Photos of the full Super Worm Moon rising and setting.
Called the Worm Moon because the ground begins to soften and earthworms reappear, inviting Robins to our gardens. Among many names, March’s Full Moon is also called the Sleepy Moon, Sap Moon, Crust Moon, Lenten Moon, and Crow Moon.
Good Harbor Beach
Took a walk yesterday to Maritime Gloucester on a warm March day.
512 Essex Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
Friday May 15, 2020
32 Leonard Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
The Exchange has served the community for over 68 years by donating its profits for the maintenance of the historic buildings of the village: Village Hall, Village Church, Leonard School, Library and Firehouse. The Exchange also supports the Good Neighbors Program and the village’s Mt. Adnah Cemetery. Annisquam is one of the oldest and best-preserved villages in Gloucester. The Annisquam Exchange was established to insure that the history, architecture, art and community of Annisquam will be preserved for future generations. The Exchange began in the old Firehouse, which is now a museum preserving Annisquam’s 384 (1630) year-old history; the Exchange moved to its present location in the equally historic Leonard School in the mid 1940’s.
Several of us enjoyed a delicious dinner at the new Oliver’s on Main Street in Gloucester the other night. We shared several salads and appetizers before ordering lots of sushi and a few entrees to also share…. and then some espresso martinis and desserts. Everything was delicious and I’ll happily go back again. Give it a try!
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Second Glace opened its bookstore, Off the Wall, within its own walls on Pond Street a few days ago so I stopped by to take a look. I found a warm, inviting space FULL of books, music and movies available at very reasonable prices. Adult books sell for 75 cents, childrens books 50 cents; CDs and DVDs are $1 (though DVD seasons are a little higher).
I saw many current titles available and the staff (thanks Laurel and Susan) is friendly. The sales support the Open Door; it’s definitely a win-win. Stop in and shop a bit.