Burgers & Brews, Wine Wednesday & Prime Rib Sunday
Winter Specials at 1606
Cozy up in the 1606 dining lounge at Beauport. Enjoy ocean views, fire-side seating and fresh menu specials starting this week.
Monday Night- Burgers & Brews
A special burger menu (choice of 3) paired with one of our seasonal New England microbrews – $12
Tuesday Night- Prix Fix Menu
Three-course menu – $35
Wednesday Night- Wine Wednesday
A glass of wine chosen by our Sommelier Lynn Bennett, paired with a special appetizer created from our Chef John Welch.
$16.06 – 1 per guest
Thursday Night- New England Fish Fry
Fish, fries, slaw and tartar – $20
Sunday Night- Prime Rib
Twice baked potato, buttered asparagus,
au jus, Yorkshire pudding – $26
Winter surfing, Long Beach, January 5, 2021
Whether the weather be cold or whether the weather be hot, they weather the weather, whatever the weather (and they like it a lot!)
30 housing lottery APARTMENTS
Looming application deadline for the housing lottery. See SEB info & flyers below:
At Halyard, discover a collection of modern residences and thoughtful amenities that set a new wave for apartment living in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Walkable to everyday shopping necessities, close to downtown and the waterfront, and right next door to a brand new, state-of-the-art YMCA, Halyard will offer a contemporary haven for a lifestyle of fair winds and following seas. Located just off Blackburn Circle in Gloucester, Halyard will offer 200 apartments consisting of studio, one and two-bedroom apartment homes featuring spacious layouts and high end finishes with granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and vinyl plank flooring in all living/dining areas. 30 affordable apartments will be ready for occupancy starting in 2021. All affordable apartments will be rented to households with incomes at or below 80% of the area median income through this application process.
The community includes a 5,365 square foot Clubhouse that features a great room with tasting kitchen, fitness center, and a game room with shuffleboard and foosball. Work from home space is also available in the collaborative coworking areas. Four legged friends are always welcome with our pet wash and grooming station available, 24/7. Outdoor amenities include a gaming area, fire pit and BBQ area. Halyard is a smoke-free, and pet friendly community. Halyard is sure to set a new standard for apartment living with first occupancy expected in February 2021.SEB housing
January 11, 2021: Information Session: 6:00pm via YouTube at https://youtu.be/1CVjPJsGXlY (or just search for SEB Housing) and via Conference Call – (425) 436-6200. Code: 862627
February 12, 2021: Application Deadline: 100% complete applications must be submitted by 2pm
February 25, 2021: Lottery: 6:00pm via YouTube at https://youtu.be/8d7alq3O9Yw (or just search SEB Housing) and conference call — (425) 436-6200. Code: 862627
Maximum Allowable Household Income
1 Person Household: $67,400
2 Person Household: $77,000
3 Person Household: $86,650
4 Person Household: $96,250SEB housing
photos at top: January 2021 Halyard apartment complex and YMCA construction status. For July 2020 photographs of the construction, see here
On Monday took a walk on Wingaersheek Beach. It was windy and the ocean was rough. The Annisquam Lighthouse looked very pretty as always.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Fire Chief Eric Smith are pleased to announce that the City of Gloucester has been approved by the state to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic next week for local first responders.
The clinic is the result of a regional effort by the communities of Gloucester, Rockport, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Essex and Ipswich to organize a clinic for local first responders. The City of Gloucester will be distributing 500 doses of the the Moderna vaccine beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 12, which must be given to each person in two doses, approximately one month apart.
“We are pleased to be able to provide this clinic for local first responders and are thankful for all of the hard work that has been undertaken to get us to this point,” Mayor Romeo Theken said. “This is a critical milestone in our efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic, and this clinic is the result of a regional push to provide a local vaccine site for our first responders. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this a reality, it is a great step forward for Cape Ann and the surrounding area.”
Gloucester’s Health Department is one of approximately 115 organizations statewide approved to distribute vaccinations as part of phase one of the state’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution plan. Vaccines will not be available for the general public until April, at the earliest. For more information about the state’s estimated vaccine distribution timeline, read below.
“Vaccinating our first responders is a tremendous step in the right direction, and we are deeply thankful to be able to organize these clinics,” Director Carroll said. “We have a long way to go, however, and are still in the very early stages of the state’s vaccination distribution plans. We will continue to update our community as more information becomes available in the coming weeks and months about vaccination opportunities locally. Until then, we urge everyone to continue doing their part to stop the spread and protect themselves, their loved ones and their community from this virus.”
“We’re thankful to be receiving the vaccines from the state and to have the resources to provide this clinic for our local first responders,” Public Health Nurse Hiland said. “However, we are seeing an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases statewide following the holidays, and we still have several months to go before this vaccine is going to be available to the public. We need everyone to wear their masks, practice social distancing, limit social gatherings and stay home if you feel sick.”
Information about the days and hours of operation for the clinic will be shared with area first responders so that they can schedule their vaccine appointments, learn more about the vaccine and conduct all necessary paperwork online.
The City of Gloucester also wishes to share the following information about the state’s distribution plan for the vaccine over the coming months:
- Phase one of the state’s vaccination distribution plan began in December 2020 and is estimated to continue into February. Phase one vaccinations are being provided to those in the following groups, in order of priority:
- Clinical and non-clinical health care workers giving direct and COVID-19 facing care.
- Long-term care facilities, rest homes, assisted living facilities.
- First responders including police, fire and emergency medical services. This includes interfacility transport workers, MedFlight staff, college and university campus police, and 911 dispatch employees.
- Congregate care settings, including corrections and shelters.
- Home-based health care workers.
- Health care workers providing non-COVID-19 facing care. This does not include those who do not come in contact with patients, however. For more information on the types of health care workers included in phase one, click here.
- Phase two of the state’s vaccination distribution plan is anticipated to begin in February and continue into March. Phase two vaccinations will be provided to those in the following groups, in order of priority:
- Individuals with two or more co-morbid conditions, who are at a high risk for COVID-19 complications. To review conditions that may put an individual at an increased risk for COVID-19 complications, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website here.
- Professionals in the fields of early education, K-12, transit, grocery, utility, food and agriculture, sanitation, public works and public health.
- Adults age 65-years-old and older.
- Individuals with one co-morbid condition.
- Phase three of the state’s vaccination distribution plan is anticipated to begin in April. At this time the vaccine will become available to thegeneral public.
- When phase three begins, public vaccine clinics will be listed on the CDC’s interactive website here. People will also be able to contact their primary care providers, local pharmacies and/or local health departments at this time.
For more information about the state of Massachusetts’ timeline for vaccine distribution, click here. For more information about COVID-19 vaccines in general, visit the CDC’s website here and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health website here.
Don’t get me wrong, I’d prefer a sunny summer day on the harbor, but winter days sure are pretty too. Can’t go wrong, really!
There’s something magical about the moon and we thought the full moon rising might be worth a ride to Stage Fort Park. I think we made a good decision! December’s full “Cold Moon” rising last week. So hopeful every single time.
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