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09-09-18 OSDA Annual Meeting and Summer Social

The OSDA Annual Meeting was held at Beach Breeze Inn on Sunday, 09/09/18 at 3:00 p.m. OSD President Jay Thayer, Committee Member Polly Thayer and Board of Director Steve Saunders covered the tables and set up the chairs before the event.  Polly Thayer (a garden club member in her home town) grew many of the flowers in the arrangements she put together that were placed on all of the tables.  Treasurer Bob Lehtinen and Secretary Cindy Lehtinen manned the registration table checking in guests.  Membership Chair and Board of Director Rebecca Bevilacqua greeted guests.  Polly Thayer greeted members as they made out their name tags.  Steve Saunders and Board of Director Terry Saunders manned the OSD Logo wear table.  Past President Kevin Doyle directed parking.

Although it was a bit cool, we can always be thankful it didn’t rain. The bar was open and hot coffee and tea was available.  Our meal included pulled pork and chicken / ziti / broccoli with sides and was followed by ice cream sundaes.

The day’s program included Jay Thayer welcoming members and invited guests. Officials that addressed the membership included Town Manager Julian Suso, Deputy Fire Chief Scott Thrasher and Peter McConarty Deputy Director of Public Works.  Past President Kevin Doyle thanked host Don Filiault for allowing the OSDA to hold their summer meeting on their lawn for many years.  Karen Rinaldo presented a birthday cake to Don.   Jay highlighted some of the past years events (see full list below and full stories on the OSD web site).

Terry Saunders spoke about the Tuition Assistance Presentation that was made at the August 14, 2018 Board Meeting where 6 worthy recipients each received $500. Funds come from both the membership annual dues, additional donations members made and the generous contribution received from New England Endurance Events as a thank you to the members that provided Traffic Control Services the morning of the Triathlon.

Jay introduced the officers and Board Members in attendance including: Treasurer Bob Lehtinen and Secretary Cindy Lehtinen.  Past Presidents:  Kevin Doyle, Jim Crossen and Jim Fox.  Board Members:  Rebecca Bevilacqua, Anne Prior, Steve Saunders, Terry Saunders and Paul Smith.  Not in attendance were Board Members Jack Driscoll, Mike Herlihy, Dorie Ketterer and Rocco Maffei.

Jay thanked everyone for their attendance, announced the ice cream sundae station was open and closed the meeting.

Many thanks to the following

Beach Breeze Inn – Hosts Don Filiault and Walt Sullivan
Eat Your Heart Out Caterers – Sean Dailey
Smitty’s Ice Cream – Richard Smith
Tony at Murphy’s Liquor – Beverages
The Charlie Jamieson Duo – music
Sheriff’s Department – Tent’s, tables and chairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prepared by Terry Saunders

 

OLD STONE DOCK ASSOCIATION
President’s 2018 Annual Report,  Jay K. Thayer

Highlights of activities since the last Annual Meeting:

Ellen T. Mitchell Bathhouse:  OSDA members continue to donate the cost of the flower boxes as tributes to their families.  In 2018, the Thayer family donated the flowers in remembrance of loved ones.

Surf Drive Beach Clean Up: Terry Saunders organized the annual event in June with 25 members participating.  A cookout at Jay and Polly Thayer’s home capped it off.  Thanks all who helped make the beach and roads ready for the summer season!

Website / Email: The main communication for OSDA continues to be via email and our website.  It is administered by Terry Saunders and is effective, efficient and current.  We need your up to date contact information to succeed.  If you are not receiving our emails or have changed your address, please drop us an email at info@oldstonedock.com. Please check out www.oldstonedock.com for neighborhood items of interest and links to Falmouth activities.

Tuition Assistance Program: Terry Saunders also coordinates our tuition assistance program for relatives of members […]

September 10th, 2018|

08-14-18 Tuition Assistance Checks Presented at OSD Board Meeting

The Old Stone Dock Association provided tuition assistance to 6 graduating seniors at their board of directors meeting on Tuesday, 08/14/18. The meeting was attended by OSDA President Jay Thayer, Immediate Past President Kevin Doyle, Treasurer Bob Lehtinen, Secretary Cindy Lehtinen as well as Board Members, Rebecca Bevilacqua, Mike Herlihy, Steve Saunders and Terry Saunders.

