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CAPE ANN

Guide + Directory

ESSEX | GLOUCESTER | MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA | ROCKPORT

2021–2022 CAPE ANN GUIDE + DIRECTORY

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CONTENTS

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FEATURES

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Experience and Explore Cape Ann

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Community Profiles

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18 Cape Ann in One Day 22 Cape Ann Life Through All Seasons 24 Cape Ann Plein Air 2021 26  The World Class Culture of Greater Cape Ann 30 Cape Ann Profiles

Richard Correale

Abbot Cove Photograhy

AROUND CAPE ANN

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Lighthouses Beaches Calendar Arts & Culture: Points of Interest Community Information Maps

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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Transportation Accommodations Weddings, Caterers & Function Facilities Arts & Culture Dining, Food & Beverages Activities on Land & Sea Shopping Services Index

ON THE COVER: Long Beach in Rockport, courtesy of Brock Currier Photography. Artist’s statement: “Shorebreak waves break close to the beach, sometimes on dry sand. In many cases they’re unrideable by surfers. With just my camera, swim fins and a wetsuit, I can get in these hollow waves to show a different perspective of our seacoast. The smaller, clean waves of summer usually produce the best colors and art. Timing is everything.” CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

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ABOUT THE CHAMBER The mission of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce is to serve as the principal voice of business while working to enhance both the economic environment and the quality of life for the citizens of Cape Ann. We are a small but highly dedicated team, and honored and pleased to be working hard to advance our mission every single day.

Ken Riehl | Chief Executive Officer ken@capeannchamber.com Peter Webber | Senior Vice President peter@capeannchamber.com Sara Bowen | Director, Events sara@capeannchamber.com Charlene Delaney | Visitor Services info@capeannchamber.com Dylan Fowler | Office Administrator dylan@capeannchamber.com Vince Mainetti | Marketing and Design Manager vince@capeannchamber.com Olivia Perez-O’Dess | Director, Member Services olivia@capeannchamber.com Debbie Walter | Director, Finance accounting@capeannchamber.com Special Thank You to our Member and Year-round Visitor Relations Team, volunteers and amazing interns! Publisher: Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce Cape Ann Icon Design by Annalei Babson Contact Us Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce 24 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-1601 info@capeannchamber.com capeannchamber.com | capeannvacations.com rockportusa.com | lovecapeann.com © Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce 2021. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in whole or in part without the express written permission of the Cape Ann Chamber Chief Executive Officer. The Publisher and Designer disclaim all responsibility for omissions or errors.

Funded, in part, by the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism. This publication was made possible by a grant administered by the North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.

WELCOME TO CAPE ANN!

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elcome to 2021! It’s time to look toward the future and a new normal post-COVID. Please stay tuned during the year for important updates relative to signature Cape Ann events— rescheduling, timing and capacity. We are as excited as you are to celebrate Cape Ann together! I am thrilled to be the Chamber’s President in 2021 and look forward to representing Chamber members in the business community. Please stop by our new location on Harbor Loop! It’s a warm and welcoming space, allowing us to better serve visitors, residents, businesses and community leaders. Each year, the Cape Ann Guide & Directory serves as valuable resource for the community, providing residents and visitors alike with insights into all that the region has to offer. In this 2021–2022 edition, you’ll find descriptions of our amazing beaches, harbors, marshlands, parks and trails. We highlight the people of Cape Ann who represent our proud maritime heritage, unmatched arts scene, exquisite cuisine, lively music and entertainment, and a variety of activities across Cape Ann’s four communities of Essex, Gloucester, Rockport and Manchester-by-the-Sea. Please spend some time exploring the comprehensive listing of businesses and other organizations in this guide. Visitors to Cape Ann are discovering something those of us who call these communities home have long known—this region offers wonderful experiences throughout the year. Those visiting in the fall enjoy our autumn events or simply celebrate the colors of the season. Winter brings a full schedule of holiday events and activities and an opportunity to take in the quiet beauty of Cape Ann. And in the spring, we mark the return of the boats to our shores as the entire community prepares for summer. The Guide & Directory is a reflection of the Chamber’s place within the Cape Ann community. You’ll see how committed we are to making visitors and residents aware of our extraordinary people and places and our many events and activities. Yet our commitment to Cape Ann goes much further. We work with Cape Ann’s businesses to make them stronger and grow their contributions to the community. And we bring those business together to support the cultural, educational and economic issues and opportunities important to Cape Ann. The members of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce are a remarkable part of our region. We’re proud to represent the businesses and organizations that define Cape Ann and make it so welcoming for visitors and residents. All of the stories, information and insights you’ll read in the 2021–2022 Guide & Directory only begin to capture what is special about Cape Ann. The more you explore the region, the more you will understand why Cape Ann is such an incredible place to live, work and visit. Susan Gould-Coviello Executive Director, North Shore Health Project 2021 President, Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce

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ELCOME TO THE 2021–2022 CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY! In the following pages, you’ll find a wealth of information highlighting the four communities that define this historic coastal region: Essex, Gloucester, Manchester-by-the-Sea and Rockport. While they share a coastline, each offers its own unique and remarkable capacity to make memories whether you’re visiting for the first time, have recently relocated or have lived a lifetime here. You’ll also discover that Cape Ann is far more than a great summer destination for stunning beaches and waterfront fun. You’ll learn that all four seasons promise exceptional arts and culture, delectable cuisine and incomparable hospitality. And, of course, the incredible salt air. If you’ve journeyed here to rest or write, paint or explore—Cape Ann will intrigue, inspire and rejuvenate.

Just under an hour north of Boston, Cape Ann is the ultimate, authentic New England experience. For centuries, it has inspired fine artists and writers, while delivering a storied and demanding livelihood to generations of fishermen. In these pages you’ll learn how Gloucester, Rockport, Essex and Manchester-by-the-Sea form this special corner of the world. 6

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ESSEX A day in Essex is filled with adventures, whether you spend it outdoors or in a museum. Hop in a kayak and explore the meandering Essex River, with its panoramic views of vast salt marshes lined with tall grasses. Once on land, continue your exploration with a stroll down the causeway. Perhaps you’ll enjoy a plate of fried clams in the town where fried clams were

invented! More fun trivia: Essex has more restaurants per capita than any other town north of Boston! Craving a bit of history? Be sure to visit the Essex Historical Society & Shipbuilding Museum, then browse Essex’s famed antique shops for treasures.

GLOUCESTER Gloucester is proud to be America’s oldest working seaport. Learn all about Gloucester’s maritime history with a visit to the Cape Ann Museum and Maritime Gloucester, then watch the working fishing boats in action with a walk on the inner harbor. Perhaps you’ll see the daily lobster catch coming in or a commercial fishing trawler passing by, seagulls swirling overhead. Just minutes away are Gloucester’s famous beaches, hiking trails, restaurants and thriving arts and culture scene, designed to keep you entertained regardless of the season. Step into an artist’s studio CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


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Cape Ann offers stunning beaches, waterfront recreation, eclectic dining options and a wealth of authentic New England experiences. And then there are the people… on Rocky Neck, expand your art collection at the North Shore Arts Association, enjoy an evening of live music or take in a play at Gloucester Stage Company.

ROCKPORT The charm of Rockport escapes no one. It’s the quintessential New England town whose harbor features what’s regarded to be one of the most-painted buildings in America—Motif No. 1. Just a stone’s throw away are Bearskin Neck’s CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

small shops and eateries just waiting to tempt and delight you. Throughout Rockport’s downtown you’ll find captivating art galleries, and will soon understand why artists and visitors alike have fallen under Rockport’s spell. Spending a few days on Cape Ann? Catch a concert at the acoustically-perfect Shalin Liu Performance Center, where top names in classical, opera, pop and jazz grace the stage year-round. Its waterfront location simply astounds.

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA

Even the name of this small seaside town possesses a sing-song quality—and perhaps it’s no coincidence that the town’s signature attraction is Singing Beach—simply one of the most beautiful stretches of sand along the eastern seaboard. The beach is a perfect way to start your day, followed by a visit to the downtown shops and galleries or a stroll through Masconomo Park with ice cream in hand as you gaze at the boats passing through the harbor. Visiting off season? Enjoy healthy winter hiking at Coolidge Reservation or check nightlife calendars for live music or romantic spots to enjoy dinner and cocktails. See pages 8–17 for more detailed descriptions of each Cape Ann community.

Above: The Essex River and salt marshes. CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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RAVELING TO A NEW DESTINATION IS LIKE ROLLING OUT A TREASURE map in front of you. And while Cape Ann’s riverside town of Essex may be small in size, you’ll discover a mountain of surprises. Love antiquing? Antiques with stories to tell are plentiful and found in wonderful shops throughout the town. “Once you see a piece that hits your heart and hits your soul—that’s the antiques experience,” says Tom Lang, Perim Lang Antiques. Vintage collectibles, wheel-thrown pottery and fine art, handcrafted sculpture, jewelry and children’s boutique goods add to the delights that await. After a day of exploring, quench your thirst in the Taproom at Great Marsh Brewing Company to enjoy their latest craft beer, or dine beside panoramic views of the marsh at any one of Essex’s wonderful restaurants. Like Cape Ann itself, Essex is a magnet for seafood lovers and fried clam aficionados—Woodman’s is the actual birthplace of the fried clam— yet there’s something for every taste in “New England’s Restaurant Capital.” Essex has a fascinating history. You can travel back in time on the self-guided Historic Essex Walking Tour where 16 interpretive signs feature historic photos and stories connecting past and present. The

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All the best treasure hunts include a water voyage so take a scenic cruise down the meandering Essex River to learn the local lore. If standup paddleboarding piques your interest, rent a board or take a lesson from Cape Ann SUP. If fishing is your passion, stripers are a favorite catch aboard local charters. Treasure hunters in search of nature can birdwatch, hike or mountain bike on miles and miles of conservation trails. If golf is your jam, and you’re looking for a challenge, play the nine holes at Cape Ann Golf Club. The par 3, 7th hole has been recognized in North Shore Golf Magazine as one of the “Top hardest holes on the North Shore.”

Sunrise on the Essex River. Top: Choate House c. 1725–40, Choate Island, Crane Wildlife Refuge on the Essex River.

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WHAT’S NEW • Cuddlefish, a women’s and baby boutique • In Home Design Center • The Mill—breakfast, lunch and prepared foods • Village Creamery—ice cream • Essex Vintage Fair at Cogswell’s Grant Essex Shipbuilding Museum chronicles how this small New England village built and launched close to 4,000 vessels dating back to the mid-17th century. And if you’re visiting this fall, Cogswell’s Grant, home to an extraordinary collection of American folk art, hosts the First Annual Essex Vintage Fair. If you’re an artist and have come to paint, this historic farm is also a favorite spot for plein air painters. Treasure hunting takes time so book your stay and relax. Shea’s Riverside Inn & Motel has unrivaled views of the Essex River, while situated on a 14-acre family farm is Cedar Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast, a 1695 farmhouse featuring modern amenities. As you’ve figured out by now, on any Cape Ann traveler’s map, Essex marks the spot. Go to visitessexma.com for more ideas. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


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MANCHESTERBY-THE-SEA

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HIS QUIET SEASIDE COMMUNITY IS SUCH A GLORIOUS DISCOVERY. Primarily residential, Manchester-by-the-Sea offers exceptional dining, shopping, beaches, parks and waterfront recreation. Exploring downtown on foot is the easiest way to enjoy the sights. In the town center is the Trask House, home to the Manchester Historical Museum—the perfect place to begin your day. The museum contains a collection of period furniture, artifacts, and fine art. You’ll learn about the town’s maritime history, and its later prominence as a summer vacation destination for the wealthy during the “Gilded Age.” Check the museum’s calendar for special events.

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Another sign? Manchester’s annual Festival-by-the-Sea. It’s a celebration of all things synonymous with Cape Ann in the summertime: art, music and food. The event occurs throughout downtown Manchester and you’ll enjoy works from local artists, live music, and delicious, local cuisine. Manchester is a lovely off-season and holiday destination as well. Fall and spring are perfect times for hiking, biking, beach combing and enjoying the small-town atmosphere. In December, take part in Christmas-by-

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Just a five-minute walk from the museum is Masconomo Park, featuring a community bandstand for fun summer concerts, a baseball field, and playground. Take a seat on one of the park’s many benches and enjoy the sights and sounds of this beautiful New England harbor town. (Helpful hint: There are approximately 20 public parking spaces in the town parking lot behind the police station and two-hour street parking spaces along Beach Street). If you prefer ocean to land, charter an overnight boat complete with a captain! Check out Frayed Knot Sailing Charters for charter opportunities and sailing lessons throughout Cape Ann. If you’d rather enjoy the ocean from the shore, Singing Beach is Manchester’s crown jewel. While parking at the beach is for residents only, you can ride the commuter rail into Manchester and walk to the beach, or bike into town. Umbrella-carrying visitors walking from the train merge with families as they stroll to Singing Beach—a welcome sign of summer.

the-Sea—a weekend’s worth of special events, including the Manchester Holiday Stroll. Throughout the winter, enjoy cross-country skiing or hiking at Coolidge Reservation and then warm up at night with comfort food at one of Manchester’s wonderful restaurants. There’s nothing like a calm, coastal weekend to rejuvenate the soul—you may even finish that book you started last year.

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ELCOME TO GLOUCESTER—YOU’VE ARRIVED AT THE PERFECT PLACE for breathing. We all know that fresh air is a key to health, happiness and sparking an appetite. You’ll need that appetite during your stay— with new restaurants to experience, new art galleries to inspire and new adventures to embark on. Gloucester is one of the U.S.’s most popular coastal destinations—and home to America’s oldest working seaport—promising stunning beaches and sunsets. It’s also an ever-evolving community, and you’ll notice new shops, cultural venues and homes at every turn. Rogers Street, running parallel to Main, adds its own restaurants and shops, along with access to whale watching, schooner sails, and other waterfront recreation. While meandering downtown, visit the Cape Ann Museum and learn more of the city’s history, its settlement in the early 1600s and its journey to becoming one of the world’s largest fishing ports by the mid 1800s. You’ll also stand in awe at the paintings of Fitz Henry Lane, Winslow Homer and others. Beyond the bustling seaport you’ll find Gloucester’s villages, where visitors can explore Magnolia’s varied businesses

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As Gloucester moves forward, it honors its past. Fishermen still head out to sea each morning and battle the unpredictable waters (The Fishermen’s Memorial will tell you more). Artists remain inspired by Cape Ann’s elusive light and strive to capture it on canvas, from dawn to dusk. Beaches and natural resources remain protected and pristine. Gloucester takes great pride in its traditions yet welcomes visitors and new residents to join in every aspect of its culture. While downtown you’ll notice a bustling Main Street boasting locally owned retail shops, galleries, cafes and fine restaurants.

Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Memorial. Top: The Gloucester Fishermen’s Memorial.

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BY TERRY WEBER MANGOS John Abisamra

WHAT’S NEW •C  ape Ann Museum’s Green campus • Maritime Science Education Center • Happy Valley’s Gloucester dispensary • At Gloucester Crossing: New Glen T. MacLeod Cape Ann YMCA and Halyard Apartments along Lexington Avenue or Rocky Neck’s many art studios and galleries. History, arts and culture, the freshest seafood—and some of the best ice cream and pizza to be found—Gloucester has thought of everything. And after a great dinner, live music awaits at any number of venues. If you’re here to chill, Good Harbor and Wingaersheek beaches, to name just two, will transport you to a calmer place. The salt air, combined with a long walk or kayaking, will restore and invigorate. Perhaps one of Gloucester’s best-kept secrets is its off-season. Special rates entice and cooler temps are often more invigorating. Winter hiking, cross-country skiing, ice skating and bird watching will fill your days. There’s also a fascinating concentration of winter seabirds—take the Cape Ann Winter Birding Boat Trip to Stellwagen Bank. In fact, “off” season is the new “on.” CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


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HEN DESCRIBING THE FOUR TOWNS COMPRISING CAPE ANN, IT’S easy to use the same words over and over: unique, charming, quaint, picturesque, etc. Writers strive to find new descriptions that “paint the picture” (pun intended) and spark your imagination while avoiding the trap of clichés. One wonders, though, if it was actually Cape Ann that inspired those words to begin with. Rockport, located at the tip of the Cape, and its jaw-dropping views of the Atlantic and stunning coastline, will simply take your breath away. could spend days roaming in and out of the studios and galleries along Broadway, Dock Square, Main Street and Bearskin Neck, meeting the artists and watching them work. As you roam you’ll also discover excellent restaurants (from hot dog shacks to lobster in the rough and fine dining), weathered storefront cottages and, if you wander Bearskin Neck to the top, you’ll arrive at the ultimate spot for a selfie—with the vast Atlantic as your backdrop. Music and performance are plentiful throughout the year along with many special town events. In the summer, there are free concerts at the Back Beach Bandstand

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Similar to Gloucester, European settlers in the early 1600s identified the waters off Rockport as a fertile fishing ground and settled there, beginning industries in granite, timber and fishing. If you walk or hike through Halibut Point State Park, you’ll come across the old granite quarries, still impressive today. Pack a picnic because you’ll find a great spot to enjoy more incredible views of the Atlantic. Rockport’s history as a magnet for artists holds true today. You’ll find a thriving community of artists and galleries—not to mention incredible talent. If you’re a seasoned collector or just beginning, you

Motif No. 1. Top: Aerial view of Rockport Harbor and village.

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WHAT’S NEW • Sea & Cellar LLC • The Cove at Rockport and Emerson Inn Seaside Resort • Seaview Farm’s new curated wine & beer store • Esmeralda Jewelry, Accessories and Gifts and Fourth of July celebrations; in the offseason there are fun spring and fall festivals. The Shalin Liu Performance Center offers a year-round program of opera, classical, pop, jazz, film and more. And the holidays? “Christmas in Rockport” will become your new family tradition. Festivities include fairs and shows, strolling musicians, and special offers for holiday shopping. Even in the fall and winter, the beaches are no less inviting. There is something so serene about a seaside town in the midst of a gentle snowfall. When booking lodging, you’ll have many options to consider—from intimate inns to family-friendly hotels. There’s something for every need, budget and “view preference”—whether overlooking a beach, the Atlantic, or a pleasant, treelined side street, you’ll understand how hard it is to avoid the clichés. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


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SHOP LOCAL

Cape Ann’s four coastal communities each have their own unique downtown shopping areas. Explore treasure-filled antique and gift shops in Essex along the Essex River. Discover the heart of historic Gloucester on Main and Rogers streets, Lexington Avenue and Rocky Neck. Indulge in the galleries in Rockport and add to your art collection, or leisurely weave in and out of Manchester-by-the-Sea’s numerous harborside shops. Each town reflects the talent and personalities of the area’s artists and shop owners. Visit the Shopping section of the guide on page 76 to plot your spree.

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DIVE INTO CAPE ANN CULTURE

Experience Cape Ann’s thriving, multi-faceted art scene by exploring the region’s many gallery spaces and museums where you’ll find the work of

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renowned masters and emerging artists. Our strong community of makers and artisans organize shows all year-round. For a list of cultural fare, visit the Arts & Culture section of the guide on page 46 and the Events calendar on page 41 for a schedule of live theater, gallery tours, art sales and more.

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EAT ALL DAY!

Many day-trippers return time and again to Cape Ann simply for the food—the freshest seafood, shellfish and fried clams you’ll find anywhere. Indulge! You’ll walk it off later (see #6). Looking for something different? Experience the community’s vibrant tradition of Mediterranean cooking at many Italian and Portuguese eateries or explore Gloucester’s everexpanding range of cuisines spanning from Lebanese to Indian and Chinese. You’ll be hungry just reading the Dining section beginning on page 66.

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ATTEND A PERFORMANCE OR FESTIVAL

Cape Ann is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and also boasts the Annisquam and Essex rivers, offering endless opportunities to sail, power boat or plan on-river activities. Even if you only have an hour or two, rent a kayak or stand-up paddle board. You can also stop by one of the local beaches to swim, snorkel or surf. Have an afternoon to fill? Book a whale watch, lighthouse tour, schooner sail, river cruise, private boat or fishing charter. There are so many water adventures available, we recommend turning your “day on Cape Ann” into “a few days.” Visit the Activities on the Land & Sea Guide page 70 to start splashing.

A visit to Cape Ann is only complete by experiencing live

Above (top to bottom): Bearskin Neck in Rockport; Gloucester Stage Company; C.K. Pearl in Essex.

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prepared to stop often along the way. Known as the “Cape Ann 500” by locals, the drive is fun during any season. For a digital copy of the map, visit essexheritage.org/aboutbyway.

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music at a local restaurant or nightspot; watching a dance performance, concert or play; or attending one of Cape Ann’s renowned community events and festivals, including St. Peter’s Fiesta, Waterfront and Schooner festivals in Gloucester, the Essex Clamfest, Harvestfest in Rockport, Manchester’s Festival by the Sea and, of course, the winter holidays—celebrated in all four communities, each with its own special flourishes. Whether it’s the height of summer or the heart of winter, there is always a performance, event, or festival happening. Visit the Community Calendar of Festivals & Events on page 41 to plan ahead.

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Feed your body, mind and soul simply by putting one foot in front of the other and exploring one of Cape Ann’s many scenic trails. If you’re in Rockport, pack your knapsack and head to Halibut Point State Park. Essex features the Millstone Hill Conservation Area, Cox Reservation and Cogswell’s Grant; in Manchesterby-the-Sea, the Agassiz Rock trail and Coolidge Reservation. Local favorites in Gloucester are Ravenswood Park and Dogtown Common (where Gloucester was originally settled). These trails all offer beautiful vistas, trails for all abilities and ample opportunities to get away

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A rainy day on Cape Ann is never a reason to despair. With a plethora of museums, galleries and shops to choose from, you’ll easily fill your day. Local favorites include Hammond Castle; Beauport, the SleeperMcCann House; Manchester Historical Museum; and the Essex Shipbuilding Museum. If you’re looking for something a bit more relaxed, take the family to Cape Ann Lanes for bowling or visit Cape Ann Art Haven to tap into your creative side. Great memories will be made no matter what activity you choose.

Whether solo or with a friend, spend a day recharging your body and mind. Pack a picnic from Common Crow Natural Marketplace or Seaview Farm, bring your yoga mat, favorite book or journal and exhale in one of Cape Ann’s many serene locations. You may be drawn to the idyllic Dog Bar Breakwater at Eastern Point Lighthouse in Gloucester, Masconomo Park in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Back Beach in Rockport or the Stavros Reservation in Essex. If you’d rather meditate indoors, find your zen at Treetop Yoga, Saltwater Massage Studio or Soft Touch Salon. Treat yourself to a day of revitalization on Cape Ann.

The region has incomparable vistas, many of which can be enjoyed by driving the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway. There are 40 miles worth of scenic views on Cape Ann; choose your journey by following Route 133 through Essex or heading north on Route 127 through Manchester-by-the-Sea and around the island through Gloucester and Rockport. Along these routes, you’ll enjoy the scent of salt marshes, Cape Ann’s iconic lighthouses and beautiful beaches. Keep your camera close and be

TAKE A TOUR THROUGH CAPE ANN HISTORY

Echoes of the past are hidden around every corner of Cape Ann, and visitors can explore the region’s hundreds of historic homes, grand monuments and businesses—all with centuries of tales to tell. If you’re in Gloucester, take a stroll on the self-guided HarborWalk to see many historical sites and then continue to Stacy Boulevard for a moment with the Gloucester Fisherman. A stone’s throw from Stacy Boulevard is Cape Pond Ice, established in 1848, and still providing tons of ice to the fishing fleet daily. In Rockport, tour historic downtown along Main Street and pass by some of the first homes built by English settlers in the 18th century. For a taste of colonial New England, visit Essex’s Cogswell’s Grant to discover a restored 1728 farmhouse containing a collection of American folk art or explore the Manchester Village Historic District’s early American cemeteries and examples of 17th century vernacular architecture. Learn more about the region’s history by visiting essexheritage.org/attractions.

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Live music, dart competitions, art exhibits and lyceum lectures help fill your calendar this month. Add in book and poetry readings, chocolates, flowers and romantic dinners for a surprise Valentine’s weekend away. Join friends for more winter birding treks, a brew pub crawl or a tour of Ryan & Wood Distillery, which is a special treat any time of year.

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ANY OF YOU ALREADY KNOW HOW GREAT IT IS TO BE ON CAPE ANN during the summer months of June, July and August. There are many joys to be found September through May as well.

SEPTEMBER September brings back annual events: the iconic Schooner Festival, Gloucester Block Party, Trails & Sails and the Essex Police Department’s vintage car show, to name a few. It’s a beautiful time of year to enjoy outdoor living on Cape Ann, including swimming (remember, the ocean water has been warming all summer long).

OCTOBER Autumn is gorgeous on Cape Ann and ideal for woodland hikes and seaside walks on Cape Ann’s numerous trails and pathways, or for a drive along the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway. Book a long weekend to enjoy the spectacular fall colors, Cape Ann Plein Air, Rockport Harvestfest, Essex ClamFest and Halloween happenings.

NOVEMBER Honor all veterans at Veterans Day observances across Cape Ann. Inhale the late autumn sea air along the waterfront and in parks, and indulge in Thanksgiving feasts at many excellent year-round restaurants.

Cape Ann’s extraordinary winter birding season is also just beginning.

DECEMBER Cape Ann’s communities abound with holiday festivals, including Gloucester’s Middle Street Walk and Lobster Trap Tree, Rockport’s annual Nativity Pageant (75 years and counting) and New Year’s Eve, Manchester’s Christmas by the Sea, Cape Ann Winter Lights and decorated storefronts everywhere. Enjoy the spirit of the holidays with snow-dusted downtowns and charming villages reminiscent of your favorite Christmas movies.

JANUARY The Cape Ann Museum is free for locals this month and is always a great value for everyone. Enjoy the outdoors cross-country skiing on woodland trails, taking winter beach walks or ice-skating on Brace’s Pond. Warm yourself indoors with bowling, fireside chats, friendly pubs and post-holiday shopping. Favorite restaurants including Woodman’s are always open.

Birding continues at sea or along the shore. With March’s lengthening days and warming earth, spring flowers are appearing in community gardens and along rustic walls. Try a beach walk with bare feet— invigorating! It’s not that cold! Farnham’s in Essex has reopened—can the ice cream shops be far behind? Plan your getaway at a cozy Cape Ann inn for a spring fling weekend. Shop and dine—and even take in a show—all with an ocean view.

APRIL Listen for the peepers in woodland ponds and pools, watch a ballgame at Evans Field or Stage Fort Park, head back to the beach for springtime sunbathing and take a quick dip. It’s good for the soul! Welcome the boats back to Cape Ann’s waters. Head out to sea to fish or to watch for whales; or enjoy a row or a sail on Cape Ann’s bays. Daffodils are in full bloom now and the tulips along Gloucester’s Stacy Boulevard will soon return. Seasonal shops and restaurants are reopening and the songbirds at idyllic Halibut Point State Park share a free open-air concert.

MAY Celebrate Motif No. 1 and Cape Ann’s art and cultural heritage all month long. Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend by booking a stay at a local accommodation. Breathe in the sweet smells of flowering trees and shrubs and gardens in full bloom. See the plein air artists at their easels as you stroll through Greenbelt’s Cox Reservation in Essex, and gaze out over the salt marshes that have shed their winter grays and donned their pastel greens and blues. Summer is in the air. Breathe it all in.

Above (clockwise from upper left): Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester; Essex in the fall; Motif No. 1 in Rockport; Manchester Harbor in spring.

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CAPE ANN PLEIN AIR:

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020 WAS QUITE A YEAR, WASN’T IT? THE CHALLENGES BROUGHT ON BY THE COVID-19 pandemic meant that the Cape Ann Plein Air (CAPA) team needed to change direction in their planning. In 2020, CAPA held a small virtual week, with online sales and “Zoom Conversations with the Artists,” a unique opportunity to hear directly from our artists as they visited remotely from their kitchens, studios and living rooms. The online event also featured demos, lectures, gallery tours and the opportunity to purchase paintings from the featured artists. The website was brimming and social media played an important role in bringing the artists to our audience.

“2020 brought a whole set of issues and with them we created new opportunities for the artists and arts patrons,” said Cape Ann Plein Air Executive Director Susan Gould-Coviello. “By having our online event during the traditional week of CAPA in October 2020, we stayed in the minds of art enthusiasts, and waiting to hold our live event in

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October 2021 ensures we will be able to hold events safely.” Our 2020–2021 slate of artists is as follows: Ken DeWaard, Charles Newman, Neal Hughes, John Caggiano, Debra Joy Groesser, Christopher Leeper, Tim Kelly, Charlie Hunter, Richard Sneary, Robin Roberts, Russell Jewell, Susan Lynn, Ann Larsen, George Van Hook, Garin Baker, Doug Clarke, Leonard Mizerek, Jill Basham, R. Gregory Summers, Maria Marino, Paul George, Mat Barber Kennedy, David Drinon, David Bareford, Jim Laurino, Tara Will, Daniel DeLouise, Jonathan McPhillips, Michael Compton, Jay Brooks, Mitch Baird, Antwan Ramar, Beth Brownlee Bathe, Alison Menke and DK Palecek. Community partners include The Cape Ann Chamber, Art Haven, Maritime Gloucester, Essex Shipbuilding Museum and Cape Ann Museum. All 35 2020–2021 artists will be on Cape Ann for a full, live and in-person

event from October 3–11, 2021. It will be a complete plein air event with a week of painting, demos, dinners and celebrations, culminating with a Gala sale and Quick Draw. Like years past, this is an opportunity to meet the artists, enjoy a meal with them, watch them create their art and buy their completed works. The whole art community is invited to participate in the Quick Draw. “CAPA is a remarkable experience for everyone—artists, art lovers, the Cape Ann cultural community, local residents and visitors to the region,” said Mike Storella, CAPA Board President. “It is especially encouraging to see the participation of local businesses and others throughout the community,” added Ken Riehl, CEO of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce and a CAPA Board member. With our unique approach to CAPA 2020–2021, one will experience the next exciting milestone on this journey, as the Cape Ann community comes together to welcome these artists and visitors to the region, to preserve and promote our arts legacy and to support our vibrant creative economy.

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THE WORLD CLASS CULTURE OF GREATER CAPE ANN:

REASONS TO VISIT AND RELOCATE BY CHRIS MUNKHOLM courtesy of Rockport Art Association & Museum

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HEN CHOOSING A DESTINATION TO VISIT, THE ARTS OFTEN PLAY A major role in one’s decision-making. What’s the music scene like? Are there museums and galleries? Theater and dance? Is art made here? The arts add depth and character to a destination and rain or shine, summer or winter, they never disappoint. If you’re considering relocating, it’s even more important that the arts and arts education are thriving. Welcome to Cape Ann! Where you’ll enjoy the arts year-round—from classical concerts to comedy—against the dramatic backdrop of the Atlantic. A few highlights follow. Since the 19th century, artists in search of inspiration have trekked to the Cape Ann peninsula where the changing scenery contains every combination of seasons, tides, sunrises, moonlight, foliage, and countless seafaring vessels. Over the decades, Cape Ann grew into one of the world’s most renowned artistic destinations, producing many revered painters—including Fitz Henry Lane, Winslow Homer, Jane Peterson and Marsden Hartley—who translated the scenery into legendary works of art. A legion of artists followed these first painters, collectively becoming known as the Cape Ann School of Painting, their artwork capturing the region’s evocative

beauty. Many artists of the Cape Ann School have become highly valued by collectors and museums the world over. Today, the local art community thrives through new genres, including the Cape Ann Plein Air painters, the Experimental Group of modernists, graphic designers using digital methods, photographers populating Instagram, video artists, and, of course, aspiring painters. The inspiration of Cape Ann never diminishes. The trek to the peninsula never ceases. The profusion of artistic activity fostered museums, associations, galleries and art schools, all central to Cape Ann growing into one of the world’s premier cultural

destinations. If museum-hopping is on your destination or relocation criteria, here are a few suggestions. Founded in 1921, the Rockport Art Association & Museum (RAA&M) now serves as the chief steward of the Cape Ann School of Painting. Located in the heart of Rockport’s commercial area, RAA&M is comprised of several galleries offering continuous exhibitions. The major annual RAA&M auction of heritage artwork attracts global collectors for the works of Jane Peterson, Emile Gruppe, Aldro Hibbard, Charles Movalli and many other renowned painters of Cape Ann. The Cape Ann Museum, founded in 1873 as the Cape Ann Scientific Literary Association, has become the elegant steward of the region’s art, culture and history, with a dedicated Fitz Henry Lane Gallery at the main site. Fitz Henry Lane (1804– 1865) was born in Gloucester and lived on the harbor’s waterfront. During his life he became America’s premier painter of marine subjects, developing a style that combined precise detail with expansive lumines-

Above: Rockport Art Association & Museum.

