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I feel like if you’ve been here for more than ten minutes you already know how incredible the portions and service at The Causeway Restaurant On Essex Ave in Gloucester.
But in case you needed a reminder- thus is the time of the year you can actually get in and be seated right away.
Captain Pete Mondello and I enjoyed lunch here today.
Baked Haddock –
Saint Anthony’s Chapel, early this morning when it was still snowing. I am hoping to post a second batch of photos from later today, of the hauntingly beautiful scenes of snow- and ice-shrouded Gloucester however the branches and phone lines are laden and our lights keep flickering on and off. I hope we don’t lose power tonight but won’t be surprised if we do.
These ducks were in the marsh across from Black Beach in Manchester.
40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
I know everyone has had enough of the shoveling and wintry weather…I myself am tired of wearing ugly big boots and ski pants to work everyday, but you have to admit that today’s snow is so beautiful!
Captain Lester S. Wass American Legion Post 3 8 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA
Gloucester’s Historical Commission and the Legion are working together to plan for the building’s restoration. Sarah Dunlap, City Archivist, shared a historic image that predates the vintage postcard.
FRESH presents a pressed flower art workshop and free seed swap! Join us for a brief presentation and a fun, hands-on lesson in pressed flower art led by artist Jacki Harrington! Also bring along your vegetable and flower seeds to swap and share with fellow gardeners. You can come for one or both events. Backyard Growers staff will happily share garden tips and answer your growing questions!
Space is limited, so reserve your spot in advance! Purchase tickets here. $25 per person. Seed swap FREE!
FRESH is a six-week exhibition, with accompanying workshops and presentations, hosted by the Rocky Neck Art Colony and Backyard Growers.
This is an exciting collaboration by two inspiring non-profits—Backyard Growers, which encourages an active relationship with food and the earth, and Rocky Neck Art Colony, which encourages and promotes excellence in the arts.
In this exhibition, artists from all over New England will present works that reflect…
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Pick #1: Merrimack River Eagle Festival
Presented by Mass Audubon’s Joppa Flats Education Center and the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
“Come to Newburyport and Amesbury on February 18, 2017, for a full day of fun indoor and outdoor activities celebrating the return of our Bald Eagles! Learn more about these magnificent birds and the habitat they share with us.”
Go on an eagle tour, see a raptor show, pose for photos, and much, much more.
Visit Eagle Hot Spots
9:00 am–4:00 pm
Pick #2: Visit the Sawyer Free Library for Dads & Donuts
Saturday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m.
Enjoy donuts with dad while also enjoying visiting author Jape Payette, author of the Jape the Grape Ape children’s series.
Ages preschool and up.
Pick #3: The New England Boat Show
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
February 11–19, 2017
Friday 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Adults $15, Children $15 and under are FREE
For a more comprehensive list of family activities, please visit our friends at North Shore Kid
Be careful out there this morning and when shoveling the snow is heavy.
Caviar, Lobster Pancake and Creme Fraiche
-Rack of Lamb, mustard-potato gratin