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ABC Home Healthcare Professionals Receive Dementia Practitioner Certification
Jeannette Sheehan MS, RN, CS, CCM is a Board certified family nurse practitioner and
founder of ABC Home Healthcare Professionals. Ms. Sheehan, along with Clare Pappagallo, RN, CCM, recently attended the Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Seminar run by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. The seminar covered the full range of the disease from diagnosis to treatment, behaviors, reactions, personal care, activities, support, abuse, neglect, diversity, spiritual care, and more. Upon completing the seminar, Ms. Sheehan and Ms. Pappagallo have achieved Certified Dementia Practitioner status from the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.
“Alzheimer’s disease is growing fast. Someone develops Alzheimer’s every minute in the United States with close to 5.5 million Americans now living with the disease. Within the next 30 years, the number will triple to approximately 16 million. At ABC Home Healthcare, we are constantly training and…
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The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present an illustrated talk by author Eric Jay Dolin on his newest work, Brilliant Beacons: A History of the American Lighthouse on Saturday, April 30 at 3:00p.m. Dolin describes his book as, “…a story about colonial commerce, nation building, war, technological innovation, engineering feats, storms, tragedy, personal sacrifice and inspiring determination, as well as poetry, art and hope…I think that’s enough for one book.”
Cost for the program is $15 for CAM members / $20 for non-members (includes Museum admission). Space is limited; reservations required.
Dolin, the best-selling author of Leviathan, will discuss his most recent book, Brilliant Beacons, which traces the evolution of America’s lighthouse system, highlighting the political, military and technological battles fought to illuminate the nation’s coastlines. The talk will include remarks on the Thacher Island Fresnel lens, which can be seen in the Museum’s maritime galleries and is the inspiration for the term “brilliant beacon,” as their use transformed American lighthouses. Following the program, Dolin will be available to sign copies of his book, for sale in the Museum Shop.
CAM program coordinator Kate LaChance recently sat down with Dolin to discuss his newest book in greater detail. That interview can heard on the Cape Ann Museum website here: http://www.capeannmuseum.org/video-links/
Enjoy new work, live jazz, and refreshments at The Art of David Arsenault One Year Anniversary Party on Saturday, April 30th from 4-7 p.m., 26 Bearskin Neck, Rockport. Live Jazz by the Christian Conti Trio.
Show opening this Saturday April 30 from 5-7pm and open to the public. Continuing through June 30.
Lexicon Gallery also hosts guest jewelry artists Bethe Palmer and Sandra Willmer.
Lexicon is in the quaint village of Magnolia. Come see the revitalization and what the buzz is all about. It is worth the drive. 15 Lexington Avenue. Visit lexicongallery.com
In a recent maritime disaster two freighters collided and sank while headed for the Benjamin Moore paint factory. One was loaded with red pigment, the other with blue pigment. Both crews were marooned.
This is what can and has happened a few times. This was five years ago.
Well,I’ve signed up for elective surgery on my flabby elbow skin (hetero-weenisectomy) this Thursday and will be be busy recuperating with a Martini or three, so , in the meantime, why not stop holding your breath and inhale a little bit of Ms. Lisa Marie who will be charging in on her caparisoned horse, lance aboiling ,to skewer you with another night of electro-convulsive blues, and other music. And she’s bringing along the right people. She’s got Johnny Juxo to bang his shoe on the keyboard, “Silverfish” Steve on scratchy catarrh, and Dana “Bonefish” Bonardi on the bangulators. Sounds like a plan. Me, I’ll be showing up late in my black suit, in case you wanna see what I look like when I buy the farm! (minus the formaldehyde).
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Come and celebrate the North Shore’s newest and most enthusiastic yoga teachers!
The graduates of Cape Ann Yoga School’s 2016 200 Hour training will team teach this all levels class. Please sign up in advance to be sure of getting a spot!
Like graduates from years past – these teachers will go on to help to make yoga more accessible to more people in our community. Come celebrate and benefit from the hard work they’ve put in and get in on the ground floor of the future of health and wellness in Gloucester.
Previous Graduates of Cape Ann Yoga School
Visit The Thomas E. Lannon this summer.
A little pricier than most of my picks, but what a great opportunity for a beautiful day spent outside before the weather gets too hot.
Saturday, April 30th 10:00-2:00 $28 for members and $35 for nonmembers
This hike explores the wild wonders of the Crane Estate! We’ll launch our long walk at the Cedar Point Trail and follow it to the Ipswich River, then meander along the beach and through seldom-traveled paths to the trailhead at the Crane Wildlife Refuge. We’ll wander the dunes to Essex Bay, then make our way along the backside of Crane Beach to reach the Essex River. A bag lunch will be delivered to us at the approximate halfway point, and will give us the sustenance we’ll need to finish the hike! Come prepared for a leisurely long-way-around walk of about 8 miles.
Although I haven’t been in a couple of year, I truly LOVE this place. Such a gorgeous slice of heaven, right within the city limits, that makes you feel as though you are miles and miles from it all. With more than 280 acres to explore, you’ll certainly be able to make a day of it.
