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Fun, customizable and perfect Post-It-Notes pad for dolphin lovers.
Beautiful "dolphin mosaic" for this trendy and customizable gift bag.
Gorgeous shades of Rust And Teal blue on this wall clock. if you look close it resembles a Dolphin swirling on the bottom and bird ? eagle.. parrot ? on the top swirl.
Customizable ribbon for your gifts or DIY projects with dolphins jumping.
-- [component:byline]. MYSTIC, Conn. - Mystic Seaport will host its annual marathon reading of Herman Melville’s novel, “Moby-Dick”, July 31 to Aug. The reading begins at noon, July 31, with an actor portraying Melville reciting the first chapter of the novel. Visitors can then sign up to read a chapter aloud as the Marathon continues until its conclusion. Once the reading is complete at noon the following day, the group will celebrate the 196th anniversary of Melville’s birthday. The event will take place on the 1841 Whaleship Charles W. Morgan, the last example of the type of vessel Melville sailed on when he was inspired to write the novel. Visitors who wish to participate in the overnight parts of the reading will be able to stay on board with prior registration. In addition to the marathon, there are several other activities related to the novel during the weekend: MYSTIC, Conn. - Mystic Seaport will host its annual marathon reading of Herman Melville’s novel, “Moby-Dick”, July 31 to Aug. The reading begins at noon, July 31, with an actor portraying Melville reciting the first chapter of the novel. Visitors can then sign up to read a chapter aloud as the Marathon continues until its conclusion. Once the reading is complete at noon the following day, the group will celebrate the 196th anniversary of Melville’s birthday. The event will take place on the 1841 Whaleship Charles W. Morgan, the last example of the type of vessel Melville sailed on when he was inspired to write the novel. Visitors who wish to participate in the overnight parts of the reading will be able to stay on board with prior registration. In addition to the marathon, there are several other activities related to the novel during the weekend:. “Moby-Dick” in Minutes. The Museum’s theatre troupe, the TaleMakers, will present a condensed, 30-minute theatrical version of the novel. There are two performances, one each day at 3:15 p. m. on the Museum’s Performance Stage. Song for the Whales. This evening concert will feature visiting artist Jen Long with her unique whale guitar, as well as performances by the Museum’s chanteymen. Utilizing both traditional and modern songs, the concert will highlight whale preservation efforts and social change. The concert takes place July 31 at 5 p. m. on the. Source: www.dolphin-news.com
A DECORATOR’S GALLERY, 4633 Market St. (Wisconsin 42 and Market Street), Egg Harbor. Original art by Charles “Chick” Peterson, Jerry Gadamus, Barbara Scharf, Austin Fraser and Gerhard Miller. Also sweaters from Ecuador, glass work form Italy, natural stone jewelry. Offering giclee printing of customer photos on canvas. More than 30 years experience in custom framing. same-day service. (920) 868-3010 or www. decoratorsgallery. ALEXANDER NOBLE HOUSE MUSEUM, 4167 Main St. , Fish Creek. Ten-room Greek Revival house built by Alexander Noble in 1875 is the first non-log cabin home and oldest remaining residence in the village. Museum is operated by the Gibraltar Historical Association. “A House in Mourning” exhibit displays funeral customs and items of the 19th century, including flowers and a coffin. Docent-guided tours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Tuesdays-Sundays through October. $5 adults, $2 children. (920) 868-2091 or www. historicnoblehouse. ANGELA LENSCH GALLERY, 7653 Wisconsin 42, Egg Harbor. Featuring unique, handwoven, gold and silver jewelry of owner and resident artist Angela Lensch in her turn-of-the-century log cabin gallery. Also featuring a wide collection of fine art made by local and regional artists in handblown glass, mosaics, sculptures, stained glass and photography. Site for progressive dinner/art crawl in Egg Harbor, 4 to 8 p. m. Aug. (920) 868-5088 or www. angelalenschgallery. OFF GALLERY AND FRAMERY , 40 N. Third Ave. , Sturgeon Bay. Creations by Door County artist Audrey Off, who also has 30 years of experience in picture framing and design. Gallery includes works by Kari Anderson, Charles Peterson, Marion Burmeister, Sandra Peterson, Mary Uhl, Faith Frykman and R. D. Bentley. Mondays through Fridays, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturdays. (920) 743-2259 or www. door BOAT HOUSE ANTIQUES , 4601 Wisconsin 57, Institute. Nautical art, antiques and gifts. handcrafted wooden model ships by Arnie Wegner. vintage jewelry, furs, china, crystal, furniture, primitives, original art by Gerhard Miller. 12:30 to 6 p. m. Thursdays, 10:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Fridays through Sundays, 10:30 to 3 p. m. Mondays. (920) 743-0076. CAPPAERT CONTEMPORARY GALLERY, 7901 Wisconsin 42, Egg Harbor. Paintings by resident artist Ginnie Cappaert as well as 30 other contemporary artists working in ceramic, glass, sculpture, mixed media and jewelry. Site for progressive. Source: www.greenbaypressgazette.com