Pictured:  Terry Saunders, Committee Chair.  Recipients – Olivia Curtis, Margaret Oftring, Tara Piccione, Bridget Piccione.   Jay Thayer, OSDA President. (Unable to attend presentation Jamie Daley and Colby Bayer.)

The following students each received a check for $500.00 to assist them as they enter their freshmen year at the colleges identified below.

Students Name: Jamie Daley
Member Sponsor: Joan & Bill Swift (grandparents)
College – Studying: Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL – Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students Name: Colby Bayer
Member Sponsor: Joan & Bill Swift (grandparents)
College – Studying: Florida Gulf Coast University – Nursing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students Name: Margaret Oftring
Member Sponsor: Kathleen Madaus (grandmother)
College – Studying: University of Massachusetts – Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students Name: Tara Piccione
Member Sponsor: Matthew & Eileen Piccione (parents)
College / Studying: University of Vermont – Arts & Sciences

Students Name: Bridget Piccione
Member Sponsor: Matthew & Eileen Piccione (parents)
College – Studying: University of New Hampshire – Liberal Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students Name: Olivia Curtis
Member Sponsor: Ed & Betsey Jackson (grandparents), Rebecca Jackson (mom)
College – Studying: Massachusetts College of Art & Design – Fine Arts

 

 

 

 

 

Submitted by Terry Saunders – Committee Chair Tuition Assistance

September 9th, 2018|

08-07-18 OSDA Beach Staff Appreciation Breakfast

Tuesday, August 7 th  dawned as another of the wonderful summer days we’ve enjoyed!  What better time for Old Stone Dock Association’s annual Beach Staff Appreciation Breakfast at Surf Drive Beach. Bagels, munchkins, yogurts, juices, etc. were enjoyed as well as camaraderie. Town manager, Julian Suso attended and along with OSDA President Jay Thayer and I expressed thanks to them for being “the faces of Falmouth” to tourists. We received many thanks from the kids as they left for their beaches. It’s something they always enjoy and something we enjoy doing for them.

Anne Prior, Committee Chair – Beach Staff Appreciation Breakfast

Other OSD Members in attendance and in the feature picture were (L to R) Mike Herlihy, Paul Smith, Anne Prior, Kevin Doyle, Polly Thayer, Jim Fox, Steve Saunders and Jay Thayer.

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On Sunday, 08/12/18 Bruce Mogardo, Beach Superintendent e-mailed OSDA President Jay Thayer.  He stated:

The Beach Department and all of its staff wish to thank the Old Stone Dock Association and Ms. Margie Mitchell for your kindness in hosting the staff appreciation breakfast. It is always a pleasure to work with such a generous and dedicated group of individuals. Please call or stop by if we may be of any assistance to help the OSDA reach their goals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 11th, 2018|

08-01-18 E-mail Message to OSDA Mailing List

Hello neighbor and greetings from the Old Stone Dock Association,

We are mid-way through the summer and I hope that you are enjoying yourselves. I wanted to update you on several upcoming events and topics that may be of interest to you

Our 2018 Membership Drive was a success with over 250 of you renewing your membership for 2019. Thank you! If any of you haven’t gotten to that yet you can still renew on our website, www.oldstonedock.com , or by sending your application and check to P.O. Box 835, Falmouth, MA  02541.

It’s almost time for our Annual Summer Social! Don and Joyce Filiault at the Beach Breeze Inn are looking forward to hosting us once again and they do a really great job with the event! Moving the date to September last year was received very well by our membership and the event was well attended. This year we have scheduled Sunday, September 9 as the date for the Summer Social. I have attached an invitation with more details and I look forward to seeing you there.

Briefly:

– We have kept the tradition of the $25 per person banquet!
– Host Don Filiault has arranged with Eat Your Heart Out caterers for another fine meal under the Big Top!
– Town officials are looking forward to joining with us once again.
– We have many new members to introduce.
– 2018 Scholarship winners will be announced.
– Please respond now or by August 15th by using the form provided.

The Falmouth Road Race is coming up on Sunday, August 19. That makes for a pretty busy morning in the neighborhood with over 13,000 runners participating. Plan your travel that morning accordingly.