Explore on your own or take a guided tour throughout the property
This Saturday also brings the event, “Maples, Roses, and More (Oh, My!)”
1:00-2:30pm, April 30, 2016 Arnold Arboretum
Arboretum Guided Tour
Experience the Arboretum in a new way–take a free guided tour with a knowledgeable volunteer docent. Tour topics range from Highlights and History to Landscape for Learning and special themes on Olmsted, Arboretum collections, and more.
For more information and possible cancellations due to weather, call the Visitor Center at 617 384-5209.Location: Hunnewell Building, unless otherwise publicized.
Tours last around 90 minutes, and are geared toward adults. There is no need to register.
The general free tour season runs from April 16 through October 30, 2016. We offer tours Saturdays at 10:30am, and Sundays at 1:00pm. Additional 10:30am weekday tours are offered on Mondays and Thursdays, late April through June, September and October, except holidays.
As always, for a more comprehensive list of family activities, please visit our friends at North Shore Kid
Gloucester Stage Company Receives Four Elliot Norton Award Nominations
The Boston Theater Critics Association (BTCA) recently announced The 34th Annual Elliot Norton Award nominations featuring over 25 nominations of outstanding actors, directors, designers and ensembles. Gloucester Stage Company received a total of 4 nominations for the non-profit theater’s 2015 season. Gloucester Stage Artistic Director Robert Walsh received both acting and directing nominations. Winners are to be revealed at the 34th Annual Elliot Norton Awards on Monday, May 23, 2016 at 7 PM, at Boston’s Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre.
The Gloucester Stage Company nominations include three for Enda Walsh’s The New Electric Ballroom: Outstanding Production by a Small Theater; Outstanding Director, Small or Fringe Theater: Robert Walsh and Outstanding Ensemble, Midsize, Small or Fringe Theater:Nancy E. Carroll, Marya Lowry, Adrianne Krstansky, and Derry Woodhouse; and one nomination for Israel Horovitz’s Gloucester Blue:Outstanding Actor, Small or Fringe Theater: Robert Walsh.
“I am hugely grateful to the Norton Award Committee for this honor,” says double nominee Gloucester Stage Artistic Director Robert Walsh, “I’m so delighted for the cast of The New Electric Ballroom – they were so amazing to collaborate with, and I am in Israel’s debt for such a great role in his play, Gloucester Blue.”
The Elliot Norton Awards are named for the eminent Boston theater critic Elliot Norton, who remained an active supporter of drama, both locally and nationally, until his death in 2003 at the age of 100. The Boston theater community carries on his legacy and can be proud of its remarkable growth at a time in our nation’s history when the arts are struggling to survive. The awards are presented annually by The Boston Theater Critics Association (BTCA) (Don Aucoin, Jared Bowen, Terry Byrne, Carolyn Clay, Nick Dussault, Iris Fanger, Joyce Kulhawik, Kilian Melloy, Bob Nesti, and Ed Siegel) to honor the outstanding productions, directors, designers, and performers that audiences have seen on Greater Boston area stages throughout the year.
The 34th Annual Elliot Norton Awards will be held at the Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre, 265 Tremont St., Boston, on Monday, May 23 at 7 PM. Tickets are priced at $35.00; savvy shoppers will take advantage of $10 off the regular ticket price (available through May 1), using the code NORTIES10. Tickets are on sale at the Citi Center Box Office, at www.citicenter.org or by calling (866) 348-9738.
The Gloucester Stage 2016 season opens on May 19 with Peter Shaffer’s Lettice and Lovage featuring Academy Award nominee Lindsay Crouse. For information about Gloucester Stage, or to purchase single tickets or Flex Passes, call the Box Office at 978-281-4433 or visit www.gloucesterstage.com.
Elliot Norton Award Nominated Ensemble (L to R : Marya Lowry, Adrianne Krstansky, Derry Woodhouse and Nancy E. Carroll) from The New Electric Ballroom directed by Elliot Norton Award Outstanding Director Nominee Robert Walsh
Photos by Gary Ng
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YOUR CAPE, YOUR PLATE – We are in the homestretch for putting these iconic plates on the road! Have you been meaning to order your Cape Ann License Plate and just haven’t gotten around to it? Now is the time to give us a call! We need your help to get the pates on the road. We have UNDER 100 to go and we can submit to the registry and put the plates into production! Order yours today by calling the Chamber at 978-283-1601 or apply online. Proceeds go back to our communities.
Saturday, April 30th at 3:00 p.m.
Best selling author, Eric Jay Dolin will discuss his most recent book, Brilliant Beacons: A History of the American Lighthouse, which traces the evolution of America’s lighthouse system, highlighting the political, military and technological battles fought to illuminate the nation’s coastlines. The talk will include remarks on the Thacher Island Fresnel lens, which can be seen in the Museum’s maritime galleries. Following the program, Dolin will be available to sign copies of his book, for sale in the Museum Shop.
Image credit: Nicole Fandel
This program is $15 for CAM members / $20 for non-members (includes Museum admission). Space is limited; reservations required.
Hear CAM Program Coordinator Kate LaChance’s interview with Eric Jay Dolin here.
From the collection of the Cape Ann Museum.