Women’s Week 2019 – 35th Anniversary Schedule

This year’s Women’s Week schedule is now final!  See below for all the amazing events we have planned!  

The annual Women’s Week Community Dinner, hosted by The Women Innkeepers of Provincetown – the founders and co-hosts of Women’s Week – will be held on Tuesday, October 15 at 6PM.  This event will sell out. 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2019

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM, Noon, 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4:30PM |  Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

8PM |  WayDownTown Presents Chely Wright in Concert!
2 Winslow St. Fishermans Hall (Provincetown High School Theater)
Tickets: $35, $40, or $50 VIP tickets w/ Meet & Greet and complimentary food. Get tickets!
Award-winning, singer/songwriter, author, and activist, Chely Wright’s heroic personal and creative journey has inspired millions. Don’t miss her Provincetown debut!

8PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30 Get tickets here!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

9:30PM | The Walrus and the Carpenter
WayDownTown 265 Commercial Street • No Cover
Amazing band from Cape Cod big on Rock ‘n’ Roll as well as originals.

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

 

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

8-9AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15  Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in

10-11AM | Yoga For YOU!
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10AM, Noon, 1:30 & 3:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

11AM – 1PM | Meet Women’s Week Program Cover Artist
Women’s Week Headquarters, 256 Commercial Street
Stop by to meet Andrea Sawyer, whose painting is on the cover of this year’s book. Have her sign your program, T-shirt, or a 2020 calendar of her Provincetown paintings!

11-3PM | Wampanoag Cultural Day
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Food and crafts vendors.  Demonstrations and performances.  All included with museum admission.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets here!
Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is baaaaack!

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite.  Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts.

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5:30PM | Screening of the 1922’s silent film “Grandma’s Boy” accompanied by live organ!
UU Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • Suggested donation: $10
Screening of the 1922’s classic silent film starring Harold Lloyd, accompanied live by Peter Krasinski on the Historic Holbrook 1850 Tracker Organ. Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer. Also starring Mildred Davis, Anna Townsend, Charles Stevenson.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Buy tickets here!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss

7PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Buy tickets here!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Illusions Drag Revue
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9:30PM | Sarah Burrill Band Rock ‘n’ Blues Live
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
Dance the night away with nationally acclaimed recording artist.

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM, Noon, 1:30 & 3:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11:15AM | Hot Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

11AM – 1PM | Meet Women’s Week Program Cover Artist
Women’s Week Headquarters, 256 Commercial Street
Stop by to meet Andrea Sawyer, whose painting is on the cover of this year’s book. Have her sign your program, T-shirt, or a 2020 calendar of her Provincetown paintings!

12-6PM | Community Acupuncture with Jenn
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road. • $ Sliding scale  Call 774-722-3700 to register, or walk-in.
An Asian tradition where several patients receive acupuncture in the same room at the same time!

12-1:30PM | Crone’s Brown Bag Series: Old Dykes and Allies with Herstory 
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Hear the stories of being “Out” in the early days of Provincetown.

12-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Buy tickets!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts.

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Buy tickets here!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

7PM | Zoe Lewis and Crys Matthews Together!
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $30  Buy tickets!
share the stage with this amazing artist! Having been compared to everyone from Toshi Reagon to Tracy Chapman to Ruthie Foster, Crys combines Americana, folk, jazz, blues, bluegrass and funk into a bold, complex performance. Don’t miss!

7PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!

7PM | Lip-Schtick starring Scarbie  
UU Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • $20
One boy’s Journey to Fabulous and Back

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Get tickets here!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy how
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9:30PM | Fuckery! Contemporary R&B
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
This very smooth band will encourage you to bring your dancing shoes. Been written up in all the papers lately.

10PM | Qya Cristál
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
The fabulous Qya Cristál is bringing her signature brand of glamour to The Club, blending classic jazz standards like ‘At Last’, with more contemporary hits like ‘Crazy In Love’. Do not miss an intimate performance with our favorite new late-night chanteuse.

 

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MONDAY, October 14, 2019  

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

8:30-9:30AM | Women’s 12 Step Recovery Meeting
United Methodist Church, 20 Shankpainter Road
BYOC(coffee) Sponsored by Womencrafts

9AM | Annual Golf Outing
Chequessett Yacht and Country Club, Wellfleet • $125 includes green fees, golf cart, and lunch; $100 for Chequessett Club members  Reserve your space now!
The Columbus Day Golf Outing is like no other. Start your day with other Women’s Week participants and coffee, then on to a shotgun start for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Festivities, a cash bar and plenty of prizes!

