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April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month and in Massachusetts alone, more than seventeen thousand people over the age of sixty are diagnosed and living with P-D., and many of those individuals reside on Cape Cod. The American Parkinson Disease Association, or A-P-D-A, is the largest grassroots network dedicated to fighting this disease. For more information about A-P-D-A programs, services, and support, visit their website at apdaparkinson.org.
The Cahoon Museum of American Art recently opened its doors for the season with a new exhibit featuring the works of Scott Prior. We spoke with Director and Curator Sarah Johnson to learn more about the exhibit. To visit the Cahoon museum, check out registration information on their website, cahoonmuseum.org.
Heroes in Transition is holding their sixth annual Ruck-4-HIT challenge weekend later this month and we spoke with Executive Director Nicole Spencer about the plans for this hybrid event. This year's challenge weekend is April 30th through May 2nd. To learn more visit heroesintransition.org
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we'll check in with the American Parkinson Disease Association during Parkinson's Awareness Month, learn about Heroes in Transition who is holding their sixth annual Ruck-4-HIT challenge weekend later this month, visit The Cahoon Museum of American Art that recently opened its doors for the season with a new exhibit featuring the works of Scott Prior, go to Falmouth High School that began its “Fall 2” opening season th
The Enterprise newspaper is steeped in a rich history of covering the Falmouth community. We caught up with Publisher, Bill Hough, to discuss some of the changes that have taken place spanning four generations of his family's ownership of the paper. The Enterprise today publishes four newspapers, having added editions in Bourne, Sandwich and Mashpee.
In this episode, we'll check in with Penny Duby of the Upper Cape Women's Coalition as we recognize International Women's Day, learn about the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition's work to prevent breast cancer, celebrate 100 years of the Falmouth Enterprise, check in with local yoga instructor Niisa Morton for some tips on how to align your spine and improve your posture for her monthly “Be Well” segment, hear from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution about the Oce