Some favorite images from Tuesday night ‘s election event at City Hall were of the hopeful and pensive faces of friends and families waiting for results. Best wishes and congratulations to all the candidates for jobs well done!
Jamie, Connie, and Joe Orlando
Yes, it’s 76 degrees and sunny on this fine fall day in November! Hannah, Ruby, and myself took to the trails to catch up on some last minute fall colors. Can you find Ruby?
Anyone that knows Donna “hop-along” Ardizzoni, has see her push herself pretty hard since her knee surgery. So, after her visit to Cape Ann Giclée I offered her a Piggy-Back ride to her car and to my surprise she hopped on. This displays that we are a full service studio. (I think she was happy with her print, too!)
It’s not often that a local musician gets to open for a major rock star at a big venue like Lynn Auditorium with over 2000 seats, but then, not every local musician is Fly Amero either!
We’ll be there tonight cheering for one of our favorite local legends while he’s on the big stage!
In particular, we want to thank Gail for highlighting the stellar musicians who make Gloucester such a vibrant place to live, especially Jon Butcher, Fly Amero, Allen Estes , David Brown, Dan King, Dave Mattacks, Wolf Ginandes, Henri Smith, as well as some of our regional favorites Danielle Miraglia, Johnny A., John Cafferty , Michael “Tunes” Antunes, The Delta Generators, The Willie J. Laws Band.
Most importantly we want to thank all the fans — especially GMG fans — who get off the couch and come out to support live music in our little slice of heaven up here on Boston’s north shore. As Dave Brown says, “We’re nothing without you!”
Here’s a little video treat — the Yardbirds having a bit of Halloween fun in PA last Saturday with Johnny A (who recently joined the band) on lead guitar (past Yardbirds lead guitar players include Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page & Jeff Beck, so I’d say our local guy, Johnny A., is in pretty good company.)
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jeangrobeInfinity pool meets ocean at Hard Rock Cancun. Lovely resort, cool music vibe and lots of wave and beach!! #thisishardrock #alldayallnight thanks @kfoley41 and @captjoe06 #goodmorninggloucester #famapalooza2015
hey folks, starting tonight, thurs. nov. 5th, and every thurs. (except holidays) i’ll be pickin and singin at the Gloucester House from 8-10 pm…every week, i’ll have a special guest joining me, so please stop by, have some food and drink, and enjoy some good local music !! xo, Allen
63 Rogers Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
Cape Ann Health, Wellness and Fitness News-
The Rotary Club of Gloucester will host a Trivia Night on Friday, November 13, at the Gloucester House, located at 63 Rogers Street in downtown Gloucester. The doors will open at 6 p.m. and the game will begin at 7 p.m. Teams of four will compete for the title of Cape Ann Trivia Champions.
All trivia fans are invited to this fun night of knowledge and laughter. The registration fee is $100 for a team of four players. Proceeds from this event will support programs of the Gloucester Rotary Club. The night will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a cash bar, and light snacks for purchase. A registration form is attached to this email. Additional forms may be obtained any Gloucester Rotary Club member or may be downloaded from www.GloucesterRotary.us
One last visit for the year
We had to check out the hotel progress. It should be completed by the next visit hopefully in seven months. This has been a wonderful week of Fall weather. We will follow the area on GMG, it’s kinda a nice second to being here. Hope our winters will be as gentle as this season has been.
Linda rae Castagna
After casting my vote, I stopped by Buswell’s Pond today.
Just in case anyone is wondering why the boulevard gardens are suddenly gone . . . . .
On Saturday 12 Generous Gardener volunteers moved hundreds of plants to the American Legion.
Hundreds more were moved to various vegetable gardens until Spring.
The Seawall Construction is moving along and Newport Construction will be fencing up the entire area soon.
It is completely eroded under the Fishermen’s Wives plaza.
Front bed of nepeta and daylilies
Iris and Sedum in the back bed
The boulevard gardens will return as a much expanded design in the Spring.
Pick #1: Apple and Wine Festival: Russell Orchards
Apples and Wine Festival November 7th & 8th!Featuring: Wine tasting*, Live music, Hands-on cider-pressing demonstrations, Make-Your-Own Apple Pie, Apple samples, Hayrides, as well as loads of apple goodies made fresh in our bakery including hot apple crisp and cider donut caramel sundaes.
*Wine Tasting consists of several offerings of our award winning fruit wines & hard ciders, complemented by special gourmet food pairings, along with our souvenir glass and thank you gift. Reservations strongly recommended for Wine Tastings. Please call the store to reserve a time slot for your group.
HEAD HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT RUSSELL ORCHARDS!
Pick #2: 29th Annual Boston Christmas Festival at the Seaport World Trade Center
November 6, 7, and 8, 2015.
Friday: noon – 7pm
With something for everyone this event is not-to-be-missed if you are ready to get your Christmas on. Yikes.
Offering everything a holiday shopper could desire under one magnificent roof. The annual Christmas Festival, features the distinctive work of over 300 master American craftsmen. Bargain hunters, as well as those with extravagant tastes, will find an endless array of gorgeous home accessories, designer fashions, artisan jewelry, handcrafted holiday décor, tempting gourmet speciality foods and one-of-a-kind handcrafted gifts unavailable elsewhere.
READ ALL ABOUT THE EVENT HERE! http://www.bostonchristmasfestival.com/
Pick #3: From the Forest: Wreath Making for Kids
Appleton Farms, Ipswich
Get into the holiday season by creating your own evergreen wreath! Kids will craft their 16″ wreaths by hand using local greenery, winter berries, fallen cones, holly leaves, ribbon, and more! Materials and instruction included. Parents are encouraged to attend but wreath making is for kids only please. (Checkout our adult workshop as well!) Ages 8 and up.
Saturday, November 7 from 10:00 am – 12 noon
Member Child: $15, Nonmember Child: $25
For a comprehensive list of family activities, please visit our friends at North Shore Kid