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 a Cape Cod Native as he bicycles across the U.S. to raise awareness of the power and potential of living sober, stop by a local Falmouth farm that has formed a collaboration with The 300 Committee, and take a look at how a new partnership is benefitting the Falmouth Public Schools. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
As Covid-19 has disrupted all of our lives and caused concerns about the food supply chain that supplies our traditional grocery stores, more and more Falmouth residents have tried their hand at growing their own backyard gardens. A local non-profit, Farming Falmouth, has created the Share Your Bounty program that will allow backyard gardeners to donate their extra produce to those in need.
Before Senator Ed Markey won his primary election on September 1st, his bus tour made a stop in Falmouth on August 27th for an early vote rally as part of his Leads and Delivers bus tour across the commonwealth. FCTV was there as he greeted supporters on the Village Green.
Cape Cod is a stranding hotspot for many marine animals. The National Marine Life Center helps these animals rehabilitate and then releases them back into the wild. FCTV spoke with President and Executive Director Kathy Zagzebski to see what this year’s summer season has been like for them. If you want to learn more about the National Marine Life Center and their many programs visit their website NMLC.org or check them out on Facebook.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll visit the Falmouth Farmer’s Market to see how excess produce is benefitting the needy in Falmouth, stop by a local business to see how they’ve adapted during Covid-19, and say goodbye to summer with a Digital CLOC finale. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll check in with the Falmouth Water Department to learn about the latest water restrictions in Town, hear how our Chamber of Commerce is supporting local businesses during the pandemic, and get an update from the College Light Opera Company during their virtual season. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
In previous episodes of Falmouth in Focus, we’ve been featuring some of our local restaurants in an effort to share their stories of how they’ve been coping during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce Board and staff work each day to develop, advance, and promote the commercial retail, industrial, economic, professional, cultural, educational and civic interests of Falmouth.