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Falmouth Holidays by the Seas & Christmas Parade 2017

Come and get into the Christmas Holiday spirit for weekend on Cape Cod at Falmouth Holidays by the Sea Weekend 2017 Friday December 1st to Sunday December 3rd

Begin the festive Falmouth Chamber Holidays by the Sea Weekend by singing carols at Historic Nobska Lighthouse as the winter’s sun sets over Vineyard Sound. Run the Jingle Jog 5K and Kids Elf Run along Vineyard Sound. Greet Santa as he arrives by boat at beautiful Falmouth Harbor. Enjoy the Main St. festivities of the Holiday Stroll, join in the caroling at the lighting of the Village Green and get ready for the biggest small-town Christmas parade in all of Southeast New England on Sunday

Seafaring Santa

Santa Arrives at 10:30 AM
Falmouth Harbor, Scranton Avenue

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Falmouth Village Holiday Stroll

Holiday Stroll 5:00 – 8:00 PM.
Main Street, Falmouth Village
​Saturday, December 2, 2017
Main Street / Queen’s Buyway Stroll

Co-Sponsored by:  The Falmouth Village Association & The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce

See Falmouth Main Street transformed at night by the annual Holiday Stroll!  Enjoy the many unique shops, services, and restaurants in the heart of Falmouth Village. The street and storefronts are at their very best when decorated for the holidays.  Many of the merchants will be offering snacks and refreshments.  Shop and dine while enjoying the Very Merry Dickens Carolers strolling along the street.  The petting zoo is back at Queens Buyway, along with free popcorn for snacking.  The kids will be delighted to meet Santa in our inflatable North Pole located at Peg Noonan Park, where there will be hot cocoa and goodies provided by Bear in Boots.
Enjoy live music playing at Vagabond View, Puritan of Cape Cod, The Black Dog, and The Gallery on Main.  Some of our local talent will be on display, strolling the street: Turning Pointe Dancers, Soulfege A Cappella Group, and the FHS Band. Meet Moana at Caline For Kids, and next door stop in Cupcake Charlies for complimentary face painting by Mrs. Claus.  Keep a look out for the Christmas Parade Characters strolling the street.
The Falmouth EDIC will host caroling and refreshments at the renovated Falmouth Station (bus depot).
The street will be closed this year, so be aware that parking is available at Mullen Hall and Lawrence School, where the trolley will stop, while running from Peg Noonan to Queens Buyway.  The Holiday Stroll is a tradition with something for everyone!

Lighting of the Village Green

​Falmouth Village Green
​Main Street
Saturday, December 2, 2017, 7 PM

The Falmouth Brass Choir will lead the caroling before a special visit from Santa as we light up the green. People are encouraged to bring flashlights. Dress warmly. Be sure to enjoy the Main Street to Queens Buyway Stroll before and after the Lighting of the Green.

54th Annual
Christmas Parade

Main Street, Dillingham Avenue to the Falmouth Village Green
Sunday, December 3, 2017   NOON
Theme: “Dashing Through the Snow”
Parade steps off at noontime from Dillingham Avenue and proceeds down Main Street to the Village Green. Known as Southeastern Massachusetts’ largest holiday parade, featuring theme decorated floats, marching bands, live animals, costumed characters and Santa Claus!

Holidays at Highfield Hall 2017 in Falmouth MA

Holidays at Highfield will be  turning into a winter wonderland   from  Friday   November 24 – Sunday  December 3rd.

Holidays at Highfield Hall 2017 in Falmouth MA Cape Cod

A Winter Wonderland, every day November 24 – December 3rd
Monday – Thursday, 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Friday – Sunday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The theme at Highfield this year is inspired by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’ “A Child’s Christmas in Wales.” With quotes from this classic tale located throughout the house, the mansion evokes the nostalgia of Christmas past interwoven with a clever contemporary twist. Designer Cavallos’ take on the story includes fire hoses and fireman boots wrapped around the grand staircase, an abundance of snowballs, and a warm hearth in the dining room fashioned with a fully set table, velvet curtains and a fabulous holiday tree.

