Welcome To Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board

A place where non-profit Cape Ann organizations can post press releases directly and then those press releases will be reposted to http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com . This is not an advertising space for businesses, fitness or wellness organizations, or music listings.

The web address will be http://www.capeanncommunity.com

To have your community organization news posted here, contact Joey C who will grant access for you to post directly.


Crafters Needed for Rockport PTO Holiday Fair on November 17


Rockport PTO Holiday Fair

Saturday, November 17th, 2018

If interested, please fill out the information below and return it with your check for $50.00 for a 6-8 foot table.   Placement is on a first paid basis.

You must also donate one handcrafted item for a fundraising raffle. This item will be collected at set-up before table assignment.

Return form (you can print this post) and payment promptly as space is limited. Special requests are not guaranteed.  Tables will only be reserved with full payment.

For more information email: rebsly@gmail.com.

Make checks payable to: Rockport PTO

Mail payment to:

Rockport PTO Holiday Fair, c/o Rockport Elementary School,  34 Jerdens Lane, Rockport, MA 01966

Sorry, no raffles, bake sales or used items

Name:_________________________________             Phone:_______________________________

Address:_______________________________             Email:________________________________

# of Tables:_____________________________

Type of Craft:__________________________

Special Request:_________________________________________________________

Cove Hill (Lane’s Cove) Cemetery Clean-up Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10am

Cove Hill (Lane’s Cove) Cemetery Clean-up

Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10am 

1052R Washington St, Gloucester, MA (red icon on map)

All Hands Needed!

Map of 1052R Washington St, Gloucester, MA 01930

Please bring work/gardening gloves, bug spray, and wear long pants and if you can, any of the following yard tools:

a rake, a gas or battery-operated weed whacker, loppers, or

weeding buckets, large black heavy-duty plastic bags for leaves and weeds, or

old tarps for collecting and moving debris to a central location, or

lawn mower , or wheel barrow

Questions? Contact ckellyca@gmail.com

Don Stone Comes Home August 25 – October 9 Reception August 25th 2-4pm North Shore Arts Association

Don Stone Comes Home August 25 – October 9 Reception August 25th 2-4pm North Shore Arts Association Over 140 works on view – all available to add to your collection. Fish Talk o/c Don Stone, NA 1929-2015 Internationally known modern impressionist painter, Don Stone, was elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, the American Watercolor Society (Dolphin Fellow), American Society of Marine Artists (Fellow), Salmagundi Club (Honorary Member), and the New England Watercolor Society (Lifetime Honorary Member). In Addition, Stone was a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, Allied Artists of America, the Hudson Valley Art Association, the Rockport Art Association (Lifetime Member), the North Shore Art Association and a number of smaller regional art associations with whom he exhibited over the years. His work has been exhibited in various public museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Mobile, Alabama, and the Canton Art Institute, Canton, Ohio. He won numerous awards, including two Greenshields Foundation Grants and First Prize in Juried Shows at both the Rockport Art Association and the North Shore Art Association. Surf’s Up o/c The public is invited to the following special events . . . August 25th 2-4pm Opening Reception Celebration September 8th 10am Gallery Walk with Dale Ratcliff and Marilyn Swift September 16th 2pm Gallery Walk with Caleb Stone, Dennis Poirier, David Kiphuth and Betty Lou Schlemm September 30th 2pm Don Stone Presentation by Judith Curtis


Charles Shurcliff Pre-Demo Studio Showroom Pop Up Show September, 11 – 15th. Demonstration Friday September, 14 (2pm)

Charles Shurcliff is an Ipswich resident who was born in Beverly, MA. He started drawing during the Roosevelt Administration and spent twenty years learning the fundamentals of painting from his grandfather, Cape Ann painter Charles Hopkinson. He went on to study painting at the Cummington School of the Arts followed by eight years at Harvard University. For many years Charles enjoyed a parallel, and more gainful, career in Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Charles’ demo will take place outdoors in front of the art association. He will paint the beautiful harbor scene in his signature quick, loose plein air painting style. The demo will total one hour, and questions are welcomed as he goes along. Let’s hope for good weather!