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Carnival is my favorite Ptown theme week and I love this year’s theme, Comic Book Capers.
Here is a glimpse of 2013 Provincetown’s Carnival celebrations.
Starting today, marks the second annual DADDYHUNT Week in Provincetown. Last year this newly minted theme week hosted a handful of events and this year the theme week returns with more opportunities to meet and mingle. According to the theme week website, this week is dedicated to gay men who are older and their admirers. As a 40-something I very much approve but will not have a chance to check out this relatively new theme week.
Are you going to Provincetown this week? Below I have included the list of official events for the second annual DADDYHUNT Week brought to you by the gay dating app, DADDYHUNT.com. Sun: Party at Purgatory starting at 10PM
Tues: Crew’s Quarters cocktails party 7-9PM (RSVP)
Wed: All Male Review at Paramount
Cruising at Vault 10PM
Thurs: Gifford House sing along w/ Doug Repetti
Meet Adam Russo and Cutler 8PM
Fri: Shipwreck Lounge 9-10PM
FK Sessions Fetish Party at Paramount 10PM
Sun: Pool Party & Porn Lube Wrestling at Crown & Anchor 12-3PM
For more information check out this newly minted Ptown theme week online at www.ptowndaddydays.com.
Olive Another is a talented performer who you may recognize from past Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust Orphans shows. Starting tomorrow night she will be performing her own one woman show, OLIVE ANOTHER—SHAKEN…NOT STIRRED.
Joined by the talented Billy Hough on the piano, Olive will be entertaining audiences at The Grotta Bar every Wednesday in August. Tomorrow night is opening night for Olive. If you are in Provincetown, check out this new show and let me know what you think. I think Olive is very funny.
Doors open at The Grotta Bar at 9:45. Tickets are $15 (cash only).
Liza Minnelli will not join Alan Cumming for their August 4 performance in Provincetown. According to the Crown & Anchor page, Ms. Minnelli is prohibited from traveling until she regains her health. Alan Cumming will perform his sold-out one man show and be accompanied by Emmy Award winning composer/pianist Lance Horne.
For details regarding new ticket pricing and refund options, contact the box office at 508-487-1430.
While in Provincetown this weekend, I kayaked out to Long Point Lighthouse. Long Point is the final tip of Cape Cod where the land curls back and creates a natural harbor for Provincetown. The Long Point Light House was built in 1827 and is a landmark you can see from shore as well as when arriving by ferry from Boston. The easiest way to visit Long Point is by taking a water taxi but kayaking is a lot of fun and despite some strong headwinds, I was able to make it there in less than an hour.
Kayaking proved to be a good work out and on the way I was able to view some of the impressive yachts moored in the harbor and catch some glimpses of the local wildlife, including a seal that watched me with curiosity for a good 3-4 minutes. I was ill equipped to snap photos but feel like I may be better prepared next time so I can hopefully share some of these experiences. Here are a few photos that I snapped with my phone of Long Point Lighthouse in Ptown.
Running thru August 30th performances happen each Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM. Yours truly along with a dozen friends are going to tonight’s performance.
If you happen to be in Ptown and are heading to the show, say hello.
Although many will stay in Provincetown through the weekend and parties will continue, Bear Week concludes Saturday morning so Friday night is the last hurrah for Bear Week 2014. Here are a couple of suggestions for the last night out.
There are more art galleries and unique shops and boutiques you could ever hope to walk through. Ptown is as pretty as a post card. Make sure you snap some of your own pictures to remind you how special Provincetown really is.
This party at the Town Hall auditorium includes special guest DJ/ Producer, John La Page, and VJ Tom Yaz and raises money for Ptown’s Fireman’s Association.
More information and tickets to the party can be purchased from the Crown & Anchor box office or online here.
While Bear Week isn’t over – the end is within sight so make the most of these last few days. Here are a few suggested activities you may want to consider for Thursday during Bear Week.
By Day: Bears on bikes from 9 AM – 12 PM. Bring your bicycle and meet at Gale Force Bikes for a 2 to 3 hour bike ride on the paved trails at the Cape Cod National Seashore. President Kennedy preserved the natural beauty by making this a national park and it is a beautiful bike ride.
By Night: Head over to the Crown & Anchor for Bearmania w/ Horse Meat Disco – doors open at 10PM.
Pre-sale tickets you can get from the link provided are cheaper than at the door and ensure you can attend the party if it sells out.
Note: Arrive early and grab a drink or two at the fun neighboring Wave Bar and catch a few videos while sipping a drink or two.
It is hump day tomorrow (not literally BTW). Here are some possible activities you may want to consider if you are in Provincetown for Bear Week.
The Deluca Gallery has an exhibit right now by Alexei Biryukoff that is worth seeing.
In addition to great music, later in the evening they host a contest to determine who has the best butt and the winner takes home $100 in cash. Someone can earn back a weeks worth of Tea Dance cover charges just by dropping their drawers.
Bear Week is in full swing and while there is plenty to do here are two suggestions you may want to consider on Tuesday.
By Day: Meet and hang out with the incredibly handsome Pennsylvania State Representative, Brian Sims who is hosting Afternoon of Beer and Bears from 2-4pm Details here, www.sims4pa-ptown.com.
I would be eternally grateful for anyone who can spot Brian shirtless and get a photo of him. Gawd knows I’ve scoured the Internet for such a photo but to no avail. Here are some favorite photos of Brian Sims.
By Night: Hot Sauce debut party in Provincetown at the Boatslip starts at 9PM.
The party features Rich Morel and DJ/host partner Bob Mould as well as Roddy Bottum of the bands Faith No More and Imperial Teen.
Bear Week registrants only pay $5 cover.
Tomorrow everyone who came to Ptown for the weekend will be gone but the celebrations for Bear Week will have barely started. Here are some suggestions you may want to consider if you are in Provincetown for Bear Week.
Head to the left from the beach house, and walk along the beach (or follow the path from bike parking area on road). Be sure to bring water, food and sun screen. There is a shuttle from town center or you can bike to beach. The beach is free for pedestrians and bicyclists but there is a charge for parking.
By Night: Kilt Bears Tea Dance from 4PM to 7PM at the Boatslip. Why not? This sounds like a blast and it makes me wish I was in Provincetown for all the fun. After Tea Dance ends, get tickets for the Well Strung 7:30 show at the Art House at 214 Commercial Street.