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    Rose Dorothea Awards Ceremony

    Rose Dorothea Ceremony Provincetown
    August 7, 2021

    When: September 2022

    Where: Provincetown Public Library

    About: Created by Provincetown Public Library Chair Emeritus James Johnson, the Rose Dorothea Award pays tribute to nationally renowned writers who work on the Outer Cape. Named after the historic S/V Rose Dorothea, the half model, which took ten years to complete, is located on the second level of our library. The award seeks to recognize excellence among writers with a unique connection to the Outer Cape.

    The Rose Dorothea Award ceremony is free and donations will be accepted. Additional event information, photos and interviews are available by contacting Amy Raff, library director, or through the library website.

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