Monthly Archives: August 2016

GMG Alternative Energy Series- Cazeault Solar and Home Listen To First Person Local Testimonials-

CALL GLOUCESTER GUY TIM SANBORN NOW-

HE WILL HAVE YOUR SOLAR UP WITHIN 60 DAYS OF YOUR AGREEMENT

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Elizabeth is actually cash flow positive after you account for all of the incentives,State and Federal tax breaks and Mass Solar Loan Program.  Her system in just two months which have been particularly cloudy and rainy have exceeded projections by 14%.

She chose born and raised Gloucesterite Tim Sanborn’s Cazeault Solar and Home and has nothing but great things to say about the process and the results.

Call to talk to Tim Sanborn From Cazeault Solar Home at 978-281-4625

Watch our video to hear how she worked her system-

Steve Linsky is making money after having Solar installed on his service Station’s roof

Steve Lambert At Preferred Auto Body Would Do Solar With Cazeault Solar Again In A Heartbeat

One Year With Cazeault Solar Energy: Sash Ludwig and Craig Dulong From Lanesville MA

THE MAGNIFICENT OLIVER HAZARD PERRY AT CAPE POND ICE!

Oliver Hazard Perry ship Ten Pound Island copyright Kim Smith GloucesterOliver Hazard Perry Passing Ten Pound Island on the way to Cape Pond Ice

Thanks to Scott Memhard for the heads up that the magnificent Oliver Hazard Perry was docking at Cape Pond Ice this morning. While the Ice House crew provided the ship with water, which takes several hours, the Perry crew took a tour of Cape Pond Ice and then had an hour to tour around Gloucester. The OHP takes no passengers, everyone aboard is a working crew member or working student.

Although this is the Perry’s maiden voyage, the captain and crew did an excellent job docking the ship. She is anchored at Rockport Harbor this evening. The Oliver Hazard Perry will be returning to Gloucester in September for a longer stay and at that time, the public will be able to tour the ship. See my post from yesterday with photos of the Oliver Hazard Perry sailing into Gloucester and a link to track the Perry.

Oliver Hazard Perry ship Gloucester City Hall -1 copyright Kim Smith

Gloucester City Hall Through the OHP Rigging

Oliver Hazard Perry ship Captain David Dawes Seaman Jake Daly Kim SmithOliver Hazard Perry Captain David Dawes and Able Seaman Jake Daly

Oliver Hazard Perry ship -- copyright Kim Smith

Richard Arnold

While at the Marine Railway on Saturday met this nice gentleman named Richard Arnold.  He was the last Captain on the Phyllis A.  He told me they named the Phyllis A after his sister.  Richard stated that he is one of 6 children, five boys and one girl named Phyllis.  He also told me he served on the Nantucket Lightship.

Another reason I love visiting the Railways.

August 6, 2016 Richard Arnold

PAUL TAYLOR 2 COMPANY at WINDHOVER this August 17-19, 2016

SPECIAL DANCE EVENT: Members of The Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company will arrive
Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 at Windhover through Friday August 19, 2016.

Paul Taylor established Taylor 2 in 1993 to ensure that his works could be seen by audiences all over the world, unhindered by economic or technical limitations. Mr. Taylor worked with longtime colleague Linda Hodes to create a company that could accommodate performance requests as well as teach and provide community outreach. This August, three members of the Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company will reside at Windhover Performing Arts Center in Rockport, Mass in order to provide master classes at all levels for the public. The class schedule is below and all are welcome to attend. The Paul Taylor 2 dancers will also participate in mini performances and improvisations at the Windhover Picnic Benefit “Diner en Couleur” on Thursday, August 18th from 6:00-8:00pm. (details below)

A special film showing of Paul Taylor and his creative process will be shown in Gloucester at the Cape Ann Cinema on Wednesday, August 17th at 7:30pm. The film is called Creative Domain and was released in 2015. The film showing is free to the public, and will be followed by questions and answers from the Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company members. Address of the Cape Ann Cinema is 21 Main Street in Gloucester.

PROGRAM DETAILS:

Wednesday evening Aug 17th from 5:00-6:30pm   Modern Taylor Technique Class for all ages and basic level. Teaching at Windhover Performing Arts Center, 257 rear Granite Street, Rockport, Ma. 01966

FILM SHOWING of film “CREATIVE DOMAIN” at the Cape Ann Cinema at 7:30pm. This film, released in 2015 is about Paul Taylor, his company and Taylor’s creative process behind making a dance. It is the inside look at a master choreographer at work.  Free showing at the Cape Ann Cinema in Gloucester at 21 Main Street in Gloucester. Showtime is 7:30pm, followed by questions and answers from the dance company. The film runs exactly 82 minutes.

Thursday morning Aug 18th from 9:30-11:00am  Modern Taylor Technique Class, intermediate to expert level at Windhover Performing Arts Center.

Thursday, August 18th from 6:00-8:00pm    “Diner en Couleur” at Windhover    Picnic Benefit for WIndhover  from 6:00-8:00pm.    Bring your own delicious picnic to enjoy on the beautiful grounds of Windhover, accompanied by dance improvisations and mini performances by the Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company; along with solos performed by Sarah Slifer Swift and Carol Earle of works choreographed by Ina Hahn. Live cello music will also accompany the picnic. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for a donation of $25.00 per person.  Prosecco, red & white wine plus chocolate dipped strawberries will be provided by Windhover.