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One of the best ways to learn about your new community if you’ve just relocated is to connect with the art scene. On Cape Ann, you’ll love wandering in and out of the numerous galleries and studios and getting to know the artists. You’ll enjoy finding these independent art galleries scattered across Cape Ann; far more than could be listed here. In Gloucester you’ll want to pop in to see Jane Deering, who once ran the London-based Art Remarks, and who opened the Jane Deering Gallery in 2002. The Gloucester gallery represents emerging and established artists from the U.S. and abroad, with a strong interest in artists living and working on Cape Ann. In Rockport, you’ll find Tom Nicholas Gallery, Ken Knowles Fine Art, iartcolony, Scott Tubby Fine Art, Canterbury Hill Studio and Gallery, and the Art of David Arsenault. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

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cent skies. The museum expands in 2021 with the opening of Cape Ann Museum Green, a nearly four-acre campus including a contemporary gallery, historic buildings and an expansive green lawn destined for development into a sculpture park. Salem’s Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) was founded in 1799 by Salem sea captains as a repository for their collectibles acquired during those first maritime voyages to the world’s distant ports. PEM, now the “nation’s oldest continuously operating museum,” has evolved into the North Shore’s portal to world class American and international art. In addition to the museums, two revered arts associations continue to serve the cultural life of Cape Ann. The North Shore Arts Association, founded in 1922, fills its spacious harborside galleries with rotating exhibitions and community events. The Rocky Neck Art Colony has been a working art colony for more than 150 years, when painters had homes and studios in the Rocky Neck district of Gloucester. Today the organization extends an exciting program of exhibitions, galleries, and classes to both its members and the public. Its eclectic vibe will draw you back often—not to mention the great restaurants.

A dance performance at the Windhover Center for the Performing Arts in Rockport.

Once Cape Ann became known as a creative outpost, more artists followed, including musicians, actors, playwrights and dancers, with their own needs for theaters, concert halls and performance stages. In 1967, Herbert and Ina Hahn, a former professional dancer in New York, moved to Rockport where they converted a farm into a summer youth camp for the performing arts. Today, the enclave has evolved into a complex known as Windhover Center for the Performing Arts with an outdoor performance pavilion nestled into the natural land formation. Another exceptional Cape Ann venue is Rockport Music’s Shalin Liu Performance Center, an intimate concert hall with pitch-perfect acoustics whose stage overlooks Rockport’s Sandy Bay. During its popular performance season, the best of classical, jazz, and folk are presented along with HD broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera and London’s National Theatre. Musical offerings on Cape Ann also include regional symphonies and choral groups of the highest quality, including the Cape Ann Symphony, Symphony by the Sea and Chorus North Shore. And generally speaking, you’ll find live music played somewhere on Cape Ann every night of the week.

For live theater devotees, Gloucester Stage Company, an award-winning local treasure, offers a seasonal schedule of exciting productions. Off season, the calendar is booked with original work, often highlighting local authors and actors. Another cherished community theater ensemble is Annisquam Village Players, operating since 1917, and known for its irreverent summer production. For history buffs, the wonderful historical societies of Cape Ann are to be taken seriously. With lectures by dedicated local scholars, they keep the teachings and memories of Cape Ann’s ancestors alive. Local history destinations include the Manchester Historical Museum, the Ipswich Historical Society, Historic Beverly and the Wenham Museum If you find the written word enthralling as much as the spoken, two local organizations nurture the literary life of Cape Ann: Gloucester Writers Center and Literary Cape Ann, both offering scholarly events as well as practical workshops on the craft of writing and publishing. Literary mavens will indulge in Cape Ann’s charming independent bookstores, including Dogtown Books in Gloucester, Manchester by the Book in Manchester-by-the-Sea and Art Longwood Books in Rockport, for the CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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The original owner, sculptor Paul Manship, created the Prometheus Fountain at New York City’s Rockefeller Center, and once used the site as his summer home and studio. The property is now dedicated as an international, interdisciplinary artists residency.

Fitz Henry Lane, Babson and Ellery Houses, Gloucester, 1863, from the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester.

bibliophile in search of rare publications on the visual arts. Many don’t realize this but Nobelprize winning author T.S. Eliot spent his youth at the family summer home in East Gloucester. His imprinted memories of Cape Ann became stanzas in his opus, The Four Quartets. In 2015, the T.S. Eliot Foundation purchased the Eliot family’s spacious summer home, which is now the T.S. Eliot House, refurbished to serve as a writer’s retreat, open to poets, playwrights, essayists and editors. Central to the cultural venues of Cape Ann are several particularly stunning destinations. Each combines a unique historical genesis with exquisite period architecture—elegant reminders of Cape Ann’s more formal era. The Beauport Sleeper-McCann House, constructed 1907–1934 and perched on a rocky ledge overlooking Gloucester Harbor, was built by Henry Davis Sleeper, one of the first successful interior decorators. The house grew to 56 rooms, becoming his design laboratory and a popular feature in magazines. Today, the Beauport Sleeper-McCann house is open for tours and remains largely intact as a living showcase for Sleeper’s interior design concepts. So fascinating!

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Another magnificent Gloucester destination is the former home of inventor and music lover John Hayes Hammond, Jr. The Hammond Castle, completed in 1929, represented his dream house, complete with medieval elements and a large pipe organ in the Great Hall. The Castle’s programming includes concerts, lectures, general tours and special Halloween happenings. It is a castle after all! And in warmer temps, it’s an excellent spot to picnic. In Ipswich, The Crane Estate, established in 1910 and sitting right on the ocean, includes The Great House, designed by world-renowned architect David Adler as a 59-room Stuart-style mansion. Today it’s a grand and glorious destination hosting a range of cultural events both public and private. In downtown Beverly, The Cabot Performing Art Center celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2020. The 800seat theater was once the local movie house for Hollywood’s new releases. With its interior architecture now undergoing full restoration, the Cabot is soon to become one of the region’s most elegant entertainment venues. And lastly for this short list, Manship Artists Residency + Studios is another historic site restored from a bygone era.

While many visitors and new residents are aware of Cape Ann’s cultural heritage and thriving arts scene, they may not realize the region’s cutting edge scientific contributions. Gloucester has worked the oceans for centuries, for example, and the need for improved management of marine resources has stimulated scientific research. A burgeoning science community now includes several world class research institutions. Founded in 1971 by cetologist Roger Payne, Ocean Alliance conducts whale conservation research on projects the world over. Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute, founded in 2013, is the world’s first dedicated marine genomics research institute, now operating from a state-of-the-art research facility on Gloucester’s inner harbor. Maritime Gloucester, on the waterfront in downtown Gloucester, is a mixed-usage educational complex including a museum and aquarium, with a new educational science center planned for 2021. Gloucester Marine Station, part of University of Massachusetts, is an educational and research site founded to study sustainable fisheries and to pursue “blue economy” opportunities. Perhaps this short tour of the region has helped you make your decision! Everything you need to take the next step in making vacation or relocation plans can be found in these pages. And rest assured, cultural life will forever thrive on this peninsula that juts out to meet the sea, the sunrise, and all who travel here to imbibe, and perhaps choose to reside in, the extraordinary beauty of Cape Ann.

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HERE IS NO QUESTION THAT CAPE ANN IS FAMOUS FOR ITS DRAMATIC LANDSCAPES, ITS PRISTINE BEACHES and, according to local artists, a quality of light to rival Venice. Yet, its people tell a story to rival the scenery. Historically drawn by the sea and Cape Ann’s safe harbors, today an extraordinary mix of people call Cape Ann home. Here are five conversations with local notables that offer some insight into the people who carved a distinct way of life from the Cape’s granite shores.


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ill Whitney Armstrong is on a mission: to make it known to every visitor who walks into iartcolony, the Rockport-based gallery and arts consultancy she runs with her husband Bob, that Cape Ann is far more than meets the eye— and the work being created on the island, whether in a studio, residency program or an easel precariously perched on Gloucester’s Bass Rocks or Rockport’s Headlands, is contemporary and infused with the spirit of a place both Armstrongs define as “magical.” “We’ve had a lifelong love affair with Cape Ann and have lived here, side by side, on this island for more than 50 years. It’s a true Cape Ann love story.” Jill Armstrong escaped from the corporate world in 1998, unharmed and enlightened with the knowledge that hers Left: Jill Whitney Armstrong. Right: Maiden Voyage.

“We’ve…lived here, side by side, on this island for more than 50 years. It’s a true Cape Ann love story” was a more creative path. “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity,” a Horace Mann quote that new husband Bob shared with her at the time, “changed the course of my life,” she explains. She and Bob have embarked on a journey to fulfill that directive together. That same year, Bob brought home oil paints and, as if the muses she would later depict on canvas were present, Jill began to paint. And within her work one finds both the meaning and the urgency that Mann was inferring. Her paintings tell stories, multiple stories at once, many of the sea and its ghosts; of Cape Ann’s secret, of rocky coves; of the lives spent on fishing vessels and the storms they met; of strong–minded women and their powers. “I see imagery within the negative spaces,” Jill explains, “always mythical and archetypal, perhaps stored in my subconscious, feminine figures, birds and horses—the natural swishing of the oils creates a detailed realism. Suddenly a story unfolds and an allegory begins—everything is interconnected and interwoven.” Armstrong captures Cape Ann in a halo of intrigue and invites the viewer to peer CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

closely, and look for those other stories occurring beneath the cresting wave, or the osprey’s tangled nest or between the dock’s pylons. Each swirl of color is a cavern or pocket perhaps containing another story, “or someone who just showed up” or a set of eyes amidst the edges of rocks and waves. Her work exudes warmth if not heat, fiery reds and deep azures. She is unafraid of color and follows the lead of her subjects, unaware of the outcome until she’s there. While many are drawn to Cape Ann for its quiet appeal and waterfront charm, the Armstrongs have always seen something more. They see the elusive snowy owl in the wintertime, the ferocity of a sea storm, the legacies of those who have gone down to the sea in their ships and the humble majesty of Rockport’s Motif No. 1, the unsuspecting fishing shanty that has become an icon of Cape Ann, one that Jill has transformed in a way that bridges Cape Ann then and now, in the 21st century. Where Cape Ann contributes to a larger conversation on contemporary art-making, and its social, societal and philanthropic responsibilities. “It’s critical that historic traditional styles be preserved

while making way for others to offer their interpretation, in their own words, with their unique perspective.” Self-proclaimed Cape Ann ambassadors, it would be impossible to find two people more engaged with and devoted to their community. For years the Armstrongs have wintered in Florida with family, traveling to art fairs, talking up Cape Ann’s art scene while promoting Jill’s paintings. The other three seasons of the year you’ll find them at iartcolony, highlighting emerging and established artists (“We love introducing artists to Cape Ann and touring them around, sharing the hidden gems”), launching an artist residency program and staging their popular and provocatively themed exhibition launch parties with titles like the shaman show, propaganda and commune. Their gallery is a rolling think tank of artists and curators, philosophers and visionaries. You could find yourself on any given day joining a conversation on politics, spirituality, British alt-rock bands of the ’80s and, of course, the ever-increasing importance of art, both on and off the island. All are welcome. This space they cultivate, as you’ll find on their website, is the epitome of “Cape Ann Cool.” CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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estled beside the scenic Essex River lies an eatery with a lot of heart. Shea’s Riverside Restaurant & Bar, owned and operated by husband-and-wife duo Dave and Mary Brown, has undergone one metamorphosis after another. Yet at the center of it all is an unwavering dedication to community, hospitality and the vitalization of Essex. A seasoned restaurateur, Dave Brown previously owned 10 Center Street and Molly’s Pub in Newburyport, Mass. After taking a brief hiatus from the restaurant industry, Brown set his sights on Shea’s in 2007. Drawn by its popularity with both visitors and locals, Mary and Dave saw a unique opportunity to expand Shea’s reputation. In 2014, they ventured into hospitality by refurbishing an 18th-century

“It’s a great opportunity for [the staff]…to tell customers, ‘I planted this, I watered this and now you’re eating this.” building near the restaurant and turned it into a cozy, six-room inn. And the dream grew even bigger: They continued their expansion by revamping a quintessential 1950s motor motel with 15 rooms, complete with drive-up check-in service. And the growth has not stopped there—literally. Dave and Mary’s newest project is the Itsy Bitsy Farm: a quarter-acre garden featuring fresh vegetables picked exclusively for Shea’s. Though the garden may be small, its namesake is anything but: Itsy and Bitsy are the Browns’ two Great Danes. While Mary and Dave dreamt of serving freshly grown food at Shea’s since 2019, they have finally made it a reality, incorporating homegrown ingredients into their menu. A surplus of vegetables also led to a farm-to-table stand in front of the farm, offering delectable, canned goods at a Pay-What-YouCan rate. The Browns celebrate the Itsy Bitsy Farm as a team effort, with staff members volunteering to drive fence posts, make rows and plant organic seeds. Mary explains how the farm gives the staff a sense of pride, “It’s a great opportunity for them to be able to tell custom-

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ers, ‘I planted this, I watered this and now you’re eating this.’” Mary’s hands dip into many pots and, at times, even potting soil. She serves as an attorney and in-house counsel for the restaurant and motel, and is also the director of marketing and manager of Shea’s farm-to-table display. If that schedule were not daunting enough, the couple has a three-and-a-half-year-old daughter. It is a never-ending cycle that Mary lovingly calls, “the gardening, the ‘momming’ and the marketing.” When asked what professional role makes her happiest, Mary doesn’t hesitate: “Hands down, I’m happiest at the farm. I love growing stuff! You wouldn’t be able to tell, but I’ve got at least six different seed catalogues with me. I love flipping through them—they’re wonderful little books of possibility.” “Possibility” is a word the Browns are happy to use again, especially after many things were deemed impossible during 2020. With an influx of new visitors and guests upon reopening, Shea’s rose to the occasion. Gayle McKinley—general manager of the inn, motel and marina—was at the helm: “You had to be nimble. I liked

that because it stretched everyone to think differently about how we go to work every day, and how to make the guest’s experience a good one. My goal was to uphold Dave’s expectations and standards and give the guests what they deserve: a really nice time.” McKinley’s attention to detail and willingness to serve land rave reviews from guests—and brides (some of the toughest clients to please). McKinley is particularly proud of Shea’s outstanding reputation for hospitality and can share many wonderful stories from guests over the years. As Shea’s reopens its doors in spring ’21, Dave Brown wants visitors to know that while the world has changed, their dedication to exceptional service has not. Guests can expect “everything they’ve always gotten—excellent service and the beautiful views.” Most of all, Dave is looking forward to experimenting with new flavors and menu items alongside his new head chef. Whether you’re looking for a memorable dinner, a weekend getaway or planning your “big day,” this dynamic trio will take care of everything. Shea’s is a shining example of what is possible when passion, creativity, and resiliency lead the way. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


CAPE ANN PROFILES: MARI MARTIN

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hat soothes the soul like a beautiful song? It can transport you to a better place and, when you’re on vacation, it can be that magic spell, especially performed live, that sends you straight into relaxation mode, where you truly exhale. Not everyone, nor every destination, can deliver that moment. Mari Martin will deliver that moment wherever she’s singing that night. A fifth generation “Rockporter,” Martin found her voice in college yet started singing at age eight, influenced by a family friend, a jazz music fanatic, who insisted Martin’s father buy her a piano—which he did. She began by writing simple songs “and taking credit for Eric Clapton’s ‘Layla,’” she laughs, one

“There’s a huge amount of talent in this small area. To be able to sing here is a gift. ” of her favorites as a child. Choir singing led to high school plays yet not to a lot of confidence. Stage fright and selfesteem were later conquered at UMass Amherst where she and guitarist Chris Moran started playing the UMass coffee house circuit. It was an open mic night at Northampton’s iconic Iron Horse, their first off-campus gig, when they realized “We’re actually kinda good.” No surprise, Martin started singing jazz, and studying Afro-American vocal techniques. She met Max Roche, jazz drummer to Miles Davis and John Coltrane, in a class at UMass—another turning point. Her studies brought the confidence, her gigs brought the joy— and Martin’s 30-year career in music was launched. Drawn to adventure and yearning to see the country, Martin headed west. She left her heart in San Francisco and then settled in Santa Barbara for nearly 18 years, where she co-founded, with vocalist Michael Andrews, an eightpiece funk band called Area 51. She still sings with them when she visits. She also started Mari Martin and the Dirty LitCAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

tle Secrets (another band she steps back into when in California) and sang on and off with Grammy-winner Kenny Loggins for a few years. She credits Loggins with “making me a better singer. I learned so much from him. It was an amazing time.” Like a song’s refrain, the East Coast called her home in 2010 and Martin has been making music on Cape Ann ever since, singing in venues from grand concert halls to intimate, local clubs. Shalin Liu, Beauport Hotel, The Rhumb Line, Minglewood, Drift (“it’s like a little bit of San Francisco got dropped in the middle of Gloucester”), the list goes on. Cape Ann may be small as the crow flies yet you’ll find live music everywhere, every night. Her current band, the eclectic Mari Martin and the Lucky Boys “does it all,” Martin says. “We take songs and make them our own, adding a little twist. Our passion is to play wherever the music takes us that night. In this moment, it’s bossa!” The next night it could be jazz, blues, soul, pop or a little country. Her bandmates Mark Retallack (keys), drummer Roger Brockelbank, guitarist

Jake Pardee and sax player Mark Earley have earned her love and deep respect. In fact, Martin praises the talents of Cape Ann’s entire tight-knit music community—its musicians and its venues. “There’s a huge amount of talent in this small area,” she says. “To be able to sing here is a gift. You can be just as faithful to a place as you can a person. I feel that way about Cape Ann.” In the spirit of Cape Ann’s “music camaraderie” that Martin describes, she insists her limelight be shared with Brian King, Deb Hardy, Alexandra Grace, Nadia Robertson and Joe Wilkins, to name a few. If Martin’s not performing when you’re visiting and you see one of these performers on the bill— grab a seat. And between the soulful sounds, the starry night and your deep exhale, you’ll be transported away from whatever stress you left behind. A life in the arts demands strength and resilience, which Martin inherited from the sea captains in her lineage from Finland and the Azores. Cape Ann’s is a story of strength and resilience, with music and art at its core. “Art is in the bones,” she says, “the bedrock of this land.” CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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CAPE ANN PROFILES: MICHAEL De KOSTER

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t’s impossible to discuss Gloucester’s emergence as a historic Massachusetts settlement without mentioning its maritime heritage. The town flourished as a fishing and trading center from the 17th to the 19th century, and still touts fish-related industries as an economic mainstay. Gloucester has even inspired numerous books and poems, including Captains Courageous by Rudyard Kipling and Gloucestermen by James B. Connelly. Yet like the oceans themselves, of which 80 percent is still unexplored, there is more to learn about Gloucester’s history beneath the surface. Maritime Gloucester, a working waterfront and maritime museum led by executive director Michael De Koster, educates students and visitors about marine science, marine heritage and environmental stewMaritime Gloucester dock at sunrise.

“I want Maritime Gloucester to realize its full potential because it really is limitless.” ardship through unique, hands-on activities and experiences. Since 2000, the organization has developed a glowing reputation in Cape Ann and beyond for its dedication to the community and preserving Gloucester’s history. De Koster takes great pride in his work. He states, “I feel so fortunate to run this wonderful organization. Every day I think about how cool it is that we can tell the story of shoremen working the waterfront, the history of our fishing fleet and the iconic stories of the city.” For nearly 18 years, Maritime Gloucester has partnered with public schools across Cape Ann to provide authentic marine science and STEM experiences. Between school field trips, after-school programming and, most recently, virtual programming, “It seems like every third, fourth, and fifth grader over the last decade has visited us at least twice,” De Koster jokes. Four times a year, educators from Maritime Gloucester bring science programming directly to the classroom. To avoid what De Koster calls “cookie cutter experiences,” the organization works alongside the school and adapts to their curriculum, ensuring developmentally appropriate practices.

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Like many scientific and historical institutions, Maritime Gloucester was not spared setbacks due to COVID-19. However, as glimpses of life post-pandemic become clearer, De Koster has his eyes set to the future. This summer, Maritime Gloucester debuts its Maritime Science Education Center, a 1,350-square-foot multi-purpose classroom and exhibit space with indoor, year-round touch tanks. The Center provides further opportunities for Maritime Gloucester to connect with the community and provide relevant, experiential learning. The Center also acts as another sustainable revenue stream during months in which the institution would not typically generate programmatic income. In the exhibit and classroom space, Maritime Gloucester aims to offer more innovative educational experiences for elementary school students, as well as middle and high school-age students. At the touch tanks, visitors get up-close and personal with a variety of ocean life, such as small fish, starfish, moon snails, mummichogs, lobsters and more. When asked to comment on his favorite animal in the touch tanks, De Koster laughed, “I love them all like my children!”

The project has been met with overwhelming support and excitement from Gloucester and the entire Cape Ann community. “Gloucester is a place like no other,” De Koster explains, “I felt right away that there was a real sense of civic pride, and a sense that we’re all in this together. It is a small ‘big’ town, you know? I love it.” De Koster is optimistic about what the unveiling of the Maritime Science Education Center could mean for the organization and credits his team of educators and marine life specialists for the ongoing success of Maritime Gloucester. More importantly, De Koster hopes that those looking to visit in the future will see it for the multifaceted community resource that it is: “I want Maritime Gloucester to realize its full potential because it really is limitless. It’s not just a maritime heritage site. It’s not just an organization that celebrates the community…that hosts educational programs. It’s not just an organization that hosts the Gloucester Schooner Festival every year. Maritime Gloucester is all of that, but it is so much more. It is a beloved part of our community and I love talking with people about what we do, because I can see how much they enjoy it as well.” CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


CAPE ANN PROFILES: CAPE ANN MAKERS

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ne of the most awesome, meaning “extremely impressive” or “inspiring great admiration,” aspects of Cape Ann is how much is made here. All slang aside, Cape Ann is exploding with talent and if you’re looking for fun (and a side order of education) seek out the makers, a few of whom are highlighted below, and redefine your definition of “awe.” The Bubble Factory—you might think candy making? No, that’s coming up later. It’s actually a fun name for a glass-blowing studio and event space—and it’s hard to imagine a more skill-driven and fascinating artistry. This talented crew of heat-seeking, precision-loving artisans, led by James and Libby McLeod, offers custom fabrication, lighting, architectural installation, and classes—how cool to watch this art form demystified. You’ll Jewelry makers Beth Williams (left) and Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco (right).

“One can find new sources of materials and inspiration in every part of our local environment.” find the Bubble Factory in Essex and its handblown glass items using the finest lead-free crystal at CLEOD Glassworks in Rockport. Cape Ann Designs’ Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco works with sea glass, designing jewelry and hair accessories. Jars of sea glass surround her workspace containing every color and hue. What happens when a jar runs empty? Where is sea glass found? Find out at this Gloucester studio. The connection between sea glass, the artist and the final design represents an intimate and unique relationship, culminating in a beautiful piece of wearable art. On Cape Ann “one can find new sources of materials and inspiration in every part of our environment – from dreamy summer days to dramatic winter storms, artistic nourishment is at our doorstep,” shares Ganim-DeFalco. Check out her array of brooches—this versatile pin is making a comeback on lapels, bags and as the perfect sweater clip. Rusty & Ingrid Kinnunen celebrate Cape Ann and New England through their signature vintage-style screen prints and have created a hip and highly-collectible brand showcasing the cultural landmarks of the region through clean lines and bold color. They draw all their designs with ink, make their screens in-studio, mix all of their own colors, CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

and hand print each color separately—and all their frames are custom built and hand distressed by Calvin Kinnunen, Rusty’s father. Founded on Cape Ann in 2012, you’ll find Rusty & Ingrid stores in Salem and Rockport. It’s amazing how pottery can brighten a room, instill a desire to collect, and, most importantly, remind you of your trip. Even more fun than collecting is throwing the pot or plate yourself. Cynthia Curtis has been making pottery, specializing in “ocean-inspired creations,” from her Rockport studio for 27 years and is an excellent resource for both desires. Ask about classes and/or taking home that special piece that will forever remind you of Cape Ann. Cynthia Curtis Pottery Studio is located in the Pigeon Cove enclave of Rockport; her work is also found in shops throughout Cape Ann. It’s a great feeling when someone—friend or passerby—takes a second to say, “Wow, I love your earrings!” The studio of designer Beth Williams inspires that sense of “wow.” Williams has been handcrafting contemporary art-glass beads and jewelry on Cape Ann for more than 35 years, first in metals and then integrating handmade glass. “The foundation of the arts and cultural commu-

nity and the support of my long-time clients and friends runs deep, the physical environment is breathtakingly inspirational...it seems that everything about living here pushes the creative boundaries.” Customized or ‘off the shelf,’ Williams captures your mood or vision with remarkable skill. Another example of the exceptional wearable art found on Cape Ann, Beth Williams’ dazzling studio is located in downtown Gloucester. Candy maker. A dream job! You’re working with sugars and cocoas, powders and fillings, and, yes, recipes and science. And the taste-testing! The Tuck family in Rockport has been making happiness since 1929. They’re famous for salt water taffy, fudge, hand-dipped chocolates, and handmade candy canes. And if you catch it right or call ahead to inquire, you can watch the taffy-making process in action at their Rockport location near Bearskin Neck. Gobs of lightly colored taffy swirling, blending and cooling into small balls of lusciousness. If purchasing Tuck’s Candy as a gift, have it wrapped well to avoid your own sampling. Whether these noted artisans or others you discover on your Cape Ann journey, prepare to be saying “awesome” all day long. CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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TATELY AND STOIC, SIX ICONIC LIGHTHOUSES STAND GUARD ALONG the Cape Ann coastline protecting seafarers from rocky shores and shoals. They offer historians and romantics alike a glimpse into Cape Ann’s maritime lore and legacy. Lighthouses are a comfort to mariners to this day, and despite the use of GPS and electronic aids for navigation they still symbolize home and safety.

GLOUCESTER Annisquam Harbor Lighthouse White light flashing every 7.5 seconds with red sector. Annisquam Harbor Lighthouse (Annisquam Light) was erected in 1801 to mark the entrance to the Annisquam River at Wigwam Point, a popular Native American summer encampment. The river connected Ipswich Bay to Gloucester Harbor following the construction of the Blynman Canal. Annisquam Light’s wooden frame was replaced with the existing 41-foot brick

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tower, with a focal plane of 45 feet, in 1897. The lighthouse is maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard and is no longer accessible from the nearby village of Annisquam in Gloucester. Best viewing opportunities are by water or from Wingaersheek Beach.

Eastern Point Lighthouse White light flashing every 5 seconds. Eastern Point Lighthouse was erected on Gloucester’s Eastern Point to mark the harbor entrance in 1832. The current brick tower was built in 1890 and is

36 feet tall, with a focal plane of 56 feet. One of the station’s more famous occupants was Winslow Homer. The noted artist spent a year living at the light in 1880. Although not open to visitors, the lighthouse presents a wonderful view, especially from the vantage point of the adjacent Dog Bar Breakwater. Visitors are welcome to walk along or fish from the flat granite blocks atop this massive quarter-mile long structure, which has protected Gloucester Harbor from storms since 1904. The Massachusetts Audubon Society maintains a small parking area near the lighthouse and breakwater as part of its Eastern Point Wildlife Sanctuary. Parking is free for members and $10 per car for nonmembers between Memorial Day and Columbus Day. For more information visit massaudubon.org. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


Ten Pound Island Lighthouse Equal interval red light every 6 seconds. Located on Ten Pound Island in Gloucester Harbor, the light was constructed in 1821 to mark the island and act as a guide for navigating Gloucester’s inner harbor. Rebuilt in 1881 from cast iron with brick lining, the tower is 30 feet tall with a focal point of 56 feet. Visible from many locations along Gloucester’s waterfront, tiny Ten Pound Island proudly housed America’s first Coast Guard station. The light was restored and relighted through the efforts of the Lighthouse Preservation Society. For more information visit lighthousepreservation.org.

stout 124-foot granite towers (with a focal point of 166 feet above sea level) seen today replaced the original lights in 1861. The two towers, North and South, were constructed and placed so that when a ship puts sights on both towers, they point to true north,

allowing sailors to check and adjust their compasses. The Thacher Island Association provides launch service from T-Wharf in Rockport Harbor to the island during the summer months, with advance reservations. For more information visit thacherisland.org.

ROCKPORT Straitsmouth Island Lighthouse Green light flashing every 6 seconds.

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Straitsmouth Island Lighthouse (Straitsmouth Light) was built in 1835 to mark the entrance to nearby Rockport Harbor. The present brick lighthouse was built in 1896 with a height of 37 feet and a focal plane of 46 feet above sea level. The relatively small lighthouse is maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard, yet is owned by the Town of Rockport including the 1.8 acres upon which it sits. The rest of the 31-acre island is owned by the Massachusetts Audubon Society as a bird sanctuary. For more information visit thacherisland.org.

Also known as Cape Ann Light Station, the Twin Lights are the only fully operational multiple lights on the coasts of the United States. The South Tower has a white light flashing five times at 20-second intervals. The North Tower has a red steady light which is maintained by the Thacher Island Association as a “courtesy” memorial light to mariners who have passed away. The original 45-foot towers were constructed and lit in 1771 making them among the oldest of America’s lighthouses. The CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

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Thacher Island Twin Lighthouses (Twin Lights) A National Historic Landmark

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Wingaersheek Beach in Gloucester.

GLOUCESTER Good Harbor Beach With shining white sand stretching out into the Atlantic and picturesque views of Thacher Island’s twin lights, Good Harbor Beach is one of the most popular on Cape Ann. At low tide, take a leisurely stroll out to Salt Island while at any tide one can enjoy great swimming and body surfing. Lifeguards are on duty daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. • Restrooms and showers are open 9 a.m.–6 p.m. daily. • Parking is available during the week at a rate of $30 per vehicle 8 a.m.– 3 p.m., $20 3–5 p.m.; and on the weekends and holidays at $35 per vehicle 8 a.m.–3 p.m., $25 3–5 p.m. Non-resident parking is limited so arrive early in order to get a parking space, especially during the summer months. Gates open at 8 a.m. and are

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locked at 9 p.m. The beach is handicapped accessible.

u Route 127A (Thatcher Road) Wingaersheek Beach Hugging the shore of the Annisquam River and extending out toward Ipswich Bay, Wingaersheek Beach is a long expanse of sand, dunes and tidal flats with a warm and cozy charm. Adults and kids alike enjoy exploring the numerous tidal pools and climbing the large rocks that adorn the beach. A long sandbar is exposed at low tide and makes for a perfect beach stroll. Lifeguards are on duty daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. • Restrooms and showers are open 9 a.m.–6 p.m. daily. • Parking is available during the week at a rate of $30 per vehicle 8 a.m.– 3 p.m., $20 3–5 p.m.; and on the weekends and holidays at $35 per

vehicle 8 a.m.–3 p.m., $25 3–5 p.m. Non-resident parking is limited so arrive early in order to get a parking space, especially during the summer months. Gates open at 8 a.m. and are locked at 9 p.m. The beach is handicapped accessible.

u Route 133 to Concord Street (Exit 54) to Atlantic Street Cressy’s Beach at Stage Fort Park Located on the lower side of historic Stage Fort Park, Cressy’s Beach is a rocky beach with breathtaking views of Gloucester Harbor. Families and couples spend countless hours during the summer enjoying cookouts, picnics and playing Frisbee on the park’s wide open lawns. • Dogs are allowed in the park yet are prohibited on the beach. • Restrooms are located within the park as well as at a privately owned restaurant located adjacent to the park. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


• Parking is available at Stage Fort Park at a rate of $15 per vehicle weekdays and $20 on the weekends and holidays. • There are no lifeguards.

u Route 127 (Western Avenue) to Hough Avenue Half Moon Beach at Stage Fort Park Half Moon Beach is a quiet, intimate, crescent-shaped beach located at historic Stage Fort Park. Surrounded by a rocky hill and ample shady spots, it offers more seclusion from the rest of the park. Lifeguards are on duty daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The beach is handicapped accessible. • Dogs are allowed in the park yet are prohibited on the beach. • Restrooms are located within the park. • Parking is available at Stage Fort Park at a rate of $15 per vehicle weekdays and $20 on the weekends and holidays.

u Route 127 (Western Avenue) to Hough Avenue Pavilion Beach Near Gloucester’s famous Fishermen’s Memorial Statue (The Man at the

Wheel), Pavilion Beach on Gloucester Harbor is a popular site for beachcombing and boat-watching. Conveniently located a short walk from Gloucester’s downtown, this beach is the perfect spot for a summer swim before (or after) a visit to nearby restaurants and stores. A mix of sand and popplestones, Pavilion Beach does not have lifeguards on duty. • Limited public parking is available along Stacy Boulevard. Free public parking is also available at the nearby Saint Peter’s parking lot, located at the intersection of Rogers and Commercial streets.

u Western Avenue (Route 127) at the eastern end of Stacy Boulevard

BEACH RULES All Gloucester beaches have a Carry In/Carry Out policy for trash, so all visitors should bring a trash bag. Alcohol is prohibited. Concession stands are open at Good Harbor and Wingaersheek beaches during the summer so patrons may purchase food, drinks, toys and other items as needed. All information was accurate at time of printing. Please check with the local municipality or the Chamber for updates prior to making beach plans.

