PrimeTime Cape Cod is a quarterly magazine published by the Cape Cod Times.
PrimeTime Cape Cod is a free quarterly magazine, published by the Cape Cod Times, designed to inform and entertain our readership of folks fifty(ish) and older. The scope of our subjects is broad, but most stories share a common denominator -- shining a light on the fascinating people of Cape Cod. Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall issues can be found at favorite locations from Provincetown to both bridges.
Are you 50 or older and dating on the Cape and Islands. Share your experiences - good, bad and ugly - for a story in PrimeTime Cape Cod. Contact Gwenn Friss at [email protected] or call 508-862-1155.
Pick up your free Fall issue of PRIMETIME CAPE COD magazine at favorite locations from Provincetown to both bridges. Or swing by the Cape Cod Times and grab an issue. Each story is a powerful antidote to the negative forces swirling around in our midst. This issue is filled with evidence of hope, compassion and the kindness of strangers -- Retired volunteers are saving a species, one tiny turtle at a time ... A pioneering organization in Falmouth, also fueled by volunteers, brings the aging-in-place movement to the Cape ... And we introduce a new column -- "Transitions," because midlife and beyond is all about change. You can also take a look at primetimecapecod.com.
Event: Women’s Health Initiative Educational Program 10th Anniversary Celebration sponsored by Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation
Featuring keynote speaker Rebekah Gregory, Boston Marathon bombing survivor.
Panel discussions led by Cape Cod Healthcare physicians and professionals. Topics include breast health, menopause, caring for aging parents, end-of-life-discussions.
When: 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., August 24
Where: Cape Codder Resort & Spa
1225 Iyannough Road, Hyannis
Tickets: $75. Includes light breakfast, lunch
Register by: calling 508-862-5653 or online at https://support.givetocapecodhealth.org/WHI
If you're a poet missing our writing contest, here's an option for you...
The Cultural Center's 10th Annual
National & Regional Poetry Competition
A National Prize of $1000 will be awarded for a single, unpublished poem that has not won 1st prize in any national competition. Open to all U.S. residents 18 years & older. A Regional Prize of $250 will be awarded for a single, unpublished poem (that has not won 1st prize in any national competition) by an adult resident of Cape Cod, Nantucket, or Martha's Vineyard. All Cape and Islands poets are also eligible for the National Award. A committee will judge.
Submit up to three poems of any style or subject totaling no more than five pages with an entry fee of $15 by June 20, 2016 (postmark). Full Guidelines are available under Submissions on our web site. www.cultural-center.org
In the January issue of PrimeTime Cape Cod we talk with Max Sarazin, Korean War Marine Corps veteran and full-time caregiver. One of the things that has brought fun and diversion into Max's life, along with an outlet for socializing, is his lifelong love of model trains, an interest that grew into model railroading, which is a lot more involved than just watching trains circle. Enjoy! And Merry Christmas!
The Weona Railroad
Readers may remember the story we did on Army National Guard COL Tony Dingmann and his service dog, Jeremy. Jeremy was involved in a hit-and-run accident and underwent emergency veterinary care. A Go Fund Me account has been initiated to cover future costs for Jeremy's care. This man and his dog has given so much to others with post traumatic stress disorder. Even if the goal has been met, anyone who owns a pet knows that expense often surpass estimates. Please consider a donation of any amount.
A military veteran is happy to have his companion back home.
Some of you may remember the story we ran in PrimeTime Cape Cod on Tony Dingmann, psychiatrist and colonel in the Army National Guard, and his then 22-month-old golden retriever service dog, Jeremy. Although, the financial goal has been met to cover the veterinary expenses for Jeremy after a hit-and-run accident, anyone who has a pet knows how costs often surpass the estimate. If you care to, I'm sure your support would be greatly appreciated by this man and dog, who have given so much to others who suffer from PTSD.
My father's (Colonel Tony Dingmann) psychiatric service dog, Jeremy was in a hit and run car accident on Saturday, December 5. Since then, Jeremy has undergone emergency surgery to repair a herniated diaphragm and remove his ruptured spleen. He has sustained three fractured ribs and bruised liv...
Hurry! You can still get your October issue of PrimeTime Cape Cod, but not for long. Soon it will be replaced with the November issue, which features a story about Bourne's pickleball program. Catch the craze!
If you're reading the May issue, you'll notice there are no details on the annual plant sale at the fairgrounds in the Garden story. Here are the details:
Save these dates
Master Gardeners Association of Cape Cod
Annual Plant Sale
9 a.m. May 16
Cape Cod Fairgrounds
1220 Nathan Ellis Highway
East Falmouth, MA 02536
In addition to the sale’s usual offerings, there will be a section specializing in plants that feed pollinators and their larval forms, and one featuring common and unusual herbs, including epazote, which is used in traditional Mexican dishes.
Evening in the Garden
4 to 5:30 p.m.
June 1, July 6, August 3 and September 14
Cape Cod Fairground
Sheriff Jim Cummings is full of great stories, hard facts and a drive to never see the people he serves a second time. While the national average for recidivism is 62%, at Barnstable County Correctional Facility, Sheriff Cummings has that number down to 30-40% in the general population and much lower for an intense, high-discipline program that addresses drug addiction, anger management, parenting, work, living arrangements, continued treatment and the insurance to cover it. You can read his story in the upcoming issue of PrimeTime Cape Cod, on stands starting today and tomorrow.
Look for the Cape Cod Ski Club on the cover of the February issue of PrimeTIme Cape Cod, which is on the stands now.
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