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Provincetown, MA Local Provincetown Info - Travel Guide and Business Directory to P-Town

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Inspiration Gatherings
Join us at the third annual Provincetown Inspiration Weekend to fill your inner well, lift your spirits, and inspire your heart! Inspiration Weekend is an immersive connected experience using music, lyric, and spoken word for the purpose of personal and spiritual development. This year’s theme is surrendering to our inner wisdom and accepting that the highest and best guidance is within each of us. Dealing with inner lives that are experiencing forgiveness, loss, and grief will be explored as well.

When: Sep 30, 2016 10am to Sep 30, 2016 5pm in Provincetown, MA

Sage Culinary School - Farm to Fork: Preparing Seasonal Produce with Ease

You’ve grown and harvested or shopped the farmers market, now what? Overcome the challenge of preparing foreign ingredients or understand new ways to prepare old garden favorites by learning how to incorporate the season's freshest produce into appetizers and entrees. Instructed by Head Chef Lucio Garnica. 

When: Oct 1, 2016 11am in Provincetown, MA

2016 Provincetown Dance Trophy

When: Oct 1, 2016 7pm in Provincetown, MA
Cost: Spectator tickets $30

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Ptown Scoop 
385 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Our family-owned business offers the BEST homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, frappes, sundaes, banana splits, and ice cream pizza...We are sure to please since you can "Get 27 licks!" We even offer ice cream for your four-legged family member!
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.