Seaside Festival and Powwow
Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm
Check it out at Stage Fort Park! Intertribal American Indian event featuring dancing, story telling and arts and crafts. Public welcome. Free Admission. Drug and alcohol free event. Presented by the Intertribal Council of Tolba Menahan. Supported by the Gloucester Parks Department and Gloucester Cultural Council.
Gloucester is getting ready for the 2010 Schooner Festival.
The Schooners Harvey Gamage and The Westward arrived tonight
at the State Fish Pier.
With their Dingys hangin' about
For more Info on the 2010 Gloucester, Ma Schooner Festival click the links below
Live from George's Coffee Shop North Shore 104.9
This morning before the 10am debut of the 2010 GHS football team, North Shore 104.9 interviewed Coach Paul Ingram, Co-Captains – Gilbert Brown and Mike Tomaino, hosted by Dean Salah/George’s Coffee Shop.
Click the photo for a look inside George’s Coffee Shop!
In case you hadn’t heard, The Lone Gull 10K is coming up. The race course is gorgeous and its usually a sunny dry day. If you would like to volunteer pop on down to the Lone Gull or check out The Lone Gull 10K website here
From Middleville MI. Some of the best years of my life was spent in G-Town and Rockport in the early 70’s. Good times at 28 fort square, Fair St and Pooles Chicken oops in Rockport. Coming home for a visit this fall.
Vern and Joy Jenks
The Lanesville Community Center, 8 Vulcan St., Gloucester,
presents the first annual Lanesville Music Festival on Sunday Sept. 19, 1 – 6
PM. Five hours of great music performed by some of the North
Shore’s best. Each hour will include primary musicians with guest players,
covering selections from acoustic classics, bluegrass, blues, Celtic, jazz,
swing, and new originals. The line up is: 1-2PM: Barry O’Brien and
friends, 2-3PM: Steve Brennan and Henry Nigro, 3-4PM: Ryan/Ortolani/Fleming,
4-5PM: Sheila Jones and Ron Schrank, with Honky Tonk Women, and 5-6PM: Wild
Maple (Gary Dolinsky, Trish DeCaprio and friends). The setting
is outdoors, under the tent in the field next to
the historic barn that houses the Lanesville Community
Center. Food and beverages will be available for sale by The Plum Cove
Grind, Smokin’ Jim’s BBQ, The Lobster Pool, and Fisherman’s Brew. Local
crafts for sale, plus a great raffle. Admission is free, with
donations gratefully accepted. Parking is available at the St. Paul
Lutheran Church at 1123 Washington St. Come join
The LCC is currently raising funds to
redesign the center’s interior to accommodate more music and arts, as well as
private parties, to create a community resource for everyone
to enjoy. Come see what we are up to. For more information on
the players, other LCC events, parking areas, and directions, see our website,
In case you didn’t know Espresso just reopened in the old location next to the East Gloucester Richdale where the Harbor House and Windjammer used to be located.
First and foremost let me just say thank you for all the great coverage you have given "Amy’s Coffee & Cones" this summer! It’s been a great season and I appreciate the support you have given my new business! Secondly, I wanted to let you know that next Saturday, September 4th is my last scheduled band of the season and before that at 3:30pm I am hosting the 1st Annual "End of Summer" Bicycle Decorating Contest and Parade. I have attached PDFs for the band and the contest, if you could post them to the blog soon that would be fabulous! Thanks so much!
Click the picture to Listen Live From Georges Coffee Shop
Dean Salah Hosted North Shore 104.9 Sports Director Pete Kelley and Salem News Sports Writer Phil Stacey as they interview Coach Paul Ingram and this year’s GHS Football Team. Thom Falzarano is there now capturing photos while I came back to get you guys the direct feed.Northasre Sports Desk
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The United States Coast Guard Cutter Grand Isle Returns To It’s Dock In Cripple Cove
She’s a beaut Clark.
John McElhenny From Matter Communications sent this along-
Click the picture to go to the Men’s Journal Website to read for yourself-
The Boat Rolls Hard As George Walks The Trap Down The Rail
Visibility=Not Good As The Block Swings Wildly In The Wind
A Trawl Line Tightens As It Hauls Up Gear From The Bottom
George Sets The Gear Back Off The Stern- Mere Inches From The Edge As The Boat Rides The Latest Wave And Steve Loads The Bait Bags