investment in a Cape Ann License Plate is tax deductible. The proceeds go to the Cape Ann Community Foundation which gives back yearly in the form of grants to the nonprofits and education initiatives in our community. The foundation has awarded over $39,000 in the last 3 years. Not only do you show your love for Cape Ann everywhere you go but you help the Foundation make a difference for our hardworking nonprofits and educators! ❤
Only 5 days left to place a bid on one of 60 Low Number Cape Ann License Plates that are available to bid on through September 9th at 10 PM!!
Place your bids here >> http://bit.ly/2ZDnemo
Proceeds from these plates go back to community organizations such as…
Cape Ann Art Haven, the sunrise fund, GenerousGardeners, Pathways for Children, Windhover Center for Performing Arts, Project Adventure, Schooner Adventure, Rockport Exchange, Sawyer Free Library, The Open Door and more!! Place your bids to help support the Cape Ann community’s non-profit and education programs.
This Saturday August 17th The Jantelles will be performing their 50’s & 60’s Jukebox Hits for your bowling enjoyment!!!
Cape Ann Community Foundation would like you to SAVE-THE-DATE for the Low Number Cape Ann License Plate Auction, August 26 – September 9th. Check the numbers available this year at Bidding for Good: https://www.biddingforgood.com/CapeAnnChamber
You can always order a plate today at Lovecapeann.com!
Visit the Cape Ann Chamber table at tonight’s Block Party on Main Street and we will tell what number are available in the Online Auction. We can also tell you how to order a plate at Lovecapeann.com any day of the week. Show your love for Cape Ann and give back to our fabulous communities too!♥️♥️♥️♥️
Ruth Pino, President of the Cape Ann Community Foundation would like you to SAVE-THE -DATE for the Low Number Cape Ann License Plate Auction, August 26 – September 9th. Single digit numbers and #100 is still available. By buying one of these low number plates or just ordering a plate today at Lovecapeann.com you are not only showing your love for Cape Ann, but you are allowing the foundation to give more grants to nonprofits and education initiatives in the future. In the last three years the foundation has awarded $39,000 to our local nonprofits and education initiatives. These grants have made a tremendous difference to the organizations that have received them. Help the Cape Ann Community Foundation make bigger and more grants in the future for the ♥️ of Cape Ann!!!
These two beautiful ladies love♥️Cape Ann and between them they have three Cape Ann License Plates! They love that by having a plate you are continually giving back to the Cape Ann Community. In the last three years the Cape Ann Community Foundation has awarded $39,000 to local nonprofits and education initiatives. Show your love for this amazing community today, go to lovecapeann.com and order your very own Cape Ann License Plate!!!
Come on abroad the Beauport Cruiselines this Saturday for a fun night enjoying the jukebox hits of the Jantelles. Enjoy a delightful buffet while you cruise the harbor and dance the night away.
What better way to spend a beautiful hot night!
Saturday night in beautiful downtown Gloucester and the joint was jumping. Lots of great entertainment, food and merchants making the night very merry! Red Pants Guys and the Dancers made center stage an attraction not to miss. Bank Gloucester, Cape Ann Savings and the West End Stage provided a wide selection of music to enjoy. Big thanks to Susan Coviello, this one was a great success, can’t wait for the next two that will be even better!!!
Manship Ribbon Cutting last evening and lovely garden party, a fabulous night to celebrate with their supporters and resident artists and community! Great food, drinks and to top it off a fabulous sunset across the quarry. Paul Manship chose this property 75 years ago and it a tribute to him that his legacy will live on!
State Senator Bruce Tarr Anita Walker Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante Jo-Ann Castano Rebecca Reynolds Diane Koch-weser Linzee Coolidge Paul Lundberg Val Gilman Ward 4 in back, Matt Natti (Great Grandson of Paul Manship and Will Pappenheimer, MARS Artist in Resident.
