Action photos and Sail GHS announces 5pm Wednesday talks!

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Hilary shares photos from the last sails of the season and announces upcoming Wednesday 5PM talks:

“Here are some pics from yesterday as we wind down our season on the water.

Sail GHS will be conducting weekly chalk talks at FHL House with visiting experts in the field (notably, our own coach, Gordon Baird ,as well as Jamie Chicone,stationed here with the USCG, aboard Key Largo) every Wednesday @5 PM with pizza to follow. Visitors are welcome.

FHL House is the Fitz Henry Lane House at Harbor Loop. They “sail Mon-Thurs, 3-5:15 thru Oct 27”. Go check them out and join in sometime!

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Lessons On the Water Part 2: $100 sailing PLUS call to artists

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Winslow Homer, Sailing out of Gloucester Harbor, 1880, Yale

 

SAIL GHS

Sign up for $100 per week blocks of morning lessons. Sail GHS leaves from Maritime Gloucester, Monday – Friday, from 8AM-11-11:30ish AM. The program targets middle schoolers through high school age. Participants should be able to swim, wear closed toe footwear, sunscreen, and bring a water.

Rob Bent provided the distinctive t-shirts. They’re ‘foresail’ $15 to help fund the Sail GHS program. Does anyone have a photograph of the sail club from the Horribles parade for them to replace this one?

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Artists interested in live sketching from these sail times can email  me. Sail GHS is on Facebook.

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Thanks to Sail GHS board member Hilary Frye and congratulations on her new book of poetry!

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Additional Gloucester sailing lessons

YMCA sailing (see prior post)

Annisquam Yacht Club junior sailing

Eastern Point  junior sailing

SailGHS First Competition Of The Season Thursday Come On Out To Watch!

We’re getting ready for our first competition of the season on Thursday.Spectators are welcome to cheer us on from the State Fish Pier.i heard the coach say somewhere around 4:30,by the time Wayland gets here.

             Thanks for your support!

                                    -Hilary Frye