NEW class addition, Moving to Heal at 11:15 am.
Moving to Heal Nia is a slower, less intensive class with less standing and more done in the chair. Great for people with injuries or conditions that make it hard to participate in a classic Nia class. Also good for people getting back into exercise. For more info on Moving to Heal, see the info and videos on my web site or click here
Current Nia Routine: The Songs of Summer
Our Nia routine for the next few weeks celebrates the Songs of Summer. Come dance to these great tunes before Summer ends.
For Restorative Yoga
Find some cushions, large books, yoga blocks, blankets, whatever you can use instead of bolsters and blocks. We make it work. For more information on Restorative yoga, check out my site, niawithlinda.com. It is a lovely passive practice that gives…
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Took the grand kids over to shop at Marshalls Farm Stand for great veggies and fruit and of course went to visit Stratton the gentle horse and our friends the Alpacas, Maze was very engaging with the kids.
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We have been enchanted by the variety of Little Free Libraries that are blooming around town so we went to find some for a blog post. There are so many that they provide enough material for a “Part 2” post. You can find the locations of registered Little Free Libraries here. Not all are necessarily registered, but it happens that each of these treasures is. My favorite among these is the Girl Scout Book Bench on the porch of the Welcome Center at Stage Fort Park because of the color and the thoughtful seating. I don’t know about you, but I always peek inside when I see one of these around! And it’s a great way to recycle my books so that others may enjoy. Well done, all!
The latest copy of the Cape Ann Waterfront Guide will give you access to all the hot Gloucester and Rockport ACT, SOLD and UAG properties: including prices, photos, remarks and statistics. You’ll also get some of our “behind the scenes” commentary.
Bob, Sue & Jeff McDermott • Kenny MacCarthy • Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
The Gloucester Area Astronomy Club is once again meeting in-person at the Lanesville Community Center, on the second Friday of every month at 8:00 pm. We have a terrific program for our Friday August 13 meeting, with astronomer Dr. Seth Gossage from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, with a great presentation on starlight and what it can tell us.
In addition to discussing what light can tell us about a star’s properties such as mass and chemistry, Dr. Gossage will review next generation stellar models built to explore the effects of stellar rotation. Starsspin, and this is also a fundamental stellar property (alongside mass and chemical composition), which helps determine the evolutionary course of a star, and its light output for the entirety of its lifetime.
GAAC members meet at theLanesville Community Centerin the Lanesville neighborhood of Gloucester MA, at 8:00 pm on the second Friday of every…
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