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Programming on Channel 13 in Falmouth, comes from members who produced more than 600 hours of first run local programs last year. FCTV's programming is also available streaming on the Internet. Virtually every aspect of Falmouth society is reflected on its channel, community issues and concerns, arts and entertainment, and local events.
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In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll check in with the staff of the Island Queen to see what they’re doing to keep Falmouth Harbor free from trash, learn about how the Woods Hole Film Festival is adapting to the virtual world, and spotlight a Falmouth resident who’s received a special state-wide recognition. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
Hundreds of hungry Falmouth area residents made their way to the Waquoit Congregational Church on June 18th in hopes of getting a taste of a delicious drive-thru dinner while raising funds to benefit racial justice. As it turned out, the event was a huge success. Here’s a look at how it went
Masks for Falmouth is a group of women in the Falmouth area who are concerned about the risks of transmission of the Covid-19 virus and have banded together to make non-medical cotton face masks for those who need them. The masks are provided free of charge to Falmouth residents and employees.
Falmouth Community Television is committed to helping support our local businesses as they transition during the changing phases of reopening during the Coronavirus pandemic. FCTV spoke to local restaurateur Bobby Jarvis about the challenges he’s faced as he welcomes customers back to his three restaurants.
The challenge of maintaining social distancing will face all Falmouth beach-goers this season, so we checked in with Falmouth’s Acting Beach Superintendent Maggie Clayton to see how her Department is adapting to the new beach regulations and what beachgoers can expect along our shores.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll give you an update on how the spread of the Covid-19 virus has impacted how we’ll enjoy Falmouth’s beaches this summer, learn about a group of Falmouth Women who are making fabric face masks for anyone who lives or works in our community, and stop by a wildly successful Safe Plates event fundraiser. All this and much mo