North Shore Bloggers Consortium Weekend Picks

Written by Heather Atwood on September 29th, 2010


Weekend Picks

    Boston Local Food Festival
    Healthy Local Food for All by Sustainable Business Network of Greater Boston
    Healthy Local Food for All!

  1. FREE Admission! Saturday, October 2nd from 11am – 5pmBring your water bottle, reusable shopping bag and something from your garden to donate to Crop Share!

    Rockport Music Presents:

    Monday, October 4 at 7:30 pm
    Jon Lee, piano
    Dirk Hillyer, lecturer
    Lecture and performance for solo piano: Stravinsky, “Firebird”; 100th anniversary of the first performance.
    Free and open to the public; no reservations required; general admission seating.


    Please join American Farmland Trust
    For an exclusive

    Dine Out for Farms™ 
    Complimentary three-course tasting dinner showcasing local farms

    Graciously sponsored by

    The Market Restaurant on Lobster Cove

    Speakers include:
    Cris Coffin, New England Director,
    American Farmland Trust

    Nico Monday and Amelia O’Reilly, Chefs

    Thursday, October 7, 5:30 p.m.

    The Market on Lobster Cove

    33 River Road

    Gloucester, MA

    RSVP and more information available from:
    Jennifer Morrill,
    Seating is limited, RSVP is required

    Jennifer Morrill
    Director of Media Relations
    American Farmland Trust
    1200 18th St., NW STE 800
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 378-1255
    Saving the Land that Sustains Us

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  • Ana

    Hi, I just found your blog through Julie's! I live/blog in Salem and am really excited about following the NSBC. It's great to be able to see this area through other people's eyes, and Rockport is definitely one of my favorite places!

  • Heatheraa

    Thanks, Ana! – and I just found Julie's, which I love.

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