REBECCA FORSTER/ENTERPRISEChelsea Boulrisse, UCT Mikayla McNeelyParticipants in the BBC Polar Plunge enter the frigid water at Falmouth Heights Beach on Sunday. Benefits from the event went to the Falmouth Service Center.Kids wait for night to fall at the Falmouth Fireworks display.Veterans enjoy a paddle on Mill Creek as Part of the Wounded Warriors Project.Software Engineer and volunteer David Pingal, of Falmouth, assists Neighborhood Falmouth member Natalie Trousof with learning the ins and outs of an ipad alongside FA senior Dan Eder.Bystanders at the Falmouth Road race give hi-5's to runners as they pass by.The rules of Falmouth Sprint triathlon are announced while participants donning swim caps listen.Spectators turned up by the thousands to watch surfers brave swell generated by Hurricane Bill.Visitors check out the new library at Mass Maritime Academy, which includes a lighted three-story wall inscribed with the complete novel "Moby Dick."Bronwen Prosser Armstrong and Simon Miner, both of Woods Hole, enjoy a ride down the hill at Woods Hole Golf Course on Saturday afternoon during the first major snowstorm of the year.A sheep has something to say while it gets groomed for a show at the Barnstable County Fair.A couple tests out the strength of Hurricane Irene's winds at Chapaquiot Beach.