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Lookin' for the Sunny Side of the Street: America's 1930s
November 6, 2010
Celebrate an era filled with challenge and determination to triumph - America's 1930s - in the beautiful maritime port of Gloucester, Mass. - a town which met a difficult decade's challenges with plenty of heart, soul, art and music!
On Nov. 6, 2010, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., the American History and Music Project will present a day-long event in Gloucester: "Lookin' for the Sunny Side of the Street: America's 1930s." The AHMP Nov. 6 event is presented in collaboration with The Cape Ann Museum, The Cape Ann Community Cinema, and the City of Gloucester, and will feature, throughout the day, a series of illustrated performances for children and for adults, in addition to exhibits, tours, lectures, films, and a concert.
Performances for children & adults,exhibits,tours,lectures, films,concert.
Cape Ann Museum & Historical Association
11 a.m. Children's program-Jim & Maggi Dalton
Lecture 2 p.m. "How Gloucester Kept its Head Above Water During the Great Depression"-Mary Rhinelander McCarl.
Cape Ann Community Cinema
Short films of/about 1930s 1-4 p.m.
Gloucester's Historic City Hall (Kyrouz Aud.)
6:30 p.m. FSA photography lecture - Susan Erony
7:30 p.m. Illustrated musical performance-Jim & Maggi Dalton