Is it your dream to find your forever home on Cape Ann?

Is it your dream to find your forever home on Cape Ann? I’m Katelyn Ciaramitaro and I’d love to sit down with you to discuss your housing wants and needs in our beautiful community.

If you’re considering a move here, or are considering listing your property for sale, feel free to fill out this form and I’ll contact you to discuss how we can make that work together.

You can follow me for updates on local real estate trends at https://www.facebook.com/katelynevbythesea

As a lifelong resident of the North Shore, I love all that our area has to offer. Growing up in Hamilton, I enjoyed living in a small cul-de-sac neighborhood where seeing horseback riders in the woods of my back yard was a common occurrence. 

Soon after graduating college, I began my career in travel as Sales Manager for Unique Vacations Inc., Worldwide Representatives of Sandals and Beaches Resorts where I was named Sales Manager of the Year for the Northeast Region. As my love for travel developed, I decided to continue my career as the Regional Director of Sales for AIC Hotel Group representing resorts in the all-inclusive and luxury market. The best part about working in travel is connecting individuals and families with their dream vacation. In real estate, I will continue to make dreams come true by matching you with your dream home.  

I currently live in Gloucester with my husband Joey Ciaramitaro of Good Morning Gloucester, my son and step-daughters. Gloucester provides its residents with not only the serenity of the ocean but with diverse restaurants, small shops and a magnitude of history. My favorite part about living in Gloucester is jumping on our boat, cruising down the Annisquam River and ending the evening by boat at any one of our favorite restaurants.  Gloucester is truly a magical place to live.  I look forward to welcoming you here. 

Katelyn Ciaramitaro

email me: katelyn.ciaramitaro@engelvoelkers.com

Back Stage at the Superbowl

Imagine being in college on 2007 and being asked to volunteer for an event helping build a stage.

Now fast forward to 14 years later and that first event you volunteered for has been listed as one of the “Greatest Super Bowl Halftime Performances of All Time” and you were part of it and witnessed it from backstage.

That is only the beginning of the story of our guest this week Lamarr Rollins! BSide and Lamarr have known each other for 10 years this month and she has been trying for 4 years to get him to come on the show, IT FINALLY HAPPENED!

Come take a journey with Bside and Lamarr on what it is like to be part of the Super Bowl halftime show, how to juggle a full time architect job and how to pull off a Halftime show in a Pandemic. Also Lamarr asks some of B’s burning questions she’s had over the years and expresses her loathing for Maroon 5.

Stick through some the rants as Lamarr drops behind the scene knowledge on us as well as talking about the family he’s come to know volunteering every year and how they are doing in the Pandemic era.

Free Streaming Nia and Restorative Yoga Classes via Zoom with Linda for the Week of Feb. 22th Last week for Disney Songs routine . Restorative Yoga Mon. and Wed. 5 PM

Cape Ann Wellness

We’ll do the Disney routine for one more week per requests from a number of students.  Next week we will revisit our Blusey Country routine.

This Disney routine focuses on the hands and feet.The body parts we take the most for granted, until they are painful.

So join us and we’ll have fun singing and dancing to Disney Songs. Here’s a sneak preview of one of my favorite finds, an a cappella version of“I Wanna Be Like You”from the Jungle Book sung by DCappella.

For Restorative Yoga, find some cushions, large books, yoga blocks, blankets, whatever you can use instead of bolsters and blocks. We make it work. For more information on Restorative yoga, check out my site, niawithlinda.com. It is a lovely passive practice that gives the participant relaxation and calm. Who couldn’t use that right now.

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@FishermenGHS News 2/21/21

Another great GHS student-athlete honored by being named the January Moynihan Lumber Student-Athlete of the Month. Congratulations Mia, very well deserved!!

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Boys Hockey 4pm Today vs Danvers. Best of luck to our 4 Seniors & thank you for all your efforts through the years. Live stream available at Cape Ann Live! Facebook page – including Sr Day ceremony: https://facebook.com/groups/CapeAnnLive…

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Best of luck to the Gymnastics Team today in their season finale, especially Senior Martina Gallo. Thank you for your hard work over the past 4 years!!

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A little past due on our end, but we are very happy to announce Jr Andrew Coelho as the December Male Recipient of the Moynihan Student-Athlete of the Month. A tremendous leader on & off the field for GHS.

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What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? We are thrilled to be performing a set in the Music to Life showcase in the Folk Unlocked Virtual Conference on Monday Feb 22 at 10:20PM

 

. The band worked hard remotely to create a 15min set of songs and we’re pretty proud of the results.

Usually, this in-person version of this amazing event is only available to artists and industry professionals, but this year you can tune in! #HOPERISES #FolkUnlocked #FolkAlliance #MusictoLife

LINK TO THE HOPE RISES SHOWCASE: https://folkunlocked.pathable.co/meetings/vFBgiCDLayXSwePW6
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PHOTO CONTEST FOR ROCKPORT ROTARY CALENDAR FUNDRAISER

CALLING ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS!

The Rockport Rotary Club will be producing a 2022 raffle calendar as their fundraiser this year and is requesting submissions for the twelve monthly featured photos.  The photos should be taken in Rockport and emphasize qualities that make Rockport a special place to live, work and visit in every season of the year.

  The contest will run from February 20, 2021 to March 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM.  Please submit high quality digital photos to photos@rockportrotary.org and include your name, mailing address, email address and phone number.  A stipend of $50 will be sent to each successful applicant.

  Please send any questions to photos@rockportrotary.org

GloucesterCast 471 Live From The Emerson Inn with Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Kimberley Voltero, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac, Nichole Schrafft, Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 2/21/21

 

GloucesterCast 471 with Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Kimberley Voltero, Chris McCarthy, Scottie Mac, Nichole Schrafft, Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 2/21/21

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PJoey and Kate Got Their  Ipswich River Craft “TIDE TOGETHER” Naughtical Letter Sign!
Ipswich River Craft – Custom Nautical Signs

·www.ipswichrivercraft.com/

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Seven Swans a Swimming

We saw these beautiful swans last week in Medford. One appeared to be trying to camouflage by stepping into the snow to hide. The younger swans were feasting on berries from the shoreline bushes. I hadn’t seen them eat anything except seaweed before. They were just going about their business as if the eagle wasn’t right on the other side of the dam showing off his ice fishing skills for us. It’s a great spot for bird watchers.

Collaborative Public Art Projects to Reinvigorate Gloucester in 2021 Thanks to Funding from Essex County Community Foundation

Cape Ann Community

Projects include Agri-Culture, led by Gloucester-based food access and urban agriculture nonprofit Backyard Growers

Gloucester, Mass., February 18, 2021 – After a long winter in isolation, the Gloucester community will come to life through new public art projects that seek to promote hope, connection, and diversity. Agri-Culture, headed by nonprofit organization Backyard Growers in collaboration with Gloucester Housing Authority and Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, is just one of six new collaborative public art and creative placemaking projects being funded by Essex County Community Foundation’s Creative County Initiative (CCI). Launched in 2018 through a partnership with the Barr Foundation, CCI is designed to elevate arts, culture and the creative economy in Essex County. 

Agri-Culture is a project that will use storytelling, multimedia arts, and a participatory design process to create dynamic spaces in and around the community garden managed by Backyard Growers at Willowood Park, a Gloucester Housing Authority…

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