10-Noon| Ptown Real Estate Drop-in
Oceanview Realty, 146 Commercial Street • Free event
Stop by for a coffee and talk to Pam. Or, call her anytime at (508)246-3622. You’ll love her!

10AM, Noon, 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

11AM – 1PM | Meet Women’s Week Program Cover Artist
Women’s Week Headquarters, 256 Commercial Street
Stop by to meet Andrea Sawyer, whose painting is on the cover of this year’s book. Have her sign your program, T-shirt, or a 2020 calendar of her Provincetown paintings!

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12-1:30PM | Crone’s Brown Bag Series: How to do Stand Up Comedy with Poppy Champlin
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Come learn the ins and outs of the art of funny.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1:30PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins  
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

2PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets here!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts.

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Virginia Wolf meets fellow author Vita Sackville-West in London in the 1920s. Despite both of them being married, they embark on an affair that later inspires one of Virginia’s novels. Directed by Chanya Button. (Not Rated, 110 min)

5PM | Zoe Lewis and Crys Matthews Together!
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $30  Buy tickets!
share the stage with this amazing artist! Having been compared to everyone from Toshi Reagon to Tracy Chapman to Ruthie Foster, Crys combines Americana, folk, jazz, blues, bluegrass and funk into a bold, complex performance. Don’t miss!

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets here!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

6:30PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: Women’s Week Short Film Program
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Top picks from our 2019 PIFF Women‘s Queer Shorts Program. Programmed by Valérie Déus.

7:30PM | Jackie Monahan in “These Lips”

Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia.

8-10 PM | Women’s Week Opening Party
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • Free event
Start the week off by gathering with women who have come to share the week! Complimentary Appetizer. Cash Bar. Listen to WDT’s favorite DJ, Leah V.

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Buy tickets here!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

 

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

8:30-9:30AM | Women’s 12 Step Recovery Meeting
United Methodist Church, 20 Shankpainter Road
BYOC(coffee) Sponsored by Womencrafts

9:30-11AM | Historic Women’s Walking Tour
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road • $20  Sign up online or purchase at front desk
Take a stroll through the Town while hearing the stories of women’s lives and how they shaped Provincetown.

10AM, Noon, 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11:AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10:30-noon | Creating Your Best Life Workshop
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • Free
A Goal Setting Workshop facilitated by Lulu Lemon and Yoga East

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12–1:30PM | At Your Cervix: How to be Your Own Breast Friend
Gabriel’s, 102 Bradford Street • Donations gratefully accepted at the door
Robin Burdulis will cover women’s health issues including breast self-exams, demystifying the pelvic exam and what to look for in a good health care provider.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier |  $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1:30PM | Film Screening – Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins  
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

2-7:30PM | The Lesbian Drop In Center: Living Herstory Art Installation of Lesbian Culture
The Commons, 47 Bradford Street (w/ accessibility ramp) • Free events
Join us to make herstory at 2pm: Herstorical Lesbian Theatre with Sharon Raphael and Jenny Wrenn | 3pm: Erotica Stories, with Jenny Wrenn | 4pm: Movement and Dance with Constance Clare-Newman | 5pm: for Live Music by Out Late and 6pm: a REAL Lesbian Rap Group. (See full listing details in the calendar below.) FREE and open to all. Come play with us!
Sponsored and presented by Janis Sommers Twenty-First Century Health & Massage. (774)-722-9717

2PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

2-3:30PM | In Conversation with Pamela Means
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Pamela Means will discuss activism in song with an in-depth look at the process and inspiration of composing songs with a message especially as a bi-racial performer working in a contemporary climate of polarization.  This is a special presentation and not to be missed!

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts. 

3PM | Champagne Afternoon Tea
Purple Feather, 334 Commercial Street • $30 in advance; $35 day of
A quintessential English afternoon tea, with a Purple Feather Flair. Enjoy Hot Teatime with Scones, cakes and savory bites served with your choice of tea and finish with a glass of bubbles. Other cocktails & wine are available. Seating is limited; call 508-487-9100 to reserve your space now.

