Coming from Don and The History Press:
May 24, 2021:
Cape Cod Shipwrecks:
Stories of Tragedy & Triumph
Register here for Don's Shipwrecks program
hosted by the Falmouth Museums on the Green
April 14, 7 p.m.
What they're saying ...
Looking forward to this. We’ll certainly add to our collection one for circulating and one for our local history collection.
— Falmouth (Mass.) Public Library, 2021
Don Wilding … calls himself a storyteller, but he is also somewhat of a scholar. He’s a very dynamic man who pulls you into the stories of Cape Cod.
— Rhoda Flaxman, Retired Professor of Literature, Brown University, and Founder, Open University of Wellfleet, 2017
(Don Wilding’s) heart and writing pad are firmly entrenched in the dunes of the Outer Cape.
— The Cape Cod Voice, 2001
If you get the chance to meet Don, or read his book, or see his presentation, I highly recommend you do.
— Peter Doherty, English Department, Tahanto Regional High School, Boylston, Mass.
(Don Wilding’s) history pieces … are among The Cape Codder (newspaper’s) high points.
New England Newspaper & Press Association, 2019
You’re continuing to tell these stories, and as we’re losing our heroes of the old Cape, you’re maintaining that. Everyone should keep an eye on where you are and what you’re speaking about in your different engagements.
Robby McQueeney ("The Dune Tramp"), WOMR-FM, Provincetown
(Don’s) scholarship (is) certainly evident. (He is) most knowledgeable about Cape history.
Betty McIntyre, Landfall Sailing Club