October 13, 2022. the ptownie dispatch!
October 13 – October 15, 2022 at Crown & Anchor
Suede —pop/jazz/blues vocalist and multi-instrumentalist – A return to Crown & Anchor, Provincetown’s biggest entertainment complex – for TWO NIGHTS during the Women’s Week celebrations. Thurs, Oct 13 @7pm & Sat, Oct 15 @7:30pm.
“The real deal”, said Joan Rivers. “To DIE for” exclaimed Bea Arthur from Suede’s audience. NY press says she’s “like Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler.” Suede was the third headliner with Melissa Etheridge and Sarah McLachlan on the Melissa Etheridge Cruise and a decades long top headliner with Olivia Cruises. Dare her. She was Joan Rivers’ opening act. Come see why. Grab the chance to see this nationally and internationally touring artist and her band. You’ll be glad you did!
This year’s Women’s Week schedule will be wonderful!
October 15, 2022 at The Club
Join us for an amazing night of music at THE CLUB for the 2nd annual MUSIC GALA – A BENEFIT FOR THE SOUP KITCHEN IN PROVINCETOWN! This year’s gala marks the milestone of 30 years of service! We’ll be serving up some anniversary cake and selling raffle tickets for some great prizes!
ENTERTAINERS: On stage are the impressively talented artists from THE CLUB with Qya Cristál and Dennis Flaherty on vocals, Ken Field on sax, Matt Hutchinson on piano, Ron Ormsby on bass, and Bart Weisman on drums!
The Club has solidified itself as great place to catch world-class jazz & jazz-influenced entertainment.
October 20-30, 2022 at Post Office Cabaret
New fresh SCHARTT$ CREEK! is an unauthorized parody of the record-setting, Emmy Award-winning sitcom. From the twisted mind of Jamie Morris is “Schartt$ Creek” picks up where the series left off as we join the Rose family who converges on Ptown to support David who has been abandoned on his honeymoon!
Showbiz Spitfire PaigeTurner: Drag Me To Christmas soon Holly Folly in Provincetown
October 27, 2022 at Crown & Anchor
The Generations Project is back with our annual intergenerational LGBTQ+ storytelling show. We bring together all generations of LGBT people to share stories as a way to foster community. This year’s theme is Arts & Bohemia.
Provincetown’s history as a bohemian and gay sanctuary “the island of misfit toys” during times in our history when perversions and differences were dangerous to express openly is well known. Our storytellers, long-time frequenters and residents of Ptown will tell stories about their lives that touch on these themes.
These stories will be included in our LGBT history anthology that is part of our permanent exhibit at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum entitled “An Anecdotal Anthology of LGBTProvincetown” where we chronicle our history of the last century through first-hand account and archival material.”
Spooky Bear Weekend is an opportunity to “do” Halloween right for ptownie.
Spooky Bear Weekend is an opportunity to “do” Halloween right—Bear style but for everyone! Northeast Ursamen will be Grimm’s Beary Tales with a weekend of revelry, costumes, and some treats!
But there are quieter spots too. Places you can get away and reconnect with nature. There’s swimming off the breakwater, or a sunbaked day at Long Point. Sunset at Race Point is quiet celebration of shifting colors and glowing bonfires, the former often hosted by gaggles of gray seals.
My personal favorite, however? Beech Pond.
We all need our caffeine! This summer we’re all being especially attentive to keeping our imbibing safe for everyone. Be sure to observe each establishment’s requirements for the safety of all.
October 10, 2022 to October 16, 2022
October 12, 2022 to October 15, 2022
October 16, 2022 to October 23, 2022
October 28, 2022 to October 30, 2022
November 2, 2022 to November 6, 2022
November 11, 2022