The event includes cookies served in an Olde English “pub,” a popular gift gallery of work by regional artists and craftspeople, the Any Soldier letter writing room, model trains, a family crafts area, seasonal music, Santa on Saturdays, and more. New this year is a fully appointed to-scale dollhouse model of the West Falmouth 1870s Captain Caleb Hamblin’s House, which is sure to be a hit. In a busy season full of things to do, Highfield Hall & Gardens is worth the stop.

Admission $10/$5 members, children free

Santa: Saturdays 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm, additional times: Friday November 24, 2:00 – 4:00 pm & Sunday November 26, 12:30 – 2:30 pm

Trains: Fridays – Sundays all day

Craft Activities throughout

Turning Pointe Dancers: Sunday November 26, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Musical Entertainment:

Judy Risch on piano

Cello students

Tradewinds vocal quartet – Sunday December 3, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The overall effect of all the work by the design team have transformed the Victorian mansion into a magical place in time. We invite you to come and experience the magic of Highfield!

56 Highfield Drive
Falmouth | MA


Bluegrass on the Lawn 2017 in Falmouth MA

Bluegrass on the Lawn  will be held on  August 6, 3-7pm at  Heritage Museums & Gardens in Falmouth MA.  Bluegrass on the Lawn 2017 in Falmouth MA

For the seventh year in a row, we’ll turn the front lawn blue—blue as in Bluegrass. Headliner Chasing Blue, a hot young ensemble from the Berklee College of Music, will heat up this summer’s foot-stomping, family concert. Bring a picnic or let our food vendor serve up supper. 3PM – 7PM.

The Lonely Heartstring Band. They’ll heat up this summer’s foot-stomping, family concert. Bring a picnic or stop by The Barking Claw, and get some popcorn, and an ice cold beer from Cape Cod Beer.

Heritage Museums & Gardens
67 Grove Street
Sandwich, MA 02563

Free Friday Night Summer Concerts 2017 in Falmouth MA

The 2016 The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Summer concerts will be held on Friday evenings 6-7:30pm at Peg Noonan Park in Falmouth MA. Free Friday Night Summer Concerts 2017  in Falmouth MA

Bring a beach chair or blanket to enjoy a great night of music.

July Concerts – TD Bank Summer Concerts

Friday 7/7

Technicolor Motorhome

Friday 7/14

North Country

Friday 7/21

Cat’s Melodeon

Friday 7/28

Paradise Rock

Falmouth Village Free Outdoor Movies Wednesday Night 2017

The Falmouth Village Association and the Black Dog  will be hosting free outdoor movies at Peg Noonan Park. Movies start at dusk or approximately 8:00pm between June 28 and August 30th  2017Falmouth Village Free Outdoor Movies Wednesday Night 2017

Enjoy dinner in one of Falmouth Village’s restaurants, then bring a blanket or chair and some snacks and plan to enjoy the following

Movies will be announced soon!

Arts Alive 2017 in Falmouth MA

Arts Alive is free 3-day celebration of the arts in Falmouth and the Upper Cape. Friday, June 16, 5 to 9pm; Saturday, June 17, 10am to 9pm; Sunday, June 18, 11am to 5pm.

Arts Alive 2017 in Falmouth MA

60 performances of Theater, Spoken Word, Dance and Music for all tastes – jazz, classical, folk and fiddle, show tunes.

Town Dance on Friday night, a Rock Fest Saturday Night.

More than 50 artisans and crafts people display and sell their wares.

All free and everyone welcome – rain or shine!

Friday Night: Performance Tent


5 PM Falmouth Academy Jazz Band


Falmouth Academy’s Cool Nights Jazz Band is made up of instrumental musicians in the Jazz II class taught by George Scharr, who is the director of orchestras and chair of the arts department at Falmouth Academy. The band includes saxes, trumpets, trombone, guitars, percussionist, clarinet and flute. The FA jazz Band performs at the end of June every year in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where they are rewarded with standing ovations.


6 PM All Cape Jazz Band


Music patrons and jazz enthusiasts will appreciate this year’s exceptional line-up of high school musicians from across the Cape. Cape high school musicians auditioned for this prestigious band in February, resulting in a righteous ensemble of the best sounds from the area’s regional high schools. Faculty judges selected seven saxophones, four trumpets, five trombones, two percussionists, piano, bass and guitar to come together for this one concert.


