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GloucesterCast Podcast With Guest Ed Collard and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 5/19/13

GloucesterCast Podcast With Guest Ed Collard and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped May 19th, 2013

click to listen-GloucesterCast With Guest Ed Collard and Host Joey Ciaramitaro taped May 19th, 2013

Topics, Ed Collard, Safe Boating Day, Kim Smith Milkweed Project, Motif No 1 Day, Dog Park Opening, Alicia Cox, Sista Felicia, Crappy Coffee, Glosta Joe’s Coffee, Maxwell House, lone Gull, Pleasant Street , Cape Ann Coffee, Brewing Method, Keurig, Coast Guard Safe Boating Day, CERT, Rockport Merchant’s Group, Sara Kelly, Angela Cook, Kudos For Footbridge Repair Completion, Fans Of the Blog, Cameltoe, Cape Ann Images, Shooting My Universe, My View of life On the Dock,Pink Winged Sticka, Beavis and Butthead, Good Morning Gloucester Mug Ups, Khan Studio , Block Parties, Madfish Grill, Gig Medieros, Carol McKenna, Craig Kimberley’s Dodgeball Movie Gloucester Screening

More USCG Safe Boating Day Photos

Paul beat me to the punch, but here are more photos of the event.  I didn’t know about it beforehand, but I decided to go for a walk with my camera, and there it was!

For starters, here is a slideshow of the demonstration of a self-inflating raft.

The event included other “safety and health” tables from local organizations.

For a complete slideshow, click here:

A few of those images close up:

Community Stuff Thursday

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In Concert!!

Craig Bickhardt & Don Henry (Grammy Award Winner!!)

Special Guest Larry Ahearn

Saturday, April 21 – 8pm Old Sloop Coffee House

First Congregational Church of Rockport

12 Church Street, Rockport, MA

Suggested Donation $10.00 in advance, $12 day of show

65 or over: $7, under 18: $5, family: $24

Get Your Tickets NOW: http://www.rockportucc.org/April21-2012.htm
www.craigbickhardt.com www.donhenry.com


JapeScape Acting Workshops! Tuesday, April 17: 9am-10:30am and 10:30-12:00pm

Jape teaches a series of age appropriate theater games, stage techniques, improvisation scenes and songs while fostering confidence, acting skills, imagination and team spirit.  The workshops aregeared for children between the ages of 5-12.

Workshops will begin at 9:00am and 10:30am at the Cape Ann Families/Open Door meeting space @ 28 Emerson Avenue.  We’d love for you to join us for free!

Thursday, April 19: (Reserve your child’s slot today!)

9:30-10:15

10:20-11:05

11:15-12:00 (Most space available)

Come join us for a morning full of group games, physical activities, team building, fitness and games that are just plain ole fun J

 

Activities are geared for children aged 3-8. Sessions will be held at the Cape Ann Families/Open Door meeting space @ 28 Emerson Avenue.  We’d love for you to join us for free!

Knucklebones provides athletic programming throughout New England and we’re excited to have them come and play with the children from Cape Ann!

 

Space is limited!  You must RSVP to attend these events!! (The events are open to ANY FAMILY in the community)

Contact Hailey Granger, Family Services Coordinator

978-281-2400 x110 or at hgranger@pw4c.org

ROCKPORT COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE FRIDAY APRIL 13

Rockport & Cape Ann, MA – The American Red Cross and the Rockport Rotary Club are holding a blood drive Friday, April 13, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Rockport Community House, 58 Broadway, Rockport to support the community blood supply for patients in need. In the month of April, all presenting donors will receive a free pair of socks from New Balance, encouraging fitness and exercise. So get moving and make an appointment by calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org.

Persons must be at least 17 years of age, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be in generally good health to be eligible to donate blood. High school students under age 18 may need to meet certain height/weight requirements. Please bring your Red Cross donor blood card or other form of positive ID.

The American Red Cross Blood Services Northeast Division must distribute approx. 3,000 pints of blood a day just to meet the basic needs of area patients. Each pint of blood can save up to three lives.