Gun Forum:A respectful public discussion of an emotional and serious national issue
The purpose of the forum is education and a peaceful exchange of ideas via listening to folks with whom we might disagree to better understand different viewpoints and if common ground exists.
Gloucester high school students are participating in forum by doing research, creating questions, and helping with publicity and logistics on the day of the forum.
Gloucester High School
Saturday 12/14/19 → 10 AM – 11:30 AM
Sponsored By: The League of Women Voters of Cape Ann
Free and open to the public
Gregory Gibson, author and father of a shooting victim
Mark Nestor, decorated veteran Vietnam War and commander of the Lester S. Wass American Legion Post
Jim Wallace, president of the Massachusetts Gun Owners Action League (G.O.A.L.)
Moderator will be John Bell, former Mayor of Gloucester and US Army Officer who served in Korea
All questions and comments will be written and screened.
Come join the conversation on the history of clamming in Essex, the build of an authentic clamming skiff by students from the Topsfield Vocational Academy and the making of clamming baskets.
The leaders of the project, Justin Demetri, Jeff Lane, Mark Webster, Chris Stepler, and Susannah Winder will host a conversational lecture where derailing the conversation is most definitely encouraged! Come with your curiosity and you won’t be disappointed.
The fun begins at 7PM on December the 18th at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum. Tickets are are available on our website: https://www.essexshipbuilding.org/museum-store/frame-up-to-fit-out-1 or at the door – $10 for non-members and $8 for members.
You can find the original GMG article from the day the skiff went clamming here :https://goodmorninggloucester.org/2019/09/28/clamming-in-the-boat-we-built/
Sunday, December 22nd at 5:30 pm at the Temple Ahavat Achim, 86 Middle St, Gloucester
Please join us on the first night of Hanukkah as we light our Lobster Trap Hanukkiah. Latkes will be served and songs will be sung! Everyone is welcome. This is a free event.
Saturday, December 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Gloucester Meetinghouse corner of Middle and Church Streets in Gloucester. The accessible side entrance is at 10 Church Street. Event parking is available on the green and at additional parking lots nearby in the Historic District.
The ensemble, The Musicians of the Old Post Road, returns for the fourth season to perform their greatly anticipated annual holiday concert held at the Gloucester Meetinghouse, home of the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church. The program includes traditional favorites by Handel and Telemann and rarely-performed works by Bach contemporaries Christoph Graupner, Johann David Heinichen, Johann Christoph Pez, and Augustin Pfleger.
Tickets for A Christmas Pilgrimage are available at the door or online with more information at www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org. Preferred seating $45; general $30; students $10 with ID; under 12 free. Thanks to a generous sponsor this concert is dedicated to the memory of Carol Ackerman.
The Musicians of the Old Post Road, a chamber ensemble based in the Boston area, specializes in works from the Baroque to early Romantic eras performed on period instruments. The ensemble is well known for bringing their audiences rediscovered masterpieces, works that are rarely performed in public.
Members of the ensemble, all specialists in period instrument performance, include flutist Suzanne Stumpf, violinist Sarah Darling, violist Marcia Cassidy, cellist Daniel Ryan, and fortepianist/harpsichordist Michael Bahmann. They are joined by four soloists well known to Boston area audiences: soprano Jessica Petrus; mezzo-soprano Sophie Michaux; tenor Jason McStoots; and baritone David McFerrin.