Hey Joe – How about a free appetizer for anyone who shows a receipt from a downtown merchant (a newspaper from the Bookstore doesn’t count). Ned Nugent will be playing at 9. Dawn and Joe Show at the Bar.
Joe, the Weathervane, 153 Main Street, is doing 20% off the entire store. Offer does not include Cape Pond Ice Merchandise, Books, and Special Orders.
Thanks for getting the word out…Joe
Joseph A. Ciolino
153 Main Street
Gloucester MA 01930
The Wine Dinners always sell out- this from my boy Eric at Passports-
Dry Creek Valley Wine Dinner!!!
Thursday Dec. 17 @ 7:00pm
Cost $35.00 per person
I will be hosting this dinner as the wine bear is busy, in lue of the fact that I am not as good as Andrew the wines we picked are incredible, and dry creek is my favorite. There will be three courses of food with 4 flights of wine finishing with a late harvest chardonnay that is called the drops of gold. Hope to see you there. Please call to reserve your table.
Photos of Santa in Rockport will have to wait until tomorrow. Still warming up as it was blowing and raw but I got a few action shots.
But while we were waiting for Santa we went to Passports for a great “Chef’s Burger” and then my daughter and I stopped in at Bananas because Joey had posted a photo of their martini shakers. My daugther wisely got me a shaker for Christmas and my son (still in college) although he did not know it got me some martini glasses.
I have such smart children. I didn’t make it out of there before buying three pairs of sunglasses and a nice worn in pair of bluejeans.
Bananas, 78 Main Street, Gloucester. That shaker is from the 1930s and quite economical.
From Nancy Hendrickson-
For Men’s Night Seasons on Main 130 Main St will offer
From Linn Parisi
Would you include this info in the blog, please?
Cape Ann Brewing Logo Pint Glasses are $1 on Men’s night if you mention Men’s Night To The Bartender
“Cape Ann Brewing is offering their logo’d pint glasses at an 80% discount if you mention Men’s night. This means for an extra dollar you can have a beer served in an official Cape Ann Brewing glass and take it home with you. Oh lucky day!”
From Dawn Gadow At Art Haven-
First, there’s a copy of the full schedule for the middle street walk.
I’m not sure if anyone has gotten this to you yet, but it would be
great if you could get it out there for people to see. Also, I’ve
attached our flier about the stuff that we’re doing on the 12th. And
finally, you should try to make it down sometime this week and check
out The Hive–they’re almost completely moved in now and it’s looking
really awesome 🙂 Hope all is well. The cookie contest looked pretty
awesome and successful, I stopped in for a few minutes. Thanks as
always for all you do and hopefully I’ll see you soon!
| MIDDLE STREET WALK 2009 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
|MIDDLE STREET WALK BUTTONS AVAILABLE FOR A $2 DONATION- PROCEEDS TO SUPPORT THE WALK.SEVERAL BUSINESSES AROUND TOWN WILL BE OFFERING DISCOUNTS TO SHOPPERS DURING THE MIDDLE STREET WALK –SHOP LOCAL!|
|9 am – 11 am||City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue – Docksiders Brunch Fundraiser, food prepared by GHS Culinary Students $10 per person-under 2 free|
|Docksiders host Disney characters at City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue- (GHS Theater Arts Students)-come and have your photo taken with a Disney character.|
|9 am – 3 pm||Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Fair & Luncheon (9am – 1 pm), pictures with Santa (9am – 1pm), tours highlighting Gloster Dalton (1723 -1813) a black religious freedom pioneer (11 am & 1 pm), Piano and Vocal concert (Impromptu 9am – 1pm), O’Maley Middle School band, High School Choir ( 3 pm)|
|9 am – 4 pm||City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue- Schooner Adventure- “Ships Store” items for sale to support Schooner Adventure and an ongoing Children’s Activity making: “Sailor’s Valentine Ornaments”|
