Tomorrow is the last night of prayers to Saint Peter. The novena begins at an earlier time, 6:30, to allow for the mass that follows. Come one, come all!
You never know what wonderful glimpses of wild life you may encounter at Captain Joe and Sons. Sunday morning during the podcast, a crèche of fourteen Common Eider ducklings and their mother hens were spotted, bobbing in the waves and foraging at the edge of the dock.
Common Eider Moms, along with non-breeding “aunties,” band together for protection. The individual broods come together to form a crèche, which may include as many as 150 ducklings!
THE VIKING BOAT POLARIS HAS BEEN SPOTTED IN GLOUCESTER HARBOR!
The crew is not on board. They’re probably out pillaging and plundering.
The weather on Sunday was beautiful for the Seine Boat races. So nice to see many spectators cheering on their favorite teams.
For the second summer in a row Rockport is thrilled to be hosting the Music at the Beach concert series! A series of fantastic bands will play on Mondays this summer from 6 to 8 at the bandstand on Back Beach.
Grab a blanket, beach chair, and a picnic dinner and plan on listening to Pier Ave tonight…and then mark your calendars for the rest of the summer.
Much thanks to 10-year-old Wyatt Wilkinson as well as Bruce Reed for bringing this series to us last year. We all hope that it becomes a summer tradition for years to come!
Earth Wind Fire
An Opening reception is Sat. June 30th 6-8pm.
The show will opens June 28th and will be up until July 22nd.
The Gallery is open Thur. – Sun. 12:00- 5:00.
Go to Lovecapeann.com and order yours today.
If you have a plate send us your picture to use in our “Got Plate Campaign” on Instagram and Facebook!
Come and sample our homemade Kitchari – so yummy. Looking for a great gift – pick up one of our kitchen kits and/or daily routine kits. See you on Lexington Ave in Magnolia from 4-6:30pm!
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health” 🙂
Austin Monell loves science. At Gloucester High School, he’s built a hovercraft and electric skateboard as part of a bunch of hands-on engineering classes the school has for students. Gloucester High was named the top program in the state by the Massachusetts Technology Education and Engineering Collaborative.
“Between the teachers and the serious students, they share this passion and they mutually motivate each other,” says Austin’s mom, Alison. “His teachers get as excited as he does about some of the projects he’s working on.”
Watch Austin’s story:
This is the second in a series of video profiles about why students and their families choose the Gloucester public schools. Read the introductory post about the #ChooseGloucester series here and the first profile of student Lizzie Luster here.
When the season finale and the 100th episode of Wicked Tuna happen to fall on the same day, National Geographic throws a party! Possibly they planned it that way. Who could blame them.
We were super excited to be invited down to Bass Pro Shops at Patriot Place last night to attend National Geographic’s viewing party of the 100th episode and to be in attendance to see who was named winner of this past season. Congratulations, by the way, to Tyler McLaughlin and his crew on the Pinwheel.
Opposite images: Upside down, right side up. Old and new. Retired and Active Duty.