Niles Beach Niles Beach is located on Eastern Point Road in East Gloucester. Primarily enjoyed by residents (a resident sticker is required for beachside parking), Niles is a quiet family beach with breathtaking vistas over Gloucester Harbor to the Boston skyline on the horizon. • Lifeguards are on duty daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. from Father’s Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

• Portable restrooms are available seasonally.

u Eastern Point Road, East Gloucester Plum Cove Beach Located near Lanesville, Plum Cove is the perfect beach for families with small children. The cozy beach overlooks Ipswich Bay and offers a quiet day away from the crowds. Please note: a resident sticker is required to park at Plum Cove Beach. • Lifeguards are on duty daily 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. from Father’s Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

u Washington Street (Route 127) in the northern part of Gloucester, near Lanesville

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Sandy Bay acts as the beautiful backdrop for Front Beach, the perfect beach for all the swimmers and sunbathers in your group. When you’ve had enough sun, restaurants and shops are just steps away. There are also many inns and B&Bs nearby. • Paid on-street parking is available adjacent to Front Beach, and long-term parking is available in a privately operated lot across the street. In July and August, the CATA Park & Ride (Blue Gate Lane off CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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Route 127) provides free parking and a daily trolley shuttle ($1 per person) directly to downtown Rockport and Front Beach.

u Route 127A, Main Street to Beach Street, Downtown Rockport Back Beach Back Beach is home to one of the best scuba diving areas in the region. Dive in and discover the submerged world beneath the ocean. This sandy and rocky beach is perfect for divers, swimmers and walkers. On summer Sunday evenings, the Rockport Legion Band performs free outdoor concerts at the bandstand located just across the street. • Paid on-street parking is available along the entire extent of Back Beach.

u Route 127A, Beach Street in Downtown Rockport This small sand and popplestone beach with an adjacent municipal park offers a beautiful view over Sandy Bay and grassy areas for picnics with friends and family. Old Garden is another favorite location for divers. The small beach parking area is restricted to those with resident parking stickers. Please observe posted parking restrictions. Limited onstreet parking is available nearby.

u Old Garden Road, Rockport Pebble Beach Water-smoothed popplestones and pebbles blanket this picturesque crescent beach. Search among the rocks for shells or bring your binoculars to capture views of Cape Ann’s sea-loving birds and the Boston skyline to the southwest. There is a rocky reef just offshore where divers enjoy the underwater life at 20- to 30-foot depths. • Limited parking is available on Penzance Road adjacent to the beach. Please observe posted parking restrictions.

u Penzance Road, Rockport Cape Hedge Beach This is a secluded stretch of rocky beach separated from Long Beach by a short,

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Singing Beach in Manchester-by-the-Sea.

seasonal foot bridge. Smooth sand is minimal at high tide. A quiet oasis, Cape Hedge Beach is located about 2½ miles from Rockport’s shops and restaurants. • Very limited non-resident parking is available along South Street. Please observe posted parking restrictions.

u South Street, Rockport Long Beach About a mile in length, Long Beach offers one of the best views of Thacher Island’s twin lighthouses. Investigate the tidal pools or take a casual stroll, soaking in the sun. The beach is lined with quaint New England beach houses. Enjoy the day at Long Beach and then head into town for a fresh lobster dinner. Parking is available in a private, seasonally operated lot, accessible from Rockport Road, off Route 127A

in Gloucester.

u Route 127A (Thatcher Road to Rockport Road)

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA Singing Beach The sands resonate with your footsteps as you stroll this immaculate beach. Bask in its clear blue waters amid stellar vistas. Enjoy a thirst-quenching Italian ice at the snack bar. • The parking area is for residents only (from mid-April through mid-October) so you may have to walk from the train station or the center of town to enjoy this beach. Just under a mile, everyone does it! • $5 seasonal walk-on fee. • Visit manchester.ma.us for added details

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CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS

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All festivals and events are subject to change due to restrictions and regulations. Please check websites for any updates. MAY 2021 The start of festival season 1–31 Save Motif No. 1 Day JUNE 2021 3 Cape Ann Farmers’ Market

3–13 5 & 6 26

(every Thu. through Oct. 14) Essex Art in the Barn (on the web)

Cape Ann Artisans Spring Studio Tour Rockport Farmers’ Market

JANUARY 2022 Begin the New Year with a peaceful weekend retreat and write your resolutions while enjoying Cape Ann’s natural beauty, warm pubs and winter recreation FEBRUARY 2022 Plan a romantic getaway at one of Cape Ann’s many wonderful inns and lodges. Winter is also a sea birding paradise!

MARCH 2022 An invigorating time for hiking, beach-walking, exploring shops, quiet dining and enjoying a spring fling getaway APRIL 2022 The buoys are back—boats are going in, spring is here, a beautiful time of year with the flowers in bloom

(every Sat. through Oct. 16)

JULY 2021 July–Sep. Rockport Chamber Music Festival 3 & 4 Independence Day Celebrations 10 Gloucester Garden Tour 11 Antonio F. Gentile Bandstand Summer Concert Series, Gloucester (every Sun. 7 p.m. through Aug. 29) 11 Concerts at the Bandstand, Rockport (every Sun. through Aug. 29) 17 Blackburn Challenge 17 Gloucester Block Party 31 Annisquam Sea Fair July 29– Aug. 1 Rockport Jazz Festival

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AUGUST 2021 5–7 Gloucester Sidewalk Bazaar 7 Festival by the Sea 12–14 Annisquam Village Players present Nothing to Hyde 13–15 Rockport Illuminations 14 Artisan Summer Mini-Tour 14 Gloucester Block Party 14 Gloucester Blues Festival 20–22 Rockport Chamber Celtic Festival 21 & 22 Gloucester Waterfront Festival SEPTEMBER 2021 2–6 Gloucester Schooner Festival 3 Gloucester Block Party 17–26 Trails & Sails Kite Day, Cogswell’s Grant, Essex 18 OCTOBER 2021 2 Essex River Race 3–11 Cape Ann Plein Air 9 Essex Vintage Fair, Cogswell’s Grant, Essex 9 & 10 Annisquam Arts & Crafts Show 9 & 10 Cape Ann Artisans Fall Studio Tour Rockport HarvestFest 16 23 Essex ClamFest DECEMBER 2021 1–31 Celebrate the Holidays on Cape Ann Annual Annisquam Christmas Fair 4 31 Rockport New Year’s Eve CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

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Downtown Block Party in Gloucester.

All festivals and events are subject to change due to restrictions and regulations. Please check websites for any updates.

MAY 2021 Save Motif No. 1 Day Celebrate Rockport’s history and culture all month long with Save Motif No. 1 Day. The month includes various collaboratives, initiatives, observations and celebrations.

u Downtown Rockport, rockportexchange.org

JUNE 3–OCTOBER 14, 2021 Cape Ann Farmers’ Market The Cape Ann Farmers Market is a thriving local food and educational community event. Eligible Cape Ann Farmers Market vendors accept HIP, SNAP/EBT, WIC and Senior Farmers Market Coupons.

u Harbor Loop, Gloucester, Thursdays 3–6:30 p.m., capeannfarmersmarket.org

JUNE 5 & 6, 2021 38th Annual Cape Ann Artisans Spring Tour Visit 14 juried artisan studios and meet 15 of Cape Ann’s most established

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makers during the 38th Bi-Annual Cape Ann Artisan Open Studios self-guided tour on Saturday and Sunday. Map your visit following the magenta symbols on the Cape Ann Chamber map, the Artisans downloadable map on their website and the large pink flags near each location in Gloucester and Rockport. Enjoy pottery, painting, sculpture, mixed media, mosaics, quilting, weaving, sea glass and fine jewelry art. Visit individual artist websites for year-round hours and appointments.

u Various locations in Gloucester and Rockport, (978) 546-6186, daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m., capeannartisans.com

JUNE 23–27, 2021 St. Peter’s Fiesta—CANCELED In accordance with state guidelines and regulations, this year’s Fiesta has been canceled. Each June Gloucester celebrates the patron saint of fishermen, St. Peter. Music is played every evening; Sunday

morning there is an open-air mass; and Sunday afternoon is the blessing of the fishing fleet. A small carnival creates a festive experience. Sporting events are held each day, including the Greasy Pole and Seine Boat Races. A long-standing Gloucester tradition.

u St. Peter’s Square, Gloucester, stpetersfiesta.org

SATURDAYS, JUNE 26– OCTOBER 16, 2021 Rockport Farmers’ Market The Rockport Farmers’ Market provides fresh surprises with its roster of vendors offering small-batch, locally produced food at each week’s outdoor market, taking place in the heart of downtown Rockport. Produce and locally grown and farm-made products can be purchased on-site. Just stop by, follow their protocols and buy fresh food directly from farmers and food producers.

u Rockport Music Parking Lot, 16 Main St., rockportexchange.org CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


JULY–SEPTEMBER

Rockport Chamber Music Festival Experience outstanding performances by world-renowned classical musicians in a variety of musical and educational events for people of all ages. Due to state restrictions, please check Rockport Music’s website for current status of hosting live concerts.

u Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport, rockportmusic.org

JULY 3 & 4, 2021

Independence Day Celebrations Cape Ann celebrates Independence Day with fireworks, parades, bonfires, concerts and more.

July 3 5:30 p.m.—Concert on the Boulevard, Gloucester 5:30 p.m.—Concert on Singing Beach, Manchester 6 p.m.—Gloucester Horribles Parade 9:30 p.m.—Grand Fireworks Display over Gloucester Harbor 9:30 p.m.—Fireworks over Singing Beach, Manchester July 4 10 a.m.—Manchester-by-the-Sea Independence Day Parade 6 p.m.—Rockport Firemen’s Parade 8:30 p.m.—Rockport Legion Band Concert, Back Beach 9 p.m.—Rockport Bonfire, Back Beach All celebrations dependent on COVID-19 restrictions and regulations. Safety protocols will be in place: masks and physical distancing will be required by all attendees.

JULY 10, 2021

Generous Gardeners Annual Gloucester Garden Tour Explore gorgeous private gardens in Gloucester’s Mount Pleasant Avenue neighborhood and enjoy many “gardeners’ gardens” and views of Smith Cove and Gloucester Harbor. Tickets are $30 and may be purchased the day of the tour at the Harbor Room tent, 8 Norwood Court, Gloucester, or in advance online. Rain or shine. For more information, contact Susan Kelly susan@generousgardeners.org or (781) 346-1363.

u 10 a.m.–4 p.m., generousgardeners.org

JULY 11–AUGUST 29, 2021

Antonio F. Gentile Bandstand Summer Concert Series

Exceptional music overlooking beautiful Gloucester Harbor. Free parking, handicap accessible. Rain date: Wednesday evening 7 p.m. Concerts feature Big Band, Beatles, Broadway, Country, and more. All programs subject to change.

u Hough Avenue, Stage Fort Park, Gloucester, Sunday evenings, 7 p.m., free, (978) 281-2286, David Benjamin, Director, davidlbenjamin.com

JULY 11–AUGUST 29, 2021

ie soundtracks and pop tunes. Say hello to new music director Bob Rick. Bring chairs or blankets and enjoy the best popcorn on the North Shore! Musicians are always encouraged to join. Contact therockportlegionband@gmail.com.

u Back Beach, Rockport, Sundays, 7 p.m., rockportlegionband.wordpress.com

JULY 17, 2021

Blackburn Challenge A 20+ mile open water circumnavigation of Cape Ann, open to all seaworthy oar or paddle-powered craft. There is no rain date. Alternative courses will be in place for rough weather conditions or dense fog. Row it/paddle it if you can, then join the party afterwards. Sponsored by the Cape Ann Rowing Club. Visit website to participate and/or volunteer.

u Gloucester, blackburnchallenge.com

JULY 17, 2021

Downtown Block Party The Gloucester Block parties are fun, festive events that bring downtown to life! A portion of Main Street is closed off from 5 to 10 p.m., allowing for live music from local bands, street performers, al fresco dining, children’s activities and more. This family-friendly event truly has something for everyone.

Rockport Legion Band Summer Concert Series

u Gloucester, 6–10 p.m., capeannchamber.com

Rockport Legion Band’s 87th free, outdoor concert series at beautiful Back Beach in Rockport. A family-friendly repertoire featuring concert pieces, Disney, marches, dixie-land, musicals, mov-

Rockport Jazz Festival

JULY 29–AUGUST 1, 2021

A weekend of great jazz in the intimate setting of the seaside Shalin Liu Performance Center. Due to state restrictions, please check Rockport Music’s website for current status of hosting live concerts.

u Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport, rockportmusic.org

JULY 31, 2021

Paul Aquipel

Annisquam Village Sea Fair

Independence Day fireworks over Gloucester Harbor. CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

Celebrate summer at this annual all-day family event featuring children’s games and activities, used book table, an art gallery, home-baked goods, a white elephant table, luncheon offerings and more, including its “not-to-be-missed” famous Wax Works Show presented at CAPE ANN GUIDE & DIRECTORY 2021–2022

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of FESTIVALS & EVENTS All festivals and events are subject to change due to restrictions and regulations. Please check websites for any updates. 11 a.m., noon, 2 and 5 p.m.

u Annisquam Village Green, 10 a.m.–3 p.m, rain or shine

AUGUST 5–7, 2021

Gloucester Sidewalk Bazaar Now celebrating its 63rd year, the Sidewalk Bazaar takes place on Main Street in downtown Gloucester. Enjoy more than 120 vendors, street food, live music and children’s activities.

u Main Street, Gloucester

AUGUST 7, 2021

Festival by the Sea

Festival by the Sea is a celebration of the things that are synonymous with Cape Ann in the summertime: art, music and food! Booths will be spread throughout downtown Manchester. Your senses will be inspired by the beautiful art, extraordinary live music and the aromas of delicious, local foods.

u Downtown Manchester-by-the-Sea, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., capeannchamber.com

AUGUST 12–14, 2021

Annisquam Village Players This year’s annual production by the Annisquam Village Players is Nothing to Hyde.

u Annisquam Village Hall, nightly at 7:30 p.m., annisquamvillageplayers.com

AUGUST 13–15, 2021

Rockport Illuminations

Visit Rockport for a weekend long celebration of Lobstas and Lights, celebrating the history and importance of lobstering in this seaside community.

u Rockport

AUGUST 14, 2021

Cape Ann Artisan Summer Mini-Tour Enjoy visiting many of the Cape Ann Artisans mid-summer for a one-day-only tour. Special hours to beat the summer heat. This year’s summer tour will include nine of the Artisans. The participating studios will display the magenta flags in and around their locations.

u Various locations in Gloucester and Rockport, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., (978) 546-6186, capeannartisans.com 44

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SEPTEMBER 2–6, 2021

Downtown Block Party

Gloucester Schooner Festival

The Gloucester Block parties are fun, festive events that bring downtown to life! A portion of Main Street is closed off from 5 to 10 p.m., allowing for live music from local bands, street performers, al fresco dining, children’s activities and more. This familyfriendly event truly has something for everyone.

The 37th Annual Gloucester Schooner Festival is a city-wide event on Labor Day weekend. This fun-filled, historic gathering of wooden schooners celebrates the history of Gloucester’s fishing fleet. Something for everyone! Interactive demonstrations, art show, book a charter aboard a schooner, dockside tours and dory races. Experience the Parade of Sail, the Mayor’s Cup Race, Maritime Heritage Day and more.

u Gloucester, 6–10 p.m., capeannchamber.com

AUGUST 14, 2021

Gloucester Blues Festival This 10th annual event brings blues lovers from far and wide to Gloucester. World-class blues music will reverberate throughout the park with some of the nation’s finest blues musicians. Rain or shine. Tickets are $30 in advance or $40 at the gate. Reserved seats $50. Advance tickets are also available online. City onsite parking is $15.

u Stage Fort Park, Gloucester, gloucesterbluesfestival.com

AUGUST 20–22, 2021

Rockport Celtic Festival

Enjoy a weekend of Celtic music curated and hosted by WGBH’s Brian O’Donovan and Maeve Gilchrist. Due to state restrictions, please check Rockport Music’s website for current status of hosting live concerts.

u Shalin Liu Performance Center, Rockport, rockportmusic.org

AUGUST 21 & 22, 2020

Gloucester Waterfront Festival More than 200 booths featuring juried artists and craftsmen from throughout the U.S. will display their unique creations. Live music and delicious food, including a Lobster Bake on Saturday. Family-style entertainment free throughout the day. Friendly pets on leashes are welcome. Free admission (fee to park).

u Stage Fort Park, Gloucester, daily 10 a.m.–6 p.m., capeannvacations.com

u Gloucester Harbor and Maritime Gloucester, gloucesterschoonerfestival. net, maritimegloucester.org

SEPTEMBER 3, 2021

Downtown Block Party

The Gloucester Block parties are fun, festive events that bring downtown to life! A portion of Main Street is closed off from 5 to 10 p.m., allowing for live music from local bands, street performers, al fresco dining, children’s activities and more. This family-friendly event truly has something for everyone.

u Gloucester, 6–10 p.m., capeannchamber.com

SEPTEMBER 17–26, 2021

Trails & Sails: 10 days of exploring heritage in Essex County Experience a taste of Essex County’s historic, cultural and natural sites during the 20th annual Trails & Sails event series—10 days of free, in-person, DIY and virtual heritage events. Connect with the spectacular places and stories that define the Essex National Heritage Area.

u Various locations in Essex County, trailsandsails.org

OCTOBER 2, 2021

Essex River Race

The Essex River Race is a 5.5+ mile open water event from the Essex River at Route 133 in Essex, out behind the barrier beaches of Ipswich and back. Participants row or paddle small boats through one of the most scenic tidal areas in New England. Sponsored by CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


the Cape Ann Rowing Club. Please visit the website to participate and/ or volunteer.

u Essex, blackburnchallenge.com

OCTOBER 3–11, 2021

5th Annual Cape Ann Plein Air Experience the largest outdoor painting competition in New England! Cape Ann Plein Air (CAPA) celebrates the region’s unparalleled arts legacy as the birthplace of plein air, and supports its several hundred working artists and cultural organizations. Preeminent artists from around the country will be painting all week, with many demonstrations open to the public, and the gala art sale will be held on Saturday, October 9.

u Various locations around Cape Ann, capeannpleinair.com

OCTOBER 9 & 10, 2021

38th Annual Cape Ann Artisans Fall Tour Visit 14 juried artisan studios and meet 15 of Cape Ann’s most established makers during the 38th Bi-Annual Cape Ann Artisan Open Studios self-guided tour on Saturday and Sunday. Map your visit following the magenta symbols on the Cape Ann Chamber map, the Artisans downloadable map on their website and the large pink flags near each location in Gloucester and Rockport. Enjoy pottery, painting, sculpture, mixed media, mosaics, quilting, weaving, sea glass and fine jewelry art. Visit individual artist websites for year-round hours and appointments.

u Various locations in Gloucester and Rockport, daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m., (978) 546-6186, capeannartisans.com

OCTOBER 9 & 10, 2021

Annual Annisquam Arts & Crafts Show Celebrating its 37th year, this curated show features 40 talented Cape Ann artisans working in textiles, blown glass, ceramics and pottery, silver, gold, wood, paper and sea glass. They also offer handcrafted jewelry, clothing and accessories, vintage items, artisanal oils and vinegars, candy and jams. The GalCAPEANNVACATIONS.COM

Festival by the Sea.

lery showcases a wide selection of local paintings and photography.

u Annisquam Village Hall, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., annisquamartsandcraftsshow.org

OCTOBER 16, 2021

Eve events and much more. All supervised by everyone’s favorite elf—Santa!

u Various locations, capeannvacations.com

DECEMBER 4, 2021

Rockport Harvestfest

Annual Annisquam Christmas Fair

The annual Rockport Harvestfest features food and entertainment under big tents on one of Rockport’s historic working wharves, and celebrates the best of local food with a farmer’s market, local meats, seafood, produce, craft beer, wine, local sodas and more. Harvestfest showcases live music, cooking demos, shopping specials and family activities.

Featuring holiday greens, handdecorated wreaths, centerpieces, gourmet home-baked goods, handicrafts and more. Proceeds benefit Cape Ann community programs.

u Downtown Rockport, T-Wharf and Harvey Park, rockportexchange.org

OCTOBER 23, 2021

u Annisquam Village Hall, 8:30 a.m.–noon

JANUARY 2022 Begin the New Year with a peaceful weekend retreat and write your resolutions while enjoying Cape Ann’s natural beauty.

Essex ClamFest

FEBRUARY 2022

At the Annual Essex ClamFest, taste Cape Ann’s finest chowders and experience the Chowder Tasting Competition, along with a variety of activities for the whole family. Enjoy arts and craft vendors, live entertainment and plenty of food.

Plan a romantic getaway at one of Cape Ann’s many wonderful inns and lodges. Winter is also a sea birding paradise!

DECEMBER 1–31, 2021

Celebrate the Holidays on Cape Ann

The buoys are back, boats are going in— spring is here! A beautiful time to visit.

Cape Ann sparkles with holiday cheer— parades, tree lightings, concerts, gallery strolls, open houses, theater, New Year’s

For year round event details, visit capeannvacations.com

u Shepard Memorial Park, Essex, 11 a.m.–4 p.m., capeannchamber.com

MARCH 2022 An invigorating time for hiking, beach-walking, exploring shops and enjoying quiet dining.

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POINTS of INTEREST

The Cape Ann Symphony.

BEAUPORT, THE SLEEPERMcCANN HOUSE Tour Beauport, the summer home of one of America’s first professional interior designers. Henry Sleeper began building in 1907, eventually enlarging the house to over 40 rooms filled with a lifetime collection of period furniture, colored glass, ceramics and architectural salvage. Decorated like stage sets, each room embodies Sleeper’s unique and whimsical style. Enjoy gardens with stunning views of Gloucester Harbor. Guided hourly tours. Check the website for tour availability.

u 75 Eastern Point Boulevard, Gloucester, (978) 283-0800, historicnewengland.org/property/ beauport-sleeper-mccann-house

THE CABOT Originally opened in 1920, The Cabot is a North Shore treasure. Located

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in downtown Beverly, The Cabot is a vibrant, active and world-class arts and entertainment destination for the North Shore community. Welcoming thousands of visitors through its hallowed halls, The Cabot strives to deliver unforgettable, high-quality experiences year-round from live music to comedy, films to family programming and more. Become a member of The Cabot Club to support this historic gem and receive great benefits.

u (978) 927-3100, thecabot.org

CAPE ANN ARTISANS Visit 14 juried artisan studios and meet 15 of Cape Ann’s most established makers during the 38th Bi-Annual Cape Ann Artisan Open Studios self-guided tour on Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6 and Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. On Saturday, August 14, enjoy visiting eight of these

studios for the summer Mini-Tour. Map your visit following the magenta symbols on the Cape Ann Chamber map, the Artisans downloadable map on CapeAnnArtisans.com and the large pink flags near each location in Gloucester and Rockport. Enjoy pottery, painting, sculpture, mixed media, mosaics, quilting, weaving, sea glass and fine jewelry art. Visit individual artist websites for hours and appointments year-round.

u (978) 546-6186, capeannartisans.com

CAPE ANN MUSEUM The Cape Ann Museum celebrates the art, history and culture of Cape Ann—a region rich in historical, artistic and industrial achievement. The permanent collection showcases work by significant American artists, including Fitz Henry Lane, Anna Hyatt Huntington and Milton Avery; artifacts from the fishing, maritime and granite quarrying CAPEANNVACATIONS.COM


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ARTS & CULTURE:

POINTS of INTEREST industries; Folly Cove Designer textiles; a Library & Archives; and multiple historic properties. In 2021, the Museum officially opens the 12,000-square-foot Janet & William Ellery James Center at the Cape Ann Museum Green.

u 27 Pleasant St., Gloucester; Cape Ann Museum Green: 13 Poplar St.; (978) 283-0455, capeannmuseum.org

CAPE ANN SYMPHONY Founded in 1952, the Cape Ann Symphony brings world-class musicians and soloists to Boston’s North Shore. Under the direction of Yoichi Udagawa, performances are held at the Manchester-Essex Regional High School Auditorium, located off of Route 128, Exit 50 (old Exit 15), on Lincoln Street in Manchesterby-the-Sea. Performances are also held at the Dolan Performing Arts Center, Ipswich and other locations in and around Gloucester and Manchester. Please visit the website for concert information.

u P.O. Box 1343, Gloucester, (978) 281-0543, capeannsymphony.org

subject to change. Call or visit the website for the most up-to-date information.

u 66 Main St., Essex, (978) 768-7541, essexshipbuildingmuseum.org

GLOUCESTER STAGE COMPANY Gloucester Stage invites you to socially distanced, professional theater outdoors at Windhover Center for the Performing Arts. 2021 summer season: Tiny Beautiful Things (June 11–27), Baskerville (July 2–25), Seared (August 6–22), Reparations (September 3–19) and Think of Me Tuesday (October 2–18). Tickets and showtimes online.

u 267 East Main St., Gloucester, (978) 281-4433, gloucesterstage.com

HAMMOND CASTLE MUSEUM Hammond Castle Museum is the home and laboratory of John Hays Hammond Jr., one of the nation’s most prolific inventors. The medieval-style castle houses Hammond’s collection of medieval and

Renaissance architectural elements and artifacts along with his 400+ patents ranging from a magnetic bottle opener to self-guided missiles used in World War II. Guided tours, educational programs, private and corporate rentals and public events are offered. Open April, November and December, Friday– Sunday only. Open daily May–October. Advance ticket registration required. Visit the website to learn more and reserve your tickets.

u 80 Hesperus Ave., Gloucester, (978) 283-2080, hammondcastle.org

MANCHESTER HISTORICAL MUSEUM The Manchester Historical Museum is in the historic 1823 Trask House and contains period and Manchester-made furniture, artifacts and fine art. The museum offers guided tours, exhibits, lectures and programs as well as archival research. The museum is open Tuesday–Friday 10 a.m.–3 p.m., February–

COGSWELL’S GRANT Cogswell’s Grant, established in 1636 and now a historic house museum, became the summer home of collectors Bertram and Nina Fletcher Little in 1937. The 18th century farmhouse displays their collection of American folk art. The property has been operated as a farm for nearly four centuries. The grounds are open year-round to walkers; visit the website for information about guided tours and events.

u 60 Spring St., Essex, (978) 768-3632, historicnewengland.org/historicproperties/homes/cogswells-grant

Visit the Essex Shipbuilding Museum to learn the story of a small village developing the American fishing schooner. Guided and self-guided tours offered. 2021 museum hours: April 3–May 30, weekends, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. June 2–October 10, Wednesday–Sunday, 10 a.m.– 5 p.m. October 16–December 12, weekends, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Hours and dates are

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December and posted Saturdays during the summer. Suggested donation of $5 per person. Check website for program calendar. To schedule an appointment or for more information call or email info@ manchesterhistoricalmusem.org.

u 10 Union St., Manchester-by-theSea, (978) 526-7230, manchesterhistoricalmuseum.org

MARITIME GLOUCESTER

winning, 1,500-seat theatre in the round producing Broadway musicals featuring some of the country’s top actors, designers and directors, along with celebrity concerts, kids’ shows and year-round educational programs. Single tickets, student rush, group discounts and dining reservations available online.

u 62 Dunham Road, North Beverly, (978) 232-7200, nsmt.org

THE PAPER HOUSE The Paper House is a unique structure once used as the summer home of its builder, Elis Stenman. The walls and furniture are made from an estimated 100,000 newspapers, assembled over a 20-year period. This is something you must see to believe! Located in the Pigeon Cove section of Rockport, it may be a bit hard to find but worth the trip.

Maritime Gloucester, on historic Gloucester Harbor, is your destination for maritime heritage and marine science discovery. Experience Gloucester’s authentic working waterfront, the Dory Shop and America’s oldest marine railway. Visit the Gorton Schooner Gallery. Its Maritime Science Education Center, with interactive touch tanks and aquarium, opens summer 2021 with fun for the whole family. Take a one-of-a-kind tour of Gloucester Harbor aboard the Schooner Ardelle. Their public pier is full of daily activities and family-friendly experiences. Plan your trip online.

u 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, (978) 281-0470, maritimegloucester.org

NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION North Shore Arts Association, established in 1922, occupies one of the most unique and inspiring settings on Cape Ann. Annually, visitors from all over the globe come to view one of the largest and most diverse collections of fine art north of Boston. In addition to nationally recognized exhibits, NSAA offers many exciting community events, including lectures, art demonstrations and an Annual Auction of Fine Art. NSAA historic galleries are free to the public.

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u 11 Pirates Lane, East Gloucester, (978) 283-1857, nsarts.org

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POINTS of INTEREST Open from the first weekend in April through the last weekend in October.

u 52 Pigeon Hill St., Rockport, (978) 546-2629, paperhouserockport.com

of artworks by historic Cape Ann artists. Admission is free to the multiple galleries, interior courtyard and its new Art & Sea gift shop.

PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM

u 12 Main St., Rockport, (978) 546-6604, rockportartassn.org

Stir your imagination and spark new conversations at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem. Step inside the nation’s oldest continuously operating museum to discover works by artists from around the world. Through groundbreaking exhibitions and innovative programming, PEM strives to create meaningful and transformative encounters with art and culture. Visit today to see a 200-year-old Chinese house, hands-on Art & Nature Center exhibitions for little ones, 22 noted historic structures across the Museum’s campus and more. Open Thursday–Sunday and holiday Mondays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Reserve tickets in advance online.

u 161 Essex St., Salem, (978) 745-9500, pem.org

ROCKPORT ART ASSOCIATION & MUSEUM Founded in 1921 and located in the heart of Rockport’s Cultural District, the RAA&M has served as the cultural center for the town for a century now. It offers art classes, workshops, lectures, demonstrations and other educational programs. RAA&M represents many of the finest artists in New England, and its museum houses an extensive collection

ROCKPORT MUSIC Rockport Music’s home, the Shalin Liu Performance Center, is an intimate, oceanfront concert hall with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. Located in the scenic seaside village of Rockport, Rockport Music presents exceptional musical performances and events yearround, including the acclaimed Rockport Chamber Music Festival as well as the Rockport Jazz Festival. Rockport Music also presents jazz, folk and world music throughout the year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, please visit the website for current status.

u Shalin Liu Performance Center, 37 Main St., Rockport, (978) 546-7391, rockportmusic.org

ROCKY NECK ART COLONY Rocky Neck is a peninsula within Gloucester’s working harbor known for its geographic beauty, unique light, rich cultural history and spirited, supportive community. It’s a great place to walk and experience the work of dozens of artists—painters, potters, photographers, jewelers and woodworkers—who display their work in Rocky Neck galleries. Part

of Gloucester’s Rocky Neck Cultural District, the Rocky Neck Art Colony is accessible by car, boat, trolley, bus or foot.

u 6 Wonson St., Gloucester, (978) 515-7004, rockyneckartcolony.org

THE SARGENT HOUSE MUSEUM Built in 1782, the Sargent House was home to Judith Sargent Murray, one of America’s earliest advocates of women’s rights. Visit this beautifully preserved Georgian residence to hear the life story of the remarkable 18th-century woman who published the essay “On the Equality of the Sexes” in 1790. See the “writing closet” where she produced works that were well ahead of her time. View period furnishings and works by Fitz Henry Lane, John Singer Sargent and other notable artists. Open for house tours on weekends from Memorial Day to Columbus Day depending on COVID-19 restrictions. Visit the website for dates and times of house tours, outdoor events, online programming and its latest gallery showing.

u 49 Middle St., Gloucester, (978) 281-2432, sargenthouse.org

SCHOONER ADVENTURE AT MARITIME GLOUCESTER Sail aboard Gloucester’s flagship schooner! A National Historic Landmark and an icon of the American fisheries, Adventure is a 122' wooden dory-fishing schooner built in 1926. She is a living monument to the famous Grand Bank Gloucester fishing schooners and the intrepid fishermen that sailed them. Adventure is at the center of Gloucester’s efforts to preserve its maritime heritage and offers educational programming, community sails for the public and private charters. Become a member today.

u 23 Harbor Loop, (978) 281-8079, schooner-adventure.org

Pat Slade

SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE ARTS ON CAPE ANN (seARTS) Cogswell’s Grant.

