Come in to Latitude 43 or Minglewood Tavern anytime between now and halftime during the AFC Championship game on Sunday for your chance to win this sweet snowboard! And get two entries if you join us for the game!
Each time you come in you get a chance to win!
PLUS… Latitude 43 + Minglewood Tavern = the Ultimate Sunday Football Destination
43 Cent Wings atLatitude 43 from 3 PM on this Sunday, January 22nd!
OR head down the hall to Minglewood Tavern and enjoy $5 cheese pizzas while you watch.
Latitude 43 & Minglewood Tavern are located at 25 Rogers Street
Our continuing series at the Rhumb Line continues this Thursday with the arrival of Mr. Brad Faucher. In the old days, Brad was an irregular upon these shores, but has since left the North Shore for greener oceans, i.e. getting his own Thursday gig, but I’ve managed to bribe him to come back and continue where he’s left off. An amazing blues scholar, Mr. B. will tantalize you with his meaty interpretations of R&B classics and sordid blooze.
Vanessa Trien has been performing music for kids and families since 2005, many of those years in collaboration with her lively folk/roots/pop band, the Jumping Monkeys. She has three Parents’ Choice award-winning CDs for kids and families and is currently working on her fourth album, due out this winter. Vanessa packs concert halls, preschool fundraisers and outdoor venues with dancing kids and families.
She is known for her highly interactive shows, featuring plenty of group singing and movement. One of her most requested songs, “Tickle Monster” has families sneaking around on tip toe and then on queue, all start tickling each other!
In addition to performing, Vanessa teaches as an early childhood music specialist in preschool and pre-K classrooms in Brookline and has also taught parent and child group Music Together classes for ten years. Originally from New York City.
Vanessa moved to Boston in the nineties to attend Harvard’s Graduate School for Education and has stayed ever since, first diving into the Cambridge folk music scene and festival production and then eventually jumping with her whole heart into the wild and wonderful world of children’s music!
Pick #2: Snow Tubing at New England Sports Park in Amesbury.
Join the docents of the Cape Ann Museum on a variety of themed mini tours. Several twenty minute tours will be offered, beginning on the hour and on the half hour. Each tour will touch on a particular area within the Museum’s collections. Docents have created tours around their favorite topics, including Gloucester Fishermen, Women Artists of Cape Ann and 19th Century Selfies, among others. Participants are encouraged to spend the entire day at the Museum, enjoying one, two or all of the mini tours.
Tours are free for CAM members and Cape Ann residents or with Museum admission. Tours are “first come, first served” (space is limited – no reservations).
As always, for a comprehensive list of family activity please visit our friends at North Shore Kid
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Join us for a ‘Refresher to QuickBooks’ Seminar (Advanced Beginners welcomed as well!). Two days: Tuesday, February 7 & Thursday, February 9, 2017, from 5:30-8:30 PM at Gloucester High School. Space for this seminar is limited – REGISTER HERE.
The class will be geared toward Small Business owners with some basic knowledge of Quickbooks or some other accounting software. It may be too fast paced for some beginners, however basic beginner skills will be reviewed.
Instructor: Mary Lou Balbo is a Senior Accountant with the CPA firm, Horvitz & Frisch, PC, located at 128 Main Street, Gloucester. Mary Lou has 35+ years of accounting, bookkeeping and tax preparation Experience. Horvitz & Frisch, PC, offers computer cnsulting and bookkeeping training, in addition to accounting and financial services.
Assistant: Marcia Hubbard, Finance Manager of The Open Door.
Class size is limited. Payment is required to hold a reservation. Cost is $175.00, or…
GloucesterCast 214 with John Ronan, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 1/18/17
John Ronan The Writers Block Finished Shooting the 27th season At Cape Ann Community Television New Book-“Taking The Train of Singularity South From Midtown”
Reading of the Book at Cape Ann Museum Feb 25, 2017 2PM
The Crow’s Nest Is Not The Worst Place To Grab A Drink In Town
Teloyears pay $89 send in a blood sample and they tell you what your age is.. What holds people back from taking estrogen or testosterone .
Gloucester Police Warn Residents After Dog is Killed by Coyote
At approximately 9:30 p.m., Gloucester Animal Control responded to Sumac Lane for reports of a resident whose dog had been attacked and killed by a coyote. The dog was on a fixed leash in the yard while its owner was inside the home. Animal Control officers searched the surrounding area but did not find the coyote.
Animal Control officers and Gloucester Environmental Police are monitoring the entire Rocky Neck area today.
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THE CIVIL WAR COAT WON AN AWESOME GLOUCESTER GRANT! YES!!
Pier 23 Kitchen- Nick Markos 23 East Main Street Former La Rosas and AJs which only lasted a month or so it seemed
Brendan Crocker opening Black Arrow in former site of Foreign Affairs
iPhone 7 review from Kim
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Local hero Jeff Fraser takes the reins this week. Known as
a “one man band”, Jeff has been honing his solo skills on
literally thousands of shows in the greater Boston region
over recent years. He’s a beloved son of my home town of
Essex, folks… I burst with pride. ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
The Rhumb Line Kitchen…
…now features Janet Brown with some new and healthy ideas!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
01/25 – Jon Butcher
We wanted a quick night in the city with friends after the Christmas crazies but before the actual New Year’s Eve mayhem, so I spent all of about ten minutes looking for a hotel for a Friday night in an area of Boston that has some restaurants and bars that we like to go to.
We landed at the Residence Inn by Marriott in the Seaport on Congress Street. Super inexpensive, comfortable, spacious, industrial, and funky. With a full kitchen, a seating area, and a large bedroom, we were able to sit for drinks with friends in our room before actually heading out for the night. With tons of restaurants/bars within walking distance, we didn’t even bother to hop in a taxi during the course of the evening.
If you’re overdue for a quick little getaway, can’t go far, and want it to be easy…I highly recommend it.
Every three years, Action conducts a comprehensive assessment of our community to learn how our programs are working, what we could do better, and what issues are most important to Cape Ann residents. The feedback we collect will help us plan our programs and partnerships in the future. One of the ways in which we gather community feedback is through the Cape Ann Community Survey.
We would like to get as many responses as possible – the more feedback we get, the more informed our strategic plan will be.
Could you please help us spread the word and get people involved?