Pigeon Cove Circle Luncheon Meeting at The Gloucester House
The Pigeon Cove Circle’s annual luncheon meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 21 at The Gloucester House at 12 Noon.
The guest speaker will be Sefatia Romeo Theken, Community Health Liaison at Addison Gilbert Hospital, who will speak on health insurance issues.
Those attending will be able to order from the menu, separate checks will be provided. Please RSVP Carolyn at 978-546-3223.
The Pigeon Cove Circle is a civic organization made-up of men and women throughout Cape Ann. During the year a variety of
holiday fund-raisers, bake sales are held. The Cove Circle also has a large event hall that is available for rental for parties and other occasions. Monies from these events are used for community purposes such as scholarships, etc. The group meets monthly on the last Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. with a pot luck buffet dinner. Guests are always welcome at no fee or pre-registration.
New members are always welcome.
March is Seafood Month at Maritime Gloucester!
“All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” Ronald Reagan.
Seafood Month is brought to you by the good folks at Turner’s Seafood.
March 14th: “Trawl to Table: Understanding Today’s Groundfisheries”
An eye-opening discussion of commercial ground fishing methods, gear technologies, seafood transport, and the evolving seafood needs of discerning markets.
March 21st: “Sustainable Seafood Choices”
with: Allison McHale, NOAA Fish Watch; and Heather Tausig, New England Aquarium’s Ocean Friendly Seafood Program
Sustainable seafood purchases are easier to make, thanks to these two consumer-oriented programs. A must for anyone who cares about our oceans’ renewable resources and wants to know more about sustainable seafood guides.
March 28th: “Fish, Fraud, and Forensics”
with: Beth Daley, Boston Globe; Ross Lane and Dan D’Ambruoso, Special Agents with NOAA Office of Law Enforcement
The lead reporter on the Globe’s seafood fraud investigative team, and NOAA inspection/enforcement agents, will describe this emerging concern and what measures are being taken to address it.
All events are free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so please arrive early.
When: 7:00 pm
Where: Gorton’s Gallery
23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester