The weather forecast for the fourth of July is for sunny skies, a light breeze and temperatures in the mid seventies. Promptly at 10:00 AM the annual bike and carriage parade will begin. The parade will start at the Village Green where revolutionary war troops drilled over two hundred years ago. Then the parade will proceed down Main Street past the library and will end with a gathering at the Mullen Hall School playground where snacks and prizes will be awarded by Falmouth’s Elks Club. I like to imagine that if those troops who walked these streets in the seventeen hundreds, could see our joyful celebration, they would feel proud and pleased. Cape Cod’s Falmouth is truly America at its finest.
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