Falmouth High School and Falmouth Academy are well represented in this ensemble with: Josh Watson from FA and  Jonathan Decker, Jake Luckcraft, Nathaniel Evans, John Turner, Dante Colpus, and Robert Taft, all from Falmouth High School.


7 to 9 Town Dance with the Rip-it-Ups


The Rip-It-Ups are a traditional rock & roll band who play a lot of blues—a rockabilly band with country jazz and soul. Fronted by dynamic vocalist Jodi Birchall, the band plays everything from ballads, originals, country and western to great jazz, blues, and rock, with a lot of energy. Band members include recording artist, trumpet player, and singer/songwriter Kami Lyle; bassist and singer/songwriter Joey Spampinato who, along with his brother Johnny Spampinato, are members of the world-renowned rock & roll band, NRBQ; Paul Dinsmore and Gary Locke, who played with the Bluesdusters for many years in the Cape Cod area; Tad Price, on guitar, who has played with many varied musicians including Sarah Burrill; and Liam Hogg, who has played drums on the Cape for many years with bands like Earth Junior and Sarah Swain.


Saturday, On the Lawn


 9:30 AM to noon The Friday Morning Figure Painters 


The Friday Morning Figure Painters, led by Ruth Leech from the Falmouth Artists Guild will gather to paint a live model on the Library Lawn. Watch the paintings take shape as various artists interpret the model in their own unique ways, using a variety of media.


1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, Monday Morning Painters


Led by Patty Calkins-Martin, the Monday Morning Painters will paint the festive Arts Alive Festival as it happens, on the Library Lawn.


Saturday, Performance Tent


10 AM Sonnay Fiddlers 


The Sonnay Fiddlers play traditional Celtic and international fiddle tunes. The group is made up of beginning to very accomplished students of Nikki Engstrom, an award-winning fiddler and a member of the Celtic duo Stanley and Grimm. The fiddlers—and one cellist—range in age from young children to adults.


11 AM Belly Dancing with Elena 


Elena Griffin leads a troupe of Middle Eastern belly dancers in colorful costumes. She teaches belly dancing and believes that people of all ages and body types can learn to dance.


Noon Falmouth Theatre Guild 


Members of the Falmouth Theatre Guild will perform a medley of show tunes from past and upcoming shows. Glenn Starner-Tate will accompany on piano.


1 PM Khadija and Troupe Mirage 


Troupe Mirage is an Egyptian-style dance troupe of women aged 21 to 60, led by Khadija (Katrina Valenzuela), who teaches Egyptian and Arabic dance both at Cape Cod Community College and at Ballet Works in South Yarmouth.


2 PM Falmouth Songbirds 


The Falmouth Songbirds is women’s vocal ensemble directed by Susan Laite. They sing classical music, spirituals, jazz, folk, popular music, and standards in three-part harmony. The group encourages the love of music by offering instruction in voice, musical notation, and theory to its members.


3:00 PM Woods Hole Theater Company 


Members of the Woods Hole Theater Company will perform selections from their current offering of “next to normal” the rock musical by Brian Yorkey, currently playing at Woods Hole Community Hall.


4:00 PM Tom Goux and Friends


Members of Notescape, a close-harmony a cappella men’s vocal group will sing ballads, doo-wop, and popular tunes from the American Songbook. There will also be some instrumental music. Performers include singers Tom Goux, Peter Clark, Peter Hopewood, Joe Hackler, and Doug Man, with Bob Vander Pyl on guitar.


5 PM The Analogues


A high-fidelity, low-nonsense trio bringing blues, jazz, and funk to the masses. Featuring Shawn Malcolmson on percussion, Chris Harris on bass, and Neil Ganju on guitar and vocals.


6 PM Rock Fest: Flydown 


Rock music by Brian Kerins, vocals and bass, drummer Stevie “Flydown” Kenneally, and lead guitarist and background vocalist Jeff Lawson.


7 PM Rock Fest: Unnamed Colors 


Unnamed Colors is an original art-rock trio from Newburyport comprising four musical adventurers with a penchant for challenging. Together, they have established a unique, ever-evolving repertoire that is engaging, richly dynamic, and full of surprises.


