Upcoming Events at Falmouth Academy

A little something for everyone...

Thursday, March 26, 7 PM: Falmouth Academy Community Series: “The Promise of Regenerative Farming in an Era of Climate, Health, and Environmental Crisis,” with Urvashi Rangan, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, the Grace Communications Foundation moderated by Falmouth Academy Head of School Matt Green. Free and open to the public. Falmouth Academy Simon Center for the Arts. Reservations encouraged. Sponsored in part by the Woods Hole Foundation. Information and reservations: falmouthacademy.org/community   

Saturday, April 4, 5:30 PM: Falmouth Academy benefit “Auction Under the Stars.” Falmouth Academy Simon Center for the Arts. For information and to purchase tickets:  bit.ly/FAauction  

Thursday, April 9 at 7 PM: Falmouth Academy Community Series in collaboration with the Falmouth Newcomers Club: A Conversation with John Powers, longtime sportswriter for The Boston Globe and author of Fridays with Bill: Inside the Football Mind of Bill Belichick; Mary Lou (Rettin, Olympic gymnast autobiography); A Fenway Park History (co-authored with Ron Driscoll); Free and open to the public. Falmouth Academy Simon Center for the Arts. Reservations encouraged. Sponsored in part by the Woods Hole Foundation. Information and reservations: falmouthacademy.org/community   

Saturday, April 18, 10 AM - 12 PM: Robert Wyatt Presents, All That Jazz with guest speaker/musician George Scharr. Falmouth Academy Simon Center for the Arts. Information and tickets available at falmouthacademy.org/community.  

Monday, April 27, 7 PM: Falmouth Academy Community Series: Author and former faculty member Clare Beams reads from her new book The Illness Lesson. A book signing will follow. Free and open to the public. Falmouth Academy Simon Center for the Arts. Reservations encouraged. Sponsored in part by the Woods Hole Foundation. Information and reservations: falmouthacademy.org/community   


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