Join Cape Ann Animal Aid, the ASPCA & Ira Subaru of Danvers for a Subaru Loves Pets event, May 21st and 22nd, 1pm-4pm. Meet shelter puppies from Cape Ann Animal Aid and learn more about the animal transportation program!
Thinking of buying a car this Spring?Ira Subaru will also be donating $50.00 for every new car sold during the month of May to Cape Ann Animal Aid’s Safe Harbor Fund, aiding in the safe transport of rescued animals to the organization’s shelter in Gloucester, MA.
We are getting some good press coverage on 7News tonight, tomorrow and Saturday. Their What’s Cooking Segment has their reporter (Sarah French) in the Revere Ninety Nine with Charlie and Chef George. She actually goes into the kitchen with Chef George to make the Simple Seasoned Fresh Haddock. We haven’t seen the edited piece yet, but Charlie stressed the fact that it is a Gloucester product and that we have worked closely with our partners in Gloucester to bring a local product to our tables. Chef George reinforced that throughout the preparation of the dish. Should be great!
Looking forward to the segments. Here are the air dates/times for the next three days:
The International Dory Racing Committee will be holding a membership meeting this Wednesday evening, May 4th at 6:30 PM at the Dory Shop on Harbor Loop in Gloucester. All members who would like to take an active roll in helping this tradition continue are encouraged to attend. We will be reviewing the progress on task needed to be completed for this years events to take place. Some of the items that we will be reviewing are Boat Prep and Launch, Fundraising, June Races and International events, computer work, mentoring new rowers, membership recruiting, etc. Even if you have only a little time to give, please join us as many hands make light work.
YOUR CAPE, YOUR PLATE – We are in the homestretch for putting these iconic plates on the road! Have you been meaning to order your Cape Ann License Plate and just haven’t gotten around to it? Now is the time to give us a call! We need your help to get the pates on the road. We have UNDER 100 to go and we can submit to the registry and put the plates into production! Order yours today by calling the Chamber at 978-283-1601 or apply online. Proceeds go back to our communities.
Best selling author, Eric Jay Dolin will discuss his most recent book, Brilliant Beacons:A History of the American Lighthouse, which traces the evolution of America’s lighthouse system, highlighting the political, military and technological battles fought to illuminate the nation’s coastlines. The talk will include remarks on the Thacher Island Fresnel lens, which can be seen in the Museum’s maritime galleries. Following the program, Dolin will be available to sign copies of his book, for sale in the Museum Shop.
This program is $15 for CAM members / $20 for non-members (includes Museum admission). Space is limited; reservations required.
Hear CAM Program Coordinator Kate LaChance’s interview with Eric Jay Dolin here.