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  1. Talk Will Focus On Artist Vernon SmithRead the original story

    Sunday May 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    As part of its ongoing 70th anniversary events, the Cape Cod Art Center will host an informative talk on artist Vernon Smith, one of CCAC's founding members and a significant figure in the history of art on Cape Cod. The talk will be presented Wednesday, May 23, at noon by Edith A. Tonelli, who studied and researched Mr. Smith's work while writing her doctoral thesis, "The Massachusetts Federal Art Project: A Case Study in Government Support for Art."

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  2. First Night Sandwich Shuts DownRead the original story

    Tuesday May 15 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The organizers of First Night Sandwich, the town's sparkling New Year's Eve celebration, announced this week that they are hanging up their wings. "The committee is exhausted and maybe the event has run its course," said Paula Johnson, executive director of the nonprofit Sandwich Community Television, which had provided seed money, media support, and hundreds of hours of volunteer time over the past six years.

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  3. 'Mooncussers' Reading Features Family MembersRead the original story

    Saturday May 5 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Cotuit Center for the Arts' 2nd Wednesday Theater will present a staged reading of "The Mooncusser's Tale," a poetic ghost story directed and written by Lee Roscoe, on Wednesday, May 9, at 7:30 PM. Admission is free.

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  4. Musical Revue Takes Audience On Journey Across CapeRead the original story

    Saturday May 5 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Cotuit Center for the Arts will present "Take Me to Provincetown," a one-man musical revue by Kevin Quill, May 10 through 27 in the Black Box Theater. Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2 PM.

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  5. 'Been There' Exhibit Opens May 6Read the original story

    Friday May 4 | Falmouth Enterprise

    A still life by Falmouth artist Muriel Henault Locklin, the featured artist this month at FCTV's Maser Gallery. An opening for Ms.

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  6. Bourne Selectmen Defer Participation In Opioid Epidemic LitigationRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Bourne Board of Selectmen chose to defer taking any action on an offer to participate in litigation designed to recoup financial losses directly attributable to the national opioid crisis. The board has taken the advice of town counsel Robert S. Troy to deliberate the town's participation in the nationwide lawsuit in executive session.

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  7. Cahoon Museum Opens With 'A Swedish Folk Tale'Read the original story

    Apr 6, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Forty-plus artifacts are on view in the Cahoon Museum of American Art's "A Swedish Folk Tale" exhibit. On view through June 3, the show traces the early life and influences of Martha Farham Cahoon.

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  8. Amended Rental Tax Bill Creates Water Protection FundRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Massachusetts House of Representatives approved legislation March 22 which will provide assistance to Cape Cod towns in their efforts to improve water quality, the Association to Preserve Cape Cod said in a statement Monday, March 26. The action came in the form of an amendment introduced by state Representative Sarah K. Peake to create the Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund, which was adopted as part of the short-term rental tax bill passed by the House. The fund will provide financial assistance to towns to implement wastewater management projects intended to restore the health of the bays and estuaries on the Cape and islands, the statement said.

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  9. Painting, Encaustics, African Reality Exhibits OpenRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Encaustics by Stephanie Roberts-Camello will make up one of the three new art shows opening at the Cotuit Center for the Arts on March 24. Also on view will be paintings by Donald Beal and "African Art through Different Eyes." A reception for the public will take place at 5 PM on March 24. Encaustics by Stephanie Roberts-Camello will make up one of the three new art shows opening at the Cotuit Center for the Arts on March 24. Also on view will be paintings by Donald Beal and "African Art through Different Eyes."

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  10. Author Cliff Hagberg To Comment On Everyday Life In 'Cliff's Corner'Read the original story

    Mar 23, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Titcomb's Bookshop will welcome author Cliff Hagberg to talk about and sign copies of his new book, "Cliff's Corner," on Saturday, March 24, from 2 to 3 PM. Mr. Hagberg's book of essays, taken from his successful blog, Cliff's Corner, touches on everything from gun control, food, and women to growing up and all of the things one experiences in everyday life.

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  11. Proposed Rental Rules In Mashpee Spark ResistanceRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    A number of observers say a new rental regulation being developed by the Mashpee Board of Health may have negative impacts on affordable housing in Mashpee. "We are opposed to the regulations as written," said Leila Botsford, executive director of the Mashpee Housing Authority.

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  12. Tickets On Sale Now For 'Jesus Christ Superstar'Read the original story

    Mar 2, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Cotuit Center for the Arts presents "Jesus Christ Superstar" March 9 through 31. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2 PM; performances during the last week, from March 29 to 31, are Thursday and Friday at 7:30 PM, and Saturday at 2 PM. "Jesus Christ Superstar," the 1971 rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, continues to electrify audiences and actors alike for its powerful story, stirring vocals, and dramatic visual production nearly 50 years after its debut.

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  13. Sandwich CPC Okays Grant For Affordable Housing EducationRead the original story

    Feb 20, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Sandwich Community Preservation Committee voted in support of a $10,000 grant to help sponsor classes about why and how municipalities can encourage affordable housing development. The unanimous vote on February 2 came after a presentation by Laura M. Reckford, director of the Housing Assistance Corporation .

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  14. Town Of Mashpee May Regulate Short-Term RentalsRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The board's motivations are to protect the local environment, level the playing field of hotels and Airbnb users, and ensure the safety of guests, among other things. "The reasons for looking at adopting more stringent rental regulations are diverse, but center on public health," said Brian J. Baumgaertel, chairman of the board of health.

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  15. Group Seeks $10K In Bourne For Affordable Housing EducationRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Laura Reckford, from Housing Assistance Corp., talks with members of the CPC group about the need to educate municipal officials on affordable housing issues. Laura Reckford, from Housing Assistance Corp., talks with members of the CPC group about the need to educate municipal officials on affordable housing issues.

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  16. Researcher To Shed Light On ShearwatersRead the original story

    Feb 3, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The public is invited to the monthly meeting of the Cape Cod Bird Club on February 12 at 7 PM at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster. The speaker for February will be Dave Wiley, who will present "Whither, Shearwaters? High-Tech Research on Great Shearwater Migration and Foraging."

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  17. Flutist, Guitarist Team Up For ShowsRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Carl Gutowski and David Temple will combine forces to present an afternoon of works for flute and guitar at the Cape Cod Museum of Art on February 4 as part of the museum's Music & More! series. The concert will begin at 2:30 PM.

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  18. Arts Foundation Awards $32K In GrantsRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    For the second straight year, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod has increased the amount it has distributed in grants to projects that are strengthening arts and culture in the region. In this latest round, the AFCC will be funding 24 grants totaling $32,850, up from the $25,000 it distributed last year.

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  19. Hans Hofmann's Modernism Legacy Examined In New ShowRead the original story

    Jan 19, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    "Some Models are Artists Too," an oil painting by Robert Henry, will be included in the show, "The Hans Hoffman Legacy: Creative Diversity," at the Cape Cod Museum of Art through March 11. "Some Models are Artists Too," an oil painting by Robert Henry, will be included in the show, "The Hans Hoffman Legacy: Creative Diversity," at the Cape Cod Museum of Art through March 11. Abstract Expressionist painter Hans Hofmann taught the exciting new approaches of European modernism to the thousands of students who flocked to his Provincetown and New York schools. From 1935 to 1957, his classes inspired a new direction in American art.

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  20. Falmouth To Consider Adopting Stretch Building CodeRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2018 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Falmouth Energy Committee recommended the town adopt the Massachusetts' Board of Building Regulations and Standards Stretch Code in order to achieve a "green community" designation. The town has already achieved the four other criteria toward becoming a green community, energy committee chairman Megan Amsler said.

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