Get ready for Back to School, save water, save energy, do the planet some good and protect your electronic valuables all at the same time! Looptworks will be at the Cape Ann Farmers' Market in Gloucester and encourages you to come by and and check out their great iPad, iPhone, Tablet and laptop computer sleeves made of UPCYCLED excess wetsuit neoprene fabric. They're perfect for the summer, perfect for back to school, look great and are a perfect solution for protecting your beloved gadgets in a padded protective sleeve.
The HMS Bounty will come to Gloucester on Saturday, September 1 and stay through the weekend offering public tours as part of the Gloucester Schooner Festival 2018! Tours will run Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm.
The Whalemobile is coming to Maritime Gloucester! Join whale naturalist Cynde McInnis for a very special Creature of the Week, featuring a life-sized inflatable humpback whale named Nile. Kids will develop an awareness of and fascination for whales that inspires them to care about the oceans and the wild world around us. Great for PreK - 6 yrs with an adult.
Kids will learn about the plants that can be found in Dogtown, then make a project with found objects! Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Kids will learn about the rocks that make Dogtown unique, then make their own rock painting. Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Maritime Gloucester students will learn collograph print making with local artist Camilla MacFadyen. You will build collograph printing plates out of seaweed collected on site and print some 30 yards of blue and green silk charmeuse and organza with the patterns of the sea.
Please join us for the "Night Sky" as the Museum of Science brings their inflatable planetarium to City Hall. Kids can explore the night sky, learn about the stars nearby and get some useful tips for stargazing in the back yard. This program is for Children ages 6 and over. Please register. Space is limited.
Unleash your inner detective with this unique opportunity. Get your hands dirty using state of the art technology to characterize a fish by its DNA and protein structures. Work with our own Mary Kay Taylor, and with Emily Chandler of the Large Pelagics Research Center (http://tunalab.org) to learn the latest techniques for identifying and labeling fish meat. This is our newest marine science class. Due to inquiries it has been opened to curious adults.
It is time to get out your dancing shoes. The waterfront party of last summer is back. The North Shore Jazz Project is pleased to present a joint fundraiser with the Maritime Gloucester, on August 4th, 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Gloucester’s beautiful waterfront. There's a free drum workshop at the at the waterfront from 3-4:30.
Art Haven is celebrating their four-year anniversary by opening a brand new community center around the corner at 11 Pleasant Street! This new community center will be the headquarters for creative high school and adult programming on Cape Ann, but the whole family can come celebrate!
The grand opening celebration will showcase art by talented, local, students, snacks from local restaurants, and fun projects for younger kids to participate in during the festivities!
Friday, May 3
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