What's On this weekend in Falmouth: SCRUFTS charity dog show, Live Hip-hop, and St Nazaire Service
By Max Goodman
30th Mar 2023 | Local News
Welcome to your weekly What's On in Falmouth with Nub News.
Every Thursday we round up just some of the eye-catching events occurring in your area over the weekend.
Read on for Falmouth's not to be missed outings this week, and remember, you can add your event for FREE using the Nub It button and find events taking place around the town here: What's On.
Saturday 1st April - The Boathouse dog show: SCRUFTS
This Saturday, The Boathouse will be calling on all the canines of Cornwall for their dog show SCRUFTS which will be raising money for an animal charity in Cornwall.
The event will take place from 12:00 pm until 16:30 and all funds raised will go to the Last Chance Hotel, a charity that works hard to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abused and neglected dogs and other animals.
For more information: The Boathouse dog show: SCRUFTS | Community Events
Sunday 2nd April - St Nazaire parade and service
This Sunday, Falmouth will host its annual St Nazaire parade and service for the 81st anniversary.
The parade leaves the Moor at around 10.40 am and will make its way to the Prince of Wales Pier for the service at the St Nazaire memorial.
For more information: St Nazaire parade and service | Community Events
Sunday 2nd April - Slum Village
More live music with the Cornish Bank with Slum Village who have been booked again for a second night after the first event sold out.
Rising from the rough corners of Detroit, Slum Village carried the old-school, funk, and soul-filled, hip-hop torch amongst other genre pioneers. Originally comprising of rappers Baatin, T3, and producer, J DILLA the group debuted in the early '90s as Ssenepod, later changing their name to Slum Village for the release of their debut, Fan-Tas-Tic, Vol. 1, in 1997.
For more information: Slum Village | Music