North Falmouth Village Association

A 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization


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Get Ready for the 2022 Paul White Road Race

The race will take place on July 9, starting at 9 a.m.
It will be preceded by Village Unplugged
on the evening of July 8 (5–7 p.m.).


A North Falmouth tradition since 1977, the race begins and ends on Chester Street, between the North Falmouth Library and Megansett Park (i.e., the site of the market owned by Paul White and his wife, Audrey, for many years). Between beginning and end are 4.81 miles of great exercise, camaraderie, and community—you can see your neighbors, make new friends, and be healthy, all at the same time!


The race will be preceded on Friday evening, July 8, by the annual Village Unplugged, a free acoustic event in which regional musicians take center stage on the North Falmouth Library grounds. This year's performers will be singer/guitarists Corey Heaslip (of the band Grasshopper Green) and Dan Cloutier; they'll offer a mix of soft and classic rock, fast-paced folk anthems, and powerful story songs. The event will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Food trucks from The Barking Claw and Sea Scoops will be stationed nearby for a quick treat.


We're Looking for Volunteers—

Can You Help?

Many details go into events like the Paul White Road Race and Village Unplugged, and we're looking for volunteers to help with everything from handing out runners' bibs and setting up tables to cleaning up at the end of the day. Click on the links below to see the volunteer slots currently available.


Who We Are & What We Do

Founded in 1976, the North Falmouth Village Association has, through the hard work of its members, promoted the tradition of enhancing the village and supporting town-wide civic projects.

• We developed and erected the original Nye Park playground equipment, resurfaced the tennis courts, and installed the basketball/roller blade courts.

• We were responsible for the design and purchase of many of the signs throughout the community, including the sign welcoming visitors to North Falmouth Village area, the North Falmouth Elementary School Sign, and the 4-way traffic stop signage at the village 4-corners.

• We award scholarships every year to deserving high school seniors, provide charitable donations during the holiday season to families in need, contribute to local environmental causes, bring beauty to the village through plantings, and sponsor events that engage the community and create connections.