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2018 Economic Outlook Breakfast

Cape Ann Community

The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Economic Outlook Breakfast on Thursday, March 1, at the Gloucester House Restaurant, 63 Rogers Street, Gloucester. Check-in and breakfast will start at 7:30 AM and the program will begin at 8:00 AM. CLICK HERE to register.

Economic Outlook Breakfast

This year the Chamber welcomes President and CEO of Gorton’s Judson Reis as keynote speaker.  Judson’s timely presentation will offer an overview of Gorton’s current business after nearly 170 years here in Gloucester. He will also offer his insights on the state of the seafood industry domestically and internationally, how the industry has evolved and how Gorton’s is adapting to these changes.  Mr. Reis will also give his perspective and insights on the overall economic outlook for the year ahead.

(Judson Reis, President and CEO of Gorton’s)

Jud Reis joined Gorton’s in 1990 as a Marketing Assistant.  During his 28 year career at…

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The Rose Baker February/March Artists

Cape Ann Community

Juni Van Dyke, Director of the Art Program at the Rose Baker Senior Center, recently announced the Artists of the Month for February and March. Every two months artists from the program are honored with an exhibit of their works in the lobby of the Senior Center. The public is encouraged to stop by the Center between 9am and 4pm any weekday to see the work of these accomplished artists.

For February and March, Juni has selected two artists who have been honored before: Ed Leavitt and Bob Quinn. It is fun to see how the work of these artists has evolved in just a short time. The artists are shown below: Ed (l) and Bob (r) in front of the exhibit.

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Ed Leavitt is being honored for the third time as an artist of the month; he was one of the artists honored in the first exhibit when he…

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Just Got This Airfryer. Total Gamechanger. 15 Minute Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Here’s the link to purchase –

Brio Digital Air Fryer (6 qt. Air Fryer, Black)

We’ve got about fifteen different recipes we want to do. So easy, so quick. Little to no oil and crispy delicious results. So quick and easy. Total Gamechanger!

Food Combining

Cape Ann Wellness

Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC knows the effects poor food combining can have on the digestive system. It can produce indigestion, fermentation and gas formation and if prolonged, can lead to toxemia and disease.

A few examples:
Eating raw and cooked foods together
Bananas and Milk
Berries and Dairy

Spices and herbs are often added in Ayurvedic cooking to help make foods more compatible or to ease undesirable effects.

One example: adding cooling cilantro to hot spicy food can help it to be digested.

“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”


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Workshops at Treetop Yoga This Weekend

Cape Ann Wellness

Two great opportunities at Treetop Yoga this weekend. In addition to specialty workshops, Treetop Yoga offers over 40 yoga and barre classes a week for all ages and abilities. We are located at 3A Pond Road in Gloucester. Our new students special is for anyone who has not been to the studio in the past 12 months – $49 for an unlimited month of yoga or $59 for an unlimited month of barre and yoga. EveryBODY Welcome!

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 – Winter Nourishment: A Balancing Flow and Restore Workshop The stillness of winter serves as an invitation to slow down, reflect, and turn energy inward. We are given the opportunity to rest from the usual extroverted energy of the warmer months. Yet, balance is key, as this slow paced energy can also leave us feeling weighed down. By cultivating an inspiring shift within our yoga practice, we can ignite a sense…

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What’s New with Backyard Growers

Cape Ann Community

Looking for a way to support Backyard Growers this winter?

Join us on March 3rd as we partner with Treetop Yoga for a Karma class!

Yogi VeggiesTreetop’s Emma Delphin will lead the class and provide the bartending skills. Emma offers an energizing, lighthearted 1 hour flow and after we will celebrate our community with a fun post savasana cocktail!

Minimum donation of $10 includes the class and the cocktail – all money raised will go to Backyard Growers.

If you find more zen in the garden then on the mat, consider supporting our Give-A-Garden, Get-A-Garden Program.

G4 2018

The Get-a-Garden, Give-a-Garden is a program for those who are not income eligible for the Backyard Garden Program. When you participate in the Get-a-Garden, Give-a-Garden program, not only do you get a garden, but you make it possible for a low-income Gloucester family to have a garden just like yours!  When you make a contribution…

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FREE CFCA Class for Teens!

FEBRUARY 19, 2018

FREE CFCA Class for Teens!

Did you know that we are launching a teen program? Come check it out for FREE on Wednesday!


Interested in our kids programs? Check us out online:

RSVP to coach Jaime @ 978-325-1829 or

The beauty of Sunday’s freshly fallen snow from John Abisamra

Hi Joey
Hope all is well with you. Sunday’s snow storm was quick moving but for a few hours the beauty of the freshly fallen snow clinging to the trees and other objects was incredible. I am attaching 3 photos of the Gloucester area after the storm. The first is of the rising sun at the footbridge of Good Harbor Beach. The second is of the blue sky and red barn with snow clinging to the branches and the third is of buoys against a building with light coming through a window. Enjoy and please let me know when you decide to publish in Good Morning Gloucester.

Have a great day..Wednesday is supposed to be close to 70 ..go figure!!!

John Abisamra


GHS Cheer Competition This Sunday!

Hi Joey!
The State Champion Gloucester High School Cheerleading team is hosting the North Eastern Conference competition this Sunday 2/25 at 4:30pm at the GHS field house. We would love it if you could spread the word so we can have the community come support us! These kids are amazing at what they do are are hoping to get another state title in a few weeks. Competitive Cheerleading is not well known to many, but this is a wonderful opportunity for everyone to see what these athletes can really do!
Thank you for the help!

Trivia Night to Benefit Rotary Programs

The Rotary Club of Gloucester will host a Trivia Night on Friday, March 23, at the Gloucester House, located at 63 Rogers Street in downtown Gloucester. The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the game will begin at 7 p.m.  Teams of four will compete for the title of Cape Ann Trivia Champions.  Register before March 16 and be entered to win a special Early Bird Registration raffle!

All trivia fans are invited to this fun night of knowledge and laughter. The registration fee is $100 for a team of four players.  Proceeds from this event will support programs of the Gloucester Rotary Club.  The night will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a cash bar, and light snacks for purchase. Registration forms may be obtained any Gloucester Rotary Club member or may be downloaded from or

The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Trivia Night to Benefit Rotary Programs


ACOUSTIC Brunch AT FEATHER AND WEDGE Sunday, February 18th 10:30-2:30

Sunday, February 18th

Join us this Sunday for a special brunch with local musician, Brian Alex!

Brian’s quirky personality and unique pop-savvy style have been a significant and colorful piece of Martha’s Vineyard Island World-Pop act “Entrain” for twenty years. His writing is described as sunshine-y and soulful, merging pop sensibilities with a little rock and a dash of reggae.

We will have many of your brunch favorites on the menu and maybe a surprise or two!

Reservations suggested.

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