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Program Registration

Please fill out the form below, and check off the boxes (at the end of the form) for the programs you are interested in registering for.

Programs and events are provided free of charge thanks to generous support from the Friends of Falmouth Public Library and the Falmouth Public Library Board of Trustees.

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Program Registration Form

  • If your plans change, please let us know in case there is a wait list for the program. Feel free to contact us for further information. The Reference Department can be reached at info@falmouthpubliclibrary.org or 508-457-2555 x 7.
  • We will only call you if the program(s) you signed up for are canceled.
  • If you choose to provide an email address, we will send you an email confirmation.
  • Death and Dessert is back! Come join us for this popular event on Saturday, March 23rd at 3 pm, Four New England mystery writers, Peter Swanson, Bruce Robert Coffin, Mary Hart and Sarah Osborne will read from and discuss their newest books, and answer your questions. There will be cake! Books will be available for sale at the talk, courtesy of Eight Cousins Books.
  • Led by Joanne Holcomb, retired English teacher and English/Language Arts Department at Falmouth High School, 4 sessions in April. Please read chapters 1-7 before class, books available at the Reference Desk.
  • Led by Susan Schmidt, French language teacher at Falmouth High School, 4 sessions in April. Ability to speak and read in French at a late high school or early college level is necessary. Please read chapters 1-9 before class, books will be available at the Reference Desk.
  • Taught by James W. Kershner, covering history, theory and practice, and including a slide show based on his recent tour of major sites. 4 sessions in April.
  • Taught by Tom Gotsill, exploring some ideas in philosophy and ethics. Lecture, viewing, and discussion for 2 films, 4 sessions in April, 2nd and 4th sessions longer to view films.
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