Shows, concerts, plays in Provincetown and more starting February 3
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Thursday February 3
Thursday night at the cinema: 7:30 p.m. on February 3, the school, 494 Commercial Street, Provincetown. To free. For information: https://womr.org. With “Metropolis” (1926). Directed by Fritz Lang. With Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Gustav Frolich and Brigette Helm.
Friday February 4
Zoom discussion on the 2022 Reading Challenge: 10am-11am on February 4 on Zoom and at the Provincetown Public Library. For a Zoom invite: [email protected] Join other Reading Challenge 2022 members and discuss reading choices and challenge progress virtually or in person.
Saturday February 5
Valentine’s Day Card Making Workshop10 a.m. to noon Feb. 5, Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main St. Cost: $30. To register: https://bit.ly/3I8mPLc. Starting with the simple and universal image of a heart, the group will explore monotype techniques in this Valentine’s Day card-making workshop. Participants will leave with cards to send to their loved ones. No experience necessary.
Virtual Forum on Massachusetts Common Boot Legislation: Understanding Its Impact on Cape Cod Families and Providers: 10am-11.30am on February 5. To RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/Common-Start-Forum. The League of Women Voters of the Cape Cod Region and the Cape Town and Islands Chapter of the Common Start Coalition will host a virtual forum to understand the importance and funding of the Common Start Bill, https://commonstartma.org/bill . This bill addresses historic challenges in the delivery of child care and early learning. The forum will be offered in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Pajama party with straight jacket: 9-11 p.m. February 5, Cshore, 554 Route 6, Wellfleet. For information: https://www.cshorewellfleet.com.
Tuesday February 8
Virtual Artist Interview with Andrea Pluhar: 5 p.m. on February 8. For information: https://wellfleetpreservationhall.org. Join on Zoom for a conversation with Wellfleet Preservation Hall featured artist Andrea Pluhar, who will be interviewed by local artist Connie Saems.
Wednesday February 9
Think Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt: 4-5pm February 9, Truro Public Library, 7 Standish Way, North Truro. For information: https://trurolibrary.org. The subject will focus on the biological control of pests and diseases. In this course, the group will delve into the most important concept of biological pest and disease control, prevention. The group will discuss common and rare pest and disease problems on Cape Town and elsewhere. Participants will learn about pest identification, integrated pest management (IPM) and biological tools to combat these challenges when they come to the garden.
“It’s a Love” with Barbara Ann Kearney: 5 p.m. on February 9 online. To free. To register: https://bit.ly/3KbXhis. Attendees will hear local poets read their work.
Free movie nights: “The Way We Were”: 5:30 p.m. February 9, Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street. For information: https://www.provincetownlibrary.org. Before World War II, McCarthyism, a diametrically opposed couple come together to discover that true friendship and physical attraction are not enough to overcome society’s core beliefs.
Author interview with Hayden Herrera: 6 p.m. on February 19 on Zoom. Cost: suggested donation of $10. For information: https://www.castlehill.org. Join the Truro Center for the Arts in Castle Hill for a series of thought-provoking and entertaining discussions with some of today’s most talented and creative authors. In a series of hour-long live events, host Karen Dukess, author of “The Last Book Party,” will interview acclaimed, emerging, and award-winning fiction and non-fiction authors about their new books and their ways. of publication. The conversation will focus on Hayden Herrera’s book “Upper Bohemia”.
Thursday February 10
Thursday night at the cinema: 7:30 p.m. on February 10, The Schoolhouse, 494 Commercial St., Provincetown. To free. For information: https://womr.org. With “Rain” (1932). Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Joan Crawford and Walter Huston.
Saturday February 12
half a mind: 9 p.m.-11 p.m. February 12, Cshore, 554 Route 6, Wellfleet. For information: https://www.cshorewellfleet.com.
Wednesday February 16
Think Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt: 4-5 p.m. February 16, Truro Public Library, 7 Standish Way, North Truro. For information: https://trurolibrary.org. The subject will be “Beyond organic”. In the final course in the series, DeWitt will introduce more advanced production methods. For the home gardener, he will discuss biodynamic and regenerative agriculture and Korean natural agriculture, production models that go beyond gardening. and conventional organic farming.
Free movie nights: “Once”: 5:30 p.m. February 16, Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street. For information: https://www.provincetownlibrary.org. A modern musical about a busker and an immigrant and their eventful week in Dublin, as they write, rehearse and record songs that tell their love story.
