Sep
1
Thu
Falmouth Farmers Market @ Marina Park
Sep 1 – Sep 2 all-day
Falmouth Farmer's Market sign

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers, and culinary artisans sell fresh produce, cheese, wine, bread, coffee, chocolate, lobsters and other seafood products, plants, flowers and home baked goodies at Peg Noonan park in downtown Falmouth.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market

Please contact event organizer for changes and the latest information.

Highfield Hall Garden Walks & Carriage Trails
Sep 1 @ 6:00 am – 7:00 am

Your host, Highfield archivist and historian Lisa Willow Dunne, will guide your tour of the property and carriage trails, with anecdotes about the  Beebe Family, the history of the mansion and Beebe Woods. First and third Thursdays April 15 – October. Looking for a docent led tour on another day? Please inquire about special group tours: 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
4
Sun
Sunday Estate Walk & History of the Beebe Property
Sep 4 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Estate Walks are scheduled on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from April 15 to October 31, weather permitting. Reservations appreciated for groups of 5 or more people: 508-495-1878, x 2. Docents tell the story of the Beebe family who built both Highfield Hall and its sister mansion Tanglewood on their magnificent 700 acre estate.  Learn about the role the Beebe family played in the history of the town of Falmouth, and how their land later became Beebe Woods, Falmouth Hospital, Falmouth Academy and so much more.

Sep
8
Thu
Falmouth Farmers Market @ Marina Park
Sep 8 – Sep 9 all-day
Falmouth Farmer's Market sign

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers, and culinary artisans sell fresh produce, cheese, wine, bread, coffee, chocolate, lobsters and other seafood products, plants, flowers and home baked goodies at Peg Noonan park in downtown Falmouth.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market

Please contact event organizer for changes and the latest information.

Robert Wyatt Lecture: The Hollywood Musical, Part 3 – Thursday Evening Lecture
Sep 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    Special Thursday evening presentation: The golden age of the Hollywood musical reached its zenith in the 1950s, a time when a new younger market, post-war affluence, middle-class values, the Korean War and rock and roll music changed the focus of the film industry. The major studios were blessed by an improved Technicolor process, a widescreen format and production designs that appealed to an audience eager for the escape and exhilaration. The M-G-M studios, led by Arthur Freed and his inspired staff of brilliant music makers, won two Academy Awards for Best Picture during the 1950s: An American in Paris and High Society. While also thrilling the cinematic world with Singin’ in the Rain, Royal Wedding with Fred Astaire no longer an ingénue, and Elvis Presley in his third film, Jailhouse Rock, M-G-M joined other studios to venture into remakes of Broadway hits. Guys and Dolls, Cole Porter’s Kiss Me Kate, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma and The King and I, and the frolicking The Pajama Game found new life on the silver screen. Judy Garland came out of retirement to create an independent production company, producing and starring in the tantalizing A Star Is Born. Yet by the decade’s end, television was drawing more and more customers away from the country’s movie theaters as the Hollywood musical declined in number. A few of the major studios reduced their fulltime employees and production teams were gathered only for specifically designed films. Enjoy an evening of memorable film clips, musical recordings and historical information by storyteller Robert Wyatt, and swoon with remembrances of “Singin’ in the Rain,” “The Man That Got Away,” “When You Wish Upon a Star,” “True Love,” “I Got Rhythm,” “Another Op’nin’, Another Show” and dozens of others. Register on-line or call, 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
10
Sat
Robert Wyatt Lecture: The Hollywood Musical, Part 3 – Saturday Morning
Sep 10 @ 6:00 am – 8:00 am

