Awesome news from Heidi Dallin – Happy musical for Happy spring!
Support the students’ efforts and arts in Gloucester Public Schools. There’s a decades long tradition of 5th grade plays.
|West Parish’s 5th grade production of Bye Bye Birdie Jr (YPE)We are so excited to share with you this year’s 5th grade show, Bye Bye Birdie (young performers edition)www.eventbrite.com|
Theater history trivia-
Who starred in the original Broadway production? Answer below 🙂
Thursday was beautiful and a great opportunity to wander around Rocky Neck.
On a beautiful Tuesday afternoon walking the beach.
There have been such big sky May clouds these past few sunny spring days.
So here’s a new fun party game for you all. Sushi Roulette. Be sure to click to see what happens when you lose. You may have seen us playing yesterday on GMG’s 500th podcast at the phenomenal Minglewood Harborside (who has amazing sushi)! The premise is that you have a platter of sushi and you take turns taking a piece to eat. Most are “normal” ……some are loaded with tons of wasabi. Yikes. Forgive the blurry screen grabs our our live stream GMG GloucesterCast ….but you’ll note that my sushi looks delicious…..Joey’s and Dave’s …well, not so much.
As you may know, hummingbirds have returned to our area and I’ve been curious to see how they will accept some of my new additions to the “Hummingbird Arsenal”. I fell prey to some click bait and ordered a long (red, of course) plastic feeding tube which displayed several hummingbirds feeding simultaneously in the ad……I was especially curious how that one would go. While I haven’t drawn more than 2 at a time to any of the feeders yet (and don’t really expect to), we have had an encouraging response to the bar (I call it their saloon), the new mini feeders AND the water fountain in addition to the traditional feeder. They regularly check out the water fountain which is really fun to watch. They really are a joy. At least one of them is very curious, often coming to the window or the sliding door to check on us.
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The Sawyer Free Library has partnered with the Gloucester Education Foundation for theGloucester Public School Arts Festival 2021which showcases the artwork of local students from kindergarten through high school.
The community’s young artists’ talent and creativity is front and center for all to enjoy at the Library located at 2 Dale Avenue in Gloucester nowthrough June 5, 2021.
Gloucester Education Foundation’s Annual Arts Festival has kicked off in the Library’s Matz Gallery with a display of works by Gloucester High School seniors and Honors Art students, Advanced classes in Sculpture and Clay Work, and Advanced Photography.
Then, Wednesday, June 2 – Saturday, June 5, 2021, the community is invited to enjoy a special video compilation produced by the Gloucester Education featuring artwork by students of all ages, kindergarten through high…
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