Good afternoon kids:
Clean up on Saturday will be at St. Peter’s Square near the rides.
When: Saturday, June 24, 2017
When: 08:00 – 09:00
Where: St. Peters Square
If you have pickers please bring them with you.
Thank you all
If you need a gift or something for yourself, no need to go up the line, shop locally. Premier Imprints carriers hand-made original goods.
48 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
For more information please go to the link below
Oh what a day on Sunday down in Boston for the Sail Boston 2017. Rick and I were there by 10:00 am on Sunday and left after a wonderful sail on The Thomas E. Lannon around 6:00 pm. So beautiful. Just amazing sight to see.
Beautiful peonies and thank you to Generous Gardeners for keeping Stacy Boulevard looking beautiful.
What a great Friday morning watching the O’Maley’s great 8th graders launch their two rowboats that were built over at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum. What an inspiration watching the hard work the kids, teachers and staff at The Essex Shipbuilding Museum put into this project.
We should be very proud of these kids.
Went over to Sand to City’s new store in Rockport. Very cute, it is across the street from Tucks Candy. Lisa showed me around and enjoyed the great gifts.
On Thursday I was able to go over to the Essex Shipbuilding Museum to watch the 8th graders from O’Maley Middle School making from scratch two beautiful rowboats. The staff at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum was terrific. The kids were so involved in doing this. What a great project for these kids. Very impressive to watch these kids wanting to learn. On Friday the students will be launching these boats from Pavilion Beach. Thank you for letting me involved in a fun time.
On the Blvd. on Wednesday our little friend Zinnia was fishing with her parents. She caught a fish and was very excited. When it was time to release the fish she said, “we are not going to eat it”. Zinnia is one of the cutest kiddos and just love people and the sea.
The photo is not very clear due the webcam. We have been watching her since she built this nest. Having the webcam, thank you Ricky, was able to watch without bothering the birds.
I named her Lucy, husband, Ricky, Fred, Ethel, Little Ricky are the babies name.
Another jewel of a beach here in Gloucester. A great way to end your day.
The Magnolia Art Show is turning 40! We are hoping you will be joining us again this year for the 40th annual Magnolia Art Show. Registration is easy on eventBrite.com. Here is the link:
The Magnolia Library and Community Center’s 40th Annual Art Show will be held on the weekend of July 14th-16th, 2017. The event takes place at 1 Lexington Ave. in the Magnolia section of Gloucester, MA. All proceeds benefit the non-profit Magnolia Library and Community Center and participating artists.
Works from artists throughout the North Shore will be on display and for sale. Unframed bin work will also be available for sale. This event is professionally judged, and visitors to the show vote for a people’s choice award.
This well-attended event starts with a champagne reception (all welcome) on Friday July 14th 7:00-9:00 p.m. The show continues on Saturday & Sunday, July 15 & 16 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. This event is open to the public and free to attend. All artwork is for sale.
ARTISTS: Registration is now open. Use Event Brite (https://MagnoliaArtShow2017.eventBrite.com) for faster and easier registration. There is a mail in registration form in the Artist Packet should you be unable to register online, starting May 28th. Packets may be picked up at the Librarian’s Desk in the Library or outside the library entrance on Lexington Ave. Click here to download the Artist Packet with registration form and Instructions.