This Tuesday we will be taping The GloucesterCast at Cape Ann TV.
If you’d like to float a couple of topics for discussion our way write them in the comment section of this post!
MARITIME ARCHAEOLOGY ON THE NORTH SHORE
Summer Institute at Salem State University: 2015 Field School
Looking for a field school or a hands-on experience that takes you up close with historic shipwrecks?
Sign up now for the SSU accredited course in maritime archaeology for both students and the public.
From July 13–17, this intensive course will cover the practice, theory and methods of maritime archaeology including field work for the survey and documentation of historic shipwreck sites.
Dr. Calvin Mires and Capt. Laurel Seaborn of SEAMAHP (Seafaring Education and Maritime Archaeological Heritage Program) in collaboration with Victor Mastone of MBUAR (Massachusetts Board of Underwater Archaeological Resources) will be program instructors for this accredited course through Salem State University (SSU). Participants will receive three credits through SSU and internationally recognized certification through the Nautical Archaeological Society (NAS).
Join us for a memorable week exploring the maritime heritage of Massachusetts!
Register now as class size is limited. 2015 Field School: Register Online!
Maritime Archaeology of the North Shore
(Topics in American History, HST 360-92, ref# 1820)
For more info on registering contact:
SSU Office of Continuing Studies firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-542-6324
Check out http://www.SEAMAHP.org for details and FAQs.
Hey Capt Joe! Thanks for having me on the show months ago. You mentioned giving you an update on my book. So here goes…I’m having a book release party this Saturday (May 2nd) at The Grove in Manchester, 7 pm. The bookstore in Gloucester (on Main) and The Book Shop of Beverly Farms are currently carrying the book. (Method 15/33 is the title). Here’s the link to my site with all the reviews so far. And also a trailer for the book.
Here’s our interview when Shannon introduced the book back in January-
Joey C is off with the girls. Please send press releases to any other GMG contributor
Real Estate MarketWatch #GloucesterMA, #RockportMA, Manchester, Essex and Beverly Video Listing Tour @Glosta
House Hunting Or Ready To List Your Home?
Contact Kenny at 978-758-0983
The MarketWATCH: Rockport, Gloucester, Manchester, Beverly Farms
Contact Kenny For Personalized Real Estate Information Or Just To Chat About Your Real Estate Needs- 978-758-0983
Join award winning By the Sea Sotheby’s International Realty agents Kenny MacCarthy, Sue and Bob McDermott for a ride around Gloucester, Rockport, Manchester, Essex and Beverly to see their favorite homes.
Twin Lights Twilight
Hi Joey – Please share this photo, “Twin Lights Twilight” with the FOBs if you’d like. Enjoyed the last 2 podcasts by the way.!
What a community! Huge thanks to all the parents who pulled off a dream night for creative kids!
GAAC May 8 Program Note
This month at GAAC we have a real treat in store, an astronomical travelogue extraordinaire from GAACster Dwight Lanpher. Dwight and his wife Terry embarked on an astronomy tour from Paris to Greenwich in 2013, and returned with a story — and pictures — of great telescopes, great observatories, great clocks, the unlikely history of the discovery of Neptune and the saga of a carpenter’s lifelong work trying to solve the problem of finding longitude at sea.
Dwight will regale us with tales of key individuals from Sir George Airy — he of the Airy disc — to Urbain Le Verrier, who predicted the orbit and position of Neptune using only mathematics. Come on in for a great time with great friends and lots of goodies, and an amazing and colorful astronomical tale.
The Gloucester Area Astronomy Club meets on the second Friday of the month at the Lanesville Community Center in the Lanesville neighborhood of Gloucester from 8:00 to 9:30. You can learn more about the club on our website, http://gaac.us, our Facebook page, at http://www.facebook.com/gaacpage or our Twitter feed, @gaacster .
Jacket must be picked up at the dock- 95 East Main Street Gloucester M
We will announce the winner on the next podcast and the winner will have two weeks to pick up prize or it will go back into the prize pile.
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Request The New Good Morning Gloucester App For Free Here and I’ll Send It To Your Phone-
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Hi Joey –
On Saturday May 9, an incredible annual event will fill downtown Gloucester with art, music, theater and dance! The Gloucester Public Schools arts festival is a showcase of student artwork from all of our schools. This year for the first time, Gloucester preschool students will be participating too, making the festival the biggest it’s ever been.
Paintings, drawings and sculptures from students in grades preschool through 12th will be on display all over town. Tons of local businesses have jumped on board and volunteered to display art in their windows and on their walls.
Concerts, drama workshops, dance demonstrations and more will take place all day at City Hall, Cape Ann Museum and Sawyer free library.
A painting project run by West Parish art teacher Paula Morgan will be going on all day at the Cape Ann Museum sculpture park – everyone’s invited to grab a brush and help create giant, colorful, collaborative paintings!
Check out our fun video and the schedule below for more info. The festival is free and open to the public- hope to see you there!
