So, this sight in the middle of the Seaside/Locust Grove cemetery brought a few questions to mind. With tongue firmly in cheek: Shouldn’t it be “resident” only parking? Isn’t everyone already “ parked”? Who’s issuing tickets, Casper the Ghost? Just how do these people pay their tickets?
Dinner Specials Each Week!
Wednesday, June 16, 2021… 6pm start
My Musical Guest: JOHN ROCKWELL!
Such a wonderful turn out last week. I was flattered by the
standing “O” I received for simply walking through the door!
Like, WOW! As Dangerfield would say, “What a crowd! What
a crowd!” And… what a guest we have for you this week! The
one and only John Rockwell returns to our beloved Rhumb
Line stage after waiting in the wings for 15 long and lonely
months without us! You just KNOW he’s gonna be as great as
he has always been, so don’t miss it. And, don’t forget… the
whole shebang runs early – from 6 to 9pm! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
The Rhumb Line Kitchen……better than ever before!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
6/23 Liz Frame
6/30 Ron Schrank
7/7 Lisa Marie (tentative)
7/14 Bill Gleason (w/Ken Steiner)
Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂
I had such a nice time sitting at a sidewalk table at Tonno yesterday. We were lucky to score a comfy sofa and chairs at a fire pit table…and also lucky that the rain held off while we were there. We shared a couple of bar bites…the meatballs and calamari….and also a shrimp flatbread pizza along with one yummy cocktail each. I am so appreciative of the hard work that has gone into creating the beautiful outdoor dining spaces in our wonderful city. I can’t wait to see what Main Street looks like as summer is in full swing. You can learn more about Tonno here
This BEAUTIFUL barn is not along the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway, which is my normal rule for these “Barns Along the Byway” but I just had to share this gem. It’s fairly close to the Byway on Water Street in Ipswich. It appears to be part of the Glazier-Sweet house property though I am not finding too much about this barn yet. There just has to be a story here! Simply gorgeous.
July 18. Special Event!
How did we select the music?
Our selections of exceptionally beautiful pieces to play for our outdoor benefit concerts were inspired by our Black History and Women’s History series of emails we recently sent.
18 Musicians of the Cape Ann Symphony under the direction of Maestro Yoichi Udagawa will be playing:
Adolphus Hailstork’s Sonata de chiesa
Cecile Chaminades’s Concertino for Flute Featured in our Women’s History Month series.
Joseph Bologne’s Symphony No. 1 Featured in our Black History Month series.
There will be two performances on July 18 at 3:00pm and at 5:30pmCape Ann Symphony
Read more here
or call now! (978)281-0543
The Friends of the Sawyer Free Library are excited to announce that THE FRIENDS BOOKSHOP is fully open to the public once again during regular library hours. After 15 months of the shop being closed, the dedicated Friend’s group of volunteers have cleaned, restocked the shelves, and are now thrilled to finally welcome customers back!
The Friend Bookshop is open during regular Library hours, Monday-Saturday, 10-5pm and Thursday, 12-7pm.
“We are delighted to be back 100%. We have filled the shelves with a great selection of books to choose from for all your summer reading! We have a generous selection of new and current titles and a very robust children’s and teens section. There is something for everyone, and all at bargain prices,” said Kecia German, Vice President of the Friends of SFL.
The year-round used book shop is on the first floor of the Sawyer Free Library…
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Come one, come all and be ready to have some fun!
Join the Sawyer Free Library this Saturday, June 19 at 11:00 am outside in the Amphitheatre for live performance by musical group “KNOCK ON WOOD“
Knock on Woodis a high-energy, family-friendly acoustic folk-rock duo, featuring singer-songwriter Howie Newman on guitar, lead vocals and harmonica. Howie is joined by Joe Kessler, one of the top fiddlers in the area. They also play mandolin and sing backup vocals. The duo performs Classic Rock covers and funny original songs (suitable for all ages). It’s a very lively show with great musicianship, nice vocal harmonies and a little humor here and there.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Gloucester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
For more information visit SawyerFreeLibrary.org