Part two of Sunday In the morning.
Perfect for the deck, it’s heavy and feels premium like it should be at least double the cost. I also like how deep it is so ash will stay contained unlike a shallow ashtray.
Link to purchase here
- Material: Aluminum Alloy, Gloss Finish
- Size : 4.72″×2.75″×0.98″ Weight: 225g
- Color: Gray (As per pictures shown)
- Capacity: 1 Cigar
- The ashtray holds cigars of max ring gauge 60 (24mm)
City of Gloucester and Rob Newton, Cape Ann Cinema and Stage, announce the 2018 Gloucester HarborWalk Summer Cinema free outdoor movies line up:
Fifth annual year- Save the dates! Five free movie nights begin Wednesday July 11th, 2018- The Summer of Song!
July 11 ::: The Greatest Showman
July 18 ::: Coco
July 25 ::: The Wizard of Oz
August 1 ::: The Beatles Yellow Submarine
August 8 ::: Footloose
July 11, 18, 25 and August 1 and 8. Rain dates August 15 & 22
The 2018 series poster and movie flyers were designed by Ariana Puopolo for Jill Cahill, Community Development Director, and based on original designs by Chris Muskopf and C7A.
Over 5000 Cape Ann residents attended Gloucester’s HarborWalk Summer Cinema series in 2017. Awesome North Shore 104.9 amps the pre-show festivities! The HarborWalk Summer Cinema series is presented by the City and Cape Ann Cinema & Stage with the support of local businesses:
North Shore 104.9
The Building Center
ToodeLoos! (has participated every year!)
The Summer 2018 movie nights are presented by
Hi Joey, In Seattle for the National Special Olympics & Bobbie (Silva) Bronson – obv from Glou, now lives in WA – stopped by to cheer on her Glosta Girl #marlinmeg
In 2017, donations of $650,000 were secured to preserve four acres of Lobster Cove acquired by Essex County Greenbelt Ed Becker and Dave Rimmer working with the city staff (DPW Mike Hale, Ken Whittaker, Community Development) and many in the community. The property is co-owned by Mt. Adnah Cemetery.
Recently DPW teamed up with Greenbelt to scrub out trees, rocks, earth and stone to grade a pedestrian path along its Leonard Street stretch at the landing past Annisquam Church. Widening Leonard Street because of its variable and intermittent scale would be a very expensive and perhaps unwelcome project. This quick jaunt seems like a thoughtful solution to support safe access and property exploration in a tricky spot.
‘Squam rock has some practice boulders
No longer hidden by overgrowth, beautifully balanced granite outcroppings were exposed. If you look just so you might see the lines of a baby shorebird under wing or is that just me? Hmmm… Mother Ann, Squam Rock and baby Bird Rock.
Ask her about Gloucester High School, and Denise Benchoff will tell you about the teachers who come in during the summer to help her daughter Delaney and other kids get a jumpstart on their classes.
“I see a lot of dedication with the teachers,” says Denise, whose older daughter graduated from Gloucester High and went to the University of Delaware to study mechanical engineering. “I’ve talked with a number of parents whose kids have gone on to great colleges. I am happy I chose the Gloucester schools.”
Watch Delaney’s story:
This is the third in a series of video profiles about why students and their families choose the Gloucester public schools. Read the introductory post about the #ChooseGloucester series here. The first profile of student Lizzie Luster is here and the second profile of Austin Monell is here.
Sunday morning at the Square:
Get a front row seat for Gloucester’s Horribles Parade broadcast LIVE for the first time on Facebook. The special coverage will be cohosted by Kory, owner of the Bridge Cape Ann, and Pauline Bresnahan, owner of Pauline’s Gifts, from a booth above the parade at lovely Gloucester Tavern on the Harbor and boulevard. Suprise guests and special reporters from along the parade route will join in with the emcees.
Fish Fraud Forensics is GMGI’s exciting new one-week laboratory course launching in July, the first of many future summer courses that will be taught in the unique biotech lab at Gloucester Biotechnology Academy.
The Summer STEM courses are designed for students ages 14-18 who want a hands-on research experience, working with modern equipment and using real scientific methods to solve problems.
Visit our website at gmgi.org/summerstem to register for SummerSTEM: Fish Fraud Forensics! Please contact Education Director John Doyle at 978.491.5968 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.