Category Archives: Rockport

Way to be, Jack Ass!

I guess for someone, stealing is easier than working for it.  And from kids nonetheless. Allow me to explain.

If you’ve browsed any of my previous posts here on GMG, you’ve probably come to know a few things about me.  You probably know that I’m long winded (does that actually apply to writing?) and you’ve probably gotten to “know” my two young boys….and maybe you’ve learned that they love the ocean.  More than loving it, they work hard at being budding little lobstermen, and they’re pretty passionate about it.

If you haven’t seen it yet, maybe this will help paint the picture

Young and Salty

My boys, along with their three great friends…on our friends’ boat, go lobstering typically twice per week all summer long.  With only ten traps, they certainly don’t do it to make money….they do it because they love it.  And, they do it for Lobsterfest!  Once each summer (maybe twice if we’re lucky)… we gather our families and some of our local friends, and we have a feast to end all feasts. More importantly, we have laugh after laugh, in one of the most picturesque towns I know.  It is, without a doubt, one of our favorite evenings of the entire summer.

We check the tide chart….we check our busy summer schedules…and we pick a day.  This summer…that day was Saturday.

The kids feel tremendous pride that their hard work supplies the Stars of the Show:  The Rockport Harbor Lobsters!  They feel tremendous pride that our guests….friends who have watched them grow, learn, laugh, and cry…gather to enjoy a quintessential summer evening and “oooh and ahhhh” over their bounty! They feel tremendous pride in being such a huge part of such a special tradition.

So, maybe you can imagine our shock and dismay to discover that THE lobsters had been stolen from the water on Friday night.  Holding tank and all.  Gone.  As a friend put it, “It’s like losing your uniform the night before the Big Game.”  The night before Lobsterfest.

I get that maybe the thief wasn’t aware that those lobsters had been slowly gathered by a group of dedicated children…and their two amazing dads.  Two dads who take the time to show those kids how to haul and set their gear.  Two dads who, while they love lobstering with the kids, may actually prefer to cast a few rods, set an anchor at the beach, or play a round of golf on a few more occasions, rather than continuously tend to the traps.  Or maybe they wouldn’t rather do those things, either way, that isn’t the point.

The point is, Stealing is wrong…and I’m pissed.

“The children must be crushed!” you may be thinking.  Well, actually, the children don’t know.  Luckily, those two amazing dads also had the wherewithal to not let the children know that someone had stolen their lobsters.  They would have been beyond devastated.  They would have been hurt.  They probably would have been confused.

Those two amazing dads also didn’t want our guests to know that they had to scramble and buy lobsters in the eleventh hour.  They certainly didn’t want any guests to run out and purchase lobsters themselves….not that any of those guests would have minded!  Lucky also is that Cape Ann is the type of community where friends rally for each other.  Lucky also is that, having lived here forever, those two amazing dads have people who were happy to help them and that getting enough lobsters to feed our friends was possible.

So, Lobsterfest was a giant success.  Those little “lobsterkids” are none the wiser and, while we’re still mad, it would take more than a small time thief (Jack Ass) to ruin a wonderful summer evening with such amazing friends.  Still, shame on them.

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Lunch at the Emerson Inn

A few weeks ago my sister (Painter Barb) and her husband Robert visited us in Rockport. We discovered that our neighbor, the Emerson Inn by the Sea, was open for lunch in the summer. The convenience was only equalled by the tasty food. We marked the occasion by eating a platter of Darmariscotta oysters, seafood luncheon entries, and a good sit on the open porch. http://www.emersoninnbythesea.com/amenities.htm

A few weeks ago my sister (Painter Barb) and her husband Robert visited us in Rockport. We discovered that our neighbor, the Emerson Inn by the Sea, was open for lunch in the summer. The convenience was only equalled by the tasty food. We marked the occasion by eating a platter of Darmariscotta oysters, seafood luncheon entries, and a good sit on the open porch. http://www.emersoninnbythesea.com/amenities.htm

Part of the restaurant at the Emerson Inn is called the Veranda, a screened in dining area with adjoining open porch with rocking chairs. It all overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

Part of the restaurant at the Emerson Inn is called the Veranda, a screened in dining area with adjoining open porch with rocking chairs. It all overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

The grounds of the Emerson have beautiful plantings, benches, and a pool.

The grounds of the Emerson have beautiful plantings, benches, and a pool.

