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USCG COLORING BOOK

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CLICK IMAGE FOR A COOL COLORING BOOK FROM THE USCG

 

Back by popular demand! More Frontiero Paintings

Here are some more Paintings of my Fathers and one of my older paintings I’ve listed on Ebay.

If you don’t have a Ebay account and want to purchase one of these paintings email me and if there are no bids on that painting I’ll cancel the auction for you.    contact me at: Frontiero@hotmail.com

I will only be selling small size paintings no bigger than 11″x14″ on ebay due to high shipping cost.

If you would like a larger size and different Cape Ann scene email me.

I will deliver to Gloucester and Rockport.

CLICK HERE FOR THE EBAY LISTINGS

 

Manchester Public Library Peep Show

        Manchester Public Library Peep Show

        People

         

        Hi Joey,
        Did you know that the Manchester Public Library is also doing a Peep 
        Show? The diorama contest is going on right now!
        We did this a couple of years ago and it was so popular that we 
        decided to repeat the fun. All ages are invited to create and enter 
        the contest. I’ve attached the PR flyers. Entry form and “the rules” 
        can be found on our website: http://www.manchesterpl.org
        I can’t wait to see this year’s entries.
        Thanks
        Anne

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        This Week’s Cape Ann MarketWatch With Kenny MacCarthy @Glosta #GloucesterMA

        Joey C:

        For the Latest Cape Ann Real Estate Trends and Information-
        https://capeannhome.wordpress.com/

        Originally posted on Cape Ann Home:

        House Hunting Or Ready To List Your Home?
        Contact Kenny at 978-758-0983

        Contact Kenny For Personalized Real Estate Information Or Just To Chat About Your Real Estate Needs- 978-758-0983

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        Tom Waits Quote of the Week from Greg Bover

        Glad to be back from a long installation in Seattle, the QotW resumes:

        “Don’t plant your bad days. They grow into weeks. The weeks grow into months. Before you know it, you got yourself a bad year. Take it from me – choke those little bad days. Choke ‘em down to nothing.”

        Tom Waits (1949-    )

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        A California native, Waits is known for his distinctive gravelly voice and his superb songwriting talents. Although usually categorized as a blues musician, his music extends far beyond that genre into jazz and experimental styles. Many of his ballads have been covered by more famous artists; including Springsteen’s “Jersey Girl” and the Eagles’ “Ol’ 55.” Waits also has a 35 year working relationship with Francis Ford Coppola and has scored nearly twenty films. His unusual looks and massive cool have gotten him parts in dozens of movies, from “One from the Heart” to “The Book of Eli.” Famously anti-consumerist, Waits has successfully sued both Audi and Frito-Lay for using sound-alike musicians to flog their products. He is married to Kathleen Brennan and has three children.

        Greg Bover

        Good Morning Gloucester Cape Ann Giclee Photography Show Continues Through April 30th

        Comsos 12 ©Kim Smith 2014 copyIf you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the Good Morning Gloucester Contributors Photography Show opening party last weekend, please do stop in. The show runs through April 30th. I promise you won’t be disappointed!2015GMG-invitePostcard

        Bus Fire Mass Pike North in Sturbridge

        Such a sad and scary sight. I really hope everyone got off safely.

        Sabra Hummus Recall Alert!

        Joey C:

        Cape Ann Wellness
        Your source for Cape Ann health, fitness and wellness information
        http://www.capeannwellness.com

        Originally posted on Cape Ann Wellness:

        Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit

        Hi Joey. I first saw this on the SeniorCare, Inc Facebook page and thought it would be good to share with Good Morning Gloucester’s Cape Ann Wellness to help ‘spread the word.’

        ‘Sabra Hummus Recall’ due to possible bacterial (Listeria) contamination. Sabra has recalled 30,000 cases of hummus. More information can be found below –

        http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm441863.htm

        Thanks to Gloucester’s SeniorCare, Inc. for getting the word out. Good to know!  

