September 21, 2023: The ptownie dispatch!
Thru October 28, 2023 at Post Office Cabaret
The Anita Cocktail Variety Hour is thrilled to be their THIRD SEASON. Hostess and Emcee Anita Cocktail and drag cast members Abby Cummings and Raquel Blake as they welcome guest entertainers from all over the country, performing everything from Spot-On celebrity impersonations, hysterical comedy, Pop Divas, Burlesque and Live Singing. A great way to celebrate a Birthday, anniversary or even a divorce, a night with Anita and the girls is the way to go!
ILLUSIONS: We are Having a Ball! Provincetown`s longest running drag review! You can find us at the Post Office Cabaret!
September 23, 2023 at throughout Provincetown
Please join #teamASGCC in riding or volunteering at this year’s event, the final Harbor to the Bay charity ride. Have you always wanted to do a long-distance ride, but never thought you could make it? Well, so have many of the Harbor to the Bay participants! Until joining Harbor to the Bay, many of our participants had never ridden more than 10 miles. However, as we cross the finish line, you’ll be elated by your personal accomplishments as well as the impact on your community!
Provincetown’s hot dogs come out to raise cash for some pretty cool cats! “Pet Tea” is a fundraiser that takes place at the Boatslip Resort proceeds benefit the Carrie A. Seaman Animal Shelter (CASAS) at September 23rd at 4:00 pm.
September 29 thru October 1 at Provincetown Public Library
Celebrating the power of words to change the world and literacy to change lives, the Provincetown Book Festival is an annual weekend of programs that support the culture of books, writing and reading in Provincetown. Most of the programs are presented by invited authors who have recently published a book of fiction, non-fiction, poetry or plays. The Festival strives for inclusiveness and diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, sexuality, and gender. Festival programs emphasize conversations between authors, discussion with the audience, and other collaborative forms.
Generations Project is utilizing The Wilde Gifford House to educate us on our queer herstory Beloved & Bygone: Stories of Ptown Places Past. This is important work and we hope you can attend the Provincetown storytelling event.
September 28 thru October 1 throughout Provincetown
Mates Leather Weekend is a kick-back, have a good time, meet some hot new friends weekend for those who want to hang out, socialize, relax or party with other like-minded people in Leather, Rubber and Uniforms. They thank all MLW sponsors, friends and past participants who have contributed to the success of Mates Leather Weekend. I’m grateful for all the new friends that I’ve made along the way.
The Washashore Festival is Provincetown’s genre-bending, Queer music festival that celebrates the freedom, breadth, and power of Queer expression in a village at the end of the world that has long been a safe haven for rebels, adventurers, artists, and liberated souls of all stripes October 7 & 8.
Welcome to the second annual ptownie Art Issue. Like all things ptownie, this art-filled magazine you hold in your hands is the inspiration of our publisher, Mike Miller. Mike’s vision for the issue is to celebrate art, and we do just that with full-page images that you don’t see much anymore.
A musical experience unlike any other, the Washshore Festival in Year 3 is expanding on its mission to foster community around a spectacle of queer artistry and self-expression with a line-up of its biggest talent yet.
With 175 workshops—covering ceramics; sculpture; plein air painting; memoir writing with authors William Mann, Larry Ruttman, and Elissa Altman; and even a master class in painting with Michael David—Mittenthal promises “an array of incredible learning opportunities to suit every level of experience and interest.”
September 21, 2023 to September 24, 2023
September 23, 2023
September 28, 2023 to October 2, 2023
September 29, 2023 to October 1, 2023
October 7, 2023 to October 8, 2023
October 9, 2023 to October 15, 2023