So many thanks to GMG’s Paul Morrison for the excursion out to photograph the Osprey nest on the Annisquam. And thank you to Paul’s sister Kathy for the suggestion. We were there for only a short time when we began to see movement beneath the adult perched on the nest’s edge. After a few moments, the nestling’s shape became visible, but only for seconds, before it settled back deeper into the nest.

Osprey and fledgling Annisquam Essex County copyright Kim Smith

Some interesting facts about Ospreys:

Their population has rebounded following the ban on the pesticide DDT.

This hawk is easy to identify when flying over head as it has a whiter belly than other raptors.

The male gathers the nesting material while the female builds the nest. Osprey return to the same nesting sight and nest, building and rebuilding the nest up over a period of many generations. The man made nesting platforms that we see in Essex County are relatively new nests. Osprey nests that are built up over decades can reach 10 to 13 feet deep and 3-6 feet in diameter, large enough for an adult to sit in.

The osprey’s diet consists almost exclusively of fish, nearly 80 different species of fish are eaten by osprey. Sounds like a Gloucester sort of raptor!

Follow this link for more information about the Essex County Greenbelt’s exciting and highly successful osprey program.


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Heat Emergency Declared in Gloucester, Cooling Center Announced at Rose Baker Senior Center

Cape Ann Community

With temperatures expected to reach or exceed 90 degrees for the next several days, Gloucester Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken has declared a heat emergency. Seniors and youth are especially cautioned to take precautionary measures.

The Rose Baker Senior Center will be open for use as cooling centers for the public to use starting Thursday. Rose Baker Location: 6 Manuel F Lewis St, Gloucester, MA 01930 / Phone: (978) 281-9765

Mayor Romeo Theken and Health Department Assistant Director Max Schenk issued the following heat safety tips for all members of the public:

  • Adults and children should use sunscreen containing an SPF-15 or higher and wear protective, loose fitting clothing, including long sleeve shirts and hats.
  • The elderly, young children and those with chronic medical conditions, especially respiratory conditions, are more susceptible to the effects of heat.
  • Check in on the elderly and family or neighbors who may be at risk of

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Jane Deering Gallery presents “GEOFFREY BAYLISS | Prints, Drawings — the rhythmic and lyrical” with an opening reception on Friday August 12th from 6-8pm @ 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester.

0161_August_Lino_18x12_30x22.jpgBayliss is known for the sensitivity and sophistication of his ink drawings and viscosity monotypes, in which every mark is candid and purposeful, avoiding excess. In recent years, the artist has turned his attention to the linocut method of printmaking. The intensity and purity of line that has characterized his previous work is transformed under the imperatives of making the carved line, opening a new field of exploration and complexity. The gallery is pleased to present a portfolio of unique linocut prints, some of which also incorporate monotype processes. A selection of his lyrical ink drawings will be included.

Geoffrey C. Bayliss earned a BA in architecture from Columbia University. He has studied with painter Celia Eldridge, printmaker Coco Berkman and American sculptor John Bozarth with whom he has also collaborated. Bayliss’ work has been included in numerous group shows; his work is held in private collections in the US. Bayliss lives and maintains a studio on Cape Ann in Gloucester, Massachusetts. This is the artist’s second solo show with Jane Deering Gallery.

The gallery is open Thursdays-Sundays 12noon – 5pm, with late night on Saturday til 7pm. And by appointment. 917-902-4359 . .


What is the best way to introduce a new Rocky Neck oil painter to Good Morning Gloucester?

Here is his website

 here is a video from his recent Madfish Alley Opening Reception at 77 Rocky Neck Avenue.. 01930
   with LaPierre on the big bass joining Gary Shane and friends jamming!!!

This current show is a  25 year retrospective of Stephen’s selected plein air oil paintings, along with his evolving studio series.. Clowns with Cell Phones
where we are each and all the clowns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  YIPES!!!!!


The Rocky Neck Art Colony is delighted to welcome sculptor Richard Crangle as the fifth Summer Artist in the Rocky Neck Art Colony’s Summer Artist Series at Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck. His show opens on Wednesday, August 10 and continues to August 30 with the opening reception on Saturday August 13, from 6-8 pm.