8 PM Rock Fest: Left of Jupiter


Jason Violette on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Paul Violette on drums,  Rick MacGovern on bass, Daryl Sabine on lead guitar, and back-up vocals.


Saturday, Music Tent


10 AM Universal Sound


Universal Sound, under the direction of Lisa Esperson, will present percussion music from various world cultures.


11 AM Treasure Time Storybook Theater


Mrs. Treasure (Lee Drescher) will read a children’s book, sing songs and play guitar, encouraging children to actively participate in games, singing, and dancing.


Noon  Jim Lareau, Singer/Songwriter


Jim Lareau will sing original music, rock and roll songs, and bluesy tunes. He plays acoustic and electric guitar and ukulele.


1 PM  Yesterday’s Country


Yesterday’s Country plays old-time traditional classic country music from the Golden Era of Country Music throughout Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Members include Ben Carnavale on pedal steel guitar and lead guitar; Jack Meserve on vocals and acoustic guitar; Rich Brown on bass and vocals; Bill Kiesewetter on keyboard; and Paul Fata on vocals and lead guitar.


2 PM  Jeff Brown, Singer/Songwriter


Jeff sings folk, country, and bluesy covers and originals.


3 PM Cats’ Melodeon


Cats’ Melodeon, led by Bill Black on bouzouki, performs traditional Irish dance music—jigs and reels and more—on fiddle, flute, recorder, accordion, banjo, guitar, uilleann pipes, and bodhran. The group’s name comes from a local expression in Ireland’s County Mayo and refers (among other things) to an informal get-together for enjoyable purposes.


4 PM Bill Black Sings Irish Songs


Bill Black will sing songs of Ireland and songs of the water.


5 PM Matt Borrello, Singer/Songwriter An award-winning singer/songwriter who writes from personal experience, Matt Borrello draws his inspirations from folk, country, blues, and rock music. He is known for his insightful lyrics and passionate performances.


6 PM Jody Moore Band


The Jody Moore Band offers dance party fun, from Benatar to Journey, Blondie to Bon Jovi, with country, dance, and classic hits. Members include Jody Moore, vocals; Chuck Williamson, guitar; John MacFee, bass; and Chris Besegai, drums.


7 PM Stomp 86


Stomp 86 is an alternative rock cover band featuring Mark Leonar on guitar and vocals, Bob Bearse on bass, Ryan Buckley on drums and vocals, and Dave Carlino on lead guitar and vocals.


8 PM Audio Fossil


Audio Fossil is a three-piece band playing classic and newer rock music, including covers of Grand Funk, Tom Petty, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, and other bands.


Saturday, Library Tent


10:20 AM Engage Falmouth presents “Women’s Voices”


Engage Falmouth presents: “Women’s Voices,” a performance to highlight the power of women’s creativity to counter discrimination and inequality. Featuring a local chapter of The Handmaid’s Coalition, the acts will include music, literature, and song. Engage Falmouth’s mission is to motivate, mobilize and empower the community to become a force for progressive change.
11:20 AM Liz Saunders Trio


Liz Saunders, vocalist, Ted Jellinek, pianist, and Tony Scalisi, will present music from the Great American Songbook.


12:20 PM Old Main Road


Old Main Road will perform a mix of folk, blues and gospel/spiritual songs. The trio includes Rich Latimer, Lisa Allen, and Bill Bellamy.


1:20 PM Andrew Sexton Trio


The Andrew Sexton Trio plays great American music from several eras, including standards and originals. The trio features Alec Zeuli on alto sax and Bill Bellamy on bass.


2:20 PM BREAK for technical crew: no scheduled performance


3:20 PM Amy Hart & Co.


Amy Hart & Co. plays acoustic rock music.


4:20 PM Laughing Crow Band


The Laughing Crow Band plays blues, folk, gospel, and Americana music on guitar, bass, lap steel, and drums. They cover the music of Ben Harper, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Hot Tuna, and many others, as well as covering the original sources of their music, which they describe as is a grand continuum beneath a very large and welcoming tent.


5:20 PM Michael Shea, Singer/Songwriter


Michael Shea plays acoustic guitar and sings original songs and covers. He has been influenced by many songwriters, including Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Don McLean, Laura Nyro, Jesse Winchester, Ray Charles, and Jackson Browne.


