Stage Door Canteen performing at Liam Maquire's

Stage Door Canteen at Liam Maquire’s

The New Year of 2014 is almost upon us and there is much to celebrate in our seaside village of Falmouth Cape Cod. New Year’s Eve itself will be busy with fabulous events such as the incredible swing band, Stage Door Canteen, at our own Liam Maguire’s on Main Street.

On New Years and all through the year our active Falmouth Village hosts dozens of unique and fun boutique shops. If you are looking for chic women’s clothing try Port Cargo, Treasure Chest, Puritans, Mazwells, Green Eyed Daisy or Bella’s and there is the new Cape Chic in Queen’s Buyway Shops. It is always fun to explore Eight Cousins Bookstore and see what recommended readings they have for all ages. For the kids, a trip to Kaleidoscope Toys is a must where you will find sweet baby toys, arts and crafts for all ages, building kit gifts or puzzles, books etc. For the gift of jewelry you can check out Falmouth Jewelry, Hannoush Jewelers, or Touche’s expansive cape cod bracelet choices.

As for working up a little hunger while exploring the many shops of Falmouth Village stop at any number of great restaurants like: Stone L’Oven, Liam Maguire’s, La Cucine Sul Mare, Pickle Jar, Bean and Cod, Molly’s Tea Room, Quarterdeck, and several others. Don’t forget your sweet tooth….perhaps Ben and Bill’s Chocolate Emporium, Ghelfi’s Candies,  Cupcapes of Falmouth, or Maison Villatte will satisfy.

One of the many things we love in Falmouth is that unlike many other Cape Cod towns who close after Columbus Day our Falmouth shops and restaurants stay open year round.  So if you are looking to get away and enjoy all Cape Cod has to offer not just during the bustling days of summer be sure to visit Falmouth.

 

Falmouth Christmas Parade

Falmouth Cape Cod’s iconic Christmas Parade

The Falmouth Holiday Season is particularly special this year with so many activities to enjoy.

A part of the season kickoff is the Falmouth Holiday Parade which celebrated 50 years in 2013.  This is the largest Holiday Parade in Southeastern Massachusetts.

Celebrate the season with residents and visitors alike and then stroll Main Street and enjoy the window treatments while shopping for holiday gifts.

There is the singing of Holiday carols at Nobska Lighthouse, the annual lighting of the Falmouth Village Green displays, 2nd annual Jingle Jog and Elf Run, Seafaring Santa Sailing into Falmouth and much more.
 
 

Highfield Hall entrance decorated for the holidays.

Highfield Hall’s entrance decorated for the Holidays.

An annual tradition has been Holidays at  Highfield Hall.  Every year it just gets better!  This year the interior decorations were magnificent and then there was the terrific electric train display, the pocket full of poseys display, the international creche displays and the new holiday store in just off the grand hallway.

Call any of our Inns to inquire about availability for this special promotion where you book a two night stay for either April or May  and receive your choice of either 2 ferry tickets to Martha’s Vineyard OR a 50% credit for 2 roundtrip Peter Pan bus tickets from Boston.

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Japanese red maple soaks in the sun

Japanese red maple soaks in the sun

 

Fall is an amazing time here in Falmouth. What we love about Cape Cod in the summer becomes somehow more magical in the fall.

 

 

 

The weather can be warm one day and then nipping at our noses the next.

Sudden snow makes a single November day of beauty

Sudden snow makes a single November day one of beauty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The trees are bright with color and the skies are beyond blue.

There is so much beauty in nature it’s time to stop and take a look at the changing lands around us.

Bright yellow on the village green

Bright yellow on the village green

 

 

 

 

 

As we are watching the last of the local color make its way to the ground, the town of Falmouth is busying itself with all the preparations for Holidays by the Sea, our annual town celebration.The streets are getting decked out.

 

 

Choo Choo!

Choo Choo!

The train set in Eastman’s Ace Hardware window on Main Street is new this year. Soon the square will have its displays, tree and choirs. The lights will twinkle all up and down the avenue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And all our Innkeepers are readying for our Bed and Breakfast Open House.  There will be sweets and treats and a raffle.  It is $10 per person.  The proceeds from the event will benefit the Falmouth Military Support Group.  It will be held Sunday, December 8  from 1:30 to 4:30 right after the best parade on the Cape!

A perfect apple pie to share makes everyone smile

A perfect apple pie to share makes everyone smile

So come experience Falmouth during the Holidays and get a chance to feel the warmth of a community.

September is the perfect time to hop the Steamship Authority ferries in Woods Hole and visit the village of Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard.  The ferry ride takes about 45 minutes, he shops and t-shirt stores to the “Gingerbread Cottages” which were built as a revivalist campground in the 1870’s.  Here you will find tiny Victorian houses all jammed together in concentric circles surrounding a large open air wooden “tent” that is used today for gatherings, readings and concerts.  This amazing collection of structures (which is now a National Historic Landmark) is painted many different colors and you will see the lucky residents of the Campgrounds lounging on their porches and enjoying the hustle bustle of the day.

