Creating Opportunities for Community and Friendship
Welcome to the Newcomers Club of Falmouth
We are a social club whose purpose is to create opportunities for eligible Falmouth residents to foster friendship through programs, social events and activities of mutual interest and to increase their knowledge of the community.
If you wish to join Falmouth Newcomers, click here. You may apply online or on paper.
If you are a member of Falmouth Newcomers or Encore and wish to access the members only section of the website, please login to the website or sign up for a login name and password to get access to the website.
Welcome to Falmouth Newcomers, a non-profit social club dedicated to
welcoming new residents to the Town of Falmouth, MA. Our mission is to
provide opportunities for you to become part of our community and make lifelong friendships through participation in activities and programs of mutual interest. Not a new resident? You may qualify for membership if, within the last five years, you have retired or have had a life-changing event such as a divorce or the death of your spouse/partner. Please go to our Membership page to see if you qualify for membership and then apply online!
You may want to spend some time browsing our website to see what we’re all
about. I joined Newcomers in the fall of 2017 and the club has afforded me many opportunities to make friends, learn something new, and to feel part of my adopted hometown!
President, Newcomers of Falmouth
Cape Cod Winery,
Something for everyone - cruises, games nights,
Over 60 groups, indoors and outdoors, whatever your interest.
Monthly meetings that educate and entertain.
Mix and Mingles
Eat, drink and relax with fellow Newcomers.
Kayaking Group out for a paddle.
Falmouth Newcomers was founded in 1984 by Marie Feeney when she and nine other women began meeting in each other's homes. Over 500 men and women are now members.
Nobska Light, pictured above, is an iconic Falmouth landmark. Find out about the work done by the Friends of Nobska Light to preserve and protect this outstanding part of our local history.