|9 am – 4 pm||SeArts Wearable Arts Show & Fundraiser- Saunders House, Middle Street entrance at Sawyer Free Library- Raffle Sale to benefit Sawyer Free Library – tickets sold at Saunders House and at Library.|
|10 am – 3 pm||Trinity Congregational Church, 70 Middle Street -Cape Ann Thrift Shop – Seasonal Goods Sale|
|10 am – 4 pm||City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue-Committee for the Arts selling postcards of City Hall’s WPA Murals, table with information on City Hall Restoration efforts, The Phyllis A. Marine Association- Children’s Activities and information table, The Gingerbread House Display- winner will be announced in Kyrouz Auditorium.|
|10 am – 4 pm||Cape Ann Art Haven, 180B Mains Street – Free Events – 10 am – 12 pm (or until complete) help create Giant Ice Sculpture (ice courtesy of Cape Pond Ice), Buoy painting for Lobster Trap Tree|
|10 am – 5 pm||Cape Ann Museum, 27 Pleasant Street- Ornament making in the Education Room, ornaments will be based on Folly Cove Designs. Book sale in store.|
|11 am||Cape Ann Museum, 27 Pleasant Street, will host tour of c.1804 Captain Elias Davis House decorated for the holidays by Gloucester Civic & Garden Council. Museum features a Winter Display.|
|11 am||Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street – tour highlighting Gloster Dalton (1723-1813) a black religious freedom pioneer.|
|City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue – Docksiders Performance|
|11 am – 2 pm||City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue- Tours of City Hall Tower on the half hour by Maggie Rosa, Chair of City Hall Restoration Committee|
|11 am – 4 pm||Sargent House Museum, 49 Middle Street – Open House Decorated for the Season, tours, raffle of handmade, furnished, child-sized “Tree House for Bears”, and Holiday Goodies.|
|12 pm||Children’s Room Sawyer Free Library, 2 Dale Avenue – Rosalita’s Puppets Marionette Show perform “Winter Wonderland”, and refreshments will be served|
|12 pm||Trinity Congregational Church, 70 Middle Street – The Heavenly Bell Choir performs Seasonal Music|
|12 pm – 2 pm||Middle Street Trolley Rides with the Songbirds singing seasonal music|
|12 pm – 3 pm||City Hall, 9 Dale Avenue – Girl Scouts Troop #235 Bake/Cocoa Sale and “Sea Serpent” play to be performed|
|12 pm – 3 pm||Bank Gloucester, 160 Main Street-Open House with Seasonal Refreshments and music|
|12 pm – 3 pm||Trolley Rides with Melissa Paladino giving historical tour along Middle Street, courtesy of CATA|
|1 pm||Cape Ann Museum, 27 Pleasant Street – Connie Richards Plum Cove students sing Holiday Songs|
|1 pm||Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street – tour highlighting Gloster Dalton (1723-1813) a black religious freedom pioneer|
|1:30 pm||St. John’s Episcopal Church, 48 Middle Street- Children’s chorus concert with children’s chorus groups from St. John’s, Annisquam Village Church and St. Mary’s|
|1:30 pm – 4:30 pm||Brown’s Mall- Dawn’s School of Dance, 271 Main Street-singing and dance performance starting at 1:30pm.Visit with Santa 2 pm–4:30pm|
|2 pm||Trinity Congregational Church, 70 Middle Street – Piano and cello concert with Louis Stella|
|2 pm||Cape Ann Museum, 27 Pleasant Street, will host tour of c.1804 Captain Elias Davis House decorated for the holidays by Gloucester Civic & Garden Council. Museum features a Winter Display.|
|2 -4 pm||Sawyer Free Library Open House, 2 Dale Avenue – “Alek Razdan and the A-Train” musical performance, refreshments will be served|
|3 pm||Unitarian Universalist Church , 10 Church Street– O’Maley Middle School Band and Gloucester High School Chorus perform|
|4:30 pm||Cape Ann Art Haven- Annual Lobster Trap Tree Lighting at Police Station Plaza with a visit from Santa|
|All Day till 8pm||Rocky Neck Art Colony, 117 Main Street – 5th Annual Winter Exhibit. Shop open from 10 am – 8pm.|
Thom Falzorano will be covering GHS Basketball and other sports for GMG.
Here are some pics from a scrimmage vs Manchester on Dec 5th-