Cape Ann Farmers Market’s Thanksgiving Harvest Market TODAY {Saturday} 10-1

Thanksgiving Harvest Market
Saturday, November 18th
10am to 1pm
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
10 Church Street
(On the corner of Middle and Church)

Come visit your favorite vendors for veggies, fish, baked goods, cheeses, kraut, pickles, locally made gifts, crafts, soap, and more! Share your locally grown and locally made favorites with friends and family this Thanksgiving!

This market accepts SNAP/EBT, HIP, WIC, and Senior Farmers Market Coupons.

For more information on vendors, farmers, and our special turkey raffle and Pathways toy drive, click here! 

capeannfarmersmarket.org

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CAFM Harvest Market this Saturday!

CAFM logo vectorCAFM Thanksgiving Harvest Market
Saturday, November 18th
10am to 1pm
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
10 Church Street
(On the corner of Middle and Church)

 

Missing your favorite summer vendors? Come celebrate the local harvest at the Cape Ann Farmers Market Harvest Market!  Connect with this vibrant community and bring home all your favorites to share with family and friends!

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Don’t miss this opportunity to fill your Thanksgiving table with fresh, local, delicious food AND bring a toy to donate to Pathways’ annual toy drive!

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Check out our newsletter for the full list of vendors and farmers, info about our turkey raffle, and great CAFM gifts to jump start your holiday shopping! 

Remember: The Cape Ann Farmers Market accepts SNAP/EBT, WIC Coupons, Senior Farmers Market Coupons, and cash!

capeannfarmersmarket.org

Symposium at the Meetinghouse: ‘PRESERVATION & SUSTAINABILITY?’

This is a community Symposium presented by the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation and its clean energy initiative TownGreen/2025 on Saturday afternoon November 11th, 2-6:00pm.

The event will explore whether preservation of our older homes and historic civic buildings is compatible the goal of becoming “green” through expert presentations, responses from a distinguished panel, and Q&A with the audience.

Cape Ann is actively pursuing two goals that are sometimes viewed as separate or opposed.  One is for the preservation of Cape Ann’s historic buildings and homes, especially as Gloucester’s 400th anniversary approaches in 2023.  The other is to seek alternate sources of clean energy, minimize consumption, and reduce our overall carbon footprint to counter the global forces of climate change.

We explore many aspects of the basic question:  Can preservation and sustainability can be complementary rather than competitive goals?

Some of the issues emerged recently in the controversy about whether the Sawyer Free Library should build an all-new structure or work within an existing building envelope that was purposely designed to complement the landmark buildings of the Historic District.

In a sequence of four 50 minute sessions with 10 minute breaks, the Symposium will provide a friendly and informative forum in which residents may interact with professionals to discuss how these two worthy goals sometimes conflict or may go together.

LOCATION:  The historic (1806) Gloucester Meetinghouse, home of the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, on the green at the corner of Church & Middle Street.  Parking is available on the green, next door at St. John’s Church, and at the Sawyer Free Library.  Accessible side entrance with an elevator is at 10 Church Street.

ADMISSION:  Free (offerings gratefully accepted), refreshments available all afternoon

More information is available at www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org

Bird-scaping – Home Sweet Habitat

Tuesday, November 14, 7pm at the Manchester Community Center. Guests are cordially invited, $5 fee.

One week from today the Seaside Garden Club presents this delightfully illustrated program exploring the importance of creating welcoming habitats for birds through thoughtful landscape choices, including native plants vital for food and nesting sites. Presenters Joan Butler and Jana Milbocker are experienced gardeners with backgrounds in floral and graphic design. Go to their Enchanted Gardens website (http://www.enchantedgardensdesign.com) for details.

Seaside Gardeners are asked to bring donations for Beverly Bootstraps to this meeting. Toiletries are especially needed, such as tooth paste & brushes, shampoo, body wash, men’s and women’s razors, and feminine products.

Members are also encouraged to bring in material for the window boxes at Beverly Bootstraps. The Community Service committee requests greens from White Pine, Hemlock, Balsam Fir, Cedar, and Cyprus. Branches should be 2 to 3 feet long and put in plastic bags. Please bring to the Nov 14 meeting or drop off at Lenore’s house.