September 28, 2016
Rumors

Hilarity descends on Woods Hole with Neil Simon’s, “Rumors”, this October

The Woods Hole Theater Company (WHTC) brings Neil Simon’s brilliant farce, Rumors, to the Community Hall this October, continuing its 42 years of engaging and promoting the cultural growth of the community of Woods Hole and the vicinity. WHTC operates year-round, producing a wide variety of plays and special events at affordable prices. Rumors, is an uproariously hilarious farce surrounding bickering, false identity, lies, relationship trials and of course, rumors. The show opens as  Chris and Ken Gorman arrive at the Sneden’s Landing townhouse of Deputy Mayor Charlie Brock to celebrate his 10th wedding anniversary to his wife, Myra and […]
August 16, 2016
Falmouth Road Race

Falmouth Road Race

For 44 years the Falmouth Road Race has brought thousands of people from all over the world to the town of Falmouth. It’s amazing to see how quickly the town transforms as participants, coaches, and families crowd the streets. In total, the race is about seven miles long. The race begins at the Captain Kidd in Woods Hole and winds around Nobska Lighthouse to finally finish along Grand Avenue at Falmouth Heights Beach. There are multiple heats that runners are placed in to dependent on their rank. Each runner has a specific number and as they cross the finish line […]
August 9, 2016
Science Made Public

Science Made Public

Science Made Public is an annual, summertime series of publicly accessible talks by scientists and engineers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. All talks take place on Tuesdays at 3:00 p.m. in WHOI’s Ocean Science Exhibit Center, 15 School Street, Woods Hole. August 9 – Breaking the Ice: Tracking the Effects of Climate Change in the Arctic Lauren Kipp, Joint Program Student, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry Dept. The Arctic is particularly susceptible to climate change, but little is known about how increased temperatures, diminishing sea ice, and the thawing of frozen land will affect the Arctic Ocean and its ecosystems. […]
July 13, 2016
woods hole science stroll

Woods Hole Science Stroll

On Saturday, August 6, from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., the nonprofit organizations of Woods Hole have joined together to present a free public day of interactive science along Water Street. Explore science on the streets of Woods Hole and an get up close view of a working research vessel and a Coast Guard rescue boat. See ocean robots, explore science displays, animal touch tanks, and hands-on activities. Fun for the whole family! For more information about ship tours and the day’s activities, click here. Participating organizations: Buzzards Bay Coalition Marine Biological Laboratory NOAA Fisheries NOAA Office of Marine & […]