Provincetown’s annual holiday celebration, Holly Folly, starts tonight. Festivities include traditional caroling to the more eye popping Speedo run down Commercial Street.
All the fun starts tonight with parties at both Purgatory and A-House from 9PM – 1AM. Saturday includes the Speedo run, Holiday drag bingo, and multiple sing alongs. The party concludes on Sunday at Purgatory with a leather dance party. For the full list of events visit the website at ptown.org/holly-folly.
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Photo Credit: Michael von Redlich/MvR Photography
Tomorrow night Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust Orphans open with a new production for their annual holiday theatrical show at the Ramrod Performing Arts Centre in the Fenway.
Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas runs from Thursday, December 4th through Sunday December 21st (a 3 week limited engagement!) Tickets are currently on sale with general admission pricing approximately $43 and reserved seating approximately $53. For more information about this musical based on the 1947 classic, “The Bishop’s Wife” and to purchase tickets follow the link below.
Get Your Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas! Tickets Here
This Saturday the 15th Annual SSRun will take place in Back Bay; the starting line is at the intersection of Boylston and Gloucester Street.
You may get more details about the run this weekend from their website, www.ssrunners.org.
Don’t worry if you cannot make it to the run as I’ll be creating a video to share with you. If you’ve never been to this annual tradition which is now replicated in cities through out the US and abroad, check out my video from the 2013 run.
Now that the Thanksgiving holiday is firmly in the past, I wanted to post my annual holiday reminder / request to boycott the Salvation Army by not sharing your spare change with the organization. Just outside malls and retail stores around the country are Salvation Army volunteers who will ask for your spare change to help with their charity work.
My annual reminder / request to boycott Salvation Army
I like to remind people that The Salvation Army is an Evangelical Christian group with a homophobic history and leadership. While they do provide meaningful services to the poor there are many organizations who do this as well (without the evangelical bent that preaches Leviticus and how homosexuality is a sin). These other charities would greatly benefit from your support no matter how small the donation.
If you feel the same as I do, you may even consider speaking to the mall / store manager to ask if they would grant the space to a more accepting charity.
Have you registered for this year’s Toys for Joys party this coming Saturday?
The event’s venue has moved to Bay Village at the Revere Hotel Boston Common – Space 57. For those of you who may not be familiar with this social party, it helps collect and distribute toys for children in and around Boston who might otherwise not have gifts to open on Christmas day. Unlike many other fundraisers, T4J is devoid of speeches and rubber chicken dinners and is fun event that gets better each year.
Saturday December 6th – RSVP Today HERE!
Check out last year’s video below and for more information about the event visit their website here.
Date/Time: Saturday, December 6th / 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Location: 200 Stuart Street
Donation: $35.00 charitable event donation upon registration & 3 toys