WORK HARD, PLAY HARD WEEKEND is back with Public Body’s Chad Flahive and special guest trainers as they take you through an awesome weekend of serious fitness sprinkled with some debauchery in Provincetown.
Learn more / Reserve Your Tickets Today
Space is limited so register to reserve your place. The total cost is $375.00 (including ferry) or $295.00 (non ferry option); lodging is not included. More details including a tentative itinerary is available on their eventbrite page here.
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If there is an LGBT program / group that you like in Boston, Provincetown or Ogunquit, ask them to add me to their media / mailing list. My email is, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are attending a program / party / event share your photos with me, and I’ll try to get them posted on BosGuy.com and Facebook.com/BosGuyBlog.
If you are involved with the LGBT community in Boston, Provincetown or Ogunquit and would like to write about something happening there, let me know. I’d be happy to talk to you about how we can work together.
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While summer in Provincetown may seem too far off to contemplate, the reality is that Ptown is a premiere LGBT destination for gay travelers all over the world and places are booking for some of Provincetown’s busiest weeks.
Independence 2015 – Tickets and Information for the Crown
Last week The Crown & Anchor started selling tickets for Independence 2015. Independence 2015 will run from July 2 – July 10, 2015 and the Crown has an incredible line up of award-winning DJs including Alain Jackinsky (JustCircuit’s DJ of the Year 2014), Ivan Gomez, Abel and many more. If the club scene isn’t your thing the Crown has lined up three live concerts with the original “Dream Girl” – Tony and Grammy award winning – Jennifer Holliday.
Edge Media is reporting that The Provincetown Cultural Council and the Town of Provincetown, is seeking expressions of interest from qualified artists to develop a site-specific Memorial commemorating the lives lost to AIDS in the Town of Provincetown, and the Town’s response to the AIDS crisis.
The deadline for the submission of expression of interest is May 1, 2015. Review by the PCC of the responses to this Request for Expressions of Interest will be followed by issuance of a formal Request for Proposals by the Town of Provincetown.
For more information, visit www.ProvincetownAIDSMemorial.org
Does the cold weather have you missing the summer? Perhaps you will be happy to read that Provincetown’s 15th annual Bear Week is in six months.
The fifteenth annual celebration begins on Saturday, July 12th so start saving your money and get on the phone to make your reservations, because this year’s celebrations are expected to draw even larger crowds.
2015 Bear Week in Provincetown
For those of you procrastinators still thinking about what you want to do on New Ýear’s Eve, I wanted to let you know about parties taking place in Boston, Provincetown and Ogunquit worth considering.
Boston Epic NYE & CC by Chris Harris & Rafael Sanchez with DJ Paulo will be open until 4:00 am at The House of Blues at 15 Lansdowne Street. More information about the party is on their Facebook Page: EPIC NYE. If interested, you can purchase tickets to the party here.
Club Café offers a different kind of NYE party starting with An Evening At The Bird Cage a show that features celebrity impersonation, comedy and vocals that starts at 8PM. Following the show, stick around and ring in the new year there. If this is more your speed get tickets today before it is sold out – HERE.
Ptown A-House & Paramount Both the A-House and Paramount at the Crown & Anchor are hosting big parties to ring in 2015. Parties in Ptown end a bit earlier at 2:00 AM. More information about their NYE parties can be found A-House and Paramount’s party Resolution.
Ogunquit Maine Street Has DJ Aga and DJ Ken spinning music until they close at 2:00 AM. Tickets for the party at Maine Street can be purchased in advance from their website for only $10 at www.mainestreetogunquit.com.
Have fun wherever you end up.
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.