6:20 PM Rhythm and Blues Conspiracy


The Rhythm and Blues Conspiracy draws its inspiration from postwar rhythm and blues, 1960s rock, and 1950s to ’70s soul. Their set list features both well-known and underrated cuts from Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Wilson Pickett, the Rolling Stones, The Who, Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Bo Diddley, and their favorite, the J. Geils Band. The sound is driving but not metal; the band very simply plays the blues.


Members include brothers Sam Puopolo on bass and lead vocals, Henry Puopolo on guitar and back-up vocals, and their father Scott Puopolo on drums. The band has performed at local bars such as Grumpy’s bar, the Anchor Alehouse, Dino’s Sports Bar and Grill, Lane’s Bowl and Bistro, as well as at events such as the Marshfield County Battle of the Bands and the Barnstable County Fair.


Sunday Performance Tent



11 AM Puffy Elvis


Puffy Elvis is a big, old-time rock ‘n’ roll band made up of teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators at Falmouth High School. Young in spirit and high in energy, the band plays favorite classic rock hits.


Noon Falmouth Fiddlers


The Falmouth Fiddlers play and sing old-time, bluegrass, and Celtic tunes on fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo, dobro, tin whistle, bodhran, cello, and string bass. Special guests include members of the Pine Street Pickers.


1 PM  Moonlighters Big Band


The 19-member Moonlighters Big Band plays dance music from the 20th and 21st centuries, including waltzes, tangos, cha-chas, rhumbas, bossa novas, swing music, foxtrots, and more. Performing on the Cape for 35 years, the band includes 5 saxes, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, guitar, keyboard, electric bass, string bass, drums, and a vocalist.


2:30 PM Cape Youth Orchestra Brass Ensemble


The Brass Ensemble of the Cape Youth Orchestra will perform under the direction of Chris Schroeder. The Cape Youth Orchestra program brings talented young musicians of all ages and skill levels together with professional conductors, musicians and educators from the Cape Symphony, Conservatory, and Boston area. Centered on fostering joy in instrumental and orchestral playing, the youth orchestra program provides young musicians with enriching musical experiences that strengthen their musicianship and create lasting memories.


3 PM College Light Opera Company


The College Light Opera Company, the Cape’s only resident music-theatre company and America’s premier training ground for young artists, will be performing a sneak preview of its opening show of the season. Founded in 1969, CLOC strives to provide high-quality musicals and operettas to summer audiences on Cape Cod, while at the same time giving young talent from around the world a chance to begin a career in music theatre.


4 PM Turning Pointe Dance Studio


Students from the Turning Pointe Dance Studio will perform a variety of classical and contemporary dances under the artistic direction of Laura Sciortino.


Sunday Music Tent


11 AM Doug Rugh, Artist


Doug Rugh will paint a still life, demonstrating how paint can be applied with a quick brush and using optical tricks to create the illusion of form. Doug is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and also studied the methods and materials of the old masters at the Schuler atelier in Baltimore. He maintains a studio, the Osborn & Rugh Gallery, at Queen’s Buyway with his artist wife Hillary Osborn.


Noon New Beginnings String Ensemble


New Beginnings is an eight-member ensemble of string players of all ages directed by Lary Chaplan of the Cape Conservatory of Music and Arts. The group performs a diverse repertoire, including classical music, country music, and show tunes. Chaplan has performed with a wide range of orchestras, rock, and jazz bands and currently plays violin with the Cape Symphony Orchestra.


1 PM Vic Solo as Elvis


Vic Sologaistoa is Elvis Presley, complete with white jumpsuit and Elvis-inspired gyrations, as he sings Elvis’s greatest hits.


2 PM The Pioneers


The Pioneers, Celtic musicians Austin McEathron and Ryan Grondahl, play a vibrant and cheery combination of Cape Breton and Irish fiddle music that will make you want to get up and dance.


3 PM Dawna Hammers


Dawna Hammers is a visionary singer, songwriter, performer and recording artist. Her original songs are a blend of folk, soft rock, blues, jazz and world beat. She brings truth, hope and inspiration through her songs that are full of melody, harmony and rhythm. She has performed Joni Mitchell tribute concerts and has released six CDs of original and cover songs.


