Beach Towels

New product from Ardizzoni Photography, with art shows being canceled decided to shake things up and decided to do beach towels.  They are $30 a piece and can do any of my photos.  Here is a snapshot of some the photos that I have done.  Thank you all.

Thank you again, for more information please contact me at

donna@ardizzoniphotography.com

339-234-0776

 

 

Magnolia Community Farmers Market

Remember to shop local to help our neighbors businesses.

Welcome to a new market week!!! You all should know that because of YOUR support by shopping locally, the market busted through our previous sales record this past week, setting a new milestone with sales 33% HIGHER than our last highest record! We can’t thank you enough, for your continued support of our vendors and the market!
And with that, happy shopping this week, the market is OPEN!

Magnolia Community Farmers Market on line

Shop Local and help our small businesses.

https://www.magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket.com/shop/

Lookie lookie here! A fun and rewarding way to support your local farmers market!
#localsprovidingforlocals

Magnolia Community Farmers Market

On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 9:57 PM Magnolia Community Farmers Market <magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket@gmail.com> wrote:

Good evening friends and vendors! This week we’ve hit the ground running with a social media campaign we hope will catch some eyes and entice some shoppers. Attached is a PDF flyer which you are welcome to post on your social media platforms this week and encourage sharing and liking and tagging by all your followers. This flyer has also been boosted on our facebook and shared to our Instagram. I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love a discount! Let’s try to kick this party up a notch!

And if you’re on our facebook page, check out and share the new videos posted last week! One from 1623 Studios show “Cape Ann Today” and another live video from us on Sunday morning!

Orders have already started to roll in, so we are hoping for another great week! Stay cool out there! See you Sunday!

Alana

MCFM

 

 

Shop local

We need to help our local restaurants, retail stores, banks and small businesses.  Please shop local, we have great places right here to take care of our needs.  Also the Magnolia Community Farmers Market is another place to be able help our wonderful small businesses.  It is so easy to shop, please go to

http://www.magnoliacommunityfarmersmarket.com

Thank you and take care

 

Final steps: After 60 years, Larsen’s corner shoe store family business at 131 Main Street closing #GloucesterMA

A downtown neighborhood institution, Larsen’s, 131 Main Street, Gloucester, Ma. is closing after 60 years. Think of all the generations of new shoes! My friends loved how professional they were, measuring for the right fit, and their great customer service.

Please support their shoe stock close out sale. Phone(978) 828-1297

Design of Mine Opening Day tomorrow! 10 am June 8th. Lots of new things ! So excited, feels like the first day of school !!

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33 Main Street (1.34 mi)
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
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(978) 491-7495
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Father’s Day at Arts Abound

We’ve Got You Covered for Father’s Day!
Keep your dad (and everyone else) a bit safer! We offer colorful, washable, reversible, hand-sewn, custom-made face masks. $15 each. Dads will love our locally-made products including whimsical fish mugs, ocean-inspired pottery, cutting boards, hand-sewn BBQ aprons, local photography, and so much more. Support area artists! Curbside pickup or shipping. Email us for details at: artsaboundmagnolia@gmail.com
ARTS ABOUND, 21C Lexington Ave, Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA
https://www.artsaboundmagnolia.com/

Toodeloos remember to shop local

If your child is having a birthday in these times of social distancing we can help! Contact us at 978.281.2011 and set up a birthday registry that you can then share with family and friends, near and far. We will manage all the purchases, wrap all the presents, and deliver the gifts to the birthday recipient’s door. A magical surprise for your child! 😊🌈🦄

Cape Ann Olive Oil

This Saturday, April 4, Cape Ann Olive Oil Co. will be open for curbside pick up and delivery from 11 to 3, 57 Main Street Gloucester, AM  01930.  We will be filling website and phone orders. There will be no tastings offered and no refills on empty bottles at this time. You can order online at www.capeannoliveoil.com and clink “in store pickup”, or email your order at capeann.oo@gmail.com please include your phone number so we can get credit card information, also let us know if you are picking up or would like free delivery. You can also call us at 978-281-1061. Rick and I appreciate your support during this difficult time. Please stay safe!! Patty

Valentine’s Day Red and Ready | Alexandra’s Bread bakery and shop #GloucesterMA 💘

Beyond the fresh breads and treats, Alexandra’s Bread bakery and shop features  a mix of contemporary and vintage finds for the kitchen and home, often hand-made or having local ties, and assorted specialty pantry items. Always a treat to see the changing holiday selections. Alexandra’s Bread is ready for Valentine’s. Are you?

Valentine’s Day 2020!~ Alexandra’s Bread, 265 Main Street Gloucester MA (978) 281-3064

 

Did you choose a FREE sterling silver spoon THEN? Shop Small 1952 #GloucesterMA Art Jewelers gift for GHS graduates

In 1952*, Art Jewelers on 117 Main Street (now Unwind) in Gloucester, Massachusetts, offered GHS female graduates a FREE sterling silver teaspoon in a pattern of their choice.

Pauline Bresnahan writes about a great conversation she had with her mother this week:  “We were talking about running a small business on Main Street today compared to when she was growing up here. She told me about the following story which I had not heard before. My Mom Graduated GHS in 1952. Art Jewelers on Main St. offered each Female Graduate a FREE Sterling Silver teaspoon in a pattern of their choice. My Mom picked Blossom Time, an International Silver Co. pattern. She and my Dad were married in 1953 and by then purchased 7 more teaspoons. They were gifted more place settings as a wedding gift.”

Other businesses catered to students, too. Gloucester Pants Co. at 211 Main Street advertised “special rates to students” in the yearbook. Nichols Candy and Luncheonette was across the street in 118 Main Street, where Franklin is now. There were several jewelers on Main Street. (Pauline worked at Blanchards and remembers her boss taking them to Cameron’s for celebrations.)

*How many possible spoons? The GHS1952 senior class size looks to be  > 250 inyearbook.

Rush home with some presents | wonderful shopping at Alexandra’s Bread bakery #GloucesterMA

Great gifts and vintage finds at Alexandra’s Bread bakery and shop on Main Street Gloucester, Ma. Festive selections are folded in during holidays year round.