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Why I’m Going Back to Bear Week for the First Time in Years

Bear Week in Provincetown, Massachusetts happens to be one of the largest bear gatherings each year. What started as a small group of guys getting together on the sunny beaches of Cape Cod many moons ago has turned into something so much bigger and greater that anyone...

Provincetown History Snippets: Renovating Town Hall

During the mid-to-late 1800s, towns in Massachusetts started building municipal halls complete with auditoriums as a way to end the practice of meeting in churches (to officially separate “church and state”) and Provincetown Town Hall was built with a large auditorium...

Pilgrim Monument and P-Town Museum Opens for Season April 1st

The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) will open for the season on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 9am with free admission all day. Visitors can enjoy an invigorating climb up the iconic 252-foot granite Monument with 116 steps and 60 ramps to take in the...

2019 Moby-Dick Marathon

Melville returns to Provincetown with the fourth annual Provincetown Public Library Moby-Dick Marathon Reading in April 2019. Joining New Bedford, MA, Mystic, CT, and New York City, this Moby-Dick Marathon celebrates Provincetown’s significant whaling heritage, as...

Sioux Tribe member from Provincetown leads student U.N. delegation

PROVINCETOWN — A Sturgis Charter Public School senior has started a nonprofit organization to give indigenous students a stronger voice on the international scene. Nathan Balk King, a Provincetown resident and an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, has created...

Working Parents Welcome Provincetown Day Care Program

PROVINCETOWN — In the Wee Care early learning center at the old Veterans Memorial Elementary School, Provincetown Superintendent Beth Singer cradled a small child. “He speaks only Spanish,” Singer said. More than a dozen infants and toddlers attend the school...

Canteen Holiday Market Provincetown

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