Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Opening day for the Cape Cod Baseball League is fast approaching. Find out when it’s time to play ball.
Catching a Cape Cod Baseball League game during the summer is a tradition for many and a must for sports fans of all ages. This year opening day is Wednesday June 12. All Cape Cod Baseball League games are free to attend, but donations are appreciated. According to pointstreak.com there are five games scheduled for opening day, times and locations are listed below. Away Home Result Away Probable Home Probable Time Box Score Orleans Cotuit 5:00 PM Lowell Park Bourne Yarmouth-Dennis 5:00 PM Red Wilson Fld Brewster Hyannis 6:00 PM McKeon Park Harwich Falmouth 6:30 PM Arnie Allen Dmd Chatham Wareham 7:00 PM Spillane Field
Monday, June 10, 2013
Families, friends, students and faculty gathered to send off 213 graduates during the commencement ceremonies at Falmouth High School Saturday morning.
Despite it being an overcast morning, the mood at the Falmouth High School Field House was celebratory on Saturday. 213 seniors took their final walk and earned their High School Diploma with family, friends and faculty looking on. The class of 2013 heard from Vincent Lin, President of the National Honor Society, who gave the commencement speech and Thomas Moakley, President of the Senior Class, who introduced the outgoing Superintendent. This is the last commencement ceremony for Superintendent Marc Dupuis who announced his retirement in October. Rebecca Moffitt awarded the Class of 2013 their diplomas following those speeches. Students then gathered in a side room of the Field House to celebrate their accomplishment with the …
Friday, May 31, 2013
Cape Cod Community College hosted its 51st commencement ceremony Thursday afternoon at the Cape Cod Melody Tent in Hyannis.
President John Cox officiated his first Commencement this year and former CEO of Cape Air, Capt. David Bushy, gave the commencement address. Here is a complete list of graduates: Note: Next to the Name are Initials noting Honors Received P – Member of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society HO – Graduating with Honors HH – Graduating with High Honors Associate in Arts Barnstable Julie M. Madden Joanna J. McGarvey Bloomington, IN Jacqueline Michelle Sartell Bourne Jeffrey B. Baranowski Paul D. Gurnon Matthew W. Harrington Corinne Marie Shea Brewster Cara M. Chartier Samantha J. Clemence Elizabeth Danielle Korswagen Condon P HH Torri N. DeSilva Saba Ghaffar Michael Boston Herrmann Jorel E. Radke Jesse Romano Michael W…
Monday, May 27, 2013
Remember, today is Memorial Day!
Got the day off for Memorial Day? Need to know what is open and closed? Here's a run down of what's open/closed: All municipal, state and federal offices and facilities will be closed. This includes schools, libraries, and the post office. All MBTA buses and trains will running on a reduced weekend/holiday schedule. Liquor stores: Open at the owner's discretion. Retail, supermarkets and convenience stores: Open at the owner's discretion. Restaurants and bars: Most will be open, but call ahead. It's up to the owner.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Each year more than 11,000 runners gather in Woods Hole for the Falmouth Road Race. This year will be no different despite the Boston Marathon bombings last month.
President Scot Ghelfi said there may even be more runners this year as the running community is motivated to prove that a terrorist attack will not deter them. Ghelfi said organizers are also taking extra security precautions this year. “We are in the process of meeting with the police and fire department in town and we will take their lead on any added safety measures that need to be put in place,” Ghelfi said. The board is also hoping to have a ‘Falmouth is Boston Strong’ t-shirt to raise money for the One Fund. Falmouth residents and taxpayers can register through May 7th and lottery participants through May 19th on racepartner.com. The registration fee is $50.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Add a picture of your dog and you could win a $25 gift certificate in our Picture of the Week contest.
Some dogs are almost human, others are pure canines. Yet, no matter how many dogs you have in your life, there is always that one special dog. If you've taken a great picture of your dog, share it with Patch and your neighbors. Let us know in the caption: the name of your dog, your name, what town you're from and any other information you think we should know. This is part of Patch’s Spring Picture of the Week series, where we’re asking you for your best pictures on a certain topic each week. We’ve added a little incentive. The winning submission will get a $25 gift card, plus bragging rights. We’ll be taking photo submissions each week from 5 a.m. Monday through noon Friday. Voting will begin at 4 a.m. Saturday and end at 9 a.m. Monday, …
Monday, April 8, 2013
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Easter is just around the corner, here is a list of services in Falmouth.
Easter Services at Falmouth Baptist Church Sunday, March 31, 2013, 6:30 am Falmouth Baptist Church, 60 Central Park Ct, Falmouth, MA |Get Directions » Easter Sunday Service Sunday, March 31, 2013, 9:30 am Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 840 Sandwich Rd, East Falmouth, MA |Get Directions » Easter Services Sunday, March 31, 2013, 8:00 am St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 91 W Main St, Falmouth, MA |Get Directions » Do you know of a service that isn't listed? Add it in the comments below.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
The Bunny Photo Experience begins Friday, March 15th and runs through Saturday, March 30th.
Monday, February 25, 2013
You can go line dancing, view an art exhibit and find a good book today in Falmouth.
1. It will be cloudy through mid morning today then gradual clearing, with a high near 38 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. 2. You can view the “Twists and Turns of Textiles” exhibit today at Falmouth Community Television from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. 3. Whether you're an experienced line dancer or you just want to get out for some fun and exercise you can join the Monday Line Dances at the Falmouth Senior Center today at 11 a.m. 4. The Falmouth Selectmens meeting is cancelled tonight. 5. Looking for a good read? Here are some of the hottest books flying off bookstore shelves this month.