Join us for a wonderful brunch cruise with a menu of Chicken Piccata, North Atlantic Baked Haddock, Roast Potatoes and much more. Also enjoy Historic Gloucester harbor with the music and narration of our favorite DJ Jon Perry. What a wonderful way to spend a summer day at sea!
When: Jul 9, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for a Friday afternoon lunch cruise around Historic Gloucester Harbor featuring a menu of Baked Haddock, Chicken Picatta, Penne Pasta, Mixed Vegetables and more along with the music and narration of the NU Image DJs. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 31, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Fri, 31 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for a wonderful cruise around Gloucester Harbor as we dine on a menu of Baked Haddock, Chicken Picatta, Fingerling Potatos, Mixed vegetable and more. Also enjoy the music and narration of our favorite DJ Jon Perry. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 30, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Thu, 30 Jul 2015 11 )
Enjoy a fabulous New England Lobster Bake with fresh steamed lobsters, bbq chicken, corn on the cob, coleslaw and much more! Your ticket includes your lunch buffet, a harbor cruise around Historic Gloucester Harbor and fun music and light narration by our favorite DJ, Scottie Mac!
When: Jun 30, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Tue, 30 Jun 2015 11 )
Join us for a traditional New England Steamed Lobster along with BBQ Chicken, Corn on the cob, Roasted Potatos and more as we cruise around historic Gloucester harbor. Also enjoy the music and light narration from our favorite DJ Scottie Mac. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 29, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Wed, 29 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for a cruise around historic Gloucester Harbor featuring a menu of Carved Ham, French toast, eggs benedict and much more while we enjoy the amazing Jazz music of the Jane Potter Trio. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Aug 2, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sun, 02 Aug 2015 11 )
Come join us for a Sunset cruise around historic Gloucester harbor with a menu featuring prime rib, baked haddock, roasted potatos and much more. Also enjoy a light narration and music with our favorite DJ Jon Perry. What a great way to spend a summer evening.
Come join us for a lunch time cruise around historic Gloucester Harbor with a menu featuring Baked haddock, Chicken Piccata, Penne pasta and much more. Also enjoy the music and light narration of our favorite DJ Jon Perry. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 23, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Thu, 23 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for a Sunday Brunch cruise around historic Gloucester Harbor with a menu featuring Carved ham, eggs benedict, french toast, roasted potatos and much more.Also enjoy the jazz music of the C-Zone trio what a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 26, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sun, 26 Jul 2015 11 )
Come join us for a traditional New England steamed Lobster buffet with a menu of corn on the cob, roasted potatos and BBQ chicken along with the light narration and music of our favorite DJ Jon Perry. What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.
When: Jul 25, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sat, 25 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for a traditional New England Steamed Lobster brunch with corn on the cob, roasted potatos, BBQ chicken and more. Also enjoy a wonderful cruise around historic Gloucester harbor while listening to the music and narration of our favorite DJ Scottie Mac. What a great way to spend a summer day.
When: Jul 20, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Mon, 20 Jul 2015 11 )
Join us for our July 4th Brunch cruise around historic Gloucester harbor with a menu of Chicken Piccata, North Atlantic Haddock, Penne Pasta, Roast Potatoes and more. Also enjoy the music stylings and narration of our favorite DJ Scottie Mac! What a great way to spend a July 4th afternoon at sea!
