Gloucester’s Holiday Parade is on once again after a 2-year Covid hiatus. The parade will kick off on Sunday, November 27th, at 3:00 pm from the State Fish Pier. The parade route travels down Parker Street to Main Street, and then down Western Avenue to the Tree Lighting Ceremony at Kent Circle.
Organizers are looking for floats, groups of enthusiastic marchers, school groups and musical entertainment. The only requirement is that the entry have a holiday theme. Entrants will be eligible to win a first, second or third place trophy. Mayor Greg Verga will lead the judge’s float this year.
This year’s Grand Marshals are going to be the 60 members of the Gloucester Rotary Club, who will be celebrating 100 years of service to our Gloucester community.
The parade will end up at Kent Circle for the Gloucester Tree Lighting Ceremony which will take place at dusk. Following that, Santa will be available in his sleigh for picture taking.
Please contact Joe Ciolino at the Weathervane at 978-281-1227 to register for the parade.
Godfather Wine Dinner
Tuesday, November 8, 2022 6:00 PM GloucesterA feast celebrating the 50th anniversary of ‘The Godfather’
Godfather Wine Dinner
$175 per ticket
- “THIS IS AN OFFER YOU CAN’T REFUSE”
- Opening Reception and 4 Course Dinner with wine pairings.
- Served family style as all Italian meals should be.
- TONNO GLOUCESTER
From Sicilian cannoli to tomato sauce with sausage, food and wine plays a dynamic and symbolic role in Francis Ford Coppola’s epic mob drama. Tonno will take you back to different scenes in the movie that food and wine played an integral part in The Godfather. “The Feast” Opening Sophia Sparkling Rose 1st scene Antipasto of baby gem lettuce, soppresata, provolone, artichoke hearts, hardboiled egg, radish, pepperoncini, roasted pepper, marinated mushrooms, olives Heirloom tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, basil 2020 Alta Mora Etna Bianco 2nd scene Lasagna with bechamel & tomato Italian sausage and plum tomato sauce “Michael… you never know, you might have to cook for 20 guys someday” 2019 Edizione Pennino Zinfandel 3rd scene (choice of) Veal marsala “try the veal…It’s the best in the city…”, mushrooms, mashed potato Grilled Swordfish, potato, olives & capers 2017 Inglenook 1882 Cabernet Sauvignon Final scene “Leave the gun. Take the cannoli” Orange ambrosia “The Wedding Cake” Anisette
Half price ANY large pizza!
I’m not sure if your blog is an appropriate spot for this, but I figured I’d give it a shot. I coach the Gloucester High School baseball team and I like to get the players involved in things outside of baseball. Last year, we collected over 700 pounds of food to donate to the Open Door in one day.
I am wondering if you could mention that players will be driving around Gloucester on Thursday 11/17 after school to collect bags/boxes of donatable (non-perishable, peanut butter, cereal, canned goods, soups, pastas, etc.) foods. All people have to do is email their name and address to email@example.com and I will send them a reminder email the week of.
No worries if this is not something you can or want to do, just figured I would ask! Have a great day.
English Teacher/Varsity Baseball Coach
Clavichord, Organ, Harpsichord A Listener’s Odyssey
Organist Kevin Birch plays Byrd, Froberger, Sweelinck and more on the Jeremy Adams keyboards
Annisquam Village Church, Sunday November 6, 3pm
I’ve never seen cows like these. I really wish it was a better photo. When I first passed by the field they were close to the road, but I couldn’t stop. On my way home I made a point to find a safe spot to pull over and watch them for a bit. They had moved to the back of the field. I love their three bold “stripes”….I’ll have to do some research as to what type of cow they are. Unless anyone of you know!
Sometimes it pays to take the MACRO view. You never know what surprises you might find. Once in a while, you might have to build your own shelter from the storm.
SAWYER FREE LIBRARY AT 21 MAIN STREET IS OPEN! Come visit us in our new welcoming space!
Here you will find most all of the in-person library services you have come to depend on, including:
- An ample selection of books, audiobooks, DVDs, and music CDs for all ages, including adult new releases and bestsellers.
- Comfortable chairs to read the Library’s selection of current magazines and daily newspapers.
- Children and teen spaces.
- Local history research resources.
- Public computers, printing and copying services, Wi-Fi access, and study tables.
- Free and discounted museum passes.
- Digital Devices to Go.
- Your favorite Sawyer Free Librarians and so much more!
Through the hold system, cardholders can request items from the Library’s full CD, DVD and audiobook collections. Cardholders continue to have access to thousands of titles from other NOBLE libraries that will also be delivered to the new space.
Our new temporary space, is open for…
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