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GloucesterCast Podcast 4/25/13 With Guest Kim Smith

GloucesterCast Podcast Taped 4/25/13 With Host Joey Ciaramitaro and Guest Kim Smith

Click to listen- With Host Joey C and Guest Father Matthew Green

Topics Include:

Spring, Planting, Mayor’s Poll On Good Harbor Beach Footbridge, Kim’s Black Swallowtail Butterfly Movie, Community Milkweed Planting Project, Kim’s Prius, Paul Morrison and Coyotes, Duckworth’s Bistrot, Craig Kimberley’s Bikini Speedo Dodgeball Premiere at The farm Bar and Grille, Feeling Like Your Live On Vacation In Gloucester

SKI MOVIE PREMIERE Friday, November 18th

Award-winning Ski Film producer Matchstick Productions, in conjunction with the Rockport Middle School Ski Club, will host a World Premier screening of their 2011 film “Attack of La Nina” on Friday, November 18th at 7:30 p.m. at the Rockport High School Auditorium.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students under 14 and will be available at the door.  Doors open at 6:30.  Door prizes and Swag will be given away.  MSP is widely heralded for its use of High Definition technology in capturing the most extreme winter athletes ripping big lines around the globe. This Powder Magazine “Ski Movie of the Year” was filmed on location in Colorado, California, British Columbia, Alaska and more! The RMS Ski Club offers students the opportunity to learn about the sport of skiing by making available transportation, lessons, gear and lift tickets weekly during the Winter.
Proceeds go to support the RMS Ski Club.

Kim Smith Premiere’s Through The Garden Gate At Sawyer Free Library Nov 3rd

Kim writes-

Dear Gardening Friends,

Come join us Thursday, November 3rd, at 7:00 pm at the Friend Room of the Sawyer Free Library for the premiere of my new series of video specials for Cape Ann TV, titled Through the Garden Gate, featuring "The Butterfly Garden at Willowdale Estate."  The event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be served. I hope you can come!

Premiere Sponsored by the Sawyer Free Library

Just a few of the many butterflies, and their nectar plants and native host plants, featured in The Butterfly Garden at Willowdale Estate:

Monarch Butterfly and Verbena bonariensisRed-spotted Purple and Annablelle Hydrangea_DSF14817. Eastern Redbud -1 (Cercis canadensis)

check out Kim’s Blog here-

Kim Smith Designs

Our Local Boy Emile Doucette To Premiere His First Feature Length Film At Kendal Square Cinema April 7th


Birth of a Party: Booze, Pot, & Tea Party Politics in the Big Easy

April 7th 7:30pm at the Kendall Square Cinema, Cambridge, MA

View The Trailer


We are extending a special invitation to you for the World Premiere Screening of the groundbreaking documentary, “Birth of a Party”. Our hope is that the film will entertain, inform, and make you laugh. Following the film there will be a social mixer at Tommy Doyles Pub across the street from the theater.  Then let us know what you think! Good or bad, the possibility of a review / quote regarding the film would be immeasurably helpful. This is an independently produced and financed endeavor and we need grassroots support.

Come support our local community and enjoy a unique film.

Tickets are $10 and will be on sale starting March 29th at www.landmarktheatres.com

Thank you and we hope very much to see you there!

Emile Doucette, Director


Learn more about the film and it’s director below, or go to www.BIRTHOFAPARTYmovie.com for more info.

The Film:

Due to the rise of the Tea Party Movement in the United States, there has been a resurgence among conservatives to establish a Third Party to compete against Democrats and Republicans.

Birth of a Party is a “fly on the wall” documentary film that offers an inside look at grassroots politics. Jesse, John & Brad are Tea Party activists who attend Conservative Party USA’s three day inaugural convention in New Orleans. Through a haze of drugs and alcohol they present a unique and comedic perspective on how a third Party struggles for relevance in America’s two party system.

The Director:

Birth of a Party is the first full-length feature film of local up-and-coming director, Emile Doucette.

Emile has made a name for himself both domestically and internationally with his award-winning short documentaries and music videos.

Take a look at “Homemade Parade” or “The Greasy Pole” to see what all the buzz is about.

Emile Doucette – director – shooter – editor