April 22 @ 2:00 pm
April 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
April 28 - April 29
April 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
This popular program with free community program offering courses on a drop-in basis is back in February and March 2018. Program sponsors include the Provincetown Schools, Library, Housing and Health Departments.
Dates: Wednesdays February 7 – March 28
Time: 6 – 8 pm
Where: Provincetown School, 12 Winslow St
* Note: Musicals with a Message will be held at the Provincetown Library from 5 – 8 pm.
Description: Series for watching and discussing musicals from the Wizard of Oz to Hairspray.
Instructor: Dr. Marc Strauss
Where: Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial St | Directions
Time: 5 – 8 pm
Feb 7: The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Feb 14: Finian’s Rainbow (1968)
Feb 21: Hair (1979)
Feb 28: Fiddler on the Roof (1971)
March 7: 1776 (1972)
March 14: A Chorus Line (1985)
March 21: Rent (2005)
Description: Homemade cards for every event and holiday.
Instructor: Sherry Prada, Stampin Up Demonstrator
Fee: **$5 Per Class
Feb 7: Valentine’s Day and wedding
Feb 14: Birthday and baby shower
Feb 21: Sympathy and get well
Feb 28: Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and graduation
March 7: St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and 4th of July
March 14: Christmas, Halloween, and Thanksgiving
March 21: Thank you and general cards
March 28: Class choice
Description: A mindfulness based program designed to help deal with persistent and unwanted mood states like anxiety, stress, and depression.
Instructor: Alison Dwyer, APRN-BC- Holistic Nurse Practitioner
Feb 7: Moving from living on “automatic pilot” to living with awareness and conscious choice
Feb 14: Moving from relating to experience through thinking and directly sensing
Feb 21: Moving from dwelling in the past and future to being fully in the present moment
Feb 28: Moving from trying to avoid, escape, or get rid of unpleasant experience to approaching it with interest
March 7: Moving from needing things to be different to allowing them to be just as they already are
March 14: Moving from seeing thoughts as true and real to seeing them as mental events the may not correspond to reality
March 21: Moving from treating yourself harshly to taking care of yourself with kindness and compassion
March 28: Planning a mindful future
Description: Work alongside your friends and neighbors, and with guidance from a roster of local woodworking legends and legends in the making. Bring your own materials and projects. Woodshop tools and equipment are available.
Instructor: Nate McKean (and guests)
Dates: Wed, Feb 7 – Wed, March 28
Description: From detox diet foods to Chinese medicinal foods that lift your mood, learn about foods that will help an array of ailments.
Instructor: Bethany Gregory, Chef, Strangers & Saints
Feb 7: Juice cleanse: release toxins
Feb 14: Juicing for ailments: joint health, stomach issues, allergies, immune support
Feb 21: Traditional Chinese Medicine Pt. 1
Feb 28: Traditional Chinese Medicine Pt. 2
March 7: Medicinal mushrooms
March 14: The edible pharmacy
March 21: Mental meals: Eating for enhanced brain function and to help prevent degenerative disorders
March 28: Feeding your physical needs; Listening to your body
Description: Learn how to make your own dough, different styles of pies, and take home your very own creations.
Instructor: Shane Landry, Owner, Connie’s Bakery & Cafe
Feb 7: Pie dough – Why does everyone have a different recipe for the perfect pie dough?
Feb 14: Fruit pies
Feb 21: Puddings and cream pies
Feb 28: Hand held pies
March 7: Sweet or savory
March 14: Chicken pot pie
March 21: Decorative crusts
March 28: Make your own
Description: Gain acting skills while learning the works of William Shakespeare.
Instructor: Stuard M. Derrick, Actor/Director
Dates: Wed, Feb 7 – Wed, March 28