Crangle creates refined sculptural forms and furniture that summon a reverence for nature, embracing the wood’s natural character. He incorporates time honored craftsmanship combined with contemporary expression.

Crangle’s inspirations include the coastal setting of his New England quarry studio, architecture, and the influence of Japanese and Arts & Craft Masters. His experience in custom home building, furniture and architectural detail interplay as foundation for his collection. Using local, reclaimed, and exotic woods his vocabulary of abstract and organic themes, repeated patterns and textures evoke the inclusion of visual grace, movement and innovation.

The work of Richard Crangle is in the permanent collection of the Peabody Essex Museum and numerous private collections. He was awarded the judge’s award for sculpture at the Marblehead Arts Association and Best of Show in the 2015 seARTS Wearable Art show with a beautiful dress made up of over 500 individually hand cut, shaped, ebonized cherry and bloodwood mosaic elements that shimmered and turned like bird feathers. Crangle is represented by the Mecox Gallery in East Hampton, NY; Flatrocks Gallery in Gloucester, MA; and Piscatagua Fine Art Gallery in Portsmouth, NH.

For more information about the show call Gallery 53 at 978-282-0917.

The Rocky Neck Art Colony, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization nurtures excellence in the arts through exhibitions, workshops, residencies and vibrant cultural events for its members and the public. Long renowned for its luminous light, this harbor and coastal location has been a magnet for some of the most revered realist paintings in American art and a catalyst for the progressive ideas of artists from Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Milton Avery, and Nell Blaine, among many others. Today Rocky Neck continues to attract artists and art lovers to a thriving creative community. For up to date information visit


Darren Taylor Show and Opening

Darren_TaylorDarren Taylor, local fine-furniture woodworker, is especially proud of an extraordinary piece that he has just completed – an elegant personal bar with five saddle stools. To build this spectacular piece, Taylor used reclaimed lumber from the historic Birdseye Building water tower. Originally built in 1917, the Birdseye tower was constructed of old-growth cypress. No metal, screws or nails, were used in the making of this tower – only dowels – which are still evident throughout the bar. The bar is made from the last remaining pieces of lumber from this historic site.  Taylor has previously used this reclaimed wood to make five tables for the Cape Ann Brewery in Gloucester.

The bar is 6 1/2 feet wide, 3 feet deep with a base 3 1/2 feet high. Including the rack for glasses storage, the overall height is 7 feet. The base includes adjustable shelves, wine rack and drawers.

Taylor, a fine-furniture woodworker since 1994. set up his own fully-equipped shop, Massachusetts Woodworks, in 2008, where he specializes in quality one-of-a-kind heirloom furniture and built-ins. Taylor’s first experience woodworking was with his grandfather, Charles Babe Melanson, builder of lobster traps at Melanson’s Mill. At age 7, it was Taylor’s job to shovel the sawdust for $1 a bag.

This very special piece of craftsmanship, with such a unique historic background, will be on display from Aug. 6 through Aug. 20 at Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative, 121 Main St., Gloucester MA. There will be a reception, with live entertainment by John Jerome, Saturday, Aug. 13th from 6:00-9:00, where you can meet the artist and view this wonderful piece.


Artist Talk with Julie Graham

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present this year’s Goetemann artist-in-residence, Julie Graham, on Sunday August 14 at 2:00p.m. This program marks the 7th year of collaboration with the Rocky Neck Art Colony for the Distinguished Artist/Teacher Goetemann Artist in Residence lecture. The Goetemann Artist Residency program was established in 2005 by long-time Rocky Neck artists Gordon and Judith Goetemann.

 This program is free and open to the public.

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Image: Julie Graham, Adjacent, 2014, mixed media on wood and panel, 15 in. x 24 in.

In this illustrated talk, Graham will addresses the evolution of her work, focusing on the importance of source material and inspiration, as well as how those things may change or stay the same over the course of a career.

Graham is a painter, photographer and sculptor. She is represented by Kingston Gallery in Boston and is on the faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Art in the Heart of the Garden Flyer


Tonight Eric Colville Band & Garfish ~ Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2016 6pm 8.11.2016

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*as always…weather permitting.

