Falmouth Cultural Resource Guide

 

 
ABOUT THE FALMOUTH CULTURAL RESOURCE GUIDE
Falmouth, Massachusetts on Cape Cod has 75 miles of shore line and over one hundred lakes and ponds. Falmouth has a vibrant community that includes everything from top scientists to fishermen; retired or semi-retired Type-A businessmen to ex-hippies; many ethnic groups are represented here. With such a varied population comes a varied artistic community. Falmouth is an artist's paradise.
 
ABOUT THE FALMOUTH CULTURAL RESOURCE CALENDAR
With such a varied creative group of people, there are many things to do in Falmouth. Find out who is doing what and where with our calendar.
 
CALLING ALL FALMOUTH AREA ARTISTS, CRAFTSPEOPLE, CULTURAL GROUPS
Please check your entries and let us know if you need to make changes. If you don't find your name, organization, or business please send us the appropriate information. To contact us you can: write to the Falmouth Cultural Council, Town Hall, Falmouth, MA 02540. Send e-mail to the webweaver and include your changes or a new entry. We will see that your entry is added or corrected as quickly as we can.
 
DEDICATION
The Falmouth Cultural Resource Guide is dedicated to the spirit of Elaine Pear Cohen, award winning sculptor, writer, educator, wife, mother, long-time resident of Woods Hole, and past Chair of the Falmouth Council for the Arts. The Career Development Award and the spring party "You Art What You Eat" were established during her Chairmanship. Falmouth artists, musicians, film makers and writers have been encouraged by these awards annually since 1980.
 
Elaine Pear Cohen was most articulate about the impact of the arts on the quality of community life and upon business and economic development. She was a steadfast, kind and supportive friend always open to new ideas. Her best known local work, The Conversation, shows three seated scientists, one a woman, in animated talk. It is permanently on view in a small park adjacent to the Candle House on Water Street in Woods Hole.
 
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this site funded in part by the Falmouth Cultural Council
Massachusetts Cultural Council
through the Falmouth Cultural Council

 
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