, Gloucester, MA


November 28, 2012

Gloucester Goings On

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Lights of Love

Tonight from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., join us at Addison Gilbert Hospital for our annual Lights of Love tree lighting festival fundraiser for our cancer care services and patients in our Gorton Specialty Cancer Care Center. The ceremony includes caroling by the Gloucester High School Chorus, a holiday train with Santa for children to ride, tributes and holiday treats. The raffle includes a chance to win the oil painting ‘New England Springtime’ donated by artist Ken Knowles. We will meet outside the 298 Washington St. entrance; this event is presented by Beauport Ambulance Services.

CAFM Holiday Fare

Cape Ann Farmers Market first indoor ‘holiday Fare’ will be held Saturday, Dec. 20, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. at Gloucester historic Unitarian Universalist Church, at the corner of Middle and Church Street. Stock up for the holidays and ‘give the best of Cape Ann’s culinary fare — from produce, to baked goods, cheese, pickles, preserves, herbal products, candles, smoked fish, Trupiano sausage,honey, soup, hand-blown glass, poultry and meats, guacamole, pasta, salsa, dog treats and more. The Market Fare’s late afternoon and evening hours accommodates busy holiday schedules, and the church is offering cups of mac n’cheese, chop suey, hot cider and coffee, along with raffles to help support this historic downtown icon and architectural treasure.

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