GloucesterTimes.com, Gloucester, MA

Community

October 17, 2013

Rockport Calendar

Thursday, Oct. 17

Coffee house cabaret, hosted by Rockport High School Drama Department, 7 to 9 p.m., school cafeteria. Students, alumni and faculty invited to participate share poetry, projects, songs, dance, monologues, skits, art and other areas of interest and inspiration. Free admission, but donations accepted. All proceeds benefit Evlin de la Barre Memorial Scholarship.

Rockport Recreation’s Pilates/Yoga Class 6 to 7 p.m. Rockport Community House, 58 Broadway: $60/12 classes or $8/drop in fee. Call Caitlin Chandler at 978-546-1309

Friday, Oct. 18

POSTPONED: Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce’s October Power lunch with key speaker, Senator Ed Markey, has been postponed until further notice. For more information, visit: www.capeannchamber.com.

Friends of the Rockport Public Library annual book sale, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Large selections of fiction, art, nature, history, cook books, children’s books and DVDs. All proceeds benefit library’s programs.

Figure sketch group (long pose), 1 to 4 p.m., Rockport Art Association studio, 12 Main St. Use Stone Barn Lane entrance. One long pose is often used for a month at a time. Artists may work in any medium. No instruction. $15 per person. Meets year-round. No preregistration required. Monitor: Em Marquis Brown, 781-631-4002. www.rockportartassn.org. 978-546-6604.

Saturday, Oct. 19

Friends of the Rockport Public Library annual book sale, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Large selections of fiction, art, nature, history, cook books, children’s books and DVDs. All proceeds benefit library’s programs.

Cape Ann Animal Aid Harvestfest Dog Parade, register 11 a.m. at CAAA booth in Harvey Park at 11 a.m. Parade starts 11:30 a.m. Friendly, vaccinated dogs welcome in costume win one of four grand prizes. All get ribbons and goodie bags. $10 per dog benefits CAAA. Preregister at 978-283-6055, ext. 23.

Sunday, Oct. 20

Friends of the Rockport Public Library annual book sale, 1 to 5 p.m. Large selections of fiction, art, nature, history, cook books, children’s books and DVDs. All proceeds benefit library’s programs.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Community

Pictures of the Week
Your news, your way
Comments Tracker
AP Video Network
Bon Jovi Helps Open Low-income Housing in Philly Pipeline Opponents Protest on National Mall Hagel Gets Preview of New High-tech Projects S.C. Man Apologizes for Naked Walk in Wal-Mart New Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees Named 'Piles' of Bodies in South Sudan Slaughter New Yorkers Celebrate Cherry Blossom Blooms SCOTUS Hears Tv-over-Internet Case Justice Dept. Broadening Criteria for Clemency Chief Mate: Crew Told to Escape After Passengers 'Miss Meadows' Takes Holmes Back to Her Roots Biden: Russia Must Stop Talking, Start Acting David Moyes Out As Manchester United Manager Raw: Leopard Bites Man in India Iowa College Finds Beauty in Bulldogs High Court to Hear Dispute of TV Over Internet Stowaway Teen Forces Review of Airport Security