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MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series 2015-16 Presents: ““This Verse Business: One-Man Show about Poet Robert Frost”

April 1, 2016 by Beth Colt

“This Verse Business: One-Man Show about Poet Robert Frost” (written by Andy Dolan) – Gordon Clapp, Emmy-winning actor

 

A series of lectures, performances, and presentations brought to you by the MBL Associates. Lillie Auditorium, 7:30 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public. View recordings of some of our recent Forums: http://videocenter.mbl.edu/videos/channel/9/

An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 pm at the MBL’s Swope Center. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance at the MBL Communications Office, 127 Water Street, Woods Hole, or at Eight Cousins Bookstore, Main Street, Falmouth. Dinner tickets are available until they sell out or until 5 PM on the Tuesday prior to the event. For more information, contact the MBL Communications Office at (508) 289-7423 or comm@mbl.edu.

 

For more information, please visit: http://www.mbl.edu/falmouth-forum/?

MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series 2015-16 Presents: “How To Build a Heart: Lessons From Man and Nature”

March 4, 2016 by Beth Colt

03/04/16 “How To Build a Heart: Lessons From Man and Nature” – Duke Cameron, MD, Professor and Chief of Cardiac Surgery, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

 

A series of lectures, performances, and presentations brought to you by the MBL Associates. Lillie Auditorium, 7:30 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public. View recordings of some of our recent Forums: http://videocenter.mbl.edu/videos/channel/9/

An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 pm at the MBL’s Swope Center. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance at the MBL Communications Office, 127 Water Street, Woods Hole, or at Eight Cousins Bookstore, Main Street, Falmouth. Dinner tickets are available until they sell out or until 5 PM on the Tuesday prior to the event. For more information, contact the MBL Communications Office at (508) 289-7423 or comm@mbl.edu.

 

For more information, please visit: http://www.mbl.edu/falmouth-forum/?

Woods Hole Folk Music Society Presents “Claudia Schmidt & Sally Rogers”

January 17, 2016 by Beth Colt

THE WOODS HOLE FOLK MUSIC SOCIETY (WHFMS): JANUARY 17

Presents “Claudia Schmidt & Sally Rogers” on Sunday, January 17. Claudia Schmidt describes herself as a “creative noisemaker,” delighting audiences who learn to expect anything: hymns, folk classics, poetry, bawdy verse, torch songs, satire, and multifaceted originals. Her exceptionally wide vocal range is complemented by fine 12-string guitar and dulcimer. Claudia has been featured on stages large and small for four decades, and her acclaimed folk and jazz-based compositions have found their way into radio, TV, film, and theater productions. Sally Rogers is a performer and songwriter who sings and plays guitar, banjo, and mountain dulcimer. Reviewers describe her voice as “captivating” and “mesmerizing;” as one critic said, “it’s really next to impossible to do justice to a voice of that quality.” She performs traditional and original songs, and her 13 albums have been recognized with many awards including Parents’ Choice Gold. United by a sense of social justice, humanity, and harmony (both kinds), these two strong women of the folk world have kindled a deep friendship over the years, and their duo albums have become beloved classics. Don’t miss this rare chance to hear them live together. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $15, with discounts for members, seniors, youth, and children. The Community Hall is handicapped accessible. There is no charge for street parking after 6:00 p.m. More information is available by calling (508) 540-0320 or at www.arts-cape.com/whfolkmusic.

Woods Hole Inn named in Top Ten B&Bs in the US

January 16, 2016 by Beth Colt

The Woods Hole Inn was named one of the top ten B&B’s in the US by prestigious BedandBreakfast.com for 2015.  This is a SERIOUS honor, and we are so grateful for the acknowledgement.

Back in 2008 when we bought the property, then a somewhat dilapidated house, I do not think many people might have imagined that the building could ever achieve such an honor.  But thanks to the hard work of many — a talented architect, a loyal builder, amazing managers, breakfast, housekeeping and front desk staff — here we are, deeply grateful for this extraordinary shout out.

