Raku Fired Urn, by Daine Heart

Raku Fired Urn, by Daine Heart

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In the Spring issue of CapeWomenOnline we invite you to take a break from the bad news shattering our sense of safety. Once again, earthquakes shook the foundations of our world and left us scrambling, but as James Joyce suggests in his short story Sisters, we can choose to walk along the sunny side of the street.

In these times of great turmoil and change, there are some things that remain constant; the hope found in a flower reaching for the sun, the pleasure of losing yourself in a fabulous book, and the sense of peace nestled in the brush strokes of wonderful art.

Perhaps the greatest constant of all is the deep sense of community that adversity creates. As these articles show, Cape Women embrace one another like sisters, offering a hand wherever it is needed.

In this issue, we feature articles about women who LOVE to live and work on Cape Cod, the land of First Light.

Enjoy the austere beauty of Cape Cod's landscapes in Hillary Osborn's paintings. Discover the exquisite work of Diane Heart, whose tenacity and passion for pottery led to her Living Her Dream.

We'd like you meet Amy Wallace, our featured Woman to Watch, whose work brought her to our sandy shores.

Get ready to ZUMBA Your Way to Better Health and learn about Healing and Health Following Cancer.

Please visit our Letters page, where readers like you tell us how we are doing and what you'd like to see more of.

We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to your feedback. Thank you to our contributors and advertisers who make this magazine possible.

Nicola, Katie & Jane

Letters From Our Readers Continue

Literary Women Creative Women Holistic Health Working Women Life Stories Community Action
  • Donna Costa Gemborys hopes you will Walk With Me this spring in support of Alzheimer's Services of Cape Cod
  • In Children's Clothing Drive: Repaying a Cosmic Debt, student Mariah Orchid Kelley learns that volunteering can become more than just giving up your free time
  • Discover the delicious offerings at Cape Cod's Technical High School and why The Hidden Cove is a Hidden Gem, by Katie O'Sullivan

Megansett Spring, by Hillary Osborn

Amy Wallace, working to keep us safe

Amy Wallace, working to keep us safe

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Celebrating Spring on Cape Cod

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