On a more serious note, I am sure that you are aware of the stress that the Falmouth Police Department has been under this summer. Two of their officers narrowly avoided serious injury or worse in a confrontation with residents last week. This comes as other Cape Cod and Massachusetts Police Departments have recently lost officers in the line of duty. I saw Falmouth Chief Ed Dunne on television express his concern that the public has lost respect for the uniform. It is my personal belief that the vast majority of Falmouth residents and visitors have an immense amount of respect for our officers and the job that they do serving and protecting us all. If you share this sentiment, I would ask that the next time you see an officer on the streets or around Town you thank him/her for their service to the community. We need to let them know how we feel and help them reinforce their confidence in public support for doing a job that is so important to all of us.

Thank you for supporting the Old Stone Dock Association and I hope to see you on Sunday, September 9!

Jay Thayer
President

August 11th, 2018|

07-15-18 Falmouth Sprint Triathlon at Surf Drive Beach

The Falmouth Triathlon took place on Sunday, 07/15/18 at Surf Drive Beach. New England Endurance Events, the sponsor is located on Cape Cod, and is fully immersed in the Southeastern Massachusetts triathlon and running communities.  Their management and staff are all current athletes.  Our contact was Kathleen Walker who is a seasoned triathlete, a USA Triathlon certified race director and a Red Cross certified lifeguard. She has been active in triathlon event production since 2003 for races both on and off Cape.

The course is unique for its 600 yards (1/3 mile ~) warm salt-water swim, an 8.5 mile scenic bike ride that climbs to the majestic Nobska Point Light, and a 5k (3.1 mile) run alongside Surf Drive Beach. Participants were notified that there will be NO parking at race site OR on Falmouth’s Main Street. Primary parking sites were the Mullen School, Lawrence School and Falmouth Marine Park (all less than one mile from venue).  All competitors received an athlete’s guide prior to the event with essential parking information. Additionally, police and staff were posted at all entrances to the race venue, blocking access by vehicles and directing participants to approved parking lots.  Cooperation by all is critical to the continued approval of this event by the town.

The Old Stone Dock Association was called upon to assist with traffic control. Old Stone Dock volunteers were at their posts from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and their assignments are listed below.

Locust / Mill: Paul & Sarah Bechta and Polly & Jay Thayer
Main / Walker: Mike Herlihy, Ed Jackson & Rocco Maffei
Main / Library Lane: David Colacicco
Main / Katherine Lee Bates: Steve Saunders
Main / Shore: Greg Mills and Jack Driscoll, Falmouth Police Officer
Surf Drive / Walker & Mill: Sheriff Department Officers
Roving Bike Photographer: Terry Saunders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 22nd, 2018|

06-02-2018 OSD Members Beach and Roadway Cleanup on Surf Drive Beach

On Saturday, June 2, 2018 twenty-four members of the Old Stone Dock Association gathered at the Ellen T. Mitchell Bathhouse. The mission of the day was to pick up litter on Surf Drive Beach both beach side and street side.  Members also cleaned the Mill Street parking lot and up several of the side streets as well.

There was a table set up with membership information and Old Stone Dock Logo wear. Refreshments were provided to members and beachgoers who stopped by to say hello.  President Jay Thayer and Polly Thayer donated funds for the flower boxes this year and they were purchased at Soares Flower Garden Nursery.  Jay and Polly also had all the volunteers back to their home for a barbeque luncheon.  Beach Committee Chair was Terry Saunders.  Thanks to the following volunteers who helped make the event a success.  Katrina Anderson, Rebecca Bevilacqua, Sally Colacicco, Michael Denomy,  Anna dos Santos, Brian Doyle, Emily Doyle, Kevin Doyle, Jon Englund, Jim Fox, Kyle Goodell, Mike Herlihy, Pat Keck, Adele McConaghy, Jennifer McGovern, Michael McGovern, Carol Mills, Greg Mills, Steve Saunders,  Terry Saunders, Van Smick, Jay Thayer, Polly Thayer and Rich Worob.  Special thanks to Acting Beach Superintendent Bruce Mogardo who arranged for pick up and installation of the flower boxes and provided the crew with gloves and trash bags.

Submitted by:  Terry Saunders, Beach Cleanup Chair

June 6th, 2018|

05-15-18 E-mail to members from OSD President Jay Thayer

Hello Neighbor ~ Greetings from the Old Stone Dock Association,

After a brief Spring, Summer now appears close at hand and the Surf Drive Beach will be enjoyed by many of us once again. I wanted to make you aware of several upcoming events and activities being organized by the Old Stone Dock Association (OSDA).

