With Eric, Chris and The Rabbit
Friends from New York, Kansas City and Los Angeles shared this heartwarming feel good wedding rehearsal story- Hingham Middle School students surprise their teacher. #MassProud
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Kenny MacCarthy I Bob and Sue McDermott I Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Every March, The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce hosts its Annual Irish Sweepstakes. A total of $20,000 is given away at this fun event – including one Grand Prize of $10,000. The Irish Sweepstakes also features a 50/50 raffle, a traditional Irish dinner and much more!
Tickets are sold for $100 each and grant you and a guest entrance the night of the event. There is a limit of 400 tickets sold – the best odds on Cape Ann!
Tickets for the Irish Sweepstakes go fast and we’ve been known to sell out.
Call us at 978-283-1601 or stop by the Chamber today to get yours.
Can’t make it to the event? No problem! You do not have to be present to win.
Not one, but two, Snowy boys were well camouflaged amidst the rocks. They were far apart from one another when one flew toward the other. The stationary fellow didn’t move an inch and barely opened his eyes, while the flying fellow hid himself expertly behind a clump of dry wildflowers. The two sleepily hung out together, positioned not twenty feet apart.
I wished I could have stayed to see if they would behave territorially, but frozen fingers chided me off the beach.
I see you little Snowy Boy!
A flock of Snow Buntings foraged in between the rocks and they too were well-camouflaged.
Sponsored by the City of Gloucester Animal Advisory Committee
On Saturday March 30, 2019 Dr. Katharine Parsons, Director, Coastal Waterbird Program for Mass Audubon will be giving a presentation on Piping Plovers. The talk will be held at the Library, downstairs in the Friend room.
Dr. Katharine Parsons received her Bachelor’s degree from Smith College and Ph.D. in Ecology from Rutgers University. She has 35 years of experience in coastal waterbird research, management and policy in the northeast. Since 2011, Dr. Parsons has directed Mass Audubon’s Coastal Waterbird Program which works with coastal communities throughout Massachusetts to protect rare birds and their habitats. In addition, she has taught courses in coastal ecology and natural systems at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design since 2008. Her presentation at the Gloucester Public Library will cover Piping Plover ecology, management and conservation.
Magnolia Library and Community Center is hosting a blood drive with Red Cross on Friday, February 15 from 2-7pm. Since many blood drives nationwide have been cancelled recently due to extreme weather, donations & support are critical. To limit your wait in line, RSVP an appointment at RedCrossBlood.org/donate
1 Lexington Avenue
Magnolia, Gloucester, MA 01930
🎼 Monday, Monday, so good to me
Monday Mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be
Oh Monday mornin’, Monday mornin’ couldn’t guarantee…that Monday evenin’ you could still be HERE with us (just a play on the Mamas & Papas song)
But it’s true – tonight at 7pm join our Tong Ren healing circle ✨
When: Tonight, Monday, February 11
Where: Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, 2nd Floor, Magnolia, MA
Donation of $10 suggested.
We promise we won’t sing 😊
For further details check out our Facebook page, website or email us.
I loved Donna’s pictures of the New England Boat show recently, but I have to add that we have our very own boat show right here most days! These were all taken recently on the same day and I had to take note of the variety of ways to be out on our harbor waters.