Filmed by Jim Capillo from Cape Ann Live
Rainy, still dreamy at times
Photo by Adrian Hewitt firstname.lastname@example.org
So many great birds, turtles and wildlife over at this peaceful pond.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 30, 2021
WHAT TIME IS IT MR FOX? PERFORMS FRIDAY AUGUST 6 AT MUSIC ON MEETINGHOUSE GREEN
The Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation presents What Time Is It Mr. Fox? in a free Friday evening concert on Meetinghouse Green
at the corner of Middle and Church Street, August 6 at 6:00 p.m. Named after a Victorian children’s game, What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?
delivers their own brand of smoky cabaret, neo-soul and acoustic noir, sounding something like Leonard Cohen and Amy Winehouse
performing unplugged in a French café. Renowned for their original songs combining rich lyrical imagery with a cinematic sensibility,
their music explores themes of love, spirituality, and identity.
Free-will donations go to the evening’s featured local non-profit partner, North Shore Health Project, a group that works to alleviate
the health impacts of HIV/AIDS in our community, as well as providing LGBTQ+ services. The evening’s food vendor will offer pizza.
The 2021 summer music series is dedicated in memory of Harry Hintlian for his encouragement, generosity, and for making the
Meetinghouse a net zero building. For more information, a full schedule of upcoming concerts, and to sign up for the GMF
newsletter, visit www.gloucestermeetinghouse.org.
The band features 3rian King on lead vocals, guitar and keys; Renee Dupuis on lead vocals, keys and melodica; Nathan Cohen on
fiddle and trumpet; Joe Cardoza on upright bass; and Dennis Monagle on drums. In summer 2019, the band premiered their new
multimedia animated musical “Medusa,” a feminist retelling of the myth in a completely sold-out run at the Charles Hayden Planetarium,
Museum of Science, Boston. The team is currently adapting the play into a fully staged theater production.
Music on Meetinghouse Green, now in its sixth season, features nine free Friday evening concerts with great music, favorite foods from
local vendors, and benefits a different North Shore non-profit organization each week through free-will donations from the audience.
Concert goers bring lawn chairs and blankets to spread out across the spacious green. Performances are handicap accessible, parking
on the Green is limited to persons with disabilities only.
ABOUT THE GLOUCESTER MEETINGHOUSE FOUNDATION
Founded in 2015, the Gloucester Meetinghouse Foundation is dedicated to preserving the landmark building as a civic hub,
entertainment venue, and community center. In addition to its work to preserve the historic 1806 Meetinghouse, GMF is
currently raising funds to restore Meetinghouse Green to provide a safe and more flexible outdoor concert and event venue.
Thanks to our Sponsors all the series’ expenses, such as for the musicians, are pre-paid. 100% of the free-will donations go to
our non-profit community partners.
Platinum John & Janis Bell, J.J. & Jackie Bell, Cape Ann Savings Bank, J. Linzee Coolidge, Scobie Ward
Gold BOMCO, Michael & Mary Ann Bresnan, Landesign, Inc.
Silver Anonymous, Tom Burger & Andrée Robert, JoeAnn Hart & Gordon Baird, Pat Johnson & Jeff Henderson, Susan McKain & Ken Steiner,
Charles Nazarian, John & Sandra Ronan
Bronze Jerry Ackerman, Karen Bell, Pamela Bynum & Henry Ferrara, Peter Calkins & Susan Casey, Frederick Cowan, Richard Gardner,
Rev. Janet Parsons, Dick Prouty, Joe & Maggie Rosa, Peter & Kathleen Van Demark, Kathleen Williams, Sarah Willwerth-Dyer & Michael Dyer
Essex, MA: For beginner riders to seasoned cyclists, Essex County Greenbelt’s annual Tour de Greenbelt – Cycle for Land Conservation offers a variety of courses to fit all abilities. The ride benefits Greenbelt’s local land conservation work, and cyclists will enjoy routes that wind through the scenic landscapes of Essex County.
Tour de Greenbelt offers four untimed routes, so cyclists can ride at their own pace: a century (100 miles) road ride, a half-century (50 miles) road ride, a shorter (25 miles) road ride, and a 40-mile Gravel Grinder that is suitable for cyclists with the proper bike, with off-road excursions into protected forests and reservations. Cyclists will pass more than 50 properties conserved by Greenbelt.
The event starts at Greenbelt’s beautiful Cox Reservation at 82 Eastern Avenue in Essex on September 18 at 9 am. Post-ride festivities, including food and music under a tent, are also at Cox Reservation.
Riders can find details, pre-register and order a Tour de Greenbelt bike jersey at www.tourdegreenbelt.org . Registration will also be open the morning of the event starting at 7:30am.
Many thanks to Tour de Greenbelt Title Sponsor Institution for Savings!
SOLD OUT!!! 24 HOURS
We had dinner recently at Fox Creek Tavern in Ipswich. We enjoy taking that ride partly because the service is so friendly and the food delicious. It’s very easy to make online reservations and the atmosphere is welcoming and warm. It happened to be rainy and dreary that night and several family groups chose to enjoy their dinner there as well. As has become our habit, we thanked our server Kate for working and serving us that evening. I don’t know if that helps, but we figure it cannot hurt!
I tried an item new on the menu, General Tso’s Shrimp which was just spicy enough. Jim had the other item I considered for myself: Seafood Alfredo, which was jammed with seafood in a yummy alfredo sauce. I had decided to splurge and we also got the peach empanadas, which were rich and satisfying. We’ll be back!
If you’ll be enjoying some sunshine this weekend out on the golf course, make sure you warm up with this quick routine from Ambar Cerrud, PTA! Ambar works out of the Gloucester office of Harmeling Physical Therapy, and designed this routine to get you warmed up and swinging away in no time!
If you’ve got some other nagging aches and pains, make sure you give us a call at (978) 283-0888 and set up an evaluation with one of our therapists today!
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