Later this week, starting Friday, November 17 and running through Sunday, November 19 Provincetown plays host to the 5th annual Mr. New England Leather Weekend. The weekend includes a variety of events including a fetish film festival, BLUF Cigar Social and the weekend’s feature; the Mr. New England Leather contest where the 2018 titleholder will be chosen.
For a full list of events, visit their website, mrnewenglandleather.org.
Did you hear? Bay State Cruise Company, which is one of two companies that offer high-speed ferry service between Boston and Provincetown announced late last month that they would extend service through Sunday, November 5th.
From October 20 – November 5 Bay State Cruise Company will offer round trip service on Friday, Saturday and Sunday ($59 one way / $88 round trip). On Friday October 20, 27 and November 3 ferry service will leave Boston at 5:30 PM and return at 9:00 PM. On Saturday and Sunday October 21/22, 28/29 and November 4/5 ferry service will leave Boston at 8:30 AM and return to Boston at 4:30 PM. The extended service will give people visiting for Halloween (a post-season weekend that is always busy) more options getting to and from Ptown.
click on image below to enlarge the ferry schedule
For more information or to purchase tickets visit Bay State Cruise Co. online at, baystatecruisecompany.com.
On Thursday, Mates Leather Weekend in Provincetown starts and runs through the weekend. Below are some of the events you can expect to attend at this year’s Mates Leather Weekend.
Thursday, September 28th
Prime the Pump at Bayside Betsy’s
Bootcamp at A-House
Friday, September 29th
Waterfront cocktails at the Harbor Lounge
Welcome Reception at Purgatory
Uniforms and Cigars at Paramount
Saturday, September 30th
Leather Tea & Meet the Meat at the A-House
First Mate contest at Paramount
Sunday, October 1
Cookout and Tatto contest poolside at the Crown & Anchor
Fetish Party: Spandex/Lycra/Superhero at The Vault from
Rubber Ball & Closing Party at Purgatory
For more information about Mates Leather Weekend check out their website at matesleatherweekend.com.
Saturday’s annual White Party in Provincetown was masterfully captured by David Cox from Droning Provincetown.
More about Droning Provincetown here.
One year ago, during Ptown’s Carnival Parade our friend Kyle took this picture of Sergio and me on Commercial Street. Last year’s theme was the 1980s; not that you’d be able to tell from what we were wearing.
Below is a quick video I posted on Instagram of one of the 1980s themed house parties we attended before the parade.
Wes dressed as Batman for 2014 Carnival: Comic Book Capers
Tomorrow Sergio and I are heading out on the morning ferry to Provincetown. Although the theme week runs from Saturday to Saturday, the celebrations climax on Thursday as Commercial Street closes for people to show off their individual and group costumes — this is my favorite part of the week — followed by the annual parade.
This year’s theme is Gods & Goddesses.