        Eat Safe, Be Safe!      ~ Happy, Healthy Weekend,    ~ Karen

        ~ Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™  Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Find us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dreamtime-Wellness-/348619611849199

        Disclaimer: This blog pro­vides gen­eral infor­ma­tion and dis­cus­sion about health and related sub­jects. The words and other con­tent pro­vided in this blog, and in any linked mate­ri­als, are not intended and should not be con­strued…

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        Back by popular demand! More Frontiero Paintings

        Here are some more Paintings of my Fathers and one of my older paintings I’ve listed on Ebay.

        If you don’t have a Ebay account and want to purchase one of these paintings email me and if there are no bids on that painting I’ll cancel the auction for you.    contact me at: Frontiero@hotmail.com

        I will only be selling small size paintings no bigger than 11″x14″ on ebay due to high shipping cost.

        If you would like a larger size and different Cape Ann scene email me.

        I will deliver to Gloucester and Rockport.

        CLICK HERE FOR THE EBAY LISTINGS

        EARTH DAY FAIR Presented by Greenbelt, Essex County’s Land Trust and Community Partners April 26th

        EARTH DAY FAIR

        Presented by Greenbelt, Essex County’s Land Trust and Community Partners

        Essex, MA —- On Sunday, April 26th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Essex County Greenbelt will be hosting its second annual Earth Day festival in collaboration with numerous community non-profit organizations.  This will be a fun, interactive and informative family-friendly event at Greenbelt’s Cox Reservation headquarters in Essex. The theme of the fair this year will be pollinators. Visitors will learn more about bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, flowers and how pollination is key to a healthy environment.

        The event will showcase local non-profit organizations that share a commitment to building an environmentally sustainable community. Jonathan Mirin of the Piti Theater Company will be performing his original show “The Story of My Bees” at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. This 25 minute storytelling event uses puppetry, clowning, dance, music and audience participation to tell Farmer James’ comic, tragic and ultimately hopeful story. The Piti Theater’s shows give children and adults tools for helping pollinators thrive in their communities.

        Our community partners will offer hands-on activities for the whole family to learn about butterflies, flowers, bees, beekeeping and pollinators in general. Visitors will get a “passport” to have stamped as they make a bee-line around the fair learning about different aspects of the world of pollination. Those who complete the passport will get a special prize!

        Some of the day’s activities and partners include:

        •“The Story of My Bees” puppet show at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

        • Learn about monarch butterflies / Mass Audubon/Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary

        • Learn about carpenter bees /  Essex Shipbuilding Museum

        • Discover pollinators in art and paint with watercolors / Cape Ann Museum

        • Interactive activity / North Andover Wildlife Tea

        • Plant seeds for your pollinator garden / Next Step Living

        • See an observation hive / Tomten Beeworks

        • Learn about hummingbirds / Kestrel Educational Adventures

        • Explore bees and butterflies under a microscope /  Manchester Essex Conservation Trust

        • Hear music from Tom “Satch” Kerans from 11:00-12:00 pm, The Tree House Charlatans 12:00-1:00 pm, and Olivia Gale 1:00-2:00 pm

        • And much, much more!!

        Bring a picnic to enjoy on the grounds. Greenbelt will offer light snacks and lemonade. For more information contact Greenbelt at ecga@ecga.org or call 978-768-7241.

        Since 1961, Greenbelt has been working with local individuals, families, farmers and communities to protect the farmland, wildlife habitat and scenic vistas of Essex County. Greenbelt has protected more than 16,000 acres of local land and has had a direct role in 75% of all land conserved in the last decade.  For more information about Greenbelt programs visit www.ecga.org or call 978-768-7241

        Eastern Point Day School is having a Texas Hold’ Em Tournament at the St. Peter’s Club on May 2nd!

        HELP DEAL OUT A GREAT HAND TO LOCAL KIDS!

        Looking for a fun way to support the “little school that could”? Eastern Point Day School is having a Texas Hold’ Em Tournament at the St. Peter’s Club on May 2nd! Beginners are welcomed and encouraged to PLAY!

        Spread the word! Tickets can be ordered until April 28th!

