Special Events

Annual Beach / Roadway Clean Up

This past years annual beach clean was held on Saturday, 05/18/19, 10:00 a.m. – Noon.  We cleaned from Shore to Mill beachside and roadside including the parking area at Surf and Mill.   Refreshments were provided to volunteers and all who passed by our membership promotion table.  Logo wear was available for sale (hats, T’s sweatshirts, windbreakers, bags and notecards).  Information on the 2020 clean up will be provided in May of 2020.

Annual Meeting / Summer Social

The last Annual Meeting was held at the Beach Breeze Inn, Shore Street, Falmouth.

Invitation and details to be provided in summer 2020 for the 2020 event.

Annual Holiday Party

Annual Holiday Party Old Stone Dock Falmouth, MA

The Annual Holiday Party was held on Sunday, 12/08/19 following the Falmouth Christmas Parade from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at ShoreWay Acres, 59 Shore Street, Falmouth.  Invitation and details will be provided in November for the 2020 event.

Traffic Control

As per scheduled event, members volunteer to assist with traffic control. Details will be posted as events are scheduled.

Falmouth Triathlon

This years event was held on Sunday, 07/14/19 – Falmouth Triathlon – New England Endurance Events

It’s a rite of summer on Cape Cod: an event that attracts not only local triathletes but also visitors from across the nation and the world. (25 U.S. states represented in 2016!) Join a very festive yet competitive atmosphere at the 2017 Falmouth Sprint Triathlon.  A highlight of the New England Triathlon Tour, this “short” sprint race (so say the triathlon vets) is unique for its warm salt-water swim, a beautiful bike that climbs to the majestic Nobska Point Light, and a 5k run entirely alongside one of New England’s most beautiful beaches. “Casual” athletes and newcomers are encouraged to join the tri-geeks…it’s a wonderful day for everyone!

Course Description

SWIM: 1/3 mile – A sandy, waist-deep start at Surf Drive Beach (expect temps well into the 70s). The course is rectangular in shape and well lifeguarded. Wave conditions over the years have ranged from glass-calm to a slight chop; never “big surf” in the protected waters of Vineyard Sound.

BIKE: 8.5 miles – After a mile-long flat stretch to warm up the legs, you begin a gradual climb of 2 winding miles to Nobska Light. Then it’s a rolling four miles skirting Woods Hole and returning to Falmouth Village. The remaining two miles are either downhill or flat to the finish.

RUN: 3.1 miles – A very level and fast run on paved road and walking trail along Vineyard Sound. Consider a hat and sunglasses — not much shade! Two staffed water stops. The last 50 yards are on the sand of Surf Drive Beach where the biggest cheering crowd of the New England Triathlon Tour awaits you!