LADIES NIGHT TONIGHT!

Some of our favorite shops are off the beaten trail or far up Main Street. Don’t forget to shop at Alexandra’s Bread, Maritime Gloucester, Present Gloucester, and Backyard Grower’s Holiday Pop up Shop. See you tonight!

Deck the Docks Maritime Gloucester

 

Some of the art work

Deck The Docks – Opening Night

Thursday, December 6, 2018, 5:00 pm

Registration : Up to 20% off in our fabulous shop

Audience: Members, Friends, Everyone!

Don’t be a Scrooge…come on down to Maritime Gloucester for our first annual Deck the Docks: A Holiday Open House!
Opening night is Thursday December 6, from 5 to 9 pm. We are previewing a fantastic Deck Your Halls Art Show featuring local Cape Ann artists.  seArts is partnering with us and we will have over 90 works of art for sale in our Gorton’s Schooner Gallery.  Christmas Trees and Wreaths will be sold on The Dory Shop Deck.  Come early, they will not last.  There will be food and beverages as well as 20%* off most of our items.
Take some time to get caught up with old friends and learn what is going on at Maritime Gloucester.

*For one day only! 20% discount for MG members (and for teachers); 10% off for non-members (and non-teachers

Deck the Docks – ARTist reception

Friday, December 7, 2018, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm through Friday, December 7, 2018

Audience: Everyone

Deck the Docks day 2!

Our Deck Your Halls Art Show is holding its artist reception.  Over 90 works from local artists will be on sale during the show.  Get that fantastic gift for that special someone in our Maritime Museum Shop. Fill your night with holiday cheer while buying your Christmas Tree or Holiday wreath at our Dory Shop Deck.  Grab a cup of hot cider or cocoa while we help you choose and load your tree!

A little of everything to brighten the days and lighten the holiday stress!

Deck the Docks – A Holiday Open House

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Audience: Everyone

Deck the Docks!  A full day of Holiday cheer and surprises awaits.

DIY Pop-Up Crafts Shop:  the Icehouse becomes a gift-making workshop as we rollout so many fun DIY gift ideas.  Bring your creative hat as we offer up paint your own buoy ornament keepsake, fish printing a signature MG bag, bead earings, paper sailor hats, decorate your purchased wreath and more! This is a fun way to make your own special gifts and have some hot cider or cocoa while you work.

Cape-Ann Crafts Pop-Shop:  Local Cape Ann vendors are bringing their wares so that you can select that perfect little gift.  Our small pop-up shop is chock full of great goodies for stockings and under the tree.

Santa In A Dory Picture Stop:  That’s right!  Santa is rowing his dory to the pier and setting up so that you can get that perfect christmas card moment!

Christmas Trees and Wreaths Sale:  The Dory Shop opens its doors for Christmas Tree and wreaths.  Come get your hands on a hot cider or cocoa while our staff helps you pick out your tree and load it on your car.

The Maritime Museum Shop:  Still not finding enough for your gift-giving needs?  Well look no further than our fantastic Museum Gift Shop, loaded with so many good toys, books, gifts and treasures.  Your hardest decision will be which to buy first!

Deck your Walls Art Show: The final day of the art show in the Gorton’s Schooner Gallery.  Our partner, seARTs, is having over 90 works installed and for sale.  Come gift the gift of art!

 

Deck the Docks

Don’t be a Scrooge…come on down to Maritime Gloucester for our first annual Deck the Docks: A Holiday Open House!
Opening night is Thursday December 6, from 5 to 9 pm. We are previewing a fantastic Deck Your Halls Art Show featuring local Cape Ann artists.  seArts is partnering with us and we will have over 90 works of art for sale in our Gorton’s Schooner Gallery.  Christmas Trees and Wreaths will be sold on The Dory Shop Deck.  Come early, they will not last.  There will be food and beverages as well as 20%* off most of our items.
Take some time to get caught up with old friends and learn what is going on at Maritime Gloucester.

*For one day only! 20% discount for MG members (and for teachers); 10% off for non-members (and non-teachers).


Deck the Docks day 2!

