Thanks to the Friends of Seacoast, the residents enjoyed their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with Irish Step dancers and an Irish concert by Sgt. Dan Clark. They also enjoyed the St. Joseph’s celebration with zeppolis fresh baked by Donut Jims. Other weekly concerts were offered by professional entertainers including the Honky Tonk Women’s singer Sheila Schrank.
The Friends of Seacoast enhance the resident’s lives at the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center with hours of enjoyment by providing the finances needed for special entertainment, supplies and community outings. Any and all dontations to the Friends of Seacoast are gratefully accepted. Their next meeting will be held on Tuesday April 14 at 6pm at the Bank of Gloucester.
The Cape Ann Museum has been offering Seacoast ongoing programs. This artistic expression project has included poetry, painting, a museum tour and art demonstrations within the Seacoast facility.
The next museum tour is scheduled on April 7th. The next museum visit to Seacoast titled “Portraits from Cape Ann museum” is scheduled for April 28th.
Beth Wein will return to Seacoast each month to give a presentation about Gloucester’s history. These slideshows focus on various pieces of our city’s history. It’s called the History SHARING program because Beth will share what she has learned about the topic while the audience is encouraged to share what they know. The next visit is scheduled for April 20th at 2pm