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supporting cultural and economic development by connecting and promoting Cape Ann’s arts community. Its calendar, eblasts, community programs and other activities provide marketing and collaborative opportunities for artists and arts groups of all genres. seARTS welcomes members who share its passion for arts and culture. Sign up for the free weekly eblast to learn more about Cape Ann arts.

u (978) 281-1222 (messages only), seARTS.org

THACHER ISLAND/ TWIN LIGHTS The Cape Ann Light Station on Thacher Island is a National Historic Landmark. The original towers were built in 1771. Maintained by the Thacher Island Association, it features a museum, two houses, a fog signal, three miles of trails and a campground. The island is open to the public. A launch service operates from T-Wharf in Rockport and requires advanced reservations. Visit the website for details.

u P.O. Box 73, Rockport, (617) 599-2590, thacherisland.org

WINDHOVER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Windhover Center for the Performing Arts is located in the Pigeon Cove section of Rockport, near Halibut Point. In the summer, it offers professional modern dance and theater performances to the public, along with master dance classes, workshops and movement retreats. In the summer of 2021, professional dance residencies will take place, culminating in open rehearsals to show new work. In late August, a performance weekend of live musicians performing with New Yorkbased dancers in a program of solos and duets on Windhover’s expansive outdoor stage will celebrate the power of the arts. Performances take place in the back garden with plenty of space for socially distanced seating. For details on performances, please visit the website.

u 257 rear Granite St., Rockport, (978) 546-3611, windhover.org

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ACCOMMODATIONS LODGING Accommodations at Rocky Neck Ramona Faherty 43 Rocky Neck Avenue Gloucester (978) 381-9848 rockyneckaccommodations.com

Located in heart of Rocky Neck Art Colony. Waterfront efficiencies overlooking picturesque Smith Cove. Dock space available. Addison Choate Marshall and Courtney Tulley 49 Broadway, Rockport (978) 546-7543 addisonchoate.com

Stylish new boutique hotel with seven unique, luxurious rooms. Five minute walk to downtown Rockport. Atlantis Oceanfront Inn Jane Frederick 125 Atlantic Road, Gloucester (978) 283-0014 (800) 732-6313 atlantisoceanfrontinn.com

Pristine rooms, spectacular ocean views, each with terrace or balcony. Breakfast cafe is a great way to start your morning. A favorite spot! Good Harbor Beach less than a mile away. Beach & King Street Inn Laurie Nugent 2 King Street, Rockport (978) 335-2593

Beauport Hotel Gloucester Jeanne Hennessey 55 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 282-0008 beauporthotel.com

New England coastal getaway with sweeping water views, rooftop pool/bar, distinctive dining and the area’s largest event space. The Beech Tree Bed & Breakfast Dan and Helene Duffy 55 Broadway, Rockport (978) 546-2864 beechtreebb.com

Blue Shutters Beachside Inn Tony and Patty Sapienza, Ed and AnnMarie Comer 1 Nautilus Road, Gloucester (978) 283-1198 blueshuttersbeachside.com

On Good Harbor Beach. Spectacular views. Open year-round. Close to restaurants, supermarket, downtown. A/C, WiFi in all rooms/suites. Brynmere Inn Elizabeth Spofford 12 Cambridge Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2212 Cape Ann Camp Site Eileen Matz 80 Atlantic Street Gloucester (978) 283-8683

capeanncampsite.com

beachkingbb.com

Bearskin Neck Motor Lodge Krystle Leveille 64 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-6677 (877) 507-6272

Cape Ann Motor Inn Loran Caputo 33 Rockport Road Gloucester (978) 281-2900 (800) 464-8439 capeannmotorinn.com

Directly on the sands of Long Beach, all rooms are ocean view with free WiFi and A/C. Sunrises are unforgettable! Open year round. Dog friendly. Cape Ann’s Marina Resort Patrick Hurd 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2116 capeannmarina.com

Captain’s Bounty Beach View Joe and Meg Allen 10 Beach Street Rockport (978) 546-6945 captainsbountybeachview.com

16 ocean view rooms directly across from Front Beach. Completely renovated in 2020. Spectacular views. Captain’s Bounty On The Beach Joe and Meg Allen 1 Beach Street Rockport (978) 546-9557 captainsbountymotorinn.com

25 oceanfront rooms directly on Front Beach with spectacular views. Direct beach access. Private decks. Captain’s Lodge Motel Komal Kataria 237 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-2420

captainslodgemotel.com

Castle Manor Inn, LLC Laura Baker 141 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 515-7386

Harborview Inn John Orlando 71 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2277 (800) 299-6696

Periwinkle Cottage Rosemarie Cerundolo 7 Broadway Terrace Rockport (877) 325-1139

castlemanorinn.com

harborviewinn.com

AnExtraBedVacationRentals.com

Colonial Inn by the Sea Tom Schmidt 28 Eastern Point Road Gloucester (978) 281-1953

Hydrangea Inn Joan Pohas 4 Kent Circle Gloucester (978) 559-9767 Stay with us in comfort. A charming bed and breakfast overlooking historic Gloucester Harbor. A delicious continental breakfast served daily.

Rockport Inn & Suites Matt Anzivino 183 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-3300

The Inn at Babson Court Donald Roby 55 Western Avenue Gloucester

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The Cove at Rockport Michael Sjogren 1 King Street Rockport (978) 203-2840 coveatrockport.com

Luxury oceanfront boutique hotel, steps from the beach and downtown. Book your stay today! The Crow’s Nest Gregg Sousa 334 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-2965 crowsnestgloucester.com

Eagle House Motel Gary Dellarocco 8 Cleaves Street, Rockport (978) 546-6292

(978) 281-4469

babsoncourt.com The Inn at Castle Hill Camilla Eagan 290 Argilla Road on the Crane Estate Ipswich (978) 412-2555

craneestate.org Inns of Rockport Rockport

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Eden Pines Inn Nicole Kern 48 Eden Road Rockport (978) 546-2505

Lantana House B&B Tracey and Richard Nestel 22 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-3535

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Emerson Inn Seaside Resort Kimberly Voltero 1 Cathedral Avenue Rockport (978) 546-6321 emersoninnbythesea.com

thelantanahouse.com

Ocean House Hotel at Bass Rocks Alana Bravo 107 Atlantic Road Gloucester (978) 283-7600 (888) 802-7666 oceanhousegloucester.com

rockportinnandsuites.com

Sally Webster Inn Marshall & Courtney Tulley 34 Mt. Pleasant Street Rockport (978) 546-9251 Sea Lion Motel & Cottages Ramona Faherty 138 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-7300 sealionmotel.com

Less than one mile to Good Harbor Beach. Outdoor heated pool. Continental breakfast. Rooms, suites, cottages, efficiencies with A/C. Seafarer Inn Chris Roenker 50 Marmion Way Rockport (978) 546-6248 seafarer-inn.com

All rooms have ocean views, private baths, A/C, WiFi and TV. Walk to beach and town. Hot buffet style breakfast. Front porch and koi pond. Seven South Street Inn, Guest House Debbie and Nick Benn 7 South Street Rockport (978) 546-6708 sevensouthstreetinn.com

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Shea’s Riverside Inn & Motel Gayle McKinley 132 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6800

Cape Ann Coastal Real Estate, LLC Sharon Fornaciari 93 Atlantic Road Gloucester (978) 836-3684

sheasinn.com

capeanncoastalre.com

The Vista Laura Dow 22 Thatcher Road Gloucester (978) 281-3410

Gloucester Beach House Diane Cadogan Hughes 14 Starknaught Heights Gloucester (781) 640-6580

vistamotel.com

Overlooking Good Harbor Beach. Continental breakfast included. Heated outdoor pool. Book directly and save! Wingaersheek Inn & Motel Ellen and Roger Minton 46 Concord Street Gloucester (978) 281-0100 wingaersheekmotel.com

Yankee Clipper Inn Mike Barnhard 127 Granite Street Rockport (978) 546-0001 (800) 545-3699 yankeeclipperinn.com

Art-Deco panoramic oceanfront inn. Patios, balconies, A/C and full breakfast inclusive. Outdoor pool.

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978.283.0014 ALL ROOMS OCEANVIEW BREAKFAST CAFÉ SERVING THE PUBLIC DAILY WWW.ATLANTISOCEANFRONTINN.COM

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Lighthouse Lane Cottages Laurie Parrott 5 Lighthouse Lane Rockport (978) 546-1643

Vacation Rentals on Cape Ann

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Beach Houses • Cottages Luxury • Budget Friendly Waterfront • Pet Friendly

Perry’s Waterfront Apartments Scott Perry 69R Main Street Rockport (978) 546-2850

Book your stay today! atlanticvacationhomes.com 978-910-0010

perryswaterfront.com

Rockport Cottages Louise Norwood 8 - 16 Mill Lane Rockport (603) 668-7000 rockportcottages.com

Seaside Vacay Lynda Hemeon Rockport (888) 704-4144 seasidevacay.com

VACATION RENTALS An Extra Bed Vacation Rentals featuring Periwinkle Cottage Rosemarie Cerundolo 7 Broadway Terrace Rockport (877) 325-1139

The Seaward— Vacation Rentals Nancy Cameron Gilsey 42 Marmion Way Rockport (508) 284-2468 theseawardrockport.com

AnExtraBedVacationRentals.com

Atlantic Vacation Homes Carole Lynn Sharoff 4 Old County Road Gloucester (978) 283-4777 (855) 853-9143 atlanticvacationhomes.com

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New England coastal getaway with sweeping water views, rooftop pool/ bar, distinctive dining and the area’s largest event space.

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Open all year round; directly on Long Beach; reasonable rates; A/C. Dog friendly.

Cape Ann’s Marina Resort 75 Essex Avenue, Rt. 133 Gloucester • (978) 283-2116 capeannmarina.com

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Waterfront hotel with spectacular views. Restaurant, pool and bar, Jacuzzi, skywalk lounge.

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16 ocean view rooms directly across from Front Beach. Completely renovated in 2020. Spectacular views.

Captain’s Bounty on the Beach 1 Beach Street Rockport • (978) 546-9557 captainsbountymotorinn.com

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25 oceanfront rooms directly on the beach. Private decks. Spectacular views.

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Newly renovated! Open year round. Close to Rockport, Gloucester downtown and many more attractions.

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Newly renovated throughout. Indoor pool, expanded fitness center. Fire pit area! Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast.

Sea Lion Motel & Cottages 138 Eastern Avenue Gloucester • (978) 283-7300 sealionmotel.com

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Outdoor heated pool. Guest rooms, efficiencies, cottages. Good Harbor Beach nearby.

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An historic boutique hotel nestled in the heart of Rockport offering coastal eclectic design and topnotch hospitality.

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Steps from Good Harbor Beach. Guest rooms and apartments. Open year round.

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Oceanfront inn overlooking Thacher Island lighthouses. Quiet, relaxing and peaceful.

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An intimate, welcoming B&B in the heart of historic Rockport. Open year round.

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A casual, charming home by the sea. In-room TV, electric fireplaces, A/C.

Atlantic Vacation Homes 4 Old County Road Gloucester • (978) 283-4777 atlanticvacationhomes.com

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-

Y

North Shore’s premier vacation rental and real estate company. Local expertise and exceptional service.

Periwinkle Cottage (dba An Extra Bed Vacation Rentals) 7 Broadway Terrace Rockport • (877) 325-1139 anextrabedvacationrentals.com

Y

2

YEAR

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-

-

-

-

-

Y

-

N

Walk to everything you love in Rockport! Open all year. Parking, kitchen, WiFi, A/C.

Perry’s Waterfront Apartments 69R Main Street Rockport • (978) 546-2850 perryswaterfront.com

Y

-

YEAR

-

-

Y

Y

-

-

Y

-

-

Efficiency apartments perched directly on sandy beach. Balconies with sweeping ocean views.

200 sites

MAY– OCT

-

-

Y

-

-

-

Y

-

Y

200 shaded tent/trailer sites overlooking tidal estuary near Wingaersheek Beach. Hook-ups.

B&Bs/Inns

Vacation Rentals

Campsite Cape Ann Camp Site 80 Atlantic Street Gloucester • (978) 283-8683 capeanncampsite.com

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WEDDINGS, CATERERS & FUNCTION FACILITIES CATERERS Burnham’s Catering Inc. Don and Melanie Burnham 65 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 252-4400

Sage Floral Studio Beth Genovese & Gina Russo 274 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-9582 sagefloralstudio.com

burnhamscatering.com

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Vinwood Caterers Tom Lang 3 Union Street Ipswich (978) 356-3273

Bass Rocks Golf Club Peter Hood 34 Beach Road Gloucester (978) 283-1866

vinwood.com

FLORISTS Russell’s Florist Eric Russell 18 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-0700

bassrocksgolfclub.org

Gloucester’s only private golf and tennis club with spectacular views of the ocean and premier course conditions.

Cruiseport Gloucester Jeanne Hennessey 6 Rowe Square Gloucester (978) 282-9700

The Elks at Bass Rocks Emily Douglass 101 Atlantic Road Gloucester (978) 282-3200

cruiseportgloucester.com

atlanticoceanroom.com

Celebrate life’s momentous events at Cruiseport Gloucester on the harbor. Expert wedding planners ensure your special day will be remembered for a lifetime. In the Pink Ink Events Holly Fawcett 66 Upland Road Waltham (617) 549-7702

The Essex Room Maureen Woodman 125 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7335 essexroom.com

The Event Company Taylor Hedges 212 Magnolia Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-4884 rentent.com

The Harbor Room Meg Jarrett 8 Norwood Court Gloucester (978) 381-3677 theharborroom.com

Manchester American Legion: Amaral Bailey Post 113 Jennifer Hamilton 14 Church Street Manchester (978) 526-4591 manchesteramericanlegion.com

Salem Trolley Tammy Harrington 8 Central Street Salem (978) 744-5469

Sharon’s Studio of Gloucester Kendra Dott 179 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 290-2989 capeannweddings.com

Streamography Andrew Nicastro 11 Harrison Avenue Gloucester (978) 810-0553 streamography.com

Tavern on the Harbor Patrick McLaughlin 30 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-4200 perfectview365.com

salemtrolley.com

inthepinkink.com

russellsfloristgloucestermass.com

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# of Rooms

Catering Kitchen

Separate Area for Ceremony

Outside Facilities

Parking Capacity

Overnight Accommodations

Off-Premises Catering Allowed

Y

-

3

-

Y

Y

Plenty

-

-

Gloucester’s only private golf and tennis club, with spectacular ocean views and area for outside ceremonies.

Beauport Hotel Gloucester 55 Commercial Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-0008

Y

Y

5

Y

Y

Y

Plenty

Y

-

New England coastal getaway with sweeping water views, rooftop pool/ bar, distinctive dining and the area’s largest event space.

Beauport Cruiselines 6 Rowe Square Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-9700

Y

Y

2

Y

Y

Y

Plenty

-

-

Open top deck with lounge furnishings. Imagine your dream wedding while dining, dancing and cruising Gloucester’s historic harbor.

Cruiseport Gloucester 6 Rowe Square Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-9700

Y

Y

2

Y

Y

Y

300

-

-

Celebrate life’s momentous weddings and events in a luxurious ballroom on historic Gloucester Harbor.

The Essex Room at Woodman’s 125 Main Street Essex, MA 01929 (978) 768-7335

Y

-

1

Y

Y

Y

Ample

-

Y

“Simple Elegance” in a classic setting. Corporate and private events. Marsh views; oversized dance floor; wedding party suite; in-house, award-winning chef.

Rockport Art Association & Museum 12 Main Street Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-6604

N

N

3

Y (prep. only)

Y

Y

None on premises

-

Y

A unique and elegant backdrop for your wedding in the picturesque seaside village of Rockport!

Rockport Golf Club 36 Country Club Road Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-3340

Y

-

1

Y

Y

-

Limited

-

-

Rustic circa 1915 clubhouse. Classic fieldstone fireplace from floor to beamed ceiling. Area for outside ceremony. Air conditioning.

Rockport Inn & Suites 183 Main Street Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-3300

-

-

3

Y

-

-

100+

Y

Y

Indoor pool and spa, banquet space, groups welcome, tennis and walk to Bearskin Neck. Firepit on patio!

Yankee Clipper Inn 127 Granite Street Rockport, MA 01966 (978) 546-0001

Y

Y

1

Y

Y

Y

Ample

Y

-

Welcoming weddings, meetings, and special events. Beautiful oceanfront rooms. “Where memories are made.”

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ARTS & CULTURE ARTISTS/GALLERIES/ ART ASSOCIATIONS American Marine Model Gallery R. Michael Wall Gloucester (978) 281-1166 shipmodel.com

The Art of David Arsenault David Arsenault 8 Dock Square Rockport (518) 466-9093 artofdavid.com

Arts Abound Sue Wheeler 21C Lexington Avenue Magnolia, Gloucester (603) 359-2173 artsaboundmagnolia.com

Beth Williams Studio Beth Williams 17 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 283-5566 bethwilliams.com

Contemporary handmade art-glass jewelry and beads, created on-site in the studio. A kaleidoscope of color awaits the adventurous. Bubble Factory James McLeod 69 Choate Street Essex (978) 890-5109 bubblefactoryma.com

Canterbury Hill Studio & Gallery Meg Lustig Allen 41 Main Street Rockport (978) 309-8468 canterburyhillstudio.com

Fine arts and crafts, representing over 50 artisans and artists.

Cape Ann Artisans Cynthia Curtis (978) 546-6186 capeannartisans.com

Cape Ann Plein Air Susan Gould-Coviello 24 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 837-8273 capeannpleinair.com

Cynthia Curtis Pottery Cynthia Curtis 80 Pigeon Hill Street Rockport (978) 546-6186 cynthiacurtispottery.com

Dale Ratcliff Dale Ratcliff 237 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5130 Deb’s Art Gallery Debbie Schradieck 4 Normanstone Drive Rockport (508) 951-6441 debsartgallery.com

Don Gorvett Gallery and Studio Gloucester Vivienne Gale 211 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 879-4881 (603) 436-7278

Gallery Montanaro Todd Montanaro 10 Bearskin Neck Rockport (508) 397-9015 gallerymontanaro.com

iartcolony Bob and Jill Armstrong 42 Broadway Rockport (978) 764-5495 iartcolony.com

North Shore Arts Association Linda Cote 11 Pirates Lane Gloucester (978) 283-1857 nsarts.org

Raven Relics Emily Walter (978) 290-8179 ravenrelics.com

Jane Deering Gallery Jane Deering 19 Pleasant Street Gloucester (917) 902-4359

Rockport Art Association & Museum Jim Craig 12 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-6604

janedeeringgallery.com

rockportartassn.org

Joanne Hurd ~J.S.HURD DESIGN Joanne Hurd (978) 283-5105 jshurddesign.com

Distinctively designed custom handmade rugs and tapestries. “Hand-knotted rug art fresh off the loom…and worth waiting for.” Ken Knowles Fine Art Ken Knowles 10A Main Street Rockport (508) 284-0427

Galleries, museum and gift shop celebrating 100 years of fine art on Cape Ann. Rocky Neck Art Colony Courtney Richardson 6 Wonson Street Gloucester (978) 515-7004 rockyneckartcolony.org

Rusty & Ingrid Screen Prints Rusty and Ingrid Kinnunen 8 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 491-9632 rustyandingrid.com

Scott Tubby Fine Art Scott Tubby 26 Bearskin Neck Rockport (207) 329-2586

dongorvettgallery.com

kenknowles.com

Elynn Kröger Gallery Elynn Kröger 38 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 500-5047

Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative Ann Schlecht 121 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-3996

elynnkroger.com

local-colors.org

Folly Cove Fine Art Jill Guthrie 59 & 61 Main Street Rockport (978) 380-8821

Manship Artists Residency + Studios (MARS) Rebecca Reynolds Lanesville, Gloucester (978) 290-8438

seARTS (Society for the Encouragement of the Arts on Cape Ann) James Caviston P.O. Box 1476 Gloucester (978) 281-1222

manshipartists.org

searts.org

follycovefineart.com

scotttubby.com

Side Street Gallery/ Hughes Bosca Jewelry Mary Hughes 17 Rocky Neck Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-3791 hughesbosca.com

Square Circle Myra Hall 11 Dock Square Rockport (978) 546-7100 Storella Art Michael Storella 6 Eastern Avenue Essex (781) 710-2475 Instagram: @storella_art

Three Stones Gallery Jennifer M. Johnston 10c Main Street Rockport (978) 399-8611 threestonesgallery.com

TMN Studios Laurel Nicholas 8-R Apple Street Essex (978) 768-6162 Wenniger Cottage Gallery Mary Ann deBuy Wenniger 70 Holly Street Gloucester (978) 502-5193 Wennigercottagegallery.com

Windemere Art & Antiques David Robinson 20-A Main Street Rockport (978) 546-3513

FRAMING

Nor’east Frameworks Charles Hayback 40 Beach Street, Unit E Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 525-3322

MUSEUMS/ HISTORIC SITES Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House Martha VanKoevering 75 Eastern Point Boulevard Gloucester (978) 283-0800 historicnewengland.org

Cape Ann Museum and Green Oliver Barker 27 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 283-0455 x10 capeannmuseum.org

Regional paintings and sculpture, maritime, quarrying, artifacts, library/archives, exhibitions, historic properties, children’s center, community space, tours and special programs. Cogswell’s Grant Kristen Weiss 60 Spring Street Essex (978) 768-3632 historicnewengland.org/ property/cogswells-grant

Essex Historical Society & Shipbuilding Museum Marcia Hubbard 66 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7541 essexshipbuildingmuseum.org

Hershey Frame Shop Caleb Rulli 18 Railroad Avenue Rockport (978) 546-2655 hersheyframeshop.com

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Hammond Castle Museum Linda Harvey 80 Hesperus Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2080 hammondcastle.org

A medieval European castle and home to one of America’s most prolific inventors. Explore with self-guided or guided tours, museum Shop offered. Manchester Historical Museum Beth Welin 10 Union Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7230 manchesterhistoricalmuseum.org

Maritime Gloucester Michael De Koster 23 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 281-0470 maritimegloucester.org

Experience Gloucester’s maritime heritage! Sea-pocket aquarium, touch tanks, exhibits, tours, working waterfront, schooners, museum store.

paperhouserockport.com

Peabody Essex Museum Jennifer Close 161 Essex Street Salem (978) 745-9500 pem.org

Rockport Art Association & Museum Jim Craig 12 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-6604 rockportartassn.org

The Sargent House Museum Joy Hennesey 49 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 281-2432 sargenthouse.org

MUSIC, THEATER & PERFORMING ARTS Cabot Performing Arts Center, Inc. Kimberley Ballard 286 Cabot Street Beverly (978) 927-3100 thecabot.org

Cape Ann Symphony Earl Powers Manchester Essex Regional Middle High School 36 Lincoln Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 281-0543 capeannsymphony.org

Gloucester Blues Festival Paul Benjamin 70 Lake Ave Rockland, ME (207) 596-6055

Old Sloop Coffeehouse Geof Lyon First Congregational Church 12 School Street Rockport (978) 309-9667 oldsloopcoffeehouse.org

Rockport Legion Band Debbie Walter 32 Beach Street Rockport (978) 546-7529 rockportlegionband.wordpress.com

Rockport Music/ Shalin Liu Performance Center Tony Beadle 16 Main Street, Rockport (978) 546-7391 rockportmusic.org

Visit Rockport Music’s intimate Shalin Liu Performance Center for classical, jazz and folk music as well as broadcasts.

Windhover Center for the Performing Arts Lisa Hahn 257 Rear Granite Street P.O. Box 2249 Rockport (978) 546-3611 windhover.org

WRITERS/EDITORS/ BLOGGERS Cape Ann COSMOS: Arts, Science & Entertainment Events List Chris Munkholm Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 828-7448

James Masciarelli, Author, Speaker, Storyteller James Masciarelli Gloucester jamesmasciarelli.com

T.S. Eliot Foundation Dana Hawkes 18 Edgemoor Road Gloucester (978) 283-7445 tseliot.com/foundation/ ts-eliot-house

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Ellen B. Alden, Author Ellen Alden 21 Woodholm Road Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 828-0433 ellenaldenkids.com

The Cape Ann Museum is excited to announce the official opening in 2021 of its new campus, the Cape Ann Museum Green. Photo credit: (left) Steve Rosenthal; (right) Al Malette.

The Paper House Edna Beaudoin 52 Pigeon Hill Street Rockport (978) 546-2629

Sandy Bay Historical Society & Museums, Inc. Ingrid Brown 40 King Street Rockport (978) 546-9533 sandybayhistorical.org

gloucesterbluesfestival.com

Gloucester Stage Company Chris Griffith 267 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-4433 gloucesterstage.com

North Shore Music Theatre Karen Nascembeni 54 Dunham Road Beverly (978) 232-7200 nsmt.org

Galleries, museum and gift shop celebrating 100 Years of fine art on Cape Ann.

With summer exhibitions and outdoor programming at CAM Green and world-class permanent and special exhibitions planned for the Museum’s main campus in downtown Gloucester, we invite you to venture out ... and discover the heart of Cape Ann at CAM! CAPE ANN MUSEUM GREEN 13 Poplar Street Gloucester, Massachusetts

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DINING, FOOD & BEVERAGES BAKERIES

CANDY SHOPS

Cake Ann Inga McCarthy 214 Eastern Avenue Unit 2 Gloucester (978) 865-4100

Nichols Candies, Inc. Barbara Nichols 1 Crafts Road Gloucester (978) 283-9850

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Virgilio’s Bakery Joe and Nanci Virgilio 29 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-5295 virgiliosbakery.com

Italian and specialty breads, unique sandwiches on freshbaked rolls, fresh cannoli, pastries and cookies.

BREWERIES & DISTILLERIES Great Marsh Brewing Company John Collins 99 Main Street Essex (339) 222-2415 thegreatmarsh.com

Ipswich Ale Brewery Jordan Griffin 2 Brewery Place Ipswich (978) 356-3329 ipswichalebrewery.com

Rockport Brewing Company Ray Pickup Rockport rockportbrewingcompany.com

Ryan & Wood Distillery Bob Ryan 15 Great Republic Drive Gloucester (978) 281-2282 ryanandwood.com

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Rockport Fudgery Peter Fox 4 Tuna Wharf Rockport (978) 546-2030 rockportfudgery.com

Tuck’s Candy & Gifts Laurie Tuck 15 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-6352

Savour Wine & Cheese Kathleen Morgan 76 Prospect Street Gloucester (978) 282-1455 savourwineandcheese.com

Awarded ‘’Best Wine Selection’’ Northshore mag. ’19–’20. Sample the wine machine’s 20 wines complimentary, baguettes, artisan cheese, deli foods, the unexpected. Sea & Cellar, LLC Lindsay Porter 21 Dock Square, #3 Rockport (978) 999-5249

essexwineexchange.com

Check out the amazing selection of craft beer and wines from around the world. Railroad Ave Liquors Allison Brigham 7 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-9392

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shaws.com

MARKETS & CONVENIENCE STORES

Cape Ann Farmers’ Market Courtney Ayer Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 290-2717

capeannlobstermen.com

capeannfarmersmarket.org

Seabreeze Liquors Allison Brigham 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-8414

Essex Wine Exchange Eamon Keating 91 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7500

Shaw’s Supermarkets (Eastern Ave.) Matt Provost 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4844

Cape Ann Lobstermen Tessa Brown 111 E. Main Street Gloucester (617) 593-8354

Tuck’s Candy Factory Dan Tuck 7 Dock Square Rockport (978) 546-2840

Chebacco Liquor Mart Pat and Jack Chisholm 201 Western Avenue Essex (978) 768-7568

Turner’s Seafood Market Kathi and Jim Turner 4 Smith Street Gloucester (978) 281-7172

LOBSTER/FISH MARKETS

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LIQUOR, WINE & BEER

Seaview Farm Ken Lane 38 South Street Rockport (978) 546-2418

Cape Ann Convenience Amit Patel 2 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 865-3180 Your ultimate convenience store featuring beer, wines, cigars, groceries, lottery tickets, beach supplies and souvenirs.

tuckscandy.com

tuckscandyfactory.com

Roy Moore Lobster Company Ken Porter 39 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-6696

Captain Joe & Sons Joe Ciaramitaro 95 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-1454 wholesalelobster.com

Captain Vito’s Fresh Seafood & Delivery Ninfa Ciaramitaro 53 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 491-0222 captainvitosfreshseafood.com

Common Crow Natural Market Kate Noonan 200 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-1665 commoncrow.com

Market Basket Peter Sauchuk 101 Gloucester Crossing Gloucester (978) 283-0103

RESTAURANTS, PUBS, CAFES 1606 Restaurant & Bar at Beauport Hotel Gloucester Jeanne Hennessey 55 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 282-0008

seaviewfarmrockport.com

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Shaw’s Supermarkets (Railroad Ave.) Daniel Guarino 7 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2601 shaws.com

RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

Enjoy ocean views and al fresco breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails on the deck and around the firepit. At Beauport Hotel Gloucester. 7th Wave Restaurant Talia Khan Bettencourt 7 Tuna Wharf Rockport (978) 546-5048 7thwaverockport.com

Braga Management Deo Braga 132 Washington Street Gloucester

Antique Table Matthew Gateman 7 Central Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (781) 956-2300

(978) 283-4339

antiquetablerestaurants.com

bragamanagement.com GoodMan Hospitality Group Paul Goodhue 34 Beach Road Gloucester (781) 405-2932 goodmanhospitalitygroup.com

Serenitee Management Mark McDonough 185 Main Street Gloucester (978) 317-7571

RESTAURANT SOFTWARE TableBoost, Inc. Tim Collins 10 Forest Lane Manchester-by-the-Sea (617) 840-0827

Azorean Restaurant & Bar Deo Braga 133 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-5500 azoreanrestaurant.com

Bearskin Neck Bistro Nikki Gkiokas 32 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 836-9311 facebook.com/bearskinneckbistro

Blue Marlin Grille Corey Matthews 65 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-7400 bluemarlingrille.com

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Boat House Grille Corey Matthews 234 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 890-5113

C.K. Pearl Patrick Shea 112 Main Street Essex (978) 890-7378

boathousegrilleessex.com

ckpearl.com

Brackett’s Oceanview Restaurant & Brothers’ Brew Cafe, Inc. Charles Brackett 25 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-2797 bracketts.com

Bravo By the Sea Elizabeth Gibley Panagos 40 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 704-9388 bravobythesea.com

Breakwater Roasters Samantha Porter 3 Duncan Street Gloucester (978) 515-7337

Caffe Sicilia Maria Cracchiolo 40 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-7345 Cala’s Restaurant Jenn Young 7 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 525-3304 calasrestaurant.com

Cape Ann Coffees Rick Noonan 86 Bass Avenue Gloucester (978) 282-1717 capeanncoffees.com

facebook.com/breakwaterroasters

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Captain Carlo’s Restaurant Rose Marie and Gus Ciulla 27–29 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-6342

Charlie’s Place Restaurant Mary Testaverde 83 Bass Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5002

Essex Seafood Debra Lane 143R Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-7233

The Cupboard at Stage Fort Park Pamela Carter 41 Hough Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-1908

The Farm Bar & Grille Noah Goldstein 233 Western Avenue (Rt. 22) Essex (978) 768-0000

cupboardgloucester.com

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Captain Hook’s Restaurant Alessandro Delisi 406 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 282-4665

Destino’s Subs & Catering James Destino 129 Prospect Street Gloucester (978) 283-3100

Feather & Wedge Stephen Smit 5 Main Street Rockport (978) 999-5917

facebook.com/Captain-HooksRestaurant-145309465511781

destinossubs.com

captcarlo.com

Captain Dusty’s Ice Cream Lisa Bartlett 60 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 771-5161

Causeway Restaurant Peter and Enza Zappa 78 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5256 thecausewayrestaurant.com

Duckworth’s Bistrot Nicole Duckworth 197 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-4426 duckworthsbistrot.com

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Franklin Cape Ann Maria Seniti-Figurido 118 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-7888 franklincapeann.com

Gloucester House Restaurant Leonard Linquata 63 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 283-1812 thegloucesterhouse.com

Heath’s Tea Room Restaurant Kimberlie O’Connell 43 South Street Rockport (978) 309-3388 heathstearoom.com

Holy Cow Ice Cream Cafe Mike Schifino 80 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 281-0313 holycowicecreamcafe.com

Ipswich Clambake Company Ken Siegel 196 High Street Ipswich (978) 356-2050 ipswichclambake.com

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DINING, FOOD & BEVERAGES J.T. Farnham’s Seafood & Grill Terry Cellucci 88 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-6643

Lone Gull Coffeehouse Joseph Borge 146 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-8588

jtfarnhams.com

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As seen on television’s “Diners, DriveIn & Dives.” Serving beer and wine, open March–December. Jalapeños Restaurant Alex Pardo 86 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-8228 jalapenosgloucester.com

Last Stop Nancy Egger 273 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 865-3229 laststopgloucester.com

Lattof Farmhouse Kitchen Chrissy Sweet 205 Main Street Rockport (978) 879-3940 Laughing Gull Bruce Warren 4C Summer Street Manchester (978) 704-9392 laughinggull.us

Little Red Rooster Samantha Porter 25 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 219-4004 littleredroosterglo.com

Lobsta Land Restaurant Corey Grammas 84 Causeway Street Gloucester (978) 281-0415 lobstalandrestaurant.com

The Lobster Pool Restaurant Brad Atkinson 329 Granite Street Rockport (978) 546-7808 thelobsterpool.com

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Long Beach Dairy Maid Dennis Dyer 147 Thatcher Road Gloucester (978) 281-1348 longbeachdairy.com

Magnolia 525 Tavern & Restaurant Tamie Rodolosi 12 Lexington Avenue Gloucester (978) 525-3230 525magnolia.com

Markouk Bread Mahroussie Jabba 338 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-3500 markoukbread.com

McDonald’s Joy Fedelim-Lietz 50 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-6227 Mile Marker One Restaurant & Bar Tobin Dominick 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2122 milemarkerone.com

The Mill Caitlin Silverstein 121 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 890-7139 themillessex.com

Minglewood Harborside Samantha Porter 25 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 281-0223 MinglewoodHarborside.com

Outdoor waterfront dining. Fresh, local seafood. Creative sushi. Family-friendly. Refreshing cocktails.