Dennis Brennan Tonight! Dave Sag’s blues party 8:30pm @ The Rhumb Line 8.11.2016 So wicked good!


Dave says,
The Musical Surplus Club of Hong Kong is proud to present the return of the one and only Mr. Dennis Brennan to the Rhumb Line stage this Thursday. Girls, start your weeping glands. Been a while since Big D has graced our stage and I can’t wait to join in. Everytime he comes here the smelling salts flow like wine! For my dough, the greatest singer around.

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and he’s bringing along the hardware to match, in the form of Mr. Steve Sadler on catarrh and Mr. Chris Rivelli, the baddest drummmbler from Broomful ‘o Blues fame and misfortune. Don’t miss it!


40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-9732

Rusty and Ingrid Creative Company

Congratulations to Gloucester’s Rusty and Ingrid. Their beautiful creations are now being sold in L.L. Bean in Freeport, Maine.  Very exciting for this talented hard working family. You can visit Rusty and Ingrid at their Gallery at 31 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia Gloucester, MA.

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Beautiful public art: Aristides Demetrios fountain at the entrance to Gloucester Sawyer Free Library

The Sea Harvest fountain, Aristides Demetrios’ swirling bronze sculpture, makes the entrance to Sawyer Free memorable. Twelve fish are swimming in circles. Small mackerel are at the very top with larger mostly bottom feeding species such as cod and haddock swimming underneath. Can you name all the fish?




Photo: Aristides Demetrios 4′  high 1977 bronze Sea Harvest fountain in the foreground / City Hall in the background. Note a few City Hall details: tower clock (donated by Sawyer);  schooner weather vane; and the historic Civil War memorial on the grounds of City Hall.

Aristides Burton Demetrios was born in 1932 in Lincoln, MA, where his parents lived for one year. He and his brother were raised in Gloucester. He has resided and worked in California since 1959. It’s hard not to read into this sculpture a bit of biography near and dear to Gloucester.  ‘The apple has not fallen far from the tree’ as the saying goes. His parents were part of a Gloucester arts community that included nationally recognized artists such as Paul Manship, Walker Hancock, and Leon Kroll. His father, George Demetrios (1896-1974), was an acclaimed sculptor and teacher at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School as well as on Cape Ann. His mother, Virginia Lee Burton, was a renowned artist, writer, and founder of Folly Cove Designers. She is considered one of the best author-illustrators of children’s books of all time, including Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel, Katy and the Big Snow, and the Caldecott winning Little Place. Art permeated every facet of their family and community. One might be forgiven for seeing traces of this legacy of influence. Aristides took classes from his father; both father and son worked primarily as sculptors. It’s fascinating to compare repeated compositions in his mother’s work with Aristide Demetrios’ art, their confident line, sense of movement, discovery and joy.

A few other examples by Aristides Demetrios:


Aristides Demetrios’ 1964 welded bronze and copper White Memorial Fountain (nicknamed ‘the Claw’) for Stanford University earned a #9 spot on this TOP 20 MOST POPULAR FOUNTAINS ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES list. “Demetrios is a celebrated sculptor who can transform any boring fountain into an art piece. Like the students at Stanford, he does not settle for anything less than mediocre. Before the rivalry game against UC-Berkeley, Stanford holds a mock-somber “burial” of UC’s mascot Oski the Bear. At the end, an effigy of the bear is impaled on top of the sculpture.” #1 on that particular list was Occidental with sculpture: Water Forms II by artist, George Baker, “…a campus landmark. It was actually featured prominently in the 1984 film Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.”

Aristides Demetrios, Forms Sung in a Kelp Forest, 12.5 feet high welded bronze fountain, Monterey Bay Aquarium


Aristides Demetrios Proteus, 1965, 32 -foot wide bronze and copper fountain for Sacramento Court House

Aristides Demetrios, Acrobats, 14 bronze sculptures, each 7 feet high, Pacific Commons, Fremont, CA
Aristides Demetrios Swimmers

Find more at his website.