Thursday February 17
Thursday night at the cinema: 7:30 p.m. February 17, The Schoolhouse, 494 Commercial St., Provincetown. To free. For information: https://womr.org. With “Nosferatu” (1922), 100th anniversary. Directed by FW Murnau. With Max Schreck with Fred Magee on keyboard.
Tuesday February 22
A writing garden with Indira Ganesan: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. from February 22 to 24, Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main St. Cost: $225. For information: https://wellfleetpreservationhall.org. Explore the possibilities of creating a writing practice. In this course, the class will use prompts to create short writing exercises. By sharing the rough work with each other, the class will begin working with these beginnings, weeding and cultivating to create the beginnings of short stories or essays. The class will let them grow and discover those with whom they want to work, to accompany them until their full growth. The class will also read short published works to further inspire creative work.
Provincetown Book Discussion Group: 5:30 p.m. Feb. 22 on Zoom and at the Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial St. To RSVP: [email protected] Read and discuss a different book each month. This month’s selection of books is “The Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov. Copies of the February book are available in the reservations section of the library.
Wednesday February 23
Free movie nights: “La La Land”: 5:30 p.m. February 23, Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street. For information: https://www.provincetownlibrary.org. As they navigate their careers in Los Angeles, a pianist and an actress fall in love while trying to reconcile their aspirations for the future.
Thursday February 24
Thursday night at the cinema: 7:30 p.m. on February 24 at the school, 494 Commercial Street, Provincetown. To free. For information: https://womr.org. With “M” (1931). Directed by Fritz Lang. With Peter Lorré.
Provincetown Film Society Annual Winter Auction: online until February 13. For more information: www.biddingforgood.com/ptownfilm. All proceeds will go to the Provincetown Film Society and this year will have a new feature: one-on-one zoom meetings with filmmakers, including Producer Christine Vachon, Producer Amy Hobby, Casting Director Ann Goulder, Production Designer Judy Becker and editor Michael Taylor.
“A Walk in Her Shoes: A Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Harriet Tubman”: virtual projection. Cost: $5.99 for a 48 hour viewing window. Broadcast link: https://www.wellfleetpreservationhall.org. In a quest to overcome one of the greatest obstacles of her life, personal trainer and author Metra Lundy simulates a walk to freedom by retracing the steps of Harriet Tubman from Maryland to Canada. The film documents the 695-mile route Tubman took in the 1880s.
Winter Wednesdays: Monday to Thursday from February 7 to March 24 on Zoom and at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays at 12 Winslow St., Provincetown. To free. For information: https://www.winterwednesdays.org. Winter Wednesdays is a community program offering dynamic classes to the Cape Cod community. Most classes will operate in a virtual format using Zoom and some classes will be available in person. All attendees must provide proof of vaccinations, social distancing, and abide by the school’s mask mandate when showing up in person.
“Friends”: 6-9pm Mondays at Tin Pan Alley, 269 Commercial St., Provincetown. A weekly evening of piano and vocal entertainment with Jim Brosseau and Friends. In addition to Brosseau on piano, Friends nights feature a variety of singers sharing their interpretations of pop, jazz, Broadway and an array of favorite songs from the American Songbook.
“Citizenship in the 21st Century” with David McGlothlin: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays of the month, January 13 to March 24, Truro Public Library, 7 Standish Way, North Truro. To register, call 508-487-1125. Over the course of six 90-minute sessions, the group will briefly revisit the formation of government, then delve deeper into fundamental principles regarding rights and responsibilities as citizens and the democratic principles that serve as the cornerstone of government. There will be short readings with discussion and guest speakers depending on their availability. This series will be led by David McGlothlin, a 33-year veteran social studies teacher at Provincetown IB schools.
Cap Noir Radio Theater: 8:30 p.m.-9 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays until April 28, 2022. For information: https://facebook.com/excitement4yourEars. Original stories, unique adaptations and a bit of the unexpected mixed with mystery, suspense, thrills, adventure, even the supernatural. In collaboration with WOMR.
Yoga with Jen Shannon: 9am-10am Tuesdays, Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main St. For information: https://wellfleetpreservationhall.org. To register: text 508-367-7101. All levels are welcome. Registration required. No appointment.
Book recyclingTuesdays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to noon, drop-off at Wellfleet Transfer Station, 370 Coles Neck Road. For information: https://bit.ly/3ykrAh8. The Friends of Wellfleet Library accept used hardback and paperback books in good to excellent condition, which they can sell at their Summer Book Sales and Sales Shelf at the Library. They do not accept dictionaries, encyclopedias, magazines, journals, textbooks, test preparation manuals, or travel guides.
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