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Female and Male Cardinal hanging on of my favorite trees at Niles Pond.
Male and Female ducks swimming around at Niles Pond.
Celebrant and Folklorist Rose Sheehan will lead a lighthearted celebration of the Vernal Equinox and the Return of Spring at the Magnolia Library and Community Center on Sunday, March 24 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Drawing on the seasonal wisdom found in nature, mythology and folk customs, Rose will weave a mix of games, crafts, story and song throughout the afternoon. The celebration is appropriate for all ages. There is a suggested sliding scale of $5 to $15 per person.
We will meet upstairs in the Richardson Suite.
For more information, contact Rose at email@example.com
Magnolia Library & Community Center
1 Lexington Avenue
Gloucester, Magnolia, MA 01930
Sunday at 3 PM – 4 PM
On Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 the 5th annual Vernal Equinox Bell Ringing will be celebrated in honor of global peace and care for the planet. Declared by proclamation in 1970 by United Nations Secretary General U Thant, the Vernal Equinox recognizes that “We are one human family and have only one Earth”.
The Community is invited to participate in celebrating the Vernal Equinox and recognizing local and global environmental champions. The program takes place from 5:00-6:00pm and features the ringing of the Gloucester UU Church’s Paul Revere Bell at 5:58pm, the moment of the equinox. Simultaneous events will take place with the ringing of the Peace Bell at the United Nations headquarters in New York, NY and Vienna, Austria, and at other locations around the world.
This is a family event and is open to the public
To Basic Net Mending
This Extreme Gloucester Fishing Introduction To Basic Net Mending is designed for people who seek skills necessary to repair torn fishing netting. This class will cover all types of fishing nets used in commercial fishing, learn local terminology used in net mending and the tools needed to perform the task. We will also discuss hands on methods and knots.
Please join Captain Joseph Sanfilippo Friday March 28th 6:30-9:00
Wheelhouse Cowork, 189 Main Street, Suite 3, Gloucester, MA
Tickets available at www.wheelhousework.com $40.00
Read this 2015 article from Star Chefs
From John’s bio page for his new Boston restaurant Chickadee–
A lifelong New England resident, Chef/Owner John daSilva, graduated from the New England Culinary Institute in 2004. He trained in various kitchens including The Boarding House on Nantucket Island and Barbara Lynch’s flagship No. 9 Park before opening Spoke Wine Bar in 2013. During his time at Spoke, John received a great deal of critical acclaim, being named one of Zagat’s “30 Under 30” for Boston and earning the title “Rising Star Chef” from StarChefs.com. Most recently John was named “Best Chef, Up & Coming” from Boston Magazine. When he’s not in the kitchen, John enjoys watching the Boston Celtics and visiting local farms with his beautiful wife Molly and their adorable daughter Maple.
With love and gratitude to Nina and Frank Groppo who each year open their hearts and home to the community, sharing in the true spirit of Saint Joseph ❤
This special, extra day of pasta-making, especially for kids, as well as grownups who could not attend last Tuesday, would not be possible without the love and help of Groppo family friends, grandparents, moms, dads, aunts, and uncles who take the time and care to show the “next generation” time held traditions and celebrations. Viva San Giuseppe!
At sunset on Friday, looked out my back porch and there was an amazing pink sky.
Over six weeks I’m posting local history trivia questions from Shaun Goulart’s creative weekly scavenger project for his 9th grade history class at Gloucester High School– except we’ll be one week behind the students’ pace. He explains that the “questions are multi-layered and usually have an image required in the submission. All questions will deal with Gloucester’s local history. I recommended to the students to utilize friends and family so your student may be reaching out to you for help. It is a competition and the prizes will be calculated into the Term 4 grade” for the students.
Mr. Goulart’s LOCAL HISTORY TRIVIA WEEK TWO
WEEK 2 of 6: DEFENDING GLOUCESTER
- Who was the first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony?
- Go to the location of the fort named after him and take a picture with a member in it.
- During which war did it receive this name?
- Take a picture at Fort Point with the former location of the Coast Guard Aviation Station behind you (must be visible in the picture)
- What was the fort called on Fort Point?
- Name a war it was utilized in.
- From Fort Point go to the location of the seven-gun earthwork battery and barracks in ramparts field. Take a picture with the old towers in the background (do not go on private property)
- Name a war it was utilized in?
- Screenshot Google Earth with all three above locations in it and circle them. Submit the image.
3/14/19 Week One results
3/10/19 Week One trivia questions
This video from Iain Kerr will make you smile. Humpback whales
If you’d like to volunteer contact Carol Mondello- firstname.lastname@example.org
Time lapse video spring morning in Gloucester. Thanks for the help Joey and YouTube with my new Yi Action Lite camera. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you all. I hope it’s as bright and shiny as this!