Chilling Winds, Clay Classes, Consumer Reports

Five things to know and do in Falmouth this Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014.

It's going to be chilly on the Cape today. (Louisa Hufstader photo)
It's going to be chilly on the Cape today. (Louisa Hufstader photo)
1. Temperatures are plummeting after Monday's warm wave: The National Weather Service predicts a daytime high near 18 degrees Fahrenheit with wind chill values as low as -4 degrees. Partly sunny skies and a west wind of about 24 miles an hour, gusting to 39, round out the chilly picture: Watch out for icy roadways when driving and take care not to slip while walking. 

2. "This 'N That" - Multimedia Art by Ej Mills Brennan is on display at the Maser Gallery at Falmouth Community Television, 310A Dillingham Avenue, Falmouth this month during regular business hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

3. Clay Classes at the Falmouth Art Center are underway in the new ceramics studio. For more information or to register for classes, visit the Falmouth Art Center's website at http://www.falmouthart.org or call 508-540-3304.

4. The Falmouth Public Library posts on Facebook: "A reminder that we have CONSUMER REPORTS online via www.falmouthpubliclibrary.org. We keep meeting people who are delighted that we offer this, but had no idea that we did. Available from home or in the library with your Falmouth Library Card. Try it out!"

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