Arts and Entertainment
The audience was captivated by the production and it is a show that is certainly worth an evening out.
"Into the Woods" is the story of a baker and his wife's journey into the woods in search of a cow, a red cape, a strand of yellow hair and a golden slipper.
Ms. Guest will follow the demonstration with a two-hour hands-on workshop.
"Mona Coyote" is a swashbuckling tale about a girl who shares Don Quixote's vivid imagination and hunger for adventure.
Ensemble Passacaglia is a quartet specializing in ancient and world music.
The goal of Wolf Talk is to clarify the misconceptions about this endangered species and to restore the wolf to the American wilderness.
Founded in 1963 in Toronto, Canada, The Irish Rovers have sold more than 40 million albums.
On hand for this special viewing will be local author Gioia Dimock signing copies of her new book, "Images of America: Bourne."
Mr. Wells, a resident of West Falmouth, has taught European history at Falmouth Academy since 1986.