Community Stuff 6/18/14
Cynthia Mochowski submits-
Rockport Art Association
The Rockport Art Association opened its 2nd Summer Shows of the 2014 season on Saturday, June 14th.
These juried shows feature the paintings, graphics, sculpture and photographs of its juried exhibiting members. Awards were given to the following artists for their outstanding achievements: Jeff Weaver, George Martin, Em Marquis Brown, Tom Nicholas, NA, Charles Shurcliff, Liné Tutwiler, Eva Cincotta, Anita I. Johnson, Charles Movalli, Judy Metcalfe, Greg Phillips, T.M. Nicholas and David Piemonte. To see these works and the exhibitions in their entirety, please visit the RAA at its 12 Main Street campus. As always, the Association is open and free to the public.
good afternoon Joey.
can you please post the attached two files to your blog? one is the general annoucement of the parade and the other is a campaign we are trying to raise. get people back to dressing up and being part of the parade. trying to gather that interest in participating, especially of the young kids in the community.
any help would be great.
thanks as always.
Fishtown Horribles Parade Committee
Fishtown Horribles Parade
When: Thursday, July 3, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm
Where: Kicks off and ends at Gloucester High School
*Parade participants need to be at the High School no
Later than 5:00 pm
For anyone that isn’t interested in attending Gloucester’s Superbowl, The Saint Peter’s Fiesta-
My name is Marinna Teixeira and I am the event planner at Mass Energy Consumers Alliance in Boston. Candace Wheeler has advised me to contact this email address for sending out a press release for one of our upcoming events:
Mass Energy is hosting a breakfast & wind turbine tour at one of the wind turbines in Gloucester on June 28. I would like to submit the attached press release and spread the word about this wonderful (free!) event that is a great opportunity for everyone in the Gloucester community to learn more about wind power.
Who: Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy), a local non-profit organization with a commitment to support renewable energy.
What: A Gloucester Wind Turbine Tour! People of all ages are welcome to join us for breakfast and to learn about the wind turbines (and take a peek inside a turbine tower!) Speakers on renewable energy will be present, including members of the Gloucester community who will explain how the turbines benefit their community.
This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is required by Wednesday, June 25.
Where: Blackburn Industrial Park in Gloucester, MA
When: Saturday, June 28 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Why: Mass Energy offers the only tax-deductible green electricity option in Massachusetts (see http://www.massenergy.org/renewable-energy). The Gloucester wind turbines are two of the most productive wind turbines in the state, and Mass Energy purchases green power from them on behalf of our members. During our wind turbine tours, we aim to educate the public about the positive impacts that local wind power provides for the community.
RSVP: Get your tickets by Wednesday, June 25 for this free event at http://gloucesterwind2014.eventbrite.com or by contacting Marinna Teixeira at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 524-3950 ext. 142.
North Shore Arts Association is pleased to Announce
A Special Exhibit and Benefit Sale for Local Charities of archived works of internationally recognized Rockport artist, Betty Lou Schlemm.
“The Gift” June 29th – July 26th
Artist’s Sale of Unframed Paintings, Saturday, June 28, 1-4 p.m.
Opening Reception Sunday, June 29th, 2 – 4 p.m.
Rockport’s artist, author and teacher Betty Lou Schlemm is, as she says, “tithing my life,” referring to her amazing body of work. She is selling off the personal
archive of her work both in oils and watercolor.
The proceeds of this most generous sale will go to benefit three of Cape Ann’s charity organizations: Wellspring House, Open Door, and Cape Ann Animal Aid.
This extraordinary gift and sale, given with such generosity of spirit, truly is
a one time opportunity to own and collect the work of a legendary artist.
More information on all North Shore Arts Association events is available by visiting their website at http://www.nsarts.org, and by email at email@example.com, or by telephone
The North Shore Arts Association’s galleries are open, free to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
COME PARTY LIKE A POP GIRL!
Want to have a late night shopping /dance party at POP, complete with drinks and your favorite hostesses?!
Come hang with Peg and V for a night of partying…like a POP Girl!
Specialty cocktails and snacks will be served and there will also be some other surprise goodies for attendees!
This is a test run of what we hope will become a regular thang! Special goodies for special customers! Tease, tease! 🙂
WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7 – 11!
At 67 Main Street!
It’s not often you can get a Red Sox fan and a Yankees fan to agree on, well… anything! Especially if that Yankees fan happens to be… FRANK from Gloucester!
But once in a great while a brand comes along that unites the fans for love of the game! That brand is Tokens & Icons!
Click the picture below to see the video:
FREE Dance Trial Classes
Saturday, June 21st
· 11am-12pm Tiny Tots (ages 2.5 – 5)
· 12pm-1pm Ballet/Jazz (ages 6-9)
· 1pm-2pm Ballet/Jazz (ages 9-13)
North Studio Owner/Director
Home of BoSoma Dance Company www.bosoma.org