Hammond Castle; Gloucester, MA; 9 June 2018
On June 9, ICMA members will be treated to a special tour of Hammond Castle with Martha Easton.

We will meet at the castle at 1:00pm for the tour with Martha. At the conclusion of the tour, there will be time to wander and to talk informally with Martha. (The castle closes at 4:00pm in order to prepare for a 6:00pm wedding, but we will have plenty of time.) Depending on interest, the group can continue the conversation over drinks or dinner in one of the many restaurants in the area.

Hammond Castle is in Gloucester, MA, about one hour north of Boston, accessible by car or commuter train (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) and taxi (from the train station).

The admission cost is $10. Participants will be responsible for their own accommodations and may wish to stay (or already reside) in Boston or in Gloucester, which is a tourist area and has many lodging options. Gloucester is the home of the oldest seaport and oldest art colony in America, and along with the charming towns of Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-By-The-Sea, is part of beautiful Cape Ann.

Space is limited to 30 attendees.

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