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Rowena Myers - Battle of Nauset Heights

Bob talks about his old friend Rowena Myers of Orleans.  She lived in the large yellow gothic farmhouse at the head of Town Cove from her birth in 1904 to her death in 1996.  Today: “The Great Battle of Nauset Heights.”

The Snow Library in Orleans will present the annual Rowena Myers Concert Series during January, Saturday afternoons at 4 p.m.  The concerts are funded by a bequest from her estate.

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This is an Archive of A Cape Cod Notebook. It was created in December 2012 and is no longer being updated. Enjoy exploring here. For current postings, please visit capeandislands.org.

by Robert Finch...

Robert Finch is a nature writer living in Wellfleet. 'A Cape Cod Notebook' won the 2006 New England Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Radio Writing.


Robert Finch has lived on and written about Cape Cod for forty years. He is the author of six collections of essays, most recently "The Iambics of Newfoundland" (Counterpoint Press), and co-editor of "The Norton Book of Nature Writing."

His essays can be heard on WCAI every Tuesday at 8:30am and 5:45pm.

 

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