While There’s No Such Thing as a Bad Beach….

Yesterday, during a miraculous 30 minute session of sitting still at the beach, I fired off this short little post about Beach Pros and Cons….as I was contemplating which beach is “best” for my boys (ummm….and me).

http://goodmorninggloucester.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/does-size-really-matter/

So, today, I invite you to participate in this little summer poll

 

Please comment with additional answers if you’d like as it is impossible to adequately include all kinds of beach experiences!

 

 

 

Does it Get Any Better?

I can imagine that it may get old listening to me drone on about how unbelievably awesome it is to live here on Cape Ann, but forgive me, because I’m about to do it again.

Last night, onboard the Lannon, I had the pleasure of meeting some people throughout the evening that I had never met before and whom I thoroughly enjoyed chatting with.  There was the “always trust a Burnham” friend who insisted that my super moon photos are inaccurate (whom I hope to prove wrong with a photo of the moon near the Annisquam Yacht Club that I’ll attach in a minute)…the “excuse me ma’am” friend who, while he made me feel like I was 90 years old, also made me smile each time he walked by…..a possible new dentist….a really nice gentleman and FOB who used to live in the same home on Pebble Beach that my husband grew up in, etc.  I love meeting new people and each of those conversations enhanced an evening that was already pretty phenomenal because of the company of existing friends, a gorgeous evening, and an amazing venue.  Ummm….and a rum drink in a coconut.  Come on, really!  Several people asked me the same question…”What do you write about for GMG?”  I found myself at a loss for a decent answer at first, but at the end of the night, I found myself saying, “I cheerlead for how crazy cool Cape Ann is.”  Seemed like a good enough answer.

So, for kicks, allow me to recap the last seven days….as if anyone really needs me to highlight how crazy awesome this community is.

In 7 days’ time, we have gotten up close and personal with no fewer than 20 humpback whales (both on the Hurricane from Cape Ann Whale Watch and a smallish center console boat courtesy of some very good friends). We spent a super fun evening with those same friends to celebrate my husband’s birthday, took their boat around the backshore (some of the most beautiful coastline in the world if you ask me), had lots of delicious food and drinks at The Studio, stopped at the Mile Marker, and saw an incredible sunset over Thacher’s Island on the way home.  Two days later the kids joined us as we all enjoyed a day that took us out of Rockport Harbor, around the backshore again, into Gloucester Harbor, out to Stellwagen Bank, to the Cape Ann Brewery, down the Annisquam River, for a evening swim at Wingaersheek Beach, a “meet and greet” with Tyler on the Pin Wheel from Wicked Tuna (who came over because he thought we were having boat trouble when he saw the kids waving to him…How nice is that?!), around Halibut Point, and back home into Rockport.  My boys have hauled lobster traps with “Uncle Dave”. We have spent time at what the boys call “our beach” right at the end of our road.  Meeting friends at Old Garden Beach is always one of our favorite types of summer day and never gets old.  To see my boys growing up alongside the children of good friends and playing with them summer after summer…all carefree and sandy is too good for words.  We have gone on the Gloucester Harbor Water Shuttle…twice….with two different groups of friends…and the boys were thrilled to help impart a bit of their knowledge of the waterfront.  Both of those harbor tours ended with fun meals and laughs on outdoor decks.  Does it get any better?  We spent an afternoon at Capt. Carlos and another one at the Studio (which will never get old).  We had a play date at Maritime Gloucester for probably the thirtieth time… and loved it as if it was the 1st.  We’ve ordered smoothies and simply driven around town…because, for some reason, that NEVER gets old for the boys.  We’ve watched boats unload and watched fisherman mend gear.  We’ve walked through Rockport, hung out with United States Navy, had a few ice creams along the way, bought cupcakes at Rockin’ Cupcakes on Bearskin Neck for Freddy’s b-day, and sat by our new fire pit at night.  Oh, and of course, took an incredible evening sail on the Thomas Lannon.  For real…quite a week.

I write this not to bore you with a-week-in-the-life-of-the-Schraffts, but rather to demonstrate how a completely normal week can unfold with ease in one of the world’s best communities.

Go get your summer on, peeps.  Embrace this place for all it has to offer!