Neil gives Saltwater Massage 2 thumbs up!

After a 30 year hiatus, my husband decided to pick up his golf clubs again and well….let’s just say… he doesn’t have the rebound the ‘body of 30 years ago’ did.    After doing a little research he thought he would seek out Gretchen Hill at Saltwater Massage who specializes in neck, body and back pain.   After his first appointment he was hooked!_DSC2173

Gretchen at Saltwater Massage is passionate about her work always looking for better ways to relive her clients stress and tension.    Check her out at saltwater massage.com_DSC2195-Edit

Nichole’s Picks 8/13 + 8/14

Pick #1:  Rotary Club of Rockport’s Lobsterfest


The Rotary Club of Rockport Presents

  • Date: Saturday, August 13 from 3-7 PM (rain or shine)
  • Location: American Legion Hall Bandstand at Scenic Back Beach-Rockport, MA
  • Tickets: $25—includes Hot Boiled Lobster, Clam Chowder, Corn-on-the-Cob, Roll, Watermelon & Soda /Water
  • There will also be a cash menu of burgers, hot dogs, chips, beer & wine.
  • Live entertainment by “Stillhouse Down”
  • Tickets are available at: John Tarr Store, Village Silversmith or from any Rockport Rotarian. Advanced tickets recommended. For information/tickets call 603-721-1038
    or visit our web site at:
  • Proceeds to benefit Rockport Rotary Club Community and International Service Project.

The Lobsterfest will be followed by the Town of Rockport’s fourth annual fireworks show, and the town will be illuminated for the occasion. Come for the day and enjoy the fun!

Pick #2:  And Then….Fireworks



As dusk descends on Rockport, settle in at Back Beach and the American Legion Bandstand to watch the fourth annual summertime fireworks display over Sandy Bay. The fireworks display will follow the Rockport Rotary Club’s Lobsterfest, a unique annual outdoor dining and fundraising event at the Legion Bandstand, serving boiled lobster, clam chowder and more from 3 to 7 pm.

Location: Old Granite Pier, Sandy Bay, 16 Wharf Road, dusk

 * In case of inclement weather and the need to cancel, Rockport Fireworks will be updating their plans on their Facebook page.  See that HERE!

Pick #3:  Cape Ann Museum’s Second Saturday:  Traveling Cape Ann



11:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m.


Bring the kids! Make a postcard inspired by the Museum’s collection of historic cards written by vacationers telling of their adventures on Cape Ann.

The second Saturday of every month is free for families with school-aged children. Families are invited to the Activity Center to participate in hands-on activities that delve into the art, history and culture of the region. Each Second Saturday focuses on a specific theme based on the Museum’s collection and/or special exhibitions.


As always, for a more comprehensive list of family friendly activities, please visit our friends at North Shore Kids 


More Community Stuff

The American Travelling Morrice

Hi Joey!

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My dance troupe, the American Travelling Morrice rolled into town on Saturday to embark on a week of Morris Dancing throughout Essex County.

We’ve already danced by the Man at the Wheel and at the Magnolia Farmers Market and I’m sharing some photos to prove it!

This Saturday, August 13, our group will spend the morning dancing at the Rockport Farmers Market before we return to Gloucester.

At 2:30 PM we can be found dancing on St. Peter’s Square. From approximately 4:00 to 5:00 we’ll be dancing first by the police station, then by City Hall.  Our Grand Finale will be at 6:15 on Harbor Loop.

Folks can learn more about us at: and at

Hope you enjoy the pictures and have a chance to catch the dancing.


Rose Sheehan


Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board Listings For 08/11/16


Welcome To Cape Ann Community Bulletin Board

Joey C ~

A place where non-profit Cape Ann organizations can post press releases directly and then those press releases will be reposted to . This is not an advertising space for businesses, fitness or wellness organizations, or music listings.

The web address will be

To have your community organization news posted here, contact Joey C who will grant access for you to post directly.

