Sign up for the Art Festival in The Shipyard at Essex Shipbuilding Museum ! Register here : https://capeanncommunity.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/cb957-callforartesm2019.pdf
Awesome Gloucester + Awesome Rockport are now accepting proposals for $1000 micro-grants. All grants are given in cash with no strings attached. Submit proposals here: www.awesomefoundation.org/en/submissions/new
Dear TAA Members and Guests,
This year the High Holidays fall on the following dates*:
Rosh Hashanah – Monday-Tuesday, September 30-October 1
Kol Nidre – Tuesday, October 8
Yom Kippur (with Break-the-Fast) – Wednesday, October 9
In the past years, to accommodate Temple Ahavat Achim congregants attending High Holiday services, the city has allowed parking in legal parking spaces without charge and ticketing.
If you place a temporary parking permit on your dashboard, you won’t be ticketed. PARKING PERMITS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD on http://www.taagloucester.org
Handmade parking signs will not be recognized by the police!
PLEASE NOTE : DO NOT PARK ON MAIN STREET, ROGERS STREET, GLOUCESTER HOUSE RESTAURANT PARKING LOT, OR IN THE SAWYER FREE LIBRARY PARKING LOT BEHIND THE TEMPLE.
Any vehicles parked in these locations will be ticketed and the tickets will NOT be eligible for abatement by the City.
BABYSITTING services will be available on the First Day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur from 10:30 am to 1 pm.
TAA parking lot will be reserved for handicapped parking only. The hashed parking area will be needed for unloading and loading of wheelchairs.
St. John’s Episcopal Church has graciously allowed us to use their parking lot during the High Holidays for parking overflow. (First come – first serve.)
If you haven’t ordered our smoked salmon for your High Holiday dinner table but would like to, there’s still time – just click here to place your order!
For more information on the 5780 High Holidays at our Temple, please CLICK HERE.