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Messiah Sing

Join with the Falmouth Chorale, the Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra–and your family, friends and neighbors–to sing or play at this traditional holiday event. Begun by First Congregational Church in 1985 and revived by the Chorale in 2012, this sing-through of the Christmas portions of Handel’s Messiah, now led by John Yankee, has grown to include […]

Holidays by the Sea Weekend 2014

Friday, December 5 Holiday Carol Sing at Nobska Lighthouse 5:30 PM Join us for a festive seasonal sing along followed by hot chocolate and cookies. Historic Nobska Lighthouse, Nobska Road, Woods Hole. Saturday, December 6 3rd Annual Jingle Jog 5K Run & Elf Run  sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts & Anytime Fitness  Registration 8-9 am, Elf Run 9:30 am, […]

Wreath Making Workshop with Soares Flower Garden Nursery

Make your own holiday wreath with fresh greenery.

Falmouth Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner

Everyone Welcome!  Free of Charge! If able, bring a donation of a canned good for the Falmouth Service Center.  Monetary donations earmarked for this event may be sent to the Falmouth Service Center, PO Box 208, Falmouth, MA 02514.  Baked Goods can be dropped off at the Navigator Club on Wednesday 11/26 from Noon to […]

Thanksgiving Eve Stuffed Quahog Eating Contest with the Jim Decatur Trio!

Thanksgiving Eve Stuffed Quahog Eating Contest with the Jim Decatur Trio!    Ever wondered how many stuffies you could eat in 90 seconds? Well, it’s been a year since reigning champ Rich Rogers tanked five of those bad boys in 90 seconds. On  Wednesday, November 26th at 8 p.m. at the Dive Bar, we will […]

Calliope Poetry Reading

$5 suggested donation to fund the poets’ stipend. Open mic sign up at 2:45 pm. Featured poets include Jericho Brown, Jennifer Markell, and Frannie Lindsay.

Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra Fall Concert

Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra, under the direction of John Yankee will present its Fall concerts. Featured soloist is Stephanie Weaver of the Cape Conservatory. She will play Beethoven’s Piano Concert No. 4. The orchestra will also perform Mozart’s Symphony No. 25, and Borodin’s Polovetsian Dances from the opera “Prince Igor.” Admission is by donation at […]

Birds of Prey: The Lives of Aerial Hunters

The 300 Committee Land Trust invites families to learn about owls, hawks, falcons and vultures. Marla Isaacs of New England Reptile and Raptor Exhibits will present a program using live birds of prey about the lives of aerial hunters. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

“Wizard of OZ” a Falmouth Theater Guild Production

Join us for a magical journey to the Emerald City!  Directed by Joan Baird with music direction by Todd Fruth & Korey Charles. Opening November 7, 2014 at 7:30 with 10 additional performances through Nov 23rd! Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00pm See website for ticket infomation.

“Harvey” a Woods Hole Theater Company Production

The Woods Hole Theater Company will perform the Pulitzer Prize winning comedy “Harvey” by Mary Chase November 6-8 and 13-15 at 8:00 PM with matinees November 8 and 16 at 2:00 PM. Performances will be held at the Woods Hole Community Hall, 68 Water Street, Woods Hole, MA. Director is Joan Edstrom. Reservations:  508-540-6525.  Tickets:  […]

Duke Ellington Story: Recital and Lecture

A unique recital/lecture exploring the life of Duke Ellington with Robert Wyatt at Highfield Hall.

Fall Colors 2014 in Woods Hole

Fall into autumn with a visit to Cape Cod, the perfect time to explore Woods Hole.  There are so many exciting things to do in fall, looking at the fall colors is just one of them.  Here, my TOP TEN reasons to visit Woods Hole this autumn. #10:  Ride the Shining Sea Bike Path Before […]

Village of Scarecrows

October and November are “Village of Scarecrows” months on Falmouth Main Street.  Check out this cool display of local creativity, and get in the fall spirit in Falmouth, just three miles up the road.

Jazz Stroll

A wonderful tradition of music in the streets in Falmouth Mass, on Cape Cod.  October 3-5 weekend on Main Street Falmouth.

Quilts: Pushing the Seams

Gallery exhibit exploring unconventional materials used in quilting.  At Highfield Hall through Oct 31, 2014.  Highfield is open most days 8 to 4, closed Saturdays and shorter hours on Sunday.

Historic Highfield Hall & Gardens (Falmouth MA lodging)

Woods Hole is a village of the town of Falmouth, MA on Cape Cod,  and Historic Highfield Hall and Gardens is three miles up the road.  Highfield Hall is a restored house surrounded by gardens and now used for art exhibits, cultural gatherings and events.  The Woods Hole Inn is a perfect jumping off point […]

Visiting Falmouth Main Street, Old World Shopping at Cape Cod’s Best Main St

Woods Hole is a village of the town of Falmouth, and three miles up the road is the center of town which we call Falmouth Main Street.  Crowded with year-round restaurants, adorable shops, candy stores and ice cream parlors, Falmouth’s Main Street is a nice bike ride from the Woods Hole Inn, where we offer […]

Better Way to Stay

Last spring, the Falmouth B&B Association gathered together and pooled our resources to shoot a video about how great our area is, and how cool it is to choose a bed and breakfast when you travel here. Drumroll, please…. The “Falmouth Better Way to Stay” video, in which we show you all the fun things […]

Holidays by the Sea

Get in the holiday spirit with a visit to Cape Cod this year! The Falmouth “Holidays by the Sea” weekend is right around the corner (November 30 – December 2, 2012) so book your getaway to the Woods Hole Inn today! What a great time to be on Cape Cod.  Wander the quaint boutiques and […]

Trainman’s Lanterns

Everyday, interesting people walk in the front door of the Inn — people from all over the world, coming to get a glimpse of the New England seashore, or experience first hand the heady smell of salty marsh air that comes up off the beach at low tide, or walk in the footsteps of Presidents […]

Seven Great Things to Do Around Buzzards Bay

Guest Post from blogger Megan Jensen My favorite part of being an intern here at the Woods Hole Inn is the opportunity it gives me to explore Woods Hole and Cape Cod. So when I found out part of my job was to take weekly driving tours and write about what I saw and did, […]

Fabulous Fourth of July

Fourth of July in Woods Hole is like marine biology Halloween — students from all the local laboratories pour into the streets dressed in patriotic costumes with a science theme.  This is your chance to see PhD graduate students clad in balloons, clustered like sporozites or bearded like “G-nomes.” I love this parade with all […]

A Walk in Beebe Woods

Walking the Cape Cod woods in winter is a special treat, especially after a light dusting of snow. The jewel in Falmouth’s crown of conservation land is a 300+ acre property called Beebe Woods, which astounds the visitor with ponds, paths, ridges, hidden stone walls and wildlife.  I wandered there for several hours yesterday, seeing […]

Rain or Shine…ing Sea Bike Path

The sky was glowering when I biked out of Woods Hole on the Shining Sea bike path yesterday, with a blustery wind blowing from the southeast which is where the summer storms blow in from.  The breeze was warm enough, it was cool and pleasant, a perfect day to explore. The bike path, which is […]