What a strange week it has been! Cold, warm, misty, drizzly, and windy. Very, very windy. But, oh, that light! If you can’t find spring anywhere in our gray and damp Cape Cod landscape, just enjoy the light.
For me, it’s been a week of busy days. Planning for summer and fall programs already, getting settled in my new job at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum and writing, lots of writing.
My April Vacation programs are now listed online and open for registration.
Many of you know I’m finishing up my dummy for a picture book. I am hoping that will go out to a few publishers next week. I am also finishing a draft of a middle grade novel and hope to work on a final draft over the summer so I can send it out early in the fall to agents.
In the meantime I am writing my weekly columns, which I still love all these years later. I am also writing features and reviews for the Barnstable Patriot almost every week. This week I am adding the links to some of those below.
My Nature’s Way column for this week can be found at http://orleans.wickedlocal.com/entertainmentlife/20170324/natures-ways-day-by-day
My Weekly Nature Watch column is here http://www.capenews.net/columns/weekly-nature-watch-it-s-springtime-at-last/article_ab1e1d2c-48d3-5473-9662-7ebb4d8f3199.html
There’s a fabulous new show at the Cahoon Museum of American Art http://www.barnstablepatriot.com/news/20170323/landmark-exhibit-opens-at-cahoon-museum-in-cotuit
Nancy Rubin Stuart will be reading from her latest manuscript at the Hyannis Public Library next Wednesday http://www.barnstablepatriot.com/news/20170323/author-seeks-feedback-from-readers-in-hyannis-library-talk
The Cape Cod Synagogue will be hosting a Kosher Deli Dinner and Dance http://www.barnstablepatriot.com/news/20170323/cape-cod-synagogue-in-hyannis-hosts-annual-kosher-deli-dinner