I do feel the accolades also belong to the village of Woods Hole itself, a small but vibrant place with unique geography that draws all sorts of brilliant people into it’s web of wonder.  With a deep water harbor one of the best on the Cape, waterfront farm-to-table dining, great shops and world class science, Woods Hole is truly unique and should be on your bucket list.best inn in America

I am also grateful to the really cool panel of judges that created the list: Caroline Morse, senior editor for SmarterTravel, Stirling Kelso, freelance travel writer and editor Jessica Plautz, travel editor for Mashable,  Laura Motta, director of publishing for ShermansTravel and Jo Piazza, managing editor for Yahoo Travel.  They have cool jobs, and I respect the amount of research they must have done to make the decision.  It goes without saying that all five of you are welcome at the Woods Hole Inn anytime, just give us a call.

Being named in the top ten B&B’s in the US?? I feel a bit like Sally Fields when she won the Academy Award for Norma Rae: I haven’t had an orthodox career, and I’ve wanted more than anything to have your respect. The first time I didn’t feel it, but this time I feel it, and I can’t deny the fact that you like me, right now, you really like me!

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Here’s hoping we see you soon in Woods Hole.  Check out our vintage restored rooms here and knock this one off your bucket list:)

“Making North Ameria: Life”

January 8, 2016 by Beth Colt

PEANUT BUTTER CLUB: January 8

Presents the video “Making North America: Life” on Friday, January 8, at noon in Redfield Auditorium, 45 Water St., Woods Hole. How did massive volcanic eruptions, inland seas, and land bridges pave the way for life? Sponsored by the WHOI Information Office. Coffee, tea, and cookies served. Donations accepted.

Woods Hole Folk Music Society Presents “Matt & Shannon Heaton”

January 3, 2016 by Beth Colt

THE WOODS HOLE FOLK MUSIC SOCIETY (WHFMS): JANUARY 3

Presents “Matt and Shannon Heaton” on Sunday, January 3. We are excited to announce the return of a husband and wife team that plays a pivotal part in today’s thriving Boston Irish music scene. They first met in Chicago in 1991 and built their act through years of touring together, first with band Siucra and then as a duo. Matt and Shannon have grown into thoroughly entertaining performers, offering a depth of shared experience and a love for Irish music that matches their considerable talents as well as their relaxed and humorous onstage banter. Shannon plays traditional Irish flute, pennywhistle and accordion, while Matt, a highly sought-after accompanist and studio musician, supports the melody with driving guitar and bouzouki. They also sing, both possessing naturally pure-sounding voices. Varied influences from classical music to the traditions of Africa and Asia add further depth to their playing, coalescing in a shared style that is both true to tradition and, as Scott Alarik said, “city-smart and spacious.” The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $15, with discounts for members, seniors, youth, and children. The Community Hall is handicapped accessible. There is no charge for street parking after 6:00 p.m. More information is available by calling (508) 540-0320 or at www.arts-cape.com/whfolkmusic.

Brazen Belles Burlesque Winter Spectacular

December 17, 2015 by Beth Colt

Brazen Belles Burlesque Winter Spectacular

Featuring Ela Rogers, with Special Guest The Brazen Balls

Tickets at Eight Cousins Books and BellesTickets.com

$20

Landfall Restaurant, Woods Hole

Holiday Season at the Woods Hole Inn

December 15, 2015 by Beth Colt

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Happy Holidays from the Woods Hole Inn! We hope everyone is having a lovely holiday season. Here on Cape Cod, we are experiencing some unusually warm weather, and without the giveaway of bare tree tops, you would think spring is here.

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Despite the lack of fresh snow and blistery winter wind, there is no shortage of festive cheer. Our decorations are in full swing throughout the Inn…

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We are certainly getting in the spirit with a sparkly blue nutcracker and brightly glowing Christmas tree.

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Outside our doors, Woods Hole is adorned with lights, wreaths, and candle-lit windows. Children pop into Pie in the Sky after school for a hot chocolate, and Trivia returns to The Fish Monger as a fun winter event.

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Down the road, Quicks Hole Tavern gets bathed in warm sunlight during the lunch rush…

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And just the other weekend, the town of Falmouth put on their annual Holiday parade:

We hope everyone is having a joyous and spirited Holiday Season!