    The golden age of the Hollywood musical reached its zenith in the 1950s, a time when a new younger market, post-war affluence, middle-class values, the Korean War and rock and roll music changed the focus of the film industry. The major studios were blessed by an improved Technicolor process, a widescreen format and production designs that appealed to an audience eager for the escape and exhilaration. The M-G-M studios, led by Arthur Freed and his inspired staff of brilliant music makers, won two Academy Awards for Best Picture during the 1950s: An American in Paris and High Society. While also thrilling the cinematic world with Singin’ in the Rain, Royal Wedding with Fred Astaire no longer an ingénue, and Elvis Presley in his third film, Jailhouse Rock, M-G-M joined other studios to venture into remakes of Broadway hits. Guys and Dolls, Cole Porter’s Kiss Me Kate, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma and The King and I, and the frolicking The Pajama Game found new life on the silver screen. Judy Garland came out of retirement to create an independent production company, producing and starring in the tantalizing A Star Is Born. Yet by the decade’s end, television was drawing more and more customers away from the country’s movie theaters as the Hollywood musical declined in number. A few of the major studios reduced their fulltime employees and production teams were gathered only for specifically designed films. Enjoy an morning of memorable film clips, musical recordings and historical information by storyteller Robert Wyatt, and swoon with remembrances of “Singin’ in the Rain,” “The Man That Got Away,” “When You Wish Upon a Star,” “True Love,” “I Got Rhythm,” “Another Op’nin’, Another Show” and dozens of others. Register on-line or call, 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
15
Thu
Falmouth Farmers Market @ Marina Park
Sep 15 – Sep 16 all-day
Falmouth Farmer's Market sign

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers, and culinary artisans sell fresh produce, cheese, wine, bread, coffee, chocolate, lobsters and other seafood products, plants, flowers and home baked goodies at Peg Noonan park in downtown Falmouth.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market

Please contact event organizer for changes and the latest information.

Highfield Hall Garden Walks & Carriage Trails
Sep 15 @ 6:00 am – 7:00 am

Your host, Highfield archivist and historian Lisa Willow Dunne, will guide your tour of the property and carriage trails, with anecdotes about the  Beebe Family, the history of the mansion and Beebe Woods. First and third Thursdays April 15 – October. Looking for a docent led tour on another day? Please inquire about special group tours: 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
17
Sat
Book Signing & Artist Reception – My Mosaic Alphabet Book: Mosaics by Jim Bowen
Sep 17 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Come by and meet the artist, Jim Bowen. Books will be available for purchase. Jim will also be present at our Open House on September 18, 12:30 – 3:00 pm.  

Sep
18
Sun
Fall Open House: Highfield Celebrates! Ten Years of Open Doors
Sep 18 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am

Celebrate our Ten Years of Open Doors at our Restoration Reunion! Meet the advocates, community leaders, artisans and supporters whose vision, insight and hard work made Highfield what it is today. Bring your photos and stories to share and record your favorite Highfield memory with our videographer. Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to explore Highfield’s rarely seen nooks and crannies. Refreshments provided by Atria Woodbriar. JOIN US! Sponsored by:    

Sunday Estate Walk & History of the Beebe Property
Sep 18 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Estate Walks are scheduled on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from April 15 to October 31, weather permitting. Reservations appreciated for groups of 5 or more people: 508-495-1878, x 2. Docents tell the story of the Beebe family who built both Highfield Hall and its sister mansion Tanglewood on their magnificent 700 acre estate.  Learn about the role the Beebe family played in the history of the town of Falmouth, and how their land later became Beebe Woods, Falmouth Hospital, Falmouth Academy and so much more.

Sep
22
Thu
Falmouth Farmers Market @ Marina Park
Sep 22 – Sep 23 all-day
Falmouth Farmer's Market sign

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers, and culinary artisans sell fresh produce, cheese, wine, bread, coffee, chocolate, lobsters and other seafood products, plants, flowers and home baked goodies at Peg Noonan park in downtown Falmouth.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market

Please contact event organizer for changes and the latest information.

Women Sing the Blues: A Robert Wyatt Lecture – Thursday Evening Lecture
Sep 22 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    Special Thursday evening presentation: Although blues music was spun by slaves on southern plantations as an oral tradition, classic female blues emerged early in the 20th century as a mixture of traditional folk blues and urban theater music. Appearing onstage with pianists or small jazz combos, dazzling pioneers like Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and Ethel Waters catapulted the vocal form onto the world stage. With new technologies in sound recording coupled with the advent of national radio broadcasts, the blues grew as one of the most popular forms of jazz. Register on-line or call 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
23
Fri
Annual Scallop Festival @ Cape Cod Fairgrounds
Sep 23 – Sep 25 all-day

50,000+ Patrons over 3 fun filled days!

