At the Cape Ann Farmers' Market you'll find plenty of farm-fresh produce, meat & local seafood, as well as lots of fun stuff for the entire family. There are activities like finger painting for the kids and cooking demonstrations for “Top Chef” wanna-bes, and melt-in-your-mouth local gelato.
Friday afternoons are a great time for families to drop-by fand enjoy Open Studio at Art Haven. Participate in a fun activity and access to the studio space to work on clay, painting, drawing or anything else you dream up. All ages are welcome with a parent.
Cape Ann Art Haven is a small nonprofit with the mission of providing a place for the community to have exposure to the arts.
Parking available both at the library and in the City Hall parking lot. Come enjoy a spectacular summer evening of music and fun!
Two of our favorite Cape Ann non-profits team up for a yard sale fundraiser! Come shop for goodies and knwo that yoru money will be well spent and go to fund educational programs and live animal presentations! This sale will be in the area behind the St. Peter's Square Parking Lot, 1 Rogers St, in Gloucester.
The Saint Peter's Fiesta 5k Road Race hosted by the Cape Ann YMCA is a healthy opportunity for families to be directly involved with this traditional community celebration in Gloucester! Kids are encouraged to enter, and all funds raised by the race go to the Cape Ann YMCA Summer Camps program. The race starts at beautiful Stage Fort Park and ends in the heart of the Fiesta celebration in Saint Peter's Square.
The annual Memorial Day parade in Gloucester forms at 8:45 and begins at Monday at 9 a.m. at Gloucester High School . All veterans are encouraged to participate, joining members of AMVETS, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and the Disabled American Veterans. The parade will march down Centennial Avenue to Grant Circle where the main ceremony will be held at the WWII memorial and then return to the high school for a Vietnam memorial ceremony dollowed by a luncheon at the Veterans Center on Emerson Avenue.
United States Coast Guard Station Gloucester is having an open house and safe boating day! Stop by and learn all about the Coast Guard and its important role in Gloucester. The United States Coast Guard Station Gloucester annual Safe Boating Day Open House will feature local marine vendors, safe boating displays, flare demonstrations, tours of Coast Guard vessels, and more. Free to the public. Recreational boaters, commercial boaters, loads of fun for the kids!
Imagine living in an intimate luxury seaside association just a path away from Good Harbor Beach! Topping the list of the “Best Beaches In Massachusetts,” here you’ll take in views of the Twin Lighthouses on Thatcher Island and Salt Island as you relax on the white sand beach. At low tide, you can even walk out to them! Enjoy water-based activities such as stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, snorkeling or fishing - ALL “Just A Path” from home.
The mission of the EPYC Junior Programs is to develop in its participants an appreciation and love for being on the water in a safe, fun and supportive environment. With some brand new boats and programs, there is something for everyone this summer at Eastern Point. From Harbor Mice to safe boating and a maritime adventures camps offered each sessions. These programs complement our top notch learn to sail and race team programs. EPYC Junior Sailing programs are open to the public, so children can participate whether or not their families are members of the club.
The Pan-Mass Challenge Cape Ann Kids' Ride will be one of many PMC Kids Rides held in neighborhoods throughout New England and beyond. Through the PMC Kids Rides program, nearly 6,000 cyclists between the ages of two and 15 will ride between one and 26 miles in mini-bike-a-thons to raise money for cancer research.