Archive for November, 2010

Falmouth Farmers Market Presents The Thanksgiving Holiday Market

November 14, 2010

November 23 at 11a.m. – 2p.m.

Peg Noonan Park, next to the Falmouth Public Library, Main St, Falmouth

Website: www.falmouthfarmersmarket.org

Holiday Market & Gift Gallery

November 14, 2010

November 23 – December 23

Falmouth Art Center, 137 Gifford St, Falmouth

508-540-3304

Website: www.falmouthart.org

Holiday Market & Gift Gallery 

Unique hand-made gifts and art that warm the heart. 

November 25 & 26, Falmouth Art Center is Closed, 
Wishing You A Happy Thanksgiving! 
December 24, 2010 – January 4, 2011
Falmouth Art Center is Closed,
Wishing You the Best of Holidays and a Happy New Year!

HOURS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Closed Monday
Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12 Noon – 4pm

The Sea Captain’s Nutcracker

November 14, 2010

November 20 @ 2p.m. and 6:30p.m.

Tilden Arts Center, Cape Cod Community College, 2240 Iyannough Rd, West Barnstable

Turning Pointe Dance Studio: 508-444-0278

Website: www.turningpointedancestudio.org

On November 20th, 2010 Turning Pointe Dance Studio of Falmouth will present The Sea Captain’s Nutcracker at the Tilden Arts Center in Barnstable at 2:00PM and 6:30PM. 

Now in it’s 8th season, 
The Sea Captain’s Nutcracker has become a Cape Cod holiday tradition. 

Originally conceived and choreographed by world class dancers Catherine Batcheller and Joseph Cipolla and directed with additional choreography by Laura Faria Sciortino of Turning Pointe Dance Studio, with set and costume designs by London stage designer Jean Marc Puissant, this production is an innovative version of the classic holiday favorite. 

Set in a Chatham Sea Captain’s home in the late 1800’s, the script, written by local authors Anne LeClaire and Donna Smith, will take us on an enchanting journey through local history and folklore invoking elements of the natural environs of Cape Cod. The heroic battle scene takes place shipboard as the ship is attacked by mooncussers off the coast of Eastham and a swift and violent storm off Monomoy Point threatens the voyage. The salty old Sea Captain replaces the traditional Drosselmeyer character. Having sailed the high seas, he returns home to Chatham bearing exotic gifts for young Clara. Audiences will be charmed by the Waltz of The Sea Grass and will thrill to the Dance of the Icy Winds. The audience will be still delighted by the original Nutcracker score composed by Tchaikovsky but only this time with a magical Cape Cod twist.

To purchase tickets and for additional information please contact 
Turning Pointe Dance Studio at (508)444-0278. 
Discounted group rates are also available
www.turningpointedancestudio.org

Tickets: $30/Reserved Seating, $20/General Admission, $15/Child or Student

MBL Falmouth Forum Series Presents “Archaeology in Deep Water”

November 14, 2010

November 19 at 7:30p.m.

Lillie Auditorium, 7 MBL St, off Water St, Woods Hole

508-289-7423

Website: www.mbl.edu/events/falmouthforum/index.html

MBL Falmouth Forum Series
“Archaeology in Deep Water”
Brendan Foley, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering, WHOI

Shipwreck expert and underwater archaeologist Dr. Brendan Foley will explain his work to understand the invention of civilization by studying ancient shipwrecks at the MBL Falmouth Forum season opener Friday.

An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 PM, in the Swope Dining Room. 

Dinner tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance at 
the MBL Communications Office or at Eight Cousins Children’s Books. 
Dinner seats are limited and tickets are only available until they sell out 
or until 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 16. 

All tickets are nonrefundable. 
For more information contact the MBL’s Communications Office at 508-289-7423.

Lectures are free and open to the public.

For the most up-to-date listings, visit
www.mbl.edu/events/falmouthforum/index.html

Falmouth Academy Community Series: How U.S. TV Networks Cover Foreign News

November 10, 2010

Nov 18

Falmouth Academy, 7 Highfield Drive, off Depot Ave, Falmouth
Website: www.falmouthacademy.org

7p.m.

Falmouth Academy Community Series presents How US Television Networks Cover Foreign News with Beth Knobel.  Beth Knobel, former CBS Moscow bureau chief and co-author with CBS news legend Mike Wallace of Heat and Light: Advice to the Next Generation of Journalists, will be at FA to discuss how US television networks cover foreign news as well as the advice they would give to up-and-coming journalists.  All lectures are free and open to the public. For more information please visit Falmouth Academy’s Web site at www.falmouthacademy.org.

Adult Jam Making Workshop

November 10, 2010

Nov 17

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870

Website: www.thortonburgess.org

6:30p.m. – 8:30p.m.

Join Instructor Andrea Harrington in the historic 1903 Green Briar Jam Kitchen and make your own batch of something special for your table or to give as a gift. All materials are provided, and participants take home four to six (8oz.) jars of finished product.   Fee is $38.00, and this week participants will make Apple Pie Jam.

