Happy Humpback Café’s official Grand Opening will be Friday, January 21, but will also be open every day until then. It’s a fast-casual style café where people can order food at the counter to go or to eat at one of the tables in the dining area. The café proudly carries Karma Coffee out of Sudbury, MA. The coffee roaster sources his coffee beans from farmers all over the world and is extremely passionate about creating quality coffee. Stay tuned for their espresso menu—their machine is almost finished being built in Portland Oregon and will soon be shipped. They’ve loved meeting so many new people in the Magnolia area and beyond and are looking forward to being a part of the community. Happy Humpback Café accepts online orders for take out and is open every day from 6am to 2pm. www.happyhumpbackcafe.com
SPOTS ARE LIMITED! –> NEXT SUNDAY 23rd, join Chef Sang Lee for a demonstration at the bar (1 hour) starts at 6pm, and even learn to make your OWN sushi, by also signing up for the additional, hands-on lesson (1. We can accommodate 14 people for the demonstration, and 8 people for the sushi-making class, which will immediately follow.
The best news? Free sake! For our 21+ guests, of course, kindly provided by Savour Wine and Cheese.
We look forward to sharing sushi with you! Sushi Demo(14 people Max) $40.00 ,
Demo & sushi lesson(8 people max)$100.00
To sign up send us Email : email@example.com
Check out sushi sang lee website here- www.sushisanglee.com
On Saturday as the temperature rose to 10 degrees went to Little River.
Canadian tourists, eh…
Weezie’s Pick ❤ ❤ ‼
photos: Joanne Silva
Antonius Maximus Rex
photo art: Weezie
What ideas would you submit? See below for application details and links.
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 14, 2022
We are pleased to announce the 2022 Request for Proposals for the Bruce J. Anderson Foundation, a supporting organization of The Boston Foundation. The Bruce J. Anderson Foundation has been making grants on Cape Ann and in the Nashoba Valley for over 30 years. The Bruce J. Anderson Foundation provides grants for programs, direct services and new initiatives in the fields of mental health (treatment, research and suicide prevention, with a particular interest in mental health services supporting LGBTQIA young people), environmental protection, historic and archival preservation, and the arts.
Please review the guidelines carefully and note that the application deadline is Monday, February 14, 2022. Grant announcements will be made in mid-June.
Applications must be submitted online. Please find the application here: https://bostonfoundation.submittable.com/submit.
We hope you will consider taking advantage of this Bruce J. Anderson Foundation funding opportunity. Questions regarding program eligibility can be directed to the attention of Sophia Hancock at firstname.lastname@example.org.The Bruce J. Anderson Team
The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) | The Boston Foundation
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 25
The Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Program is a reimbursable, matching grant program for municipalities and qualified non-profit organizations whose activities support our mission to preserve and enhance the historic, cultural, and natural resources of the Essex National Heritage Area (Essex County, MA). Interested applicants have until Friday, February 25, 2022, at 11:59 PM to submit applications for eligible projects focused in one of four categories:
Education: Create or further develop educational opportunities for youth
Interpretation: Increase awareness and understanding of the region’s heritage
Preservation: Preserve or enhance historic structures, landscapes, or cultural resources
Access and Inclusion: Enhance access to the many resources offered within the Essex National Heritage Area through structural or programmatic updates or transportation. Examples of this category can include projects such as social justice-focused presentations, transportation for youth to access natural and cultural resources within the heritage area, or ADA improvements including wheelchair lifts, ramps, and interpretation aids.
Detailed information about the Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Program, including application materials and guidelines can be found here.-Please email Charles Smith with questions at email@example.com or call 978-226-8154.
When I looked up at City Hall I immediately noticed the reflection in the windows and I had to pull over for a quick photo. Lines, geometric shapes, and light always catch my eye. This would be great in a classroom. How many different shapes can you find? Pretty intricate!
This lovely little barn in Manchester might actually be a garage but its design is certainly barn-like, so it gets a spot in this series! A bonus sighting of a Great Blue Heron across the way added to the beauty of the stop.
As a part of Gloucester’s So Salty celebration, the Sawyer Free Library invites you to learn more about Salt Island. This Saturday, January 22 at 2 pm join researcher Mary Ellen Lepionka for a virtual presentation on the history of Salt Island. After, Jayne & Andy Knott of Save Salt Island and Denton Crews of Friends of Good Harbor Beach will present on recent efforts to preserve this area.
Click HERE to register for your Zoom Link or contact Julie Travers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.