Shipwreck on Newcomb's Hollow
Welcome to the Summer issue of CapeWomenOnline. As our lead image suggests, life often requires a sense of humor and the willingness to embrace a new perspective. No matter what is going on in your life, we hope you take some time for yourself to enjoy the uplifting articles featured in this issue.
Summertime is an invitation to slow down and experience the unique culture Cape Cod has to offer. From the Citizens Bank Summer Concert Series to the Cape Cod Museum of Art's Fine Art Auction and Perspectives on the Provincetown Art Colony Exhibit, there is plenty to keep you inspired and entertained.
Living the Dream is Nancy Nicol, Wellfleet's Gallery 5 artist, who found balance between her love for art and her writing.
Our Woman to Watch is Not Just a Fisherman's Daughter, eco-conscious designer Taylor Brown, the youngest shop owner in Chatham.
Columnist Saralee Perel introduces her newest protégé Olayinka Eno Babalola with her debut poem A little Party for Us.
This issue also celebrates the anniversaries of several quintessential Cape Cod institutions: 50 years of the Cape Cod National Seashore, the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies turns 35, the Cape Cod Museum of Art celebrates its 30th anniversary and WE CAN has been helping empower Cape women for 10 years.
Our Letters page features thoughts from our readers that encourage and inspire future issues of this magazine – please keep writing to us!
We look forward to your feedback and thank all our contributors and advertisers who make this magazine possible.
Nicola, Katie & Jane
Beach Bones, by Nancy Nicol
WE CAN Celebrates 10th Anniversary