Barbara Erkkila, Heather Atwood, Lee Steele At Lanesville Community Center Reception for Barbara Erkkila Photo From Leslie Wind
Hi! – We are four artists in the Gloucester area that are forming a small art studio community. We are looking to share a 1900 sq. ft. space on Main St. so each artist will have a 10×15 sq.ft area, and a shared gallery open to the public with shop front windows. Each artist will pay $270.00 per month inclusive of utilities. We are looking for three more artists that would like this type of set up and can make a one year commitment.
If you know of anyone that would be interested or there is a way to pass this on i would really appreciate it. I am excited to get this going. Thanks, Be well, Ramani
P.S. If people want to respond write in Subject space – Art space share – So I know its not junk.
All enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
The City’s Compost Facility located at Dogtown Common was slated to open for six consecutive weeks, beginning Saturday April 21st. This has been postponed.
Due to the Emergency Declaration of Public Woods Closures, the facility, which is located within the public woodlands, remains closed.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but due to the dryness and danger of fires within the woodlands the facility must remain closed. As soon as the woods re-open we will begin the six Saturday schedule.
If you need to dispose of yard waste immediately, you may bring it to Hiltz Disposal, 24 Kondelin Road. There is a small fee $10 a carload $20-25 a pick up truck load.
City of Gloucester
Dean Salah writes-
Hey just a head ups, there is some limited seating left for both Frankie G. shows
on April 28th and also May 5th. Due to the overwhelming response to the initial
night we added a second show which has spread out the attendance over both
nights. If interested please let me know ASAP, Dean
Don’t Forget The Lane’s Cove Fish Shack Restoration Auction At The Maritime Heritage Center on Saturday from 1-4PM
Laurie Brown writes-
How was your egg salad (with bacon) sub this morning from Virgilio’s Bakery? Good to see you.
Maybe you could put this info in your Blog on Friday to remind folks of the fundraising event on Saturday.
Attached is Fred Bodin’s info regarding the framed photo of Lanes Cove Fish Shacks circa 1925 that he talked me into donating to the auction to be held at the Maritime Center Saturday, April 21, from 1 to 4 pm.
After you come to Virgilio’s Bakery for lunch on Saturday (say hello), you should make your way to the auction at the Maritime Center to support the restoration efforts in Lanes Cove (way up there in the north, far from life on the docks).