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With Summer right around the corner a number of places are beginning to open their doors again for the season. We stopped by Heritage Museums and Gardens which just opened the last week of April and spoke with the director of visitor engagement Heather Mead to see what people can look forward to this season. For the latest information about restrictions and ticket availability you can visit HeritageMuseumsandGardens.Org.
The Falmouth Garden Club has a long-standing tradition of planting trees in Falmouth, and as part of its 90th Anniversary Celebration, it recently made a significant contribution for the creation of pollinator gardens at the site of the new community orchard at Tony Andrews Farm. Go to falmouthgardenclub.org for more information about membership.
The early days and hours of an oil spill or other environmental emergency are often critical to mitigating potential damage. As a result, the capability to respond rapidly to such an emergency, especially in remote or hard-to-reach locations, is one that the US Coast Guard has identified as important to its mission, and one that it is turning to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to help develop.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll celebrate Arbor Day with the Falmouth Garden Club at Tony Andrews Farm, get a front row seat for a practice launch of a new WHOI Autonomous Underwater Vehicle, and get Troy’s Take on one of the most popular sports in Falmouth: Pickleball. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.
We had 3 participants from Morse Pond at this years April Vacation Animation. All 3 students had fun creating their own stories and characters. The students then used basic Stop Motion techniques as well as video editing to create their own short animated stories. Best Friends Forever by Briell Tim's Tree by Angelo Mountain Adventure by Robert
Oreo is a cute black and white domestic short hair female. This 3 year old has black on her upper half, white on her lower half, and an adorable black smudge on her nose. She is quite a shy little girl who is sweet and loves attention once she gets to know you a bit. Although, right now she is showing us much more of her shy side. Oreo was rescued from down south and her previous foster reports that she's quite the social butterfly once she settles in.
Covid-19 shuttered the “twenty-twenty” Falmouth Commodores baseball season, but there are plans to have the team return to the diamond at Guv Fuller Field this summer. FCTV Member Chris Smallis checked in with Commodores President Chuck Sturtevant to learn more. Go to falmouthcommodores.com to get information about supporting the Commodores, or becoming a host family.
The Falmouth Road Race was established in 1973 and has become one of the premier running events of the summer season. After the Coronavirus outbreak altered plans in twenty-twenty and transitioned to a virtual event, this summer hopes to see a return to a limited in-person race. FCTV caught up with Falmouth Road Race Executive Director Jennifer Edwards at the finish line in Falmouth Heights to learn more.
Located on Brick Kiln Road, The Falmouth Dog Park was created to provide a welcoming, safe, and environmentally - sensitive dog park for use by residents, visitors, and their pets. As they approach their 10th anniversary, we stopped by to speak to President Barb Schneider about all the park has to offer to our furry friends. For more information about the Falmouth Dog Park, go to falmouthdogpark.com.