Book your holiday party at 1606 Restaurant and Bar at The Beauport Hotel

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It may be hard to believe, but the holidays are almost here!

Book your holiday party with us!  Whether it’s buffet, stations, or a plated dinner, we have menus that can be customized to fit all the needs of your party!

Contact Events@BeauportHotel.com, or call 978.282.0008 to book your holiday party today.

Our restaurant and bar are located in the Beauport Hotel Gloucester at 55 Commercial Street in Gloucester, MA.
The 1606 at Beauport restaurant and bar are open to the public.

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Glosta Got Talent

Hey Joe,
Can you help me spread the word? MAGMA is doing a Talent Show series, Glosta Got Talent, open to anyone on the North Shore ages 16+!
Here is our video ad: 
Here is the info page on the website: https://magma.center/ggt/
Attached is the poster for our first audition, next Saturday October 5 @ 3pm. 
Thanks for any help you can give to spread the word to the talented among us 😉
All best,
Sarah

Turmeric Facial Mask

Cape Ann Wellness

Ayurveda Wellness Healing we love the overall benefits of using natural products on ones skin…seeing it is the largest organ of the body.

Make your own #Ayurvedic Mask by using ingredients that are safe to eat…honey, cucumber, almonds, milk, rose water, yogurt and lemon to name a few.

Try our favorite Turmeric Mask by clicking the link for the recipe:

http://www.ayurvedawellnesshealing.com/turmeric-face-mask/

Blockage is disease/Flow is health”

http://www.ayurvedawellnesshealing.com

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Clamming in The Boat We Built

Cape Ann Community

The Essex Shipbuilding Museum took a group of students, from Topsfield Vocational Academy,  that built the clamming skiff on a  trip last Friday.  They left from Conomo Point and rowed the clam skiff, with two of the museums fleet of Sharptown barges to two clam flats (Seal Bank and Town Nub), where the students learned how to clam with a fork and by hand. Their teacher Mark Webster and professional clammer and project partner Ian MacDougall, of Hermit Crab Industries, showed the students how to harvest the clams.  When they had dug enough clams (soft-shell and razor), they had a clambake on the flats followed by a row back to Conomo Point. A great way to end a tremendous project, they built the boat and then put it to work.

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