Photo by Amy Squeglia/Peace Love SUP, Model: Karina Hines/Botanical Kitchen

Fall and winter in Falmouth are jam-packed with things to do and see. Here are some highlights! We recommend that your check with the organization for guidance, reservations, restrictions and cancellations.

Bourne Farm
Spend a beautiful fall day at historic Bourne Farm and pick your own pumpkins. Free admission and parking. Rain or shine. https://saltpondsanctuaries.org/
Museums on the Green
Is home to the Falmouth Historical Society where the story of Falmouth begins of historic landmarks. Choose from five different walking around Falmouth – every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, at 10am, and last approximately 75 minutes.
Visit https://museumsonthegreen.org/
A Village of Scarecrows – October
Come to Falmouth Village and see the creativity and spirit of Main Street merchants as the display imaginative homemade scarecrows in front of the stores and restaurants. Join the fun and support your local merchants! http://falmouthvillageassociation.com/
Falmouth Farmer’s Market
Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers and culinary artisans sell fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, cheese, wine, bread and pastries, plants and flowers at Marine Park, Falmouth Harbor. Special day in November for Thanksgiving – Noon to 6pm. https://falmouthfarmersmarket.com
Highfield Hall & Gardens – October 21
Learn how to create your own fall wreath using a mix of dried hydrangea and seasonal flowers along with pods, berries, grasses and foliage for a luxurious design. Award-winning florist Anna Holmes will review where to source local materials, drying flowers for future wreaths/designs and keeping your wreath looking fresh. Space is limited. Sign up by October 14. Register online or call 508-495-1878 ext 2. For more information https://highfieldhallandgardens.org/
Highfield Hall & Gardens – October 21
Join culinary instructor Kay Benaroch in the kitchen for hands-on demonstrations about how to make your own pie dough and fashion it into a double-crust, deep-dish apple pie using pre-made filling. In this workshop Kay will also demonstrate the making of an open-faced apple crostata and will give some hints on making a pecan pie, a pumpkin pie and a pear-cranberry pie with oatmeal strudel. Register online or call 508-495-1878 ext 2. For more information https://highfieldhallandgardens.org/

Carousel – October 27th – November 2
Named “Best Musical of the 20th Century” by Time magazine, Carousel was also Rogers & Hammerstein’s favorite among their many works. Set in a coastal New England village around the turn of the century, the score boasts some of American musical theater’s most enduring songs. At Highfield Theatre for more information visit
https://falmouththeatreguild.org/
Howlin’ Good Time Dog Costume Party – October 30
Falmouth Dog Park presents – Dress up your pet and join us for a Costume Parade around the Dog Park. Prizes awarded in many categories, including Most Creative.
http://www.falmouthdogpark.com/
Cape Cod Marathon Running Weekend – October 30-31
Starting and ending in beautiful downtown Falmouth. With Halloween costumes on our relay teams. Saturday’s Half Marathon (and maybe a 5K) Sunday’s Marathon. For more information visit https://capecodmarathon.com/
Check back for more Falmouth events in the coming weeks!

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