Passenger Throughput News: Yesterday @TSA screened more than 1.64 million people; the highest checkpoint throughput since the start of the pandemic. National Numbers: https://bit.ly/38A6FM2 Below: Number of people @TSA screened yesterday at New England’s 6 major airports.
“Water Shuttle Seasonal Passes” $75 for the whole season! Link- available online now
Our adult male turkeys are still courting the women, while one of the younger students encountered an intruder with red feathers. We moved on before he gave up pacing back and forth.
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Since we are doing our kitchen over and my dishes are on my porch and the dishwasher is also on the porch, saw these plates. I do not like to just throw things away and these dishes are compostable and break down right way. You can put them in your compost pile. Another way to help the environment.
Russell Orchards in Ipswich has opened for the season. We always like to stop there when we drive up that way. Keep up with their news at their website. I saw some new items and old favorites. Now that we have a baby in our lives, I took extra care to notice the children’s section which was full of interesting items. Staff was friendly and helpful as they always are. We brought home a few treats!
Make Way for Ducklings. For real. 26 more days until these eggs hatch and some adorable ducklings enter the world and the hearts of some Elementary students at Harborlight Montessori.
“Our” eagles have been hanging around the marsh recently here in Magnolia and this morning I was able to have my coffee with a pair of eagles on the side! They really are magnificent. What a blessing to have them nearby. For additional photos please visit Pat D’s Photos and Adventures on Facebook.
Join us Saturday, May 15 @ 9:30!
Stage Fort Park is one of the most visited spaces in Gloucester, and for good reason. It’s beautiful and it provides fields, playground and tables for everyone to enjoy. To protect this incredible resource, we need to do our part. So we are hosting a cleanup to keep Stage Fort beautiful. Not only will this help keep the space clean, but it will prevent the trash from getting blown out to sea, and polluting our harbor and the ocean beyond. Join us for you chance to help.
We’ll provide gloves and trash bags. After you collect the trash you can leave your bag of trash with us. We’ll also have coffee and pastries incase you…
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Held on Saturdays at 10 a.m., May 8 to 29
GLOUCESTER, MASS. (May 2021) – To continue engagement with children and families, the Cape Ann Museum is offering free family yoga classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. in the month of May. Families will get the opportunity to pose like a sculpture on the lawn of CAM Green with yoga teacher Erin McKay from Treetop Yoga. The four-week series will allow parents and children to do yoga together outside while safely socially distanced.
Yoga attendees will also be given a take home packet of art materials to participate in CAM’s ongoing Community Portrait Project. Started in January 2020, the project seeks to create a collective portrait of the Cape Ann community, before and after the outbreak of COVID-19. All of the collected portraits will be installed in Quilted Together, an exhibition in the Janet & William Ellery James…
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