It's the first week of March, daylight savings kicks in this weekend and St Patrick's Day comes in on the 17th and Spring, yes I said spring roars in on the 20th. We have almost made it through this wacky winter weather that honestly I can not remember anything quite like this in past years. March also means the start of Red Sox training camp and dreams of another World Series stir in our heads. Than there is March Maddness, and the holy grail of college basketball. And let's not forget about spring break begin this month for many colleges. I do a morning pick me up letter that I send out to about a dozen folk around the country and hit the highlights of the day with interesting facts and just insight and I include the interesting and weird observances for that day. Along that line just staying with the month of March theme, there are an additional minimum of 50 plus other monthly observances that go on. I will save boring your with listing them all out, and this list does not even touch the weekly observances, let alone to say the daily notations. So what does all this have to do with the Cape, well as you look a the list you begin to see there are many things that involve different groups or organization that have connections to the Cape. For instance, there is Wildlife Week, or National Week of Ocean Festival Sea-son, and the list goes on. As March rattles on in and you feel left out, looking for something to do, get involve with some of the local groups that could use your help. The Cape is full of Nature trail and paths that local groups are looking for help to spruce up and clean up now that the weather is about to turn better. There are organizations that need help in counting birds and their migration habits. There are opportunities to help with other wildlife observation or help rebuilding trails through preserved nature areas that have been set aside for the public to enjoy. So what is your love and passion, March is a wonderful time to get involve as we begin to move out of winter and spring forward into exciting warmer times of the year. Don't become a complete couch potato or a lazy boy clam. Stop being a lumbering lobster and get out and become part of your local community, the Cape has so much to offer, and sometimes those that are in an area everyday forget just how good you really have it.