Monthly Archives: October 2009

Sawyer Free Library Annual Art Auction

Going Once! Going Twice!……

The Art Advisory Committee of the Sawyer Free Library is sponsoring the  always popular “Annual Art Auction” in the Matz Gallery the entire month of November.

Patrons are invited to come in and view Original Paintings by Local Artists.

Silent bids will be accepted the entire month.

Great interest is generated throughout the month as the Bid Book fills up.

A Final Live Vocal Auction will take place on Dec. 2, 2009 at 7 p.m. A preview party will precede the auction.

The Final Vocal Auction is always an exciting event. There will be a lot of Beautiful Paintings on display.

Go Check it out! and Bid!

Sign up now for Manchester Mother’s Club Chili Cook-Off

From the Beacon

The Manchester Mother’s Club Annual Chili Cook-Off will be held Saturday, Nov. 14 from 7:30-11 p.m. at The Rhumbline Bar and Restaurant, 40 Railroad Ave., Gloucester. Tickets are $10. There will be a live band, cash bar, music, raffle prizes, and more.

Stevie Aboard The Lady Jane Mends The Net

Stevie is a guy that’s worked his whole life as a fisherman.  One of the old timers. I wonder when the Sectors get put into place if there will be a place for career crew members aboard fishing boats like Stevie or if it will be a series of hired hands just punching in for a pay check.   Not really caring about really learning the trade, waiting for their paycheck from some large corporation which bought up the permits.
It doesn’t look good for the independent fisherman.

Know Your Place: Special events at Ravenswood Park

From the Beacon-

The Trustees of Reservations is offering a series of events at Ravenswood Park in Gloucester:

Sunday, Nov. 1, noon-2 p.m.: The new Education Center’s ExSKULLent Adventure. Families are welcome to join in the newest treasure hunt “Sweetbay Swamp Quest” and learn about this new family sport, make your own stamps, and make your own passbooks. Learn how and what animals eat with close-up views of animal skulls. Costumes are welcome. Free to all.

Saturday, Nov. 7, 1-3 p.m.: Ravenswood Rocks! Geological features tour with DCR’s John Ratti. A rock is not a thing, but a drama. It reflects universal axioms such as, “As above, so below,” and is the great unifying science of the world. Join the Trustees and Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation educator John Ratti for a unique presentation of this elegant science. Members free, nonmember adults, $5. Pre-registration required.

For the rest of the schedule, click here.

GMG Subscriptions Close In On 1000 Active Subscribers

GoodMorningGloucester is approaching 1000 active subscribers.  When you subscribe, at around 8 or 9 o’clock at night you get an email which aggregates all the hourly posts into one email.

This morning when I woke up we had 989 subscribers.  You can see the screen shot of my subscriber management page below-

If you would like to subscribe you can click this link-

Subscribe To The GMG Email For Free By Clicking This Link

Once you click the above link it will bring you to a page that looks like the one below-

At that point you enter your email address where you would like the Free Good Morning Gloucester Feed to go and you will be added to the list.

It’s that simple.  Hell even my technologically challenged mother could figure it out (sorry mom)  :)

If you would rather not sign up for the email you can always add GMG to your bookmarks or favorites so you can find it easily by clicking on it in your browser.

For more information on how to add a bookmark or favorite to your browser you can click these videos for a good explanation

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