Our Deck Your Halls Art Show is holding its artist reception. Over 90 works from local artists will be on sale during the show. Get that fantastic gift for that special someone in our Maritime Museum Shop. Fill your night with holiday cheer while buying your Christmas Tree or Holiday wreath at our Dory Shop Deck. Grab a cup of hot cider or cocoa while we help you choose and load your tree!
A little of everything to brighten the days and lighten the holiday stress!

Day 3
Deck the Docks – A Holiday Open House

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Deck the Docks! A full day of Holiday cheer and surprises awaits.
DIY Pop-Up Crafts Shop: the Icehouse becomes a gift-making workshop as we rollout so many fun DIY gift ideas. Bring your creative hat as we offer up paint your own buoy ornament keepsake, fish printing a signature MG bag, bead earings, paper sailor hats, decorate your purchased wreath and more! This is a fun way to make your own special gifts and have some hot cider or cocoa while you work.
Cape-Ann Crafts Pop-Shop: Local Cape Ann vendors are bringing their wares so that you can select that perfect little gift. Our small pop-up shop is chock full of great goodies for stockings and under the tree.
Santa In A Dory Picture Stop: That’s right! Santa is rowing his dory to the pier and setting up so that you can get that perfect christmas card moment!
Christmas Trees and Wreaths Sale: The Dory Shop opens its doors for Christmas Tree and wreaths. Come get your hands on a hot cider or cocoa while our staff helps you pick out your tree and load it on your car.
The Maritime Museum Shop: Still not finding enough for your gift-giving needs? Well look no further than our fantastic Museum Gift Shop, loaded with so many good toys, books, gifts and treasures. Your hardest decision will be which to buy first!
Deck your Walls Art Show: The final day of the art show in the Gorton’s Schooner Gallery. Our partner, seARTs, is having over 90 works installed and for sale. Come gift the gift of art!

NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: SYLVINA BEAL SAILS TO MARITIME GLOUCESTER!

And a pretty schooner she is, despite her generally decrepit state. Essex shipwright Harold Burnham, Mary Kay Taylor, and a crew of friends picked up the 1911 schooner in Maine over the weekend. Burnham and Taylor are planning to restore the knockabout to her original splendor and when completed, the Sylvina W. Beal will be the oldest fishing vessel in the harbor.

Stopping by to take a few snapshots of the Sylvina Beal I ran into Maritime Gloucester Education Director Amanda Madeira and Education Coordinator Kelsey Bradford, along with Plum Cove fourth graders at the “crab lab.” Don’t you just love everything about Maritime Gloucester?!? There is always some outstanding maritime-related educational program or event taking place. We are so blessed to have this wonderful resource in our community!

Note- the Sea Pocket Aquarium has reduced hours after October 13th. For more information, visit the Maritime Gloucester website here.

Read more about the Schooner Sylvina W. Beal here.

TV CREW FILMING AT MARITIME GLOUCESTER

The Science Channel was filming an episode about the Vikings today. The show features the ship Polaris, a reconstruction of an original Viking coastal fishing vessel. Polaris is docked at Maritime Gloucester.

Viking Ship Drops Anchor in Massachusetts
By Sean Horgan

ESSEX, Mass. (AP) — Cape Ann’s fleet of vintage row and sail vessels has a new addition, one that hearkens back to mists of Viking heritage forged in the fjords of western Norway.

The Polaris, a 37-foot reconstruction of an original Viking coastal fishing vessel dating to 1030 A.D., has made its way across country to the Essex Shipbuilding Museum from its birthing boat yard on Fidalgo Bay in Anacortes, Washington.

The plan, according to owner Stuart Boyd, is to berth the Polaris this summer at Maritime Gloucester, where it will be available from early June on for short public rowing trips, private charters and corporate team-building outings throughout the inshore waters of Cape Ann.

“We want to be an inspiration for small groups working together and having fun at the same time,” said Boyd, whose company is named Norsvald after the ancient Norse word for “power from within.”

