The Magnolia Farmer’s Market takes place every Monday from 4 – 7 on Lexington Avenue. When shopping at the Farmer’s Market take a look at the Lexicon Gallery, Cape Ann Auction, Magnolia’s Children’s shop and the other stores on the upcoming Lexington Avenue.
The photos were taken 34 years ago, this week, at the conclusion of the 1981 Marblehead to Halifax, Nova Scotia Ocean Race…the setting is the lawn of the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron, the co-sponsor of the race with the Boston Yacht Club in Marblehead…one of our crew couldn’t make it for the photo…we placed third overall, and the reason that there are 2 trophies is that we received the Lt. Governor’s trophy, also…that trophy is awarded to the highest placing Canadian yacht…I chartered the boat here, but we entered the race through the Lunenburg Yacht Club in Nova Scotia…I was the only American in the crew, everyone else were friends from Nova Scotia…this year’s race, it is only held every two years…will start off Marblehead on Sunday, July 5th.
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This is a summer camp at the Magnolia Library. The camp was founded by Terry Hauck, Booking Making By the Sea, continues her successful children’s program at the Library. The camp consists of one-week sessions during the weeks of July 13th, July 20th, and July 27th. For more information please send an email to
Fiesta procession canceled due to rain, wind; Greasy pole, seine boats off to Monday at 6. More shortly: gloucestertimes.com
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From the Gloucester Daily Times:
Fiesta procession canceled due to rain, wind; Greasy pole, seine boats canceled will be held on Monday at 6 pm
Every Monday from 4-7, Lexington Avenue has a great Farmer’s Market. On the second week, the street was even closed for the shoppers.