Maritime Glouceter

The Lannon

Rockin’ Cupcakes

The Studio Restaurant

Gloucester Water Shuttle

Mile Marker

Capt. Carlos

Cape Ann Whale Watch

 

 

 

Kickin’ It in Rockport!

What a ball!   On Saturday morning men and women from the United States Navy joined forces with some young and eager kickball stars from Rockport.  The results were a mad game of Kickball!  The Midshipmen (trust me when I say I did some research to figure out the correct terms to use for these awesome men and women…but, since they were out of uniform, I’m at a loss) were unbelievable with the kids and, while the game was competitive, it was also hysterical to watch.  Children 6 years old and older were welcome to register in advance for the opportunity to play with and against the Navy.  At the end of the game they game some younger children (including the Finnster) a chance to kick and run the bases as well.

Thanks to all of those involved!  Lasting memories for these young kids for sure.

Young and Salty

We were on our good friends’ boat the other day with their 3 children, our two boys, and two additional cousins.  As we watched all of the children laugh and chill on the bow while we made our way around the back shore of Gloucester, he said, “I love that these kids are all growing up so salty.”

Well, me too.

Today the boys asked if I would do a post in which they could talk about how they haul lobster traps.  How do you say “no” to that!  So, as they hauled some gear, I took a bunch of photos and they taught me what was up along the way.

This is what they had to say….

 

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Rockport Stuff: A Reunion for Locals, Parade & Bonfire, CHEESE at the Farmers Market!

The Rockport Fireman’s Parade begins at 6pm on the 4th of July!

 

Friday, July 4th: Parade & Bonfire Look for the Rockport Farmers Market float at the parade, and be sure to stay for the bonfire on Back Beach! (Affectionately known as the Rockport Inferno — a can’t-miss event if you’ve never seen it before.)

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Saturday, July 5th: Rockport Reunion Reconnect with old friends and people you grew up with at a fun event with great food, games, beer, Twin Lights soda and more organized by a whole bunch of Rockport-loving locals. The organizers still need volunteers to help. For tickets and more information, click HERE.

*Saturday, July 5th: Rockport Farmers Market!* New this week: small-batch cheeses from a Vermont farm, jellies and relishes, plus cold-brewed tea, baked goods (whoopie pies, breads and much more), farm-raised beef, fudge sauce, fresh pesto, maple syrup, hummus, salsa and guacamole. And don’t forget the produce! Lots of produce will be on hand from First Light Farm, Vintage Greens, Seaview Farm and Grant Family Farm.

 

Cape Ann Holiday Celebration Schedule

July 3rd

Photo by Northshorekid.com

Ringo Tarr and The Gloucester Fund present a Free Concert on Gloucester Harbor to kick off the Independence Day weekend! Concert features Cape Ann Big Band and The Runaround Sound.  This year we feature a LASER LIGHT SHOW bigger and better than ever before, plus a brand-new surprise.

Located near the Blyman Canal and Blyman Bridge section of the Boulevard on Gloucester Harbor. The scheduled events for the night include: (times are not exact)

  • 5:00 - Music begins
  • 6:00 – Horribles Parade passes right down the Boulevard.
  • 7:00 – Cape Ann Big Band immediately after the parade
  • 8:00 – The Runaround Sound -  Gloucester’s favorite high-energy band featuring ska, reggae, soul and more.
  • 9:15 – Laser Light Show – You don’t want to miss
  • 9:30 – FIREWORKS
  • 10:00 – Music resumes and a SPECIAL SURPRISE ~ Dancing til 11pm!

July 4

10:00 a.m – Manchester By the Sea Independence Day Parade

6:00 p.m. – Rockport Firemen’s Parade

8:30 p.m. – Rockport Legion Band Concert on Back Beach

9:00 p.m. – Rockport Bonfire on Back Beach

Livingston Taylor at Shalin on July 1 & 2 – Don’t Miss This

LIVINGSTON TAYLOR

Tuesday, July 1, 8 PM

Wednesday, July 2, 8 PM

From upbeat storytelling to touching ballads, Livingston Taylor is known for his ability to take audiences on a musical journey, whether singing  hits “I’ll Come Running,” “I Will Be in Love with You” or other favorites.   His vast musical knowledge has inspired a varied repertoire, and he is equally at home with a range of musical genres, including folk, pop, gospel and jazz.  His versatility has led to performing with such major artists as Linda Ronstadt, Jimmy Buffett and Jethro Tull among many others. As the younger brother of iconic folk rock star James Taylor, Livingston successfully carved out his own niche in the pop music world, gaining acclaim for exquisitely reworked covers of classics like “On Broadway” and “Over the Rainbow” among others, as well as his warm, heartfelt original tunes.  Don’t miss the breezy sounds of Livingston Taylor, two performances on July 1 & 2


Shalin Liu Performance Center
Rockport, MA 01966
978.546.7391

Check out the Summer Concerts

Calling All Chefs!

