- You have just one week left to see Nature Photography by Dmitry Mozzerhin at the Maser Gallery at Falmouth Community Television: The exhibit closes Nov. 1. Gallery hours are Sun-Mon: 2-10pm; Tue-Wed-Thu: 10am -10pm; Fri: 10-6pm. 310A Dillingham Ave., Falmouth. Free.
- Tuesday's an early release day for Falmouth schoolkids and the Falmouth Art Center has some seasonal fun to keep them busy in the afternoon: For $20 per student ($15 for siblings) they can create their own mini-haunted (or unhaunted) house to take home. Classes for ages 5-8 and for ages 9-12. To register, or for more information, call 508-540-3304 or visit the Falmouth Art Center website at http://www.falmouthart.org.
- Acclaimed novelist Dennis McFarland visits the Falmouth Public Library Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. to talk about his newest novel, "Nostalgia," which centers around one of the most infamous and critical battles of the Civil War. Free; books available for purchase and signing.
- The Coonamessett Inn hosts a Dinner Dance Friday, sponsored by John Wesley United Methodist Church with music by Stage Door Canteen, door prizes and more. $50, tickets from Linda or Steve at 508-495-3239 or www.jwumcfalmouth.org/DinnerDance. Credit cards accepted, everyone welcome.
- This weekend, the Falmouth Theatre Guild's production of the musical thriller "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" continues at Highfield Theater. Show times:
Friday, Saturdays 7:30 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m. Tickets: $17 adults, $15 children (under 18) and seniors. More infofalmouththeatreguild.org.
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