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the MOORING Michael Rossa 25 Union Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-0062 Mom’s Kitchen David & Eleanor Tucker 46 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 282-4444 My Place By the Sea Kathy Milbury and Barbara Stavropoulos 68 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-9667 myplacebythesea.com

Passports Eric Lorden 110 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-3680 Pilot House Restaurant Winnie Chen 3 Porter Street Gloucester (978) 283-0131 pilothousedragonlight.com

Poseidon’s Dennis Anderson 99 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 290-4313 poseidonpizza.com

Red Skiff Restaurant Talia Khan Bettencourt 15 Mt. Pleasant Street Rockport (978) 546-7647 ripple on the water Thomas Riordan 74 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6320 ripplerestaurant.com

Riversbend Lindsay Bergeron 35 Dodge Street Essex (978) 890-7098 riversbendessex.com/riversbend

Rockport House of Pizza & Roast Beef George Makrakis 19 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-6066

Taj Samantha Porter 3 Duncan Street Gloucester (978) 515-7337

Roy Moore’s Fish Shack Restaurant Karin and Kenny Porter 21 Dock Square Rockport (978) 546-6667

Thai Choice Restaurant Suraporn Vutcharangkul 272 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-8118

Salty’s Lobster, Dogs & More Mercy Duffill 2 Dock Square Rear Rockport (978) 999-5947 facebook.com/ SaltysLobsterDogsandMore

Seaport Grille Jeanne Hennessey 6 Rowe Square Gloucester (978) 282-9799 seaportgrillegloucester.com

Come for the menu, stay for the vibe— and the harbor view! Enjoy New England seafood classics on the waterfront. Shea’s Riverside Restaurant & Bar Gayle McKinley 122 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6931 sheasriversideessex.com

The Village Restaurant of Essex Carling Audette 55 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6400

taj-gloucester.com

wedigclams.com

Since 1956, serving award-winning, fresh seafood at affordable prices in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.

thaichoicerestaurant.com

Serving Cape Ann since 1998 with authentic Thai cuisine and friendly service.

Virgilio’s Bakery Joe and Nanci Virgilio 29 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-5295

Tonno Anthony Caturano 2 Main Street Gloucester (978) 879-4795

virgiliosbakery.com

tonnorestaurant.com

Classic Italian local seafood, homemade pasta in a fine dining atmosphere. Bar bites 4–5:30 p.m. daily. Top Dog of Rockport Inc. Laurie Russell 2 Doyles Cove Road Rockport (978) 546-0006

Italian and specialty breads, unique sandwiches on freshbaked rolls, fresh cannoli, pastries and cookies. Windward Grille Tim Kennefick 109 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-0050 windwardgrille.com

Woodman’s of Essex Eian Woodman 119 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6057 (978) 768-6451

topdogofrockport.com

Best fried clams on North Shore! Hot dogs! Lobster rolls! Quesadillas! Follow: @topdogofrockport

woodmans.com

stonespub.com

topsidegrill.com

Since 1914, glutenfree fried clams, seafood and clam chowder. Famous lobster rolls! Family friendly, indoor and outdoor seating, marsh views.

Surfside Subs Dennis Dyer 147 Thatcher Road Gloucester (978) 281-1700

The Village Market Laura Wright 1 Martin Street Essex (978) 768-0001

Yella on the Water Danielle Berdahn 25 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 491-5334

surfsidesubsgloucester.com

facebook.com/ villagemarketessex

yellagrille.com

Stones Pub & Eatery Gary Johnstone 242 Main Street Gloucester (978) 515-7366

Tacos Lupita Francisca Cabrera 63 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 282-9600

Topside Grill & Pub Doug Silva 50 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 281-1399

Yellow Sub Shop Fatima Silva 73 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 281-2217

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Outside

Takeout

Lounge

Catering

Live Music

Y

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC DC

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Enjoy ocean views and al fresco breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails on the deck and around the firepit. At Beauport Hotel Gloucester.

Cala’s Restaurant 7 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944 (978) 525-3304

-

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

-

Y

Y

-

-

Great food in a casual “cheers” environment. New England flavors, nightly specials. Check Facebook.

Mile Marker One Restaurant & Bar 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-2122

Y

-

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC DC

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Check Facebook for seasonal offerings. Visit the new igloos and dining room for a change of pace, overlooking Annisquam River.

Minglewood Harborside 25 Rogers Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 281-0223

-

-

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Outdoor heated waterfront dining. Fresh, local seafood. Creative sushi. Family-friendly. Refreshing cocktails.

Pilot House Restaurant 3 Porter Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-0131

-

-

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

N

Chinese and American cuisine. BBQ, seafood. Meeting/function room. Keno, lottery. Full liquor. Open every day.

Seaport Grille/ Cruiseport Gloucester 6 Rowe Square Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-9799

-

Y

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Y limited

Credit Cards Accepted

Breakfast Y

Come for the view, stay for the vibe—and enjoy the harbor view! Enjoy New England seafood classics on the waterfornt.

Shea’s Riverside Restaurant & Bar 122 Main Street Essex, MA 01929 (978) 768-6931

-

Y

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

-

On the river; gorgeous views, seafood, steak, cocktails, outside dining.

Woodman’s of Essex 119 Main Street, Route 133 Essex, MA 01929 (978) 768-6057

-

-

Y

Y

YEAR

MC VISA AMEX DISC

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Since 1914, gluten-free fried clams, seafood and clam chowder. Famous lobster rolls! Family-friendly. Indoor and outdoor seating. Marsh views.

1606 Restaurant at Beauport Hotel Gloucester 55 Commercial Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-0008

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ACTIVITIES on LAND & SEA B OAT CHARTERS & TOURS Agawam Boat & Fishing Charters Ted Marshall 21 Pickering Street Essex (978) 768-1114 agawamboatcharters.com

Coastal Fishing Charters James Douglass 415 Main Street Rose’s Wharf Gloucester (978) 283-5110 (800) 877-5110 coastalfishingcharters.net

Beauport Cruiselines Jeanne Hennessey 6 Rowe Square Gloucester (978) 282-9700

Gloucester Charter Connection, LLC Captain Johnny Johnson F/V Subdivider located at: 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 515-7739

beauportcruiselines.com

bookgcc.com

Essex River Cruises & Charters Clifford Amero 35 Dodge Street Essex Marina Essex (978) 768-6981 (800) 748-3706

Gloucester Fleet Deep Sea Fishing & Charters Captain Michael Mann Cape Ann’s Marina Resort 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 559-1978 gloucesterfleet.com

‘’A river excursion that captures the essence of New England’’—Boston Globe. Clambakes and BBQ for social and corporate outings! Book online.

Gloucester Fleet offers open boat and private charter deep sea fishing trips for all skill levels and ages. Offering marathons, all day, 3/4 day and half-day fishing trips.

Harbor Tours, Inc. Steven Douglass 66 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-1979

LAG Time Charters Dana DeCaro 18 Hampden Street Gloucester (978) 491-8660

capeannharbortours.com

lagtimecharters.com

essexcruises.com

FISHING— RECREATIONAL Charlie’s Charters Fishing & Sightseeing Scott Williams 415 Main Street at Rose’s Wharf Gloucester (978) 281-8992 Cell: (978) 879-7517 charliescharters.com

North Shore Anglers Frank Taormina 77 Rocky Neck Avenue Gloucester (978) 821-4055 northshoreanglersma.com

Sweet Dream Sport Fishing Charters Capt. Bruce Sweet Cape Ann’s Marina 75 Essex Avenue Gloucester (617) 803-1197

Three Lantern Marine and Fishing Walter “Skip” Sheppard 7 Parker Street Gloucester (978) 281-2080 threelanternmarine.com

Tuna Hunter Fishing Charters Gary and Karen Cannell Cape Ann’s Marina 75 Essex Avenue (Route 133) Gloucester (978) 407-1351 tunahunter.com

Yankee Fleet Tom Orrell 1 Parker Street Gloucester (978) 283-0313 (855) 546-3474 yankeefleet.com

Yankee Fleet, keeping the tradition going. Deep sea fishing over 60 years.

M  ARINAS & MARINE SUPPLIES Beacon Marine Basin, Inc. John Alexander 211–226 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-2380 Brown’s Yacht Yard, Inc. Peter Bent 139R East Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-3200

Perkins Marine Scott DeWitt 82 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7145 Seatronics Company Robert Koeller 171 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-0034 seatronics-co.com

Three Lantern Marine and Fishing Walter “Skip” Sheppard 7 Parker Street Gloucester (978) 281-2080 threelanternmarine.com

Wise Marine Tom Perkins 66 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 768-0161 wisemarine.com

MARINE SURVEYS Accredited & Certified Marine Surveyor & Adjuster Robert Scanlan 33 Sunset Road on Broad Sound Nahant 781-595-6225 mastermarinesurveyor.com

SAILING

Essex Marina Curt Bergeron 35 Dodge Street Essex (978) 768-6833

Defiance Sail Charters Raffi Kassabian 211 East Main Street Beacon Marine Basin Gloucester (978) 948-5434

essexmarina.net

defiancesailcharters.com

brownsyy.com

Frayed Knot Sailing Charters Claude Beaudet Ashland Avenue Manchester-by-the-Sea (508) 572-8364

Schooner Ardelle Mary Kay Taylor Sailing from Maritime Gloucester, 23 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 290-7168

frayedknotsailingcharters.com

A family run business offering only private sail charters (10 pass—day sail, four pass—overnight) or lessons for all levels of experience and ages. Come join the fun!

schoonerardelle.com

Sail aboard the Schooner Ardelle! Informative, fun and relaxing, sail on a traditional fishing schooner, the perfect way to enjoy Gloucester’s picturesque harbor. Public sails, groups, private charters.

Sandy Bay Yacht Club Ron Petoff, Manager 5 T-Wharf P.O. Box 37 Rockport (978) 546-6240

Schooner Thomas E. Lannon Heath Ellis 63-R Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 281-6634

sandybay.org

schooner.org

Schooner Adventure Captain Stefan Edick 23 Harbor Loop, at Maritime Gloucester The Gloucester Adventure, Inc. Gloucester (978) 281-8079

SPORTS, RECREATION & FITNESS

schooner-adventure.org

Sail on Gloucester’s flagship schooner. Educational dockside tours, public/private day sails and sunset sails, private functions, corporate outings, team-building events and weddings. Come aboard!

Allied Strength Kevin Larrabee 27 Kondelin Road, Unit 4 Gloucester (978) 559-7016 alliedstrength.com

Cape Ann Golf Course James Stavros 99 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 768-7544 capeanngolf.com

Cape Ann Lanes Caitlin Pszenny 53 Gloucester Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-9753 capeannlanes.com

sportfishingma.com

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80’s, 90’s, and Today Tune into the NEW North Shore 104.9 and catch up on your local news, happenings, weather, sports and of course all the music you love! www.northshore1049.com

The Official Radio Station of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce


ACTIVITIES on LAND & SEA Cape Ann SUP Dominic Olivo 2 Southern Ave. Essex (978) 233-1787

Treetop Yoga Studio Erin McKay 3A Pond Road Gloucester (978) 282-9642

capeannsup.com

treetopyoga.com

Craft Sportswear North America Eric Schenker 6 School Street Manchester (978) 524-0032

TOURS Cape Ann Foodie Tours Cynthia Hendrickson 3 Kent Circle Gloucester (617) 902-8291

craftsports.us

The Fitness Zone Kurt Gross 37 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 281-5761

capeannfoodietours.com

Cape Ann Photo Tours, LLC Kirk Williamson Rockport (978) 309-5554

fitnesszonegloucester.com

Gloucester Uechi Karate Academy Neil and Debra Stone 2A Pond Road Gloucester (978) 282-0629

capeannphototours.com

Cape Pond Ice Company Scott Memhard 104 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 283-0174

gloucesterkarate.com

MAC Fitness Andrew Hankinson 6 Whistlestop Way Gloucester (978) 283-8900

capepondice.com

Ryan & Wood Distillery Bob Ryan 15 Great Republic Drive Gloucester (978) 281-2282

macfitnessclub.com

Manchester Athletic Club Andrew Hankinson 8 Atwater Avenue Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-8900

ryanandwood.com

Thacher Island Association Paul Street Germain T-Wharf P.O. Box 73 Rockport (617) 599-2590

macathletics.com

Riverside Cycle Aaron Millett 23 Elm Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-1200

thacherisland.org

riversidecycle.com

Rockport Golf Club Steve Clayton 36 Country Club Road Rockport (978) 546-3340 rockportgolfclub.net

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WHALE WATCHING 7 Seas Whale Watch Paul Frontierro 63 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 283-1776 (888) 283-1776 7seaswhalewatch.com

Highest-rated Gloucester whale watch company on TripAdvisor. Newest, state-of-the-art vessel. Voted Best Bet by Yankee Magazine. Guaranteed sightings.

Cape Ann Whale Watch James Douglass 415 Main Street Rose’s Wharf Gloucester (978) 283-5110 (800) 877-5110 seethewhales.com

The pioneers of whale watching in Gloucester since 1979. Sail aboard the Hurricane II, the largest and fastest whale watching vessel north of Boston.

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Length of Deck

# of Passengers

Length of Trip

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Y

106'

150

4 hours MAY– OCT

Gloucester Seven Harbor Seas Wharf

Agawam Boat & Fishing Charters 21 Pickering Street (office) Essex, MA 01929 (978) 768-1114 agawamboatcharters.com

-

-

Y

Y

Y

25'

6

1.5–8 hours

APR– OCT

Beauport Cruiselines 6 Rowe Square Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 282-9700 beauportcruiselines.com

-

-

Y

-

Y

170'

532

2–4 hours

Cape Ann Whale Watch 415 Main Street, Rose’s Wharf Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-5110 seethewhales.com

-

Y

Y

-

Y

109'

250

Y Frayed Knot Sailing Charters Ashland Avenue Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01929 (508) 572-8364 frayedknotsailingcharters.com

-

-

-

Y

50'

Schooner Adventure 23 Harbor Loop at Maritime Gloucester Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 281-8079 schooner-adventure.org

Y

-

Y

-

Y

122'

Yankee Fleet 1 Parker Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-0313 yankeefleet.com

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

65'– 85– 100' 135

Gloucester Harbor

Y

Y

3–4 hours

APR– OCT

Gloucester Rose’s Harbor Wharf

Y

Y

10 (4 overnight)

Day & overnight

MAY– OCT

Manchester Rose’s Harbor Wharf

Y

Y

60

2–8 hours

MAY– OCT

Gloucester Maritime Y Harbor Gloucester

Y

2–48 hours

APR– NOV

Gloucester Harbor

Y

Harbor

Cocktails

YEARROUND

Weddings Y

Boat Departs

Essex River -

Months Open

Y

Y

Y

Highest-rated Gloucester whale watch company on TripAdvisor. Newest, state-ofthe-art-vessel. Guaranteed sightings.

On request

Meals/Snacks

Sightseeing

-

Harbor Tour

Y

Whale

-

Sailing 7 Seas Whale Watch 63 Rogers Street, 7 Seas Wharf Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 283-1776 7seaswhalewatch.com

On request

Fishing

ACTIVITIES on LAND & SEA

Custom-designed outings, special events and beach parties. Also available for scientific research and marine studies.

Description

Boat Trips and Outdoor Adventures

Boat Transport

Canvas

Chandlery

Crane Service

Travel Lift

Dive Shop

Supplies

Fuel

Ice

Water

Marine Contractors

Moorings

Sewage Pumpout

Slips

Showers

Laundry

Deep sea fishing and whale watching. Starting April 15.

Boat Towing

Y

Boat Storage

BYO

Historic 122' schooner; day sails, functions, team building events, weddings, educational programs.

Boat Repair

Private, custom-designed outings and special events aboard a beautiful Beneteau Oceanis 50 sailboat. Lessons and boat deliveries also available.

Boat Rental/Charter

The pioneers of whale watching in Gloucester since 1979. Sail on Hurricane II, largest, fastest whale watching vessel north of Boston. Starting April 25.

Boat Construction

Y

BYO

Y

Y North Shore’s newest, exciting, Gloucester Harbor New England-style cruise aboard the Beauport Cruiselines.

-

-

Y

Y

-

-

-

Y

Y

Y

-

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

-

Marine Services Brown’s Yacht Yard 139R East Main Street Gloucester, MA 01930 (978) 281-3200

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SHOPPING ANTIQUES

BOOKSTORES

Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design Andrew Spindler 163 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6045

Dogtown Books Lucas Cotterman 132 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-5599

spindlerantiques.com

David P. Neligan Antiques David Neligan 38 Main Street Essex (978) 768-3910 Davidneliganantiques.com

Main Street Antiques Robert Coviello 44 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7039 The Scrapbook Vinnie and Barbara Caravella 34 Main Street (rear) Essex (978) 491-8381 facebook.com/allprintsandmaps

A PPLIANCES AND GRILLS Doyon’s Modern Home Gary M. Doyon 15 Whistlestop Way Gloucester (978) 283-0783 doyonsappliance.com

Foster’s Grill Store Susan Aaron 107 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-1275 fostersgrill.com

Foster’s: Your one stop BBQ shop, for all things grilling and smoking!

dogtownbooks.com

Susie’s Stories Susie Rich 51 Bearskin Neck Rockport (508) 233-8418 susiesstories.com

CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES The Black Dog Sharrie Davey 25 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 309-8053 theblackdog.com

cabi, Independent Stylist Katy Fritch 21 Eden Road Rockport (603) 491-9183 katyfritch.cabionline.com

Coast & Country Boutique Christopher Darke 37 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 309-8908 coastandcountryboutique.com

Design of Mine Melissa Tarr 33 Main Street Gloucester (978) 491-7495 designofmineco.com

Floating Lotus— Gloucester Karin Antanaitis 169 Main Street Gloucester (978) 675-3352 floatinglotus.net

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Floating Lotus— Rockport Karin Antanaitis 27 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-2367

Mark Adrian Shoes Adam Farber 103 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-4343

Style Snoop By the Sea Amy Lage 19 Central Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 704-9881

floatinglotus.net

markadrianshoes.com

shopstylesnoop.com

Your favorite shoe store! Comfort, fashion, value and award-winning customer service. Seven days a week and five generations of experience.

Contemporary ladies apparel and accessories at prices that will make you smile. New styles arriving daily.

Cuddlefish Erika Curtis 166 Main Street Essex (978) 890-7268

Sweats of New England Jack Friel 85 Main Street Gloucester (978) 546-1135

Diamond Cove Music Tom Eaton 57 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-7000

facebook.com/ sweatsofnewengland/about

diamondcovemusic.com

Gloucester Cod Sara Wester 21 Church Street Gloucester (978) 828-1468 gloucestercod.com

J. McLaughlin Carolyn Mohr 11 Central Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 704-0031 jmclaughlin.com

John Tarr Store Bethany Carlson 49 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-6524 The Joy of Socks Suzanne Hawes 5 Perry Way Unit 3 Newburyport (978) 465-5575 joyofsocks.com

MAHRI Jewelry, Clothing & Gifts Since 1969 Aimee Bode Konevich 11 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7241 mahrifashion.com

Madam Had’em Cheryl McGuire 7 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7798 madamhadem.com

Mermaid Tales of Glosta Lourie Shea Killian 161 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-3132 mermaidtalesofglosta.com

Nelson’s Talitha Bihun 248 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-5675 facebook.com/ nelsonsofgloucester

One Ocean One Love Shop Jamie Mathison 6 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-3929 oneoceanoneloveshop.com

Original Beach Dog Nancy DePasquale 18 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 309-8232 originalbeachdog.com

Sample This Joy Cagno 96 Main Street Gloucester (781) 854-6520

The Cottage on Smith Cove Regina Attaya 75 Rocky Neck Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5557

Sweats of Rockport Jack Friel 52 Bearskin Neck Rockport (617) 291-1829

G IFT SHOPS & SPECIALTY ITEMS 4 BEACH Gifts & Goodies Elizabeth Swanson 4 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7333 4beachshop.com

The Brass Monkey Tom Lance 85 Main Street Gloucester (978) 879-4761 thebrassmonkey.org

Carol Lee’s Cottage Carol Lee Kelliher 24 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 309-8445 carolleescottage.com

Gift shop. Turkish towels, designer bags, scarves, clothing, tableware, art, tagua jewelry. Open all year.

cuddlefishmanchester.com

Esmeralda— Jewelry, Accessories and Gifts Esmeralda Lambert 28 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 309-8419 esmeraldastore.com

The Glass House Lisa Gove 5 Tuna Wharf Rockport (978) 546-6331 goodlinens studio JoAnne Chirico 130 Main Street Gloucester (978) 515-7646 goodlinensstudio.com

Harbor Loop Gifts Peggy Huff 1 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-3060 Hold Fast Company Deanna Fay Gloucester (781) 910-1345 holdfasthandcrafts.com

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SHOPPING House of the Raven Theo Taminiau 141 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-1624

Lobster Trap Gifts Enza Iacono P.O. Box 207 Gloucester (978) 479-6907

houseoftheraven.com

lobstertrapgifts.com

Katie’s Gift Shop Cathy Cahill 3 Mt. Pleasant Street Rockport (978) 546-9018

Lula’s Pantry Brett Roeske 5 Dock Square Rockport (978) 546-0010

La Provence Dawn Noble 4 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-5868 laprov.com

The Last Resort Denise Attwood 48 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-5056 thelastresortrkpt.com

lulaspantry.com

Pauline’s Gift Shop Pauline Bresnahan 512 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5558 paulinesgifts.com

Sea Meadow Gifts & Gardens Georgeanne Richards 7 Main Street Essex (978) 768-3441

Tuck’s Candy & Gifts Laurie Tuck 15 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-6352

Village Silversmith— Bearskin Neck Neyla Bajoras 20 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 283-8811

seameadowgifts.com

tuckscandy.com

villagesilversmith.net

Inspired by nature. Five rooms filled with locally made and handcrafted gifts. Garden sculptures and accents. Shuttle Press & Bindery Dana Robinson (860) 912-8512 shuttlepressbindery.com

Sea Bags Allison Killeen 13A Bearskin Neck Rockport (207) 939-3783

Soulstice— Nature’s Body Art Valerie Doyon 1 Tuna Wharf Rockport (781) 589-8230

seabags.com

SoulsticeShop.com

JEWELRY James Russell Goldsmiths Jamie Russell 17 Bearskin Neck Rockport (978) 546-1695 Top Dog Studio Charles Crowley 19 Biskie Head Point Gloucester (978) 282-9532 topdogstudio.com

Village Silversmith Neyla Bajoras 27 Dock Square Rockport (978) 283-8811 villagesilversmith.net

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Village Silversmith— Gloucester Neyla Bajoras 138 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-8811 villagesilversmith.net

TOY STORES Happy Whale Lisa Gove 59 Bearskin Neck, Rockport (978) 546-6331 Toodeloos! and Island Art & Hobby Susan Boyé 142 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-2011 toodeloos.com

VINTAGE/THRIFT/ CONSIGNMENT Fireflies Boutique Stacey Albano 100 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-1379 facebook.com/ firefliesboutiqueonmain

Forget-Me-Not Consignment Shop Barbara Peterson 28 Market Street Ipswich (978) 356-3211 Second Glance Thrift Store Marcia Hubbard 2 Pond Road Gloucester (978) 283-4298 foodpantry.org

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SERVICES ACCOUNTING/ BOOKKEEPING/ TAX PREPARATION Anthony & Dodge, P.C. Brenda Hiltz 227 Willow Street, Suite 1-1 South Hamilton (978) 468-7338 anthonydodge.com

Providing solid value and exceptional service to the North Shore for over 60 years. Babson and Company Matthew Babson 225 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-7010 babsonandcompany.com

Balbo Bookkeeping & Accounting LLC Mary Lou Balbo P.O. Box 1345 Gloucester (978) 479-2524 balbobooks.com

Chalmers & Associates, CPAs Donald E. Chalmers, CPA 30 Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-5764 Ebenezer Tax and Services Blanca Lopez 11 Pleasant Street Suite 44 Gloucester (781) 876-1064 ebenezertaxservices.com

Harvey & Martin, PLLC Jodi Anselmo 38 Pleasant Street #1 Gloucester (978) 283-2224 hmpccpa.com

Horvitz & Frisch, P.C. Howard Frisch, CPA 128 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-2639 horvitzfrisch.com

Serving Cape Ann for over 30 years. Jeffrey Toye, CPA Jeffrey Toye, CPA 8 Norman Avenue Magnolia (978) 525-3717 Johnson O’Connor Stephen Feron 101 Edgewater Drive Suite 210 Wakefield (781) 914-3400 johnsonoconnor.com

Justine E. Laurie CPA PC Justine Laurie 10 Seeall Street Gloucester (978) 381-3024 justineelauriecpa.com

McCarthy & Company, Inc. Frank McCarthy 35 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-5770 Philpott, Doyle & Company P.C. Tim Philpott 85 Eastern Avenue Suite 206 Gloucester (978) 283-4100 pdccpa.com

AMBULANCE SERVICES Beauport Ambulance Service, Inc. John Morris 19-R Pond Road Gloucester (978) 281-6955 beauportambulanceservice.com

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APARTMENT RENTALS Harbor View Realty Trust Maureen Malloy P.O. Box 480 Gloucester (978) 282-7647

APPLIANCE REPAIRS 1st Choice Appliance Repair LLC Rose Luciano Gloucester (978) 675-6052 1stchoiceappliancerepair.com

Cape Ann Appliance Repair Walter Papalegis 47 Squam Hill Road Rockport (978) 836-0872 capeannappliancerepair.com

Marblehead Appliance Service Inc. Steve and Louise Seay 5 Hickory Hill Road Manchester-by-the-Sea (781) 631-9700 marbleheadappliance.com

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN J.S. Dugger, AIA & Associates John Dugger 25 Beach Road Gloucester (978) 618-3391 jsdaia.com

Olson Lewis Architects Seth Morrissey 17 Elm Street Manchester by the Sea (978) 526-4386 olsonlewis.com

ATTORNEYS Babson Law Office, PLLC Annalei M. Babson, Esq. 58 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 283-5759

Eliason Law Office, LLC Deborah Eliason 63 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 283-7432 eliasonlawoffice.com

Law Office of Mark L. Nestor Mark Nestor P.O. Box 5357 Gloucester (978) 283-7117 Metaxas Brown Pidgeon, LLP Rus Brown 900 Cummings Center Suite 207T Beverly (978) 927-8000

Beauport Law, LLC Priscilla Malboeuf 59 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-0812

Farrell Smith O’Connell LLP Liam O’Connell 46 Middle Street Second Floor Gloucester (978) 744-8918 x18

beauportlaw.com

fsofirm.com

CannonMurrayLaw, LLC Bridget Murray 85 Eastern Avenue Suite 301 Gloucester (978) 989-9999

Frontiero Law Office, P.C. Sal Frontiero 46 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 283-2850

Morse Stacey Friends CityPoint 480 Totten Pond Road, 4th floor Waltham (781) 622-5930

frontierolaw.com

morse.law

Guerin Law John Guerin 5 Martin Street Essex (978) 768-3330

Orlando & Associates Joseph Orlando, Esq. One Western Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-8100

babsonlawoffice.com

cannonmurraylaw.com

Cape Ann Business Law, P.C. Meredith Fine 46 Middle Street Suite 2 Gloucester (978) 515-7224 capeannlegal.com

Cape Ann Law Robert L. Visnick, Esq. 45 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-2525 capeannlaw.com

Cunningham & Cunningham J.D. Cunningham, III, Esq. 59 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-0006 Egan Law Center Lindsey Egan 49 Union Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 225-0765 eganlawcenter.com

guerinlaw.com

Kline, Gardner & O’Connor, P.C. Elizabeth O’Connor 96 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 283-3840 Lance Law LLC Andrea Lance 36 Union Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 704-9223 lancelawmass.com

Law Office of Edwin T. Holmes Edwin Holmes 146 South Street Rockport (978) 546-3478 The Law Offices of Kenneth M. Chiarello, LLC Kenneth Chiarello 108 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 594-8744

metaxasbrown.com

orlandoassociates.com

Ruberto, Israel, & Weiner, P.C. Roger Smerage 255 State Street 7th Floor Boston (617) 742-4200 riw.com

Schlichte & Johnstone, P.C. Catherine Schlichte 14 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 283-1413 schlichtelawoffice.com

Seaside Legal Solutions, P.C. Joel Favazza 123 Main Street Suite 301 Gloucester (978) 627-4500 seasidelegal.com

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SERVICES A UTO SALES & SERVICE Automotive Electronics Inc. John Dullea 245 Western Avenue Essex (978) 325-4000 East Coast Tire Peter Foster 107 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-1131 eastcoasttire.com

Elite Autosports LLC John Vieira 27 Kondelin Road, Unit 2 Gloucester (978) 968-8770 elite-autosports.com

Ernie’s Service Station Ernie Nieberle 8 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6081

Family Car Care Richard Paone 30 Pond Road Gloucester (978) 281-2500 (888) 3-FAMILY

Lyon-Waugh Auto Group Cidalia Schwartz 7 Centennial Drive Peabody (978) 532-8312

familycarcare.com

lyonwaugh.com

Gaybrook Garage Mike Crowley 152 Western Avenue Essex (978) 768-6381 gaybrookgarage.com

Preferred Auto Body Steve Lambert 7 Pond Road Gloucester (978) 283-2008

Gloucester Auto Body & Sales Paul Buccheri 55 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-2442

Sandy Bay Service Center, Inc. Jack Porter 245 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-7782

Gloucester Ave. Truck & Auto Repair, Inc. Adam Scott 43 Gloucester Avenue Gloucester (978) 282-0600

Scott’s Auto Clinic Scott Savory 6 Scotts Way Essex (978) 768-7595

gloucesteravetruckandauto.com

Standley’s Garage Dave Hersey 2 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-4906 Sudbay—Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Inc. Tim Sullivan 29 Causeway Street Gloucester (978) 283-4600 sudbay.com

Sudbay— Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, GMC, Inc. Brad Sudbay 88 Causeway Street Gloucester (978) 283-4730 sudbay.com

Tony Tally Auto Sales, Inc. Tony Taliadoros 209 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-3331

BANKING & MORTGAGES

Brookline Bank— Danvers Paul Lewan 107 High Street Danvers (978) 716-1250

BankGloucester Patrick Thorpe 160 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-8200

brooklinebank.com

bankgloucester.com

Start here, get there with BankGloucester. BankGloucester— Essex Branch Michele French 15 Martin Street Essex (978) 283-8200 x301 bankgloucester.com

Start here, get there with BankGloucester. BankGloucester— Ipswich Branch Michele French 143 High Street Ipswich (978) 283-8200 bankgloucester.com

Start here, get there with BankGloucester.

Brookline Bank— Essex Heidi Jackson Dean 8 Martin Street Essex (978) 768-7372 brooklinebank.com

Brookline Bank— Gloucester Paul Lewan 207 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-9400 brooklinebank.com

Brookline Bank— Ipswich Glenn Boutchie 31 Market Street Ipswich (978) 356-3700 brooklinebank.com

SHAPING THE FUTURE At Applied Materials, our innovations make possible the technology shaping the future — a future made brighter by a strong local community. Follow us on Twitter @Applied4Good

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Cape Ann Savings Bank—Gloucester Marianne Smith 109 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-0246 (888) 283-2272 capeannsavings.bank

Local people. Local banking. Local commitment since 1846. Trust will be: It all starts with a conversation! Cape Ann Savings Bank—Granite Branch Clare MacDonald 247 Main Street Rockport (978) 546-7185 capeannsavings.bank

Local people. Local banking. Local commitment since 1846. Trust will be: It all starts with a conversation! Cape Ann Savings Bank— Manchester Branch Ken Davis 17 Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7122 capeannsavings.bank

Local people. Local banking. Local commitment since 1846. Trust will be: It all starts with a conversation!

Cross Country Mortgage— Katherine McNally Katherine McNally 85 Eastern Avenue Suite 205 Gloucester (978) 879-9313

Gloucester Merchants Association Joseph Ciolino C/O The Weathervane 153 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-1227

Essex Merchants Group Donna Roy P.O. Box 680 Essex (978) 768-7039

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rockportmortgage.com

gloucesterdowntownassociation.org

visitessexma.com

Institution for Savings Mary Anne Clancy 93 State Street P.O. Box 510 Newburyport (978) 462-3106 institutionforsavings.com

Institution for Savings—Beverly Almiris Verga 4 Colon Street Beverly (978) 921-1282 institutionforsavings.com

Institution for Savings— Gloucester Lori Rostkowski 4 Parker Street Gloucester (978) 282-0007

Discover the world of arts, entertainment, & accommodations at Endicott College Manninen Center for the Arts Cultural Resource for the North Shore

institutionforsavings.com

Institution for Savings—Rockport King Street Maria Medina 37 King Street Rockport (978) 546-7405 institutionforsavings.com

Cape Ann Savings Trust and Financial Services John Brennan 109 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-7079 capeannsavings.bank

raymonddamico.com

Cross Country Mortgage Michele Cooper 180 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-7909

BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS

TD Bank— Gloucester Melissa Sanders 2 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 282-1200

mcnallyteam.com

Mortgage Network, Inc.— Ray D’Amico (MA,ME & NH) Raymond D’Amico 99 Conifer Hill Drive Danvers (978) 705-3228

The financial way forward starts with a conversation.