I don’t know much about the restaurant business, but I’m guessing that it isn’t common practice to “copy” items from other restaurants’ menus.  That having been said, could someone PLEASE add this to their menu on Cape Ann?

We had an early dinner at the Brant Point Grill at the White Elephant on Nantucket and I could have eaten 10 of these!  So unbelievably delicious!

Creamy Ricotta Cheese, Asparagus, Honeycomb, Almonds, and Quinoa

Creamy Ricotta Cheese, Asparagus, Honeycomb, Almonds, and Quinoa

The White Elephant, Nantucket

 

Fiesta Weekend Music Lineup

Music for everyone

TONIGHT, Thursday, June 26, 2014

Dan King
6:00 pm DAN KING

with Renee Dupuis
6 Rowe Square, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-865-3210

Soul Rebel Project
7:00 pm Listen to Soul Rebel Project SOUL REBEL PROJECT

Bridge Deck – Reggae
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Lving in Paris
8:00 pm JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LVING IN PARIS

267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

DJ Scottie Mac
8:00 pm Listen to DJ Scottie Mac DJ SCOTTIE MAC

Black Light Graffiti Party
18 Roger Street, Gloucester, MA
Groove Therapy
8:00 pm Listen to Groove Therapy GROOVE THERAPY

14 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-515-7817

FREE SHOW
  8:00 pm  CLAREMONT TRIO

Lauded as “one of America’s finest young chamber groups,” (Strad Magazine).
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

The Runaround Sound
8:00 pm THE RUNAROUND SOUND

St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
Dave Sag's Blues Party
8:30 pm DAVE SAG’S BLUES PARTY

with Mari Martin, Jim Gambino, Steve Chaggaris, Bob Enik
40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-283-9732

FREE SHOW
  9:00 pm  HIGH HOPES
Reggae

25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-0223

FREE SHOW

TOMORROW, Friday, June 27, 2014

  3:00 pm  OPEN REHEARSAL: BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

Observe the award-winning ensemble’s collaborative process preparing for a concert.
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

FREE SHOW
Inge Berge 7:00 pm Listen to Inge Berge INGE BERGE electronic acoustic indie

141 Essex Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-515-7386

FREE SHOW
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Lving in Paris 8:00 pm JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LVING IN PARIS

267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

 Mike Forgette 8:00 pm  GENERATION GAP

Bridge Deck – Alternative Rock
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
8:00 pm  BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

The Grammy-nominated Boston Early Music Festival orchestra
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

  8:30 pm  SEABREEZE

St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
The Runaround Sound 9:00 pm THE RUNAROUND SOUND

27-29 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-283-6342

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  FRONT RUNNER

65 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-6565

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  JOHN JEROME

Band
2 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-879-4622

FREE SHOW
Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  SPOTTED TIGER

77 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4554

FREE SHOW
Soul Rebel Project 9:00 pm Listen to Soul Rebel Project SOUL REBEL PROJECT

roots rock reggae
25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-0223

FREE SHOW
Ned and The Big Babies 9:30 pm Listen to Ned and The Big Babies NED AND THE BIG BABIES rock pop rock indie

40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-283-9732

FREE SHOW

Saturday, June 28, 2014

  2:00 pm  NEXT GENERATION RECITAL

This years Next Generation concert features three young musicians from Bard College.
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

FREE SHOW
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Lving in Paris 3:00 pm JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LVING IN PARIS

267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

Dan King 5:00 pm DAN KING

Bridge Deck – Early Show
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
Henri Smith 7:30 pm Listen to Henri Smith HENRI SMITH

Till 10:30
51 Rocky Neck Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-283-4123

FREE SHOW
Mike Forgette 8:00 pm  AFTERFAB

AFTERFAB – The Beatles Solo Years – in concert
21 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-309-8448

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Lving in Paris 8:00 pm JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LVING IN PARIS

