Tag Archives: Bass Rocks Golf Club

Bass Rocks Golf Club in the Lifting Fog

Bass Rocks Golf Club ©Kim Smith 2013Shrouded in fog–

Bass Rocks Golf Club -1 ©Kim Smith 2013a few moments later–it didn’t take long for the fog to lift in the rising sun. Click image to view larger.

Bass Rocks Golf Club Cat-tails ©Kim Smith 2013. copyCat-tail

Bass Rocks Golf Club -2 ©Kim Smith 2013.

Thanks to Heidi Dallin for the tip to go see how pretty the Golf Course looked. I often see Heidi out running and exercising when filming at daybreak.

In searching for their website link, I learned that the Bass Rocks Golf Cub is the BONS (Best of North Shore) recipient of the 2013 award for the “Best Private Golf Course North Shore!”

Community Stuff 2/28/13

Hi Joey, We were looking to post an announcement of a Bridal Show we are having at Bass Rocks Golf Club March 24th from 12-3. There is no charge and those who register early will have chance at a “Free Venue Rental” and $1000 off catering from Timothy Hopkins Catering. They can register at eventsales@bassrocksgolfclub.org

Thank you!

Peter N. Hood, Jr.

GM/Director of Golf

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Joan Ciolino submits-

Hi Joey – I’m part of a huge family project to wish my kickass Aunt Addie a happy 90th birthday.  I am trying to gather 90 digital signatures / happy birthday wishes that I can then print off and send to her.  Could you please pop this up on GMG and we’ll get this thing DONE  prontissimo!  She has a great story – details here:

http://jomaj.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/ninety-for-90/

THANKS !!!!!

Christopher Cutler Rich – Cape Ann Animal Shelter– Fund Raiser

IMG_1726aThe Christopher Cutler Rich – Cape Ann Animal Shelter, held their 2nd annual Golf Tournament and auction at Bass Rocks Golf Club.

 

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IMG_1737 Bruce Tarr – Auctioneer Extraordinaire and State Senator

Auctioned Trips to the Bahamas, signed Bruins Hockey pucks, shirts and Lobster Trap chairs and much more, all donated to help support the Animal Shelter.

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IMG_1755The Mike Fpnzo Phenomenal Volunteer Award presented to Peter and Diana Porper. (photo below)

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Winners of the Golf Tournament with a score of 58, photo below.

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Andrew and Rick Southgate, Nick Carleton and Chris Mason

Golf Outing at Bass Rocks Golf Club for the New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium–Update

UPDATE:

Because of wet conditions at Bass Rocks Golf Club, the Gloucester Fishermen Athletic Association golf outing has been postponed until Tuesday, October 9. Tee Times are still available by calling Gerry Hart at 978-283-0686.

 

The Partnership between the City of Gloucester and the Gloucester Fishermen Athletic Association is producing outstanding results. As a result of this partnership, construction of the New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium is about to begin. You can help with the effort and have a great time doing it by playing golf at Bass Rocks Golf Club on October 1, 2012. Bass Rocks is open to the public for next Monday (10/1) only and 50% of your fee will be donated to the scoreboard at the New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium.

clip_image001 Thanks to Rockport National Bank, there is now a hole-in-one contest on the Eighth Hole.

The date is Monday, October 1, 2012, and tee times are available from 9AM to 2PM at $320 per foursome and tee times are now available at $100 per person; this includes golf and a cart. The golf shop will be open for additional purchases and the Clubhouse will be open for refreshments. Proper dress is required; no jeans or tee shirts.

Make your tee times with GFAA Board member Dave Amero at Favazza Johnson Insurance Agency at 218 Main Street Gloucester or call at 978-283-0016. Please do not call the Bass Rocks Pro Shop.

SeArts Fashion Show – Wearable Art (Model Slide_Show)

Terry Weber writes:

Yesterday’s Celebrate Wearable Art Show was a smashing success, with over 160 attendees enjoying a runway fashion show featuring designs and jewelry from local and other artists. The event, organized by volunteers and friends of seARTS, was held at the Bass Rocks Golf Club and attendees enjoyed not only a spectacular runway show, but a luncheon, and opportunities to shop for one of a kind pieces. The beautiful models included local fashion lovers and professional models recruited by Mobius and Rising Design of Boston. The show was a fundraiser benefiting the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts (seARTS) which seeks to energize the arts community of Cape Ann– and if you attended the fashion show, you know they accomplished their mission!

See Designers photo below, and also enjoy slide_show of the models displaying Wearable Art by CLICKING on Any Photo.

Guitar Masters to Headline seARTS Benefit Concert

Jazz legend Larry Coryell and  renowned guitarists Ken Bonfield and Steve Davison will lead an inspiring tour of the world of American fingerstyle guitar in a benefit for the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts on Nov. 19. “Celebrating the Guitar: A Masters’ Showcase” will feature country blues, ragtime and folk, traditional Celtic, jazz and classical pieces in an intimate café-style setting, appealing to fingerstyle guitar aficionados and newcomers alike.

The concert will feature three of the most talented guitarists performing today in a single venue. Coryell, one of the world’s acknowledged guitar masters, has recorded 75 albums over the past 40 years. The New York Times called him “a true pioneer of rock-jazz fusion.” Bonfield, a Gloucester resident who has toured nationally since 1994, was called “one of the best guitarists recording today” by Wind &Wire. Davison, who released his debut “White River Suite” this year, has teamed with Bonfield on the “Artistry of the Guitar” tour around the country.

-        “Larry (Coryell) has remained in the pantheon of great jazz guitarists for more than 40 years.”- Jim Wadsworth Productions

-        “(Ken) Bonfield’s music always evokes strong emotions and vivid images… (he) may be the best acoustic guitarist recording today. ” – Wind and Wire

-        “Cafés and other venues ought to be booking the 52-year-old (Steve) Davison … It is really good to see someone at the top of their game.” – Arkansas Times

Tickets for “Celebrating the Guitar: A Masters’ Showcase,” are on sale now for $75 before Oct. 31 and $85 thereafter at http://tinyurl.com/searts-2010-benefit or by emailing info@searts.org. Tickets are limited and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Bass Rocks Golf Club is also home to seARTS original “Art Loan Program” and the arts on the walls are original works for sale by 24 seARTS artist members.  The evening will also feature over a dozen ceramic artists of Cape Ann whose work will be on display and for sale to benefit seARTS.

  WHAT:           “Celebrating the Guitar: A Masters’ Showcase

-        Jazz legend Larry Coryell and renowned guitarists Ken Bonfield and Steve Davison to play a concert featuring American fingerstyle guitar

-        Fall fundraiser for the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 19

-        6 p.m. Art Show Walk-around

-        6:30-7:30 Hearty Hors D’Oeuvres

-        7:30-10PM  Music

WHERE:          Bass Rocks Golf Club, 34 Beach Road, Gloucester

-        Note: Intimate café-style setting; seating is limited

 TICKETS:        $75 before Oct. 31; $85 thereafter                                                                                                          Contact info@searts.org or http://tinyurl.com/searts-2010-benefit

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 The Society for the Encouragement of the Arts is a coalition of individual artists, art organizations, cultural and civic groups, and businesses working to improve the economic base for the arts on Cape Ann, and to promote Cape Ann’s thriving arts community and rich arts heritage.  The Society for the Encouragement of the Arts has been a recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Adams Arts Fund for Cultural Economic Development and the Boston Foundation’s Bruce J. Anderson fund.

CONTACT:  Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco

Society for the Encouragement of the Arts

978.281.1222  or at jgdefalco@verizon.net