READ MORE HERE

GLOUCESTER’S BEAUTIFUL NEW FLOATING DOCK DESIGNED FOR SCHOONERS

If you had the opportunity to see the schooners docked at Gloucester’s gorgeous new floating dock, located at I4-C2, know that it was constructed by Beacon Marine Basin and installed by Brett Ramsey’s company Ramsey Marine and Dock Construction. The floating dock was created by Gloucester Maritime and the Schooner Festival Committee to provide schooners with a convenient place to moor.

Schooners Bluenose II, Columbia, Tree of Life, Brilliant, and When and If, along with the Tall Ship Lynx

The new dock was well utilized during the three day Schooner Festival event. By late Sunday afternoon, there were a total of five schooners, as well as the Tall Ship Lynx, moored at the floating dock!

The dock will be removed within the next few weeks, to be reinstalled next August for the 35th Annual Gloucester Schooner Festival.

Schooners Columbia and Tyrone moored at the floating dock.

 

Parade of Sails spotters and sportscasters as classic as Red Sox announcers!

Gorgeous morning brings big crowds to the boulevard for Gloucester 34th Annual Schooner Festival Parade of Sails. Color announcing is always excellent Photo Left to right: Laura with blue phone- assuming husband Jim spotting and calling in- major intel and committee work from both; Daisy Nell-great musician, singer, author and maritime gloucester historian – no wonder her color is so crisp and clear; and Mike Costello, former Cape Ann Chamber Pres. and co founder pushing event to Labor Day weekend. The city, Schooner Festival committee and sponsors do a remarkable job! Look for 1623 Studio broadcast (Cape Ann TV)- will add link here when available

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SUPER EXCITING NEWS: BEAUPORT HOSPITALITY GROUP MAJOR NEW SPONSOR OF THE 2018 GLOUCESTER SCHOONER FESTIVAL!

Gloucester Schooners – The Adventure, Thomas Lannon, and Ardelle

2018 Gloucester Schooner Festival Friday August 31st to Monday September 3rd

Beauport Hospitality Group Major New Sponsor of the 2018 Gloucester Schooner Festival

