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.
Here are the latest updates from various sources on the Coronavirus public health emergency in Falmouth:
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we'll get an update on the Commodores season for 2021, visit the Falmouth Dog Park as they prepare to celebrate their 10th anniversary, check in with Jennifer Edwards to hear about the plans for the 2021 Asics Falmouth Road Race, hear from Niisa Morton for her monthly Be Well segment, learn about an adoptable cat from People For Cats, get an update from WHOI as the Alvin returns for some timely upgrades, we celebrate the 20th annivers
Located on Brick Kiln Road, The Falmouth Dog Park was created to provide a welcoming, safe, and environmentally - sensitive dog park for use by residents, visitors, and their pets. As they approach their 10th anniversary, we stopped by to speak to President Barb Schneider about all the park has to offer to our furry friends. For more information about the Falmouth Dog Park, go to falmouthdogpark.com.
The Falmouth Road Race was established in 1973 and has become one of the premier running events of the summer season. After the Coronavirus outbreak altered plans in twenty-twenty and transitioned to a virtual event, this summer hopes to see a return to a limited in-person race. FCTV caught up with Falmouth Road Race Executive Director Jennifer Edwards at the finish line in Falmouth Heights to learn more.
Covid-19 shuttered the “twenty-twenty” Falmouth Commodores baseball season, but there are plans to have the team return to the diamond at Guv Fuller Field this summer. FCTV Member Chris Smallis checked in with Commodores President Chuck Sturtevant to learn more. Go to falmouthcommodores.com to get information about supporting the Commodores, or becoming a host family.