267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

Live Dead - A Tribute to The Grateful Dead 8:00 pm LIVE DEAD – A TRIBUTE TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD

Grateful Fiesta Celebration with Live Dead, The North Shore’s Premier Grateful Dead Experience!
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
  8:00 pm  BOSTON SYMPHONY CHAMBER PLAYERS

BSO’s principal players and one of the world’s most distinguished chamber ensembles
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

  8:00 pm  FRANCO CORSO

with Lisa Della Rosa
St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 8:30 pm  CHRIS PHILLIPS

7 Central Street, Manchester, MA

Phone: 978-526-7494

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  BOOTY VORTEX

27-29 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-283-6342

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  FUNBUCKET

65 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-6565

FREE SHOW
Allen Estes 9:00 pm Listen to Allen Estes ALLEN ESTES

with Dave Brown & Dave Mattacks
77 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4554

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:00 pm  TERRAFUNK

funky dance party!
25 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-0223

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 9:30 pm  MEGAN MCKENZIE BAND

40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-283-9732

FREE SHOW

Sunday, June 29, 2014

 Mike Forgette 10:00 am  MARI MARTIN

Bridge Deck – Breakfast Blues Buffet ~ noon
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 1:00 pm  STEEL DRUM BAND

27-29 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-283-6342

FREE SHOW
Rhythm & Grooves ~ Carlos Menezes Jr 1:00 pm RHYTHM & GROOVES ~ CARLOS MENEZES JR

Bridge Deck ~ Till 4pm
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Lving in Paris 3:30 pm JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LVING IN PARIS

267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-4433

  5:00 pm  SPIRITHOUSE DUO

Bridge Deck – Classic Rock
75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: (978) 283-2122

FREE SHOW
  5:00 pm  JEREMY DENK, PIANO

One of America’s most thought-provoking, multi-faceted and compelling artists
37 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Phone: 978-546-7391

Michael O'Leary 6:00 pm Listen to Michael O'Leary MICHAEL O’LEARY

Celtic Music Session, 6-9pm. Trad songs ‘n tunes with string players Bob & Jennifer Strom.
7 Central Street, Manchester, MA

Phone: 978-526-7494

FREE SHOW
6:00 pm  ST. ALFIO’S BAND

Till 7pm
St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
Dan King 8:00 pm DAN KING

Open Mic Hosted by Dan King and AnnMarie
40 Railroad Ave, Gloucester, MA

Phone: 978-283-9732

FREE SHOW
 Mike Forgette 8:30 pm  PANORAMA

Featuring vocalist Natalie Pinto
St. Peter Park, Gloucester, MA 01930
FREE SHOW
Mike Forgette 9:00 pm MIKE FORGETTE

65 Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Phone: 978-281-6565

FREE SHOW

Rockport Stuff: FREE Ice Cream & Awesome Pesto (Not Together)

This Week Downtown: Free Ice Cream AND the Rockport Farmers Market.

TODAY: Thursday, June 26th at the Ice Cream Store on Bearskin Neck: Enjoy ice cream provided by the Ice Cream Store with all donations to benefit Rockport Fireworks! For more info go to the Rockport Fireworks Facebook page. Don’t miss the chance to eat some very tasty ice cream for a fun cause.

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SATURDAY, June 28th: Pesto is back at the Rockport Farmers Market! We’re thrilled that Paolo Laboa’s award-winning pesto will be featured this week, along with scones and tea from Heath’s Tea Room, produce from Vintage Greens, First Light Farm and Grant Family Farm. Baked goods, from whoopie pies to anadama bread to focaccia bread will be at the market, along with fudge sauce, fresh salsa, maple syrup, tomato plants, amazing Trupiano’s Sausage, hot coffee and much more! The Farmers Market is located in Harvey Park, downtown Rockport and runs from 9am to 1pm. Did you see this post on the value of Farmers Markets? It really captures what makes the Rockport Farmers Market so special. (Plus it offers a really awesome Trupiano’s sausage recipe.)

Upcoming Events:
Lobster Day
at the Rockport Farmers Market: July 19th
Ice Cream Social at the Rockport Farmers Market: August 9th

Interested in volunteering at the Farmers Market? Click HERE (and thank you!)

Sea Biscuit Fine Baked Goods Sasquatch Smoked Fish Wally's Blackburn Bistro

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