Available to purchase as a canvas wrap contact James Eves III from www.capeanngiclee.com for details
Who says nothing happens at night on the beach?
Another good catch for Tally’s…
Next time I‘m selling coffee to the watchers…
More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-
Join Treetop Yoga Studio as we welcome back the well-known and loved Raghunath!
Experience Raghunath’s bold approach to encountering sophisticated vinyasa; asanas that once seemed unattainable will be dissected and made approachable.
In authentic Raghunath style, class will be interlaced with chanting and stories from classic Indian texts, rooted in down to earth spirituality, and instructions for living a contemporary yogic lifestyle.
Change your mind, strengthen your practice, and open your heart, Flight School is in session! To learn more about Raghunath, visit his website http://www.raghunath.org/
Saturday, June 11th 4:30-6:30pm
cost: $30 when you sign up in advance $35 drop-in
This workshop WILL SELL OUT! Sing up in advance at www.treetopyoga.com to save your space!
A Quick Video Tutorial Demonstrating How To Clean Calamari Also Known As Squid In Case You’ve Been Living Under A Rock
Thank you Goddess Family for the invitation to come see Tony and Samantha’s super fun Musical Morning at Cape Ann Preschool. Dancing, singing, and with Tony allowing the children to strum his guitar, a wonderful time was had by all!
Many in the community are familiar with Cape Ann Preschool (formerly Lanesville Preschool), but if not, they are located just off Washington Street on Gloucester Avenue, soon to be relocating to 488 Essex Avenue beginning in August. Cape Ann Preschool is a play-based preschool program and, according to their website blend academic school readiness, social skills, and developmentally appropriate learning for children ages 2.9 -6. For more information, visit the Cape Ann Preschool website here.
For more about the Goddesses, visit Bang-A-Song studio here.
I leave you with Ants in My Pants –
Debuting at this weekend’s Harbortown Arts Festival, we are pleased to announce our new “ART @ the Ice House” gallery at Cape Pond Ice Company, Fort Wharf, 104 Commercial Street, Gloucester.
We will be hosting an Open House / Gallery launch Saturday, Sunday &Monday, May 28 – 30, from 10 am – 3 pm. A special retrospective of the paintings and art of Sue Memhard (1941-2011) will be featured. www.SueMemhard.com for more information about Sue’s life, creative passions, work and art.
Gallery space to exhibit is also available – painting, pottery, sculpture & photography – so please contact us if interested in showing with us this summer. Email: email@example.com Fort Wharf Arts Collective, Gallery @ Cape Pond Ice Company.
A lot of vegies and potted flower plants were here for sale. I bought and have planted a lot in my garden.
The schooner near by, sleepily dropping down the tide—the little boat slack-tow’d astern,
The hurrying tumbling waves, quick-broken crests, slapping,
The strata of color’d clouds, the long bar of maroon-tint, away solitary by itself—the spread of purity it lies motionless in,
The horizon’s edge, the flying sea-crow, the fragrance of salt marsh and shore mud;
These became part of that child who went forth every day, and who now goes, and will always go forth every day.
Walt Whitman, from There Was A Child Went Forth.
More Cape Ann Restaurant News –
Heading to work this morning I noticed the glowing copper roof on the tower of the Beauport gleaming through the foggy morning and of course I only had my iphone, but I still thought it made a great contrast to our Fisherman’s green patina!
Found these photos the other day. I took these before I ever heard of Joey or GMG.
I miss my Purple Tracker.
When I lived for a while in the mountains near Woodstock, NY, people there used to say, “We have three seasons: July, August and Winter.” This spring might make you wonder if the same is true here in Gloucester. It’s not. Nice weather is around the corner and it starts this weekend when we celebrate Memorial Day and call it the beginning of summer (even though astronomically, summer isn’t for another 4 weeks). So … good riddance oh nasty spring — IT’S TIME TO PARTY!
But here’s the thing: even if our capricious New England weather decides not to cooperate, which we all know is possible, you can still party in supreme comfort aboard The Beauport Prince Cruise Ship on Memorial Day Sunday with 5-time Grammy nominees Roomful of Blues! That’s because the Beauport Princess is a Cruise Ship (not a whale watch boat) sporting 2 climate-controlled indoor decks with dance floors PLUS an open-air top deck — and there’s a full bar on every deck. For this cruise, we have theatre seating on the first deck, tables on the 2nd deck and couches on the top deck — because Mother Nature could be nice to us after all! Tickets are only $35 in advance ($45 at the dock if there are any left — this cruise has sold out the last 2 years). It’s the best Memorial Day bargain you’ll find so get tickets right now RIGHT HERE!
Were you there? Who did you go with? Who organized the line up? Who did the poster?
Do you have photos?
How did I get here? The Gloucester High School gym was named after Albert Bacheler, as in the former Principal and owner of the very special Civil War era coat needing restoration. We’ve heard from Gloucester graduates and former teachers with no recollection of the coat. We’ve also heard from some that remember seeing it. Thanks to Barry Pett and Ken Joyce for adding in details. I’m looking for interior photographs of the old gym, especially those showing the cadet side where we’ve been told the coat was featured. On this poster it’s simply G.H.S. Gym.
Barry Pett’s graduation year made me think of 1970s high school concerts held in gyms, and there you have it: off road research and fun side trips.
Giels Geils Band played Stonehedge in Ipswich twice in 1970 J. Geils Band tour dates
I’ve always enjoyed the multitude of colors the buoys bring to this scene. Last time I was there, it was just before sunset and I was chased away by a few raccoons surveying the area. (Buoys made by my neighbor Greg Marchant, Ipswich Bay Wooden Buoys)
I was fortunate enough to enjoy some much needed schooner therapy the other night by taking a sail on the Ardelle with Captain Harold Burnham.
All is right in the world while on the water.