Pasta Supper Scholarship Benefit

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A pasta supper sponsored by the Portuguese-American Association will be held at the Navigator on Saturday, November 17, at 6 PM.
All proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund that awards two scholarships yearly to graduating high school seniors. This scholarship was established in 1983 by then-president Daniel Botelho.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 10; children under 5 get in free. Music will be by deejay Paul Gavoni.
For tickets or more information, call Mary Bishop at 508-548-5670 or Elsie Teixeira at 508-548-9361.

Applications Available For Parade

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The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce and its Holidays-by-the-Sea Committee announced that applications are available for organizations wishing to participate in the 44th Annual Falmouth Christmas Parade on Sunday, December 2.

Avian Artists, Carvers Show Work At Cahoon

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“In Fine Feather: Excellence in Contemporary Bird Carving and Avian Art” will be exhibited in the Cahoon Museum of American Art, Route 28, Cotuit, beginning Tuesday and continuing through December 30.

Theatre Guild’s ‘Annie’ Well Done Indeed

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Feisty and fiery, Teresa Willander commands the stage of Highfield Theatre as “Annie” in the Falmouth Theatre Guild’s 50th anniversary show, along with Glenn Wall as Daddy Warbucks, Suzanne Lawson as Miss Hannigan, and a swarm of sassy orphans.

Mastersingers By The Sea In Concert Debut at St. Barnabas

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The Mastersingers by the Sea, a newly formed Falmouth-based choral group under the direction of David MacKenzie, will perform its debut concerts in St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 91 Main Street, at 8 PM on November 17 and 3 PM on November 18.

Falmouth Artists Guild Reception Opens ‘Faces And Places’

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“Faces and Places,” the new show at the Falmouth Artists Guild, 311 Rear Main Street, will open with a reception Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to 4.

Foreign Film Series At CCCC Runs Tuesdays Through Dec. 11

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Foreign films are shown, free, on Tuesday afternoons at Cape Cod Community College on Route 132 in West Barnstable; everyone is invited.