FCTV To Present Special Live Community Media Day Program Wednesday Night, October 20

Falmouth - At their meeting on October 4th, the Falmouth Select Board proclaimed Wednesday, October 20th as “Community Media Day” in Falmouth, resolving that Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) “plays a vital role in the building of our community by encouraging conversations about our common interests, increasing discourse around policy issues, fostering understanding of local cultures, and sharing information to improve our lives.”

FCTV Exclusive: American Parkinson Disease Association Optimism Walk

The American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Chapter held its 3rd annual Cape Cod Optimism Walk at Falmouth High School on September 19th. This year, the walk's official honoree was prominent community activist Jay Zavala, and long time FCTV Member, recognized for his tireless commitment to the Parkinson Support Network , the A-P-D-A, and his “fellow Parkies” across Cape Cod and beyond.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Return to School Anxiety

If you or anyone you know is a parent with children.. who have recently headed back to school .. then this segment is for YOU! Patty Burke, a certified health coach and Falmoluth in Focus contributor, joins us to provide valuable tips and resources for managing fear and anxiety that your family might be experiencing with this year’s Back to School environment, amid the Covid-19 Delta variant.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Falmouth Historical Society 2020/2021 Heritage Awards

Covid has forced many local organizations to cancel in person events or move them to a virtual format during the past eighteen months. One group of award winners from 2020 was recently celebrated at an outdoor event at the Museums on the Green, and FCTV was there to help recognize five extraordinary women who have provided outstanding leadership and made significant contributions to the Falmouth community.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

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