The OSDA Annual Beach Clean-up and Presentation of 2018 Beach House Flower Boxes on Surf Drive Beach will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to noon.  Rain date is Sunday, June 3, 2018.   This year’s flowers will be donated by Jay & Polly Thayer.  Protect yourself by wearing long pants, shirts with sleeves, sunblock and use garden gloves.  We’ll have a membership promotion table and registration by the Ellen T Mitchell Bathhouse where refreshments will be provided and OSDA logo wear will be available for sale.  We will also be gathering for a light lunch afterwards so we will need a headcount. If you are able to lend a hand, please RSVP to info@oldstonedock.com so we will know who to expect.

Dues Renewal Notices are being mailed this week to 300+ new, current and past members.  Please support the OSDA by remitting your dues of $25.00 per family now to P. O. Box 835, Falmouth, MA  02541 for the current year of 06/01/18 to 05/31/19.  The membership renewal form can also be found on our website at oldstonedock.com if that is more convenient for you. We thank you in advance for participating in the neighborhood association and allowing us to pass along items and information which may be of interest to you and your neighbors.

Tuition Assistance Applications are available to children and grandchildren of Old Stone Dock Association members who will be freshmen at a 2 year or a 4 year college in September 2018.  Members must be paid up and current with their 2018/2019 dues.  Applications will be accepted between May 1, 2018 and June 30, 2018.  The quantity and amount of scholarships provided annually will be determined by the Board of Directors and recipients will be selected by the committee.  The Tuition Assistance Application can be opened on the OSD website (oldstonedock.com) as a fillable PDF form, saved and printed from your PC.  A copy is also attached to this email if you would like to print it and fill it in by hand.  Applications must be mailed to OSDA-Tuition Assistance, P.O. Box 835, Falmouth, MA  02541 and be postmarked by June 30, 2018.

Website Information is always available at oldstonedock.com. Director Terry Saunders does a fantastic job updating the website with events and activities that are going on with the Association and documenting many of our events with photographs.  She also welcomes any information you offer for the enjoyment of all.

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Old Stone Dock Association President. My name is Jay Thayer and I took over for Kevin Doyle earlier this year. My wife Polly and I live at 255 Walker Street and have enjoyed Falmouth and our neighborhood since 2011. I plan to carry on Kevin’s tradition of keeping the membership informed of relevant issues in the Town and the neighborhood and I hope to see you at one of our events this year.

Jay

NOTE ADDED BY WEB ADMINISTRATOR:

Beach clean – Please RSVP to info@oldstonedock.com to let us know if you will join us.
Dues renewal – notices and newsletters were mailed to 337 current and prior members on Saturday, 05/19/18.  Please return your renewal form and $25 annual dues upon receipt.
Tuition assistance – Applications may be remitted now.

May 20th, 2018|

02-25-18 Crossen Creek Signage in Honor of Past President Jim Crossen

“Crossen Creek” was formally established on February 1st. Paul Smith wanted to create a permanent recognition for the Founding President of the Old Stone Dock Association. He figured that if we talked about the rip-rap artery that cleans run-off water into Salt Pond as Crossen Creek, then after a year or so, we ought to be able to label it as such.

Founding President Jim Crossen was informed of our intention at the Annual Meeting at the Beach Breeze Inn in December 2017.  OSDA member Locust Sign Company made the sign to look like the sign that has long identified “Fresh River.”  Newly elected OSDA President Jay Thayer stepped up to prepare all the mounting materials to ensure an attractive and sound footing. He then led the team to erect the sign on a beautiful winter morning.

As soon as the sign was in place, the erecting committee of Board Member Paul Smith, President Jay Thayer and Immediate Past President Kevin Doyle went to Jim’s house to escort him down to Crossen Creek for inspection. Jim is delighted with the honor. The accompanying pictures tell the story. You are all encouraged to check out the sign for yourselves. We’re all proud of you Jim!

Featured picture:  Jay Thayer, Jim Crossen and Kevin Doyle.

