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In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we get an update on the condition of Falmouth beaches, honor our veterans on at a breakfast at the Flying Bridge, and stop by the Alternative Gift Market at St. Barnabas Church. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
Angel is a sweet, senior Maltese who recently came into the shelter. She loves to go on walks, is fully house trained, and is a great lap dog. She came from a quiet home. Because she is small and a bit shy, she would likely do best with a family without small children. However, she loves to be with humans, and loves to go for car rides.
The 13th annual Upper Cape Alternative Gift Market is an interfaith effort by eight congregations to help 10 local and 10 global tax-exempt organizations which are focused on Cape Cod, the environment or at-risk people around the world. Visitors buy gifts in honor of friends or family members in order to support the work of these non-profit organizations
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we get a tour of the on-going construction at the new Falmouth Senior Center, take a walk with the Night Watchman at the Museums on the Green, and learn about a program bringing attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus
The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative public awareness campaign between the Falmouth Police Department and over one hundred and fifty public safety agencies across the U.S. to promote breast cancer awareness. The program centers on pink versions of the Department’s uniform patch, which are worn by the officers as a way to raise awareness about this devastating disease.
Every year around Halloween, the veil between worlds is at its thinnest. Historical sites are magnets for spirits, and the 1790 Dr. Francis Wicks House at Falmouth’s Museums on the Green seems to be the local epicenter of ghostly activity. We stopped by to get a tour with the museum’s night watchman.