Rockport Mortgage Corporation Diane Souza 17 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 283-9208

Featuring music, dance, theater, art exhibits, and more on Endicott’s beautiful campus.

endicott.edu/centerforthearts

Misselwood Events Historic Oceanfront Estate Offering unique events like outdoor concerts and the Concours d’Elegance auto show, plus meeting and wedding spaces.

misselwood.com

Wylie Inn & Conference Center 10-acre Oceanfront Property Featuring a 91-room inn, quaint cafe, modern conference center, and the historic Tupper Manor—perfect for weddings.

wyliecenter.com

People’s United Bank Deborah Kwong 11 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-9151 peoples.com/peoples

376 Hale Street Beverly, Mass.

northshorehomeloans.com

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SERVICES North Shore Chamber of Commerce Karen Andreas 5 Cherry Hill Drive Suite 100 Danvers northshorechamber.org

BUSINESS SERVICES Artfluence Jay and Lynne Havighurst P.O. Box 289 Essex (978) 768-3600

Comcast Business Class Stuart Polychronopoulos 92 Glenn Street Lawrence (978) 376-1624

Infintech Matt Valego 4455 Carver Woods Drive Suite 101 Cincinnati, OH (270) 683-3475

business.comcast.com

infintechllc.com/capeann

Dependable Benefits Advising Heidi Herdman (978) 335-6658

Integrated Human Resources, Inc. Laurie LaBrie 500 Cummings Center Suite 1550 Beverly (978) 969-0041

dependablebenefitsadvising.com

Easy Ship & Pack Amy Tucker 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4641

artfluence.com

Business Transition Academy, Inc. Jane Johnson 53 Grapevine Road Gloucester (844) 469-3948

integratedhrteam.com

Wheelhouse Cowork LLC Nathaniel Cahill 189 Main Street Suite 3 Gloucester (617) 331-1639

easyshipandpack.com

First Class Processing, Inc Joseph DiPietro 99 Conifer Hill Drive Danvers (978) 766-0257

BusinessTransitionAcademy.com

wheelhousework.com

Workplace Elemental Technologies James Levin P.O. Box 335 Gloucester (860) 471-9809 go4wettech.com

CAR WASH Maplewood Car Wash Steven Milan 50 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-1220 maplewoodcarwash.com

Cape Ann’s only full-service car wash and detail center. No appointments necessary, satisfaction guaranteed!

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CELEBRANT Life Seasons Ceremonies: Rose Sheehan, Life-Cycle Celebrant Rose Sheehan Gloucester (978) 879-6826 lifeseasonsceremonies.com

C HILDREN’S PLAY SPACE Reptile Circus Paul Larosa (617) 407-7533 reptilecircus.net

CHIMNEY SWEEPS The Country Sweep Adam Richardson Gloucester (603) 387-8716

Footie’s Chimney Sweep, Inc. Deborah Frontiero 4 Wiley Street Gloucester (978) 281-5194

CHURCHES & SYNAGOGUES First Baptist Church of Rockport Matthew Wigton 4 High Street Rockport (978) 546-6121 firstbaptistrockport.org

First Congregational Church of Essex Timothy Ziegenhals 39 Main Street Essex (978) 768-7855 fccoe.org

thecountrysweep.com

MASSACHUSETTS Within a 45 minute radius of Gloucester, visit area cities and towns, offering coastal scenic beauty, historic & cultural sites, world-class entertainment, water activities, unique shopping and plenty of fresh seafood.

Salisbury Haverhill

Newburyport

Cape Ann

Visit NorthofBoston.org for a free travel guide & map.

Get Out & Explore! Cape Ann to Salem 20 miles, 30 minutes

Cape Ann to Newburyport 23 miles, 43 minutes

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First Congregational Church of Rockport Derek van Gulden 12 School Street Rockport (978) 546-6638 rockportucc.org

First Parish Church Congregational Mark Boyea 10 Central Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7661

North Shore Bible Church Jack Brown 65 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-3539 northshorebiblechurch.com

Temple Ahavat Achim Steven Lewis 86 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 281-0739 taagloucester.org

firstparishchurch.org

Judah’s Roar Church/Eagle & Dove Ministries Donna Milham 436 Washington Street (public meetings) P.O. Box 7094 (Mailing address) Gloucester (978) 283-9111 eagledove.com

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICES/PRODUCTS A-1 Maintenance & Carpet Cleaning, Inc. Ronald Goulart 22 Hammond Street Gloucester (978) 281-0975

AFC Cleaning Tony Furtado (978) 548-7288 CleanPro Inc. Keith Martell 18 Sargent Street Gloucester (978) 281-3939 cpcleanpro.com

Luzi’s Cleaning Marcio Da Costa 10 Witham Street Gloucester (978) 282-7305 luziscleaning.com

R + B Carpet Cleaning Ronda Middleton 18R Whittemore Street Gloucester (978) 828-9136

Steve Jamieson Window Cleaning Stephen Jamieson 5 Wolf Hill Summit Gloucester (978) 879-9285 stevejamiesonwindowcleaning.com

Cape Ann Community Foundation Ruth Pino 24 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-1601 lovecapeann.com

C OMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Backyard Growers Lara Lepionka 3 Duncan Street Gloucester (978) 281-0480 backyardgrowers.org

Cape Ann Art Haven Traci Corbett 180B Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-3888 arthaven.org

Love Cape Ann? Love to visit Cape Ann? Get a Cape Ann License Plate! Cape Ann YMCA Tim Flaherty 7 Gloucester Crossing Gloucester (978) 283-0470 northshoreymca.org

The Cornerstone Creative Adam Quinn 27 Commercial Street Rear Gloucester (978) 290-8865 thecornerstonecreative.org

Dusky Foundation Linzee Coolidge 19 Mussel Point Way Gloucester (978) 283-0573 Essex County Community Foundation Beth Francis 175 Andover Street Danvers (978) 777-8876 eccf.org

Essex County Greenbelt Association Cathy Lanois 82 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-7241 ecga.org

Essex Lions Club Ann Wright P.O. Box 308 Essex (978) 768-7338 essexmalions.com/home.html

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SERVICES Essex National Heritage Area Anya Wilczynski 10 Federal Street Suite 12 Salem (978) 740-0444

Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association Angela Sanfilippo 2 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 821-1590

Massachusetts Fishermen’s Partnership Angela Sanfilippo 2 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 282-4847

essexheritage.org

gfwa.org

mass-fish.org

Fishbox Derby, Inc. Victor Aniedo c/o Amvets 14 Prospect Street Gloucester (978) 283-1909

Gloucester Fishing Community Preservation Fund, Inc. Vito Giacalone 10 Witham Street Gloucester (978) 281-1770

Northeast Seafood Coalition Jacqueline Odell 1 Blackburn Center 2nd Floor Gloucester (978) 283-9992

Gloucester Forum Andree Robert Gloucester (978) 290-2360

Ocean Alliance Iain Kerr 32 Horton Street Gloucester (978) 281-2814

fishboxderby.org

Fishing Partnership Support Service J.J. Bartlett 2 Blackburn Center Gloucester (617) 928-3443 fishingpartnership.org

Generous Gardeners, Inc. Susan Kelly 101 Western Avenue Gloucester (781) 346-1363 generousgardeners.org

Gloucester Celebrations, Inc. Bruce Tobey Gloucester 400 P.O. Box 603 Gloucester (978) 282-0001 gloucesterma400.org

Gloucester Education Foundation Aria McElhenny 185 Main Street Suite 1-2A Gloucester (978) 282-5550 thinkthebeStreetorg

Gloucester Fishermen Athletic Association Tim Philpott P.O. Box 3010 Gloucester (781) 942-2950 gloucesterathletics.org

Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation, Inc. Dick Prouty 10 Church Street Gloucester (978) 281-2714 gloucestermeetinghouse.org

Harborlight Community Partners Bethany Blake 283 Elliot Street Beverly (978) 922-1305 harborlightcp.org

Hook A Cure Pat Morris Gloucester (978) 815-2170 hookacure.org

Manchester Community Center Kim Kaner 40 Harbor Point Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7626 manchestercommunitycenter.org

Manchester-Essex Rotary Club Michael Storella P.O. Box 403 Manchester-by-the-Sea (781) 710-2475 manchesteressexrotary.org

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northeastseafoodcoalition.org

whale.org

Pathways for Children Eric Mitchell, MPA, MS 29 Emerson Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-2400 pw4c.org

Project Adventure Caitlin McCormick Small 719 Cabot Street Beverly (800) 468-8898 pA.org

Reforest The Tropics Harry Hintlian 28G Cottrell Avenue Mystic, CT (978) 430-7500 reforestthetropics.org

Rockport Garden Club Lisa Simms P.O. Box 712 Rockport (978) 609-0738 rockportgardenclub.org

Rockport New Year’s Eve Geof Lyon P.O. Box 790 Rockport rockportnye.org

Rockport Rotary Club Rob Audano P.O. Box 54 Rockport rockportrotary.org

Rotary Club of Gloucester Jon Morse P.O. Box 1228 Gloucester (978) 281-2443 x-230 gloucesterrotary.us

Seaside Sustainability, Inc. Eric Magers 7 Marchant Street Gloucester (978) 381-3302 seasidesustainability.org

Spiran Lodge 98 Herman Lilja P.O. Box 98 Rockport (978) 546-3638 vasarockport.com

St. Peter’s Fiesta, Inc. Joe Novello 35 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-5770 The Sunrise Fund, Inc. Jackie Latham Gloucester (978) 317-2383

Slingshot Information Systems, Inc. Stan Patey 51 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-3571 x101

SCORE Bart Schick Cape Ann Savings Bank— Granite Branch 247 Main Street Rockport (978) 979-3601

slingshotis.com

scorenemass.org

Sostratus Erika Andrews 85 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 865-4607

Signature HR Solutions Denise Pendleton 7 Leighton Court Gloucester (508) 843-2447

sostratus.net

signaturehrsolutions.com

Tiny Planet Computer Steven Day 50 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-3456

William J. Funk Procurement Consulting Services Bill Funk 74 East Main Street, Unit 2 Gloucester (857) 919-1039 Offering support plus guidance for bidding on state and city contracts.

tinyplanetcomputer.com

CONSULTANTS Accelerate Consulting, LLC Steve Sienkiewicz Gloucester (714) 360-7777

CONTRACTORS/ BUILDING SUPPLIES

accelerate-sales.com

Gloucester Innovation, LLC Richard Upton 8 Hesperus Circle Gloucester (781) 439-5359

Alan Battistelli Building Contractors, Inc. Erin Battistelli 57 Phillips Avenue Rockport (978) 546-7103

gloucesterinnovation.com

alanbattistelli.com

COMPUTERS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

LCHARP Consulting, LLC Linda Charpentier 4 Saint Joseph Lane Gloucester (978) 239-0702

Balsam Technologies, Inc. Stephen Sirois 12 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 281-3339

Michelle Kempskie Consulting Michelle Kempskie 36R Story Street Essex (781) 820-7440

balsamtech.com

mkopconsult.com

Cape Ann Communications Lucinda Seigel 183 Main Street Gloucester (617) 901-3805

The O I C Leadership Team Jonathan Golding 201 Atlantic Road Gloucester (978) 808-1910

capeanncomm.com

oicnonprofit.com

thesunrisefund.com

Araneo Landworks, Inc. Matt Araneo 17 Kondelin Road Suite 6 Gloucester (978) 265-4340 araneolandworks.com

B.A. Ramsey Associates Inc./ Ramsey Marine & Dock Brett Ramsey 16 Brierwood Street Gloucester (978) 479-0596

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Bay View Builders, Inc. Doug Millen Beaver Dam Road, Suite 1 Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-8161 bayviewbuilders.com

Bill Elwell & Associates, Inc. William Elwell 19 Wallace Road Rockport (978) 546-8021 Building Center Tim Huff 1 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-3060 bcgloucester.com

Cape Ann Handywoman Rebecca Borden Gloucester (202) 329-9549 capeannhandywoman.com

Carpenter and MacNeille Architects and Builders, Inc. Michael Gray 106 Western Avenue Essex (978) 768-7900 carpentermacneille.com

Cazeault Solar & Home Tim Sanborn 103 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4625 cazeaultsolarhome.com

Cape Ann’s only Master Elite roofer and Solar Elite contractor. 98% A customer rating! Charles Construction Company Inc. Alex Matses 200 Sutton Street North Andover (978) 686-9526 charlesconstructioncompany.com

Coast Construction Enzo Dimaio 4 High Popples Road Gloucester (978) 836-8586

Cooper Associates Richard Cooper 12 Summer Street Court Rockport (978) 546-3615 Copp Home Improvement Mike Coppoa 9 Hodgkins Road Rockport (978) 412-2136 coppcan.com

Costello Construction & Remodeling, Inc. Sean Costello 185 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 768-7015 costelloconstruction.us

E.C. Akerley Corporation Edward Akerley 20 Kondelin Road Gloucester (978) 281-4450 akerleydrillandblast.com

Elinskas Enterprises Corp. Larry Elinskas 6 Dean Road Rockport (978) 239-6516 F.W. Webb Company Ben Kenausis 51 Great Republic Drive Gloucester (978) 283-7800

We build trust. We build relationships. We build houses.

fwwebb.com

Fitzgerald’s Plastering Brian Fitzgerald 2 Poole’s Terrace Rockport (978) 290-1245 fitzgeraldsplastering.com

Geoffrey H. Richon Company, Inc. Geoffrey Richon 19 Duncan Street Gloucester (978) 283-6063 ghrichon.com

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SERVICES Giacalone Contracting Tony Giacalone 8 Edgewood Road Gloucester (978) 491-9013 Grand Banks Building Products Ryan Banks 7 Crafts Road Gloucester (978) 281-2421

Morris Home Services Russell Morris 7 Knowlton Square Gloucester (978) 815-1166 morrishomeservices.com

Neville Ross Builders Neville Ross Gloucester (978) 290-9576

grandbanksbp.com

nevilleross.build

Hammer-In-Hand Roger Norris 17 Pleasant Street Rockport (978) 546-3914

North Shore Builders Jackie Costanzo 7 Parker Street Rockport (978) 546-2055

HRM Group LLC Michael Salmon 4 Haskell Street Gloucester (978) 423-5727 hrmhome.net

J. Doyle Backhoe Service Jim Doyle 92 High Street Rockport (978) 283-8558 Jim Ketchopulos & Sons Excavating Contractors, LLC George Ketchopulos 38 School Street Rockport (978) 546-6137 Jim Knowlton & Son Jim Knowlton 42 Curtis Street Rockport (978) 869-9975 Joset Corporation Eric and Irene Josephson 27-A Hayward Street Ipswich (978) 356-0122 joset.com

Manchester Ace Hardware Allan Houle 35R Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-4000

The Original Boston Fence Frank Biscardi 110 Park Street Beverly (978) 236-4001 (800) 585-7753 bostonfenceandvinyl.com

Payne/Bouchier Fine Builders Lee Reid 173 Norfolk Avenue Boston (617) 445-4323 paynebouchier.com

Poole Construction Company Stan Poole 1 Farm Lane Rockport (978) 546-7120 Precision Roofing Services of N.E., Inc. Tony Corrao 35 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 281-3340 precisionroofing.us

Precision Snowplowing & Sanding Tony Corrao 35 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 281-3340 precisionroofing.us

Ray Hamilton Trucking & Excavation Ray Hamilton 6 Lawrence Mountain Road Gloucester (978) 360-9412 rayhamiltoninc.com

Salah & Son Builders LLC Brian Salah Gloucester (978) 281-0834 Salem Architectural Woodworking, LLC Paul Guido 21 Kettle Cove Lane, Suite B-11 Gloucester (978) 815-9830 salemwoodworking.net

Smith Ace Hardware & Lumber Jay Smith 3 Station Square Rockport (978) 546-2229 facebook.com/ smithacehardwarelumber

Timberline Enterprises, LLC Chris Costello 4 Pond Road Gloucester (978) 283-0195

COPIERS & EQUIPMENT Eastern Copy Fax, Inc. Tony Loiacano 42 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 768-3808 easterncopyfax.com

COUNSELING Annette Dion— Tarot & Past Life Readings Annette Dion 114 Main Street Suite 207 Gloucester (978) 239-3586 annettedion.com

Children’s Friend & Family Services Renee Johnston Blackburn Center 3&4 Gloucester (978) 283-7198 childrensfriend.net

treehousedesigninc.com

WORKS By Jesse DeBenedictis Jesse DeBenedictis 90 Park Street Beverly (978) 216-0022 worksbyjd.com

Design-build home remodeling and construction backed by 20 years of experience and a five year warranty.

MinaDentalCare.com

Soheil Samiei, D.M.D., P.C. Soheil Samiei 9A Dr. Osman Babson Road Gloucester (978) 281-3772 gloucesterdental.com

D RY CLEANERS/ LAUNDRY Nor’east Cleaners Art Buckland 6 Thatcher Road Gloucester 15 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 283-4545 (978) 526-4266 noreastcleaners.com

EDUCATION & TRAINING Endicott College Bryan Cain 376 Hale Street Beverly (978) 232-2321

emilydebenedictis.com

endicott.edu

DENTAL Aspen Dental Justine Healey 501 Gloucester Crossing Road Gloucester (978) 675-2399 aspendental.com/gloucester

David Harrison, DMD David Harrison 222 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-4500 Harbor Cove Dental Angela Donovan 123 Main Street, Suite 2 Gloucester (978) 865-3360 harborcovedental.com

Harborlight Montessori Nichole Schrafft 243 Essex Street Beverly (978) 922-1008 engageyourworld.org

Manchester Essex Regional School District Superintendent Pamela Beaudoin 36 Lincoln Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-4919 mersd.org

Emily DeBenedictis, Art Therapy Emily DeBenedictis 33 Commercial Street 2nd Floor Gloucester (978) 515-0403

tlumber.com

Treehouse Design, Inc. Timothy Thurman 31 Poole’s Lane Rockport (978) 546-8302

Mina Dental Associates Alexis Barry 94 Prospect Street Gloucester (978) 283-1692 (978) 777-5556

Enterprise Center at Salem State University Laura Swanson 121 Loring Avenue Salem (978) 542-7528 enterprisectr.org

Essex Technical High School Heidi Riccio 565 Maple Street Hathorne (978) 304-4700 essextech.net

Gloucester Public Schools Superintendent Ben Lummis 6 School House Road Blackburn Circle Gloucester (978) 281-9800

North Shore Workforce Investment Board Mary Sarris 70 Washington Street, Suite 314 Salem (978) 741-3805 masshire-northshorewb.com

Rockport Public Schools Superintendent Robert Liebow 24 Jerden’s Lane Rockport (978) 546-1200 rpk12.org

Scatterday’s Driving School David Scatterday 85 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 282-8205 scatterdaysdrivingschool.com

Small Business Development Center—Salem State University Walter Manninen Small Business Devel Center 121 Loring Avenue Salem (978) 542-6343, ext. 2 sbdc.salemstate.edu

University of Massachusetts Amherst Gloucester Marine Station Katherine Kahl 932 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 865-3472 umass.edu/ses/gloucestermarine-station

gloucesterschools.com

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Waring School Laura Bitler 35 Standley Street Beverly (978) 927-8793 waringschool.org

Ellis Electrical Contractors, Inc. Carol Rose Ellis 7 Madison Avenue Gloucester (978) 491-5915 elliselectricalinc.com

ELECTRICIANS Bruce Rowell Electrician Bruce Rowell 12 Oakland Avenue Rockport (978) 546-6770 Cranston Electric Inc. Anne Burus 10–12 Cleveland Place Gloucester (978) 283-6777 cranstonelectric.net

Dana Alarm & Electric, Inc. Joe Olsen 7 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 282-3262

Fisher & George Electric Company Timothy Fisher 6 Kernwood Street Beverly (978) 922-0675 Gray Electrical Service, Inc. Kevin Gray P.O. Box 3009 Gloucester (978) 282-1569 Jerry Noble Electricians, Inc. Steve Noble 242 Main Street P.O. Box 860 Gloucester (978) 283-0750

Manchester Electric, LLC Daniel Houde P.O. Box 225 Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-1194 manchesterelectricllc.com Peter S. Albano Electric, LLC Peter Albano 7 Winterhaven Road Gloucester (978) 836-6161 albanoelectric.com

ENERGY & UTILITIES Cazeault Solar & Home Tim Sanborn 103 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4625 cazeaultsolarhome.com

Cape Ann’s Only Master Elite roofer and Solar Elite contractor. 98% A customer rating!

RDM Electric, Inc. Ryan Moore 89A High Street Rockport (978) 381-3011

Energy Source LLC Crystal Hamlin 1 Park Drive Suite 15 Westford (781) 281-2942

rdmelectricinc.com

energysource.com

National Grid Joe Muraco 1101 Turnpike Street North Andover (800) 322-3223 nationalgridus.com

nobleelectriciansinc.com

Taylor Scott, 4th Generation

Bill Scott, 3rd Generation

Scott Energy Company, Inc. Bill Scott 43 Gloucester Avenue Gloucester (978) 526-4929 (800) 736-4929 scottenergyco.com

Heating oil, propane, heating and cooling system installation and service.

FINANCIAL & RETIREMENT PLANNING Ameriprise Financial Services John Thompson, CFP, CLU 4 Ruthern Way Rockport (978) 546-6429

BankGloucester Patrick Thorpe 160 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-8200 bankgloucester.com

Start here, get there with BankGloucester. Beauport Financial Services David McKechnie 3 Heritage Way Suite 2 Gloucester (978) 283-0748 beauportfinancial.com

Cape Ann Capital Jim Jasinski 13 Woodcrest Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7541 capeanncapital.com

ameriprise.com

Atlantis Investments, LLC Jonathan Cody (978) 767-0081

Adam Scott, 4th Generation

Keeping Cape Ann’s homes comfortable for four generations. Heating Oil, Propane, Heating & Cooling System Installation and Service

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SERVICES Cape Ann Savings Trust and Financial Services John Brennan 109 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-7079 capeannsavings.bank

You have questions, we have answers. It all starts with a conversation. Cerundolo Investment Research Guy Cerundolo 60 Beach Street Rockport (617) 257-6172

FLOORING Cape Ann Floor Covering & Ceramic Tile Center Mike Reynolds 43 Gloucester Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-9990 capeannfloorcovering.com

Glover’s Floor Coverings, Inc. Mark Glover 18 Whittemore Street Gloucester (978) 283-3940 gloversfloors.com

cerundoloresearch.com

FOOD WHOLESALE

The Hamilton Group Tom Burger 900 Cummings Center, Suite 201U Beverly (978) 279-9100

Bliss Bites Erina McWilliam-Lopez Gloucester (978) 406-1601

thehamiltongroup.com

Hayden Financial Group, LLC Alyson Basso 35 Village Road, Suite 100 Middleton (781) 608-5140 haydenfinancialgroup.com

Horvitz & Frisch, P.C. Howard Frisch, CPA 128 Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-2639 horvitzfrisch.com

Serving Cape Ann for over 30 years. Noble Financial Group Lucas Noble 301 Edgewater Place, Suite 200 Wakefield (781) 876-4190 noblefinancialgroupllc.com

Rule Financial Services Diane Rule 5 Haskell Street Gloucester (978) 502-5324

blissbitesco.com

Lark Fine Foods Bob Carroll 8 Scott’s Way Essex (978) 768-0012 larkfinefoods.com

H  AIR SALONS, BARBER SHOPS, & BEAUTY SERVICES Beauté Therapies Medical Spa Susan MacPherson 199 Western Avenue Unit A Essex (561) 653-3399 beautetherapies.com

Blackbear Barbershop Ryan Foote 260 Main Street Gloucester facebook.com/TheBlackBear BarbershopGloucester

Cove Aesthetics and Care Jennifer Gilligan 13 Elm Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 239-0222 Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant Caitlin Kreitman Pszenny Gloucester (339) 788-1994

Campbell Funeral Home Stacy Goodhue Sabia 61 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 283-0884 campbellfuneral.com

James C. Greely Funeral Service, Inc. James C. Greely 212 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-0698 greelyfuneralhome.com

Mount Pleasant Memorials Julie Nicastro 150 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-7841

rulefinancialservices.com

Angel Wings Wellness Andrea Loughlin 12 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 515-7767 angelwingswellness.life

Beauport Hearing Care Judi Hodge Bergeron, BC-HIS, CDP 8 Lexington Avenue Magnolia (978) 525-2300 beauporthearing.com

Hearing testing, hearing aids and repairs, tinnitus care, brain hearing rehabilitation, custom-fit hearing protection. Cape Ann Botanical Carla Villa 8 Central Street Ipswich (978) 356-3493 capeannbotanicals.com

Nailgic My Tran 315 Gloucester Crossing Road Gloucester (978) 559-7900

Cape Ann Cannabis Carla Villa 300 Newburyport Turnpike Unit 1 Rowley (978) 948-7070

nailgic.com

capeanncannabis.com

Salon Amara Ashley Zerilli 133 Main Street Gloucester (978) 865-3289

Glo Therapy Massage @ Positive Progressive People Lauren Riley Gove 186 Main Street Suite 37 Gloucester (978) 879-8136

marykay.com/Caitlin.Kreitman

FUNERAL SERVICES

HEALTH & WELLNESS SERVICES

salon-amara.com

Soft Touch Salon Rose Floyd 22 Whittemore Street Gloucester (978) 281-5500 softtouchsalon.com

glo-therapy.com

Gloucester Bio Jeff Beeny 11 Dory Road Gloucester gloucesterbio.com

LifeBloom Massage & Spa Jinyu (Jade) Wang 5C Dr. Osman Babson Road Gloucester (978) 559-7896

NeedyMeds Richard Sagall 50 Whittemore Street Gloucester (978) 281-6666 needymeds.org

Saltwater Massage Studio Gretchen Hill 65 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 390-7600 saltwatermassage.com

Spaulding Outpatient Center Cape Ann Doug Kahn, MSPT 1 Blackburn Drive Gloucester (978) 281-9560 spauldingrehab.org

To Show We Care, Inc. Stephen Tyler 15 Dale Avenue #836 Gloucester (978) 236-8161 toshowwecare.org

H  EATING & AIR CONDITIONING Cape Ann Oil Service Marc Cunningham P.O. Box 1205 Gloucester (978) 281-2087 capeannoil.com

Dynatemp HVAC Contractors, LLC Tom Canillas 149 Western Avenue Essex (978) 282-4658 dynatemphvaccontractors.com

J.M. Walsh Oil Company Janelle Favaloro 6 Cleveland Place Gloucester (978) 283-4815 jmwalshoil.com

Morris Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Russ Hancock 56 Mitchell Road Ipswich (978) 356-9900 morrisheatingandair.com

A+BBB-rated. Ductless systems, plumbing and all heat and A/C services. Energy efficiency and air quality experts. Free estimates. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Old Yankee Fuel Company Bruce Landergren 132 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-6862 oldyankeefuel.com

Paone Mechanical Donald Paone 7 Pond Road Unit B8 Gloucester (978) 282-0145 paonemechanical.com

Preferred Air, Inc. Tom Favazza 424 B Boston Street Topsfield (978) 750-8282 preferredair.com

Rose’s Oil Service, Inc. Frank Rose, Jr. 375 Main Street Gloucester (978) 283-3334 rosesmarine.com

Scott Energy Company, Inc. Bill Scott 43 Gloucester Avenue Gloucester (978) 526-4929 (800) 736-4929 scottenergyco.com

Heating oil, propane, heating and cooling system installation and service.

lifebloommassagespa.com

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Seashore Comfort Solutions Sarah Ingalls 127 Eastern Ave, Bldg 1 Suite 2 Gloucester (978) 381-4224 seashorecomfortsolutions.com

Seasonal Control Robert and Amanda Jobe 10 Cleveland Place Gloucester (978) 281-2530 Todd Oil Tim Rose 15 Railroad Avenue Rockport (978) 546-6652 Townsend Oil Company Deana Patterson 47-R Parker Street Gloucester (978) 281-5795 atlanticdiscountoil.com

H  OUSING & HUMAN SERVICES Action Inc. Peggy Hegarty-Steck 180 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-1000 actioninc.org

Adult Foster Care of the North Shore Cynthia Bjorlie 63 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 281-2612 adultfostercarens.com

Disability Resource Center, Inc. Lisa Orgettas 27 Congress Street Suite 107 Salem (978) 741-0077 disabilityrc.org

Supporting people of all ages living with disabilities to live a full and independent life.

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Gloucester Housing Authority David Houlden 259 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-4770

Viability, Inc. Loretta Mascis 3 Heritage Way Suite 5 Gloucester (978) 879-4246

ghama.com

viability.org

North Shore Health Project Susan Gould Coviello 5 Center Street Gloucester (978) 283-0101

Wellspring House Melissa Dimond 302 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-3558 x 300 wellspringhouse.org

healthproject.org

North Shore United Way, Inc. Alice Ramsey 100 Cummings Center Suite 231C Beverly (978) 922-3966 unitedwaymassbay.org

The Open Door Julie LaFontaine 28 Emerson Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-6776

INSURANCE Babson-Elwell & Davis, Inc. Adele Barratt 44 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 283-1561 babson-elwell-davis.com

Burgin, Platner & Co. Insurance Agency Charlie Powers 100 Cummings Center Suite 425-G Beverly (617) 691-2669

Carroll K. Steele Insurance Agency, Inc.—Gloucester Christian Dexter 32 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 283-5100 (800) 570-9697

bphins.com

cksteele.com

Cape Ann Insurance Agency, a Division of Salem Five Insurance Tony Perry 23 Dale Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-7757 capeanninsurance.com

Ask about insurance for your home, autos and business. Also flood, classic car and valuables.

Bundle home and auto insurance and save up to 35%. Carroll K. Steele Insurance Agency, Inc.—Rockport Jonathan S. Dexter 31 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-3778 (800) 661-4546 cksteele.com

Bundle home and auto insurance and save up to 35%.