Bell Center Seminar Series Lecture

December 14, 2015 by Beth Colt

“The Evolution of Color and Structure in Birds: Insights from Sensory Ecology and Bioengineering”
Mary Caswell Stoddard, Harvard University
Speck Auditorium, 12:00 Noon

“Taste of the World” Craft Beer Dinner @ Quicks Hole Tavern

December 9, 2015 by Beth Colt

The last beer dinner was a great success, and we’re thrilled to continue this tasty fall tradition with another Craft Beer Dinner — this time with the theme “Taste of the World”, to be held at Quicks Hole Tavern on December 9th, at 6pm. The evening will include a five-course meal, paired with a smooth lager ($65/person plus tax and tip). Reservations are required, so please call in advance. See the menu below…What a perfect way to celebrate the season.

1st course Virgin Islands

Grilled shrimp with a fried banana cake topped with a coconut Chile sauce
Paired with Virgin Island tropical mango beer

2nd course Australia

Dijon mustard encrusted lamb lollipops with a fig reduction
Paired with Coopers extra strong vintage ale

3rd course England

Watercress soup
Paired with Samuel Smith India Ale

4th course France

Beef wellington, roasted root vegetables with an Au Jus Sauce
Paired with Jenlain Ambre’e

5th course Japan

Japanese Cheesecake with an espresso chocolate sauce
Paired with Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout

We hope you can join us and look forward to a fun evening of craft beer tasting paired with fine food at Quicks Hole Tavern!

For any questions, or to make a reservation (required), please call (508) 495 0048.  Quicks Hole Tavern is on the water in Woods Hole, located at 29 Railroad Avenue across from the ferry terminal.  There is plenty of free street parking post six pm this time of year.

Ecosystems Center Seminar Lecture

December 8, 2015 by Beth Colt

“Evidence for Regime Shifts of the Northeast U.S. Continental Shelf”
Michael Fogarty, NOAA NE Science Fisheries Center
Speck Auditorium, 12:15 PM

2nd Annual Holiday Blues and Brews Night

December 5, 2015 by Beth Colt

The Captain Kidd Music on the Waterfront Series presents the 2nd annual Holiday Blues and Brews Night featuring The James Montgomery Trio.

On Saturday, December 5, 2015, the Captain Kidd Restaurant and Bar, 77 Water Street Woods Hole, celebrates the return of blues legend and Cape Cod favorite The James Montgomery Trio featuring James Montgomery on Harmonica and vocals, George McCann on Guitar and David Hull on Bass, to headline an evening of Holiday Blues and Brews.  The show, an event of The Reel Blues Fest, will be held in the beautiful waterfront dining room. Doors open at9 p.m. Ticket holders will receive 10% discount for a meal on the day of the show.  Dance the night away to stellar blues and craft beer. The Captain Kidd offers an extensive menu that boasts local seafood, mouth-watering steaks, a wide array of appetizers, raw bar, daily specials, pizza and signature chowder and lobster roll. The bar features 12 craft beers on tap and an extensive wine list and hand-crafted cocktails available for the evening.

About the band: When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he “brings it on home”. Whether it’s recording with Kid Rock, sitting in with Gregg Allman, or fronting his hot band of thirty years, Montgomery plays with authority. While growing up in Detroit he learned first-hand from the masters – James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, and Jr. Wells – at the legendary “Chessmate.” Over the years, he’s carried on in the tradition and continues to be a vital presence in Blues as one of the most dynamic performers on the scene. Montgomery has toured with many major artists, including Aerosmith, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, the Allman Brothers, Steve Miller and others. He has jammed on stage with B.B.King, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Jr. Wells, James Cotton, Charlie Daniels, Bonnie Raitt, Greg Allman, Laverne Baker, Patti LaBelle, and Peter Wolf among others, including an impromptu session with Mick Jagger at New York’s “Trax”.

Montgomery’s band has been a springboard for many musicians through the years. Members of his band have included Billy Squire, Wayne Kramer (MC-5), Jeff Golub (Rod Stewart), Jim McCarty (Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels), Nunzio Signore Bo Diddley), Jeff Pevar (Ray Charles Orchestra, Crosby, Stills & Nash), Bobby Chouinard (drummer with Ted Nugent, Squire and Robert Gordon), Jeff Levine (Joe Cocker), Aerosmith’s Tom Gambel, and many others.

Last spring, James invited Claudette King, daughter of Blues Legend BB King, to join his band at the Captain Kidd, marking Claudette King’s first New England performance. That show was extremely well received and King went on to tour with the Band for other dates in New England.

