Click the photos to make larger and you can see the fine ribbon of migrating birds. Many, many species of birds migrate at night. You can often see them very late in the day as they are beginning their night time journey, traveling along the shores of Cape Ann before crossing Massachusetts Bay on their southward migration.
Come enjoy an evening at the Ipswich Brewery while we eat, drink, and share some stories about the growing community of craftsmen on instagram. Love it or hate is, it is here to stay. This is a powerful tool that’s free and in your pocket. With the ability to find new clients, showcase your work and connect with others it has endless possibilities for you and your business.
We’ve gathered together a panel of incredibly talented guys. Carpenters, designers, business owners, architects and fathers. We’ll even have an ambassador of Fine Home Builders and the #KeepCraftAlive movement. Our goal is to help grow this community of craftsmen, and we can’t do it without you.
Join us for an evening of food, beer and engaged conversation with our community of craftsmen. We are excited for this opportunity to get together and share our stories.
Where: Ipswich Brewery
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When the sun starts to go down the sky turns such a beautiful color. Love going to Magnolia Landing to take some photos. The photo below took from Shore Road.
Come on inside the Virginia Lee Burton Writing Cottage which was once the acclaimed artist’s former studio of her own. Virginia Lee Burton’s personal studio was rescued and nestled into the Lanesville Community Center property. The center’s clubhouse and grounds, established in 1954, seem to be the ideal spot for a summer rec program, even more so now. As one enters the cottage through the custom built door, there’s a brand new window straight ahead where the stove and chimney – and asbestos– had been. Virginia Lee Burton needed a wood stove. Today’s visitors won’t. New materials and insulation make the cottage cozy and warm.
At the celebration presentation on October 21, 2018, Chris Wagner, President of the Lanesville Community Center and project manager, recounted some history. Virginia Lee Burton purchased her studio from the Building Center in 1963. It was a pre fab home that she repurposed for her needs. He explained that the volunteers leveraged outreach. The Building Center responded with “anything you need,” and was so supportive of the cottage regeneration that they offered the volunteers a $5000 credit towards building materials. It takes an inspiring and talented village. Other area businesses stepped up: Timberline donated shingles; Argentino handled plastering; Closed Cell Structures out of Reading handled the spray foam so the cottage was winterized; Carpenter & MacNeille designed and commissioned door and windows custom built by Chris Roe from Bayview; architectural drawings from Dore and Whittier; KML Electric; plants and flowers from Generous Gardeners; and cut sunflowers for the reception from Shaws. How inspiring to learn that Camilla MacFadyen, artist and textile extraordinaire, had a hand in this studio-raising. Character, warmth, and charm were added to the new exterior wood work. Volunteers salvaged what they could of the studio and rebuilt a gem. Work is still underway. When Burton exited her sanctuary studio, she faced the ocean. Now it’s an ocean of love. Plans for future community programs and events (see below) are underway and volunteers welcome.
Support for the cottage renewal came from residents of Gloucester via CPA funding and donations, various city staff departments (e.g. conservation and community development), and a slew of committed volunteers. Like Russell Hobbs! Here’s the modest presentation listing some key volunteers:
The poignant celebration was held inside the Lanesville Community Center and concluded with an apt recitation from a Little House passage read by Christine Drohan.
With the Red Sox heading into the World Series, we went down to Fenway on Sunday to take in the atmosphere. You could feel the excitement and the anticipation of a great series. Love our Red Sox.
Haven’t check out CFCA yet? Why not?! Join us at 18 Sargent Street every Saturday at 9AM for our Community Team WOD. You can even bring a friend! The more the merrier! $5 for all non members which is donated locally. No Crossfit experience necessary. If you’ve been wondering what Crossfit is all about, no better time than now. See you there!
Check us out at http://www.crossfitcapeann.com
“Come celebrate the artists who have shown with us over the last 10 years (2008-2018) in our final two shows: #1 thru November 4 and #2 Nov 10 – December 16. SUPPORT LOCAL ART!”
What was Skipper’s Galley for a long time became Periwinkles many years ago. In driving by the other day I discovered that it is soon to be something new.
Welcome, Ripple on the Water.
I enjoyed my dining experience at the Mile Marker recently. I was there for a late lunch/early dinner so it was pretty quiet but I was happy with the menu variety, the service and the atmosphere. The view just makes me smile. As I told GMG Jimmy, this one is getting placed into the rotation as we are often looking for that late afternoon meal.
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