And it’s much more than just a “cafe” most would say.
I just came across yet another amazing spot to recently open in our awesome city. This is DRIFT CAFE on Main St.! This Thursday night, which is tonight, is INDUSTRY NIGHT, so stop on by! (Ask a restaurant friend if you have no clue)
The interior design is equal to the great staff and amazing drinks! (and food:)
Live music every week, all kinds!
Whiskey for days! Plus all ya favs n brews!
Keeping the hint of nautical.
All while classy yet approachable.
Details folks (hooks and sockets)…
It’s all about the details. USB chargers anyone??
This bar! You HAVE to see and feel this!!
And proper CAFFEINE HOT ALL DAY!
Tea for 20!
Fixins for the bean heads.
Oh, these are delivered and baked fresh on location..every morning! (food menu avail)
Hot out da oven
3 Main St. Gloucester… 978-559-7974 Stop by and meet Rick or any of the other staff for Good times! Find them at Facebook.com/DriftGloucester
(Tickets to our fundraiser are purchased on-site from a Sea Shepherd coordinator, we’ll be located at the 7 Seas pier where you board the Privateer IV. You can use cash or credit card. If you take part in the beach clean-up with us that morning, you can save $5 off your whale watch ticket ($35 instead of $40) or donate that to SSCS as well.)
In what is hopefully a new yearly event for us, we’ll be heading to one of our great historic New England towns (Gloucester) for a World Oceans Day fundraising event. Working with a couple local groups and organizations, we’ll begin our day spending a couple of hours helping clean up the beach. After a short break to clean up, eat or (for some) take your Dramamine, we’ll head out on what has always been a great day of whale watching with 7 Sea Whale Watch.
Please keep an eye out here on our event for additional details of our beach clean-up on Saturday morning. We’ll meet at the 7 Seas pier (right near where we will board the Privateer IV for our whale watch later) and head out from there. If you have gloves, buckets or bags please bring them… but we will have some on site if needed as well.
Join us on Sunday, June 10th at Stage Fort Park, Gloucester for the
Inaugural Lyon-Waugh Bluefin Blowout Family Fun 5K, benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association!
Join us as we run, walk, and stroll from Stage Fort Park to Hammond Castle and back to Stage Fort Park for a 5K loop. Enjoy the beautiful Cape Ann waterfront and fresh ocean air while raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
It isn’t too late to sign up to sell….or certainly to decide to stop by and shop, enjoy live music, participate in family yoga, or browse the bake sale! $20 fee to set up an area to sell…otherwise, just come and have fun while shopping!
Pick #3: Dragon Boat Festival
This year marks the 39th annual Boston Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival.
Saturday is races only while Sunday is races and cultural activities
I went down to Good Harbor Beach and found many things that made me smile: nesting plovers, protective killdeer parents chasing off crows from the chicks, people relaxing, lazy waves. Here are some of the other things down there that made me smile. I hope the same for you. It was a glorious day.
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You don’t need to travel to Boston to hear great jazz. Enjoy dinner at Feather & Wedge this Thursday with live music from the Scollins-Warsi duo. Both accomplished graduates of Berklee College of Music, with Kevin Scollins on guitar and Sahil Warsi on double bass, their impressive repertoire spans jazz standards, R&B, blues and more. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear one of Boston’s most notable jazz duos.
Thursday, June 7
7 – 9 PM
Reservations suggested. 978-999-5917
(Also playing on Sunday, June 10, Jazz Brunch 10:30 – 2:30 PM}
Feather & Wedge Restaurant & Bar |5 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966