Tickets are $20 and are available in advance at the Captain Kidd or online athttps://jamesmontgomeryband.eventbrite.com. All tickets are general admission. For more information call (508) 495-3456 or emailinfo@thereelbluesfest.org.

MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series 2015-16 Presents: “Brave Genius: Jacques Monod’s Adventure from the French Resistance to the Novel Prize”

December 4, 2015 by Beth Colt

“Brave Genius: Jacques Monod’s Adventure from the French Resistance to the Novel Prize” – Sean B. Carroll, award-winning scientist, writer, educator and executive producer

A series of lectures, performances, and presentations brought to you by the MBL Associates. Lillie Auditorium, 7:30 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public. View recordings of some of our recent Forums: http://videocenter.mbl.edu/videos/channel/9/

An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 pm at the MBL’s Swope Center. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance at the MBL Communications Office, 127 Water Street, Woods Hole, or at Eight Cousins Bookstore, Main Street, Falmouth. Dinner tickets are available until they sell out or until 5 PM on the Tuesday prior to the event. For more information, contact the MBL Communications Office at (508) 289-7423 or comm@mbl.edu.

For more information, please visit: http://www.mbl.edu/falmouth-forum/?

Ecosystems Center Seminar Lecture

December 1, 2015 by Beth Colt

Ecosystems Center Seminar Lecture – “Potential Consequences of Nitrogen Fixation in a Warming World: Predicting the Effect of Climate Change on Stream Ecosystems Using a Natural Geothermal Laboratory” – Jill Welter, St. Catherine University

Speck Auditorium, 12:15 PM

An evening with John and Rachel Nicholas… with special guest David Dodson

November 14, 2015 by Beth Colt

An evening with John and Rachel Nicholas… with special guest David Dodson” is scheduled for Saturday, November 14th at 7pm at the West Falmouth Library. Tickets are $15, available at the Library. John and Rachel Nicholas have been making music together for more than 30 years. They lived in Falmouth for almost 30 years before moving to Maine in 2012. Their original songs are steeped in the varied history of folk and popular music and their lyrics tell stories that are deep and true. They sing of love and loss, and the strivings, comedies and everyday worries of the human heart. “They sing with one voice.” David Dodson is a well known singer-songwriter in his own right in Maine and will back up John and Rachel for more than half the show on acoustic and electric guitar. He will also have a mini set of his own as part of the show with John and Rachel backing him.

The Harry Allen Trio

November 11, 2015 by Beth Colt

Harry Allen Trio. Harry Allen (tenor saxophone),  Rossano Sportiello (piano) and Frank Tate (bass).

Centerboard Craft Beer Tasting

November 11, 2015 by Beth Colt

Next week, on November 11th, we are thrilled to host a delicious Craft Beer Tasting Dinner at the Tavern, a continuation of our “Centerboard” dinner series.  The evening starts at 6pm and includes a 5 course meal, paired with a crisp, cold lager ($65/person plus tax and tip). Reservations are required, so please call in advance. See a peek at the menu, below.

1st course:

Pan Seared Scallops with a yuzu vinaigrette and carrot-ginger puree
Cape Ann Fisherman’s Pilsner, Cape Ann Gloucester, MA

2nd course:

Curried Lamb Meatballs with a spicy Greek yogurt and caramelized shallots
Bad Martha IPA Martha’s Vineyard, MA

3rd course:

Crispy Cod Tacos with a lime and guajillo crema, pickled onions and cojita cheese
Berkshire Brewing Company “Imperial” I.P.A, South Deerfield, MA

4th Course:

Boneless Short Ribs with a parsnip puree, roasted baby carrots and a stout demi-glace
Ipswich Oatmeal Stout- Ipswich, MA

5th Course:

Soft gingerbread with chocolate marshmallow, roasted Bosc Pears and whiskey infused caramel

*Hope to see you there!!!

Please call (508) 495-0048 to make a reservation.

Quicks Hole Tavern
29 Railroad Avenue
Woods Hole, MA 02543

Saved A Life Yesterday

November 7, 2015 by Beth Colt

We work really hard to keep it fun behind the scenes at the Woods Hole Inn, enjoying each others company, sharing a laugh or two, supporting each other to make sure we deliver the best possible guest experience.  But yesterday, teamwork moved to a whole new level.

