The Latest COVID-19 Information In Falmouth
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Falmouth Community Television is offering its popular “Vacation Animation Camp” for children aged seven to twelve. This in-person program will be offered over a four-day period during the spring break from school, Tuesday through Friday, April 20-23. There will be two sessions offered each day, a morning session from 10:00 am to noon and an afternoon session from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Each session offered will have an eight-student limit as space is limited. COVID-19 protocols including social distancing and mask-wearing will be followed and required of all participants.
Another evening of fun and entertainment provided by you - and your friends and neighbors! Thursday, APRIL 22, 7:00 PM
Suggested Theme: "Hope Springs Eternal"
Register by Wednesday, April 21 by emailing Andrew Richards: email@example.com
Heroes in Transition is holding their sixth annual Ruck-4-HIT challenge weekend later this month and we spoke with Executive Director Nicole Spencer about the plans for this hybrid event. This year's challenge weekend is April 30th through May 2nd. To learn more visit heroesintransition.org
The Cahoon Museum of American Art recently opened its doors for the season with a new exhibit featuring the works of Scott Prior. We spoke with Director and Curator Sarah Johnson to learn more about the exhibit. To visit the Cahoon museum, check out registration information on their website, cahoonmuseum.org.
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month and in Massachusetts alone, more than seventeen thousand people over the age of sixty are diagnosed and living with P-D., and many of those individuals reside on Cape Cod. The American Parkinson Disease Association, or A-P-D-A, is the largest grassroots network dedicated to fighting this disease. For more information about A-P-D-A programs, services, and support, visit their website at apdaparkinson.org.