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Nearly one year ago exactly, the coronavirus pandemic triggered a state of emergency.  To commemorate the community’s profound loss, the Cape Ann Museum is creating a temporary art installation to pay tribute to those who died from the deadly virus including 35 people in Gloucester, 55 people from Cape Ann, and more than 2,000 people from Essex County.  

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The Cape Ann Museum is preparing to re-open its main campus at 27 Pleasant Street to the public on Oct. 1 with new safety precautions for social distancing, reduced capacity, touch-less doors, increased cleaning, and other measures that adhere to Gov.  Baker’s Phase 3 re-opening plan and to protect the public while enjoying the Museum’s renowned art and maritime collections.

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Going into fall, visiting local museums is a great way to safely escape your daily routine.  Some remain closed (think Cogswell’s Grant or the Essex Shipbuilding Museum, both in Essex,) but there are plenty to choose from in the area that are offering limited visits, all within safety guidelines. 

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This 1960 portrait by Emile Gruppe of a VNA nurse by the Gloucester waterfront is on loan starting last month at the Cape Ann Museum from VNA …