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Noticed a new sign at 23 East Main, formerly Square Pizza.
About your home from Jameson at Another Level Home Inspection LLC
The holidays bring many exciting events and things to look forward to with family and friends. As a home inspector, this is also the time of year that certain issues tend to be at their greatest frequency. Weather is getting colder, systems for heating are getting their first use of the season, and appliances for cooking are getting the most use of the year. We run across more venting, exhaust, and gas leakage issues now than any other time of year. There are many aspects of these systems that can result in an issue, but here are a couple tips to improve safety.
Get your heating system and any combustion appliances serviced: We come across improperly vented boilers, furnaces, water heaters, and all other appliances regularly. I find it alarming the frequency Ifind improperly…
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Hope you can stop by during the weekend of December 11-12! The gallery will be warm and inviting with the wood stove burning and hot spiced cider and homemade cookies served. There is a wide array of new pottery for you and your gift-giving. The gallery is also open year-round by chance or appointment. 80 Pigeon Hill Street, Rockport MA
Nia Routine: Trio: The Music of George Gershwin
So many standards from the American Songbook were written by George Gershwin. Embraceable You, Our Love is Here to Stay and more. So many contemporary artists are revisiting and recording new versions of the old standards like Willie Nelson, Diana Krall, Linda Ronstadt. Why? Because this music is so timeless. And it’s great to dance to. We will be dancing to new versions of the Gershwin standards. Come join us at the Zoom Stardust Ballroom. Well at least join me in my basement studio and we will have fun dancing to the Tunes of George Gershwin.
Moving to Heal
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…
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HELP YOUR LOCAL Y DECIDE WHAT NEW OPTIONS TO OFFER!
It’s important to our Y that we continue to meet the needs of our members and the members of our community! With that in mind, we are starting to plan for our winter and spring activities and programs and would like to get your feedback.
Please take this short survey and to thank you for your participationwe will enter your name into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card.
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and Wreaths too!
This year’s Christmas Trees are coming all the way from Nova Scotia…
Tree & Wreath sales begin on the Dory Shop Observation Deck at 5pm on Wednesday, December 1st and will continue throughout Deck the Docks until the last one is sold.
There’s Still Time to Register for Friday Night’s Adult Wreath Decorating- Click Here to Register
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GloucesterCast 533 With John Jerome, Jon Butcher, Alan Estes, Aurelia Nelson, Paul Gamber, Nichole Schrafft, Jim Capillo, Scottie Mac, and Joey C Livestreaming 11/28/21
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The harbor is always busy with working boats including the Allison Carol, Life is Good, Explorer IV, Jean Elizabeth, the Coast Guard, and Still Kicking. I love watching them all.