When: Jul 4, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jul 2015 11 )
Bird Mancini and T Max team up to create a wonder tribute to the Beatles in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles single "Help!" Karen Ristuben from the Center adds a cameo. Featuring: BIRD MANCINI (duo) www.birdmancini.com "a cosmopolitan fusion pop music in the most adventurous, inclusive sense of the term." -The Boston Globe "Bird Mancini is a mélange of pop perfection, incorporating virtuoso musicianship, a knowledge of musical forms and the smarts to deliver everything with joy and gusto!" -The Noise A power duo/band, two lead singers, guitar, accordion, harmonica, melodica, bass, drums with intriguing songs fusing rock and jazzy blues with a pop edge. Can play as a 4 piece band or duo. BIRD MANCINI, Boston's accordion/guitar rock duo, has released their 5th CD, the Latin flavored "Bird Mancini Lounge" on Second Story Records. This acclaimed duo features eclectic and at times a bit psychedelic acoustic rock pop style with lush vocal arrangements, blues-tinged guitar, accordion, harmonica, and a variety of percussion, bells and whistles. If the occasion warrants, the duo also performs as a full band, adding Joel White on bass and Joe Jaworski on drums to the mix. In recent years they've toured the West Coast and performed for the International Pop Overthrow Festival in Boston, New York City and in Liverpool UK at The Cavern Club. Along with critical acclaim and an ASCAP/Boston Music Award nomination, Bird Mancini were twice named among the Top 10 Year's Best by New England's Metronome Magazine. They've opened for Leon Russell, David Crosby (of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young), Joan Osborne, Gregg Allman, Jonathan Edwards, James Montgomery, The Stompers, The Outlaws, Mighty Sam McClain and the Pousette-Dart Band. Gospel choirs in country churches and Kansas City blues and swing were Ruby Bird's early upbringing, while Billy Carl Mancini cut his guitar-playing teeth on high school rock and roll bands covering songs by 60's greats like Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles and the Stones. Their recordings have an astonishingly colorful palette--Indie-Music.com says, "It's so refreshing to hear such great variety on every single track and with such consistency and quality." As AllMusic.com puts it, "Bird Mancini is likely to please a wide array of listeners." T MAX T MAX is a man of many hats (literally and figuratively). But all the figurative hats lead back to creating music/art and promoting fellow artists. He's the singer/ songwriter/ storyteller who runs The Noise (New England's longest running music magazine). He also founded Boston Rock Opera, wrote two folk-rock operas, released seven solo albums, produced Boston Rock 'n' Roll Trading Cards, was the music director for Project Eno (a tribute to Brian Eno), lectured on marketing music media at Emerson College, runs a record label (Dove Records), was an artist in wood, is an art photographer, graphic artists, and to show that he's not just interested in fields of art, he placed 4th in the US Open in 1988 (playing chess). His recorded music enjoys lots of airplay on WMBR, WMFO and WXRV the River. New England music legend Willie "Loco" Alexander say, " T Max is a man from another century, like Ben Franklin or Ian Whitcomb, a man of a thousand voices (and hats). His music runs the gamut of standards to scatcreating songs from the lost jukeboxes of time. He is the voice of reason and rhyme from the pop choirs of history. Amen." North Shore music Goddess Julie Dougherty says, " His love of music is not only evident but infectious if you've seen him live, you'd know that he is only half the show, the audience is the other half. He engages you, tells stories, sings some great old cover tunes with his own interpretations, and asks you to be part of the conversation. An evening spent with T Max is like being with an old friend you haven't seen in a while a somewhat crazy old friend with child-like openness that pulls you right in. Great energy, talent and sometimes an almost Beatles style of effects/ arrangements that add a wonderful dimension to the listening pleasure. Go T!" Special Guest: KAREN RISTUBEN 50% of proceeds will go to benefit the Rocky Neck Cultural Center.
Celebrate Wearable Art III, returning from two successful, sold out shows (2011 & 2013), is the singular annual seARTS fundraiser which draws a crowd that is passionate in their support for the arts and for the community as a whole. This show is run by the seARTS Wearable Arts group and community member volunteers. It kicks off at 1PM with an exhibit, show, & sale of hand-made, one-of-a-kind art to wear by 18 unique artist vendors. Then at 2:45, a runway show with over 60 looks from creatives of all genres will guaranty to wow the audience! Arrive early for best seating and to shop for art-to-wear. The sale closes up during the showtime.
The 2015 show returns to the luxurious waterfront venue at the entry to Gloucester’s Harbortown Cultural District, as designated by the State of Massachusetts-Mass Cultural Council.
Sherwin Williams and North East Council, PDCA Invite you for a day of deep sea fishing aboard the Lady Sea in Gloucester Massachusetts. $20/person space is limited Set sail at 6:45am and spend the day fishing, eating and relaxing. The crew will clean and filet your catch for you to bring home for dinner! Ample parking available at the dock. Full galley with food for breakfast and lunch, drinks and cold beer is available. (Feel free to pack your own food, but no outside beverages are allowed) Prizes to be awarded for biggest fish caught!
When: Aug 7, 2015 7 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Fri, 07 Aug 2015 07 )
The Rocky Neck Art Colony's Only Excellent Music series is thrilled to present Bird Mancini and T Max, with special guest Karen Ristuben, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatle's single "Help!" Beatles songs will be played along with originals.