Kaylee saved Dan’s life.  Literally.

handyman at the Woods Hole InnAt the Woods Hole Inn, Dan Doughty does a little bit of everything.  If the sidewalk needs shoveling after a big snow, if a room could use a new coat of paint, if a door handle breaks, if an air conditioner starts to rattle — Dan gets things back in order, stat.  In an old building like ours, there is always something for Dan, and we are forever grateful for his expertise and good spirit keeping us ship shape.

Kayle Costa works at the front desk, checking guests in, making reservations and answering all your questions.  She is warm, knowledgeable and wonderfully competent.  We are so lucky that our small business continues to attract star players like Kaylee.

So what happened??  OK, yesterday Dan and Kaylee were alone at the inn.  Kaylee told Dan to take a candy from the Halloween jar, joking that she did not want to eat the bowl herself.  Dan chose a Three Musketeers Bar and as the warm sugary chocolate started to melt, it slipped down his throat in an odd way.  He laughed, everything was fine, it was just a small one, a mini bar.  But the chocolate only seemed to lodge further.  Now he started to cough.  “You OK?” said Kaylee.  He spit what remained out, but he could not clear his airway, wheezing, gasping, no air coming in or out.  “Oh my God,” said Kaylee, seeing his eyes start to bulge. “Do you need the Heimlich?”  Yes, he nodded, yes, NOW.

Kaylee at the front desk of the innSeveral frantic attempts ensued before the chocolate popped out like a cork.  It turns out in addition to Kaylee’s other great qualities, she took CPR rescue in high school. Wow, thank goodness she was there as the world is definitely a better place with Dan still in it.

We back each other up, everyday, 24/7.  Most days that means sharing hot water for tea, covering someone’s shift, grabbing a broom when housekeeping is short staffed, or a shovel when the snow falls too fast, or the phone when it rings off the hook.  In a pinch, we all pitch in.

Yesterday, Kaylee went a giant step beyond that level of team work and saved a life.  WOW!  Thank you, Kaylee.  I know Dan thanks you, but we all do, as you exemplify calm in the storm and great team work.

We are so lucky to work together.

 

Jazz Vocalist Donna Byrne

October 20, 2015 by Beth Colt

Jazz Vocalist Donna Byrne returns to Falmouth with Tim Ray (piano) Marshall Wood (bass) and Jim Gwin (drums).

Fall Fun on Cape Cod, Woods Hole style

October 20, 2015 by Beth Colt

We hope everyone had a wonderful end of summer. Here in Woods Hole, fall is well underway, and we greet the crisp air (and available parking!) with open arms.  Hello to fall fun on Cape Cod.

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Pumpkins on porch of Woods Hole InnVibrant pumpkins replace flip flops and beach towels on the patio of the Woods Hole Inn…

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An empty Stoney Beach is shocking to the eyes, especially in contrast to busy peak summer when families are packed to the brim along the shore.

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Coffee Obsession returns to its quirky off-season hours…

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And the infamous Quicks Hole Taqueria crawdad gears up for winter storage.

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It’s hard to imagine that only a few months ago, this very road held over 12,000 Falmouth road race runners.

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But, despite the lull and quiet peacefulness that autumn brings, there are still signs of life! Pie in the Sky forever stays open, epicenter of fall fun on Cape Cod, serving their renowned popovers and locally roasted coffee….

And tourists and sightseers continue to frequent Nobska Lighthouse.

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Last but not least, Quicks Hole Tavern donuts hit the spot on a chilly weekday lunch.

Looking for fall fun on Cape Cod?  Piping hot donuts in hand, you may have hit the jackpot.

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Toni Lynn Washington with the Frank Wilkins Quartet

September 30, 2015 by Beth Colt

Featuring Bobby Tynes (saxophone) Frank Wilkins (piano) Dave Zox (bass) Sergio Bellotti (drums). This program is in conjunction with JazzFest Falmouth.

“The Birds” – Woods Hole Theater Company

September 24, 2015 by Beth Colt

The Woods Hole Theater Company will perform, “The Birds” by Conor McPherson, adapted from a story by Daphne du Maurier, directed by William Kennedy and Ann Stone.

