Snow, wind rain-no problem! All Rockporters should attend and vote. We’ll be using voting clickers for the first time. This alone is reason to attend. These will ensure that your vote is confidential and will help move the meeting along. Go to www.rockportma.gov and click on “Town Meeting” to see the warrant and other important information. The purest form of democracy is an open town meeting. Come and be a part of it. Its great.
We’ll have child-care, food and coffee. What could be a better way to spend a stormy April Fool’s Day!
Support the East Gloucester Elementary School PTO
At Minglewood Tavern
Wednesday, March 29th
TOTALLY ’80S + THAT’S SO ’90S TRIVIA starts at 7 PM
classic trivia categories with a throwback theme
$5 per person to play
Plus, we’ll be raffling off awesome prizes like this gift basket from Harpoon Brewery:
It includes a Harpoon navy t-shirt, Harpoon IPA vest & hat, 4 Harpoon pint glasses, 4 can koozies, 4 bumper stickers & a 4 pack of Hoppy Adventure 16 oz cans – $125 value!
Trivia not your thing? You can still support the school just by dining out at Minglewood Tavern on 3/29, as a percentage of food sales from the entire evening (4-10 PM) will be donated to the EGS PTO.
Minglewood Tavern is located at 25 Rogers Street in Gloucester www.minglewoodtavern.com
TownGreen 2025, a program of the Gloucester Meeting House Foundation, presents its second Cape Ann Sustainability Fair on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at O’Maley Innovation Middle School, located at 32 Cherry Street in Gloucester, MA, from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Come join the fun! We need volunteers throughout the day of the event. If you’d like to help please email Kelly Knox at TownGreen2025@outlook.com. We have a list of potential volunteer opportunities. Cape Ann is getting greener! Come help out!
The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market will be on site from 10 AM to 2 PM. There will be an arts and crafts area for young children. The high school and middle school kids will share what they are learning about climate change. Folks can bring their broken bicycles to be repaired by volunteers from the Cape Ann Timebank and unwanted bikes can be donated for refurbishing by Bikes not Bombs. There will be live music, speakers addressing clean energy technology, carbon neutrality, locally relevant impacts of climate change, and personal carbon footprint reduction and folks will be able to have enlightening conversations with our expert youth ambassadors about climate change concerns on Cape Ann. There will be Electric Vehicles to test drive! Admission is free.
For more information, visit our website at www.towngreen2025.org or follow us on Facebook.
Grow your own food this season with the help of Backyard Growers! Join us Wednesday for Seed Starting Part 2. Starting your own seeds is a great way to garden more sustainably while also enjoying a wide variety of veggies. Expert Suzanne Gosselin will share her tips and tricks and guide us through planting our first trays of seedlings.
Buy your tickets HERE!
5 great reasons to buy a ticket
for the CAFM annual fundraiser on April 3!
1. Support your local farmers’ market
2. Eat amazing food from some of the best restaurants in town!
3. Watch an incredible film about a very timely subject!
4. See all your old friends
5. Community + action = a restful night’s sleep
You are invited to the Gloucester High School Interact Club’s 10th annual Pizza Taste-Off on Wednesday, March 29, 5:30-7:30pm at Cruiseport Gloucester, located at 6 Rowe Square in Gloucester, MA. Taste them all for yourself and vote on the best!
Tickets on $10 (children 5 and under $5). Tickets are limited to 300 and will be available at the door.
All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.