Maritime Gloucester is proud to announce an exciting one-year sponsorship deal with Beauport Hospitality Group in support of its annual Gloucester Schooner Festival. This establishes Beauport Hospitality Group as the premier corporate sponsor for the event. The partnership between Maritime Gloucester and Beauport Hospitality Group will have far-reaching implications for community access at the Festival. Now in its 34th year, the Festival seeks to expand its public engagement through additional public dockside access to visiting Schooners. This significant support from The Beauport Hospitality Group will help to underwrite Maritime Gloucester’s plans to construct sets of temporary dock space for the duration of the festival. These floats are expected to provide dock space again next year and for many years to come.
The Gloucester Schooner Festival is an annual event scheduled each Labor Day Weekend. This year’s dates are Friday, August 31 to Monday, September 3, 2018. Once again, this year’s Schooner Festival will be an historic event for the Cape Ann Community, with the arrival of Nova Scotia’s recently restored Schooner Bluenose II and the breathtaking replica of the 1923 Essex-built Schooner Columbia. Along with 26 other schooners coming from Maine to Maryland, the Festival hosts tens of thousands of people for a unique and inspiring four-day event.
Whether through the award-winning marine science initiatives offered at Maritime Gloucester or the Schooner Festival’s Youth Scholarship program, the Schooner Festival’s impact is felt beyond its four-day span. A true city-wide celebration of Gloucester’s maritime heritage, the festival captivates the imagination and provides opportunity for community engagement. The Beauport Hospitality Group’s Sheree Zizik expressed particular interest in this impact on the Cape Ann Community beyond just the event. “Beauport Hospitality Group has grown on a foundation of community involvement. We cherish the City of Gloucester, her history and her devotion to the education of her children. We are proud to be a part of the Cape Ann Community, who holds on to her heritage so dearly and yet is moving forward into the future with ever-changing maritime innovation. We are proud to contribute to the Gloucester Schooner Festival and be a part of its continued growth, and to see the educational and scholarship programs develop even more.”
Being part of the community and celebrating the people of Gloucester has been the bedrock of this Festival from the start. Each year, since 1985, the Mayor of the City of Gloucester has welcomed the arrival of the schooners, a magnificent link to the story of Gloucester and the community and vessels that fueled the economy of a growing country. This year Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken will again officially welcome the schooners on Friday evening, then present the Esperanto Cup for the winner of the Mayor’s Race onSunday, Sept. 2.
 “As the mayor of America’s Oldest Seaport, I take pride in honoring our rich maritime history. It is an honor to serve such a proud and vibrant community, especially when unique collaborations bring people together. The Gloucester Schooner Festival celebrates our cultural and maritime heritage; it honors our fishermen and the sacrifices they and their families have made. The historic schooners in Gloucester Harbor for our festival will provide cultural enrichment for citizens and visitors to our wonderful city.”
The Festival is coordinated by a committee of volunteers plus the staff of Maritime Gloucester. Michael Costello, former Executive Director of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, served as the original coordinator of the festival, now chaired by local author and folklorist Daisy Nell. Finding a partner who sees the value in not only the event, but also the community engagement around the event, is a key component for Chairwoman Nell. “I am so grateful for this gift of support from the Beauport Hospitality Group. This will allow us to offer more opportunities for people to experience, up-close, a variety of schooners. They can see why these authentic vessels still matter in today’s world. We want to show our young people that we have a meaningful touchstone to history, in a way that is thrilling and engaging.”
Michael DeKoster, Executive Director at Maritime Gloucester agrees. “The love of our collective maritime heritage and the sense of place that we celebrate resonates through the spirit of this festival. I have been an avid attendee for years, along with thousands of other locals and visitors from far and wide. A signature weekend in America’s Oldest Seaport, this is a must-see event for all. With the excellent and generous backing of our local partners, and now The Beauport Hospitality Group, festival-goers will be able to see more, do more, and engage more than ever before. It is a real pleasure to be working with partners who share our community goals.”
The City of Gloucester and many local banks, businesses, and individuals, make annual gifts of support and services, without which this festival could not take place. The Gloucester Schooner Festival wholeheartedly thanks each of its sponsors, and warmly welcomes the Beauport Hospitality Group as this year’s primary sponsor. For more information on the 2018 Gloucester Schooner Festival, please visit www.maritimegloucester.org or www.gloucesterschoonerfestival.net
               Maritime Gloucester, 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930
                  Friday, August 31, 2018 to Monday, September 3, 2018
Maritime Gloucester
A 501(c)(3) non-profit institution, Maritime Gloucester’s mission is to inspire students and visitors to value marine science, maritime heritage and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences. Its one-acre campus is located on Gloucester Harbor at 23 Harbor Loop, adjacent to the Coast Guard Station.
About Beauport Hotel Gloucester
Situated on the Gloucester waterfront, with sweeping views of Gloucester Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean, Beauport Hotel Gloucester is the quintessential New England seaside getaway. With uncompromising service, beachfront location and world-class amenities, the 94-room Beauport Hotel Gloucester is the perfect setting for guests to escape the everyday and experience a unique, authentic perspective of the North Shore and Coastal Cape Ann. Luxury features include a seasonal rooftop swimming pool overlooking Gloucester Harbor, award-winning waterfront restaurant and bar with al-fresco dining, business center and fitness facility, oceanfront event spaces featuring floor to ceiling glass walls and decks with spectacular vistas of the harbor and more. Beauport Hotel Gloucester is located at 55 Commercial Street, Gloucester MA 01930. For more information, please call (978) 282-0008 or visit www.beauporthotel.com.

Massachusetts Whale Trail #whaletrailMA and more in Gloucester

The Massachusetts Whale Trail “is a special collection of museums and attractions, whale watching, and historic sites and tours with a connection to whales.” Capt Bill & Sons, 7 Seas Whale Watch, and Cape Ann Whale Watch are included.

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Naturally, Gloucester had created a version on the HarborWalk which you can find on line or on the trail at marker #36 right by Tonno Restaurant, Gloucester, MA.  Whale watching is beloved here in town. The Gloucester HarborWalk has whale watch information, points of interest and a tab to all the local whale watching  companies.”Most offer daily whale watching trips from April through October.”

