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Grand Opening of Mary Rose Vintage Designs on Main Street

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Hi Joey-

I think people may be interested in learning about a beautiful and interesting new shop named Mary Rose Vintage Design,located at 269 Main Street in Gloucester.

My son Evan ( his pictures) and I completely enjoyed ourselves at the grand opening this past Sunday.

Just step through the front door and you will instantly feel just how lovely the owner, Jackie Colussi (pictured here) is by the warmth and heart she has put into the design of her shop.

You will find that she certainly has a talent for finding unique objects with distinctive character.

Do yourself a favor and check it out!

Best,

Janet(Rice)and Evan(Shay)

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Big Mike’s Bikes Grand Opening Sunday April 28th 10-4

Joey!

We are having a grand opening at our new space on Sunday, April 28 from 10 AM-4 PM at our new location at 50 Maplewood Ave. We’ll have some free food, some giveaways, sales on great bike stuff, and some cool stuff for kids!

Also maybe if I’m lucky, I can get Jim Dowd to come over and yell about terrorists and/or bike thieves for awhile.

Thanks!

Kathleen

Big Mike’s Bikes

Gauthier Gallery Grand Opening

Last Sunday, I stopped by the Gauthier Gallery grand opening on Main Street.

I had visited (and posted about) the Gauthier Gallery before, so it was nice to see how things have been coming together.  Most of the artists involved were there:

There is a great selection of art there right now! Here are some sample shots:

It’s not just paintings; there are elaborately decorated boxes…

Painted wooden trunks…

… and colorful scarfs:

Elizabeth Gauthier has started a new activity at her gallery: painting parties!  From her website:

The-Painting-Party offers an upbeat evening of painting and socializing for both the artistic and the not so artistically inclined. You will be guided through step by step instructions by an accomplished art instructor. It’s fun and totally stress free.

And by the end of the night you will be amazed at the work of art that YOU created. You will go home with a painting that is uniquely yours – and perhaps a new found talent you’ll want to nurture!

She has a schedule on her website.

- Fr. Matthew Green

G33K Grand Opening Week sales on until Sunday

If you have ever wanted to make a customized tee-shirt, now is the time!  During the G33K store (130 Main St.) grand opening week, printing a custom design only costs $10 (plus the cost of the shirt), with no cost for setting up the design. You can bring in your own graphic or work with Allen to have him come up with the design you need using stock images. He prints them onto the shirts right there in the store, as I illustrated in an earlier post.

Also, if you want to play some video games but can’t afford an X-Box, you can go to the gaming room and play with their machines, for just $3 an hour discount price during the Grand opening.

If you want a funny tee-shirt but don’t feel like making up your own, the store has quite a stock of shirts with funny images and slogans:

There are also graphic novels, including a series of adaptations of Orson Scott Card’s “Ender’s Game” novels (which I am just starting to read – the novels, that is; the graphic novels will probably come later…).

 

There are also skateboards and related paraphernalia:

(Note the awesome pickle-riding-fire-breathing-rainbow-jumping liger shirt on the left in the photo above! I now have one of those without the text advertisement – thanks, Allen!) They also sell gaming supplies and other related items.  Quite a variety, really!

Lastly, if he’s not busy, you can chat with the owner, Allen, who is a really nice guy!  We were discussing scifi and fantasy novels as I took these photos.

- Fr. Matthew Green

 

 

 

 

 

G33K Grand Opening Tuesday-Sunday

The G33K store at 130 Main St. in Gloucester has been open for a little while, but now they are fully stocked!  They offer “geeky” and custom T-shirts, gaming materials, video games (which you can play right there in the back room), and now also graphic novels!

You can visit them on Facebook for more details.

Grand Opening of The Hive

Art Haven held the grand opening of it’s community center, The Hive, on Saturday, July 28th.  There was a good turn-out with a lot of local artists and familiar faces from Gloucester’s cultural community – plus, delicious food from Giuseppe’s!  They have done a great job preparing this space.

“Cape Ann Art Haven is a community space where artists of all ages and abilities are encouraged to develop creativity and confidence through hands on learning and collaboration.”

