Kory's Stories: The Week That Was

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Hope you had a great weekend! Here’s what we’ve been up to:

Kory was recently featured in Boston Voyager Magazine, where he talked about the evolution of The Bridge. Read the article here: https://bit.ly/2wWkZeg

We visited noted metal sculptor, Chris Williams, to begin video work showing the process of his latest piece: a dragon with a 12’ wingspan sitting atop a 15’ granite obelisk for the Convention Center in Boston. Stay tuned.

We snuck into The White Elephant Shop as it closed its doors for the last time. Owner Rick Grobe is keeping the famous antique store’s name and maintaining its online business. Here’s his goodbye: https://bit.ly/2y0dDq3

We met with Joanne & Scott of Aberdeen Home Care in Essex to capture a glowing testimonial from Patti Wysocki of Cape Ann Auto Body. Wanna see? https://bit.ly/2NNoGh0

The History of Gloucester’s American Legion Building that Kory produced for 1623 Studios did so well that a second episode has already been completed. Look for The History of Stage Fort Park soon. Did you miss it? https://bit.ly/2zF28pQ

Our 6th Annual Fall Fest at Cape Ann’s Marina Resort is this Saturday, Oct 6 at Mile Marker One from 11am-3pm. FREE Parking! FREE Admission! Kid Zone with Bouncy Houses, Disney Characters, Sand Art Bar, Hula Hooping, Adoptable Puppies from Cape Ann Animal Aid, Farmers' Market & Alpacas, from Marshall's Farm Stand, Face Painting with Tabbi McKay, Vehicles from Gloucester Police & Fire, Food & Full Bar, Live Music with Pat & Fran, Cornbowl from Cape Ann Lanes, Sam Adams Beer, Tastings & Stein Hoisting contests, Local Vendors.

Our next Left Right Center Tournament to benefit the Elks Scholarship Fund is Friday, October 26, from 6:30-9ish. The Yellow Sub will be providing food for purchase! This event usually sells out, so please RSVP at bridgecapeann.com

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