SEVEN SEAS WHALE WATCH +1 (888) 283-1776
CAPE ANN WHALE WATCH +1 (800) 877-5110
CAPT BILL & SONS +1 (800) 339-4253
YANKEE FLEET +1 (978) 283-0313

When O’Maley 6th graders study Gloucester and visit the HarborWalk, the student thank you drawings featured whale tails and spouting whales. It’s common for local kids to be invited to birthday parties on whale watch trips.  Donna Ardizzoni photographed and wrote about her Right Whale sightings from shore spring 2018, and more whale sightings around town. Parsons Street wall Mural (by the Fish Net HarborWalk street mural) was painted by local kids under the direction of Cape Ann Art Haven and features a great whale.

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Ocean Alliance headquarters is located in Gloucester. Kim Smith posted the announcement for its most recent National Geographic special. 

Maritime Museum (opening May 26) and Cape Ann Museum are included on the new Whale Trail map. Cape Ann Museum collection includes Hartley’s study for Whales Jaw Dogtown

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Stores along Main Street and throughout Gloucester’s neighborhoods have art and goods inspired by whales. Look for hand carved wood sculptures at Willow Rest. Savour Wine & Cheese, Gloucester, MA

 

 

 

RIGHT WHALES RIGHT NOW OFF OUR COAST!

Amanda Maderia, director of education programs at Maritime Gloucester writes, “Confirming Iain’s comments about believing the whales seen off our coast are likely Right Whales: We have observed some incredible plankton tows the last two days. From a few passes from our docks with our net, the sample has looked pretty clear most of the winter, but as you can see from yesterday’s sample, it looks almost blood red thick with Calenoid copepods, a huge food source for the North Atlantic Right Whale.

Looking at the overhead shot, the bucket on the left is from our plankton tow, and a close up of that to follow.  This is what one looks like under the microscope.
The plankton haul was discovered by Waring School students who come to Maritime Gloucester once a week for the spring semester.  They use it as their field station for John Wigglesworth’s oceans and climate course.
Wednesday morning, May 16th, students will be having a poster presentation of their work in the Gorton Gallery at Maritime Gloucester from 10:30-11:30.
We welcome and encourage public to attend!!
 Right Whale Migration Route
The first photo was taken from Race Point in Province town, on April 21, 2017, almost a year to the day of the Gloucester sightings.

OUR LADY OF GOOD VOYAGE, MARITIME GLOUCESTER, UU CHURCH, CITY HALL, AND SAINT ANN

Iconic architecture of Gloucester ~ The photos were taken early Thanksgiving morning and the post was meant for later Thanksgiving Day, as a thank you for our Gloucester community, but I just got too involved with family and cooking.

Thank you Gloucester

GloucesterCast 245 With Paul Lundberg, The Cast of To Kill A Mockingbird, Jimmy and Pat Dalpiaz, Judy Ryan, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith, Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 10/8/17

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GloucesterCast 245 With Paul Lundberg, The Cast of To Kill A Mockingbird, Jimmy and Pat Dalpiaz, Judy Ryan, Heidi Dallin, Kim Smith, Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 10/8/17

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Time-stamped Topics Include (click on digits before each topic to go direct):

00:12 Paul Lundberg Running For Councilor At Large- Why?

11:46 The Cast of To Kill A Mockingbird from Gloucester Stage Buy Tickets Here

14:44 Kim Balls Her Eyes Out

31:37 Cape Ann Community Cinema Ticket Contest We will have two free tickets to give away I will post a question from the podcast, people need to share the podcast, tag me in it and answer the question for a chance to win the tickets.

Cape Ann Community Cinema Tickets Contest Question- What movie did Joey and Kate see?

34:40 The Franklin Cape Ann For Dinner- Maria Seniti and Crew Have Not Lost A Step -Delivering Consistency For Years At The Franklin.

