The Cape and Islands RSVP program is once again offering a free Winter Education Series for their volunteers and the general public.
The series consists of one presentation per month, January through March, as well as a film that focuses on an environmental topic important to Cape Cod and the Islands. The Winter Education Series is a virtual event due to COVID-19 health concerns.
The featured film is “Spinnaker the Film,” the story of Spinnaker the humpback whale from birth through death, which will be shown Wednesday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m.
A presentation on Marine Animal Entanglement by the Center for Coastal Studies will be featured as the Wednesday, Jan. 19, program, at 10 a.m. This presentation will further explain the life of Spinnaker, as well as answer any marine wildlife questions.
To register as a participant, call Alberto Martinelli at 508-394-4630, ext. 524, or email Alberto.Martinelli@escci.org.
RSVP of Cape Cod & the Islands is a grantee of AmeriCorps Seniors with funding through their RSVP program, and sponsored by Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands (ESCCI). ESCCI is a federally designated Area Agency on Aging, the state designated Aging Services Access Point and the Disability Resource Consortium for Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket counties.