We hope you will consider donating your kiddos clothes that they no longer wear for our Clothing Swap! We are taking donations Aug 9th 5-7 and 10th 11-1 in the library. Then pay just $15 to get in and ‘shop’ for free! Members save $5. Donate 20 or more items and get in at 4:30.
What’s better than our lobster roll, filled with freshly shucked Maine lobster meat, dressed with our house made aioli, and seasoned with fresh tarragon and lemon? Getting two! Grab your favorite seafoodie and dig in.🦞 #StudioGloucester
🍴 Open for lunch daily at 11:30am.
🍸 Cocktail hour/menu is from 3pm – 4:30pm, while our kitchen preps for dinner.
🍽️ Dinner is served 4:30pm – 10pm every night.
🎶 We have live music M-F 6pm-9pm! Join us for dinner & a show.
VIETNAM WAR RETROSPECTIVE ~ Fifty Years Hence
THE ANNISQUAM HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Annisquam Historical Society is sponsoring an Exhibit and Presentations to mark the end of U. S. military
engagement in Vietnam, 50 years ago. On display in the Firehouse is an exhibit of local
veterans’ evocative photographs, maps, artifacts, artwork, slideshows, videos and personal
items documenting the Vietnam era. The veterans will tell the stories of their tours of
duty in Presentations at the Village Hall.
- Ron Beck – U.S. Coast Guard, served aboard a cutter on blockade duty in South China Sea.
- Kermit Birchfield – U. S. Air Force, served as pilot with the 4th Air Commando Squadron on
AC 47s (DC 3s modified as gun ships) over S. Vietnam, the Ho Chi Min Trail and Laos, as well
as out of Thailand.
- Bob Griffith – U. S. Army, served as armored cavalry platoon leader in the Northern Sector of
- Rob Russell, M. D. – U.S. Army, served as a physician at Long Binh, South Central and Delta
- Robert Williams – U.S. Marine Corps, served as Combat Artist and infantryman in the field,
stationed at the Combat Information Bureau, DaNang, Vietnam.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
EXHIBIT: AHS FIREHOUSE ~ THRU SEPTEMBER
Mondays – 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Fridays – 9 :00 am to Noon (during the Annisquam Farmer’s Market)
Visit by request to: annisquamhistoricalsociety.org
Annisquam Historical Society – 7 Walnut Street, Gloucester
PRESENTATIONS BY VETERANS ~ AUGUST 22, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Ron Beck, Kermit Birchfield, Bob Griffith, Rob Russell, Robert Williams
Annisquam Village Hall – Leonard Street, Gloucester
The winners of these races will travel to Lunenburg Nova Scotia to race against the Canadians
The giant Challenger looks even more massive when you go past it on a very little boat.
We celebrated Margarita Monday at Tonno on Main St in Gloucester last week and think you might want to consider the same for tonight. It’s always a pleasure to go to Tonno for the delicious food, excellent service and friendly atmosphere. We had made a reservation but decided to go early and sit at the bar so we could have something from the Bar Bite menu. We were accommodated with an easy smile and enjoyed our time at the bar among old friends and new.
I tried a pineapple margarita (yum). Jim had a Veal Milanese Bar Bite along with his Chicken Parmesan entree. I had my new Tonno favorite Chicken Milanese. Our meals were satisfying and tasty. Our friend Joey recently reminded us that summer is going quickly so we need to take advantage while we can and Margarita Monday is one way we celebrate summer. Thanks Tonno for the assist in celebrating summer!
The virtual event will take place on Tuesday, August 9 from 9:00 to 10:00pm.Register here to receive the zoom link.
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