Mile Marker One
78 Essex Ave.
Mile Marker One
78 Essex Ave.
I’m sure you have seen the kids on the Sail GHS Team out in the harbor having a great time racing in all weather throughout the year. During the summer months, they are offering Summer Sailing Clinics in their
new, C 420 sailboats and even in their newly acquired Laser! Level II Sailing Coach, Guy Fiero is at the helm and with assistance from his very, dedicated team of volunteers. This is the biggest bargain for sailing on Cape Ann at ONLY $85 per week, Monday through Friday 8 – 11:30am. Five days a week and still time in the afternoon to hit the beach! Kids with some sailing experience ages 10 and up are welcome. Classes meet at Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center and there is no need to pre-register! Just bring yourself, your friends, and your life jackets if you have them. Sailors should arrive promptly at 8:00 am as space is limited. Discounts available.
All proceeds from this ongoing fundraiser go to Sail GHS, a non-profit organization to help defray operating costs and provide the youth of Cape Ann and beyond with this wonderful sailing opportunity!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Guy Fiero at 978-290-7894 with any questions.
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Thanks to all those who came out last week for the first summer Rockport Farmers’ Market! We had a great time and are looking forward to an entire summer of starting the weekends off with awesome food from local growers and makers. As usual, the Rockport Festivals Market booth will be staffed with volunteers to answer questions and offer information. Festival posters will be available for purchase (with other great stuff, such as t-shirts, coming soon!).
June 29th Rockport Farmers Market Lineup
First Light Farms
Ma’s Tomato Marmalade
Sea Biscuit Bakery
Twin Lights Soda
Home growers: herbs, rhubarb, flowers, produce
Garden Talk: Market-goers will enjoy having master gardener Mary White, owner of White Gardens of Rockport and a long-time organic gardener, on hand to answer questions and engage in a discussion on gardening. Mary will have tips on everything from making your own compost to growing tomatoes. The discussion is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Rockport Festivals Market booth.
Music: Brad Byrd, the award-winning singer-songwriter, will be playing at the Rockport Farmers’ Market at 11:30 a.m. — a great opportunity to hear one of the region’s best indie musicians in a fun setting!
I hope everyone else is staying as cool as these pups! They are lucky they have their Fairy Dog Ma to keep them cool.
Wow, everyone is having fun with black and white these days — I’ve always loved B&W so I went ahead and spent the dough on NIK Silver Efex, and boy, is it great! Nothing like it for spectacular skies! Here are three pix that I took a couple of summers ago, and just converted.
All the best, Bill
Doug Silva who has been making some fantastic changes as manager at his father’s Topside Grill invited our posse to fill the newly renovated space with our photos. If you haven’t heard by now from Paul Morrison’s Seasonal Restaurant Openings list, The Topside will be opening April 1st.
We stopped by Saturday morning to drop off our work and I’ll be posting some images of each of our contributors with their pieces all week long. You can check it all out for yourself (and get some great grub) on the 1st at Topside grill.
The GMG contributors who will have work for sale- Sharon Lowe, Alicia Pensarosa, David Cox, EJ LeFaveur, Donna Ardizzoni.
Here Manny gets an interview with Doug.
We start with Alicia Pensarosa and Mike.
It’s only 3 months away. Once this snow melts, we’ll be able to believe that summer will actually come again with the Red Sox, ice cream at the Cupboard after supper, walks on Good Harbor, and of course, FIESTA! Here’s a little teaser of good things to come! Enjoy!