Spring Flings

Spring always comes like the perfect gift to Cape Cod. Just when you can’t take anymore dreariness, there’s that blue sky, 69 degree day—warm sunny perfection. It’s always great to get outside and make the most out of spring! This time of year, it’s not just the plants and trees and birds that emerge from their winter choked slumber. Everyone here on Cape Cod is just bursting at the seams to get going again and the social calendar picks up the pace. Here are some fun things happening around us over the next couple weeks:

 

Native life in the Province Lands


If you’re looking for a leisurely opportunity to explore and learn more about Cape Cod then clear your schedule for Monday, May 21st. Both the Provincetown and Harwich Conservation Trusts have sponsored a leisurely walk through the Province Lands with two tour guide: 12th generation Cape Codder Todd Kelley and Wampanoag/Nipmuc Marcus Hendricks. The two will provide both cultural and historical information about Native life on Cape Cod from before European contact through early settlement. And if you haven’t seen the beautiful Province Lands of Provincetown, they are a treat. For more information, click here.

Put Your Dancing Shoes (or Boots) On!

The Chowder & Chili Barn dance is coming up at 6:30PM on Friday, May 25th at the Hawthorn Barn. The Four Bridges Band out of Middleboro, MA will provide a mix of original bluegrass tunes and covers while The Lobster Pot dishes out chowder, chili and cornbread. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased here.

 

Provincetown Memorial Day Weekend

From Thursday, May 24th to Monday the 28th Provincetown will be full of activities with a full slate of parties geared specifically towards women!!!  Dance parties and a boat cruise…yes please!  On Thursday from 7-10PM there’s a social meet-and-greet going on at the Harbor Lounge359 Commercial Street will kick off the week-end.  For more details on the festivities contact Provincetown for Women and Lesbian Night Life.  If you want to avoid the craziness on Commercial Street, head on over to our sister property the Brass Key and their Shipwreck Lounge for Sanctuary at the Shipwreck where there is never a cover all weekend long.

 

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