Check out the fantastic new gallery above Cape Pond Ice. The space is undergoing some changes but can’t you just imagine what a gorgeous gallery it will make? To debut the gallery, on display are Sue Memhard’s beautiful dreamlike series of paintings. Sue was Scott’s cousin. She passed away several years ago. Sue painted and lived in Wayland with her husband Jim Crisp. I had the pleasure of meeting Jim at the gallery today and you can too. Stop in tomorrow, Sunday, for the official grand opening of Ice House Art House.
For more information about Sue’s paintings, poetry, and books visit Sue Memhard here.
Ice House Art House is open tomorrow from 10am to 3pm.
“To me the sea is a continual miracle; The fishes that swim–the rocks–the motion of the waves–the ships, with men in them, What stranger miracles are there?” – Walt Whitman
Next to rusted paint, I love scraped and sanded hulls before they get repainted and become boring. Each one has its own unique abstract pattern and colors.
Go to Premier Imprints to see Loie Levine making authentic Sea Glass jewelry.
Thank You To Sheree For Granting Good Morning Gloucester The First Interview
Inventing Mr. Right
Rockport, MA – Friday, May 20, 2016
In Rockport there’s a “woman of a certain age” whose unique observations on life, love, family,
and relationships have readers laughing and leaving them with a warm heart. Author Gail Moore
recently released her debut novel, The Lucia Papers, through her publisher, Happy Wanderer
Media. This semi-autobiographical work opens a window to her world, described with astute
awareness of the absurdity of the behavior and expectations, both societal and personal, of all
the other interesting humans that weave their ways through the circumstances of her life.
The Lucia Papers tells the adventurous tale of a “woman of a certain age,” the man she loved,
and the imaginary man she created to keep him on his toes. Told with humor and pathos, the
protagonist shares details of her life and amatory misadventures with her curious
granddaughter, a young woman coming into her own in Manhattan much like Lucia did in the
1960s. It is a warm and funny cross-generational, cautionary tale told through a series of phone
calls, letters, emails, and visits.
As an “empty nester” on her first trip to Italy, the author came into her own, gaining perspective
on her life and finding her voice. As she shared anecdotes about her past life with new friends,
they encouraged her to begin writing. The author and The Lucia Papers got their start with these
Available at Toad Hall Bookstore (Rockport), other local bookstores, and Amazon.com.
Personalized, autographed copies are available directly from the author at no additional cost.
All other inquiries, please contact the publisher, Happy Wanderer Media,
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6th Annual NSHP Community Health Activist Award is being awarded in June to Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello
Greetings from the North Shore Health Project!
May is shaping up to be a very exciting month for the NSHP and for Gloucester !
We are pleased to announce that the 6th Annual NSHP Community Health Activist Award is being awarded in June to Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello, John Rosenthal and the PAARI Initiative for their work in developing the Angel Program, a revolutionary new way to fight the war on drugs by doing something about the demand, not just the supply.
This is, of course, after Chief Campanello is honored TODAY as a “Champion of Change” by President Obama at the White House for his tireless work helping law enforcement officers around the country to take a stand against the disease of addiction.
Please join us as we celebrate the crucial work that is being done by PAARI on Thursday morning, June 2nd, 2016, at the Gloucester House on Rogers Street in Gloucester . Breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. with remarks from local officials, colleagues and others. The program will conclude by 9 a.m.
Admission to the breakfast is $30, and you may make reservations by calling 978-283-0101 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also make a reservation and payment via mail to The North Shore Health Project, 5 Center Street , Gloucester , MA , 01930 . There will be a limited number of seats available on the day of the celebration, but please RSVP by May 20 so that we can have an accurate head count.
Many thanks also to BankGloucester for choosing us to be included on the ballot for their 9th annual “Banking for the Community” program! Beginning on Sunday, May 1st at 9AM, please vote for the North Shore Health Project at www.BankGloucester.com. One entry per person/email address. Consider sharing this link on your personal Facebook page to increase our chances. A total of $20,000 will be given to local non-profits, and every organization will receive some funds. Your voting will determine how much we will receive. Many thanks in advance. Spread the word! Proceeds from fundraisers like this one go directly to helping our clients live healthier lives.
In addition to the above, we are pleased to offer our usual array of case management services, holistics, peer support, group meals, outreach and education, and other ways to help keep our clients – and community – healthy.
Wishing you a happy Spring,
All of us here at the North Shore Health Project.
Great Books Cheap!