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NFVA Annual Events: Creating Community

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The North Falmouth Village Association presents several annual events where neighbors can meet up, get to know one another better, and simply have fun.

October 12, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The Courtyard Restaurant & Pub, 1337 County Road, Cataumet

Your chance to socialize with neighbors, enjoy a fine dinner, and learn more about the NFVA's initiatives. Tickets cost $35 apiece (drinks not included). They can be purchased from NFVA President Peggy Heaslip by calling 508-274-3930.

Village Unplugged

July 5, 2024

North Falmouth goes acoustic! Listen to regional musicians take center stage on the North Falmouth Library grounds. They offer of mix of styles: soft rock classics, fast-paced folk anthems, evocative story songs, and traditional bluegrass and Irish tunes. The event usually takes place between 5 and 7 p.m., with food trucks stationed nearby for a quick treat. A free event.

Paul White Road Race

July 6, 2024

This 4.81-mile race begins and ends on Chester Street, between the North Falmouth Library and Megansett Park (site of the former Paul White's Market). Trophies an medallions awarded to top finishers. Registration: $25 + sign-up fees before race; $30 + sign-up fees on race day.

North Falmouth Porchfest

August 10, 2024

North Falmouth Porchfest offers an afternoon of local bands playing on neighborhood lawns and porches, along with an arts & crafts pop-up with the area's best visual, ceramic, fiber, and literary artists. A free event.

NFVA Annual Meeting

October (2024 Date TBA)
Your chance to socialize with neighbors, enjoy a fine dinner, and learn more about the NFVA's initiatives.

NFVA Halloween Parade

October 31

An annual tradition. A truck of lights leads children and their families down Old Main Road. The parade is followed by a Halloween Party offering refreshments and treats.

NFVA Tree Lighting & Caroling

December (2024 Date TBA)

Kick off the holiday season on a festive note. The event begins with caroling in the village with friends and neighbors, followed by the lighting of the tree at the Village Junction building on Old Main Road.

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