At the Christian Science Reading Room, located on Main Street in Falmouth, the community can study, borrow, or…More purchase Christian Science literature.
The very first Christian Science Reading Room was established in Boston in 1888. There are over 2,000 reading rooms worldwide. The Main Street branch is open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 12:30pm to 3pm.
Christian Science Churches and Societies 175 Palmer Ave, Falmouth, MA02540 The Christian Science Church, located on Palmer Avenue, is a place of worship for those that believe God is…More all-encompassing and always present. The Christian Science church was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1866. Child care is available during worship services.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 266 Woods Hole Rd, Falmouth, MA02540 WHOI is a private nonprofit ocean research and education organization. It is also host to the Ocean Science…More Exhibit Center, where visitors can learn about ocean science research and the vessels and tools developed by WHOI engineers. The facility also features the Redfield Auditorium, where the WHOI hosts talks, lectures and other events.
Woods Hole Group 81 Technology Park Dr, East Falmouth, MA02536 Woods Hole Group is an international environmental, scientific and engineering consulting organization. The company work…More with teams of specialists to support environmental understanding through chemistry, biology, mathematical and numerical analysis. The company offers coastal sciences, engineering, planning, oceanography, measurements, environmental assessments and remediations.
Falmouth High School 874 Gifford St, Falmouth, MA02540 Falmouth High School has an expansive campus with modern and bright buildings. The school is fundamental to a vibrant…More and close-knit community. It offers English, foreign language, library, math, MCAS, music, science and social studies as well as sports, clubs and extracurricular activities. The school's principal is Joe Driscoll.
The Woods Hole Research Center focuses on issues related to a healthy planet through science, education and policy.…More The impressive campus is located off Woods Hole Road; campus tours are available to the public as well as to students. Tours may be arranged by calling Allison White at 508-444-1550.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 840 Sandwich Rd, East Falmouth, MA02536 Unitarian Universalists follow a traditional Protestant format for its service. Then other views are introduced. Members…More are encouraged to heed the guidance of science and reason, but there are other things to consider. Universalists incorporate spiritual teachings from multiple Earth-centered traditions. A lesson may come from a Muslim, Judaic, Buddhist or Native American tradition.
The US Government office located in Woods Hole consists of both the Woods Hole Laboratory Research Divisions…More and the Northeast Fisheries Science Center Directorate. The Center manages laboratories located in the Northeast Region.
The Laboratory has a aquarium that is open to visitors year round. The center two research vessels, the R/V Albatross IV and R/V Delaware II stationed in Woods Hole.
Sea Education Association 171 Woods Hole Rd, Falmouth, MA02540 Sea Education Association in Woods Hole offers a living abroad program to college students. A concentration…More in ocean studies, nautical science and maritime life on board a ship can be a life changing experience for anyone. This is an extremely sought after program, and students should apply well in advance. The SEA programs take place in many exotic locations from the Atlantic to the Pacific. See the Web site for applications and information.
West Falmouth Preschool 28 Blacksmith Shop Rd, Falmouth, MA02540 The West Falmouth Preschool resided in the basement of the West Falmouth Library for nearly 55 years. The newer building…More is just around the corner, on Blacksmith Shop road. This preschool is truly community based. The parents take an active role in running the facility. Two- and three-day programs are available. Children are taught confidence through a flexible, semi-structured curriculum. Art, music, movement, math, science, interaction and social skill are all touchstones to prepare these youngsters for kindergarten.