Monthly Archives: March 2010
Fourteen years later he crossed the bridge and created a new life. Forty Years later he returned to make Gloucester his home again. His parents made many sacrifices to allow him that choice, just like many parents in Gloucester’s history did for their children.
On this anniversary of our arrival, thank you Mom and Dad (Anibal and Adelina Simoes)
This story has been repeated many times, and I would love to hear more in the comments.
Thanks to David and Dawn from Art Haven
here’s the buoy that The Bean painted for the Lobster Trap Tree back in December. She’s a beaut ain’t she?
picture taken by The Bean also
Learn to Crochet with Leslie Wind!
Basic Crochet with Not So Basic Results
Using the simplest of crochet stitches and odds and ends of yarn it is possible to
see results worthy of gift giving in an evening!
Come Join Local Artist Leslie Wind as she will run a 2 hour workshop for all levels of crochet.
Instructor: Leslie Wind
Ages 16 & Up
Fee: Member $15
Pre Registration is recommended
Katy Milne | Youth & Sports Director
Cape Ann YMCA
71 Middle Street | Gloucester, MA 01930
(M) 978-283-0470 978-283-0470 ext. 1714 | (F) 978-283-3114
Feel free to send in your sticker to me at the dock. I’ll add it to the rusty old freezer and take a picture for the pages here at GMG.
(if for no other reason than to help me cover up that rust 🙂
Sabine at Bananas tells me that back in the day when people first started having televisions in their homes the press was telling people that they needed to have a light on in the room or they would go blind watching tv in the dark. So most people had some type of lamp on top of their big ol’ tv sets. She says the panther lamp was a very popular lamp to have.
Wild turkeys enjoying the view from the roof of my studio and kiln shed on the Mill River .
Knitting Seaman Scarves and raising money for the children of Matteo Russo, a Gloucester fisherman who was lost at sea, in January 2009.
Organized by Kathleen Valentine and designer of the seaman’s scarves.