Falmouth’s First Snowfall: Cape Cod Wonderland
Winter arrived just a bit early in Falmouth this year, in the form of an early morning snowstorm on December 3. Check out our photo essay to see your favorite summer destination all dressed in white…
While Falmouth is known for its sandy beaches and cobalt seas, it is just as alluring when covered in snow falling from gray skies.
Although it’s technically still autumn, Marine Park summer concerts by Falmouth Town Band suddenly seem so far away…
Along with waterfront dinners on the deck at The Flying Bridge, indulging in sunset cocktails and their famous giant onion rings!
Bustling Falmouth Harbor was silent as the glistening flakes fell over the Island Queen, now resting peacefully for her well-deserved seasonal break.
It was business as usual for Falmouth Public Schools, which were able to open on time, but the high winds and stormy seas forced the Quickwater Ferry to cancel all boats to Martha’s Vineyard through the following day.
But thanks to the hard work and dedication of Falmouth’s Department of Public Works, the sidewalks and roads were cleared in record time, allowing residents to head to their favorite beach to catch the calm after the storm.
The summer skies on Cape Cod usually get all the love, but we think there’s something extra-special about watching the sun descend over snowbanks, creating nature’s kaleidoscope. Come to Falmouth and find out for yourself…
Celebrating the Season in Falmouth
From Seafaring Santa to the largest holiday parade in Southeastern Massachusetts. We've got all the info you need for Holidays by the Sea Weekend...Holidays in Falmouth