Holy Crap How Brilliant!!!!! You Can Call The Boat Directly and Request A Pick Up!!!!!!
Are You KIDDING ME???
HOW BRILLIANT IS THAT?
Say you’re over by our dock at Captain Joe & Sons In Cripple Cove and you want to get downtown. Simple. Save the number listed below to your cell phone, give them a calla and they’ll include you in the stops along the route. So you hang out at Cripple Cove Playground (Benjamin Smith Playground really) and then hop on and get over to Rocky Neck, Downtown, Harbor Loop.
SERIOUSLY?????? THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!
SAVE THIS NUMBER DAMNIT! Like Right Now, punch it into your smartphone
Then when you’re casually strolling around Rocky Neck hanging out at our Gallery at 77 Rocky Neck Ave impress your friends and relatives by whipping out your cell phone and calling the water shuttle directly.
#BOOM! THAT JUST HAPPENED!
Here’s The Presser-
Happy to announce the beginning of the Gloucester Harbor Water Shuttle 2012 season.
Memorial Day weekend we will be operating from 12 to 6 pm.
Weekends during the Spring and Fall, 12 to 6pm.
Also, we have expanded our Summer weekend hours as follows:
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 12 to 9pm,
Sundays through Wednesdays 12 to 6pm.
We will be adding a new stop (on request) at the head of the harbor (Three Lanterns).
Seasonal Passes will be available for $50 per season (great deal!!!)
Aside from the regular stops at Harbor Loop, St. Peter’s Landing and Rocky Neck,
the boat will be reachable by phone at 978 290 3496 to request stops from
Cruiseport, Cripple Cove and Three Lanterns.
Thank you for your support regarding the Shuttle operation, and HAPPY SUMMER 2012!
Harbor Tours, Inc
All I’m gonna say is to call and get your ressies now because in two weeks you won’t get in once word gets out! Tell em Joey from GMG sent ya!
Single-Vineyard Boutique Wine Dinner
Thursday, May 24, 7:00 p.m.
110 Main St., Gloucester, Ma.
with Chef Eric Lorden
and Dr. Kathleen Powers Erickson (The "Wine PhD")
4 artfully-prepared courses and 3 single-vineyard boutique wines!
$50.00 per person
Mushroom caps stuffed with sautéed crab
and Gruyère cheese
Wine: Morgan "Double L" Vineyard (organic) Pinot Noir
Santa Lucia Highlands, California
(Wine List – bottle: $95.00)
Citrus salad of grapefruit and oranges on
a bed of Frisèe lettuce with spiced pecans
Wine: Hirsch Heiligenstein Vineyard (organic) Gruner Veltliner
(Wine List – bottle, $55.00)
Roasted Duck with sweet potato puree and
Wine: Rosenblum Rock Pile Road Vineyard Zinfandel
(Wine List – $75.00)
Turtle Alley Chocolates with
Atomic Cafe Press Pot Coffee
Mayor Carolyn Kirk today announced the selection of Eric Smith, currently a Deputy Chief with the Westland, Michigan Fire Department, as Chief of the Gloucester Fire Department. The announcement comes following a comprehensive search for new fire chief to lead the department.
“First and foremost I want to thank the Search Committee for their diligence in staying focused on the search and bringing the best candidates forward. Each finalist brought different strengths, and Eric Smith’s continual professional development and experience in Westland were the determining factors in the final selection decision. He is a leader in a department that covers just over 20 square miles, has triple the population, double the emergency calls, fewer employees and a similar overtime budget to the Gloucester Fire Dept while ensuring that the community’s four fire stations are open at all times.
We will learn from Deputy Chief Smith’s professionalism and distinguished record of service in the fire/EMS service, and I look forward to the city and the Fire Department warmly welcoming him and his family to Gloucester” said Mayor Kirk.
Deputy Chief Eric Smith is currently second in command of the Westland, MI Fire Department where he is responsible for comprehensive management of 70 employees, four fire stations, the department’s administrative office, training facility, and a fleet of 30 vehicles. The department is the third busiest in Wayne County Michigan with over 9700 calls for emergencies in 2011. The population of Westland is over 80,000 residents and covers 20.5 square miles.
With the department since 1991, Deputy Chief Smith has continuously risen through the ranks having held the positions of Firefighter, Sergeant, Hazmat Team Leader, Captain, Battalion Chief, and Deputy Chief. He is a licensed paramedic, served in the United States Air Force from May 1986 to January 1990 with a rank of Sergeant upon his discharge.
He also holds a Bachelors degree in Public Safety from Concordia University in Ann Arbor Michigan along with Masters of Science coursework in Technology Studies and Emergency Management from Eastern Michigan University and an Associates of Science degree in Fire Technology from Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan.
Deputy Chief Smith also holds many professional certifications and was a part time Paramedic Instructor for a number of years teaching all levels of EMS education at Baker College in Westland, MI.
Deputy Chief Smith’s permanent appointment is contingent upon successful employment contract negotiations as well as confirmation by the Gloucester City Council.
Colors are the smiles of nature.