Come to the Children’s Room for a LEGO Family Build. We’ll provide the LEGOs; you provide the family and the building ideas. Bring your smart phone or camera to snap some photos of your creations as we will build, then take it all apart!
Children, in grades 1-5, who are struggling with reading are invited to read with Coco! Certified reading therapy dog Coco, and her owner Randi, will visit the library twice a month to help children practice reading and gain confidence. Six 10 minute slots (3 per day) will be available for children to read aloud to Coco one-on-one. Children may bring their own book or use a library book.
Have a wonderful time watching for whales and seabirds on a trip with naturalists from Joppa Flats Education Center out of Gloucester aboard the Privateer IV. Aside from marine mammals, we will look for storm-petrels, gannets, jaegers, terns, gulls, and phalaropes. Most trips will head to the productive Stellwagen Bank.
The Cape Ann Farmers' Market The Cape Ann Farmers Market will again partner with the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance to host the tenth annual Seafood Throwdown on August 16th at Stage Fort Park! Starting at 4 PM, veteran competitor Common Crow will face newcomer Feather and Wedge. The challenge before them? To create a unique dish using a mystery fish to be revealed at the event.
Food, music, live entertainment, dance, craft and fun come together for a great family time at the Downtown Gloucester Block every Third Saturday through September! Five music stages, shopping 'til 11pm, outside sidewalk dining, live dance performances and all kinds of other fun things to do make the streets come alive. Kids will love the singers and roaming magician, and they'll find games, facepainting, kids snacks, balloons, giant chess and more in 'Kids Town'!
August 2016 Gloucester Block Party
Wear comfortable shoes for a walking tour of Gloucester's inner harbor* based on Joe Garland’s street-by-alley guidebook to America's most famous fishing port, complete with unforgettable historical vignettes, unforgetable yarns, and a treasure trove of old photos. Back at CAM; roll up your sleeves for a a mapmaking project.
The Gloucester Area Astronomy Club invites you to their monthly meeting to discover the wonder of the night sky on Cape Ann! There will still be a lot of astronomy going on! Stargazing will usually foolow the monthly meeting, which usually includes an astronomy presentation, and sometimes a special guest. There is plenty of free parking, no dues or fees, and all are welcome. No special knowledge is required to have a great time.
Come enjoy a movie projected on a giant screen on the waterfront, under the stars in downtown Gloucester Massachusetts! Bring a lawn chair, blanket and your family for a night of Hollywood blockbuster fun! Food and refreshments will be available starting at 6pm, and movies will begin at dark!
Come to Sawyer Free Library for a fun afternoon where kids can talk and share their experiences in the kitchen. Register and check out a copy of the Around the World Cookbook by Abigail Dodge, let the library know which recipe you will make at home and the bring the dish to the library to share and discuss!
Thursday, August 16
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