Visitors to the Gloucester Main Street Association’s Summer Nights Market last Wednesday were in for a treat. Robin Rogers, above, and Nate Avery from the Chrysler Museum of Art mobile art studio had set up on the Carriage Court lawn to show people the traditional glassmaking process with several demonstrations. About 300 people visited last week’s market, according to Main Street Preservation Trust executive director Jenny Crittenden. A mini Chalk Fest was a hit with children and music by Stones Throw rounded out the evening. The final Summer Nights Market of the season was held last night. Photo by Charlie Koenig
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