Upcoming Events at CapeSpace - April-May 2018

A little something for everyone...


The Life-Changing Power of Positive Psychology


4 Part Workshop

Presented by Lisa Brown, a Positive Psychology Life and Relationship Coach, dedicated to helping people create and enjoy thriving relationships by becoming their best self. Lisa shares through self-awareness, incredible insights, and new tools how to increase your personal happiness. With a fresh perspective you will learn how to see things differently, to let go of the negative and appreciate the positive. In the process you will start to feel great about yourself and uncover a new excitement for your current or future relationship.


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The Coach is In!

Fridays 8:30 – 10:00AM

By popular demand the coaches are back!

The coaches will be holding office hours here at CapeSpace offering 25-minute introductory coaching sessions. The sessions are nearly free – we ask for a $10 donation that will go directly to the MSPCA to help take care of needy animals.


Upcoming Sessions:

Friday, April 13 with Laurie

Register for 8:30

Register for 9:00

Register for 9:30


Friday, April 20 with Maggie

Register for 8:30

Register for 9:00

Register for 9:30


Friday, April 27 with Gene

Register for 8:30

Register for 9:00

Register for 9:30







The Speaker Sisterhood Speakup

Launch Party!

Wednesday, April 18

CapeSpace is excited to be hopsting the Speaker Sisterhood Speakup Launch Party brought to you by Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine.

Featuring dynamic speakers Lisa Oliver, President & CEO of the Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, Angela Lussier, Founder & CEO of Speaker Sisterhood, and special guest Bobbie Carlton, Founder of Innovation Women.


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Art Retreat Weekend with Jenn Shurkus


Saturday & Sunday, April 14 & 15

Master paper crafter Jenn Shurkus is back with her popular Art Retreat Weekend workshop.  Participants will create beautiful paper cards and other objects with Jenn’s expert tutoring. Jenn usually packs the house for these events so register as early as possible. We can hardly wait to see the works of art that come out of these workshops!


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This Month’s Book:  Thinking Fast & Slow by Daniel Kahneman


Thursday, April 19, 2018

Noon – 1:00 AM

The CapeSpace No-Book Book Club meets once a month. We choose a topical business book with relevance to local businesses, and all you have to do is show up. We will either present a short video about the book or hand out a short synopsis of the book that you can read upon arrival in 15 minutes or less. Then Professor Safferstone will facilitate a lively discussion about the book. So that’s right –  you don’t have to read the book!


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Headshots & LinkedIn

with Tricia White


Thursday, April 19

Update your image with a new professional headshot and learn about how LinkedIn can be a great tool for your business and career. CapeSpace is delighted to welcome back our friend Tricia White of T.White Creations, an expert on branding, marketing and social media, to lead a discussion on getting the most out of LinkedIn. And we will also have talented young local photographer Alyson Hickey who will shoot a great headshot for you to use on LinkedIn or anywhere else you need one.


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Facebook Privacy Settings

with Dylan Steven of 118 Group


Tuesday, May 1

In the past few weeks we have all begun rethinking our use of Facebook. Should we really delete it? And if not, what do we need to be concerned about? There are privacy settings but who understands what they all actually do? Dylan does!


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