Great title and read! Gloucester and Cape Ann in the news thanks to these businesses and Essex National Heritage. Ethan Forman article running in the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem, and more: Road to Success: Scenic Byway Unites Woman Owned Businesses
TOMORROW: award-winning local trail featured 7:30pm Wed December 6 2017 on WCVB-TV Channel 5 CHRONICLE
from August GMG post “Local women retailers and colleagues from Gloucester, Essex, Ipswich and Rowley (#1 Pauline’s Gifts, Gloucester; #2 Essex Bird Shop & Pet Supply, Essex; #3 Sea Meadow Gifts and Gardens, Essex; #4 The Essex Exchange, Essex; #5 Olde Ipswich Shop & Gallery, Ipswich*; #6 AnnTiques, Ipswich; #7 Be Modern, Ipsiwch; #8 Lost Treasures, Rowley; #9 Serendipity at Todd’s Farm, Rowley) met early last spring about working together to market their businesses. These street level shops represent 4 cities and towns, and share a regional ‘Main Street’ – Route 133/1A, part of the gorgeous 90 mile Essex Coastal Scenic Byway.”
Common Crow Natural Market Grand Opening Coming Soon.
Yesterday my son BJ and I snapped a few photos during Coconuts, annual checkup with Dr. Ray Cahill at SeaPort Veterinary Hospital located at 100 Eastern Ave, Gloucester. Dr.Cahill and his staff are wonderful. They specialize in getting to know their pet patients, just as well as the owners who care for them. Our Coconut is a pure breed Conton de Tulear. The Cottons de Tulear is a rear breed that is known to be loyal, happy, playful, affectionate, obedient, and healthy. Dr. Cahill has been treating Coconut for the past few years and is well aware of her temperament and personality. He lovely settles her nerves before he starts her exam, with his clam and gentle ways gaining Coconuts trust allowing him to give her a thorough exam at each visit.
Thank You Dr. Ray Cahill and Staff for the excellent care you give to our beloved Coconut!
For more details about Seaport Veterinary Hospital visit their website below
Friends Polly Hickey and Cheryl Davis have come up with a great idea – finding cast-off chairs on the side of the road, cleaning them up, and selling them at a reasonable price at the Farmer’s Market here in Gloucester on Thursdays. Their business, Upcycled Chairs, has already gained popularity at the Market. Several have been sold. Instead of being discarded in the trash, these chairs will have a new life. Very cool!
With The Upcoming Yarn Crawl Coveted Yarn Is Kicking Yarn and Taking Names