Community Events

Falmouth Academy is host to a variety of community events ranging from talks to films to musical performances throughout the year. Please check out the FA calendar for current events. 

Falmouth Academy Community Series

Falmouth Academy inaugurated the Community Series in 2001 with Atlantic correspondent Robert Kaplan. Speakers have included NPR’s Bill Littlefield; former CBS Moscow Bureau chief, Dr. Beth Knobel; and Robert H. Pelletreau, former Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. The lectures, which celebrate community, are partially funded by the Woods Hole Foundation. The Falmouth Academy Community Series is free and open to the public.

Cape Code CoderDojo

Cape Cod's first CoderDojo session was held at Falmouth Academy on January 26. CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement running free coding clubs (Dojos) for children ages 7-17. Parents must be present with children during the session. Space is limited. Click here to register.

Woods Hole Film Festival

is held annually from the last Saturday of July through the first Saturday of August and is the oldest independent film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands. For listings and tickets, please visit their website or call (508) 495-3456.

National Theatre Live

is a project that broadcasts recordings of National Theatre shows from London to venues across the world. For information and tickets, visit the FA NTL webpage or call  (508) 457-9696 x 200.

Film Falmouth

is a collaboration between Woods Hole Film Festival and Falmouth Academy, Film Falmouth is a monthly screening series of independent films.  Film Falmouth is supported in part by a grant from the Cape Cod 5 Charitable Foundation Trust, the Falmouth Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation and by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. For listings and tickets, visit the Film Falmouth website or call (508)495-3456.

Cape Cod Theatre Project

During the summer, the Cape Cod Theatre Project set up residence at Falmouth Academy for four weeks. Professional actors, directors and playwrights develop their new plays at the Cape Cod Theatre Project with performances taking place on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.  For more information, visit the Cape Cod Theatre Project website

Falmouth Chorale

is comprised of 100 active singers who love singing choral music and performing at community and private events. They are led by Artistic Director, John Yankee who is also the director of the Falmouth Academy Boys' and Girls' Chorus groups.  For more information, visit the Falmouth Chorale website