4 PM Spinnaker Winds


Spinnaker Winds is a woodwind quartet that performs works from the baroque through the modern wind repertoire, as well as arrangements of tunes from all genres of music. Members are Lorrie Hassan, flute; Melanie Hayn, oboe; Alison Heleen, clarinet; and Emma O’Neil, bassoon. All are members of the Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra.


Sunday Library Tent


11 AM Celandine


Violinist Carol Rizzoli and cellist Ellen Adamson perform as Celandine. The duo will present music by a range of composers from Baroque to contemporary, along with lighter classics and folk songs. Both musicians are members of the Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra.


Noon FCTV Youth Producers


Allen Russell and the Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) Youth Producers, a will create a stop-motion video on the theme of Father’s Day. The Youth Producers will show how to create characters out of clay and what type of clay to use for these productions. They will also show how to animate using backgrounds and a green screen, as well as adding voices and music to create a finished product. Fun for children, teens, and adults, who are invited to gather around and watch.


1 PM Dawna Hammers: Family Show 


Dawna Hammers has been teaching music to children of all ages for over 30 years. She will present a fun, interactive sing-along of many of your favorite songs and some cool new ones too. Come sing, drum and dance with Dawna and experience the joy and power of a quality intergenerational musical experience.


2 PM Ladies’ Choice


Ladies’ Choice will play fiddle tunes written by local musicians and composers, as well as other favorite tunes. Ladies Choice is a group of women who enjoy singing and playing folk, Celtic, fiddle, popular, and original music on fiddle, guitar, tin whistle, cello, and bodhran. Dawna Hammers will join them to sing a tune that she wrote.


3:30 PM Synergy of Sound


For thousands of years, sound, music, and rhythm have been used by indigenous and wisdom traditions for celebration, ceremony, healing, and spiritual growth. Synergy of Sound’s concerts are offered in the spirit of these traditions. Participants are invited to connect to body, mind, and spirit with the support of harmonic, rhythmic sounds of a variety of ancient and contemporary instruments from around the world, including gongs, tingshas, Tibetan and crystal singing bowls, drums, rattles, flutes, voice, and more.

Seafood Sam’s Restaurant in Falmouth & Sandwich MA

In the summer of 1974, Sam’s Seafood  opened its first restaurant in a tiny, former laundromat with six employees, ancient equipment, and no seating. But Sam had a dream and a secret recipe: Offer the very best local seafood available and serve it with friendly, fast service at reasonable prices.
Seafood Sam’s Restaurant  in  Falmouth & Sandwich MA

Since 1974 Seafood Sam’s has been serving families just what they wanted. And now – with our menu expanded to over 100 items, friendly value pricing, large helpings, freshest ingredients and beautiful locations – we offer even more of what you want. Bring the whole family and enjoy our award-winning Cape Cod fare!

Here is some of the reviews

Seafood Sam’s Sandwich -There’s a lot to be said for an establishment that consistently delivers fresh, top-quality food in a familial atmosphere. The staff here is phenomenal and efficiently takes orders for long lines of customers, always with a friendly smile! Hint for visitors: if you want to order like a local, grab a menu before you get in line and choose your side beforehand (fries, rice or baked beans for lunch plates; same plus baked potato option for dinner; cole slaw, fries, rice or baked beans for sandwiches).
Literally everything on the extensive menu is amazing, but here are a few personal favorites:
-Fish tacos
-Seafood mac n’ cheese
-Fried haddock or broiled salmon sandwich
-Fried chicken with side of mac
Sam’s has a great gluten-free menu and is one of the few restaurants where my sister, who has a gluten allergy, can consistently go out to eat without worrying she’ll have a problem. There’s also something to be said for the fact that my grandfather, who is VERY particular about food and customer service and not afraid to complain if he’s dissatisfied, has never had a reason to do so here. In fact, he would choose Seafood Sam’s over any other restaurant for dinner.
I can guarantee you’ll leave happy if you come to Sam’s for a meal. And in the off chance that you don’t, the managers and owner of the company will do everything they can to make it right.

