Rick explains why ivory is no longer used in the creation of the organ keys
side note *this video was edited with Windows Live Movie Maker* for comparison to Apple’s iMovie.
The C.B. Fisk Open House will be November 13 from 2-6PM
ANNOUNCING: THE DISCOVER GLOUCESTER "MAN AT THE WHEEL" PHOTO CONTEST!
The iconic Man at the Wheel will grace the cover of the 2011 Discover Gloucester Visitor Guide.
Send in your best photograph of the Gloucester Fisherman Memorial Statue and your photo could be on the cover of 100,000+ Visitor Guides that will reach both potential visitors and those who grab them while they’re visiting - with full credit to you, of course!
Summer or winter, spring or fall, night or day, by boat or land- send them all!
Send questions, images and contact info to Linda, email@example.com Must be received by February 1, 2011 to be considered.
But do it now while you’re thinking about it!
DISCOVER GLOUCESTER MUG UP/MEET UP MEETING: NOVEMBER 16, 2010
Local tourism professionals, business owners, front line workers, volunteers, interested citizens: Meet Up for a casual tourism conversation and share your ideas about programs, promotions, and ideas that will promote Gloucester as an excellent destination all year long. We want to hear from you!
8:30AM at The Harborview Inn, 71 Western Avenue in Gloucester; coffee and pastries served.
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org; space is limited.
1. Osho Meditation : Nov 13th with Silvie Lockerova – Reiki and Matrix Quantum Healing Therapist
2. Restorative YOGA-SUNDAY Nov 14th
REPLENISH YOUR SPIRIT
A Restorative Yoga Workshop with Osha Rose, RYT
Come replenish your spirit, relax your mind, and feel completely nurtured and cared for in a restorative yoga workshop. Students will be positioned in simple, comfortable poses supported with blankets, straps, blocks or the wall. When supported by props, your body assumes a state of active relaxation, lengthening muscles and relieving tension effortlessly. These workshops are gentle yet powerful and beneficial to al
Sunday, Nov 14th, 2:00-3:30pm
REGISTRATION: $20.00 per class
Space is limited so please contact Osha to register in advance .
Osha Rose, RYT�
Gloucester, MA 01930
To say I’m fired up to have a local joint serving real Spanish food is a huge understatement.
Gloria’s is slated to open December 1st
side note- *This is the first video I’ve edited on the new macbook pro*
World Premiere Feature Film of Celebrate Gloucester at Cape Ann Community Cinema
Plus Special Live Performances by
Hors d’oeuvres complements of
Latitude 43, Alchemy & Jalapeños
Beer & Wine Tasting
Tickets $20 ~ Seating is Limited ~ Call 978.525.9093
Save $9.50 Get a signed DVD and go to the Party
only $35 Click Here
Did you miss Gloucester’s most talked about event of the summer? Or do you just want to party with the stars of the show. You can have the Celebrate Gloucester experience in the intimate comfort of Cape Ann Community Cinema with the world premiere screening of Celebrate Gloucester (Director’s Cut), great sound, good food, wine, beer and special live performances. Best of all you can buy a Limited Edition Two-DVD Set (including bonus performances and special features) signed by the Sam Hartson, the director, and some of the performers.
Doors, food and drinks at 7:30pm. Screening at 8pm. Live performances before and after the film. If you can’t make the DVD Release Party Click here to pre-order the Limited Edition Two-DVD Set. Portions of the proceeds from DVD sales and Release Party tickets benefit The Gloucester Fund.
Friday November 12th
Gloucester Football vs Swampscott at Newell Stadium 7PM Under The Lights
Saturday November 13th
The Weekly Catch From The Chamber of Commerce
And here are the North Shore Blogger Consortium Picks-
Abby shares her picks from 5th Joy.
The wonderful Jane Ward has some great ideas over at Food and Fiction.
Choices from all over New England at The Two Palaverers.
Media giant Seth gives up the best of Lynn at Lynn Happens.
North Shore Dish spices things up with their weekend picks here North Shore Dish
Almost 69 Years Gloucester High School beat Winthrop 31-0 at Miller Field in Winthrop. How do we know? The official score card is on Ebay. For me finding this score card sparks visions of a different time in history. When I saw that there was a roster list I said to myself, I bet there was a Frontierro on this team. Sure enough, if you look at the Gloucester substitutes #29 Frontierro – 173 lb Guard.
This game took place less than a month before the attack on Pearl Harbor and I am sure that many of the men who fought on the field went off to serve their country in World War II. 5,600 men and women from Gloucester served in World War II.
Today is veterans day and we at GMG would like to thank all those who have served in the armed forces. If you see someone in uniform today or a veteran you know, please take the time to thank them and have them share a memory of their service.