Falmouth, MA – October 7, 2022 The Falmouth Chamber of Commerce is working to present a traditional Holidays by the Sea Weekend, scheduled for December 2nd-4th this year. “We are delighted to have our events back in person again this year and have been heartened by the number of inquiries received so far”, commented Falmouth Chamber President Michael Kasparian. “The Falmouth community comes together each year around the holidays to support and participate in what has become a signature weekend extravaganza. It takes an enormous amount of coordination and collaboration between the Falmouth Chamber, DPW, Falmouth Police & Rescue, Falmouth Village & Woods Hole Business Associations and of course Santa. We hope everyone will invite family and friends to Falmouth for a truly magical time”. The weekend kicks off with Christmas Caroling on Friday, December 2nd, at 5:30 pm. Nobska Lighthouse will not be available this year because of construction. An alternative Woods Hole location will be identified and announced at a future date. Main Street in downtown Falmouth will once again be closed to traffic on the afternoon of Saturday, December 3rd to make way for the Annual Jingle Jog which will begin and end at MV Bank, 84 Main Street, at the village green. The Falmouth Village is planning to host activities for families during the Christmas Stroll, with extended hours for holiday shopping and dining. The Lighting of the Falmouth Village Green will take place at 6:00pm which allows families time to enjoy the activities on Main Street afterwards. The 59th Annual Christmas Parade, “Holiday Traditions,” will step off from Dillingham Avenue at noon on Sunday December 4th. Decorated floats, bands, animals, and walking groups will come together to march down Main Street to the Falmouth Village Green. Parade applications are available for download online at www.falmouthchamber.com or may be picked up in person at the Chamber offices located on Academy Lane just off of Main Street.