“Water Shuttle Seasonal Passes” $75 for the whole season!. available online now
The St. Peter’s Committee has reluctantly decided to cancel June’s Fiesta activities this year in concern for everyone’s health and safety. I think we all expected this and realize that many of the traditional Fiesta activities would put people at risk. A two day event is being considered for Sept 12-13 2020. We appreciate all the pain and consideration the committee has endured in making this decision.
As a thank you to all our guests who have supported us during this time, we will be giving away a $100 Gift Card every week until we reopen for dining in.
Everyone who orders takeout, curbside pickup, or delivery is entered-to-win.
Simply check your order for a surprise Golden Ticket.
4 – 9 PM Monday – Friday
12 – 9 PM Saturday & Sunday
Here’s how it works:
May 3rd: the online farmers market opens for orders at: www.rockportexchange.org/shop
Mary 7th: the online farmers market closes for orders at 5pm.
May 9th: orders are available for pickup outside the Seaview Farm Store at 38 South St between 11am and 1pm.
Our vendors this market include:
Marshview Farm – eggs and seedlings
Seaview Farm and Farm Stand – grass fed beef and patties
Brothers’ Brew Coffee Shop – Will very sadly not be able to participate this market.
Dancing Daisy Cookie Company – cookies and cake
Breakwater Roasters – coffee, beans and ground
Sandy Bay Soaps – soaps
Beckah’s Bangin’ Butter – almond butter
Halvah Heaven – tahini candy
Eclectic Clam – stuffed clams
The Spicy Shark – hot sauce, hot honey, hot maple syrup
Pigeon Cove Ferments – Kimchi & Kraut
Bonny Breads – Organic bread
COVID-19 Pick up Policies:
* Pickup will take place outside of the Seaview Farm Store (please park across the street on Marmion Way)
* Each order will be packed in a new paper bag.
* policies requiring the wearing of masks, social distancing, and sanitation will be strictly observed.
* All orders are prepaid online. No money will be exchanged at pickup and no orders are taken the day of.
Taking a walk to Magnolia Beach on Monday the clouds and ocean looked so pretty.
West Gloucester Marsh looking towards Conomo Point
GloucesterCast 412 With Anthony Caturano, Craig Kimberley, Vito Ferrara and Joey C taped 5/5/20
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Thank you to the people on the front lines of the crisis that are sacrificing being away from their families- First Responders, Health Care Workers, Grocery Store People, Truckers and anyone else sacrificing to keep things moving.
GloucesterCast Virgins Death Row Meal/Sub Picks Vito Ferrara
How did you get into BBQ?
Favorite things to cook.
Explain the difference between grilling and smoking
Eastern Point stroll after the rain.
Lisa Jordan Photo:
While the weekend was gorgeous, last Friday (May Day) was pretty foggy and dreary for most of the day. These hearty surfers didn’t seem to mind though. I stopped and watched them….as best as I could through the fog…for a bit.
I have truly appreciated every single encouraging sign or display that people have created and shared over these last 100 weeks or so (just seems that way I guess). They are all over the place and I thank you all. These are among the 2 biggest I have seen so far:
On the river:
This sign may not have meant to be an isolation encouragement, but I took it as such all the same. Thanks Cape Ann Museum.
I wondered if you could ask your readers to send a note or card of thanks to the staff at Den Mar Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, 44 South St., Rockport MA 01966.
They could use the encouragement and support. I volunteered there until the Covid quarantine.
Thank so much,
257A Granite St