Music on Meetinghouse Green to Benefit the Gloucester Writers Center

August 10, 2016 ~ Rose

3rian King and Nathan Cohen plus Chris Leghorn and Gerry Ryan in Free Concert, Friday, August 12, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Corner of Middle and Church Streets, Gloucester, MA

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3rian King (voice, keys, guitar) and Nathan Cohen (violin, trumpet) are the founders of the neo-cabaret band, What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?. The pair like to bend and blend genres, allowing the song to be what it needs to be in order to express its emotional core. Together they have packed houses in Boston, NYC, and throughout the country.

Veteran performers Chris Leghorn and Gerry Ryan have formed a new acoustic duo who perform a wide range of compelling songs that cover the traditions from folk, Celtic, sea shanties, original and popular music. They specialize in performing catchy songs with strong melodies and moving harmonies that captivate and entertain an audience.

This is concert six in a series of nine free outdoor concerts presented by the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation.   The family-friendly concert begins at 6 pm. Bring a picnic, folding chairs or blankets. In case of rain, the event will take place inside the Meetinghouse (no food or drink permitted inside.) Donations will be accepted to benefit the Gloucester Writers Center.

Since its founding in 2010, the Gloucester Writers Center has hosted hundreds of events including readings, classes, lectures, films, writers-in-residence and community events.
A working writers center in a working town, the GWC is housed in the home of Gloucester’s first poet laureate, Vincent Ferrini. For fifty years Ferrini lived and wrote poetry in his home and framing studio at 126 East Main Street. After his death in 2007 the project of opening the house as a living memorial began with Ferrini’s nephew, Henry Ferrini, long-time friend Annie Thomas, friend and Unitarian Universalist minister Paul Sawyer and New York writer AndrĂ© Spears. The GWC was incorporated before Sawyer’s death in 2010 and soon received 501(c)(3) status.

Next Friday’s concert features the Milkhouse Heaters from Vermont to benefit the Cape Ann Art Haven.

Gloucester Block Party & Waterfront Festival

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Join us on Main Street on August 20th for a fun, festive event that brings downtown Gloucester to life! A portion of Main Street is closed off and festivities are held from 6:00 – 10:00 PM. Music, entertainment, outdoor dining and shopping. This family-friendly event has something for everyone! Follow on Facebook for details on activities and performers later this week.

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The 36th Annual Gloucester Waterfront Festival will be held at Stage Fort Park on August 20 and 21. View the works of Juried Artists and Craftsmen from throughout the U.S.A. Continuous live music, traditional New England Seafood, a fabulous pancake breakfast and Antique Cars complement this picture perfect seaport event!

It will be an exciting weekend in Gloucester with lots to do – we look forward to seeing you there!

The Friends of Seacoast Annual Seacoast 10K Road Race was a huge success.

August 10, 2016


The Friends of Seacoast Annual Seacoast 10K Road Race was a huge success. Runners from all of the state ran the 10K race throughout the beautiful scenic trail in Gloucester.

We are grateful to Patrick Thorpe, President of Bank Gloucester and his Board of Directors, our generous race sponsor for their continued support of this annual race which has become one of our major fund raisers.

Lahey Health/Addison Gilbert Hospital, Rockport Mortgage, Lyons Ambulance, Cape Ann Savings Bank, Institution for Savings, and Good Morning Gloucester and Eileen and Bob Matz and Dr. Joseph Geary for sponsoring the tee shirts given to the runners and volunteers.

Care Dimension for sponsoring the registration table, and Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for providing all the water, bananas and Gatorade at the beverage table.

TLC @ Home, Mr. & Mrs. William Trayes, David Harrison DMD, Carroll K Steele Insurance, Merritt Capital Mgmt. and Liquor Locker for sponsoring Mile Markers. Joey Ciaramitaro for all his sage advice and help.

David Cox for donating his time to take photos of the runner during the race. Steve Vaitonis a race official who observed that this certified race was run properly. Rachel and Mark Lane for transporting equipment to the site.

Thank you Gloucester Daily Times. Marybeth Callahan, Nick Curcuru, Christine Parisi, Joe Brown and Joanne Mackenzie for their coverage of our race. Mike Page, Jordan Reardon, Lee Benton and Joe Shairs of North Shore Timing. Kevin Lyons of Lyons Ambulance Service for sending an EMT team to insure the safety of the runners. Sue Dahl for her graphic art work designing our web site and poster for our race.