2015 Gloucester Public Schools Arts Festival Schedule of Events
Saturday, May 9, 2015
VISUAL ART DISPLAYS ALL DAY AT:
Toodeloos, Trident Gallery, Beth Williams Studio, Harbor Goods, The Weathervane, Premier Imprints, Pisces, Dogtown Books, Palazolas, Pop Gallery
GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL CABINET INNOVATION AND DESIGN DISPLAY
11:00AM- OPENING REMARKS
11:30AM- ELEMENTARY SCHOOL UKELELE DEMONSTRATION/CONCERT
12NOON- ROBOTICS PRESENTATION
12:45PM- COMBINED ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL BANDS
1:30PM- MAD HOT BALLROOM DANCING EXHIBITION
2:00PM- RECORDER CONCERT
2:15PM- GHS DOCKSIDERS
2:45PM- DOCKSIDERS WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND
3:00PM- CLOSING CEREMONY
CAPE ANN MUSEUM
11:00AM- POETRY READING
11:00AM-12:00PM- MUSIC “PETTING ZOO”
12:00NOON- DRAMA WORKSHOP
2PM- HISTORY OF DANCE THROUGH THE DECADES
CAPE ANN MUSEUM SCULPTURE PARK
11:00AM – 2:00PM – CIRCLE PAINTING PROJECT
SAWYER FREE LIBRARY
11:15AM- GHS CHORUS (OUTSIDE AMPITHEATER)
11:30AM- GHS CULINARY ARTS RECEPTION
12:30PM- CLAYWORKS DEMONSTRATION
1:30PM- 3D PRINTER DEMONSTRATION
Originally posted on capeanneats:
Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer raises money for breast cancer care and research through delicious dessert-filled events.
For the second year in a row, the Serenitee Restaurant Group, including Alchemy and Latitude 43 in Gloucester, is participating in the week-long event. For the event, each restaurant has created their own special dessert, like Latitude 43’s BRA-zilian Panna Cotta, and 100% of the sales from that dessert will go directly to Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer.
Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer will be held Monday, May 4 through Sunday, May 10, 2015.
Last year, Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer had almost 350 participants in over 100 Massachusetts communities and raised over $78,000. Let’s make this year even better!
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For Cape Ann Wellness News-http://capeannwellness.com/
Originally posted on Cape Ann Wellness:
Monthly ‘Community Reiki Share’ offered in Manchester-by-the-Sea at the Manchester Community Center – on the MBTA Train line; wheelchair accessible.
Each month a local charity is designated to receive a portion of the proceeds. We are using ‘Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs’ to select which charity to team with. The first step being – Basic Physiological Needs (Air, Water, Food, Shelter.) The steps to ‘Realizing One’s Full Potential!’
Charities have included – Open Door Food Pantry, Beverly Boot Straps, (January,) Wellspring House (February,) Action Inc. (March,) Cape Ann Animal Aid (April.) And this month – SeniorCare, Inc. SeniorCare Inc. provides and coordinates services and information to elders and people with disabilities, enabling them to live independently at home or in a setting of their choice while remaining part of their community. SeniorCare, Inc. – http://www.seniorcareinc.org
Let us know if you have a charity and…
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Don’t forget to buy your tickets to our 50th Anniversary Celebration – they may sell out! http://www.rockportmusic.org/action-inc-50-years/
Delicious gourmet food will be served by Willow Rest, along with complimentary beer and wine (cash bar for liquor), and a really fun musical performance in the gorgeous Shalin Liu Performance Center.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding the event. We look forward to celebrating with our many partners and friends!
Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ActionIncorporated
The Rare To Our Area- Yellow Crowned Night Heron That Sista Felicia Took Photos Of Last Week Is Still In #GloucesterMA @MassAudubon
On my way to the dock this morning at 4:30AM it was in my mom’s back yard in East Gloucester.
Here are some lousy pictures but for the sake of documenting it, here you go-
Here’s a link to Sista Felicia’s post with much better photos from last week-
You are invited to attend:
Volunteer Orientation Open House
Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Members of the Community are invited to a Phyllis A. Marine Association volunteer orientation open house on Saturday, May 2; 12:30 – 3:30 pm at the Community Room of the Cape Ann Savings Bank in Gloucester, MA.
The Phyllis A Marine Association is seeking volunteers to help preserve Gloucester’s oldest fishing vessel the Phyllis A. and to promote the heritage, culture and folk life of the fisheries of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Volunteers are needed for boat restoration, archival preservation, marketing, event planning and development. Training will be provided.
The open house is being hosted at the Community Room of the Cape Ann Savings Bank at 123 Main Street, Gloucester, MA, 12:30 –3:30 pm. Enter the Community Room through the Harbor Cove Dental entrance and not through the bank, then follow the signs.
The Phyllis A Marine Association is a local, non-profit, 501(c)3, organization established in 2006, to promote the heritage, culture and folk life of the fisheries of Gloucester, Massachusetts, through the display and preservation of the gillnet fishing vessel, Phyllis A.
Cape Ann Savings Bank’s Community Room
123 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
Paint our Dories this Saturday!
Painting this Saturday 8-12 at Eastern Ave Self-Storage
Help the IDRC this weekend painting our race dories to get them ready for the season. We will meet at Eastern Ave Self-Storage at 8am this Saturday, May 2nd to paint. The May 9th launch date is right around the corner and eliminations are soon to follow. We are still looking for a trailer or two late afternoon on May 9th for the launch. Hope to see you there!
The Gloucester High School Class of 2016 is holding a talent show tomorrow, Thursday April 30th, and Friday May 1st. Tickets cost $6 for adults, $5 for students, and there will be snacks, food, and drinks on sale. Doors open at 6:00pm. All proceeds benefit the Class of 2016 (Junior Class).
We would really appreciate it if you could give us a shout out and put it on your website for us.
Thank you for your consideration,
President of the Class of 2016
Hilary Frye submits-
SailGHS Varsity and JV defeats Manchester at home.We’re on a roll.# in a row.They meet Pingree in Salem tomorrow and Lynn in Boston on Thursday.Go ,Team!