Celebrate Gloucester’s 400+ 

August 01, 2023 / History/Maritime, Things to Do & See

2023 is Gloucester’s 400+ Anniversary, marking 400 years since the area was first settled by English colonists, with events happening city-wide all year to honor Gloucester’s history and celebrate the many cultures that make up the community.  The 400+ activities include educational programs, activities, and free public events, with an intentional acknowledgment of the local… Read more »

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In The News: Gloucester Named One of America’s 15 Best Small Cities and Towns by CNN

July 31, 2023 / Art and Music, Food and Drink, History/Maritime, In The News, movies filmed in Gloucester, Things to Do & See

PHOTO: Walter Bibikow/ Digital Vision/ Getty Images 15 of America’s best small towns and cities | Written by Joe Yogurst | Published by CNN Travel CNN Travel named Gloucester among the 15 best small towns and cities in America! Click here to read the article which mentions our active working waterfront and freshest seafood offerings,… Read more »

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“GLOUCESTER READS – Exploring books by Black authors that reflect Black experiences” by

July 24, 2023 / Uncategorized

The Gloucester Racial Justice Team (GRJT), the Sawyer Free Library and the Gloucester Health Department are sponsoring the first Community Book Read this summer, 2023, exploring books by Black authors that reflect Black experiences. All information about GLOUCESTER READS is available on the library website: https://www.sawyerfreelibrary.org/ In partnership with 8 other community organizations, Gloucester Reads… Read more »

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Celebrate Maritime Heritage at Gloucester Maritime Rendezvous 

June 22, 2023 / History/Maritime, Things to Do & See

Described by Gloucester Maritime Executive Director Michael DeKoster as a “once-in-a-lifetime” event, the Gloucester Maritime Rendezvous promises to be a “can’t miss” event of the summer! Enjoy sailing on historic Gloucester Harbor aboard one of eight signature schooners, including four visiting majestic schooners and Gloucester’s own iconic schooner fleet. Experience deck tours with the crews… Read more »

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Best Burgers in Gloucester 

May 08, 2023 / Things to Do & See

May 28th is International Hamburger Day and what better way to celebrate than exploring the burger scene in Gloucester and Cape Ann? To say that burgers are a popular American food would be a huge understatement. In fact, statistics show that Americans eat over 50 billion hamburgers annually! From veggie burgers to fully loaded gourmet… Read more »

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