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SERVICES Cleaves Insurance Agency, Inc., Member of the Quinn Group Erin Gaffney 214 Eastern Avenue Suite 3 Gloucester (978) 546-3601 G. Everett Mahony Insurance Agency, Inc., Member of the Quinn Group Erin Gaffney 214 Eastern Avenue Unit 3 Gloucester (978) 283-5131 quinngroupins.com

Gove & Feldman Insurance Agency, Inc. Bruce Feldman 124 Main Street Suite 1 Rockport (978) 546-6982 (866) 287-6982 govefeldman.com

John J. Walsh Insurance Toni Hazen 21 Broadway Rockport (978) 546-6734 walshinsurance.com

Leslie S. Ray Insurance Agency David Ray 129 Dodge Street Beverly (978) 927-2600 leslieray.com

Logue Insurance Agency, Inc. Tim Logue 1 Central Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-8444 logueinsurance.com

McWalter Volunteer Insurance Agency Jillian Lukegord 160 Sylvan Street Danvers (978) 369-4313

Prince Insurance Agency Wendy Prendergast 15 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-7314

Right Angle Kitchens & Design Ken Schaefer 175-G New Boston Street Woburn (781) 938-0176

princeinsuranceagency.com

rightanglekitchens.com

Townsend Insurance Group CJ Townsend 586 Hale Street Prides Crossing (978) 766-6607

Smartly Staged Martha Sutyak 12 Ober Street Beverly (978) 239-3947 smartlystaged.com

townsendinsgroup.com

I NTERIOR DESIGN/ KITCHEN & BATH Bonneville Design Lisa Bonneville 68 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-4491

LAND SURVEYS County Land Surveys, Inc. Richard Loud P.O. Box 543 Gloucester (978) 282-0443 countylandsurveys.com

bonnevilledesign.com

Consultation and design for longevity. Guiding clients through spatial changes to safely age at home. Elaine Quinn Interiors Elaine Quinn Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 778-8527 Harborside Interiors Janis Halloran Gloucester (781) 572-0792

LANDSCAPING/TREE SERVICE/GARDEN CENTERS Annisquam Landcare Meghan McCormack 183 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-3323 annisquamlandcare.com

harborsideinteriors.com

Benco Landscaping Inc. Robb Benjamin 14 Brierwood Court Gloucester (978) 283-0190

In Home Design Center Anna Hardy 117 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 504-2054

Cape Ann Tree Service, Inc. Matthew Natti Ten Fernwood Lake Avenue Gloucester (978) 768-7700

inhomedesigncenter.com

Dan Leaman Landscaping & Maintenance Co., Inc. Dan Leaman 12 Great Hill Road Gloucester (978) 283-6196 Essex County Landscape Associates, LLC James Aspesi 14 Parker Street Unit 1 Gloucester (978) 865-3348 eclacorp.com

Garden Concepts Tim Miller Gloucester (978) 283-6389

LIBRARIES Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library Beth Pocock 2 Dale Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-9763

LOCKSMITHS

whitmarshlock.com

facebook.com/pages/category/ Landscape-Company/MLTLandscape-217378701967412

Gloucester Design Nicole Thompson 108–110 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 879-7086 gloucesterdesign.net

Happy Valley Michael Reardon 38 Great Republic Drive Gloucester (978) 515-5600

MAILING & SHIPPING SERVICES

happyvalley.org

Easy Ship & Pack Amy Tucker 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4641

J & L Welding & Machine, Inc. Jeff Amero 19–25 Arthur Street Gloucester (978) 283-3388

easyshipandpack.com

Northeast Process Systems, Inc. Eric Sweet 19 Kettle Cove Lane, Unit C-4 Gloucester (978) 525-3200

MANUFACTURING & PRODUCTION

The Patio Company John Byrne 2 Laurel Lane Essex (978) 468-9793

Americold Logistics Donald Turcotte 1 Rowe Square Gloucester (978) 283-6100

capeanntree.com

thepatiocompanyma.com

americold.com

McCormick Kitchens and Baths Frank McCormick 1161 Broadway Saugus (781) 231-4200

CPC Landscape Contractors Inc. Doug Camp 138 Western Avenue Essex (978) 815-9586

Wolf Hill Home & Garden Center James McKechnie 104 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4480

Anchor Seal Inc Heather Spinney-Laidlaw 54 Great Republic Drive Gloucester (978) 515-6004

mccormick-kitchens.com

cpclandscape.com

wolfhillgardencenter.com

mcwaltervolunteer.com

DBS International, LLC Donna Baker Schwenk 18 High Street Rockport (978) 546-3985

manchesterpl.org

irontreeservice.com

MLT Landscaping Bill Glatfelter 31 Orchard Street Gloucester (978) 360-1367

Davis-Standard Carl Johnson 11 Dory Road Blackburn Industrial Park Gloucester (978) 281-1800

Manchester-bythe-Sea Public Library Sara Collins 15 Union Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7711

Whitmarsh Lock & Safe Bob Whitmarsh 2 Blueberry Lane Gloucester (978) 283-7057

maestranzi.com

cbfisk.com

sawyerfreelibrary.org

Iron Tree Service Jon Cahill 62 Dunham Road Beverly (978) 468-6688 Maestranzi Bros. Jon Cahill 58 Dunham Road Beverly (978) 922-3509

C.B. Fisk, Inc. Michael Kraft 21 Kondelin Road Gloucester (978) 283-1909

nepsi.net

PG Trionic, Inc. Christian Peyla 234 Western Avenue Essex (978) 768-6733 trionicusa.com

anchorseal.com

Applied Materials Peter Justice 35 Dory Road Gloucester (978) 282-2000

Proteus Industries, Inc. R. Douglas Hall 33 Commercial Street Gloucester (978) 281-9545 proteusindustries.com

appliedmaterials.com

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Sonolite Plastics Corporation Jonathan Lawrence 10 Fernwood Lake Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-0662 Sullco, Inc. Richard Sullivan 40 Beach Street, Unit 105 Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-4244 sullco.net

Winning Solutions, Inc Dana Silva 66 Summer Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 525-2816 winningsolution.com

MARKETING & PROMOTIONAL SERVICES ACME Apparel Megan Musgrave 45 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 282-4800 acmeapparel.com

Armstrong Brand Consulting Christine Armstrong 35 Street Louis Avenue Gloucester (646) 644-5037 armstrongbrandconsulting.com

Bridge Cape Ann Kory Curcuru The Innovation House 18 Norman Avenue Gloucester (978) 943-2182 bridgecapeann.com

Cape Ann Creative Laurinda Butcher Magnolia (978) 270-3325 capeanncreative.com

Cape Ann Media Productions/ Cape Ann LIVE! Jim Capillo Gloucester (978) 281-3237 capeannmediaproductions. godaddysites.com

Christy King LLC Christy King Beverly (702) 575-9364 christyking.com

Disla Media German Disla 165 Main Street Rockport (978) 983-4857 dislamedia.com

GAP Promo, LLC Gayle Piraino 1 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-0083 (888) 88-GOGAP gappromo.com

GL Design Lauren Georgiades 140 Elliott Street Suite 5A Beverly gldesignco.com

HireClix Neil Costa 3 Heritage Way, Suite #4 Gloucester (617) 899-1166 hireclix.com

MAJEC Sales Elliott Margolis 6 Cobbler’s Lane Beverly (978) 337-5334 PrintLogic Bob O’Brien 135 Western Avenue Essex (978) 890-7266 printlogic-usa.com

Promotions Express Daphne Peel Congelosi (978) 985-3933 Riehl Marketing Solutions Holly Riehl 2 Island Road Essex (978) 768-7674 Strong Group, Inc. Steve Kaity 39 Grove Street P.O.Box 1195 Gloucester (978) 281-3300

Video Production Marketing

Social Media

Corporate

Websites

Products

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german@dislamedia.com

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SERVICES Tournament Solutions John Lawrence 6 School Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 646-0001 (800) 896-1230 tournamentsolutions.com

tracy davis public relations Tracy Davis 132 School Street Manchester by the Sea (617) 529-6513 tracydavispr.com

Aberdeen Home Care, Inc. Joanne MacInnis 8 Cherry Street Danvers (978) 500-5161

Gloucester Healthcare Chris Marek 272 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-0333

aberdeenhomecareInc.com

nextstep-healthcare.com

Addison Gilbert Hospital, A Member of Lahey Health Tom Sands 298 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-4000

Lahey Health Urgent Care Gloucester Terry Giove 305 Gloucester Crossing Road Gloucester (978) 381-7700

addisongilbert.org

MASONRY Numerosi Masonry Giuseppe Numerosi 52 Middle Street Gloucester (978) 360-0296 numerosimasonry.com

Old English Brickworks Adrian Roper 35 John Wise Avenue Essex (978) 281-3340 Peter Giordano Masonry Peter Giordano 3 Castle Hill Road Gloucester (978) 283-2793 Town & Country Masonry Kevin Vieira P.O. Box 5347 Magnolia (978) 282-6500

M  EDICAL & NURSING CARE ABC Home Healthcare Professionals Jeannette Sheehan 281R East Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-1001 abchhp.com

Blackburn Primary Care Jay Isaac 1 Blackburn Drive Gloucester (978) 282-3698 blackburnprimarycare.com

Cape Ann Pediatricians PC Christine Allen 298 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-5079 capeannpediatrics.com

Care Dimensions Robin Ellington 75 Sylvan Street, Suite B-102 Danvers (888) 283-1722 caredimensions.org

Connected Home Care Tiffany Young 38 Blackburn Center 2nd Floor Gloucester (978) 282-5575 connectedhomecare.com

Den-Mar Health & Rehabilitation Center Derek Moore 44 South Street Rockport (978) 546-6311 denmar-health.com

Fine Fettle Jenn Johnson 116 Newburyport Turnpike Rowley (978) 432-2147 finefettle.com

lahey.org

Mary Bannon, RN Mary Bannon 37 Forest Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (781) 266-8337 MM Home Healthcare Services Inc. Maureen Nabanda 24 Crescent Street 106 Waltham (929) 346-9147

Spencer Family Chiropractic, PC Nathan Spencer, D.C. 321 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-1411

MOVING & STORAGE Hiltz Moving & Storage, Inc. Megan Sudbay 23 Kondelin Road Gloucester (978) 283-2520 hiltzmoving.com

Home Port Self Storage Vito Giacalone 10 Witham Street Gloucester (978) 281-2275 North Shore Mini Storage—Essex Tom Fraser 73 Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-3863

mmhomehealthcare.com

northshoreministorage-essex.com

Middlesex Recovery Gloucester Yvonne Smikle 61 Prospect Street Gloucester (978) 515-7664

North Shore Mini Storage— Gloucester William Colbert 444 Essex Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-6416

middlesexrecovery.com

northshoreministorage.com

Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Eric Noble 292 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-0300

Sandy Bay Self Storage Larry Osier 31 Poole’s Lane Rockport (978) 546-0020

banecare.com/Seacoast-skillednursing-home-rehabilitation

Beautiful, modern, award-winning facility. Short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. Individualized, compassionate medical and skilled nursing care.

sandybaystorage.com

Tobin & Sons Moving and Storage Inc. Brian Tobin 39 Tozer Road Beverly (978) 977-0807 (800) 974-0400 tobinandsons.com

OFFICE SUPPLIES

Jose The Painter Inc. Jose Lopez Gloucester (978) 546-7657

W.B. Mason Bailey Lewis 274 West Cummings Park Woburn (877) 799-5901

josethepainter.com

WORKS By Jesse DeBenedictis Jesse DeBenedictis 90 Park Street Beverly (978) 216-0022

wbmason.com

OPTICAL SERVICES Ocean Optical Cheryl Collins Aparo 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 282-1923

worksbyjd.com

Design-build home remodeling and construction backed by 20 years of experience and a five year warranty.

oceanopticalcapeann.com

Vision Depot Bonny Weingarten 29 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-4514

PAYROLL/ EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Complete Payroll Solutions LLC Elizabeth Shah (857) 366-0378

PAINT, WALLPAPER, WINDOW TREATMENTS Home Decor Group Jonathan Tapper 6 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 283-6541 homedecorgroup.com

PAINTERS Balistreri Painting + Interior Design Mario Balistreri 46 Cherry Street Gloucester (978) 479-6750 facebook.com/pages/category/ House-Painting/BalistreriPainting-Interior-Design230281570453123

Burke & Crew Paintwrights, Inc. John Burke 8 Squam Rock Road P.O. Box 6052 Gloucester (978) 835-8588

completepayrollsolutions.com

Liberty Group Benefits Kevin McNelly 43 Gloucester Avenue Suite 2C Gloucester (508) 735-2469 Paychex, Inc. Emily Papa 100 Riverpark Drive #100 North Reading (603) 498-0275 paychex.com

PERSONAL SERVICES Organize That! Cape Ann Jennifer Lyon Rockport (978) 500-7709 organizethatcapeann.com

burkeandcrew.com

PEST CONTROL

Cape Ann Interior Painting Services Donagh Sheahan Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 335-6845

Fox Pest Control— Boston Chris Keenan 43 Nagog Park, Suite #200 Acton (508) 257-7556 foxpest-boston.com

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General Environmental Services, Inc. Peter Wonson 12 Walnut Park Essex (978) 768-6324 (800) 343-8278 teamges.net

PETS/ VETERINARY CARE Annabelle’s Pet Care Christine Morey Gloucester (978) 282-4946 annabelles.org

Barndog Day Camp LLC Peter Hoare 182 Southern Avenue Essex (978) 522-0418 barndogdaycamp.com

Cape Ann Animal Aid Sunniva Buck 4 Paws Lane Gloucester (978) 283-6055 capeannanimalaid.org

Debbie’s In-Home Pet Care Debbie Walter Rockport (978) 290-1015 debbiespetcare.vpweb.com

The Essex Bird & Pet Supply Shelly Nicastro 121R Eastern Avenue Essex (978) 768-7408 essexbirdandpet.com

North Shore Veterinary Hospital Dr. Donna Heaney 7 Dr. Osman Babson Road Gloucester (978) 283-0214 nsvets.com

Wag-N-Walk Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Eddie and Courtney Famolare 3R Lufkin Street Essex (508) 314-1610 wagnwalkcapeann.com

Pets / Veterinary Care

PHARMACIES Allen’s Pharmacy Jay Sibulkin 40 Beach Street Unit G Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-1321 allenspharmacy.com

PHOTOGRAPHY Abbott Cove Photography James Eason 54 Goodale Street Peabody (978) 979-0559

Brock Currier Photography Brock Currier (978) 409-1390 brockcurrierphotography.com

John Abisamra Photography John Abisamra Gloucester windowoflight.weebly.com

Look of Joy Photography Jurek Schreiner Gloucester (978) 381-3767 lookofjoyphotography.com

m3creative Matthew Morris 2 Kent Road Gloucester (978) 641-6434 mthreecreative.com

New England Views Mark Kanegis Rockport (617) 875-2999 newenglandviews.com

Terri Unger Photography Terri Unger 105 Pine Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (617) 513-2921 terriunger.com

TK Media Services Thomas Knoke 8 Crooked Lane Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 624-0000 tkmediaservices.com

PLUMBERS 1-800-PLUNGER David Carnivale P.O. Box 8574 Salem (978) 836-7545 (800) 758-6437 1-800-plunger.business.site

Andrews Plumbing & Heating Company, Inc. Todd Howland 18 B Kondelin Road Suite 7 Gloucester (978) 283-0645 andrewsplumbingheating.com

Earl J. Unis & Sons, Inc. Joseph J. Unis 13 Cedar Street Gloucester (978) 283-5957 facebook.com/pages/category/ Plumbing-Service/Earl-J-Unisand-Sons-Plumbing-andHeating-1490890071140412

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SERVICES Milne Plumbing & Heating Scott Milne P.O. Box 603 Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-1751 Salem Plumbing Supply Company, Inc. Jason Sevinor 105 R Maplewood Avenue Gloucester (866) 986-7473 salemplumbing.com

PRESS/ PUBLICATIONS/ RADIO/TV 1623 Studios Erich Archer 11 Pleasant Street Gloucester (978) 281-2443 1623studios.org

Boston Globe Media Bruce MacDonald 1 Exchange Place Suite 201 Boston (617) 291-4610 bostonglobemedia.com

Gloucester Daily Times Dave Olson 36 Whittemore Street Gloucester (978) 283-7000 gloucestertimes.com

Manchester Cricket Erika Brown 11R Beach Street Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7171 thecricket.com

Since 1888, The Cricket has been giving readers in Manchester, Essex and neighboring towns all the bits worth reading on town news, local events, featured profiles and more.

North Shore 104.9 FM Todd Tanger 8 Enon Street North Beverly (978) 927-1049 northshore1049.com

Northshore Magazine/RMS Media Group Marlene Pippins 300 Brickstone Square Suite 904 Andover (978) 623-0029 northshoremag.com

WXRV-FM the River 92.5 Donald Street Sauveur 30 How Street Haverhill (978) 374-4733 theriverboston.com

PRINTING Choice Graphics Keith Harris 140 Central Street Rowley (978) 948-2789 partnerwithchoice.com

Daily Printing, Inc. Jerry Difazio 25 West Street Beverly (978) 927-4630 dailyprinting.biz

Minuteman Press Phil Broderick 409 Cabot Street Beverly (978) 927-8757 minutemanbeverly.com

Meeting your design, print and promotional needs, quickly and efficiently while providing you the highest level of quality and service.

P ROPERTY LEASING & MANAGEMENT Blackburn Center, LLC Jay McNiff 11 Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 283-6300 blackburnctr.com

Cape Ann Marketplace, LLC Tina Lamson 127 Eastern Avenue 7 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 282-9560 capeannmarketplace.com

Coastal Service Network John Shea 5 Village Road Magnolia (978) 525-3172 Compass Mac Bell 33 Commercial Street 1st Floor Gloucester (978) 281-8900 compassgloucester.com

Cummings Properties Mary Carroll 100 Cummings Center Suite 107-L Beverly (978) 922-9000 cummings.com

Halyard Apartments Drexel Costello 2 School House Road Gloucester (978) 515-2500 halyardapts.com

Harlow Properties Susan McGillicuddy 10 Chauncy Street Cambridge (978) 675-5799 Hecht Development Ken Hecht 185 Main Street Suite 2-3 Gloucester (617) 755-9400

Homeport Eileen Kelley 42 Magnolia Avenue Gloucester (978) 337-6369 Jimary Series LLC Marcy Pregent Gloucester Seacoast Vacations Property Management, LLC Scott Buchert 34 Rockport Road #7 Gloucester (978) 500-6745 seacoastvacations.wixsite.com/ home

Churchill Properties— Kristy Aparo Kristy Aparo 122 Main Street 2nd Floor Gloucester (978) 559-1184 churchillprop.com/ agents/60441-kristy-aparo

Churchill Properties— Michele Allison-Elwell Michele Allison-Elwell 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 766-8041 churchillproperties.com

RADIO/TV REPAIR Essex Radio & Televison Service Arthur Bevilacqua 40 Main Street Essex (978) 768-6652 essexradiotv.com

R EAL ESTATE/ REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT/ HOME SERVICES Another Level Home Inspection LLC Jameson Malgeri 22 Corliss Avenue Gloucester (978) 417-9853

Coldwell Banker— Alice Miller Alice Miller 40 Beach Street Unit 104 Manchester-by-the-Sea (978) 526-7572 coldwellbankerhomes.com

Coldwell Banker— Amy Beaton Amy Beaton 85 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-8808 coldwellbanker.com/for-salehomes/Gloucester-MA-3602c

anotherlevelhomeinspection.com

Coldwell Banker— Mary S. Hickey Mary Hickey 85 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 500-4294

AVH Realty, Inc. Carole Sharoff 4 Old County Rd. Gloucester (978) 282-7747

Engel & Völkers Karen Hanson 723 Hale Street Beverly Farms (978) 865-1168

avhrealty.com

bythesea.evusa.com

Churchill Properties— Gloucester Karen Bernier 127 Eastern Avenue Unit A5 Gloucester (978) 998-4656

Engel & Völkers— Ashling Reilly Ashling Reilly 120 Main Street Gloucester (617) 435-7074

churchillprop.com

amandaarmstronggroup. evrealestate.com

Engel & Völkers— Barbara Dugan Barbara Dugan 120 Main Street Gloucester (978) 317-9240 barbaradugan.evrealestate.com

Engel & Völkers— Brackett Janis Group Devlyn Brackett 120 Main Street Gloucester (781) 608-7202 brackettjanisgroup.evrealestate.com

Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Amanda Armstrong Group Amanda Armstrong 723 Hale Street Beverly (978) 879-6322 amandaarmstrong.evusa.com/en

Engel & Völkers By the Sea—Dawn Burnham Dawn Burnham 120 Main Street Gloucester (978) 807-6303 bythesea.evrealestate.com

Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Gillian Bouchie Gillian Bouchie 723 Hale Street Beverly Farms (978) 985-2441 Gillianbouchie@evusa.com

Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Julie Smith Julie Smith 723 Hale Street Beverly Farms (978) 337-9644 juliegsmith.evusa.com

Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Kristin Francoeur Kristin Francoeur 723 Hale street Beverly Farms (978) 270-7929 kristinfrancoeur.com

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Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Martha Anger Martha Anger 120 Main Street Gloucester (781) 727-4547

J. Barrett & Company— Patricia McCormick Patricia McCormick 171 Main Street Gloucester (978) 290-0538

marthaanger.com

jbarrettrealty.com

Helping Sellers and Buyers realize their dreams since 2005. Engel & Völkers By the Sea—Tom Janis Tom Janis 120 Main Street Gloucester (978) 522-6234 bythesea.evusa.com

Engel & Völkers By the Sea—McCarthy Ciaramitaro Group Charleen McCarthy 120 Main Street Gloucester (978) 729-1239 mccarthyciaramitarogroup. evrealestate.com

J. Barrett & Company Jon Gray 171 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-1315 jbarrettrealty.com

J. Barrett & Company— Amy Wallick Amy Wallick 586 Hale Street P.O. Box 270 Prides Crossing (978) 767-0889 J. Barrett & Company— Ann Olivo Ann Olivo 171 Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-1315 jbarrettrealty.com

J. Barrett & Company— Carol Dagle Carol Dagle 171 Main Street Gloucester (978) 764-8899

J. Barrett & Company— Theresa Scatterday Theresa Scatterday 171 Main Street Gloucester (978) 729-3096 jbarrettrealty.com

James T. Brown— Real Estate & Property Management James Brown 11 Beach Street Suite F Manchester (978) 526-1332 Kim Jylkka Lorden, REALTOR® Kim Jylkka Lorden 23 Smith Road Rockport (978) 879-6746 kim-jylkkalorden.myhomehq.biz

Kobby Realty Company Scott DeWitt 17 Lakeview Road Essex (978) 768-7665 Muffy White Organizing & Styling Muffy White 47 Haskell Street Gloucester (917) 743-0056

Mortgages made for life on Cape Ann.

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North Shore’s Gold Coast Realty Peter Lane 89 High Street Unit A Rockport (978) 283-4440 nsgcr.com

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SERVICES North Shore’s Gold Coast Realty— Aiello Team Realty Alison Aiello 7 Lincoln Avenue Gloucester (978) 549-2143 RE/MAX 360 Albert DiVirgilio 224 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 281-8005 homesinma.com

vadalarealestate.com

RENTAL SERVICES The Shed Portable Sanitation Ellen Ramsey (978) 281-3700

fintanmadden.com

RE/MAX 360— Patty Knaggs Patty Knaggs 224 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 290-1407

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute Christine Bolzan 417 Main Street Gloucester (978) 879-4575

pattyknaggs.com

Peace of mind. Proactively managed IT services designed to work for you. The technology supporting your business should reflect your unique needs — and we offer IT solutions tailored to meet them. Call us today at 978-281-3339 for a free consultation!

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Help Desk Support

Town Government and Agencies

Security and Compliance

Schools and Colleges

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Police, Fire and First Responders

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Healthcare Providers and Health Sciences

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Social Service Agencies

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Vadala Real Estate—Charlene M. Delaney Charlene Delaney 9-D Dr. Osman Babson Road Gloucester (617) 306-9109

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RE/MAX 360— Fintan Madden Fintan Madden 224 Washington Street Gloucester (508) 878-1659

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Vadala Real Estate Mark Vadala 9-D Dr. Osman Babson Road Gloucester (978) 281-1111

RE/MAX 360— Jennifer Anderson & Ron Goulart Jennifer Anderson 28 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 281-1260

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jenandron.com

RE/MAX 360— Rosemary Quarato Rosemary Quarato 224 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 764-1978 capeannrealestate.com

Ruth Pino— RE/MAX 360 Ruth Pino 224 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 764-6710 ruthpino.com

Salo Home Watch, LLC Dana Salo 1 Springfield Court Rockport (978) 660-2372

Atlantic Fish and Seafood Nicholas Osgood 159 East Main Street Gloucester (978) 282-7880 matlaws.com

Cape Seafoods, Inc. Jim Goriou 3 State Fish Pier Gloucester (978) 283-8522 capeseafoods.com

Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester, LLC Nick Giacalone 37 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 281-7700 fwgloucester.com

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Call for your North Shore Discount of $500 OFF Gorton’s Kurt Hogan 128 Rogers Street Gloucester (978) 283-3000 (800) 222-6846 gortons.com

Intershell Seafood Corporation Monte Rome 9 Blackburn Drive Gloucester (978) 281-2523 intershell.biz

Northern Ocean Sea Products LLC Deke Fyrberg 7 Parker Street 2nd Floor Gloucester (978) 283-0222 northernoceanmarine.com

Pacific Food Solutions Peter Williamson 1 Sargent Street Unit 3 Gloucester (978) 335-8626 pacfoodsol.com

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Churchill Properties— Michele Allison-Elwell, Senior Real Estate Specialist Michele Allison-Elwell 127 Eastern Avenue Gloucester (978) 766-8041

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SeniorCare Inc. Paula Curley 49gaf.com/solar Blackburn Center Gloucester (978) 281-1750 gaf.com/solar (866) 927-1050

SECURITY SERVICES American Alarm & Communications, Inc. Greg Sacca 297 Broadway Arlington (781) 859-2015 americanalarm.com

TCS Communications Corp. Alita Kaszuba 85 Lafayette Road Salisbury (978) 465-7932 tcscom.com

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SIGNS/BANNERS/ AWNINGS Clay Sign Service Michael Clay 2 Ridgewood Road Rockport (978) 546-6094

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Seaside Graphics Bill Loiacano 27 Railroad Avenue Gloucester (978) 281-0960 seasidegraphics.com

Caring for Caring LLC Kelly J. Cook 43 Winthrop Avenue #2 Gloucester (978) 210-1403

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Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce Ken Riehl 24 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 283-1601

North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau Ann Marie Casey Maria Miles Visitor Center I95 Southbond, Exit 60 Salisbury (978) 465-6555 northofboston.org

Shells Dream Travel Shelley Walkama 18 Chestnut Street Gloucester (978) 558-6093 shellsdreamtravel. nexionaffiliate.com

WASTE REMOVAL & RECYCLING

WEB DESIGN/ MARKETING

Hiltz Waste Disposal Inc. David Perrotti 24 Kondelin Road Gloucester (978) 283-3335

Cape Ann Website Design Greg Blagden 8 Lands End Lane Gloucester (978) 998-2005

hiltzdisposal.com

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Republic Services Matthew Duffy 320A Charger Street Revere (617) 314-3817

smallfish-design Steve Brettler 477 Washington Street Gloucester (978) 283-4771

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smallfish-design.com

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Discover Gloucester Elizabeth Carey 20 Harbor Loop Gloucester (978) 675-1818 discovergloucester.com

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4 Beach Gifts & Goodies........................13 7 Seas Whale Watch.................................29

Design of Mine............................................15 Discover Gloucester.................................82 Disla Media....................................................91

Lantana House B&B..................................... 4 Lone Gull Coffeehouse..........................15

Thai Choice Restaurant..........................15 Three Lantern Marine & Fishing.......72 Three Stones Gallery................................17 Tobin & Sons Moving and Storage Inc....................................................................85 Tonno..........................inside back cover Tuck’s Candy & Gifts.................................17

A Addison Choate............................................. 4 Addison Gilbert Hospital & Urgent Care................................................21 Andrew Spindler Antiques..................10 Antique Table...............................................13 Applied Materials.......................................80 Atlantic Vacation Homes.......................59 Atlantis Oceanfront Inn.........................59

B Balsam Technologies...............................96 Bass Rocks Golf Club................................73 Beauport Financial Services................96 Beauport Hospitality Group................19 Beauté Therapies Medical Spa..........11 Beth Williams Studio................................15 Bob Hastings Tribute...............................72 Brookline Bank.............................................83 Brother’s Brew/Brackett’s......................17 Building Center/ Harbor Loop Gifts...................................78

C Canterbury Hill Studio............................17 Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce..................................................75 Cape Ann Convenience........................67 Cape Ann Gift Certificates....................75 Cape Ann Insurance................................97 Cape Ann License Plate...... 11, 13, 93 Cape Ann Motor Inn................................59 Cape Ann Museum..................................65 Cape Ann Plein Air....................................23 Cape Ann Savings Bank.........................23 Cape Ann Whale Watch......................inside front cover Captain Dusty’s Ice Cream...................13 Captain’s Bounty Beach View.............17 Captain’s Bounty on the Beach.........17 Carol Lee’s Cottage...................................17 Cazeault Solar & Home..........................97 C.K. Pearl..........................................................10 Cove at Rockport, The............................23 Cross Country Mortgage.............15, 95

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E Endicott College.........................................81 Engel & Völkers............................................... 1 Engel & Völkers— Amanda Armstrong..............................25 Engel & Völkers—Martha Anger......95 Essex ClamFest............................................73 Essex County Greenbelt........................10 Essex River Cruises & Charters...........10 Essex Historical Society & Shipbuilding Museum........................10 Essex Wine Exchange..............................10

F Festival by the Sea.....................................67 Frayed Knot Sailing Charters..............13

M M A H R I.........................................................13 Main Street Antiques...............................10 Manchester Cricket..................................13 Mark Adrian Shoes....................................15 Minglewood Harborside/ Cala’s Food & Spirits.........back cover Morris Heating & Air Conditioning.............................................97

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Peabody Essex Museum........................51 Periwinkle Cottage...................................... 4 Precision Roofing.......................................97

Hammond Castle Museum.................62 Halyard Apartments.................................52 Happy Valley.................................................77 Harvey & Martin, PLLC............................96 Horvitz & Frisch...........................................89

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Woodman’s of Essex................................11 Works by Jesse DeBenedictis.............85

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Inns of Rockport............................................ 4

Village Restaurant......................................... 9 Virgilio’s Bakery............................................67 Visit Cape Ann.............................................98 Vista, The.........................................................52

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North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau..........................................82 North Shore 104.9.....................................71 Northshore Magazine.............................47

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Raven Relics..................................................15 Riverside Cycle.............................................13 Rockport Inn & Suites.......................4, 49

S Sawyer Free Library..................................91 Schooner Adventure.................................41 Scott Energy..................................................87 Sea Meadow Gifts & Gardens.............11 Seafarer Inn...................................................... 4 SeniorCare Inc..............................................96 Shea’s Riverside Inn & Motel...............11 Shea’s Riverside Restaurant.................11

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INDEX MEMBERS # 1-800-PLUNGER..........................................93 1606 Restaurant & Bar at Beauport Hotel Gloucester.....................................66 1623 Studios.................................................94 1st Choice Appliance Repair LLC.....79 4 BEACH Gifts & Goodies......................76 7 Seas Whale Watch.................................73 7th Wave Restaurant................................66

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A A-1 Maintenance & Carpet Cleaning, Inc....................................................................83 Abbott Cove Photography..................93 ABC Home Healthcare Professionals..............................................92 Aberdeen Home Care, Inc....................92 Accelerate Consulting, LLC..................84 Accommodations at Rocky Neck....58 Accredited & Certified Marine Surveyor & Adjuster..............................70 ACME Apparel..............................................91 Action Inc.......................................................89 Addison Choate..........................................58 Addison Gilbert Hospital, A Member of Lahey Health.......................................92 Adult Foster Care of the North Shore..............................................................89 Adventures by Jennifer..........................98 AFC Cleaning................................................83 Agawam Boat & Fishing Charters....70 Alan Battistelli Building Contractors, Inc....................................................................84 Allen’s Pharmacy........................................93 Allied Strength............................................70 American Alarm & Communications, Inc....................................................................97 American Marine Model Gallery......64 Americold Logistics..................................90 Ameriprise Financial Services............87 An Extra Bed Vacation Rentals featuring Periwinkle Cottage..........59 Anchor Seal Inc...........................................90 Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design...........................................................76 Andrews Plumbing & Heating Company, Inc............................................93 Angel Wings Wellness.............................88 Annabelle’s Pet Care................................93 Annette Dion—Tarot & Past Life Readings......................................................86 Annisquam Landcare..............................90 Another Level Home Inspection LLC...................................................................94 Anthony & Dodge, P.C............................79 Antique Table...............................................66 Applied Materials.......................................90 Araneo Landworks, Inc...........................84 Armstrong Brand Consulting.............91 Art of David Arsenault, The..................64 Artfluence......................................................82

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Arts Abound.................................................64 Aspen Dental................................................86 Atlantic Fish and Seafood.....................96 Atlantic Vacation Homes.......................59 Atlantis Investments, LLC......................87 Atlantis Oceanfront Inn.........................58 Automotive Electronics Inc.................80 AVH Realty, Inc.............................................94 Azorean Restaurant & Bar.....................66

B.A. Ramsey Associates’s Inc./ Ramsey Marine & Dock.......................84 Babson and Company............................79 Babson Law Office, PLLC.......................79 Babson-Elwell & Davis, Inc....................89 Backyard Growers......................................83 Balbo Bookkeeping & Accounting LLC...................................................................79 Balistreri Painting + Interior Design...........................................................92 Balsam Technologies, Inc......................84 BankGloucester..................................80, 87 BankGloucester—Essex Branch........80 BankGloucester—Ipswich Branch... 80 Barndog Day Camp LLC........................93 Bass Rocks Golf Club................................62 Bay View Builders, Inc..............................85 Beach & King Street Inn.........................58 Beacon Marine Basin, Inc......................70 Bearskin Neck Bistro.................................66 Bearskin Neck Motor Lodge................58 Beauport Ambulance Service, Inc... 79 Beauport Cruiselines...............................70 Beauport Financial Services................87 Beauport Hearing Care..........................88 Beauport Hotel Gloucester..................58 Beauport Law, LLC....................................79 Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House.............................................................64 Beauté Therapies Medical Spa..........88 Beech Tree Bed & Breakfast, The.......58 Benco Landscaping Inc.........................90 Beth Williams Studio................................64 Bill Elwell & Associates, Inc...................85 Black Dog, The.............................................76 Blackbear Barbershop.............................88 Blackburn Center, LLC.............................94 Blackburn Primary Care.........................92 Bliss Bites.........................................................88 Blue Marlin Grille........................................66 Blue Shutters Beachside Inn...............58 Boat House Grille.......................................67 Bonneville Design.....................................90 Boston Globe Media................................94 Brackett’s Oceanview Restaurant & Brothers’ Brew Cafe, Inc.......................67 Braga Management.................................66 Brass Monkey, The.....................................76 Bravo By the Sea.........................................67 Breakwater Roasters.................................67 Bridge Cape Ann........................................91

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Brock Currier Photography..................93 Brookline Bank—Danvers.....................80 Brookline Bank—Essex...........................80 Brookline Bank—Gloucester..............80 Brookline Bank—Ipswich.....................80 Brown’s Yacht Yard, Inc............................70 Bruce Rowell Electrician........................87 Brynmere Inn...............................................58 Bubble Factory............................................64 Building Center...........................................85 Burgin, Platner & Co. Insurance Agency..........................................................89 Burke & Crew Paintwrights, Inc.........92 Burnham’s Catering Inc..........................62 Business Transition Academy, Inc....82

