You can see the old buildings still standing at the East Gloucester Marine Railways on Rocky Neck. Right around this time that old wooden building upstairs was filled with stacks and stacks of Playboy, Penthouse and Hustler magazines.
Congratulations River and thank you so much Seaport Veterinarian Hospital.
Thank you so much to everyone that participated! Voters, Dog Owners, GMG Crew. Minglewood Harborside!
Interview with Tony Testaverde during Saturday Fiesta Sports Events.
From Mike Lindberg
Must be winter is really coming to a close when our local seasonal establishments begin to reopen. Hammond Castle on Hesperus Ave in Gloucester reopens today April 1 2022 and take note of the opportunity for Gloucester residents to get a free tour on Tuesdays. The Easter Egg hunt is sold out but feel free to join them on Saturday April 30 for the official ribbon cutting and opening ceremony to celebrate their 47th season!
Screenshots from today’s Gloucester Daily Times:
Opening Reception Saturday April 2nd, 2022 from 3-6pm.
Group show of work by The Experimental Group of the Rockport Art Association and Museum at Jane Deering Gallery Pleasant Street, Gloucester, Mass.
I hope you are doing well!
I am hoping the you might be able to run a notice in Good Morning Gloucester about our Open House on Tuesday, April 5th, from 3 pm – 5 pm, at the Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, 55 Blackburn Center. This is open to the public. We invite individuals interested in applying to our 10-month, hands-on certificate program to come for a visit, meet our instructors, check out our classrooms and laboratories. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the program, which entails 7 months of training in Gloucester, followed by a 3-month paid industry internship at a leading life science or biotech firm on the North Shore, in Boston or Cambridge. Come learn how this opportunity for recent high school graduates can change your life and help you launch a career in the thriving biotech industry. Generous financial aid is available to all who qualify and our graduates go on to fields including cancer research, pharmaceutical discovery, biomanufacturing, and more.
Please let me know if you need any additional information. Thanks so much, Joey, for your help getting the word out there –
What ever happened to the “The Traveler” a Crash Boat from WWII.
Also see comments in previous post in 2013 on GoodMorningGloucester, link below
From Cape Ann’s great painter and FOB Deb Schradieck
Yes, that’s an OPEN sign just installed in front of Gallery Number One!! Officially open this weekend: Friday, Saturday& Sunday from 12:00-5:00. This is our photographer John Abisamra. You can see his beautiful work along with Stephanie Mason’s fish prints, and my watercolors. I’ll be working Saturday. Stop by! This is a soft opening…grand opening to be announced. 1 Main Street, Rockport.
Who took the Beauport? Vanishing act. April Fools?
I stopped by Cox Reservation in Essex recently and noticed a new (to me) option to follow an audio trail. Brilliant idea! It’s already so special there, an audio guide only enhances the experience. We also found an “eagle” I had not noticed previously in the form of a stone bench. Just additional proof that when you think you have seen it all, there are new discoveries to be had! And spring is a great time for such discoveries. Even my CBs enjoyed the visit!
Seaside Garden Club Welcomes the Public to Our April 12 Program:
“Our Grandmothers Knew What They Were Doing”
The public is cordially invited to hear lecturer Laura Bibler (https://ldbibler.com/) on the topic of garden practices of the past. Find inspiration for your own garden from horticultural wisdom handed down from our grandmothers’ time. This presentation brings to life the design approach and sage advice of prominent garden writers of the early 20th Century. Their pearls of wisdom continue to inform us on color blending, cultural considerations and plant placement. Truly, our grandmothers knew what they were doing!
Ms. Bibler is a Harvard graduate of Landscape Design. Her horticultural experience includes chairperson of Civic Development and Preservation of Historic Land and Garden Grants,Historic Preservation Committee for Garden Club Federation of MA; Chairperson for the French Garden Rehabilitation and Perennial Garden Restoration at Stevens-Coolidge Place; member of the Chairman’s Council…
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