 

 

February 25th, 2018|

12-03-17 Holiday Party at ShoreWay Acres – Recap of events (1-1-18)

On Sunday, 12/03/17 the day started out with Old Stone Dock members participating in the Falmouth Christmas Parade. Trent and Jacob Tessier (Kevin Doyle’s grandsons) carried the banner which was made in 2016 by OSD member Kathy Hall depicting the OSD Bicentennial (1817-2017). Members Kevin Doyle, Polly Thayer, Jay Thayer and Mike Herlihy proudly walked behind the banner and waved to parade goers along the way (see feature picture).

The Annual after the Parade Holiday Party hosted by OSD members Dorie and Greg Ketterer took place at ShoreWay Acres Inn from 2 to 4 p.m.  It was attended by over 100 members and guests including several public officials.   Dorie and Greg (see picture below) were the perfect hosts and there was a delicious buffet enjoyed by all.  The clam chowder bowls are always a favorite along with the most delicious sides and deserts.

Rebecca Bevilacqua, Cindy Lehtinen and Bob Lehtinen welcomed guests at the registration table. The children enjoyed face painting by OSDA member Kathy Hall and gingerbread house decorating sponsored by OSDA members Dorie & Greg Ketterer of ShoreWay Acres. The Charlie Jamieson Duo entertained the guests with popular tunes and Christmas favorites.

The Old Stone Dock Logo Wear table was manned by Steve Saunders and Terry Saunders and included new windbreakers, pink caps and green caps. Other items included T-shirts, sweatshirts, canvas bags, etchings of the dock and Old Stone Dock note cards.

Kevin Doyle reviewed many of the association’s accomplishments this past year, asked new members to stand and introduce themselves and announced the guests in attendance. Police Chief  Edward Dunn and Town Manager Julian Suso each addressed the crowd.  Jim Crossen was presented a ‘Crossen’s Creek’ sign that will be put in place soon.

The gavel was then turned over from Outgoing President Kevin Doyle to new President, Jay Thayer. Jay thanked outgoing president Kevin Doyle for all his efforts over the past several years.  Kevin was presented with an OSD windbreaker and cap as well as an autographed book that Anne Prior had picked out for him.

Committee Members Pat Keck, Polly Thayer and Terry Saunders had solicited the Falmouth Village Business in November and they were extremely generous in providing door prizes for our guests.  Below is a list of the donors and recipients.  This list of local business as well as others who assist us throughout the year can be found on the OSDA Events Page under “Local Business Supporters”.  Please be sure to shop or eat at these fine establishments and thank them for their assistance in making this year’s event so special.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Door prizes and the lucky recipients

Falmouth Village Business
2017 Item
Location
Recipient

Anejo Mexican Bistro
Gift Certificate
188 Main Street
Donnie Cross

Atlantic Dry Goods
Candleholder
104 Palmer Ave
Carol Erhardt

Bean & Cod
Gift Certificate
145 Main Street
Amy Herlihy

Ben & Bills Chocolate
Gift Certificate
209 Main Street
Joanne Skudder

Caline for Kids
Gift Certificate
149 Main Street
Dave Hom

Cape Chic
Gift Certificate
176 Main Street
Josh Tolkoff

Cape Cleaners
Gift Certificate
241 Main Street
Sharon Butler

Country Fare
Gift Certificate
319 Main Street
Pamela Cronin

Cup Cake Charlies
Gift Cert – 6 cupcakes
153 Main Street
Cathleen Dunn

Eastman’s Ace Hardware
Craftsman Drill
150 Main Street
Bill Hough

Eight Cousins Books
Gift Certificate
189 Main Street
Michael Butler

Falmouth Chamber of Commerce
Falmouth Beach Towel
20 Academy Lane
Kevin Doyle

Falmouth Fire Works Committee
New 2018 Fundraiser Cap
P. O. Box 500
Rebecca Bevilacqua

Falmouth Jewelry Shop
Necklace Compass Rose
225 Main Street
Doug Reed

Ghelfi’s Candies & Ice Cream
Gift Certificate
228 Main Street
Suzanne Butler

Green Eyed Daisy
Candle
199 Main Street
Steve Saunders

Green Eyed Daisy
Gift Certificate
199 Main Street
David Cary

Hannoush Jewelers
Alex & Ani Silver Bracelet
352 Main St, #2
Anna dos Santos

Harvest of Barnstable
Sparkle Tree
261 Main Street
Donna Herlihy

Howlingbird Studio
Gift Certificate
91 Palmer Ave
Coleen Tessier

John’s Shoe Store
Gift Certificate
141 Main Street
Barbara Meissner

La Cucina sul Mare
Gift Certificate
237 Main Street
Brenda Campanella

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub & Restaurant
Gift Certificate
273 Main Street
Lorraine Fox

Livin’ EZ Casual Wear
Gift Certificate
226 Main Street
Bob Pritchard

Maison Villatte Boulangere Patisserie
Food Gift Basket
267 Main Street
Timothy Cronin

MoLinos […]

January 2nd, 2018|

12-03-17 Holiday Party at ShoreWay Acres – E-mail to members 11-06-17

Hello Neighbor!

