GLOUCESTER OFFSHORE BEAUTY. 20 minutes of 4K drone video of whales, dolphin, porpoise, ocean sun fish, seals, sea birds, giant schools of bait fish, and endless beautiful ocean. (Best viewed on HD monitor.)
Video from Eric Swanson
My wonderful hubby gave me an early Christmas present, a Sigma 100-400 mm lens. Decided to go over to West Gloucester and try it out. Love going by this pond in West Gloucester. So pretty and peaceful.
This is our chance to show off what we have been working towards all summer: BUILDING A BETTER MARKET! We will be making our pitch, along with 3 other teams seeking a grant. The trustees will vote and decide if our hard work and NEW IDEAS are worthy of a $1000 no-strings-attached grant! Our team has worked so hard this summer to bring Magnolia a fresh and exciting new farmers market, and if you are on this mailing list, it means we couldn’t have done it without YOU! The trustees encourage us to invite our supporters to join us at the Gloucester House to cheer us on! With this grant, the MCFM hopes to be able to improve our website, reach out to more food vendors and farms and work to achieve WIC and SNAP accreditation so that we can BETTER serve our shoppers and the community! If you don’t have plans this Thursday, come on down to the Gloucester House and show your support for the Magnolia Community Farmers Market!
Oh what shall I be, Pumpkin, Cinderella or Wonder
Annual Main St. Trick or Treat
Come by Main St. for Trick or Treating. Merchants will have plenty of goodies ready for everyone.
Game starts at 6:30PM
GOOD EGGS: Grace Ferrara adds that the Causeway Restaurant is donating chowder and Destinos is donating chicken fingers for the GHS boys soccer boosters to sell tonight at the snack stand (along with the customary pizza, hotdogs, drinks and snacks)!
Ward 1 Meeting on City-wide & Ward concerns to be held Monday, October 21, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the North Shore Arts Association, 11 Pirates Lane. Residents are encouraged to attend this conversational discussion with Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Chief Administrative Officer Jim Destino, Police Chief Conley and Ward 1 Councillor Scott Memhard.
I stopped by O’Maley School on Sunday to take in some flag football. Boy, did that bring back memories from our own experiences several years ago! Four games means at least 8 teams along with the accompanying parents, coaches, officials and fans. It’s clear football is very popular around here. Special thanks and shout out to the coaches and officials for taking their valuable weekend time to work with these athletes.
The Rotary Club of Gloucester will host their annual Trivia Night on Friday, November 1, at the Gloucester House, located at 63 Rogers Street in downtown Gloucester. The doors will open at 6pm, and the game will begin at 7pm. Teams of four will compete for the title of Cape Ann Trivia Champions.
All trivia fans are invited to this fun night of knowledge and laughter. The registration fee is $100 for a team of four players. Proceeds from this event will support programs of the Gloucester Rotary Club. The night will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a cash bar, and light snacks for purchase. Online registration is available at www.GloucesterRotary.org. Advance registration is preferred, but will be available at the door.
The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional…
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