Schooner Challenge June 6th Now including the Adventure people can sign up-
Poppies popping, tulips resplendent, and flower pots poised to bedazzle, The Mary Prentiss Inn, conveniently located near Harvard University, is an utterly charming bed and breakfast, outfitted with all modern amenities (and a secret garden around back). Homemade breakfast is served daily, along with freshly baked treats for afternoon tea. Jennifer, the proprietor, and Lisa, who runs the front desk, could not be more welcoming. For graduation, business, or simply a romantic get away in the heart of Cambridge, The Mary Prentiss Inn is tops!!
Tulips in the city were hard hit by a cycle of freezing and thawing, after they had started to emerge. Nonetheless the tulips at the Inn are still blooming great guns!
Last Friday evening at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center the most recent episode of Fish Tales, a live story-telling event from the Gloucester Writers Center, was presented to a full house of listeners. Each story, lasting about five minutes, was a true story from the lives of the women pictured above. Although I have been attending these events that occur every month or so for more than three years, I don’t think there has ever been a more powerful line-up than these women represented. From left to right: Virginia McKinnon (Storyteller in Residence), Grace Schrafft, Natalie Simon, Kim Lord, Maureen Aylward (Show-runner and MC), Karen Ristuben, Kathy Lordan, Barbara Boudreau. Audio of this show is available at the GWC website. http://gloucesterwriters.org/archives/. Give a listen, you’ll be glad you did.
And stay tuned for the next Fish Tales, Friday, July 8, on the theme Play Ball!
and the windows’ sun glare
Is it just me….or does that look like a whale in a tree?
More Cape Ann Health, Fitness and Wellness News-
“Being more peaceful and passive is not what will help us overcome the obstacles of modern life. We need a raging dharma to help us face the raging challenges that we face as modern people making money, raising families, and living our vision in the world.”
Cape Ann Power Yoga is thrilled to announce that we’re hosting meditation and provocative discussion with David H. Wagner this Thursday, May 19 from 6-7:30.
This is a discussion and meditation practice so we encourage you to bring a bolster or comfortable seat. If you want to practice before hand we will have our regularly scheduled 4:30-5:45 all levels power yoga class.