        Visit our event page to order tickets! 

        http://www.eventbrite.com/e/texas-holdem-tournament-2015-for-epds-tickets-16362038297

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        When the Bell Rings, Whack It!

        BellRing5779wmAnd when you see actor Brian Cranston of “Breaking Bad” fame wearing a shirt like this, buy it… at Bananas. There are so many similar things in that TV series that ring true, like cancer and intense physical therapy (altho’ from gunshot wounds). What a fine day to bid farewell the expert radiologists at the Lahey Clinic, and to tell them how much I appreciated their hard work in the continuing effort in saving my life. Now monthly follow-ups.

        If you are a striper fisherman, www.onthewater.com weekly striper migration map is striper gold

        http://www.onthewater.com – Bookmark  and save it to your favorites,  watching week to week as the areas of yellow and red creep ever northward toward us is pretty cool.  I’m going to make some notes as to what things in nature on land happen at the same time and if it coincides with any type of pop in lobster landings.  What would be cool is if they super imposed average weekly water temps on the map to see exactly what effect that has.
        Here’s the map from this week,  go the site and bookmark it to follow them from here on out-

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        Community Stuff 4/18/15

        WHAT: Drumming sessions for young people led by Mike Morse, Mark Nelson & Jay DiPrima
        WHERE: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 48 Middle St.
        WHEN: Each Friday in May from 3-4pm (May 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29th)
        WHO: Youth ages 9-16
        COST: $10 total for 5 sessions
        CONTACT: Jay DiPrima – jay@stjohnsgloucester.org or call the office M-TH (9-noon) at 978-283 – 1708
        WANNA BE DRUMMERS WANTED! (Ages 9 -16)
        If you’ve had an interest in learning how to play a drum in a fun and friendly environment with others – here’s your chance. We will open up the church doors and let the drumming begin!
        Each Friday in May, St. John’s Episcopal Church is offering a series of drum circle sessions for young people, age’s 9-16years old.  The sessions will run each Friday afternoon from 3 – 4pm (May 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29th).
        The total cost for all five sessions is only $10! A specialist African drummer, Mike Morse, will meet with us on the first session. The other facilitators are Mark Nelson, Music Director and Jay DiPrima, Director of Youth Ministry for St. John’s.
        We have plenty of drums to host at least a dozen drummers. First come will be first served when they sign up.  You only need to bring yourself and an interest in learning rhythms and how to drum with others. Opportunities to perform may be available as part of St. John’s children and youth services.
        To sign up: Contact Jay DiPrima at: jay@stjohnsgloucester.org or call the office at 978-283 – 1708.

        #1 Mother’s Day Present For The Good Morning Gloucester Lover In Your Life- A Stonewashed GMG Cap Or Dry Fit Shirt!!!

        Make life easy on yourself and get it done.  Order now and have it within a week, plenty of time before Mother’s day. Here’s the link to the All Things Gloucester Store- http://gmg.storenvy.com/

        There’s also one (read one single) XL premium super plush hoodie left, one half zip black technical dry fit jacket size medium, one xl full zip technical jacket in grey and one xxl full zip technical jacket in grey,2 Lg short sleeve light blue dry fit t shirts, 1 XL short sleeve light blue dry fit t shirts, 1 White XL short sleeve dry fit t shirt, 1 Lg Black Long Sleeve Dry Fit Shirt, 1 White XXL Long Sleeve Dry Fit Shirt and 1 XL White Long Sleeve Dry Fit T Shirt left.

        Very limited quantities on the shirts so get on it if you have specific size requirements!

        The ones we did a couple summers ago were stonewashed blue. These bad boys are stonewashed charcoal and lobster approved :)

        GMG Logo Cap Pigment Dyed Stonewashed Charcoal. Velcro strap. Three Color High Stitch Count Embroidery. If you purchase 5 caps at once you get a 6th cap free and free shipping.
        If you order 5 Caps I’ll include the extra cap free!

        If you have a certain size dry fit T or hoodie you would like, I can special order them for you, just let me know.

        Here’s a link to the GMG store to purchase yours- http://gmg.storenvy.com/
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