Falmouth celebrates its waterfront legacy

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The Falmouth Waterfront Bash, part of the Falmouth 300 celebration, drew all kinds of participants Sept. 8, including Laurel Regan, Theresa Robidas, Scarlet Robidas and Fiona Regan all attempting to do stand-up paddle boarding. (Dudley Warner / For The Forecaster)

A U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary boat docks at Town Landing in Falmouth, where Waterfront Bash participants could tour the vessel. (Dudley Warner / For The Forecaster)

Michelle Leavy of Falmouth and her children Benjamin, 2, and Emily, 5, tour the Coast Guard Auxiliary boat. (Dudley Warner / For The Forecaster)

The waterfront at Falmouth Town Landing was the site of tents with vendors for food, jewelry and other arts and crafts, and displays about the history of Falmouth and the importance of the waterfront and ocean to the town’s development and growth. (Dudley Warner / For The Forecaster)

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