The success of every organization is dependent on the people who give selflessly of their time and money. The Friends of Seacoast are fortunate to have so many of these people insuring that the residents stay connected to the community. Their efforts provide the entertainment on a daily basis. Harbor rides, monthly dining at area restaurant, dinner shows at Seacoast, gifts at Mother’s and Father’s Day along with Christmas. Races at Suffolk’s Down, and many more events that would not be possible without the Friends of Seacoast.

It all starts with our capable Activities Director Alison Cox, our Administrator Stephen Doyle and our Friends of Seacoast members, Chairperson, Lisa Leahy, our Race Director JD Mac Eachern, Maryanne Amero, Angela Ciaramitaro, Joey Ciaramitaro, Pat Ciaramitaro, Rosalee Nicastro, Buzz Mc Eachern, Donna Saunders, Grace Simpson, Vincie Scola, Mary Spinola, Paul Spinola, and Ruthie Dupuis Exama.

A special thanks to all the volunteers who helped on the day of the race, , Bank President Patrick Thorpe and his board members, James C. Greely II, Alan Hagstrom, and Mark Hubbard, Joan and Fred Bishop, Vinny Woodhams, Fire Chief Eric Smith and his wife Laurie Smith,

Each year we receive the support of the Gloucester Police Department who provide the lead car and manage the course and it’s traffic to insure the runner and public are safe during this road race, We are grateful to Police Chief Lennie Campanello and the Gloucester Police Department Asst. Chief. John Mc Carthy, Lt. Dave Quinn, Sgt. Sandy MacDonald and Officer George Carr.

Last but not least to Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken who came and extended the greeting to the runner at the start and congratulated them at the finish of the race during the award ceremony, and her Administrative Assistant Christopher Sicuranza for all his help in promoting the race on the City of Gloucester web site.

Tom Lattof

Lisa Leahy

Friends of Seacoast

How To Make A Movie On Your iPhone

Cape Ann TV

Lunch & Learn Series:

How To Make A Movie On Your iPhone


Cape Ann TV’s Lunch & Learn Series continues on Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 12pm with “How To Make A Movie On You iPhone” presented by Professional Video Producer, Ted Reed.

It used to cost thousands, if not millions of dollars to make a movie. But now the basic production tools are in the hands of millions of people. Your smart phone can capture better video than most top of the line professional cameras did only a few years ago; all you need are a few tips and a few (if any) accessories to produce a festival-ready film. Join independent producer Ted Reed for a Cape Ann TV Lunch and Learn discussion that will show you what you need to know and what works best to get high-quality video out of your iPhone. The principles are the same for almost any current smart phone; we’ll concentrate on what the iPhone can do and the free or cheap apps that will help you get your indie feature made.

Participants are encouraged to install the ProCam app* which we will do a quick tutorial on, but even the stock Camera app will do the trick.


Space is limited for this event; please RSVP to to reserve your spot.

*Cape Ann TV in not affiliated nor endorses this application.  Please do your own research and use your own discretion when downloading.

Learn 1st Degree/Beginning Reiki on Cape Ann: Early Registration Discount Ends Tomorrow

More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-

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First Degree/Shoden Reiki Training Offered on Cape Ann. This beginning level of Reiki focuses on ‘self-Reiki for self-care’ and self-healing. When we are in good balance and good health, we are more available to offer help to others.

Reiki Shoden/1st Degree Training – Friday. August 26th.  9:15 a.m. – 6 p.m. Held in a serene setting in Gloucester. NEW – Course material offered in English or Spanish. Additional self-study and supervised practicums are required for learning about offering Reiki to family/friends/pets and to achieve your Certificate of Completion at First Degree. (50 Hours.) 

Transportation to Class from Boston – Transportation available via the MBTA Train/North Station to Downtown Gloucester. Shuttle service from the train station. Contact us for details.

Advance Registration and Payment Required. Contact us for details or to Register – 978-283-4258 or email: Info@ or All Level

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