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Chris Smither

When: Jan 21, 2017 8pm in Provincetown, MA

Sage Culinary School - The Art of Pasta Making

If you love fresh pasta but think you could never make it yourself, this class will change your mind. Our Chef will demystify the process, walking you step-by-step through techniques for making perfect dough every time. Laugh and learn alongside classmates as you practice rolling, shaping and stuffing a variety of pasta shapes and learning how to properly cook it. Instructed by Head Chef Lucio Garnica. 

When: Feb 18, 2017 11am in Provincetown, MA

Sage Culinary School - Nostalgic Warm Weather Foods That Will Make Your Summer

Knock-off the cobwebs and prepare to make the most of local summer seafood and vegetables. Learn how to properly cook and prepare lobster with ease as well as tomato picking tips. Then, we’ll make three outstanding summer classics you can repeat all season long, including our signature lobster sliders, fried green tomatoes and yellow tomato gazpacho. Instructed by Head Chef Lucio Garnica.

When: Apr 15, 2017 11am in Provincetown, MA

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Surfside Hotel and Suites 
543 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Surfside Hotel and Suites is located on Cape Cod Bay, private beach, outdoor heated pool, complimentary breakfast & free parking. Located just a short distance from the center of town. Waterfront rooms have a view of Provincetown Harbor & Cape Cod.
About Provincetown, MA
Provincetown is the last community located at the tip of Cape Cod. Although Provincetown was not founded until 1727, Bartholomew Gosnold arrived in Provincetown Harbor from Maine in 1602. The Mayflower docked for the first time in the Provincetown harbor in 1620 and is the official first landing of the pilgrims.

Over the years during the 18th century, the town's population fluctuated along with the price of fish. Aside from fishing there was farming which was the next most important thing and there were some salt works and one mill.

A wealth of art and preserved momentous buildings combined with the lure of the sea help Provincetown to maintain a vast tourist and summer home industry. Provincetown offers history, shopping, great restaurants and the smells and sounds of the ocean from all directions.