C C.B. Fisk, Inc....................................................90 C.K. Pearl..........................................................67 cabi, Independent Stylist......................76 Cabot Performing Arts Center, Inc....65 Caffe Sicilia.....................................................67 Cake Ann.........................................................66 Cala’s Restaurant........................................67 Campbell Funeral Home.......................88 CannonMurrayLaw, llc............................79 Canterbury Hill Studio & Gallery......64 Cape Ann Animal Aid..............................93 Cape Ann Appliance Repair................79 Cape Ann Art Haven................................83 Cape Ann Artisans....................................64 Cape Ann Botanical..................................88 Cape Ann Business Law, P.C................79 Cape Ann Camp Site...............................58 Cape Ann Cannabis.................................88 Cape Ann Capital.......................................87 Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce..................................................98 Cape Ann Coastal Real Estate, LLC....59 Cape Ann Coffees......................................67 Cape Ann Communications...............84 Cape Ann Community Foundation.................................................83 Cape Ann Convenience........................66 Cape Ann COSMOS: Arts, Science & Entertainment Events List.................65 Cape Ann Creative....................................91 Cape Ann Farmers’ Market...................66 Cape Ann Floor Covering & Ceramic Tile Center...................................................88 Cape Ann Foodie Tours..........................72 Cape Ann Golf Course............................70 Cape Ann Handywoman......................85 Cape Ann Insurance Agency, a Division of Salem Five Insurance... 89 Cape Ann Interior Painting Services.........................................................92 Cape Ann Lanes.........................................70 Cape Ann Law.............................................79 Cape Ann Lobstermen...........................66 Cape Ann Marketplace, LLC................94

Cape Ann Media Productions/ Cape Ann LIVE!.........................................91 Cape Ann Motor Inn................................58 Cape Ann Museum and Green.........64 Cape Ann Oil Service...............................88 Cape Ann Pediatricians PC..................92 Cape Ann Photo Tours, LLC.................72 Cape Ann Plein Air....................................64 Cape Ann Savings Bank— Gloucester...................................................81 Cape Ann Savings Bank— Granite Branch.........................................81 Cape Ann Savings Bank— Manchester Branch...............................81 Cape Ann Savings Trust and Financial Services................................................81, 88 Cape Ann SUP.............................................72 Cape Ann Symphony..............................65 Cape Ann Transportation Authority (CATA)............................................................53 Cape Ann Transportation Operating Company (CATOC).................................53 Cape Ann Tree Service, Inc..................90 Cape Ann Website Design...................98 Cape Ann Whale Watch.........................73 Cape Ann YMCA.........................................83 Cape Ann’s Marina Resort....................58 Cape Pond Ice Company......................72 Cape Seafoods, Inc...................................96 Captain Carlo’s Restaurant...................67 Captain Dusty’s Ice Cream...................67 Captain Hook’s Restaurant...................67 Captain Joe & Sons...................................66 Captain Vito’s Fresh Seafood & Delivery.........................................................66 Captain’s Bounty Beach View.............58 Captain’s Bounty On The Beach........58 Captain’s Lodge Motel............................58 Care Dimensions........................................92 Caring for Caring LLC..............................97 Carol Lee’s Cottage...................................76 Carpenter and MacNeille Architects and Builders, Inc......................................85 Carroll K. Steele Insurance Agency, Inc.—Gloucester.....................................89 Carroll K. Steele Insurance Agency, Inc.—Rockport.........................................89 Castle Manor Inn, LLC.............................58 Causeway Restaurant..............................67 Cazeault Solar & Home.................85, 87 Cerundolo Investment Research.....88 Chalmers & Associates, CPAs..............79 Charles Construction Company Inc....................................................................85 Charlie’s Charters Fishing & Sightseeing................................................70 Charlie’s Place Restaurant.....................67 Chebacco Liquor Mart...........................66 Children’s Friend & Family Services.....86 Choice Graphics.........................................94 Christy King LLC..........................................91 Churchill Properties—Gloucester.... 94 Churchill Properties— Kristy Aparo................................................94

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Churchill Properties— Michele Allison-Elwell..........................94 Churchill Properties—Michele Allison-Elwell, Senior Real Estate Specialist......................................................97 Clay Sign Service........................................97 CleanPro Inc..................................................83 Cleaves Insurance Agency, Inc., Member of the Quinn Group..........90 Coast & Country Boutique...................76 Coast Construction...................................85 Coastal Fishing Charters........................70 Coastal Service Network.......................94 Cogswell’s Grant.........................................64 Coldwell Banker—Alice Miller...........94 Coldwell Banker—Amy Beaton........94 Coldwell Banker—Mary S. Hickey...94 Colonial Inn by the Sea..........................58 Comcast Business Class.........................82 Common Crow Natural Market........66 Compass.........................................................94 Complete Payroll Solutions LLC........92 Connected Home Care..........................92 Cooper Associates.....................................85 Copp Home Improvement..................85 Cornerstone Creative, The....................83 Costello Construction & Remodeling, Inc....................................................................85 Cottage on Smith Cove, The...............76 County Land Surveys, Inc.....................90 Country Sweep, The.................................82 Cove Aesthetics and Care....................88 Cove at Rockport, The............................58 CPC Landscape Contractors Inc.......90 Craft Sportswear North America......72 Cranston Electric Inc................................87 Cross Country Mortgage......................81 Cross Country Mortgage— Katherine McNally..................................81 Crow’s Nest, The.........................................58 Cruiseport Gloucester.............................62 Cuddlefish......................................................76 Cummings Properties.............................94 Cunningham & Cunningham............79 Cupboard at Stage Fort Park, The....67 Cynthia Curtis Pottery.............................64

D Daily Printing, Inc.......................................94 Dale Ratcliff...................................................64 Dan Leaman Landscaping & Maintenance Co., Inc............................90 Dana Alarm & Electric, Inc....................87 David Harrison, DMD...............................86 David P. Neligan Antiques....................76 Davis-Standard............................................90 Day By Day Adult Care, Inc..................97 DBS International, LLC............................90 Deb’s Art Gallery.........................................64 Debbie’s In-Home Pet Care.................93 Defiance Sail Charters.............................70 Den-Mar Health & Rehabilitation Center............................................................92 Dependable Benefits Advising.........82

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Design of Mine............................................76 Destino’s Subs & Catering.....................67 Diamond Cove Music.............................76 Disability Resource Center, Inc..........89 Discover Gloucester.................................98 Disla Media....................................................91 Dogtown Books..........................................76 Don Gorvett Gallery and Studio Gloucester...................................................64 Doyon’s Modern Home..........................76 Duckworth’s Bistrot..................................67 Dusky Foundation.....................................83 Dynatemp HVAC Contractors, LLC...................................................................88

E E.C. Akerley Corporation.......................85 Eagle House Motel....................................58 Earl J. Unis & Sons, Inc.............................93 East Coast Tire..............................................80 Eastern Copy Fax, Inc...............................86 Easy Ship & Pack................................82, 90 Ebenezer Tax and Services...................79 Eden Pines Inn.............................................58 Egan Law Center........................................79 Elaine Quinn Interiors.............................90 Eliason Law Office, LLC...........................79 Elinskas Enterprises Corp......................85 Elite Autosports LLC.................................80 Elks at Bass Rocks, The............................62 Ellen B. Alden, Author.............................65 Ellis Electrical Contractors, Inc...........87 Elynn Kröger Gallery................................64 Emerson Inn Seaside Resort...............58 Emily DeBenedictis, Art Therapy......86 Endicott College.........................................86 Energy Source LLC....................................87 Engel & Völkers............................................94 Engel & Völkers—Ashling Reilly........94 Engel & Völkers—Barbara Dugan....94 Engel & Völkers—Brackett Janis Group.............................................................94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Amanda Armstrong Group..............94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Dawn Burnham.......................................94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Gillian Bouchie.........................................94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Julie Smith..................................................94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Kristin Francoeur.....................................94 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Martha Anger............................................95 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— McCarthy Ciaramitaro Group..........95 Engel & Völkers By the Sea— Tom Janis.....................................................95 Enterprise Center at Salem State University.....................................................86 Ernie’s Service Station.............................80 Esmeralda—Jewelry, Accessories and Gifts.......................................................76 Essex Bird & Pet Supply, The................93

Essex County Community Foundation.................................................83 Essex County Greenbelt Association.................................................83 Essex County Landscape Associates, LLC...................................................................90 Essex Historical Society & Shipbuilding Museum........................64 Essex Lions Club.........................................83 Essex Marina.................................................70 Essex Merchants Group.........................81 Essex National Heritage Area.............84 Essex Radio & Televison Service........94 Essex River Cruises & Charters...........70 Essex Room, The.........................................62 Essex Seafood..............................................67 Essex Technical High School...............86 Essex Wine Exchange..............................66 Event Company, The................................62

F F.W. Webb Company................................85 Family Car Care............................................80 Farm Bar & Grille, The...............................67 Farrell Smith O’Connell LLP.................79 Feather & Wedge.......................................67 Fine Fettle.......................................................92 Fireflies Boutique.......................................78 First Baptist Church of Rockport......82 First Class Processing, Inc......................82 First Congregational Church of Essex...............................................................82 First Congregational Church of Rockport......................................................83 First Parish Church Congregational........................................83 Fishbox Derby, Inc.....................................84 Fisher & George Electric Company...87 Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester, LLC...................................................................96 Fishing Partnership Support Service...........................................................84 Fitness Zone, The.......................................72 Fitzgerald’s Plastering..............................85 Floating Lotus—Gloucester................76 Floating Lotus—Rockport...................76 Folly Cove Fine Art....................................64 Footie’s Chimney Sweep, Inc..............82 Forget-Me-Not Consignment Shop...............................................................78 Foster’s Grill Store......................................76 Fox Pest Control—Boston....................92 Franklin Cape Ann.....................................67 Frayed Knot Sailing Charters..............70 Friends of the Gloucester Council on Aging.............................................................97 Frontiero Law Office, P.C........................79

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Gallery Montanaro....................................64 GAP Promo, LLC..........................................91 Garden Concepts.......................................90 Gaybrook Garage.......................................80 General Environmental Services, Inc....................................................................93 Generous Gardeners, Inc.......................84 Geoffrey H. Richon Company, Inc...85 Giacalone Contracting...........................86 GL Design.......................................................91 Glass House, The........................................76 Glo Therapy Massage @ Positive Progressive People................................88 Gloucester Auto Body & Sales...........80 Gloucester Ave. Truck & Auto Repair, Inc....................................................................80 Gloucester Beach House.......................59 Gloucester Bio.............................................88 Gloucester Blues Festival......................65 Gloucester Celebrations, Inc...............84 Gloucester Charter Connection, LLC...................................................................70 Gloucester Cod...........................................76 Gloucester Daily Times...........................94 Gloucester Design.....................................90 Gloucester Education Foundation....84 Gloucester Fishermen Athletic Association.................................................84 Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association.................................................84 Gloucester Fishing Community Preservation Fund, Inc.........................84 Gloucester Fleet Deep Sea Fishing & Charters........................................................70 Gloucester Forum......................................84 Gloucester Healthcare............................92 Gloucester House Restaurant............67 Gloucester Housing Authority..........89 Gloucester Innovation, LLC.................84 Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library............................................................90 Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute........................................................96 Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation, Inc........................................84 Gloucester Merchants Association...81 Gloucester Public Schools....................86 Gloucester Stage Company................65 Gloucester Taxi & Livery Service, Inc....................................................................53 Gloucester Uechi Karate Academy......................................................72 Glover’s Floor Coverings, Inc...............88 goodlinens studio.....................................76 GoodMan Hospitality Group..............66 Gorton’s............................................................97 Gove & Feldman Insurance Agency, Inc....................................................................90 Grand Banks Building Products........86 Gray Electrical Service, Inc....................87 Great Marsh Brewing Company.......86 Guerin Law....................................................79

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INDEX H Halyard Apartments.................................94 Hamilton Group, The...............................88 Hammer-In-Hand......................................86 Hammond Castle Museum.................65 Happy Valley.................................................90 Happy Whale................................................78 Harbor Cove Dental.................................86 Harbor Loop Gifts......................................76 Harbor Room, The.....................................62 Harbor Tours, Inc........................................70 Harbor View Realty Trust.......................79 Harborlight Community Partners....84 Harborlight Montessori.........................86 Harborside Interiors.................................90 Harborview Inn...........................................58 Harlow Properties......................................94 Harvey & Martin, PLLC............................79 Hayden Financial Group, LLC.............88 Heath’s Tea Room Restaurant.............67 Hecht Development................................94 Hershey Frame Shop...............................64 Hiltz Moving & Storage, Inc.................92 Hiltz Waste Disposal Inc.........................98 HireClix.............................................................91 Hold Fast Company..................................76 Holy Cow Ice Cream Cafe.....................67 Home Decor Group.................................92 Home Port Self Storage.........................92 Homeport......................................................94 Hook A Cure..................................................84 Horvitz & Frisch, P.C.........................79, 88 House of the Raven..................................78 HRM Group LLC..........................................86 Hydrangea Inn.............................................58

I iartcolony........................................................64 In Home Design Center.........................90 In the Pink Ink Events..............................62 Infintech..........................................................82 Inn at Babson Court, The......................58 Inn at Castle Hill, The...............................58 Inns of Rockport.........................................58 Institution for Savings.............................81 Institution for Savings—Beverly.......81 Institution for Savings— Gloucester .................................................81 Institution for Savings—Rockport King Street..................................................81 Integrated Human Resources, Inc... 82 Intershell Seafood Corporation........97 Ipswich Ale Brewery................................66 Ipswich Clambake Company.............67 Iron Tree Service.........................................90

J J & L Welding & Machine, Inc.............90 J. Barrett & Company...............................95 J. Barrett & Company— Amy Wallick................................................95

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J. Barrett & Company—Ann Olivo.....95 J. Barrett & Company— Carol Dagle.................................................95 J. Barrett & Company— Patricia McCormick................................95 J. Barrett & Company— Theresa Scatterday................................95 J. Doyle Backhoe Service......................86 J. McLaughlin...............................................76 J.M. Walsh Oil Company........................88 J.S. Dugger, AIA & Associates..............79 J.T. Farnham’s Seafood & Grill.............68 Jalapeños Restaurant..............................68 James C. Greely Funeral Service, Inc....................................................................88 James Masciarelli, Author, Speaker, Storyteller....................................................65 James Russell Goldsmiths....................78 James T. Brown—Real Estate & Property Management.......................95 Jane Deering Gallery...............................64 Jeffrey Toye, CPA.........................................79 Jerry Noble Electricians, Inc................87 Jim Ketchopulos & Sons Excavating Contractors, LLC......................................86 Jim Knowlton & Son................................86 Jimary Series LLC........................................94 Joanne Hurd~J.S.HURD DESIGN.......64 John Abisamra Photography.............93 John J. Walsh Insurance.........................90 John Tarr Store.............................................76 Johnson O’Connor....................................79 Jose The Painter Inc..................................92 Joset Corporation......................................86 Joy of Socks, The........................................76 Judah’s Roar Church/Eagle & Dove Ministries.....................................................83 Justine E. Laurie, CPA PC........................79

K Katie’s Gift Shop..........................................78 Ken Knowles Fine Art..............................64 Kim Jylkka Lorden, REALTOR®.............95 Kline, Gardner & O’Connor, P.C..........79 Kobby Realty Company.........................95

L La Provence...................................................78 LAG Time Charters....................................70 Lahey Health Urgent Care Gloucester...................................................92 Lance Law LLC.............................................79 Lantana House B&B..................................58 Lark Fine Foods...........................................88 Last Resort, The...........................................78 Last Stop.........................................................68 Lattof Farmhouse Kitchen....................68 Laughing Gull..............................................68 Law Office of Edwin T. Holmes..........79 Law Offices of Kenneth M. Chiarello, LLC, The.........................................................79 Law Office of Mark L. Nestor...............79

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LCHARP Consulting, LLC.......................84 Leslie S. Ray Insurance Agency.........90 Liberty Group Benefits...........................92 Life Seasons Ceremonies: Rose Sheehan, Life-Cycle Celebrant.......82 LifeBloom Massage & Spa....................88 Lighthouse Lane Cottages...................59 Little Red Rooster......................................68 Lobsta Land Restaurant.........................68 Lobster Pool Restaurant, The..............68 Lobster Trap Gifts.......................................78 Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative......64 Logue Insurance Agency, Inc.............90 Lone Gull Coffeehouse..........................68 Long Beach Dairy Maid..........................68 Look of Joy Photography......................93 Lula’s Pantry...................................................78 Luzi’s Cleaning.............................................83 Lyon-Waugh Auto Group.....................80

M M A H R I..........................................................76 m3creative.....................................................93 MAC Fitness...................................................72 Madam Had’em..........................................76 Maestranzi Bros...........................................90 Magnolia 525 Tavern & Restaurant...68 Main Street Antiques...............................76 MAJEC Sales..................................................91 Manchester Ace Hardware..................86 Manchester American Legion: Amaral Bailey Post 113........................62 Manchester Athletic Club.....................72 Manchester Community Center......84 Manchester Cricket..................................94 Manchester Electric, LLC.......................87 Manchester Essex Regional School District...........................................................86 Manchester Historical Museum........65 Manchester-Essex Rotary Club..........84 Manchester-by-the-Sea Public Library............................................................90 Manship Artists Residency + Studios (MARS)...........................................................64 Maplewood Car Wash.............................82 Marblehead Appliance Service Inc....................................................................79 Maritime Gloucester................................65 Mark Adrian Shoes....................................76 Market Basket...............................................66 Markouk Bread............................................68 Mary Bannon, RN.......................................92 Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant..................................................88 Massachusetts Fishermen’s Partnership.................................................84 McCarthy & Company, Inc...................79 McCormick Kitchens and Baths........90 McDonald’s....................................................68 McWalter Volunteer Insurance Agency..........................................................90 Mermaid Tales of Glosta........................76 Metaxas Brown Pidgeon, LLP.............79 Michelle Kempskie Consulting.........84

Middlesex Recovery Gloucester.......92 Mile Marker One Restaurant & Bar... 68 Mill, The............................................................68 Milne Plumbing & Heating..................94 Mina Dental Associates..........................86 Minglewood Harborside.......................68 Minuteman Press.......................................94 MLT Landscaping.......................................90 MM Home Healthcare Services Inc.... 92 Mom’s Kitchen.............................................68 Mooring, The................................................68 Morris Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc....................................................................88 Morris Home Services.............................86 Morse................................................................79 Mortgage Network, Inc.— Ray D’Amico (MA, ME & NH)............81 Mount Pleasant Memorials.................88 Muffy White Organizing & Styling.... 95 My Place By the Sea.................................68

N Nailgic...............................................................88 National Grid................................................87 NeedyMeds...................................................88 Nelson’s............................................................76 Neville Ross Builders................................86 New England Views.................................93 Nichols Candies, Inc.................................66 Noble Financial Group............................88 Nor’east Cleaners.......................................86 Nor’east Frameworks...............................64 North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau..........................................98 North Shore 104.9 FM.............................94 North Shore Anglers................................70 North Shore Arts Association.............64 North Shore Bible Church....................83 North Shore Builders...............................86 North Shore Chamber of Commerce..................................................82 North Shore Health Project.................89 North Shore Mini Storage—Essex... 92 North Shore Mini Storage— Gloucester...................................................92 North Shore Music Theatre..................65 North Shore United Way, Inc..............89 North Shore Veterinary Hospital......93 North Shore Workforce Investment Board..............................................................86 North Shore’s Gold Coast Realty......95 North Shore’s Gold Coast Realty— Aiello Team Realty..................................96 Northeast Process Systems, Inc........90 Northeast Seafood Coalition..............84 Northern Ocean Sea Products LLC.97 Northshore Magazine/RMS Media Group.............................................................94 Numerosi Masonry...................................92

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Ocean Alliance............................................84 Ocean House Hotel at Bass Rocks...58 Ocean Optical..............................................92 Old English Brickworks...........................92 Old Sloop Coffeehouse..........................65 Old Yankee Fuel Company...................88 Olson Lewis Architects...........................79 One Ocean One Love Shop................76 Open Door, The...........................................89 Organize That! Cape Ann......................92 Original Beach Dog..................................76 Original Boston Fence, The..................86 Orlando & Associates..............................79

P Pacific Food Solutions.............................97 Paone Mechanical.....................................88 Paper House, The.......................................65 Passports.........................................................68 Pathways for Children.............................84 Patio Company, The.................................90 Pauline’s Gift Shop.....................................78 Paychex, Inc...................................................92 Payne/Bouchier Fine Builders............86 Peabody Essex Museum........................65 People’s United Bank...............................81 Periwinkle Cottage...................................58 Perkins Marine.............................................70 Perry’s Waterfront Apartments..........59 Peter Giordano Masonry.......................92 Peter S. Albano Electric, LLC................87 PG Trionic, Inc...............................................90 Philpott, Doyle & Company P.C.........79 Pilot House Restaurant...........................68 Poole Construction Company...........86 Poseidon’s.......................................................68 Precision Roofing Services of N.E., Inc....................................................................86 Precision Snowplowing & Sanding........................................................86 Preferred Air, Inc.........................................88 Preferred Auto Body.................................80 Prince Insurance Agency......................90 PrintLogic........................................................91 Project Adventure.....................................84 Promotions Express..................................91 Proteus Industries, Inc.............................90

R R + B Carpet Cleaning.............................83 Railroad Ave Liquors................................66 Raven Relics..................................................64 Ray Hamilton Trucking & Excavation...................................................86 RDM Electric, Inc........................................87 RE/MAX 360..................................................96 RE/MAX 360—Fintan Madden..........96 RE/MAX 360—Jennifer Anderson & Ron Goulart................................................96 RE/MAX 360—Patty Knaggs...............96 RE/MAX 360—Rosemary Quarato... 96 Red Skiff Restaurant.................................68

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Reforest The Tropics.................................84 Reptile Circus...............................................82 Republic Services......................................98 Riehl Marketing Solutions....................91 Right Angle Kitchens & Design.........90 ripple on the water...................................68 Riversbend.....................................................68 Riverside Cycle.............................................72 Rockport Art Association & Museum..............................................64, 65 Rockport Brewing Company..............66 Rockport Cottages....................................59 Rockport Fudgery.....................................66 Rockport Garden Club...........................84 Rockport Golf Club...................................72 Rockport House of Pizza & Roast Beef.................................................................68 Rockport Inn & Suites.............................58 Rockport Legion Band............................65 Rockport Mortgage Corporation.....81 Rockport Music/Shalin Liu Performance Center.............................65 Rockport New Year’s Eve.......................84 Rockport Public Schools.......................86 Rockport Rotary Club..............................84 Rocky Neck Art Colony...........................64 Rose’s Oil Service, Inc...............................88 Rotary Club of Gloucester....................84 Roy Moore Lobster Company............66 Roy Moore’s Fish Shack Restaurant....68 Ruberto, Israel, & Weiner, P.C...............79 Rule Financial Services...........................88 Russell’s Florist.............................................62 Rusty & Ingrid Screen Prints................64 Ruth Pino—RE/MAX 360......................96 Ryan & Wood Distillery..................66, 72

S Sage Floral Studio......................................62 Salah & Son Builders LLC.......................86 Salem Architectural Woodworking, LLC...................................................................86 Salem Plumbing Supply Company, Inc....................................................................94 Salem Trolley........................................53, 62 Sally Webster Inn........................................58 Salo Home Watch, LLC...........................96 Salon Amara..................................................88 Saltwater Massage Studio....................88 Salty’s Lobster, Dogs & More..............68 Sample This...................................................76 Sandy Bay Historical Society & Museums, Inc............................................65 Sandy Bay Self Storage...........................92 Sandy Bay Service Center, Inc............80 Sandy Bay Yacht Club..............................70 Sargent House Museum, The.............65 Savour Wine & Cheese............................66 Scatterday’s Driving School.................86 Schlichte & Johnstone, P.C...................79 Schooner Adventure.................................70 Schooner Ardelle........................................70 Schooner Thomas E. Lannon...............70 SCORE...............................................................84

Scott Energy Company, Inc........87, 88 Scott Tubby Fine Art................................64 Scott’s Auto Clinic.....................................80 Scrapbook, The...........................................76 Sea & Cellar, LLC..........................................66 Sea Bags..........................................................78 Sea Lion Motel & Cottages..................58 Sea Meadow Gifts & Gardens.............78 Seabreeze Liquors.....................................66 Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation Center............................................................92 Seacoast Vacations Property Management, LLC..................................94 Seafarer Inn...................................................58 Seaport Grille................................................68 seARTS (Society for the Encouragement of the Arts on Cape Ann) Seashore Comfort Solutions...............64 Seaside Graphics........................................97 Seaside Legal Solutions, P.C.................79 Seaside Sustainability, Inc.....................84 Seaside Vacay...............................................59 Seasonal Control........................................89 Seatronics Company...............................70 Seaview Farm...............................................66 Seaward—Vacation Rentals, The.....59 Second Glance Thrift Store..................78 SeniorCare Inc..............................................97 Serenitee Management.........................66 Seven South Street Inn, Guest House..............................................58 Sharon’s Studio of Gloucester............62 Shaw’s Supermarkets (Eastern Ave.).............................................66 Shaw’s Supermarkets (Railroad Ave.)...........................................66 Shea’s Riverside Inn & Motel...............59 Shea’s Riverside Restaurant & Bar....68 Shed Portable Sanitation, The............96 Shells Dream Travel..................................98 Shuttle Press & Bindery..........................78 Side Street Gallery/Hughes Bosca Jewelry..........................................................64 Signature HR Solutions..........................84 Slingshot Information Systems, Inc....................................................................84 Small Business Development Center—Salem State University....86 smallfish-design.........................................98 Smartly Staged............................................90 Smith Ace Hardware & Lumber........86 Soft Touch Salon........................................88 Soheil Samiei, D.M.D., P.C.......................86 Sonolite Plastics Corporation.............91 Sostratus..........................................................84 Soulstice—Nature’s Body Art.............78 Spaulding Outpatient Center Cape Ann..................................................................88 Spencer Family Chiropractic, PC......92 Spiran Lodge 98.........................................84 Square Circle.................................................64 St. Peter’s Fiesta, Inc..................................84 Standley’s Garage......................................80 Steve Jamieson Window Cleaning...83 Stones Pub & Eatery.................................68 Storella Art.....................................................64

Streamography...........................................62 Strong Group, Inc......................................91 Style Snoop By the Sea..........................76 Sudbay—Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, GMC, Inc.......................................................80 Sudbay—Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Inc....................................................................80 Sullco, Inc........................................................91 Sunrise Fund, Inc., The............................84 Surfside Subs................................................68 Susie’s Stories...............................................76 Sweats of New England.........................76 Sweats of Rockport..................................76 Sweet Dream Sport Fishing Charters........................................................70

T T.S. Eliot Foundation................................65 TableBoost, Inc............................................66 Tacos Lupita..................................................68 Taj........................................................................68 Tavern on the Harbor..............................62 TCS Communications Corp.................97 TD Bank—Gloucester.............................81 Temple Ahavat Achim............................83 Terri Unger Photography......................93 Thacher Island Association..................72 Thai Choice Restaurant..........................68 Three Lantern Marine and Fishing....70 Three Stones Gallery................................64 Timberline Enterprises, LLC.................86 Tiny Planet Computer.............................84 TK Media Services......................................93 TMN Studios.................................................64 To Show We Care, Inc..............................88 Tobin & Sons Moving and Storage Inc....................................................................92 Todd Oil...........................................................89 Tonno................................................................68 Tony Tally Auto Sales, Inc.......................80 Toodeloos! and Island Art & Hobby............................................................78 Top Dog of Rockport Inc.......................68 Top Dog Studio...........................................78 Topside Grill & Pub....................................68 Tournament Solutions............................92 Town & Country Masonry.....................92 Townsend Insurance Group...............90 Townsend Oil Company........................89 tracy davis public relations..................92 Treehouse Design, Inc............................86 Treetop Yoga Studio................................72 Tuck’s Candy & Gifts........................66, 78 Tuck’s Candy Factory...............................66 Tuna Hunter Fishing Charters............70 Turner’s Seafood Market.......................66

U University of Massachusetts Amherst Gloucester Marine Station................86

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Vista, The.........................................................59

Vadala Real Estate......................................96 Vadala Real Estate—Charlene M. Delaney........................................................96 Viability, Inc....................................................89 Village Market, The....................................68 Village Restaurant of Essex, The........68 Village Silversmith.....................................78 Village Silversmith— Bearskin Neck............................................78 Village Silversmith—Gloucester.......78 Vinwood Caterers......................................62 Virgilio’s Bakery...................................66, 68 Vision Depot.................................................92

W W.B. Mason.....................................................92 Wag-N-Walk Dog Walking & Pet Sitting....................................................93 Waring School.............................................87 Wellspring House......................................89 Wenniger Cottage Gallery...................64 Wheelhouse Cowork LLC.....................82 Whitmarsh Lock & Safe..........................90 William J. Funk Procurement Consulting Services..............................84

Windemere Art & Antiques.................64 Windhover Center for the Performing Arts.......................................65 Windward Grille..........................................68 Wingaersheek Inn & Motel..................59 Winning Solutions, Inc...........................91 Wise Marine...................................................70 Wolf Hill Home & Garden Center.....90 Woodman’s of Essex................................68 Workplace Elemental Technologies.............................................82 WORKS By Jesse DeBenedictis....86, 92 WXRV-FM the River 92.5........................94

Y Yankee Clipper Inn....................................59 Yankee Fleet..................................................70 Yella on the Water.....................................68 Yellow Sub Shop........................................68

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Accounting/Bookkeeping/ Tax Preparation........................................79 Ambulance Services................................79 Antiques..........................................................76 Apartment Rentals....................................79 Appliance Repairs......................................79 Appliances and Grills...............................76 Architectural Design................................79 Artists/Galleries/Art Associations....64 Attorneys........................................................79 Auto Sales & Service................................80

Dental...............................................................86 Dry Cleaners/Laundry.............................86

Land Surveys................................................90 Landscaping/Tree Service/Garden Centers..........................................................90 Libraries...........................................................90 Liquor, Wine & Beer..................................66 Lobster/Fish Markets...............................66 Locksmiths.....................................................90 Lodging...........................................................58

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Financial & Retirement Planning......87 Fishing—Recreational............................70 Flooring...........................................................88 Florists...............................................................62 Food Wholesale..........................................88 Framing............................................................64 Funeral Services..........................................88

Bakeries............................................................66 Banking & Mortgages.............................80 Boat Charters & Tours..............................70 Bookstores......................................................76 Breweries & Distilleries............................66 Business Associations.............................81 Business Services.......................................82

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E Education & Training...............................86 Electricians.....................................................87 Energy & Utilities........................................87

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Mailing & Shipping Services...............90 Manufacturing & Production.............90 Marinas & Marine Supplies..................70 Marine Surveys............................................70 Marketing & Promotional Services.........................................................91 Markets & Convenience Stores.........66 Masonry...........................................................92 Medical & Nursing Care.........................92 Moving & Storage......................................92 Museums/Historic Sites.........................64 Music, Theater & Performing Arts....65

Gift Shops & Specialty Items...............76

Candy Shops.................................................66 Car Wash.........................................................82 Caterers............................................................62 Celebrant........................................................82 Children’s Play Space...............................82 Chimney Sweeps.......................................82 Churches & Synagogues.......................82 Cleaning & Janitorial Services/ Products.......................................................83 Clothing & Accessories...........................76 Community & Civic Organizations............................................83 Computers & Information Technology................................................84 Consultants...................................................84 Contractors/Building Supplies..........84 Copiers & Equipment..............................86 Counseling.....................................................86

H Hair Salons, Barber Shops, & Beauty Services.........................................................88 Health & Wellness Services..................88 Heating & Air Conditioning.................88 Housing & Human Services.................89

I Insurance........................................................89 Interior Design/Kitchen & Bath.........90

J Jewelry.............................................................78

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Printing.............................................................94 Property Leasing & Management...94

R Radio/TV Repair..........................................94 Real Estate/Real Estate Development/Home Services.......94 Rental Services............................................96 Restaurant Management......................66 Restaurant Software................................66 Restaurants, Pubs, Cafes........................66

S Sailing...............................................................70 Scientific Research....................................96 Seafood & Meat Processing.................96 Security Services........................................97 Senior Services............................................97 Signs/Banners/Awnings........................97 Sports, Recreation & Fitness................70

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Office Supplies............................................92 Optical Services..........................................92

Tours..................................................................72 Toy Stores.......................................................78 Transportation.............................................53 Travel & Tourism Resources.................98

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Paint, Wallpaper, Window Treatments..................................................92 Painters.............................................................92 Payroll/Employee Benefits...................92 Personal Services.......................................92 Pest Control...................................................92 Pets/Veterinary Care................................93 Pharmacies....................................................93 Photography.................................................93 Plumbers.........................................................93 Press/Publications/Radio/TV..............94

Vacation Rentals.........................................59 Vintage/Thrift/Consignment..............78

W Waste Removal & Recycling................98 Web Design/Marketing.........................98 Weddings/Events......................................62 Whale Watching.........................................73 Writers/Editors/Bloggers.......................65

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