Seafood Sam’s Sandwich Have lived in Sandwich for 25+ yrs and Seafood Sams is the place to go for good natural seafood. Their clam chowder is outstanding as is their fish chowder. Their main dishes are extremely tasty, their side orders of fries, baked potato, baked beans, rice pilaf or the veggie of the day can change up your meal each time. The desserts – so very good. So this is the place to go for a great meal after a day at the beach, fishing, sailing or just enjoying your day.

Seafood Sam’s Sandwich Good seafood, GREAT lobster rolls. The onion rings are done perfectly. It’s a simple restaurant: one orders at the counter, then retrieves the tray of food to take to your table. But, the food is to die for. A wide-ranging menu, but if you’re there only once, get the lobster roll. Or the Crabster Roll (half lobster meat and half crab meat). The lobster roll is the typical knuckle and claw meat, but nicely done on a toasted and buttered roll.

Seafood Sam’s FalmouthStopped in for lunch on the good word of a friend — good advice. I had fish &chips and my husband had fried whole clams.and scallops. Two empty plates and full bellies. Washed it down with a Cape Cod Blonde. No frills, seat yourself, just great seafood and fast, friendly service.

Seafood Sam’s Falmouth This place right here has me dreaming of fried scallops and clam strips all the way in Greensboro, NC (You can’t get good seafood ANYWHERE down here.) Seafood Sam’s is HANDS DOWN the best seafood on the Cape, always fresh, always delicious. And the team they have running that place is unmatched (Trust me, I was one of them ?) Let me put it to you this way…..”If it ain’t Sam’s? Then it ain’t Seafood!!!” Love every one of you guys.


Hours as of March 1, 2017
Sun-Th 11 AM – 8:30 PM & Fri-Sat 11 AM – 9 PM
Address: 6 Coast Guard Rd, Sandwich, MA 02563
Phone: (508) 888-4629


Hours as of March 1, 2017
Sun-Th 11 AM – 8:30 PM & Fri-Sat 11 AM – 9 PM
Address: 356 Palmer Ave, Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: (508) 540-7877

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Falmouth Theatre Guild

Falmouth Theatre Guild will be performing  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Friday May 5th thru Sunday May 21st .  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Falmouth Theatre Guild

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The story is based on the “coat of many colors” story of Joseph from the Bible’s Book of Genesis.

Highfield Theater
58 Highfield Drive
Falmouth, MA 02540
Palmer Ave to Depot Street, top of the hill on right

Falmouth Village Blooming Spring Festival 2017

Join us in welcoming spring back to Falmouth Village! For the first two weeks in May, Falmouth Village blooms with May baskets, May poles, plant sales and an unbelievable kids day! Of 1465718_490264177759614_37882313_o-300x143course, there will also be plenty of blooming bargains at retail stores. Add to that a Cinco de Mayo celebration in the streets Flower Power specials at local restaurants and you have one Cape Cod village that ushers in spring with gusto. Look at all that’s in store for the first two weeks in May as Falmouth Village brings out the blooms!

Falmouth Village Kids day 

Join us for the second annual Falmouth Village Association sponsored Kids Day!
What: Mother’s Day and spring themed crafts, sweet treats, bubble artist, face painting and a visit from The Black Dog dog!
When: May 13th 12-4
Where: All festivities will be taking place at Falmouth Museums on the Green.
Price: FREE! All we need is an RSVP!

Spohr Gardens Daffodil Days 2017 in Falmouth MA

Daffodil Days will be held at Spohr Gardens in Falmouth MA on 2 Saturday, April 22 & 29th  10am-4pm. Experience the sheer beauty of thousands of daffodils. Free admission, donations accepted.

Spohr Gardens Daffodil Days 2017 in Falmouth MA

April 22
10 – 4 Master Gardeners will answer your questions
OPET Table with plans for the WHOI property

April 29
10 – 4 Master Gardeners will answer your questions
OPET Table with plans for the WHOI property

Girl Scout Troop 62003 will have information
on their butterfly project at the gardens

Music will fill the gardens:
10 – 12 Falmouth Academy String Octet

1 – 2
Falmouth Fiddlers
Spohr Gardens
45 Fells Rd.
Falmouth, MA 02540