2011 Falmouth Holidays by the Sea
Friday, December 2
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Holiday Carol Sing at Nobska Lighthouse
Historic Nobska Lighthouse, Nobska Road, Woods Hole Dress Warmly! Parking on the grass in front of the 2 car garage. No bathroom facilities. Refreshments provided.
Saturday, December 3
8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Family Pancake Breakfast & Parade Raffle
Morse Pond School, 323 Jones Road, Falmouth Face painting, delicious pancake & sausage breakfast, Smitty’s ice cream, free children’s raffle (with breakfast) and parade raffle; this year featuring a 40” Flat Screen TV, to benefit the 48th annual Falmouth Christmas Parade. Begin your morning with breakfast, fun and the chance to win one of more than 90 terrific raffle prizes.
11:00 a.m. Seafaring Santa Sails into Falmouth
Immediately following breakfast, be sure to head over to the docks at Falmouth Harbor (behind the Flying Bridge Restaurant on Scranton Ave.) to welcome Santa as he sails into Falmouth Harbor. Sing along to your favorite Christmas carol and enjoy a steaming cup of hot chocolate.
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. Nobska Lighthouse Public Viewing
Tour the historic Nobska Lighthouse, Nobska Road, Woods Hole. Santa visits at noon.
5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Main Street / Queen’s Buyway Stroll
In the spirit of the lighting of the Village Green, many Main Street and Queens Buyway shops will remain open until 8 p.m. Before and after the lighting, stroll the street and enjoy the festively decorated shop windows, holiday
refreshments and caroling while you get a head start on your holiday shopping.
7:00 p.m. Lighting of the Falmouth Village Green
Help us to usher in the holiday season. The Falmouth Brass Choir will lead the caroling before a special visit from Santa. We encourage you to dress warmly and bring flashlights.
Sunday, December 4
48th Annual Falmouth Christmas Parade
Presented by the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce Theme: “Christmas Memories, Celebrating 325 Years” Parade steps off at noon from the Falmouth Mall and proceeds down Main Street towards the Village Green. Known as Southeastern Massachusetts’ largest holiday parade, it features many walking groups, theme decorated floats, marching bands, live animals, costumed characters and Santa Claus!
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