It’s a beautiful day at Maritime Gloucester today. The Sea Pocket Aquarium is open, come see the blue lobster. Seapocket picture taken by Rod Kessler of Salem this morning. Schooner Ardelle is sailing at 1 PM. We are also open on Memorial Day. Come down and enjoy all the waterfront has to offer.
Love that spring has come to Cape Ann even if the tulips on Stacey Boulevard are a little wet. Thanks to all the Volunteers at Generous Gardeners who spent hours hours planting tulips and daffodils in the fall. Cape Ann is ablaze in color; red, orange, pink, yellow, purple and white. While cleaning off the dirt, salt and grim from the toll the winter has taken on your car, how about adding a beautiful Cape Ann License Plate and showing home much you love this fabulous Cape Ann Community. Order today @Lovecapeann.com.
ON SATURDAY MAY 18Th from 9-12 ON STACEY BOULEVARD BY THE TENNIS COURT GENEROUS GARDENERS WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL PLANT SALE. This year they will be selling a lot of different lillies that they have divided from the ones you love on the Boulevard. They have a binder of the choices.
So make a point to come down and support this great Cape Ann organization and get some great additions to your garden.
The application deadline for the Cape Ann Community Foundation 2019 grants is fast approaching. This year the foundation will be awarding $15,000 to Cape Ann nonprofits and education initiatives. Don’t miss the deadline!
In 2017 the Cape Ann Community Foundation awarded $3,500 to the Cape Ann Farmers Market to support Fresh Food Access for all and to support local business. The Cape Ann Farmers Market will be opening soon for another season, continuing to make a big difference in our community.
Go to Lovecapeann.com today an order a plate and show your love for our community everyday!
Yesterday, Good Friday, Senior Care’s Executive Director Scott Trenti, HDM Assessor Lauren Gailitis and I were happy to celebrate 100 years of a great life with Randall Lane in Essex. His son Tim told us that he actually turn 100 in February and there was a big party with over 100 attending.
Senior Care’s tradition is to celebrate all our Meals on Wheels clients when they turn 100 with a visit by Scott, a gift and flowers. As the Site Manager for Manchester, Essex, Magnolia and West Gloucester it was my honor to come along and deliver his meal. Meals on Wheels is so much more than just a Meal, it a smiling face, a laugh, a blessing that there are people that volunteer to make a seniors day so much better!
Senior Care wishes our clients and volunteers have a very Happy Easter!
The application process for the 2019 Grants is currently under way, with applications due May 1st. All made possible by the proceeds from the Cape Ann License Plate. This year we will award $15,000.
In the last two years we have awarded $24,000 to local nonprofits and education initiatives. In 2017 Backyard Growers gratefully received $5,000 to broaden and deepen the impact of their school gardening program. The primary goal with this project was to use school gardens to increase consumption of fresh vegetables among Gloucester’s students. The program implemented hands on garden and nutrition education programs for preK-5th grade throughout the school district in collaboration with School Food Services and teachers.
By ordering a Cape Ann License Plate today at Lovecapeann.com you make these grants possible and show how much you love our great Cape Ann Community .
The application process for the 2019 Grants is currently under way, with applications due May 1st. All made possible by the proceeds from the Cape Ann License Plate. This year we will award $15,000
In the last two years we have awarded $24,000 to local nonprofits and education initiatives. Action, Inc was delighted to receive one of the first in 2017 to support their Healthcare Career Pathways Program. The grant was uses to cover the cost of supplies for students to complete training. Materials required included things like scrubs, text books, medical supplies all used for training. As a results three unemployed individuals obtained employment. Twelve others increased their income as a result of the training.
All of this was made possible because you take the time to order a Cape Ann License Plate at Lovecapeann.com So take the time today and show your love and pride in our Cape Ann Community.
It’s a beautiful day in the Maritime Gloucester neighborhood today. The Museum and Gift Shop are open from 12-4 PM. Admission is half price, come on down and learn about your ocean and it Maritime history. We are open Saturday, Sunday & Monday 12-4 PM. Lots of our exhibits are interactive.
The Gig Rowers have already been out today! Membership is available for both Gig Rowers and Maritime Gloucester