Day: March 2, 2023
Lunch at @milemarkerone with the crew. You can see the new deck in the 7th slide being constructed which the boaters will be psyched about!
Gloucester Fishermen vs Oliver Ames Tigers Boys Varsity Playoff Hockey (replay) 3/1/23 First Round State Tourney
Cape Ann Live Full Broadcast
@FishermenGHS: Boys Hockey next game confirmed.Tickets for purchase online only. Here’s your link to purchase tickets
Pre-purchased Online tickets required for Saturday’s Boys Hockey game vs Silver Lake.
Link to purchase tickets- https://gofan.co/app/events/935709?schoolId=MA14579
Are these are Dovekie or Buffleheads
These cuties did not mind the nasty weather on Tuesday.
Cape Ann Marine Having Suzuki Outboard Open House Friday March 10
Did you miss the New England Boat Show this year? Come join us for a Suzuki Outboard Open House on Friday, March 10 from 10-5 and get access to the same rebates offered at the show on any Suzuki motor currently in stock or immediately available for order.
Can’t make it that day? Don’t worry, there are still some Customer Rebates available through March 31, 2023. Just call Jenni in Marine Sales at 978-283-0806 for details!
Pease Airport To Get 7 Mil In Renovations
What do you suppose that’ll get ‘em? A couple new toilets?
Advice From The Beatles
I can’t stop thinking about how perfect this is. Thought you all might like it too.
4 Years ❤️
Help Support O’Maley Academy, O’Maley Middle School’s FREE after school program. O’Maley Middle School offers FREE after school programs to all students.
O’Maley Middle School offers FREE after school programs to all students. Over 100 students are participating in this years production of Beauty and the Beast. Students have been working tirelessly since September. Opening night is this Friday March 3rd at 7pm with 5 more shows to follow. Help support this program by attending the play or purchasing raffle tickets for some amazing prizes. O’Maley students thank you for your support!!
Ice Fishing with the Fish Nerds
Finn and I went ice fishing last weekend. When a free day of no work or hockey presented itself, I asked Finn what he wanted to do (skiing, indoor golf, Dave and Busters….). His answer, no surprise, was fishing. 7 Degrees or not. So, I sent a message to the “Fish Nerds.” We’ve ice fished with Clay and Vinnie four times in the past. They immediately fit him in early the next morning and we made the really easy two-hour drive to Danforth Bay Camp Site to meet them on the lake. While it was definitely cold, they provide the tent with heaters for breaks from the elements…and it really wasn’t that bad. Finn and his buddy caught a total of about 12 fish…including the Crappie that Finn was hoping for. If you want to try ice fishing, but would like some guidance and gear….check these guys out. They actually have a podcast by the same name. They are super patient and spend much of their day helping their charters read the sonar to know exactly how to handle the line and look for fish below the surface. Good stuff….good guys.
You can find them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/the.fish.nerds
Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/fishnerdnation/
Or check out their podcast here: https://podcastnh.com/fish-nerds
Reminiscences From Cape Ann Breeze
The dreary days we have been experiencing led to my sorting through some papers and what-not around here. I came across this souvenir special edition of the Cape Ann Breeze from January 22 1901. It seemed like a good idea to share some of the information and photos included in that edition. This copy was likely purchased in a local antique store (most probably Main St Antiques run by our friend David Cox) and is sprinkled with handwritten notes throughout. These notes lend a few clues to the history of some of the establishments noted within. You may see a few of these notes in the images below. Included are Butman & French’s Department Store on Main & Elm St; John P. Hale & Co.’s Plumbing at 15 Maplewood Ave; J.F. Patten’s Fruit Store at 74 Main St and Bolger & Regan cooking/heating/plumbing store at 153 Main St. I believe this edition may be nearly a final publication as the Cape Ann Breeze became part of today’s Gloucester Daily Times. More info can be found at this link. What a wonderful way to spend a rainy afternoon!
Spring Into Fun At The Y
Spring Program Registration is OPEN!
Register for fun, health, and connection at the Y.
Fromswim,T-ball,flag football,sports, andgymnasticstopersonal training,pickleball,STOTT PILATES®and more, there is something for every age and every interest to keep you active this spring!
Be sure to check out all our “NEW” programs, noted on our registration page here>>.
Pickleball, Basketball & Women’s Floor Hockey
Get in the game, meet new friends, stay healthy, and have fun!
Click here to sign up for Leagues
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We’re so excited to offer STOTT PILATES® at our Cape Ann Y!
Pilates is an excellent physical exercise with a focus on concentration, centering and breathing. It can also sharpen participants’ mental faculties and help to reduce stress and anxiety, enhance concentration and improve sleeping habits. Contact Cassie…
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