Contact my real estate maven wife Katelyn Ciaramitaro- You need to see this COMPLETELY RENOVATED home in one of East Gloucester’s most desired areas!

Katelyn Ciaramitaro, Sales Agent for Five Mark Realty Group, has been in sales for the last 20 years specializing in Business Development. Her career in Real Estate has quickly become successful. She has helped buyers and sellers throughout the North Shore and Boston. As a lifelong resident of the area, including Hamilton and currently Gloucester, she loves everything this area has to offer from gorgeous waterfront homes to tree lined neighborhoods. Katelyn’s passion is helping buyers in their search to find their dream home. As your Realtor, Katelyn will assist you every step of the way to make the process seamless and smooth.

As a Gloucester resident, Katelyn takes advantage of all the beauty and fun Cape Ann has to offer. In the summer, you will likely see her on her boat with family and friends, cruising down the Annisquam River. She also loves to spend time with her family, traveling and staying active!

Contact Katelyn 978-473-0922

Join Us For The Stream Of The GloucesterCast 9:00AM Sunday 10/23/22 Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

Join Us For The Stream Of The GloucesterCast 9:00AM Sunday 10/23/22

Link to join here- www.facebook.com/goodmorninggloucester

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If you subscribe to the GloucesterCast Podcast it will be emailed to you so if you miss it you can still access it through the free email! Link to subscribe here

Magnolia Cafe Now Hiring!

Magnolia Cafe is looking for line cooks, dishwashers, prep cooks, pizza makers and front of house staff. Do you think you would make a great fit to join our team? Send us an email today at info@mymagcafe.com

You can also message us on facebook if you would like to apply: https://www.facebook.com/magnoliacafe22

We look forward to hearing from you😀

Seaport Grille for Weekday Lunch

I particularly enjoy Seaport Grille on Rogers St. in the fall and winter when it is a bit quieter around here. I enjoy the hustle and bustle of spring and fall but “off season” can be fun too. We had lunch recently at the bar. I had the turkey club with onion rings and Jim had non alcoholic beer (Sober October) with his haddock sandwich. I am glad we stopped by. It felt like returning to a friend’s home after a long absence.

 Upcoming November 2022 Concerts at Annisquam Village Church . 820 Washington Street . Gloucester MA Fortissimo, Pianissimo and ‘Moore’ for Annisquam Series

Fortissimo, Pianissimo and ‘Moore’ for Annisquam Series

Two concerts that uniquely command a listener’s sensibilities are offered at the Annisquam Village Church this November. On a day when the clocks are turned back, one may go back farther…all the way to the Renaissance and Baroque.  Early music finds an ideal acoustic at the Village Church when  Kevin Birch performs on Sunday, November 6 at 3 PM.  In addition to the resident instruments at the Village Church, Birch brings his own instrument, based on a late 18th c. clavichord of Manuel Carmo (Portuguese), illustrating the qualities that make these keyboards the ‘instrument of choice’ for studying organ literature. The delicate sound produced by metal tangents lifting the strings from underneath is so intimate that one ‘leans in’ to hear its remarkable nuance above the clamors of modern life. Pairing this delicacy with the prodigious sounds of the King of Instruments, with early works that evolved into later ones, and with folk tunes that evolved into complex ones, Birch makes the case with all four of the Adams instruments:  the Great Organ, chamber organ, harpsichord, clavichord, and even ….shhh!…a ‘mystery instrument.’  Birch introduced them all in 2016 as part of Adams’s Cape Ann Museum exhibit  “Voicing the Woods.”

Birch holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Iowa with previous studies at the Sweelinck Conservatory (Amsterdam) and at New England Conservatory with Yuko Hayashi, graduating with Distinction in Performance. He serves as Organist and Director of Music at St. John’s Catholic Church in Bangor, Maine, as Executive Director of St. John’s Organ Society and as a member of the music faculty at the University of Maine School of the Performing Arts.   

This performance includes works of Frescobaldi, Dandrieu, Byrd, and Bach. The church is well ventilated and spacious; donations are gratefully accepted to support the music program and the care of these instruments.

“Listening Party” brings the audience to latter-day music on Sunday, November 20 at 3 PM, featuring AVC’s Artist-in-Residence, Violinist Scott Moore. Commissioned to write a score for the Louisville Ballet’s “As You Like It,”  Moore provides an inside look at the processes that produce such a large work. Answering the form and gestures of Shakespeare’s beloved play, Moore’s collaborations with dance, choreography, and design result in fresh interpretations of Arden Forest,  the lovely Rosalind, the pastoral surroundings and characters, and the jests of Touchstone. Premiered in August, the ballet preceded Moore’s appointment as Concertmaster of the Cape Ann Symphony. Recordings from the rehearsals and performance enhance Moore’s chronicle. 

Harbor Cove Dental Team Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Cape Ann Wellness

We need your help! Please help us pick the winning pumpkin for our HCD Team Pumpkin Decorating Contest. There are 7 pumpkins. Each one has a number. Just comment the number 1 – 7 of the pumpkin you like the best. We’ll announce the winner on 10/24/2022. 🎃 CLICK ANY PIC AND SCROLL THROUGH.

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