Video- HI-Tech Pain Free Dentistry At Harbor Cove Dental THIS IS MY DENTIST.

Gloucester MA Dentistry Practice.

When was the last time you had fun at your dentist office?

No MUZAK up in this mother.  They’re playing classic hits, the dentist chairs have use controlled heated and massage elements, you don’t have to put that nasty mold in your mouth with the gooey stuff making you want to gag when they take x-rays or making molds, they do their stuff with the latest digital imaging.

The staff is young, hip and friendly.  The décor is straight out of Restoration Hardware.  The place is straight buttah.  Check them out unless you prefer old school dentistry and directly correlate how much pain you have to endure with the level of dental care you receive.

I can’t say enough about Dr Leif and his staff.

Check Them Out On Facebook-

https://www.facebook.com/HarborCoveDental01930

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Cheers for the pier, OH WHAT A NIGHT

Thank you all who donated and came to the most amazing night, Cheers for the Pier.  So much fun, the crowds were awesome, the bidding, and the raffle ticket, the organizers made this night so much fun.  We had kids who sold popsicles on the beach and made $160, dancing and most important a fun time for all.  The Pier committee was amazing and everything was terrific.

Gloucester art and breakfast | Zeke’s Place

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On the walls at Zeke’s place, summer 2017:

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Nancy Alimansky from Newton and Phyllis Paster from Wellesley are showing drawings in the main room. Both watercolor artists have painted Cape Ann scenes, many from Gloucester and Rockport.

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Nancy Alimansky #1

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Phyllis Paster #2

David Kielier resides and works in Gloucester.

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The first business to respond to the Mayor’s arts hotline was Zeke’s Place.

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Design Of Mine’s Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting August 1st 2017

Family, friends, City Officials and customers gathered together. It was a joyous  event. Design Of Mine. A lovely shop with many clothing styles, fashion, jewelry and art work. Owner and operator Melissa Tarr makes it a very inviting place to shop. Right in the heart of town and home of The Flutter Shawl.

33 Main Street
Gloucester, Massachusetts
@thefluttershawl
Call (978) 491-7495

 

GHS and St. Ann’s Class of 1962 School Reunion

GHS and St. Ann’s CLASS OF 1962 55TH HIGH SCHOOL REUNION

WHEN:
Saturday July 29th at the Gloucester House starting at 6pm with cocktails followed by a lite buffet and dancing and
Sunday July 30th 9:30 Breakfast Buffet at the Gloucester House
On Friday July 28th there will be an informal gathering at Stage Fort Park at 2pm -5pm.
It’s not too late to sign up! We do not have information to send out invitations for the following classmates. If anyone has any current addresses please contact David Amero at davidamero@comcast.net.
Peter Anderson, Joseph Bammarito, Willis Calder, Lauralee Cooney, Marcia Dorey, Donna Fergusson, Salvatore Genawese, Sally Herrick, Ann Marie Jordan Ballerini, James Lodge, Peter Marr, Bonnie Fay Morris, David Murray, Arnold Niemi, Edward Niemi,Sheila Norris Ventigmelia, Paula Reed, Stephen Roberts, Douglas Spencer.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Women’s Equality Cape Ann (WECANN) official t-shirt. Staying active and alert! #wecann #gloucesterma

Buy one or buy ten and help support desperately needed scholarships!

CLICK BELOW TO GET YOURS TODAY!!

https://www.booster.com/capeannlowvscholarships

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Jessica Marie says “YES YOU CAN, YES WECANN!”

VIDEO: GIANT KING SALMON @ PASSPORTS #gloucesterma

Eric has something HUGE cooking up tonight!! If you want a taste of these huge fish, Passports is running a special tonight, the secret is in the video!

CAN YOU GUESS WHAT TODAY IS??

It’s always amazing to drive around town the morning of the Fish Town Horribles Parade and see all the empty chairs and decorations! All of these shots were taken with my iPhone while fighting through traffic to drop off stuff at our GMG party corner. So this one is for all those folks who are not home, or moved out of town, enjoy! Now stop by the GMG tent and party with us!!!

Homie and Rubber Duck’s Fifth Anniversary

Five years since Rubber Duck and Homie met on that blustery day April 18, 2011. The Fifth is the wood anniversary. Homie gave Rubber Duck a carving of Homie. (Homie is a little self-centered.)

Homie would have carved it himself but he has no opposable thumbs.
Homie would have carved it himself but he has no opposable thumbs.

The following is a repost of Homie and Rubber Duck’s First Anniversary describing that fateful hook-up five years ago today.