37:36 Happy Belly Coffee– Shoutout To Happy Belly Coffee Roaster Tom

40:20 Serenitee Rewards Card Joey Got One Free Entree because you get one to use during your birthday month , One Free Coffee and $10.00 Free To Use At Happy Belly

42:20 Cape Pod Ice Gift Shop, Cape Ann Whale Watch Gift Shop, Pauline’s Gifts, Maritime Gloucester, Weathervane, One Ocean One Love

45:26 You Can Help Fund Kim Smith’s Monarch Butterfly Film

46:52 This past week Essex National Heritage announced new trustees including PETER WEBBER, Cape Ann Chamber; new commissioners including KIM SMITH; and 2017 Pioneer in Partnership awardees including Woman owned businesses of the Byway  Essex National Heritage organizes the wildly successful Trails and Sails and the coastal scenic Byway—best route home from the airport if you have family/friends visiting for the first time and they get into Logan like at 4pm on a weekday and don’t want to be horribly stuck in traffic on route 1! easy to follow and gorgeous. Essex National Heritage celebrated their 20th anniversary this past winter and many Gloucester and Cape Ann organizations were recognized. Only one person, though, and she was…KIM!

 

49:15 Dan Ruberti Passed

50:34 Joey I’m Edwin from Tacos Lupita can u help me spread the word..A quick update on the donations to Puerto Rico. We have 2 containers of donations but we have the money to sent only one so far. So I ask the community of Gloucester one more time to help collect 6k to pay for the other container. God bless

52:10 Addicted to Garden of Eatin’ Red Hot Blues Corn Tortilla Chips. Is it bad to eat nacho chips at 7am?

54:33 Ro-Tel Dip

56:35 Pigeon Cove Tavern

58:50 Fun things to do ART LINKS compiled by Cat Ryan-
Arts events still going strong on Sunday and Monday Columbus Day weekend

o   Cape Ann Cinema & Stage Scary Movies all October Why should Salem have all the fun?

o   Cape Ann Cinema & Stage with UU Church SILENT horror movies

Hunchback of Notre Dame Oct 17, 7:30PM featuring world famous pipe organ maestro Peter Krasinski

Not sure if these have planned 2017 dates, yet

Magolia Sip and Stroll; Brace Cove Annual Art Market; Oktoberfest at Cape Ann Brewing

SAVE this link to plan for every FALL Gloucester annual arts events schedule—just in October/ “fall”!

 

Free Trails & Sails events today throughout Gloucester, Cape Ann, all of Essex County

Here’s the link to all the listings for  Essex National Heritage 2017 Trails & Sails today and tomorrow throughout Gloucester, Cape Ann and all of Essex County.

Here’s the list of Gloucester events at City Hall, Cape Ann Museum, Maritime Gloucester, Gloucester HarborWalk, Rocky Neck, Magnolia Library, Cape Pond Ice, and Pauline’s Gifts:

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Last chance: FREE & FUN Essex Trails & Sails Friday thru Sunday only

Essex National Heritage Trails & Sails 

is Essex National Heritage’s Essex County pep rally-  annual back to back weekends packed with 150+ FREE, fun, and family friendly events. Here’s the working list of the 2017 Trails & Sails events in Gloucester September 22-24th. Don’t forget to sign in! The count helps your favorite organization and locale, and you might win a prize like $150 from Dick’s Sporting Goods. 

2017 Essex National Heritage Trails and Sails #TrailsAndSails

 

2nd of two annual weekends is big in Gloucester this year

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Mayor’s Reception at Maritime Gloucester and Block Party

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It was a really pretty night for last evening’s special events: the Schooner Festival Mayor’s Reception hosted at Maritime Gloucester and the Main Street Block Party.

 

Mayor Romeo Theken with Daisy Nell. Mayor Theken holds a new original Sam Parisi painted oar that would be auctioned off later for the Schooner Festival. I heard Senator Tarr but did not hear the results!

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The connecting dock between Maritime Gloucester and Solomon Jacobs Park is awesome!

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Stores on Main Street had the Schooner Festival spirit and even some special schooner “sales”.

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And there was business at on trend Cape Ann Slime

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Pop Gallery

Main Street Art and Antiques 124 Main St, Phone(978) 281-1531

Cape Ann Auction 

I was most delighted to see two Davids

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