Category Archives: Provincetown

What to do this week: December 28 – January 3

New Year's EveWhat to do this week: December 28th – January 3rd

Story Club Night is hosting their last event of 2015 tonight. Best story as voted by audience wins on Monday, December 28 at Milky Way Cafe in Boston

Coloring at Trident Cafe Holiday stress needs an outlet so come and grab a drink, something to eat, and color on Tuesday, December 29 in Boston

First Light is Provincetown’s celebration for the New Year and is worth checking out Wednesday, December 30 thru Friday, January 1 in Ptown

New Queer’s Eve is The Welcoming Committee’s official NYE party in Boston on Thursday, December 31 in Boston

NYE with Miss Fame at Ego will have you dancing all night to Richie LaDue’s music on Thursday, December 31 in Providence

MaineStreet NYE Party will be the place to go if you are in Maine for the holiday on Thursday, December 31 in Ogunquit

Boston’s First Night / First Day includes many free activities and events in the city Thursday, December 31 and Friday, January 1 in Boston

Underbear at the Pi Alley is hosting their first party of the New Year so head down to DTX on Saturday, January 2 in Boston

Back To Basics Tea Dance takes place each week at Club Cafe starting at 5PM on Sunday, January 3 in Boston

I’ve started posting a weekly listing of upcoming activities.  Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.

First Light: New Year’s Eve in Provincetown

Provincetown New Year's EveProvincetown is once again pulling out all the stops for New Years celebrations. It has been several years since Sergio and I have spent New Year’s Eve in Ptown, but it looks like the town is hoping that more people will come to ring in the New Year.  Visiting Provincetown off season can be amazing fun.  If you are still trying to figure out what to do for New Year’s Eve you might want to consider driving down to Ptown with someone special or a group of friends.

Celebrations will start on Wednesday, December 30th and run through Saturday, January 2nd. NYE parties are planned at places like the Crown & Anchor and AHouse and there will be plenty of events including shows from some of your favorite Ptown entertainers like Miss Richfield and Dina Martina as well as special events like the annual Polar Bear Plunge and Fireworks.

For more information visit, ptown.org/firstlight.

What to do this week: December 7 – 13

Santa Speedo RunWhat to do this week: December 7th – 13th

Royal Bingo with the Court takes place at Club Cafe with the Imperial Court of Massachusetts starting at 7PM on Monday, December 7 in Boston

Kook Toy Drive is hosted by Penny Champayne and starts at 10PM at The Grotto Bar on Tuesday, December 8 in Provincetown

Special Screening of The Danish Girl Boston’s 32nd Annual LGBT Film Festival presents a preview at 7PM on Wednesday, December 9 in Boston

Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights Enjoy a free evening celebrating Hanukkah at the MFA starting at 5PM on Wednesday, December 9 in Boston

Homes for the Holidays presentation of the 21st annual Peter Medoff Awards starting at 6PM at Club Cafe on Thursday, December 10 in Boston

Fenway Health Men’s Event Kickoff Party is a great opportunity to learn more about this event and to get involved on Thursday, December 10 in Boston

Toys for Joys 7th Annual party to collect toys for underprivileged kids is at the Revere Hotel from 7:30 – Midnight on Friday, December 11 in Boston

Tony Williams’ The Urban Nutcracker is Boston’s original holiday classic and back for its 15th season opening night is Friday, December 11 in Boston

FUZZ is a monthly party hosted at The Alley bar in Downtown Crossing starting at 10:00 PM on Friday, December 11 in Boston

SSR Run is also known as the Santa Speedo Run that takes place in Back Bay on Saturday afternoon, December 12 in Boston

Back To Basics Tea Dance takes place each week at Club Cafe starting at 5PM on Sunday, December 13 in Boston

I’ve started posting a weekly listing of upcoming activities.  Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.

What to do this week: November 30 – December 6

Temptation Tuesday, gay, shirtless, hunkWhat to do this week: November 30th – December 6th

Copley Square Tree Lighting starts at 5:00 PM and will be followed by a reception at 6:00 PM at Fairmont Copley Monday, November 30 in Boston

World AIDS Day takes place globally to raise awareness about AIDS and HIV – see what events are happening in your city Tuesday, December 1 – everywhere

AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibit and reception for World AIDS Day is from 5:30 – 7:30 on Tuesday, December 1 in Boston (on view thru Friday)

Weeknight Get Together with The Welcoming Committee is taking place at Meadhall in Kendall starting at 6:30PM Wednesday, December 2 in Cambridge

Little Orphan Tranny is this year’s holiday musical from Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust Orphans – it opens on Thursday, December 3 in Boston

The Slutcracker mixes the classic tale of The Nutcracker with R-rated burlesque – the 2015 season opens Friday, December 4 in Somerville

SoWa First Friday will have more than 60 artist studios open from 5-9PM at 450 Harrison Avenue in the South End, Friday, December 4 in Boston

Chrismukkah includes more than 50 artisans selling hand crafted goods (and goodies) in SoWa Friday, December 4 – Sunday, December 6 in Boston

Holly Folly is a 3-day holiday party that includes events like a Speedo run down Commercial Street Friday, December 4 – Sunday, December 6 in Provincetown

Guerilla Queer Bar The Welcoming Committee’s monthly take over of a traditionally straight bar is tonight Friday, December 4 in Boston

Hedda Lettuce Holiday Show is for one night only at Mainestreet starting at 8PM on Saturday, December 5 in Ogunquit

Back To Basics Tea Dance takes place each week at Club Cafe starting at 5PM on Sunday, December 6th in Boston

I’ve started posting a weekly listing of upcoming activities.  Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.

Holly Folly in Provincetown is Dec. 4-6

Holly Folly ProvincetownLater this week Provincetown pulls out all the stops for their annual 3-day holiday party a.k.a. Holly Folly. This year Holly Folly will host their first ever Santa Speedo Run, a 1 mile run down the center of town, with proceeds benefiting the Cape Cod Firefighter/EMS Cancer Relief Fund.

For a full list of events visit the official website, ptown.org/holly-folly.

Provincetown Men’s Weekend, Nov 6-8

bartenderFor those who cannot get enough of Provincetown, Men’s Weekend which starts this Friday is a good enough excuse to justify a drive down for a visit. The weekend starts with a 70’s themed disco party at Purgatory and includes an underwear party and leather party also hosted at  Purgatory on Saturday and Sunday.

Link here for more information about Ptown’s Men’s Weekend.

Drenched White and the Rugby Dwarves party

Rugby, Provincetown, HarborsideAre you heading to Provincetown for Halloween? You may want to consider popping over to the Harborside Lounge for the Boston Ironsides Rugby Football Club party.  The ruggers will be sharing their own twisted take on the classic fairy tale all to help raise money for their team Boston Ironsides RFC.

Join Daddy, Puppy, Slutty, Naughty, Shady, Cubby, Twinky, Kinky, Beefy, Spanky, Sticky and others for pre-tea cocktails and a lot of fun filled with rugby shenanigans, special cocktails, raffles, games and so much more.

Drenched White & the Rugby Dwarves
Saturday, October 31st from 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Harbor Lounge – 359 Commercial Street