There are many restaurants to choose from in Oak Bluffs, but try the MV Chowder Company which is right near the ferry dock and serves an award winning authentic New England clam chowder.  Across the street from this, ride the 100 year old Flying Horses Carousel, a step back in time that you will surely enjoy.

On the way home, maybe you will get lucky and see the hot red sunset as you steam back across Vineyard Sound.  A day trip to Oak Bluffs is a fun way to spend your visit to Falmouth.

Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard ferry terminal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gingerbread Cottages in Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard

 

 

 

 

 

View of the ferry dock in Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard MA

 

 

 

 

 

gingerbread cottages on Marthas Vineyard, day trips from Falmouth MA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View from the Steamship Authority ferry from Oak Bluffs to Woods Hole

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large ferry to take you from Woods Hole to Oak Bluffs, great daytrip from Falmouth

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

Liam Maguire's Irish Pub

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com
Front of Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Photo (c) Copyright P.L.O’Connell, use here with permission. All Rights Reserved.

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

Liam Maguire's Irish Pub

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

Liam Maguire's Irish Pub

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

Liam Maguire's Irish Pub

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com

“I had my first prolonged contact with the sea at Woods Hole. I never tired of watching the tidal currents pouring through the Hole – that wonderful place of whirlpools and eddies and swiftly racing water.”    – Rachel Carson

Rachel Carson Memorial

Looking out on Woods Hole Passage.

Earlier this month a new bronze memorial statue was unveiled at Waterfront Park in the Woods Hole section of Falmouth. The statue depicts Ms. Carson sitting on a bench while comfortably resting her back against a wooden piling. She gazes out over the waters of her beloved Woods Hole Passage.

In the late 1950’s Ms. Carson began to devote all of her energies to conservation, with an emphasis on environmental problems. In 1962 she published “Silent Spring” the book that is widely credited with launching the environmental movement. Although “Silent Spring” was met with strong opposition from chemical companies, it inspired a reversal in national pesticide policy, which led to the nationwide banning of DDT and other pesticides and inspired a grass roots environmental movement that led to the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Ms. Carson was awarded the presidential medal of Freedom by President Carter.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub Features Great Food and a Relaxed Atmosphere

Liam Maguire's Irish Pub

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

We went to Liam’s a recently. Falmouth is home to the one and only Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. Established in 1994 by Liam and Deborah Maguire, the pub quickly became a local favorite and, of course, the center of celebrations on St. Patrick’s Day.

The entertainment at Liam’s features regular bands, Irish music and quiz nights year round. Our bartender this evening was Rory, he is 6’6? and is Liam and Deb’s older son. He makes the best Irish coffee – not too bitter, not too sweet, and just the right kick.

The Menu

The menu at this Cape restaurant includes all the favorite pub grub you expect from Nachos and Potato Skins, to Fish & Chips and shepherd’s pie. They also feature a few twists on old favorites like Gaelic Grilled Cheese and Grilled Salmon Sandwiches. Whenever my daughter comes to visit she insists on stopping by for a pint and a bowl of beef stew. The restaurant has delicious “sweet potato fries” and we really like the “Irish egg rolls.”

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub

273 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: 508-548-0285
Fax: 508-495-1586
www.liammaguire.com

676c6c”>page participate in a workshop, and just enjoy the ambiance of Woods Hole at the annual Woods Hole Film Festival.  Now in its 22nd year, it is the oldest film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands.

This year’s offerings include more than 100 documentary, animated, and narrative films from around the world, with an  emphasis on local filmmakers. For instance, “By Way of Home”, tells the story of a woman who returns to the Cape to work in the family restaurant.  “The Golden Scallop” is about the finalists in a seafood shanty contest.  With a nod to the renowned scientific community that hosts the Festival, several films have a science theme.  “Atlantis/Earth” was filmed aboard the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s research ship Atlantis and features local oceanographers and a unique look at their life at sea.

The fun runs through Saturday, August. 3. Tickets are available at the Festival  box office at 72 Water Street.   The 2013 Woods Hole film Festival concludes with an awards ceremony at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Redfield Auditorium, followed by a closing night party at The Waterfront.
WH film festivalThere’s still time to take in some great independent films, meet filmmakers, participate in a workshop, and just enjoy the ambiance of Woods Hole at the annual Woods Hole Film Festival.  Now in its 22nd year, it is the oldest film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands.

This year’s offerings include more than 100 documentary, animated, and narrative films from around the world, with an  emphasis on local filmmakers. For instance, “By Way of Home”, tells the story of a woman who returns to the Cape to work in the family restaurant.  “The Golden Scallop” is about the finalists in a seafood shanty contest.  With a nod to the renowned scientific community that hosts the Festival, several films have a science theme.  “Atlantis/Earth” was filmed aboard the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s research ship Atlantis and features local oceanographers and a unique look at their life at sea.

