Provincetown Winter Wednesdays 2017

Winter Wednesdays 2017 has finished its winter run for the season

This popular program was a free community program offering courses on a drop-in basis during February and March 2017.

Check back in December 2017 to get updates about Winter Wednesdays 2018!

2017 Schedule

We’ve left the 2017 schedule posted so you can get a sense of the range of courses offered.

All sessions are offered for free, however, some materials fees or subscriptions may apply. See the course description for information about additional fees.

Dough Course

“Dough” will be instructed by Shane Landry, the owner of Connie’s Bakery. She has been baking since childhood with his grandmother. Shane has a Bachelor’s Degree in Baking and Pastry Arts from Johnson & Wales University.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22/17)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Culinary Arts Room, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Dough Course - Provincetown Public Library

Mastering the iPad

“Mastering the iPad” will be instructed by Ed Terrill. An introduction to getting the best out of your iPad. Bring your own iPad or borrow one at the class. Observers also welcome.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22/17)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Collaboration Room (Off the library), 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Mastering the iPad - Provincetown Public Library

Plant-based Ethnic Cooking

Learn about plant-based nutrition and ethnic cuisines from veteran chef Bethany Gregory. Ingredients, recipes and other materials will be provided. Participants are required to wear closed-toe, slip-resistant shoes (sneakers are fine) in the kitchen at all times.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22/17)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Cafeteria, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Plant-Based Ethnic Cooking, Winter Wednesdays

Paper Crafts

An introduction to paper crafts and card making. Each session requires a $3 materials fee taught by Sherry Prada. Prada has been scrapbooking and card making for six years. In 2016 she became a Stampin Up demonstrator and has been teaching monthly card classes with Stampin Up products.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no classes 2/22, 3/1 or 3/8)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Art Room, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Paper Crafts - Provincetown Public Library

Yoga

Each week will be a different yoga course led by assorted instructors!

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Library, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free

Yoga - Provincetown Public Library

Dreams and Intuitions

This course will focus on what dreams and intuitions are, where they come from and the myriad ways they function to protect you, inform you, direct you, change you and bless you. The course will be taught by anthropologist and local business owner, Barbara Ivas-Sjostedt.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Teacher’s Work Room (off the library), 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Dreams and Intuitions - Provincetown Public Library

Genealogy: Shaking Up The Family Tree

Genealogy is as much about reading between the lines as it is verifying dates, places and events. Be prepared to find links where you least expect them. Bring as much basic info with you to get you to the 1920s or earlier. The instructor will be Roger Chauvette.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial St.
  • Cost: Free
Genealogy: Shaking Up The Family Tree - Provincetown Public Library

Film Series

This film series will be instructed by Marc Strauss. February sessions will feature Mae West at the Movies. March sessions will feature Cole Porter at the Movies.

  • Dates: Wed, 2/1/17 – Wed, 3/29/17 (no class 2/22)
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Theater, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Free
Winter Wednesday Film Series - Provincetown Public Library

Collage/Decoupage

Everything you always wanted to know about collage but didn’t know who to ask. This workshop will demonstrate a variety of methods and materials when working with collage. All levels familiar with the medium are welcome. Supplies provided: Mat medium, sponge brushes, paper, pencils, ephemera, wax paper, paint, razors. You are welcome to bring in your own materials in addition to what will be available.

  • Dates: Wed, 3/1/17 – Wed, 3/8/17
  • Time: 6 pm
  • Where: Provincetown Schools, Art Room, 12 Winslow St.
  • Cost: Materials fee $10.00 per person
Collage/Decoupage - Provincetown Public Library