Maureen Aylward talk with : JC Gutierrez-Ramos, GMGI Board and Scientific Advisory Board member, Justin Topp, Ph.D., Endicott College Assistant Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; Professor of Biology and Bioengineering, and Iain Kerr, CEO, Ocean Alliance
And a pretty schooner she is, despite her generally decrepit state. Essex shipwright Harold Burnham, Mary Kay Taylor, and a crew of friends picked up the 1911 schooner in Maine over the weekend. Burnham and Taylor are planning to restore the knockabout to her original splendor and when completed, the Sylvina W. Beal will be the oldest fishing vessel in the harbor.
Stopping by to take a few snapshots of the Sylvina Beal I ran into Maritime Gloucester Education Director Amanda Madeira and Education Coordinator Kelsey Bradford, along with Plum Cove fourth graders at the “crab lab.” Don’t you just love everything about Maritime Gloucester?!? There is always some outstanding maritime-related educational program or event taking place. We are so blessed to have this wonderful resource in our community!
Note- the Sea Pocket Aquarium has reduced hours after October 13th. For more information, visit the Maritime Gloucester website here.
Driving by the Boulevard on Monday afternoon about 90 minutes before high tide, the ocean was telling a story.
OCTOBER MEETING TODAY AT 6:30
CITY HALL, 3RD FLOOR
1. Approval of meeting minutes from 9/12/2018
2. Education/Outreach Plans
3. Piping plover awareness and education
4. Off leash beach days
6. Dogs in Cemetery
10. Public comment
11. New Business
Dinner Specials Each Week!
Wednesday, October 17 – 7pm
My Musical Guests:
JB AMERO & DAVID BROWN!
This happens almost NEVER! The amazing David Brown joins
Brother JB Amero for what promises to be a spectacular evening at the premier place to be for entertainment in Gloucester, the one and only Rhumb Line! I may have said it before, but I’m saying it again. Get your seats early. These guys have many, many devoted fans. Music hits at 7pm! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest The Rhumb Line Kitchen……features Morgan Forsythe! Dishes are better than ever before!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
10/24 – Lynne Taylor
10/31 – Inge Berge
Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂
Finn and I made a point to stop by the Antique Car Show on the Meetinghouse Green this past Saturday. Unfortunately, we were there at the very beginning and couldn’t stay terribly long so I know we missed several of the beautiful cars that arrived after we departed, but the cars we saw were pretty sweet.
Here’s the link in case you want to visit it to stay posted on next year’s event as it becomes updated.
We recently re-visited the Crane Estate to see how it looks wrapped up in autumn. We were not disappointed. There’s a charge to get in, but it’s such a treat for the eyes we didn’t mind paying money to go toward maintaining that for a everyone.
Fall is Vata season…think dry, cold, light, rough, sharp and mobil. Similar to the weather and it is a time when many show signs of Vata aggravation keeping us busy at Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC!
Signs of Imbalance include:
Anxiety, nervousness, loneliness, fear, restlessness, giddiness and confusion. The excess vata in the mind can also leave you feeling like you can’t calm down or on edge. Your mind may race, have interrupted sleep, forgetfulness and lack of grounding. It left unchecked, it can lead to insomnia and depression to name a few.
Physical signs include:
Twitches, tics, tremors, spasms, dry skin, constipation, bloating, gas, dry hard stools. You may dislike wind and cold and not tolerate loud noise.
A few tips:
Warm, whole, freshly cooked foods.
Add a generous amount of high-quality oils or ghee when cooking.
Dry and light foods (popcorn, crackers)
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