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    What’s New: TEDx Provincetown: Hyperlocal

    TEDxProvincetown
    April 12, 2022

    TEDx: Provincetown returns, this year with the theme of hyperlocal—promoting people doing innovative impactful things in their communities, whether in the arts, sports, entrepreneurship, with emphasis on those whose local implementation could also be used in other communities. TEDx is on June 17th in the historic building at the end of Ryder Street, providing a small, intimate setting for an exchange of ideas destined to go far beyond Provincetown.

    Included in this year’s lineup:

    And TEDx is still looking for volunteers! Go to tedxprovincetown.com/contact to be part of it all!

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