Here are some photos from the event.  For a slideshow, click on the mosaic below – or scroll down to see some highlights!

- Fr. Matthew Green

Save the date and come celebrate!

What better way is there to celebrate Art Haven’s four year anniversary than the GRAND OPENING of THE HIVE, their new adult and high school community center on Pleasant Street!?! So… Save the date – July 28th! Free event with food from Classic Cooks, dessert from Giuseppe’s and drinks from Pleasant Street Tea Company… It’s gonna be A LOT of fun. Come celebrate with us!

More info at Art Haven’s web site and the Facebook event page – hope you can make it!

The Cave, “Cheese Chocolate and Wine” – grand opening this week!

Remember The Cave,  “Purveyors of Cheese, Chocolate, and Wine”, soon to open at 44 Main Street in Gloucester, covered in this post last month?  They will be having their grand opening on the evening Thursday, June 21, from 5 to 7PM.

I met the proprietor, Laura Cramer at Bodin’s Historic Photo and Fine Art last week at the Dad’s Night Out event. I got a nice photo of Fred and Laura together – but I didn’t notice that I didn’t have a memory card in my camera…  So, you’ll just have to use your imagination.

She had brought along a platter of delicious cheese, crackers and olives:

Since people were a bit slow to come into the store, she took the platter outside to tempt passers-by:

(photo by Fred Bodin)

The cheese was really delicious, and Laura really knows her business; she explained the origin and characteristics of each cheese, which she had obviously chosen with care.  Check out the store’s grand opening this Thursday! And don’t miss those evening events at Bodin’s Historic Photo. You’re bound to find interesting people and good food, not to mention Fred’s fascinating photos, paintings by local artists, and more.

What’s Cooking Grand Opening Day Video With Brian Rice

At The Site of The Former Scroo Cookin’ What’s Cookin’ will be holding their grand Opening today at 11AM

Free cup of soup to the first 30 people and $2 Pulled Pork & Bolognese sliders!  We are also the sole distributor of Gloucester’s finest sausage – Trupiano’s!

You heard it here!

185 Washington Street, Thursday January 26th Get There Today and Say You Saw It On GMG!

What’s Cookin’? Grand Opening Tomorrow at 11 am

At The Site of The Former Scroo Cookin’ What’s Cookin’ will be holding their grand Opening tomorrow at 11AM

Free cup of soup to the first 30 people and $2 Pulled Pork & Bolognese sliders!  We are also the sole distributor of Gloucester’s finest sausage – Trupiano’s!

You heard it here!

185 Washington Street, Thursday January 26th, Be There!

Come To The Khan Studio GMG Gallery Official Grand Opening Thursday Night For Some Joey C Iced Tea Made With Bee-Strot Local Honey

Thursday Night June 2

Served in Mason Jars Made By Our Gallery Next Door Neighbor Wendy

Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery at 77 Rocky Neck Ave, G3

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Pop Gallery Gives Thanks For Successful Grand Opening

Joey – We wanted to thank everyone for coming out to the Grand Opening of Pop Gallery on Saturday. So many people came in to wish us luck, we felt very welcomed into the ‘hood. It was a great time and people really took our pink theme to heart and showed their own personal pinkness.
Peg, Linda, Joyce, Sonja & Betsy

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Pop Gallery To Celebrate Grand Opening Party Sept 18th With Pop Pink Theme

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Come help us celebrate the opening of Pop Gallery.

Gloucester’s newest art, design, jewelry, clothing and homewares destination.

An evening of cocktails and apps in conjunction with the Dog Bar next door.

We’re a co-op gallery featuring MA artists:

Linda Cordner, Betsy Frost, Sonja Grondstra, Joyce Roessler and Peggy Russell. 

Along with work by a host of other talented craftspeople.

