Provincetown This Weekend
The entertainment season officially starts this weekend, and here are your choices.
You Can’t Take It With You
What: This classic screwball comedy centers on Grandpa Vanderhof’s creatively eccentric family. When love blooms between Grandpa Vanderhof’s pretty granddaughter and the handsome son of an uptight, conservative Wall Street banker, the collision of their two worlds explodes into laughter!
Poppy Champlin: Fri 5/18; 7 -8 pm | Poppy Champlin questions the status quo, rants about the things she considers unfair, and mocks the things she deems ridiculous. | Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial St (Directions) | Cost: $22
Plan Your Summer Visit Now
It’s never too early to start planning your visit to Provincetown this summer. We’ve got everything you need to know to decide when to visit.
There’s always plenty of art, music, theater and drag performances, as well as the special events such as the Portuguese Festival, the Provincetown Film Festival, Bear Week, or the event of the year – Carnival Week.
Women’s Events in May
If you’re a women, May is a great month to visit with these three great event weekends!
Single Women’s Weekend: Thu, 5/17/18 – Mon, 5/20/18
Memorial Day Women’s Weekend: Thu, 5/24 – Mon, 5/28
Womxn of Color Weekend: Thu, 5/31 – Sun, Jun 3
Spring Art & Cultural Events
Provincetown is America’s oldest art colony, and it plays host to a number cultural events this spring.
Twenty Summers: Fri’s & Sat’s: 5/18 – 6/16
CabaretFest: Thu, 5/31 – Sun, 6/3
International Encaustic Conference: Fri, 6/1 – Sun, 6/3/18
Provincetown Film Festival: Wed, 6/13 – Sun, 6/17/18
Portuguese Festival: Thurs, 6/21, – Sun, 6/24/18
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