Homie: “You’re not from around here are you? May I show you the cove?”
Solitude of the lonely Homie.
Cold, lonely, rubbery, but Patriotic!
A little stand offish at first.
They’re eyes locked and Homie was in love.
“So how many children should we have?” Homie wasn’t wasting any time.
“I have a lovely nest on Milk Island.”
You’re not listening to a word I’m saying!”
“We could make it work!”
“Do you think it’s safe to come out?”
Your friends are rude Homie.
Rubber Duck out on the Town at another Fred Bodin Christmas party.

I cannot believe it has only been one year since the Rubber Duck met Homie on a blustery day just like today, April 18, 2011. When I posted that first part of the Rubber Duck saga I was only joking about it being a twenty part series. Little did I know that maybe a hundred posts later the story is still not finished. To commemorate their anniversary I repost the first few chapters. Later this week will be an update of how Homie and Rubber Duck spent their day today. Part I posted April 18th, 2011:  (This will be a twenty part series.) Part II posted April 19th, 2011: But first, the back story. Two lonely birds:  But soon the connection was made and time stopped. ”  “I am so out of here!”  But Homie came back of course and took Rubber Duck all over. The Rockport Dump, Thacher Island lighthouse, Maine, Florida, meeting Santa when he arrived in Rockport, wine tasting at Passports, Duck Confit at Duckworth’s. Then, just a few months later, things got a little weird: Last sighting of RD was at the Spring Fling two weeks ago with rumors that she was at the Thirsty Golf contest at the DogBar last week when Joey caught her again staring at him.  Flexilis anatidaephobia is the fear that a rubber duck is staring at you and Joey has got it bad.

DON’T MISS THE TEMPEST TONIGHT AT EAST GLOUCESTER ELEMENTARY!

Director Dawn Sarrouf shares that fifth grade student Erin McCarthy is singing an original rap created by third grade student Seamus Swift, with words by William Shakespeare.

 

DON’T MISS THE FINAL PERFORMANCE OF THE TEMPEST!!! #eastgloucesterelementary

The East Gloucester fifth grade class play is one in which the younger grade students look forward to participating, beginning in their earliest elementary years. This year’s play, William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, directed by Dawn Sarrouf, does not disappoint, and is simply beyond outstanding. Every minute is filled with action packed stellar performances by the fifth grade students, exquisite costumes, imaginative lighting and special effects, and all playing to a rhythmical back stage drum beat.

Don’t miss the final performance on Monday, April 4th at 6pm at the East Gloucester School auditorium.

Friends, family, and fans

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WONDERFUL ARTICLE ABOUT JUNI VAN DYKE AND THE CAPE ANN MUSEUM QUILT EXHIBIT WRITTEN BY ARTS EDUCATOR DEBORAH SIMMERMAN

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Gloucester Community Quilts at the Cape Ann Museum

By Deborah Simmerman

Recently I took the train up to Gloucester to see the Gloucester community quilts at the Cape Ann Museum. I love the Cape Ann Museum, which so beautifully evokes the special qualities of Cape Ann, my home from 1975 to 1985 and a place I will always love deeply. The amazing Cape Ann light is the first thing I notice whenever I go back, and as soon as I got off the train, I was struck by it once again.

At the museum I had the light-filled second floor gallery all to myself as I encountered the stunning exhibition of quilts representing Gloucester’s very diverse neighborhoods, made by seniors at the Rose Baker Senior Center in Gloucester. I am lost in admiration for Juni Van Dyke, the Art Director at the senior center who led this project over the past nine years. She must be the most amazing art educator. Under her direction, these women in their later years, and a few men I gather, have created something of lasting value, thirteen quilts about their neighborhoods, which have now been donated and accepted into the permanent collection of the Cape Ann Museum. I can imagine the enormous satisfaction they must feel for having been part of the years-long effort of this collaborative creative process and now seeing the fruits of their labor of love in the museum.

READ THE COMPLETE ARTCLE HEREjuni-van-dyke-cape-ann-museum-the-neighborhood-quilt-project-detail-c2a9kim-smith-2016

Top photo courtesy the Cape Ann Museum

If You Have A Friend Like Me That Likes To Drink Their Beer Out Of A Bottle Instead Of A Can- Here’s Their Gift- “BottleKeeper”

Check out the killer beer technology here-

I ordered two for friends and they will give you 10% off if you use the link they gave me.  Get it here

You can personalize the color and add keychains or the logos from your favorite sports team

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Thanks Santa! @GlostaJoes On My Desk When I Got To Work This Morning!

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Get Yours To Fill Up XMAS Stockings at @Seameadowgifts & @Paulinesgifts

Just noticed when I was looking over this post that on the label it tells you when the coffee beans were roasted.

Are you shitting me?

I love the fact that I know that my coffee was just roasted a couple of days ago- frickin cool AF

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