CAPE ANN ARTS ALIVE! – Music and More, August 22 through August 26

One-week Music Day Camp for Children Ages 6-12music oreos

A one week morning day camp will be offered Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 8:30 – 12:30, for children aged 6 through 12 years old at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester, MA.  “Cape Ann Arts Alive” will offer music and more as we explore Cape Ann through the lively arts.

Dance class with homeschool group


Campers will have opportunities to sing and make music, participate in movement, creative drama and dance, write haiku and more. The camp experience will culminate with a showcase of the week’s highlights at 11:30 AM for family and friends.

Gloucester Sea Serpent

Drama and music will combine as we discover the stories of colorful, local characters Howard Blackburn, the Witch of Dogtown and the Gloucester Sea Serpent.

Be True

Gloucester poet/composer Steve Scotti’s “On the Dogtown Common Road” which highlights the Babson Boulder carved mottos will be used to inspire Haiku and other poetry.

Program Staff features veteran teachers and performers from the Cape Ann Interfaith Community including Kathleen Adams, Annisquam Village Church; Rose Sheehan, Gloucester UUC; Kristina Martin, First Congregational, Rockport; Pastor Anne Deneen and Eva DiLascio, St. Paul Lutheran, Lanesville; Jay DiPrima, Mary Jodice and Mark Nelson from St. John’s.

No religious affiliation is necessary to participate.
Camper cost is only $50 for the week. Scholarships are available.
For more information contact Mark Nelson 978-283-1708, ext 2, or email You can download the information and sign up here.
Please consider sending your child(ren), or pass this on to friends/family with children. No matter what your status come for our “Review” on Friday the 27 at 11:30 to see our “results”.  And if you care to help, send your contributions to “St. John’s Music Guild”!
St. John’s Church, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester MA 01930



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