OF WILDFLOWERS, MONARCHS, AND LOBSTER TRAPS

Lucky morning- favorite subjects in the dunes today 🙂

A female Monarch newly emerged with a torn and tattered male Monarch

Sip N Shop at Magnolia Library are Back

Friday, October 12, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm
Magnolia Library
1 Lexington Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930

 

Sip N Shops at Magnolia Library are BACK!!!! Join friends and vendors like AgapĂ© Brewing Community, Simply Simon Soap & Skincare, Periwinkle Treasure, Magnolia Historical Society Inc, Pauline’s Gifts, Little Dresses for Africa/Gloucester,Ma., Visual Interest, as well as Reps from PureHaven, Color Street, Paparazzi, Young Living, art work from local photographers Sharon Lowe, Donna Ardizzoni, and Melissa Cox and so much much more!!!!! Light appetizers and wine sips provided by vendors. Donations and proceeds benefit the Magnolia Library’s upcoming construction of handicap accessible bathrooms.

Bleachers are back! Resiting atop restored and improved footing underway at New Balance Newell Stadium

The stands were brought back and moved into place atop the improved footing at New Balance Newell Stadium. Maybe the bleachers will be ready later this week. It’s great to see it coming back together.

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Gloucester Smiles with Sally and Joe

A special Gloucester Smiles.

This delightful couple from New Jersey drove up to meet family and friends (and me)  in New England.  One of their favorite places was Gloucester where they had a family reunion in the house by the Good Harbor Beach bridge.  They also mentioned that  her niece who lives in Texas , and is also a Fan of the Blog, was a caretaker at the house on 24 Beach Road.

It was a special treat to meet Sally and Joe and enjoyed the batch of cookies that they gave me, which I promised to share with Joey at the dock.

Thank you for the email and  being so kind and giving  me a brighter Gloucester Smile.

 

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Gloucester Area Astronomy Club Halloween Meeting Friday Oct 12

Cape Ann Community

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At our Friday night October 12 GAAC meeting we are pleased to have with us Phil Orbanes, the North Shore’s preeminent astrophotographer, with “Tales from the Cosmic Dark Side,” a Halloween-themed presentation illustrated with Phil’s excellent photos, touching on all sorts of dark objects — Dark Nebulae (and Bok Globules), Molecular Clouds,  Integrated Flux Nebula, Dark (“Rogue”) Planets, “Dark Matter” and “Dark Energy.” Calling on examples from the Pipe nebula through the possible eventual heat-death of the universe, Phil will elucidate the universe of dark phenomena all around us.

We’ll see you there, 8:00 pm at the Lanesville Community Center, 8 Vulcan St in Lanesville. There is no cost, and all are welcome. There will be goodies of every stripe, friends old and new, and just a generally good time to be had by all.

For more information on the club you can check out the website, the Facebook page, and follow us…

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Red Cross Blood Drive Nov 9th

Cape Ann Community

The Gloucester Knights of Columbus are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday November 9th from 2 to 7 pm at our Lady of Good Voyage Parish Hall.  Come give the gift of life.  Call 800-733-2767 to register or go to https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive.Register to GiveePoster716835 (4)

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