Free Health Resources and Information at Safe Boating Day at US Coast Guard Station in Gloucester
On Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. free health resources, access to health insurance, overdose prevention information, safety resources and other educational materials will be provided by: Healthy Gloucester Collaborative / Gloucester Health Department, Addison Gilbert Hospital Gloucester Family Health Center, The Open Door, PACE, and Adult Foster Care.
This program will be held at the U.S. Coast Guard Station, 14 Harbor Loop in Gloucester. There is no fee and all are welcome to attend. The free health fair is being held in conjunction with Safe Boating Day that will be held from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
For further information about the health fair, please contact Kathy Day at Healthy Gloucester Collaborative Gloucester Health Department 866-964-4604. Safe Boating Day features: Commercial Boating Education, Recreational Boating booths, Signal Flare and Fire Extinguisher distress at 1000 and 1200, Fishing Vessel Examinations, try out safety gear, learn about safety gear requirements, VHF Radio Use Class, Rescue Boat, Police Boat, and Cutter Tours, Dispose of expired flares (collected with appointment). Fun activities for kids!
For more information about the Safe Boating Day Events please contact Rick Bowen 978-283-0705, ext. 208.
Parking for these events are available at the lot adjacent to the Building Center and on Harbor Loop.
Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe will present its final production of the season, the comedy "I Hate Hamlet" written by Paul Rudnick and directed by Ray Jenness. The story involves a television actor, Andrew Rally, who has been offered the part of Hamlet with the Shakespeare In The Park company. At once attracted to the challenge and at the same time afraid of it, he is encouraged by his girlfriend to take it on. A real estate agent finds him an apartment in New York once occupied byJohn Barrymore, famous for his Hamlet in the mid twentieth century. When Barrymore’s ghost is summoned at a seance, he returns to coach Rally in the role. Rally, however, is more conflicted about playing Hamlet after being offered an easy well-paying TV role. Pulled in one direction by Barrymore and his girlfriend and in the other by fear and greed, he faces some tough choices with comic results. The cast includes Beth Bevins, Evie Gariepy, David McCaleb, Beebe Nelson, Craig Owen, and Nick Neyeloff
Trupiano’s Sausage Facebook Page
Hi Joey –
Just wanted to shoot you a quick email to let you know that Trupiano’s Sausage now has a Facebook page – http://www.facebook.com/TrupianosSausage if you wouldn’t mind spreading the word a little and/or liking us on Facebook.
North Shore Art Throb Launch June 1 at Latitude 43
Please mark your calendars for our Friday, June 1 Launch Party on the deck at Latitude 43 in Gloucester. Our monthly launch parties bring our readers, contributors, advertisers and lovers of the arts all in one place! We’re in our second year as the go-to magazine for bridging art and community. The May party at Porter Mill in Beverly gathered more than 150 people from all over the North Shore.
Come enjoy the beginning of summer and pick up your free copy of our Water issue! Fun begins on the beautiful deck overlooking the harbor from 6:30 to 8:30 and then moves next door to Minglewood Tavern! Latitude 43 is at 25 Rogers Street, right downtown.latfortythree.com
Hope to see you there!