Falmouth in Focus April 1, 2022

In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we talk with one Falmouth resident who is doing his part to help with the crisis in Ukraine, take a look back at Highfield Hall's Stickwork sculpture that has been captivating visitors for over two years, learn how OpenCape will help businesses and residents on the Cape and Islands improve their internet connectivity, learn about an adoptable dog from Friends of Falmouth Dogs, go fishing for Calico Bass with Ryan Collins of My Fishing Cape Cod, j

Friday, April 1, 2022

FCTV Exclusive: Sunny Paws Rescue

A newly opened non-profit organization based in East Falmouth is striving to find loving homes for homeless and abandoned puppies and dogs, most of whom originate in Texas. Let’s hear more about Sunny Paws Rescue from its founder, Toni Eaton. To learn more about what you can do to help our furry friends, go to their website, sunnypawsrescue.org, or check out their Facebook page

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

FCTV Exclusive: A Place At The Table

Recently, St Barnabas’s Episcopal Church opened its doors for a new program called “A Place at the Table,” where anyone in the community is invited to come in and enjoy a meal. We stopped by to talk with The Reverend Will Mebane and some their volunteers to learn more about this program that provides meals to those in need. A Place at the Table will be held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 11:30am to 1:30pm.

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Falmouth Is Cooking - Ep. 7

As Culinary Director of Highfield Hall & Gardens, Gail Blakely has been teaching cooking and writing about food for almost 30 years. She is best known as the longtime food writer for The Enterprise newspapers, where her column, Gourmets and Good Eaters, is published weekly. Gail is an artisan bread baker who is passionate about sharing her knowledge regarding all things culinary with others. We are excited to have Gail as host of FCTV's newest cooking show, Falmouth Is Cooking.

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

FCTV Exclusive: The Osprey Project

For the past month volunteers around Falmouth have been building platforms to provide safer alternative nesting sites for the 22 osprey nests currently resting on potentially dangerous utility poles. The volunteers are part of the Osprey Project cofounded by Kevin Friel and Barbara Schneider, and on a cold, windy Saturday, Falmouth in Focus was there when the project volunteers installed the first 4 platforms into wetlands around Falmouth.

Monday, March 7, 2022

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