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Please check out the following stories about activities at Maritime Gloucester:

  • Harbor Clean-Up is a Community Effort

    The Rocky Neck Cultural District and Harbortown Cultural District reached across the harbor April 11th and 12th to support a clean Gloucester Harbor. This effort was the first Gloucester Harbor marine debris cleanup.  The weekend’s events, a real community undertaking, were supported by the City of Gloucester, the state Department of Environmental Protection, the Harbortown Cultural District, the Rocky Neck Cultural District, NOAA, Maritime Gloucester, Rocky Neck Art Colony, Ocean Alliance, students from all three school districts on Cape Ann, the North Shore Sea Scouts out of Maritime Gloucester, and Hiltz Waste Disposal Company.

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  • Pathways to Maritime Gloucester

    Maritime Gloucester educators worked with Pathways for Children to bring their students here for a series of programs this month.  

    Pathways to Maritime Gloucester
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  • Maritime Gloucester TALKS

    Maritime Gloucester TALKS was a highly successful series of presentations ranging from earthy 2012 National Heritage Fellow, Harold Burnham to celestial navigation.  In March we were pleased to host a series of talks by our friends at Large Pelagics Research Center in Hodgkins Cove.  

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  • Tom Balf talks with Joey Ciarmitaro

    Executive Director, Tom Balf sat down recently for a conversation with Good Morning Gloucester's Capt. Joey Ciarmitaro.

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  • 2013 Maritime Summit in Gloucester

    Maritime Gloucester was pleased to play an active role in planning and participating in the successful Maritime Summit held February 7, 2013 at Cruiseport in Gloucester. This year’s theme was Innovation and Opportunities  in the New Maritime Economy.  The purpose of the event was to share the maritime business creativity, entrepreneurship, research and technology development occurring in Gloucester and the North Shore and to recognize emerging opportunities. The following video highlights theday.

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