A Cape Cod Independence Day Parade

Cape Cod Parade: Children's Wagon

Happy 4th of July from the Cape.

The Independence Day Bike and Carriage Parade in Falmouth Village was an enjoyable event for one and all.

Cape Cod parade Velocipede at Start
George Sykes, Corner Bike Shop, and his antique velocipede

It began at 10:00 AM . The staging for the parade took place in the Saint Barnabas Church parking lot and ended at the Mullen Hall school playground.

Cape Cod 4th of July Parade Uncle Sam
Mike Kasperian as Uncle Sam.

George Sykes of the Corner Cycle Shop lead the way on his antique velocipede. He was followed by Mike Kasperian as Uncle Sam. Then came the children of all ages and sizes. They came with there bicycles. tricycles, wagons, strollers, cooters and carriages. Each one was decorated in red, white and blue by its owner.

Cape Cod Parade: start
Start of the parade.

The parade proceeded down Main Street then took a left turn onto Shore Street, across Katherine Lee Bates Road and into the playground. At the playground, gifts, prizes and snacks were handed out.  The parade is sponsored each year by the Falmouth Elks Lodge.

Easter Weekend in Falmouth

Easter bunny in Falmouth, Cape Cod.

Easter in Falmouth

Easter bunny greeting children in Falmouth, Cape Cod.
Easter bunny greeting children in Falmouth.
Peg Noonan Park, Falmouth, Cape Cod.
Peg Noonan Park, Falmouth, Cape Cod.

On Saturday April 7th, Falmouth had its annual Easter Egg hunt.  Families from all over the area came to hunt for eggs in Peg Noonan Park and on Main Street.   The Easter bunny was there much to the delight of the little ones. The weather was mild the sun was shining and a good time was had by all.

The event was hosted by the Falmouth Village Association.