Monthly Archives: October 2017

Gloucestercast 248 With Joe Orlando Jr and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

Gloucestercast 248 With Joe Orlando Jr and Host Joey Ciaramitaro

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Any Candidate Running For Gloucester Election Is welcome To Participate In The Gloucestercast By Getting In Touch With Me.

Joseph Orlando Jr Running for City Council At-Large- Why?

http://www.josephorlandojr.com/

GLOUCESTER’S AWESOME DPW CREW PHIL CUCURU AND MIKE TARANTINO ON THE JOB!

Gloucester DPW crew members Mike Tarantino and Phil Cucuru are installing a new sign at the very beginning of the footbridge. The new sign is meant to be more visible and to help eliminate the confusion regarding when and when not dogs are permitted on the beach. The older sign near the new showers will continue to be used by the Friends of Good Harbor Beach community organization to post current and important notices.

Phil and Mike always do a top-notch job!

GOOD MORNING GLOUCESTER BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE BACKSHORE!

With blustering wind and pending rain clouds, this morning’s sunrise from the Backshore was full of surprises.

Beeman Memorial Elementary School Art Show at Cape Ann Museum

Reminder just a few days left to see amazing Rockbound exhibition! Upcoming collaboration among the museum, GPS,  and teachers at the Cape Ann Museum:

“The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present the November 2017 Student Art Gallery exhibit. Projects by Beeman Memorial Elementary School (Gloucester) students will be on view in the CAM Activity Center throughout the month. The  show is curated by Art Specialist Anne Pieterse BFA/MAT and student teacher Lindsay Smith who is earning her BFA in Art Education at Montserrat.

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PROJECTS

Grade 5:     Drawings inspired by their sail on          the Schooner Thomas E. Lannon

Grades 3-5: Pastel pumpkins

Grades 3-4: Positive and negative designs

Grade 3:      Paper tree sculptures

Grade 2:     Totem poles

Grade 1:     Walk with a Line painting 

Kindergarten:       Line Explosions sculptures

The second Saturday of every month is free for families with school-age children and special youth programs take place from 10:00AM to 12:00PM. Join us Saturday November 11th to view a new exhibit of WWII Veterans portraits by photographer Jason Grow. In the CAM Activity Center create a self-portrait and make a kind craft for a veteran. Drop into the Activity Center anytime for hands on play and art activities, updated monthly.

The Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester.”

 

Magnolia Library Fall Market

Great time at the Magnolia Fall Market, thank you to the Magnolia Library Board for putting this together.  For more information on the Magnolia please follow the link below:

http://www.magnolialibrary.org/

 

A big thank you to contributor Pat Dalpiaz for her lovely cards that Pat donated to the Magnolia Library

Free Speaker Series Presents, “Second Language Learning in Young Children” at Harborlight

Come join us for this FREE Curriculum Spotlight focusing on how young children best learn a second language

Thursday, October 26th, 8:45 a.m. – 9:45 a.m 

Harborlight Montessori, 243 Essex Street Beverly, MA   978-922-1008

www.engageyourworld.org

As the only school on the North Shore currently offering language immersion in our preschool and kindergarten classrooms as well as weekly lessons in Spanish and Chinese to children from PK – Grade 8, Harborlight Montessori has created a language experience that allows our students to learn systematically and organically.  Our World Language faculty members are all native speakers, which helps to create a genuine, meaningful, and effective curriculum.

Please join us as Harborlight’s Director of World Language, Sandra Lee, shares her vast knowledge and expertise concerning the most effective way to help young children learn a foreign language.  She will share why exposure to a second language should begin at an early age, how second language acquisition is approached at Harborlight, useful online tools to promote further language acquisition at home, and discuss some common misconceptions about second language learning.

Sandra Lee is the Director of World Languages at Harborlight Montessori in Beverly, as well as a Teacher in the Children’s House Program. She has authored both articles and books on the subject of second language learning in young children.

Watch these two short videos of our young students using both Chinese and Spanish as a part of their language immersion and/or language lessons.

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Serenitee Now!

On our way to the podcast Sunday, we stopped at Happy Belly for coffee.  We used our Serenitee card to build some points AND that coffee rocks!  It was a perfect way to start the day.

We ended the day celebrating my birthday at Lat 43, again using the Serenitee card rewards for a FREE entree AND dessert.  Did I mention FREE?  We started and ended the day with Serenitee……….. priceless.

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Chicken Milanese at Lat 43

And just in case you need the info:  here’s the link to get your own card. Just do it.

“Rally for the Cure” Adult Tennis Social @ MAC

Cape Ann Wellness

MAC is proud to be hosting “Rally for the Cure” – A Breast Cancer Awareness Event to support Susan G. Komen RALLY for the Cure.

Friday November 3rd
7:00 – 10:00 PM
Round Robin
Manchester Athletic Club
8 Atwater Avenue, Manchester, MA 01944

$30 per player
Appetizers, raffle, chair massages + more!
*Cash bar

Wear PINK and WHITE

ALL ABILITIES WELCOME!

RSVP to: events@macathletics.com
or 978-526-8900 ext 302

http://www.macathletics.com

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Youth Open Mic – Halloween Spooktacular

Cape Ann Community

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Young people have planned a “Halloween Spooktacular” Youth Open Mic Night for those 18 years and younger to share their talents. The event is scheduled for Sunday, October 29, from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Gloucester, MA.

The emphasis is to have fun in a safe, non-competitive space welcome to all. Please come prepared to share, to listen and to applaud.

Any act, performed solo, duo or in small groups, up to five minutes long is welcome. Performances may draw from a multitude of forms – spoken word, dance, music, song, skits, monologues, magic, poetry, comedy and so on. If you can dream it, create it and bring it!  Be sure to sign up for a spot when you arrive.

For Halloween fun, costumes are encouraged. There will be trivia games and prizes.

Use the side entrance at 10 Church Street…

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