Annisquam Sea Fair - July 28, 2012

The 166th Annual Sea Fair - Fun for all ages!

In the of center Annisquam Village, Leonard Street, Gloucester, MA

by The Annisquam Village Church and the Village Hall Association

July 28, 2012, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Dinner on the Bridge 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Lighting of the Cove 9:00 p.m.

The Annual Annisquam SeaFair celebrates its 166th year on July 28th, from 10-3 in the center of Annisquam Village, benefiting the Annisquam Village Church and the Village Hall Association.

BACK IN THE DAY . . .when times were slower, simpler and communities gathered for Saturdays full of fun and entertainment.  You don’t need a time machine to revisit the Community Fair of your youth—come to the 166th Annual Sea Fair.

The White Elephant Table offers all kinds of household goods, linens, sporting goods, antiques and collectibles.

The Old Fashioned Games for children of all ages that involve skillets, balls, rings, sand, water, and fish.

Art and Games for the Wee ones ! If you can toddle you can participate in the art and games for little ones.  Fish prints on t-shirts, sand, fishing, ring tossing, painting and more. . .

Comfort Food Yankee style from cotton candy, to fried shrimp will nourish you come lunch time.

The Bake table promises baked goods you may want to frame rather than eat but will be so glad you choose to dive in to recipes made by families passed down through the generations.

New Fancy Hats, Bouquets of Flowers, Unique collectible T-shirts, Art; Old Photographs, Books and more—the shopping will leave no one behind.

Wax Works-a very popular event will fill up fast so sign up for a performance early and enjoy a tradition that, like fine wine, gets even more delicious each year.

Bring your playful self and a few extra dollars and throw a friend or enemy in “Jail” or in the Dunk Tank to raise money for this wonderful event.

End your night with the Lobster or Chicken Dinner on the bridge to lovely sounds of the “Clam Bake Five” and stay to watch the lighting of the cove.

Hug your sweetie, kiss your grand-kids on the head and depart with a smile that comes from time well spent.

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