  • Cape Cod Scallop Festival in Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA.

    Cape Cod Scallop Festival.

    Famous Fried Scallop & Herb Roasted Chicken Dinners

  • Food Court – Beer & Wine, Chowder, Lobster Rolls, Raw Bar, Hotdogs, Burgers, Salads, Wraps, Fried Dough
  • Juried Arts & Craft Show
  • Fantastic Entertainment
  • Midway of Rides & Games

Please check with event organizer for updates and information.

JazzFest at Highfield Hall: Jazz Pianist Rossano Sportiello
Sep 23 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

    Award-winning jazz pianist Rossano Sportiello was born in Vigevano, Italy and performed extensively in Europe before coming to the United States in 2003 to play at a festival in Florida. Settling a few years later in NYC, Rossano began performing with the world’s finest jazz luminaries including Dick Hyman, Slide Hampton, Clark Terry, Bucky Pizzarelli and many others. He has been in great demand in the U. S. appearing at New York venues such as Lincoln Center, the Blue Note, Birdland, Feinstein’s, the 92nd Street Y, Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, the Café Carlyle and Town Hall. Jazzfest at Highfield Hall, click here for more information on Rossano Sportiello. Register on-line or call, 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
24
Sat
Women Sing the Blues: A Robert Wyatt Lecture – Saturday Morning
Sep 24 @ 6:00 am – 8:00 am

    Although blues music was spun by slaves on southern plantations as an oral tradition, classic female blues emerged early in the 20th century as a mixture of traditional folk blues and urban theater music. Appearing onstage with pianists or small jazz combos, dazzling pioneers like Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and Ethel Waters catapulted the vocal form onto the world stage. With new technologies in sound recording coupled with the advent of national radio broadcasts, the blues grew as one of the most popular forms of jazz. Register on-line or call 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Sep
29
Thu
Falmouth Farmers Market @ Marina Park
Sep 29 – Sep 30 all-day
Falmouth Farmer's Market sign

Farmer’s Market

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Fresh Fruit and Veg

Every Thursday, local farmers, bakers, and culinary artisans sell fresh produce, cheese, wine, bread, coffee, chocolate, lobsters and other seafood products, plants, flowers and home baked goodies at Peg Noonan park in downtown Falmouth.

Falmouth Farmer’s Market

Please contact event organizer for changes and the latest information.

Oct
2
Sun
Sunday Estate Walk & History of the Beebe Property
Oct 2 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Estate Walks are scheduled on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from April 15 to October 31, weather permitting. Reservations appreciated for groups of 5 or more people: 508-495-1878, x 2. Docents tell the story of the Beebe family who built both Highfield Hall and its sister mansion Tanglewood on their magnificent 700 acre estate.  Learn about the role the Beebe family played in the history of the town of Falmouth, and how their land later became Beebe Woods, Falmouth Hospital, Falmouth Academy and so much more.

Pianist Stephanie Weaver and Violinist Dan Flonta
Oct 2 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Local artists perform sonatas by Claude Debussy, César Franck and Francis Poulenc. Stephanie Weaver is Director of the Cape Conservatory and the Falmouth Chorale pianist; Romanian violinist Dan Flonta is the founder and first violinist of the Cape Cod String Quartet. Register on-line or call, 508-495-1878, ext. 2

Oct
6
Thu
Highfield Hall Garden Walks & Carriage Trails
Oct 6 @ 6:00 am – 7:00 am

Your host, Highfield archivist and historian Lisa Willow Dunne, will guide your tour of the property and carriage trails, with anecdotes about the  Beebe Family, the history of the mansion and Beebe Woods. First and third Thursdays April 15 – October. Looking for a docent led tour on another day? Please inquire about special group tours: 508-495-1878, ext. 2