FCTV Exclusive: Village of Scarecrows

Some towns display pumpkins, but Falmouth Village is famous for its striking collection of scarecrows displayed throughout October and November on Main Street downtown. We spoke with Nicole Fox, the marketing director for the Falmouth Village Association, to learn more about this year's event. Congratulations to this year's winner and to all the other nonprofits and businesses that participated in the Village of Scarecrows contest.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Coonamessett River Restoration Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon cutting celebration was held to mark the completion of the Coonamessett River Restoration project. We spoke with Betsy Gladfelter to learn more about the latest addition to the project, an aerial gateway with spectacular views of the river. The town is now looking at restoring the upper part of the Coonamessett River with help from the Mass. Department of Ecological Restoration.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Luminaries of Love

The Luminaries of Love event at the Waquoit Congregational Church is an All Saints Day walk in remembrance of the loved ones that have been lost. Reverend Nell Fields spoke to FCTV about the event. Reverend Fields reports that because of their on-line presence, they received requests from across the globe to light luminaries.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Boston Pride Hockey

Boston’s professional women's hockey team, The Boston Pride, recently came to Falmouth to play an exhibition match against the Toronto Six. We spoke with Team President and Falmouth Olympian champion Colleen Coyne about how the idea came about. The Pride won 2 to 1 in this charity event, and we wish them luck in this year's season.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Heritage Museums and Gardens Halloween 2021

While many Halloween activities had to be canceled this year, the annual Sandwich Halloween Festival at Heritage Museums and Gardens was a major success. We spoke with Director of Visitor Engagement Heather Mead to hear more about the ‘“spooktacular” family festival. Heritage Museums and Gardens is closed for the season but will re-open after Thanksgiving for Gardens-a-glow. Check their website at heritagemuseumsandgardens.org to learn more.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Falmouth In Focus November 5, 2021

In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, join us at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the last phase of the Coonamessett River Restoration Project, visit Waquoit Congregational Church for their annual Luminaries of Love event, walk down main street to view the Village of Scarecrows, hear from former Falmouth Police Chief Anthony Riello on the occasion of the Department's 100th Anniversary, hear from Olympic Champion Colleen Coyne about a charity fundraiser for

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and statistics show that one in eight women will get some form of breast cancer in their lives. We talked with Dr. Lyla Blake of the Community Health Center of Cape Cod, who discusses the importance of early detection, treatment, and to raise awareness to cut those numbers down. Dr. Blake says most women with an average risk should schedule yearly mammograms starting at age 40 unless there is a family history.

Monday, October 25, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Brenda Kingery at the Cahoon Museum of American Art

A new exhibit that launched this month at the Cahoon Museum of American Art is a showcase of paintings by artist Brenda Kingery. Kingery has traveled widely and influences on her work include the artists of the Ryukyuan Islands of Japan, indigenous communities in Mexico and Central America, remote villages in Uganda, as well as powwow celebrations in her native Oklahoma.

Monday, October 25, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Falmouth Education Foundation Prestation

Supporters of the Falmouth Education Foundation gathered at the Coonamessett Inn on October 5th for a showcase of the special projects that they have funded in the schools this year, and FCTV was there for the celebration. The Falmouth Education Foundation has supported innovation and excellence in the Falmouth, Massachusetts public schools since 2006, funding over 800 teacher-created projects.

Monday, October 25, 2021

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