Please join us tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. at Gloucester City Hall, where Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken will raise the #WorldAIDSDay flag along with other elected officials and community activists and groups, including North Shore Health Project, to preside over a short ceremony marking this important day of remembrance and gratitude.
Each Wednesday, CATA provides service to shopping centers outside Cape Ann for senior and disabled customers. Locations include WalMart, Christmas Tree Shops, Trader Joe’s, and Liberty Tree/North Shore. Pickups are at the Rockport and Gloucester Senior Centers. The cost is $5 round trip. Please call 978-283-7916 with any questions!
For many people, the holiday season is anything but joyful. St. John’s Episcopal Church is offering a healing service for those who are alone, stressed, or in pain this Saturday at 5 p.m. The church will open at 3 for individual prayer and contemplation. All are welcome, regardless of faith (or lack thereof).
BACKYARD GROWERS’ ANNUAL HOLIDAY POP-UP SHOP IS IN FULL SWING UNTIL DEC 21!
The holidays are almost here, and we’ve filled our office at 271 Main Street with veggie socks, garden books, children’s watering cans and more! Come shop our new and vintage funky clothes, gardening tools, cooking supplies, and books- plus our usual supply of seeds, organic fertilizers, and pest sprays.
We will be open every Monday–Friday 9 am- 5 pm
Also, shop late from 5-10 pm on Ladies Night Dec 1, Employee Night Dec 8, and Men’s Night Dec 15!