Performances will be held September 10-12, 17-19, and 24-26 at 8:00 PM with a matinee 2:00 PM Sunday, September 13th

Tickets: $15.00.  Tickets are available from Ovation Tix:  866-811-4111 or via the WHTC Website  www.woodsholetheater.org.

Fall Faculty Lecture Series: The Pacific World

September 20, 2015 by Beth Colt

Fall Faculty Lecture Series, The Pacifc World, Dr. Mary Malloy

WHERE: 
Sea Education Association
James L. Madden Center Lecture Hall
171 Woods Hole Road, Falmouth, MA

Free and Open to the Public

About the Lecture

For more than a century, scholars have described an “Atlantic World,” where ships connected Europe and Africa to the Americas and Caribbean, creating a web of commerce, cultural exchange, resource exploitation and devastating population loss in the New World. Because it is so much more vast than the Atlantic, it is only recently that the same kind of scrutiny is being given to the Pacific.

In this illustrated lecture, Dr. Mary Malloy will describe new ways of looking at the “Pacific World.” Starting with the voyages of Polynesians, Dr. Malloy will discuss how human populations have effected and managed island environments. She will examine the impact of Europeans and Americans on cultures and ecosystems, including the collapse of indigenous populations to disease and the decimation of a number of species with economic value back in the Atlantic world or in Asia, including whales, tortoises, sea otters, and sandalwood. She will draw connections, both ancient and modern, among various destinations around the Pacific Rim and Oceanic islands.

About the Lecturer

As a Professor of Maritime Studies and Program Director ofSEA Semester: The Global Ocean, Dr. Mary Malloy has traveled aboard SEA’s Pacific ship, the SSV Robert C. Seamans, along the Northwest Coast of North America, from Hawaii to French Polynesia, and in the waters of New Zealand. She has a PhD from Brown University and has written numerous books and articles dealing with trans-Pacific trade.

www.sea.edu 508-540-3954

MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series 2015-2016

September 18, 2015 by Beth Colt

A series of lectures, performances, and presentations brought to you by the MBL Associates. Lillie Auditorium, 7:30 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public. View recordings of some of our recent Forums:http://videocenter.mbl.edu/videos/channel/9/

An optional buffet dinner precedes each lecture at 6:00 pm at the MBL’s Swope Center. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance at the MBL Communications Office, 127 Water Street, Woods Hole, or at Eight Cousins Bookstore, Main Street, Falmouth. Dinner tickets are available until they sell out or until 5 PM on the Tuesday prior to the event. For more information, contact the MBL Communications Office at (508) 289-7423 or comm@mbl.edu.

The 2015 – 2016 MBL Falmouth Forum Lecture Series: Additional details are being included as received; please check back for updates.

09/18/15 “Sacred Powers of Water: an a cappella concert” – Rockefeller Chapel Choir, University of Chicago

10/01/15 “A Wild Approach to Climate Change” – Thomas Lovejoy, Conservation Biologist and Senior Fellow, United Nations Foundation

11/06/15 “Symphony Confidential: A Revolutionary Approach to Classical Music” – Jung-Ho Pak, Cape Symphony Artistic Director and Conductor

12/04/15 “Brave Genius: Jacques Monod’s Adventure From the French Resistance to the Nobel Prize” – Sean B. Carroll, award-winning scientist, writer, educator and executive producer

03/04/16 “How To Build a Heart: Lessons From Man and Nature” – Duke Cameron, MD, Professor and Chief of Cardiac Surgery, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

04/01/16 “This Verse Business: One-Man Show about Poet Robert Frost” – Gordon Clapp, Emmy-winning actor date TBD “Life Lessons from Living in Space” – Sunita Williams, Captain, US Navy

For more information, please visit:http://www.mbl.edu/falmouth-forum/?

“The Birds” – Woods Hole Theater Company

September 17, 2015 by Beth Colt

The Woods Hole Theater Company will perform, “The Birds” by Conor McPherson, adapted from a story by Daphne du Maurier, directed by William Kennedy and Ann Stone.

Performances will be held September 10-12, 17-19, and 24-26 at 8:00 PM with a matinee 2:00 PM Sunday, September 13th

Tickets: $15.00.  Tickets are available from Ovation Tix:  866-811-4111 or via the WHTC Website  www.woodsholetheater.org.

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