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  • The Power of Place: Progress, Change and Community.

The Power of Place: Progress, Change and Community.

  • 16 Jan 2018
  • Falmouth High School Theater

Changing Landscapes, Shifting Tides: The Story of Falmouth


Richard Blanco, poet and author, will discuss the interactions between humans and the landscape over Falmouth's 300 year history.


One of the most beloved and influential Maine poets and storytellers writing today, Richard Blanco is driven by a desire to examine the essence of place and belonging.  His work explores the age-old questions:  Where am I from? Where do I belong? Who am I in this world?


Falmouth High School Theater, Woodville Road, Falmouth
Free, reservations required:
https://www.falmouthme.org/falmouth-300


The is a Falmouth Tercentennial event.

Falmouth Heritage Museum
60 Woods Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105
Telephone: (207) 781-4727
Email:
info@thefhs.org

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The Falmouth Historical Society
190 US Route One PMB 367
Falmouth, ME 04105


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