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Arts Alive with Jazz, Rock and a Whole Lot More: June 16, 17, 18

Falmouth Village will overflow art, music, cultural events and fun for all ages when Arts Alive returns to Falmouth the weekend of June 16, 17, and 18. The free annual festival features over 50 performances and more than 50 artisans spread over the Library Lawn and adjacent Shore Street Extension.


How It Happens

Arts Alive is organized each year by ArtsFalmouth, an organization devoted to supporting artists and the arts and introducing people young and old to the delights of the arts. Arts Alive is a free festival supported by sponsorship and individual donations. Visitors can help support this community festival by tossing a buck "into the bucket" when it is passed or into one of the donation boxes placed throughout the festival, or by purchasing raffle tickets or “Support the Arts” buttons. By doing so, visitors will be joining a special group of sponsors that help to keep Arts Alive alive each year: The Falmouth Enterprise, Cape Cod 5, New Balance Falmouth Road Race, Falmouth Village Association, Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, The Woods Hole Foundation, Falmouth Cultural Council, First Citizens Federal Credit Union of Cape Cod, Marthas Vineyard Savings Bank, Ghelfi's Candies, Liam McGuire's Irish Pub, Seafood Sam's, Puritan Cape Cod, and more.

Wanted: Volunteers

Arts Alive is seeking volunteers to work for a few hours during the event to help make it a success. Volunteers are needed in three-hour blocks to blow up balloons, sell refreshments, and the like. Strong arms are needed to help set up and break down the event. Volunteer hours are Friday from 1 PM on for set-up; after the music on Friday evening from 9 to 10:30 PM to set up the street tent for Saturday sales; from 9 to 11 PM on Saturday night to help secure equipment, tidy up tables and chairs, and pick up trash; and again on Sunday from 5 PM on to break down the event. All supplies and lavish "thank you’s" are provided. Those who would like to volunteer are asked to call Arts Falmouth at 508-548-2892 or send an e-mail to Practical Stuff Parking is available in the Mullen-Hall on Katherine Lee Bates Road and rest rooms are located at the rear of Peg Noonan Park on Main Street. Trash cans and recycle bins provided by Cavossa Disposal Corp will be located throughout the festival. For more information about Arts Alive 2017 or membership information in ArtsFalmouth, visit