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The Opening Night! online auction is now open!
Visit https://www.biddingforgood.com/openingnight2015FA to place your bids on the silent auction items and preview the live auction items up for bid at the May 2 event. Bidding for silent auction items will close April 30 at 10 p.m.
Thanks to our generous parents, friends and business community, we have many wonderful donated items up for bid, including artworks, overnight stays, gift certificates, boat trips, children’s summer program tuition, and more!
Tickets are on sale now for Opening Night! Join us on Saturday, May 2 for Falmouth Academy’s annual auction and benefit from 7-10 p.m. in the Falmouth Academy gym.
The live auction event on May 2 will include music by Paul Weller and Mark Elsner, as well as Maureen Fischer, who will play show tunes, crowd pleasers and dance music. As a special bonus, we will also have a fabulous small silent auction during our May 2 event. A champagne welcome, sponsored by Portside Liquors, will be followed by hearty hors d’oeuvres. Auctioneer John Schofield of Eldreds Auction Gallery will add excitement to the live event, which will conclude with our annual Fund A Need drive.
Tickets are $50 per person, two reserved seats for $175, or a reserved table of ten for $1,000. Contact Crissy Pingal at 508-457-9696, 242, for tickets or for more information.
We are grateful to our event sponsors: Dellbrook Construction/J. K. Scanlan Co., Eck MacNeely Architects, Inc., John Keene Excavation, Inc., and Andrew Mitchell & Co. Additional sponsors include: Intergas, Portside Liquors, Anchor-In Hotel, Cape Destinations and Blum Shapiro.
Some of our fabulous auction items are listed here.
Spirit Week 2015 was an exciting time for everyone at Falmouth Academy. From dress-up themes to games and skits, every member of our community played, laughed and enjoyed our time as a community.
The week capped off with Artistic Expression Day, in which each class presented their own creative skit at All-School Meeting.
Seventh graders performed their own sorting ceremony, a la the book “Divergent,” with individual classmates coming to a table to be sorted into different factions of society.
The eighth grade performed a live-action version of Mario Bros., in which every class member ran a cardboard cloud, patch of grass, question-mark button or piece of goal past a running-in-place Mario, giving the impression of video game motion.
The ninth grade gave a song-and-art performance, in which a line of singers hid some sponge-painting artists from view. The group cleared at the end to reveal a banner, a stencil painting of a jubilant FA student.
Sophomores performed the outbreak of World War I as a cocktail party, with each party-goer a different country. The ensuing melee at the party was the kick-off to the war.
Juniors created an elaborate parody of the song “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria,” in tribute to classmate Maria Barrera, whose locker apparently needs cleaning, but whose personality adds much to student life in the 11th grade.
The presentations ended with seniors paying tribute to teacher and class advisor Doug Jones, who’s embarked on a reelection campaign for selectman in the town of Falmouth. Students wore placards with his name and sang a tribute based on “Mr. Jones and Me” by the Counting Crows.