Cape Ann Brewing Has Some Fine Ass Wings
Not Greasy, Crispy on the Outside but not dried out. Excellent choice in G Town.
Craig Kimberley with that ugly Steelers Hoodie. Blech. Ruined an otherwise excellent picture.
Kathy Chapman submits-
UrbanArt Public Art Opportunities
A work of public art is planned as a tribute to the Sicilian fishermen to be located on the north side of Long Wharf near the remnants of T Wharf, which along with Eastern Packard Pier and Commercial Wharf in Boston’s North End formed the commercial center of activity for the neighborhood.
Eligibility: open to artists in New England.
Contact: Ricardo D. Barreto
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Sicilian Fisherman’s Tribute" to receive a copy of the RFQ.
Hey Joey. We’ve met a few times, I’m Kate Lufkin, Laurie Lufkin’s sister. Your wife also went to high school with my sister Sarah.
Anyway, I just took a trip to Zimbabwe and Mozambique to volunteer at an HIV clinic for a few weeks (but I had some fun while I was there, too!) and Laurie reminded me to bring along my sticker…So, here they are! The first one is me on the campus of Africa University (where I was based out of for teaching. I was considered faculty…wtf??) Same with the 2nd and the 3rd. The 5th and 6th are at Victoria Falls, one of the most incredible things I’ve ever seen in my life…Finally the last one is on a boat cruise I took on the Zambezi river. It was pretty awesome! I saw elephants, crocs, hippos, you name it!
Feel free to use all or none of them, but I thought I’d send them along.
Thanks for your blog, I love it!
The Rotary Club of Rockport will be holding its annual Wine Tasting fundraiser at the Shalin Lu Performance Center in Rockport, on Saturday, October 6th from 5-7:30P.M. This fabulous event will include hors d’oeuvres and over 100 wines to sample. Wines are provided by Seabreeze Liquors of Gloucester. Tickets are $30.00 and are available from any Rockport Rotarian or by contacting club president Laurene Wessel ( 978)-675-9920 or president-elect Susan Lovasco( 978)- 675-9921.
The Wine Tasting is one of several fundraisers held by the Rotary Club of Rockport. Many local and international organizations are supported from the funds raised.
The Rotary Club of Rockport sponsors local students to go to summer camp, curriculum related activities for the school, scholarships and the Exchange Program.
Rotary has led the battle for polio eradication world-wide, and is also a leader in supporting many other international projects.
Locally, the Rockport Club provides the Valentine’s Day Lunch for senior citizens and supports many local organizations such as; The Good Friday Walk, The American Red Cross, The Open Door, Art Harbor of Cape Ann, Boy Scouts, Cape Ann Symphony, Cape Ann Youth Symphony, Camp Rotary, Pathways for Children, Rockport New Year’s Eve, the Salvation Army Holiday Bell Ringing, The YMCA Teen Center of Rockport and the Thacher Island Association.
Left to right; MaryAnne Bland (board member) Rob Audano (Rotary Club
Treasurer) Mina Sheedy (Rockport Rotary Club board member) Tony Beadle
(Rockport Rotarian and Executive Director of Rockport Music/Shalin Lu
Performance center), Laurene Wessel (Rotary Club of Rockport President),
and Sue Lovasco (Rotary Club of Rockport President-elect)
Last weekend, Holy Family parish had it’s annual outdoor Mass and picnic at Stage Fort Park. I didn’t get any photos of the outdoor Mass, because I consider it inappropriate (at best) to pull out a camera and take photos while wearing liturgical vestments and concelebrating the service. However, I got some nice photos of the fun that came afterwards. As I am going away on vacation for a week, I will post shots of the different activities in a series of posts.
Today: the men of our local Knights of Columbus cooking and serving a tasty meal!
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October 6, 7 & 8: 10am – 5pm each day
Come find out why
American Style Magazine named Gloucester #6
in Top 25 Arts Destinations for cities under 100,000
Cape Ann is home to a thriving arts community, one of the oldest in the country. For twenty-nine years Cape Ann Artisans has been inviting the public to visit their studios during their Open studio weekends.
This year’s fall tour will be held October 6th – 8th, Columbus Day Weekend from 10 am to 5 pm each day. The self-guided tour along the scenic coastline of Gloucester and Rockport presents a unique opportunity to meet 21 professional artists and see their work in the setting in which it was created.
The work represented includes: pottery, painting, sculpture, photography, mosaics, jewelry, hand-made glass beads, and weaving. Several of the artists will be demonstrating their working process during the tours.
Brochures with route maps will be available at the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, the Rockport Information Booth on Rte 127 and at each of the artisans. A bright magenta Studio Tour banner will mark each location.
For further information phone: 978-281-3347 www.capeannartisans.com
Many studios are open year round.