Falmouth Academy Community Events

FALMOUTH ACADEMY STUDENT EVENTS:

November 9 and 10, 2018, 7 PMFalmouth Academy Drama Players present As You Like It for two nights on Friday and Saturday. Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

November 16, 6:30 PM - Falmouth Academy Fall Choral Concert. Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

February 1 and 2, 7 PM - Falmouth Academy Middle School PlayAdmission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

February 15, 6:30 PM - Falmouth Academy Mid-Winter ConcertAdmission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

February 21, 6 PM - Falmouth Academy Science and Engineering Fair public viewing and award ceremony.

May 10 and 11, 7 PM - Falmouth Academy Spring Play (TBD). Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

May 17, 5:30 PM - Annual Arts Evening and Spring Concert (7PM). Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

FALMOUTH ACADEMY COMMUNITY SERIES:

February 27, 7 PM - Going Viral with Author and Alumna Kristen Roupenian '99 in conversation with Lalise MelilloAdmission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

March TBD - Marin Hinkle of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: An Actor's Journey.  Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated. 

April 23, 7 PM - An Evening with American Pianist Maxim Lando. Fifteen-year-old Maxim is a Gold Medal winner of th e2017 Berliner International Music Competition, and received the 2016 Audience Prize at Carnegie Hall from the prestigious Musical Olympus Foundation. In 2015, he was the first American ever awarded the Gold Prize at the International Television Contest "Nutcracker" for Young Musicians in Moscow, Russia. He received Second Prize at the 2015 Kissinger Klavier Olympian in Germany, and in 2014 won the Julliard Pre-College Concerto Competition. Admission is free but the suggested donation of non-perishable canned good to benefit the Falmouth Service Center is greatly appreciated.