“Cash only. ” “Dollars not euros for tips. ” “We do not honor Power of Attorneys from New York Consulate unless we see a specific clause relating to the Bank,” said officers of the Ethniki Trapeza of Greece. “We are the Trapeza. ” I passed this information to legal professionals. My impression in the first week of June 2015 was that Greece’s government was the Trapeza. I changed my outlook on USA banks, after experiencing the horrors of the Greek banking system. My husband became overstressed and found refuge in Tripoli, Arcadia. “Nona, go on your five day excursion of Macedonia,” said my godson, Dr. Alexios Vardouniotis, otolaryngologist. “Nono will enjoy Tripoli with us. My Dad, Professor Spiro will restore his health. ” Our cousins, Pitsa and Christo Macarouni explored Arcadia with John. The Greek business and educated middle class, who are holding up Greece’s economy, showed me more loyalty than my own blood and old friends in both countries. One never knows when a higher power sends persons in one’s path to save one. I left all. I went solo on a five day tour of Central Greece and Macedonia arranged by Uli of Dolphin Hellas Travel Agency in Athens. The excursion was part of G. O. Tours. a conglomerate of various travel agencies pooling together their groups to form one excursion. This is called cutting costs. I was picked up in front of Athens Hilton. Our guide, Effie Varvatsoulaki explained the history of Boeotian plain on our way to Delphi. Effie was a highly education person, diligent in her profession with a positive attitude. “This is the navel of the world,” she explained. “The high priestesses of Apollo were called Sibyls. This polygonal wall was commemorated to Delphi from the island of Chios. ” Effie’s information brought back memories of my research on Chios and Erythrea, Asia Minor, where my family has roots. Herodotus states in his History that “the Temple of Athena Polias at Erythrae was famous in the ancient world for their famous priestesses known as the Sibyl. “ According to Greek and Roman mythology, they were women bestowed with prophetic powers by the God Apollo. The Erythaean Sibyl was painted by Michelangelo from 1508-12 in a fresco from the Sistine chapel, Vatican. The famous Sibyls were the Erythraean and the Cumaean Sibyl who presided over the Apollonian oracle at Cumae, a Greek colony located near Naples, Italy. The Erythraean Sibyl sold the sibylline books to Tarquin, the last King of Rome,. Source: www.qgazette.com
This collaborative art project will combine the beauty of Melville's text with pieces of visitors' handwriting to create a visual representation of the whale in mosaic. The project will be open next to the Morgan Friday afternoon and Saturday morning
Also featuring a wide collection of fine art made by local and regional artists in handblown glass, mosaics, sculptures, stained glass and photography. Site for progressive BLUE DOLPHIN HOUSE AND STUDIO, 10320 N. Water St., Ephraim. 46th season.
I left all. I went solo on a five day tour of Central Greece and Macedonia arranged by Uli of Dolphin Hellas Travel Agency in Athens. At Delphi, I overheard Effie say to our guide, Matina, in Greek, “You have two members Mosaic floor in Pella
The lineup included bands local, domestic and foreign representing an interesting mosaic of genres. Jeju's favorite fails to impress. Later Japanese PeopleJam got booties bouncing with their autotune-heavy dance music, also described as dolphin rock.
Named for the 27 mosaic and sculpted dolphins that decorate the building, Saunders has been building and adding to the Dolphin House for decades. He made concrete from the island's sand and created the interior from scraps that washed up on the beach.
The authority called the first mosaic "breathtaking" and "among the most beautiful" in Israel. It depicts roaring lions, elephants in battle, giraffes and dolphins. The recent excavation in 2014 was to prepare for the construction of a visitor centre to ...