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The air is crisp, but the coastal Cape Ann sights are as serene as ever aboard Beauport Cruiselines. Bundle up and come aboard for these upcoming cruises!
|Live Music Brunch Cruise withMari Martin and the Lucky Boys Trio|
|Join us for aBrunch Cruisearound enjoying the tunes of Mari Martin and the Lucky Boys Trio! Mari and her trio play an eclectic mix of jazz, blues, soul, r&b, pop, and even a little rock-n-roll.Sunday, October 17thfrom 11AM-2PM.|
|Find paradise on Beauport Cruiselines!We’re bringing the good vibes onSaturday, October 23rdfrom 5:30-8:30PM, on ourIsland CruisewithPier Ave!Acoustic duo Chris and Jake sing and play your favorite covers along with Pier Ave originals, blending reggae sounds with blues, pop, and rock! Enjoy Island themed hors d’oeuvres, dinner, cocktails and more.|
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Saturday October 16, 10-2pm
Rockport Public Library Courtyard
“Every book is just one dollar”
Gloucester Stage Company
Friday, October 15
Pre-Show Gathering and Meet the Playwright 7:00 PM
Curtain 7:30 PM
Benefit Price Tickets: $45 ea.
(A 16% Reduction off regular ticket price)
You are invited for a special world premiere production of Think of Me Tuesday written by Adventure board member Ken Riaf. Adventure has reserved a block of seats on the final Friday of the show. Purchasing these tickets will benefit both Adventure and the Gloucester Stage. There will be a short gathering in the lobby to meet the playwright before the show. Coinciding with the 2021 Gloucester mayoral race, this tongue-in-cheek portrayal of “Fishtown’s” most unlikely candidate won’t fail to entertain. Tickets Link: https://schooner-adventure.starboardsuite.com/e/think-of-me-tuesday-performance-at-gloucester-stage-company-282
YEAH, Magnolia is getting a Café called The Happy Humpback Café. The location is on the corner of Hesperus and Lexington Avenue. As soon as I have more details will post.
Drove by Pebble Beach at just the right moment to see this fisherman hook up and then release this nice fish.
We were riding around Essex recently and noticed the old police building is being demolished. This got us wondering about ClamFest status for this year. Although it had been scheduled for Oct 24, it has been cancelled for this year. This is apparently due to difficulties in the restaurant industry making it difficult to hold the chowder competition, which is the featured event for the ClamFest. We are sorry to hear this as it has been a favorite fall event prior to COVID but we will look forward to its return.
In the meantime, here are some pictures of the demolition along with the new station.
For those of us to like to socialize, the act of reading can feel a bit solitary. Fortunately, the Sawyer Free Libraryoffers a range of book clubs to help make reading more of a social activity where you can connect with like-minded book lovers!
To join the fun, all you need is a library card! Book clubs’ featured books are available at the Sawyer Free Library’s Main Desk or, for most, download the eBook from OverDrive, Libby, or Hoopla.
Current groups include:
GLOBAL FORUM BOOK GROUP, Thursday, October 21, 6:30 pm at the Library Mezzanine
Join a lively discussion on international relations & history each month, moderated by Librarian Beth Pocock. October’s book is “Facing the Mountain” by author Daniel James Brown which tells the unforgettable story of the Japanese-American men who volunteered for the US Army’s 442nd Regimental Combat Team and displayed incredible courage on the brutal…
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