Save the date for the next local showing, which will be at the Cape Ann Museum on February 10th, 2018. This film is a must see for every member of our community and will inspire you to take an active role in helping to preserve our most treasured and valuable resource. Without the help of the entire community, the industry will soon be Dead in the Water.
Wishing Dianne much success on her new path. Our deepest thanks again for all that she did to keep the Good Harbor Beach Piping Plover family safe last summer.
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Sign up at any MAC location now through 11/30/2017 and we’ll donate HALF of your $40 JOIN FEE to The Open Door!
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ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE
Join us at North Shore Restorative Yoga this Sunday Evening November 19 from 6:30pm-8pm to individually and collectively practice GRATITUDE with a deeply healing Restorative Yoga Workshop with Katie Schroeder. Restorative yoga uses props-bolsters, blankets, blocks, sandbags and eye pillows to invite the body into simple, powerful, therapeutic poses that bring the body into balance. Restorative yoga is all about relaxing the body to release tension and stress. You will feel lighter and more connected to your body, mind and heart.
The theme of November is GRATITUDE for this body, for this mind, for this heart, for this life. This month we focus on what we can be grateful for by breathing in love and breathing out love while supporting our bodies to heal and harmonize in gentle Restorative poses. Feel the love and find the gratitude in this heart opening practice.
All levels, ages, no experience…
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It was too cold for me to be out on the harbor last night!
Setting up hours 9 to 2..great gifts and a terrific silent auction
Donna Ardizzoni / Circle Consulting Group 978-526-9222
I came across an interesting little Thanksgiving factoid I thought you might be interested in. Apparently in 1939, the last Thursday in November (the traditional date to celebrate Thanksgiving) was late in the month. At the time, it wasn’t considered proper to begin Christmas prior to Thanksgiving (imagine such a world!) and retailers were worried about the bottom line in a shortened shopping season especially as the Depression effects lingered. President Franklin D. Roosevelt moved Thanksgiving back a week to November 23 (like this year!) in order to allow the extra shopping week. Did you know this? Derisively, it was known as Franksgiving and resulted in certain and rapid response from our US Congress. It’s an interesting story: Check it out here.