Friday morning August 19h from 10:00-11:30am  Modern Taylor Technique Class for all ages and basic level. Teaching at Windhover.

For more information please call Lisa Hahn, Director, at Windhover at 978-546-36111

Rockport Legion Band sixth free concert ~ Sunday August 14

The Rockport Legion Band will perform our sixth free concert of our 83rd consecutive summer concert series at the Back Beach Bandstand, Beach St, Rockport, MA.

7:00, Sunday, August 14, 2016.

Popcorn is available.  Children are welcome.  Folding chairs and blankets are good. 

Jason Howard will conduct this program.

The Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key
“American Cadet” March R. B. Hall
The Little Mermaid Alan Menken
Wonderland by Night, Trumpet Solo Jason Howard Arr. Alfred Reed
The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber Arr. Warren Barker
Iowa Brigade Band Fred Jewell
Selections From Aladdin Arr. John Moss
Gershwin! Arr. Warren Barker
Harlem Nocturne, Alto Sax Solo JoAnn Thrasher Earle Hagen
Eric Clapton on Stage Arr. Paul Murtha
New Orleans Jam Session!, Dixie Group Arr. Bob Lowden
The Billboard March John N. Klohr
Symphonic Highlights from Frozen Arr. Stephen Bulla
The Elephant and the Flea, Flute & Tuba Duet A. Eric Heukeshoven
Jeannine Lynch & Allen Bernard
Disney Blockbusters Arr. John Higgins
March-Ponderoso K. L. King
God Bless America Irving Berlin

 

The Oliver Hazard Perry

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What a beauty of a morning for the Oliver Hazard Perry to visit Cape Pond Ice on Monday.  here is some information on this ship.

  • 200ft: Largest civilian Sailing School Vessel in the US
  • 7 miles of rope, 160 belaying pins, 20 sails, 14,000 sq ft of sail
  • Ocean-going full-rigged ship: The first to be built in the US in over 100 years
  • Sailing School Vessel: Carries no passengers, all who sail aboard are crew and take active roles in sailing the ship safely
  • Meets and exceeds all USCG and ABS safety requirements for a ship of her size
  • Provides an opportunity for growth: personally, professionally, academically, physically &  socially – building seamanship skills, teamwork, leadership, stewardship
  • Accommodates 49 people overnight, including 17 professional crew

Back To School

I’m kind of in love with this commercial.  As a mom who is in the midst of getting all “Back to School Ready”…and is starting to worry about school supplies, lunch containers, clothes, etc. this commercial made me laugh.

I love the “Own the First Day” ending.  And…the kid with all of his sticky notes, highlighters, glue, pens, pencils, notebooks etc all laid out neatly is TOTALLY me.  If my mom knew how to chime in right now and comment she would.  I’m a big fan of organization…and more than a little obsessive compulsive about things like this.

These kids are pumped and ready…. Go get ’em!

Back by Popular Demand Paul Frontiero Sr. Paintings

STARTING MONDAY AUGUST 8TH 2016

Back by Popular Demand Paul Frontiero Sr. Paintings Before Ebay.

I got a lot of inquiries on my fathers paintings from readers that live out of town or state. 

so here are some paintings that I’m willing to ship. The sizes are 5″x7″, 8″x10″, 9″x12″

Shipping cost is $8.00 per painting or I will deliver locally for free.

Also contact me if you would like to set up a time to see more paintings this size and larger in Gloucester at: Frontiero@homail.com

These are the actual paintings available for shipping or local delivery.

These are just a small collection of paintings and scenes that are available. Just ask if you have a scene your looking for.

 

CONTACT: Frontiero@hotmail.com

 

These paintings are 8″x10″ and are $125.00 each

 

 

These paintings are 9″x12″ and are $150.00 each

These paintings are 16″x20″ and are only $500.00 each. There are more scenes available; Beach, Surf, Harbor, Floral, etc.

Choate Bridge Ipswich 12″x16″ with fame $400.00

CONTACT: Frontiero@hotmail.com

Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board Listings For 8/8/16

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Welcome To Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board

Joey C ~

A place where non-profit Cape Ann organizations can post press releases directly and then those press releases will be reposted to http://www.goodmorninggloucester.com . This is not an advertising space for businesses, fitness or wellness organizations, or music listings.

The web address will be http://www.capeanncommunity.com

To have your community organization news posted here, contact Joey C who will grant access for you to post directly.


2016 Open Tennis Tournament From The Enjoy Gloucester Foundation

August 8, 2016 ~ Joey C ~ Edit

Hello,
Hope all is well!  I just wanted to give you an update on our tennis tournament. 
Starting today until August 8 we are reducing the entry fee for either singles tournament.  The fee was originally $45, and starting today until Aug. 8 it is now $35.  Anyone interested in taking advantage of this needs to email:
info.enjoygloucester@comcast.net
I have attached a flyer in hopes of getting some of your readers to join us in our Annual Tennis Tournament.  We still have a few spots open, but registration closes Monday night 8/8 at 10:00pm.
This year we are sponsored by USTA-New England.  We are using a double elimination format, and will have 3 categories.  A singles advanced level, a singles intermediate level, and a doubles intermediate level.
This is a Fun Tennis Tournament for High School kids on up.  It’s for male, female, and any skill level.  This is a great way to play some tennis, and Enjoy Gloucester!
Regards,
Enjoy Gloucester Foundation

To Register: www.enjoygloucester.doodlekit.com

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