The fun runs through Saturday, August. 3. Tickets are available at the Festival  box office at 72 Water Street.   The 2013 Woods Hole film Festival concludes with an awards ceremony at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Redfield Auditorium, followed by a closing night party at The Waterfront.
We know that summer has arrived when we hear the lobsterman’s bugle blowing on Monday evenings on the spacious Saint Barnabas lawn.

Lob-stah Bugle

Lob-stah Bugle

The bugle is played by a very energetic gentleman who is dressed in Bermuda shorts, a top hat and a lobster suit. He beckons one and all to join him for a fine feast of lobster rolls and chips on a warm summer’s evening.

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Lob-stah on the Lawn Banner

Fifteen dollars is charged for a meal of a lobster roll, chips, a soft drink or bottled water and your choice of blueberry or apple pie. Children eat free. They are served: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, a drink-box and a cookie.

Outdoor Seating

Outdoor Seating

This year Saint Barnabas is holding their “Lobster on the Lawn” every Monday from July 8th through to August 19th. The feast is held rain or shine from five to seven P.M. and all proceeds go toward the churches soup kitchen. The kitchen serves three lunch time meals a week, year round to the needy.

falmouth hospitalFalmouth is in the midst of a summer-long celebration of the 50th birthday of Falmouth Hospital.  This outstanding community hospital has 95 beds, the latest in diagnostic imaging technology, surgery and outpatient surgery, and a maternity center.  Providing more than 40,000 visits a year, its emergency room is among the busiest in all of Massachusetts during the summer months.

Our town is fortunate to have such a community resource.  Thanks, Falmouth Hospital, for taking good care of the residents and visitors to Falmouth!
WH film festivalThere’s still time to take in some great independent films, meet filmmakers, participate in a workshop, and just enjoy the ambiance of Woods Hole at the annual Woods Hole Film Festival.  Now in its 22nd year, it is the oldest film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands.

This year’s offerings include more than 100 documentary, animated, and narrative films from around the world, with an  emphasis on local filmmakers. For instance, “By Way of Home”, tells the story of a woman who returns to the Cape to work in the family restaurant.  “The Golden Scallop” is about the finalists in a seafood shanty contest.  With a nod to the renowned scientific community that hosts the Festival, several films have a science theme.  “Atlantis/Earth” was filmed aboard the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s research ship Atlantis and features local oceanographers and a unique look at their life at sea.

The fun runs through Saturday, August. 3. Tickets are available at the Festival  box office at 72 Water Street.   The 2013 Woods Hole film Festival concludes with an awards ceremony at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Redfield Auditorium, followed by a closing night party at The Waterfront.

If it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and provide a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
If it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and provide a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
Commodores batterIf it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and provide a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
Commodores batterIf it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and it’s a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
Commodores batterIf it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and it’s a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
Commodores batterIf it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and it’s a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
Heritage Gardens 1 Need a bit of a respite from a hot summer day?  Pay a visit to Heritage Museums & Gardens in nearby Sandwich.  In these   hundred acres of trees and shrubs, gardens, and expansive lawns, you’re sure to find a cool spot to relax, take in the scenery, or enjoy a picnic lunch.  While most known for their spring rhododendrons and flowering trees, the Gardens are a showcase all year long.

Heritage offers something for young and old.  Hidden Hollow, a certified Nature Explore Classroom, is tucked away in a kettle hole and offers families the chance to explore, play, climb, build, and create in a unique, natural setting.  Ride the hundred-year-old hand-carved carousel.   Exhibitions include American Folk Art, the Automobile Gallery, and a variety of traveling exhibits.

 

Flume Fountain

Flume Fountain

Make sure to see the spectacular Flume Fountain, a two-foot wide mirror of water that glides for more than 200 feet through mature plantings.  It ends with a  dramatic 26-foot waterfall that drops into an oval pool.

A visit to Sandwich and the Heritage Museums and Gardens is a great day trip from Falmouth.  Enjoy the gardens and exhibits and be back in Falmouth in time for dinner!

Heritage Garden Windmill
Commodores batterIf it’s July it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and it’s a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!
falmouth hospitalFalmouth is in the midst of a summer-long celebration of the 50th birthday of Falmouth Hospital.  This outstanding community hospital has 95 beds, the latest in diagnostic imaging technology, surgery and outpatient surgery, and a maternity center.  Providing more than 40,000 visits a year, its emergency room is among the busiest in all of Massachusetts during the summer months.

Our town is fortunate to have such a community resource.  Thanks, Falmouth Hospital, for taking good care of the residents and visitors to Falmouth!

If it’s July, it’s Cape Cod Baseball and the legendary Cape Cod League is in full swing.  Colleges’ top players from around the country compete each summer and many have gone on to be the stars of the Major Leagues.  The Falmouth Commodores play their home games at Arnie Allen Diamond at Guv Fuller Field, just a short walk from Falmouth Village Center.

Founded in the early 1900s, the Cape Cod League provides an exciting brand of baseball from some of America’s top college prospects and it’s a fun night out under the lights for families and baseball enthusiasts.

Come see the stars of tomorrow play in one of America’s most legendary baseball leagues.

Go Commodores!

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