Scenes from Ladies Night — which kicked off big at Topside Grill!
Their wrap-around bar and surrounding tables at capacity with gals gathered round and special appetizers and drinks.
If you missed Ladies Night, still to come:
Friends and Family Night this Thursday Dec 8, 5-10pm
Middle Street Walk Saturday Dec 10 capped off by Cape Ann Art Haven buoy Lobster Trap tree ceremony 4pm
Men’s Night Thursday Dec 15
photos from Ladies Night
Located: 134 Main Street Gloucester Ma
Photo taken by Linda Bynarowicz’s (Menage Gallery) son.
Also see E.J.’s post on 11/21/15 Fallstreak Hole
Couple from Huntington California shop at Menage Gallery
The fourth year of the GMG Downtown Gloucester Holiday Gift Video Series where we walk up and down Main Street and try to capture as many retailers as we can and highlight their best gift ideas one a day every day leading up to Christmas.
They are so realistic right down to the details
Menage Gallery is located at 134 Main Street in the Heart Of Beautiful Downtown Gloucester
You look up the word worker bee in the dictionary and you see a picture of Heather Demarkis. The broad just doesn’t stop. Buzzing around sweping in front of the building, buzzing around dusting, buzzing around painting.
She’s a good one that Heather Demarkis.
A real asset to Gloucester’s Downtown. Buzzzzzzzzzzzz!
Heather At Menage Gallery Gives The Joint A Facelift, originally uploaded by captjoe06.
The Menage Gallery will be offering 20% off most items in the store for Men’s Night. Men or Women may take advantage of our last day of discounts before Christmas!
“The Menage Gallery”A unique gift and home furnishings store.
Toll Free: 877-283-6030
Ed at Menage Gallery made this new series of Penguin Furniture.
These are great little inexpensive gift ideas- say for a Yankee swap or stocking stuffer-
Roberta Jarvis has made these wonderful mermaid dolls with pendulous boobs (Heather Demarkis was quick to point out).
Note the lobster sitting on the male mermaid tail-
Y’all know how I feel about Fish Art hung on locals walls- It should be indigenous to these waters.
Well the Mrs saw this striper in the window at Menage Gallery and asked me if I thought they would let me take it home to see if it would work in the spot she had in mind for it.
So yesterday I rolled on in to the Menage Gallery and asked “Goody” if it was possible.
I took these two carved wooden stripers home from the Menage Gallery to see if they would work in the house. The Mrs loves them and actually found about 4 or five different spots that she wanted to place them. I say that’s a little overkill so we may settle on just getting two. One for the kitchen and one for the deck. Pictured is “Goody” who was working yesterday when I picked these two up. Video at 2PM
This work of art was constructed by Ed Soucy at The Menage Gallery Downtown. It stands 13 feet 6 inches tall and is floor to ceiling. Viking oars adorn it. Unbelievable. Just another reason to head downtown to check out stuff you’ll never find in Plainseville or Anytown USA.