The Falmouth Visitor's

Sites of Interest

Some info we'd like to share with you - 
some about the Cape, some not...

The Original Cape Codders - find out about the Wampanoag Tribe

Wampanoag is the collective name of the indigenous people of southeastern Massachusetts and eastern Rhode Island. The name has been variously translated as "Eastern People", "People of the Dawn", or more currently "People of the First Light".

The Mashpee Wampanoag website.

Explore some of the African American Inventors 
that made the World a better Place!

African American Inventors - from ice cream to aerial bombs and even the "Real McCoy", learn the origins of some of the greatest inventions in American history. 

Capturing the Spirit of Falmouth, Cape Cod and the Islands

Falmouth, Cape Cod Photographer Kathy Sharp Frisbee's glorious scenes of coastal Cape Cod, its wildlife, Native Americans, tall ships and architecture.

Even Coyotes vacation on Cape Cod - keep your traveling pet safe!

Safety tips for vacationers and natives alike: don't feed coyotes, don't put pet foods outside, don't keep small pets tied up outside, keep your garbage under wraps, and if you see a coyote - make lots of noise and show him your house is YOUR territory!
Read this article from Mass Wildlife - Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

Want to hook up with some Cape Cod outdoors-lovin' folk for 
fun in the sun kayaking, biking, hiking, golfing, blading, skiing, 
and snowboarding?

Well, check out the Upper Cape Ski Club for all the details...

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

WHOI is dedicated to research and higher education at the frontiers of ocean science. Its primary mission is to develop and effectively communicate a fundamental understanding of the processes and characteristics governing how the oceans function and how they interact with Earth as a whole.

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ChangeWorks supplies executives and their organizations with the tools essential to releasing and realizing their full potential. Personal and professional growth are nurtured using traditional and non-traditional methods of overcoming obstacles to productivity.

 

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