Oarmaster Cup – Dory racing
On Saturday Oct. 11 at 10 am the single handed dory races commenced off the Maritime Gloucester Harriet Webster pier. The course was from a line between Schooner Adventure’s bow and the nun off the Rocky Neck railway, out around Ten Pound Island leaving it to starboard, and return. Our president, Erik Dombrowski, rowing Corinthian in the second heat, took the win from Dylan Morrissey rowing Gertrude Thebaud of the first heat. Third was Len Robertson, 2011 and 2013 winner. There was a fine celebration lunch and trophy transfer up in Geno’s dory shop following the event.
1. Erik Dombrowski 21:50
2. Dylan Morrisey 22:02
3. Len Robertson 22:06
4. Billy Edmonds 24:55
5. Tyler Edmonds 25:41
6. Peter Parsons 28:15
Hi Joey C & GMG,
We’re celebrating HarvestFest at La Provence with a 5-day Linen SALE!
Save 20% OFF all tablecloths and matching accessories Thursday, Oct 16th
– Monday, Oct 20th. Sale includes all tablecloths, napkin sets,
placemats, aprons, bread baskets, dish towels, chair cushions & rugs.
Visit us, Saturday, October 18th, during HarvestFest and enjoy homemade
snacks and cider while you shop our linen sale.
Hope to see you at the shop!
4 Main Street
Rockport, Ma 01966
Creative Economy of the North Shore:
A Talk with Stephen Immerman
Wednesday, October 22, 6:00 PM
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester.
Free to the public
Gloucester MA—Please join the Rocky Neck Art Colony and seARTS in welcoming Stephen Immerman, to the Cultural Center at 6 Wonson St, Wednesday, October 22 at 6:00 PM when the president of Monserrat College of Art talks about the importance of the creative economy to the North Shore.
Creative economy companies include for-profit businesses, such as video game makers, architectural firms, musicians, and promotional product companies, as well as non-profits, like museums and theater companies. Over 120,000 people work for creative economy firms in Massachusetts, with an estimated economic impact of $1 billion.
Montserrat College of Art was named a North Shore regional leader in February 2014 as part of a statewide Creative Economy Network begun by Massachusetts State Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, Greg Bialecki and Economy Industry director, Helena Fruscio. The network is meant to help creative companies find resources, such as space, talent, access to capital and tracking progress.
Rocky Neck Art Colony and seARTS are partners with Montserrat in this regional effort that also includes Salem State University’s Enterprise Center, the Salem Partnership, North of Boston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, North Shore Chamber of Commerce, Beverly Main Streets and many others. The Immerman talk is free to the public and all are invited.