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Beeman school is having a plant sale on sat 5/27 at the St. Peter’s square from 9-1 

Hey there 

Hope all is well. 

Beeman school is having a plant sale on sat 5/27 at the St. Peter’s square from 9-1 
Plants

Flowers

Herbs

Vegetables

50% of proceeds go to the Beeman Graduating Class 2018 
Hoping we can get a plug 
Thanks 😁

Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board Listings For 5/19/17

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.


Rockport Art Colony Pop Up

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Motif No. 1 Day Schedule – Sat. May 20th

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This Week in Rockport

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TWIR May 19 2017

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Celebrate May ’round the Maypole

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Folk Life Studio and the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church present the Fourth Annual Gloucester May Celebration on Saturday, May 20 at 3:00 PM.

The roughly one hour event is free and open to all. It will feature live music, songs and Morris dancing.

The highlight of the celebration will be a maypole and all who attend will have an opportunity to take a ribbon and dance.


Sing in the Spring – Free Folk Concert, Friday, May 19

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Mother and son acapella duo Rose Sheehan and Colin de la Barre of Gloucester, MA will sing traditional and traditionally inspired songs of the British Isles and North America in celebration of Spring on Friday, May 19, 2017 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.

Rose and Colin, 2014 North East Regional Folk Alliance featured showcase artists, have appeared at the Folklore Society of Greater Washington, the Indian Neck Folk Festival, the New England Folk Festival and at regional coffeehouses.

This is a family friendly event. All are welcome. Admission is free. Donations will be accepted for the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church Religious Exploration Book Fund.


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Local Team-building Opportunities:LAVIDA AT GORDON COLLEGE!

Great opportunity for schools, local businesses and other groups. Team building provides fun and engaging ways for groups to get to know one another and learn how to work and problem solve together. During the challenge course activities, participants experience the power of encouragement and practice facing challenges, testing limits, developing confidence and learning to trust. www.gordon.edu/adventurepursuits

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Digestion = Agni

More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-
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Cape Ann Wellness

Through the lens of Ayurveda we are what we “digest” not what we eat.

If we don’t digest our food we start to form “Ama”. Ama is a Sanskrit word, which literally means undigested or uncooked. The first stage of disease is also sometimes called Ama “toxins”.

Ayurveda also explains another entity called “Agni”. This word literally means fire. But in this context it means digestive fire. As long as the digestive fire is strong, Ama cannot be formed in the body. Agni (digestive fire) helps to melt down and flush out Ama (toxins) from the body.

Weak Agni (digestive fire) becomes weak by eating out of one’s constitution (Vata, Pitta or Kapha), eating the same foods, overeating, drinking too much water with meals, staying up late, resisting the urge to eat and eating at irregular times.

Presence of Ama (toxins)
Eczema
Psoriasis
Cysts
Swellings
Painful or swollen…

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Seaside Garden Club Auction Thank You

Cape Ann Community

The Seaside Garden Club’s annual auction was a huge success this year!  A nice crowd filled the Manchester Community Center on Tuesday, May 9th for a chance to bid on the many items. A plant sale was added this year and preceded the auction.

Many wonderful donations contributed to the success of the auction.  Local businesses, including Ryan & Wood Distilleries, Brick End Farms, Sea Meadow Gifts, Neptune’s Harvest and Talbot’s donated generously to the auction.  Among the items generating heavy bidding was mulch donated by Pallazola Brothers Landscaping, hand crafted Garden Art pieces and beautiful hanging baskets from Marshall’s Farm Stand, Wolf Hill and Marini Farms.

Many other businesses donated beautiful plant material, including HerbFARMacy, Gordon’s Florist, Asbury Gardens, and Chapman’s Greenhouse/Juel Gifts.  The donated plant material complemented the many large healthy perennials from our members’ gardens.

The crowd will be dining out this summer on the gift certificates…

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Kitten Yoga

Cape Ann Wellness

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Phia Women’s Center and Cape Ann Animal Aid are partnering to bring this fabulously fuzzy event to Gloucester. Come meet lovable shelter kittens and enjoy fun raffles and give aways. Half of the proceeds will be donated to Cape Ann Animal Aid.

2:30 – Meet and greet with kittens
3:00 – 4:00 Forrest yoga class with fuzzy feline assistants

Only 20 spots available! Register and find more information at phiawomenscenter.com

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Composting Workshop Thursday!

Cape Ann Community

Want to turn your food and garden scraps into some coveted “black gold” this summer? Then come learn how to start your own backyard composting system from the experts at Black Earth Compost! Both the urban and suburban gardener will learn easy, low-stress ways to turn your scraps into a useful organic soil amendment!

Tickets here!

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Wanderbird Open House At Gloucester Marine Railways Saturday May 27th

Good morning Joey. It’s Rick here from the vessel Wanderbird over at Gloucester Marine Railways. Hey we are having an open house on the vessel Saturday May 27, 1500-1800. The purpose is to introduce folks to our new floating gathering area for groups of families and/or friends. We are anticipating offering an afternoon or evening aboard at harbor side for groups of up to 12. The evening would start with snacks and wine while sitting in comfortable chairs on the open deck. We would then move into the coach house for appetizers of maybe local scallops wrapped in bacon and then dinner of possible local fresh sole picatta, wild rice and rolls from a near by bakery. To sum it up, a group of 12 can spend the evening on a beautiful vessel, eating and drinking all while getting close up in personal with one of the finest kind harbors we’ve ever met. Can you help us promote this to your loyal followers? Cheers, Rick

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