Bluefin Blowout Apparel and Swag Available Online Now

Did you miss out on the opportunity to purchase some awesome Bluefin Blowout merchandise at the tournament this year?   Well, good news!  Much of the apparel and swag is now available, for a limited time, online.

Get your Bluefin Blowout Merchandise HEREhttp://bit.ly/BFBGear

 

Sedona, AZ Retreat ~

Cape Ann Wellness

Honor yourself, commit to yourself and return to your Authentic Selfin Sedona, AZ… January 22 – 26, 2020

Meet Marleen Wood, a Usui and Lightarian Reiki Master, who will share her light and healing energy in clearing the path for you to return to your true inner self during the Authentic Self Retreat of the Invisible Soul, giving you tools to help you develop and safeguard your sublime energy. Your heart will start to open as Marleen guides you through Aura and Chakra balancing, yoga and reiki, as you let go of ways that are no longer supporting you.

Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC, Marleen Wood, Tia Crystal, and Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts, as we hold space for you and witness your true magnificent in the scared land of Sedona, AZ as you return home to your true Authentic Self.

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Maritime Curator Erik Ronnberg, Jr. to receive Edgar B. Caffrey Award

Cape Ann Community

Tribute to a career dedicated to maritime heritage;
ceremony on August 24, 2019

Erik A.R. Ronnberg, Sr. (1909–1988) and Erik A.R. Ronnberg, Jr. (b. 1944), Model of 1902 Mackerel Seiner Schooner Benjamin W. Latham, with Seine Boat, Cape Ann Museum, Gift of Earl Felton Harris, 1998 (1998.6)

The Cape Ann Museum’s esteemed Maritime Curator Erik Ronnberg Jr., who for many years worked as a shipmodel maker on Cape Ann, will be receiving the Edgar B. Caffrey Award during the 37th Annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival August 24-25, 2019 at the Hawthorne Marina in Salem, Mass.  The award will be conferred on Saturday August 24 at 11am. 

Ronnberg, the son of a Swedish-born Master Mariner who arrived in
America in 1939, grew up in a household where he and his father would make shipmodels
together. After graduating with a degree
in biology, Ronnberg decided to pursue a career in model…

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