It’s science fair season, when students of all ages assemble dioramas and construct projects to explain complex science in an understandable way. In Falmouth, the 36th annual science fair this past weekend drew teachers, parents, friends and judges to the high school field-house.
Falmouth biology teacher Cory Dubuque has coordinated the fair for the last eight years. He said projects go beyond the expected, touching on everything from genetics to energy production.
If you were one of the disappointed Edward Gorey fans who couldn’t get into our Sunday Screening in Cotuit, we have good news: we've added another screening!
Cape Cod filmmaker Christopher Seufert and Edward Gorey’s cousin Ken Morton will be screening The Last Days of Edward Gorey at the Chatham Orpheum Theater on Saturday March 22nd at 10am. This is a documentary in the making and we’ll get a peek at the process and challenges of completing a film when your subject dies halfway through the project. After the show we have a Q&A with the filmmakers!
In March and April one of the best kept secrets on the Cape and Islands is the display of the American woodcock. Woodcock are nocturnal birds, and while rarely seen, they are surprisingly common. They make a living by eating earthworms at night with their ridiculously long bill as a probe.