ART SALE – Saturday Dec 14th & Sunday Dec 15th from 10am till 2pm
A great turnout of Artist and shoppers during last weekends opening, with over 16 artists participating and 150 plus pieces of work on display, the Blynman School once again fill with joy, laughter and creativity.
Stop in next weekend Saturday Dec 14th & Sunday Dec 15th from 10am till 2pm, and take your time to enjoy some great Art work and see the revitalization of the Blynman Schoolhouse, the home of The Magnolia Historical Society, 46 Magnolia Ave Gloucester, MA.
Family Ties put on their 2nd Annual Golf Tournament at Ferncroft Country Club. It was a beautiful day on the course. This event was made possible due to our great sponsors. A big thank you to Dunkin Donuts, TRU services, Prattys CAV, Citizens Bank, Life Solutions Group, Mass Mutual, and Woburn Toyota.
Family Ties is a non profit created to benefit the local families of Cape Ann that have been affected by cancer. We use the proceeds of our efforts to aid the families financial and emotionally through the tough times that cancer brings to their lives.
We would also like to thank our special guest Mike Watson; long drive champion who donated his drives on hole #4, a 360 yard par 4 where he reached the green consistently throughout the day.
Thank you to Thom Falzarano for donating his time to take all of the amazing pictures of the event.
The tournament ended with a sudden death card off between last year’s champs and Drew Dominick’s team (Drew Dominick, Nate Levie, JD Aspesi, Dean Babine). In the end Mike Pratt, Anthony Ellis, Tony Grillo, and Billy Suppa took first place as repeat champions.
Also congratulations to Jason Balzarini for longest drive and Joe Nguyen for closest to the pin honors.
If you are interested in learning more about Family Ties please go to our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Family-Ties-Non-Profit/650659004954264
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Logan Airport from Deer Island – Winthrop, MA
Being a kid in Magnolia means jumping off the Pier! Yes, that is Mayor Kirk who now knows what it’s like to be a Magnolia Kid!
A Helping Hand?
After the Magnolia Road Race Mayor Kirk and the residents of Magnolia made their way down to the Pier for what many here in Magnolia do often. Jump from the Pier! Well in all good fun and an opportunity to raise a few dollars and help encourage Mayor Kirk in making the leap of faith! The push was raffled off, well don’t you know the wining bidder was Mac Bell. With a helping the mayor was inflight to a safe landing in Magnolia Harbor. Thanks to all that made the Magnolia Libary celebration a success.
Magnolia Events This Weekend! Don’t Miss These!
The Annual Magnolia Art Show will be held this weekend! This very popular annual event showcases paintings, sculptures, mixed media & photographs from Cape Ann’s fine artists. All displayed works are also for sale, and a portion of all proceeds will benefit your Magnolia’s Library & Community Center. Please join us at 1 Lexington Ave on Friday from 7-9pm (includes an artist’s reception with champagne punch & light refreshments, or on Saturday (10-7) or Sunday (10-4). Support your community & local artists, and have a great time!
Also on Saturday is the Magnolia Historical Society’s Cookout and open house. Enjoy free BBQ fare from 11-2 and a tour of their building at 46 Magnolia Ave!
Save the Date! The annual Magnolia 5K Road Race will be held Saturday August 24. An adult & a Children’s race, pancake breakfast and family activities will be held at the Magnolia Library & Community Center and along Lexington Ave. This is event you will NOT want to miss!
James (Cape Ann Giclee) & I out enjoying the show! More photos soon!
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