27 days and counting! Our 14th Annual Christmas Party is in view!

As always, Dorie and Greg Ketterer have prepared a menu and a venue that will put us all in the holiday spirit!

Many of us are “Regulars” – if you’re not, ask someone who is and we’ll all say the same thing, “Don’t miss it!”

A festive dining room, gaily decorated and featuring a wrap-around buffet table with every course from appetizers to deserts – or vice-versa if you choose to start at the far end!

The flyer tells it all (see below): music, food, door prizes, town leaders, OSDA gift items, face painting, gingerbread houses, and most importantly – good-hearted, holiday-spirit friendship!!

Thanks to many members who “gave a little extra” with their dues this year, we have been able to hold the price for the Christmas Party for the third or fourth year. You will note that payment and reservations should be made directly to ShoreWay. Phone calls will hold your spot, too.

Don’t forget the PARADE beforehand! All Dockers are encouraged to enjoy a “stroll” down Main Street starting at noon. Children and grandchildren are also invited to join in the spirit of the day. “Never were there nicer folk than in Falmouth-by-the-Sea” – Katherine Lee Bates had it absolutely right and it’s still true 150 years later! Come enjoy the parade as a marcher!

I’ll be reminding you of these events in the weeks ahead, but please keep the day in mind. Hope to see you there!!

Kevin Doyle

Falmouth Old Stone Dock Association’s – 14th Annual “After-the-Parade Christmas Party”
Please join us immediately following the Christmas Parade for the camaraderie of a good, old-fashioned neighborhood party!
Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm
ShoreWay Acres Inn, 59 Shore Street, Falmouth Village
Refreshments including: Cape Cod Clam Chowder in Bread Bowls,
Hearty Hors d’oeuvres, Assorted Holiday Cookies and Sweets, Egg Nog,
Mulled Apple Cider and Hot Chocolate….Plus the Inn’s B.Y.O.B. Bar
Festive Music by Charlie Jamieson
Fabulous Face Painting sponsored by OSDA Member, Kathy Hall
Kids’ Gingerbread House Decorating sponsored by OSDA member, ShoreWay Acres Inn

Unique “SHOP FALMOUTH FIRST” Ideas & Offers plus Great Door Prizes!
Old Stone Dock Association Logo items make great Christmas gifts!
Hats, T-Shirts, Sweat Shirts & Tote Bags will be available for sale.

Just $19.00 per person with advance payment by Nov. 24 (Children 12 and under – $6.00)
$24.00 per person with payment on Nov. 24 or later (Children 12 and under – $6.00)
Save $5.00 per ticket when purchased by November 24!

To assist OSDA and ShoreWay Acres in planning our event, please purchase tickets by telephone or in person at ShoreWay Acres’ front desk on or before November 24, 2017. Payment may be made by cash or check. For phone reservations, checks should be made payable to ShoreWay Acres Inn and sent to “OSDA Reservations” c/o ShoreWay Acres, P.O. Box 907, Falmouth, MA 02541.

Tickets will be emailed to you or may be picked up at the front desk at any time prior to the party. Tickets purchased on November 25 and later will be charged $24.00. ShoreWay Acres Inn: 508-540-3000

IMPORTANT: ShoreWay Acres’ unique B.Y.O.B. Bar will be open for guests who wish to bring their own wine, beer or other alcoholic beverages. The Inn will provide all mixers, setups, garnishes and bar service at no charge. Alcoholic beverages are not available for purchase. Parade goers attending the OSDA Party are welcome to check their beverages in at the bar on the way to the parade between 11:00 am & 12:30 pm. This avoids having to carry them to the parade or waiting in line at the bar following the parade. OSDA guests are welcome to park at […]

November 7th, 2017|