DRUM ROLL PLEASE MUDIGA STEAK SUBS AND SAUSAGE PEPPERS AND ONIONS TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY FROM 11am-1pm as our ONLY LUNCH SPECIALS THIS WEEK VIVA VIVA VIVA
Hope all the pops out there had a Happy Father’s Day!
A downtown neighborhood institution, Larsen’s, 131 Main Street, Gloucester, Ma. is closing after 60 years. Think of all the generations of new shoes! My friends loved how professional they were, measuring for the right fit, and their great customer service.
I’m excited to dive in!
What an amazing day on Sunday to kayak around Kettle Island and Magnolia Harbor.
My boys have been choosing to have their birthday dinners at the Studio for several years now. Thatcher’s birthday was at the end of May….so there was no dining out for him this year. I was so excited to see that The Studio was opening just in time for Finn’s birthday over the weekend. We enjoyed our annual birthday dinner on the deck on Friday night and everything was wonderful. The staff did a great job and, if I didn’t know so, I wouldn’t have guessed it was their first evening open for the season. It was a mild bummer to realize that they weren’t doing sushi yet, but the boys were happy to order all of their other favorites…. edamame, truffle fries, fish and chips, calamari, fried pickles, and grilled corn. Everything was delicious and it definitely felt like summer. Thanks, Studio!
Bananas has reopened on Main Street! Two customers at a time are allowed in to browse a wide variety of clothing, jewelry and household accessories. GMG Jimmy left with 2 new-to-him shirts! Great to see you again! Waving from the doorway……
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The Sawyer Free Library is inviting readers of all ages to be a part of something big this summer as it officially launches the first annual Gloucester Reads: Many Readers, One Conversation. This citywide collaborative reading program aims to unite and energize the community around the important issue of climate change through reading, discussion, and action.
From Monday June 22 through Tuesday, September 15, 2020, Gloucester Reads will explore the topic of Addressing Our Climate Crisis with the Hope of Building a Better Future. The innuagural reading program will feature two award-winning books, Falter by Bill McKibben and The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline.
Presented by the Sawyer Free Library as a part of The Civic Hub, and in partnership with Backyard Growers, Gloucester Education Fund, Manship Artist Residency + Studios, Maritime Gloucester, Ocean Alliance and TownGreen 2025, Gloucester Reads offers residents the opportunity to read…
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