Saturday, Sept. 18

3pm-9pm

Theme is Pop Pink, dress appropriately.
67 Main St., Gloucester, MA

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Pop Gallery

67 Main Street

Gloucester, MA 01930

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Cape Ann Brewing Official Opening Press Release

 

March 3, 2009

 

Contact: Dylan L’Abbe-Lindquist

Cape Ann Brewing Company

978-281-4782

www.capeannbrewing.com

 Cape Ann Brewing Company Opens Brew Pub in Gloucester

 (Gloucester, MA) – Cape Ann Brewing Company, an award-winning, family-owned, micro-brewery and the home of Fisherman’s Brew, in the heart of downtown Gloucester, announced today the opening of its highly anticipated Brewpub.

 The Brewpub, features the brewery’s award-winning craft beers brewed onsite, in a unique community gathering room featuring a bar shaped like the port side of a ship. Long, German-style wooden tables and a sitting area with several rocking chairs create a mellow, laid back atmosphere unlike anything else in the Cape Ann community. Classic board games, books, magazines, newspapers and bar games are available for leisurely enjoyment. Local artist renderings adorn the wood-paneled walls and the large picture windows look out onto St. Peter’s Square where the famed St. Peter’s Fiesta is held each June.

 Cape Ann Brewing Company was founded in 2004. Head brewer and co-founder Jeremy Goldberg began his sojourn into professional brewing as a home-brewer and broker on Wall Street. After September 11, 2001, looking for a change Goldberg embarked upon a 38 brewery 40 day micro-brewery cross-country tour with a some  of friends to film the documentary, American Beer. Upon return, Goldberg knew that the brewing industry was his future and 6 months later, along with his father Michael Goldberg and his brother in law, had begun preparation for the opening of the Cape Ann Brewing Company. In May of 2004 Cape Ann Brewing released it’s Fisherman’s Brew and have grown to distribute it’s beer in 9 states from Maine to Virginia.

 “My family and I are immensely proud of the brews we produce and are delighted to be able to serve our customers on premise,” said Jeremy Goldberg, Head Brewer and co-founder of Cape Ann Brewing Company. “It was my father’s and my dream to start a micro-brewery together. Our Brewpub is family-friendly and not the typical watering hole. We don’t serve liquor at all, and only serve the beer is made right here.”

 The Brewpub will also feature non-alcoholic beverages and pizza from Panorama Pizza in Gloucester. The menu will soon expand to include offerings from several local businesses including Panorama Pizza, Ned’s Groceria, and Sasquatch Smoked Fish, as well as an assortment of bar snacks. 

 Cape Ann Brewing brews a variety of craft beers at the brewery -

 Available both on draft and in the bottle:

-Fisherman’s Brew, the company’s flagship offering is an American Amber Lager. 

-Fisherman’s IPA, an Indian Pale Ale 

-Fisherman’s Ale, a Kolsch style ale which received the gold medal at the Great International Beer Festival in the fall of 2007

-Fisherman’s Pumpkin Stout, our autumn offering, which was awarded the 2007 New England Microbrew Championship at the 2007 Lowell Ribs-‘N-Brews festival

-Fisherman’s Navigator, a German style Doppel-bock offered during the Winter season

-Fisherman’s Bavarian Wheat, our Spring/Summer offering, a Hefeweizen

 Available only on draft when available:

-Fisherman’s Tea Party, a barley wine made with three different types of tea that were amongst those dumped during the Boston Tea Party

-Fisherman’s Greenhorn Double-IPA, a high alcohol amply hopped IPA, not for the faint of heart

-Fisherman’s Dunkelweiss, a dark German wheat beer

 Cape Ann Brewing Company

Founded in 2004, Cape Ann Brewing Company is an award-winning, family-owned, micro-brewery in the heart of the historic seaport of Gloucester in Cape Ann. Brewing beer whose bold flavor and character reflects the spirit and courage of the sailors of the North Atlantic fishing fleet, and is the same passion that drives what we do. The Fisherman’s line of beer is a tribute to hard work, and a salute to friendships that endure. Cape Ann Brewing continues it’s support of the Northeast Seafood Coalition, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving fishing communities, protecting fishery resources and feeding the world, and urges people to get involved in aiding our local fishermen.