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GFP Spring Stomp - A Hoedown in P-town 2019
Come to Provincetown and learn to dance! A laid back weekend of dancing, learning, and socializing in Provincetown, MA just before the season starts consisting of three dances and 5 dance workshops. We love this time of year on the cape as it's not busy and the hotel/guest rates are still off season. No partner or experience necessary. Note: this is a LGBTQ+Allies (queer) weekend -- in other words, this event is open to everyone no matter race, background, gender, sexuality, or experience. By registering you agree to be good to each other, dance with people who ask (unless you don't know the dance), and generally not be a jerk. We love to dance and want you to be a part of it. If you are having financial hardship we do have volunteer opportunities (see the website for details). Ticket options: Weekend Passes are the best deat in that it gets you into all the dances and workshops, Even if you plan to do just Saturday's workshops and dance, the weekend pass is still a bargain. Wicked Early Bird Wicked Early Bird Weekend Pass Special: through July 1, 2018, get the Weekend pass for $60 -- That was our price 6 years ago! Get'em now while you can Early Bird Early Bird Weekend Pass Special: through January 1, 2019, get the Weekend Pass for only $75! Online pricing (January 2, 2019–April 25, 2019): Weekend Pass: $85 A la Carte:- Friday night dance: $10- Individual Workshop: $20 (all five: $100)- Saturday night dance: $20- Sunday "Sweet tea" dance $15 At door (April 26-27, 2019) Weekend Pass: $100 A la carte:- Friday night dance: $15- Individual Workshop: $25 (all five: $125)- Saturday night dance: $25- Sunday "Sweet tea" dance $20 Any questions? More info? Go to gaysforpatsy.org/stomp

When: Apr 26, 2019 8pm in Provincetown, MA

The 8th Annual Boston Cinco de Mayo Boat Cruise

BostonVIPlist & Flavor Media Presents... THE 8TH ANNUAL BOSTON CINCO DE MAYO CRUISE!Saturday, May 4th 2019*Boards at 6pm *WHAT BETTER WAY TO KICK OFF THE SUMMER THAN CINCO DE MAYO on the FIRST cruise BASH of the season!!! Party with OVER 900 PEOPLE in what has been Boston's #1 Party Cruise 8 years running! *SCROLL DOWN FOR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS* Tickets are going to go fast!!! Each year we sell out WELL in advance, this year we expect a full sellout well before May 4th! Prices will continue to rise until the day of the cruise, so don't wait to buy yours! Celebrating a Birthday?  Email AvaVIPList@gmail.com for specials Location: 200 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02110FAQ1. Does the GA ticket give me access to the entire boat? Yes. 2. Does the GA ticket come with drinks? No. The GA ticket grants you access throughout the boat but does not give you drinks. Drinks are sold seperately at the Bar. (The boat has several bars for you to purchase drinks.) 3. Is there food on the boat? Yes. There's hotdogs, pizza & other snacks. 4. Is this a 21+ event? Yes. You must be 21 to attend the boat & you must have a legal form of ID such as a drivers license, mass/state ID or a passport. 5. Do you take credit card?No. Everything on the boat is cash only. 6. Can you buy tickets at the door/at check in?No. All tickets are purchased online.  7. What time should I get there by?Check in starts 6PM and the boat will leave at 7PM SHARP. If you're running to the boat at 7:03, sorry but the boat has already left. 8. Can I get a refund? I can no longer attend because of *insert various reasons*No. We have a strict no refund policy. If you can no longer attend, you can resell your ticket to a frend by sending them a screen shot of your ticket barcode or sending them your email with the tickets on it. 10. What kind of music is this?Hip Hop, Top 40 & some EDM. Boards: 6:00pm SHARPReturns: 10:00pm SHARPWATCH THE OFFICIAL 2018 AFTERMOVIE 21+ event. No alcohol permitted on premises other than that served by the licensed vendors of this event . Unruly conduct, excessive intoxication, or improper identification (only proper Driver's license or Passport will be accepted) may result in denial of entry or ejection from the Boat at the sole discretion of the boat's security staff and/or management, without refund of the ticket purchase price. Neither refund nor exchange is authorized for passengers who miss a scheduled departure.  ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL: NO REFUNDS. Sails rain or shine!

When: May 4, 2019 6pm in Provincetown, MA

Gallery Exhibition Opening and Conversation

PAAM invites the public to a Gallery Conversation with exhibiting artist Constance Black and curator Elisabeth Pearl to discuss Constance Black: Toward Abstraction on view at PAAM April 8-May 30, 2016.. This Gallery Conversation is free and open to the public.

Constance Black came to Provincetown in 1950 to study at the Cape Cod School of Art under Henry Hensche. By the 1960’s the town was buzzing with new ideas and art schools and although her background was academic black was bitten by the new teachings. She plunged into abstraction mentored primarily by the painter Jim Forsberg.

This exhibition focuses on Black’s newest work which shifts to geometric and minimal forms inspired by an interest in the mysteries offered by spiritual belief systems and concepts. Her baha’i faith has provided black with an aesthetic that states there can be no break between nature, art, science, religion, or personal life. This belief is an ultimate unity-visualized as a central focus or enclosing sphere.

When: May 7, 2019 12am in Provincetown, MA

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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.