Fishing for Sight
Fishing for Sight
Thanks to our sponsors: The Cape Ann Savings Bank, The Randazza Group, Horvitz & Frisch and Lahey Health.
Key volunteers who helped out at the event: John Orlando with the Harborview Inn, Patty Gates with Cape Ann Olive Oil and Premier Imprints, Elizabeth Carey with Discover Gloucester, Melissa Cox, Ward II Councilor, Elliott Margolis, Josiah Fisk with More Carrot, Michaela DiPersia, and Kathleen Adams. Thanks also go to Brass Monkey and Bank Gloucester for the use of their parking lot. The Clean Team from the Cape Ann YMCA did an awesome job keeping Main Street clean throughout the event!
Many thanks to GMG for helping with getting the word out!
Coordinator, 2017 Gloucester Sidewalk Bazaar
These days of summer when you can body surf for hours in the water are the best. It makes you feel like a kid.
While taking a walk down my street saw this beautiful bird having lunch.
Looking at me
Digging for something
Got it, looks like a small garden snake
What a great success the Magnolia’s Farmers Market was. So this Monday, August 7, 2017 there will another fun time. Hope to see everyone there.
On Tuesday afternoon the waves were awesome on Magnolia Beach. Love the beach is my mantra.
From Danielle coordinator for the Gloucester Sidewalk Bazaar asked me to remind everyone about the parking ban along Main Street between Washington and Duncan for safety reasons.
Parking ban: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 3, 4, 5. From 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Remember to have fun.
Just received my new read authored by FOB Hannah Kimberley, so excited. Congrats to Hannah.
Monday’s Magnolia Farmers Market tables and chairs were set outside for el fresco dining. Classic Cooks and the Magnolia Library had hamburgers, hot dogs, corn and the yummy food from Classic Cooks. Fun time for all. There was also music. Marshalls Farm Stand and other vendors all participated in this fun event.
The sun is starting to set over Magnolia Harbor. This does mean that the sunset is earlier but the colors are beautiful.