When: Jul 17, 2015 7 PM to Jul 17, 2015 10 PMin Gloucester, Massachusetts Cost: $10, Purchase online or at the door (Fri, 17 Jul 2015 19 )
Presented by Michael Lobel, Professor of Art History and Director of the MA Program in Modern and Contemporary Art, Criticism and Theory at Purchase College, State University of New York and author of Image Duplicator: Roy Lichtenstein and the Emergence of Pop Art; James Rosenquist: Pop Art, Politics and History in the 1960s; and John Sloan: Drawing on Illustration. In contrast to the urban setting of John Sloan’s most memorable Ashcan School pictures, the works the artist produced in Gloucester have generally been taken as pastoral in nature, at a remove from contemporary concerns and current events. Yet Sloan’s time in Gloucester overlapped not only with the period of his deepest political involvements, but also with the looming disruptions of World War I. This talk will consider the resonances between Sloan’s New York images and his Gloucester scenes, taking note of the political concerns that may indeed have colored his treatment of the supposedly idyllic countryside. Individual tickets Members $10 / nonmembers $15 Series tickets (available at the "Three Moderns Paint Gloucester" event page) Members $25 / nonmembers $40 Three Moderns Paint Gloucester | July 23 A Portrait of Friendship | August 13 Passing Through Gloucester | October 30 For tickets or more information please call (978)283-0455 x10 or email email@example.com.
When: Oct 30, 2015 7 PM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Fri, 30 Oct 2015 19 )
Presented by Avis Berman, an independent writer, art historian, and author of Rebels on Eighth Street: Juliana Force and the Whitney Museum of American Art; James McNeill Whistler; and Edward Hopper’s New York. When we consider the subject of portraits of artists, our first thoughts tend to be of likenesses painted on canvas, etched on a plate, or exposed on a negative. But equally compelling in the study of artists and why they make the images they do are those portraits deduced and composed from the examination of psychological and social motivations. This sort of portrayal based on deeper emotional currents is especially revealing in the case of the American painter and printmaker, John Sloan. Sloan could not have matured into the artist he was without the catalytic interlocking relationships he sustained with two other forceful personalities—the painters Robert Henri and John Butler Yeats. The power of these artists’ intense, transformative personal and intellectual friendships—friendships that became central experiences, opened doors to new worlds, and were precious founts of support and inspiration—does much to explain many facets of Sloan’s life and work. The three men’s association also had more general consequences for American art—it was a great influence on drawings, paintings, and prints produced by a number of outstanding artists in Sloan and Henri’s orbit. Individual tickets Members $10 / nonmembers $15 Series tickets (available at the "Three Moderns Paint Gloucester" event page) Members $25 / nonmembers $40 Three Moderns Paint Gloucester | July 23 A Portrait of Friendship | August 13 Passing Through Gloucester | October 30 For tickets or more information please call (978)283-0455 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Aug 13, 2015 7 PM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Thu, 13 Aug 2015 19 )
Mo Bounce parties outdoors at Captain Carlo's Restaurant! This is our debut show at this venue right on the WATER/Docks! Great fresh seafood dishes! Make sure you book the date and come on out to show some love and support! Party down with us!
When: Aug 15, 2015 8 PM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sat, 15 Aug 2015 20 )
Who better to explore Barton Cove with than Elizabeth Farnsworth, co-author of the Peterson Field Guide to the Ferns of Northeastern and Central North America? Barton Cove is well known for its scenic beauty and nesting bald eagles. Botanists also know this area as one rich in diversity of fern species. Participants will walk the shady, rocky trails in search of ferns of woodland and rocky habitats. Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hands-lens if available and bring a snack and water to enjoy along the way. Program co-sponsor, Mass Audubon is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to protecting the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. Elizabeth Farnsworth is Senior Research Ecologist with the New England Wild Flower Society. Her unique background as a botanist, professor, illustrator and author provide her with a wealth of information to share during this exploration of Barton Cove. For ages 16 and older. Please call to pre-register at 413-659-4426. Fee: $15
When: Jul 11, 2015 12 AM to Jul 11, 2015 12 AMin Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sat, 11 Jul 2015 00 )
Join us for a wonderful traditional New England Lobster Bake with fresh steamed lobster, BBQ Chicken, Corn on the Cob, Coleslaw and much more! Plus a lovely harbor cruise around Historic Gloucester Harbor and fun music and light narration from our favorite DJ Scottie Mac! What a perfect summer day in New England!
When: Jul 11, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Sat, 11 Jul 2015 11 )
Come Join us for a wonderful Tuesday afternoon lunch cruise through historic Gloucester harbor with a wonderful buffet menu including Carved Ham, Penne Pasta, Roasted potatos and much more. You'll enjoy the musical talent of our favorite DJ Jon Perry while we tour the harbor. What a great way to spend a summer evening at sea!
When: Jul 21, 2015 11 AM in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Jul 2015 11 )
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