Barnstable Village’s Haunted & History Tour

November 10, 2010

Nov 13 & 14

US Coast Guard Heritage Museum/Old Jail, 3353 Main St, Barnstable

CC Haunted & History Tour Co.: 508-771-2725

Website: www.caiprs.com

7p.m.

Are you looking for something out of the ordinary to fill your evenings? Join us as we walk the historic and haunted “Old Kings Highway” in Barnstable Village…. The date is 1645 Reverend John Lothrop, founder of Barnstable has a home built on “Old Kings Highway” and is now the Sturgis Library. This structure is to be the oldest building to be used as a library in the United States. There is a resident who has not left this historic building still walking the book shelves and basement. This is just the starting point of the tour. As the tour continues you will hear stories of the conflict between the Loyalists and the American Whigs (Patriots) and how England had a stronghold on this small quaint town. There are over ten stops on the tour and eight have ghost stories. You will visit Cobb’s Hill Cemetery where many strange and unusual things have taken place. You will visit such places and the “Old Jail” built in 1690’s by the order of Massachusetts Bay Colony Courts, who still today has a ghostly resident caretaker. You will pass by the Crocker Tavern, the meeting place of the Whigs. As the night sets in, we will have you in front of Cape Cod’s most haunted building, “The House of Eleven Ghosts”.  Fee: $15/adults, $8/children 8-12yo, free/children under 8yo.

Falmouth Theatre Guild Presents “Jekyll & Hyde”

November 10, 2010

Nov 12 – 14, 19 – 21

Highfield Theater, 58 Highfield Drive, off Depot Ave, Falmouth
508-548-0400
Website: www.falmouththeatreguild.org

Fridays & Saturdays @ 7:30p.m., Sundays @ 2p.m.

Jekyll & Hyde – An evocative tale of the epic battle between good and evil. Music by Frank Wildhorn, Book and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, Directed by Eric W. Gomes, Musical Direction by Geraldine Boles. Held on Nov. 5, 6 12, 13, 19, 20 @ 7:30PM, and Nov. 7, 14, 21 @ 2:00PM.  Tickets available NOW online www.falmouththeatreguild.org ; Call toll free to purchase your tickets by phone 866-811-4111.  Credit or Debit card required. Tickets: $16 general admission; $14 students & seniors.  For group sales please call FTG Box Office 508-548-0400.  “Jekyll & Hyde” is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story about a brilliant doctor whose experiments with human personality create a murderous counterpart. Convinced the cure for his father’s mental illness lies in the separation of Man’s evil nature from his good, Dr. Henry Jekyll unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking havoc in the streets of late 19th century London as the savage, maniacal Edward Hyde.

James Montgomery Blues Band with Special Guests- The Uptown Horns & Siobhan Magnus

November 10, 2010

Nov 12

Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Falmouth Rd, Rte 28, Cotuit

Box Office: 508-428-0669

Website: www.cotuitforthearts.org

Meet & Greet @ 7p.m., Show @ 8p.m.

When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he “brings it on home”. Whether it’s recording with Kid Rock, sitting in with Gregg Allman, or fronting his hot band of thirty years, Montgomery plays with authority. While growing up in Detroit he learned first-hand from the masters – James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, and Jr. Wells – at the legendary “Chessmate.” Over the years, he’s carried on in the tradition and continues to be a vital presence in Blues as one of the most dynamic performers on the scene. He’ll be performing at CCftA with the addition of an extraordinary horn section, the Uptown Horns, to his band. The Uptown Horns have toured with both the Rolling Stones and J. Geils. And, now he’ll also be joined by Cape Cod’s own favorite Idol, Siobhan Magnus. An Idol singing with her Idol – Don’t miss it!  Tickets: $35/general admission, $50/VIP admission (limited quantities)- VIP includes pre-show meet & greet reception with James and Siobhan at 7pm, and reserved seating for the show.  Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the Box Office number above.

Edaville USA’s Famous Christmas Festival of Lights

November 10, 2010

Nov 12 – 14, 19 – 21, Nov 26 – Jan 2 (Closed Christmas Day)

Edaville USA, 5 Pine St, Carver

508-866-8190 or Toll Free: 877-EDAVILLE

Website: www.edaville.com

Hours: Weekdays (Mon-Fri) @ 4p.m. – 9p.m., Weekends (Sat/Sun) @ 2p.m. – 9p.m.

This New England tradition features millions of lights and displays in a spectacular holiday celebration. Visitors can meet Santa, listen to carols and ride the train past an explosion of holiday lights and decorations. In addition, on Friday nights in December there will be firework shows. Stay for all the rides, and attractions that make Edaville USA a New England tradition!  Carver Days will be Nov 12-13 ONLY, but will still be open to the public.  Friday Night Fireworks on December 3, 10 and 17.  Tickets: $16/children, $18/adults, and under 2yo are FREE!