3-5:30PM | Jo Hay Artist Opening and Pre-Community Dinner Reception
The Commons,  46 Bradford Street • Free event
Join us for wine & bites and view a series of incredible portrait paintings of trailblazing women in pursuit of justice and equality by acclaimed artist Jo Hay. Including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi, Megan Rapinoe, Greta Thunberg, Christine Blasey-Ford, Rachel Maddow, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Emma Gonzales. Prints of these amazing paintings will be available for sale.

3-5PM | Food As Medicine Workshop
UU Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • $25 Register at yogaptown.com
Increase your food IQ with Lawrence Crisaro (Paleo Teacher) and Alison Dwyer, holistic NP & nutrition consultant. Includes tasty snacks!

4PM | Film Screening: Clambake
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts an historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. Directed by Andrea Meyerson.

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4:30PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia 
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Virginia Wolf meets fellow author Vita Sackville-West in London in the 1920s. Despite both of them being married, they embark on an affair that later inspires one of Virginia’s novels. Directed by Chanya Button. (Not Rated, 110 min)

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6-9PM | The Annual Community Dinner & Performers Showcase presented by The Women Innkeepers of Provincetown
Provincetown Inn, 1 Commercial Street • $59 General Seating/$85 Preferred Seating  SOLD OUT

6:30PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes 
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min) Directed by Megan Rossman

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

7-12PM | DJ LEAH V.
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
DJ LEAH V. will be  making you Jump, Dance & Sing the night away. See Ya!

7:30-9:30PM | Wild Women Dance Yoga Fusion Party!

Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $10-$15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.
Music, yoga, dance, body art, singing and drumming.

7:30PM | Jackie Monahan in “These Lips”

Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | Community Dinner After-Party
WayDowntown, 256 Commercial Street • Free event
After the community dinner head to Waydowntown and listen to Corday as she rocks the house!

 

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15  Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

8:30-9:30AM | Women’s 12 Step Recovery Meeting
United Methodist Church, 20 Shankpainter Road
BYOC (coffee) Sponsored by Womencrafts

10-Noon| Ptown Real Estate Drop-in
Oceanview Realty, 146 Commercial Street • Free event
Stop by for a coffee and talk to Pam. Or, call her anytime at (508)246-3622. You’ll love her!

10AM & 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10AM-1PM | Women’s Week Anthem Songwriting Workshop
WOMR Radio Station Office, 494 Commercial Street •  $40
You can write a song. In fact, you can write an anthem – for Women’s Week! I will show you how! You don’t have to be a musician or a writer. We’ll write. We’ll sing. We’ll have lunch. Come on!
Reservations: BrownPaperTickets.com  1-800-838-3006  More info: cris@criswilliamson.com or criswilliamson.com

10-11AM | Bold Strokes Books Author Panel Discussion and Q & A: Happily Ever After FTW
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Carsen Taite, Authors: Georgia Beers, Melissa Brayden, Maggie Cummings, Erin Dutton, Kimberly Cooper Griffin, Aurora Rey

10:30-noon | 2020 Vision Workshop
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street
 • Free event
Come learn how to use the magic of your own Neuroscience to achieve your dreams in 2020!
Presented by Lulu Lemon, Inner Guru Coaching & Yoga East!

11AM-Noon | Cannabis Author Book Signing and Q&A
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street • Free event
Curious about cannabis and CBD? Anna May Meade author of Cannabis: A Big Sisters Guide is here to help.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

11:30AM-12:30PM | Bold Strokes Books: Brown Bag Author Chat
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
BYO Lunch and join authors Dena Blake, Kris Bryant, and Fiona Riley for lively conversation and a chance to win prizes.

12-1:30PM | Crone’s Brown Bag Series: Women and Politics
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
What the Heck is Going On?  Hear from women who are on the front lines and behind the scenes on the local, state and national levels.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-3PM | Lesbo Bingo!
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 in advance Get tickets!
Laugh and Dab your way to fabulous prizes!  This event sold out last year and will sell out again.

1PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Love at First Sight
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Melissa Brayden, Authors: Georgia Beers, Kris Bryant Robyn Nyx, CA Popovich, Fiona Riley, Shelley Thrasher

1:30-3PM | Romance Inside the Covers: Readings and Q & A
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street, Downstairs • Free event
Come hear best-selling romance authors Lynn Ames, Marianne K. Martin, Jenn Alexander, and Rachel Spangler, regale you with stories of love and longing.

1:30PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min) Directed by Megan Rossman

2-3PM | Herstorical Lesbian Theatre w/ Sharon Raphael & Jenny Wrenn
The Commons, 46 Bradford Street • Free – Part of The Lesbian Drop-In Center Programming
“When We Were Brave: A Readers Theater, Sharon Raphael, Author: ‘Coming Out: The Emergence of the Movement Lesbian, with Jenny Wren and readers from the audience. A Re-creation of an herstorical rap group of Lesbians that took place in 1972 at America’s first “Gay” Women’s Service Center in Los Angeles using the actual transcript of the women’s words. Dr. Raphael, the first Lesbian Sociologist to research Lesbian Culture, and Jenny Wrenn, Project Manager, artist writer, and photographer will host a discussion following the reading.

2PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Edge of Your Seat 
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: M. Ullrich, Authors: Eden Darry, CF Frizzell, Laydin Michaels, Radclyffe, Renee Roman, Carsen Taite

2PM | Foxy Merkins Film
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $15  Buy tickets!
A lesbian (Lisa Haas), who is new to prostitution, and a beautiful grifter (Jackie Monahan) who is expert at picking up women wade through the sexual needs and fetishes of their clients. Presented by Jackie Monahan.

2PM | Film Screening: Women’s Week Short Film Program
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Top picks from our 2019 PIFF Women‘s Queer Shorts Program. Programmed by Valérie Déus.

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts.

3-4PM | Erotica Stories w/ Jenny Wrenn 
The Commons, 46 Bradford Street • Free – Part of The Lesbian Drop-In Center Programming
The Lesbian Erotica Stories of Fiona Flanner Pseydonym of Jenny Wrenn, read by Jenny Wrenn. These stories appeared in ‘Those Parlor Girls’, published by Purple Clothespin Publishing- the publisher of both her Erotica books and Dr. Raphaels’s ‘Coming Out: The Emergence of the Movement Lesbian. Discussion to follow.

Poppy Champlin’s Students in Concert
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Come support these up and coming comics. A Crone Series event.

3-4:30PM | Partner Yoga 
Yoga East
43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.
No Experience Necessary! Bring your love or a friend!

3PM-6PM | Lea DeLaria and Maggie Cassella’s Women’s Week Wild Wednesday Welcome Party
The Club, 193 Commercial Street

3-4PM | Bold Strokes Books Authors Signing
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Georgia Beers, Dena Blake, Melissa Brayden, Kris Bryant, Maggie Cummings, Eden Darry, Erin Dutton, CF Frizzell, Laydin Michaels, Robyn Nyx, CA Popovich, Radclyffe, Aurora Rey, Fiona Riley, Renee Roman, Carsen Taite, Shelley Thrasher

3-4PM | Book signing: Lynn Ames & Bywater Books
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street • Free event
Meet powerhouse authors Rachel Spangler, Lynn Ames, and Marianne K. Martin.

4-4:45PM | Movement and Dance w/ Constance Clare-Newman
The Commons, 46 Bradford Street • Free – Part of The Lesbian Drop-In Center Programming
The Woman Whose Head is on Fire a solo performance of dance movement by Constance Clare-Newman to the work of Lesbian Poet, Activist and Scholar, Judy Grahn, followed with group movement exercise (play) for the women who want to participate. Constance teaches Embody Wholeness with the Alexander Technique.

4PM | Zoe Lewis “Music Like a Map”
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
World-beat grooves, songs and stories of slow boats to China, Bollywood dreams and elephant orchestras performed on anything from the piano to the spoons! Get ready for a global musical adventure from this award winning troubadour!

4PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4PM | Film Screening: Clambake
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts an historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. Directed by Andrea Meyerson.

4:30PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

4:30 PM | Melissa Crispo in Concert
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
Singer-songwriter, Melissa Crispo knew from the age of five that she wanted to be a musician. She was already singing into her hairbrush after all. S.S.A’s 2017 Songwriter of the year, Crispo has opened for acts such as Styx, Sophie B. Hawkins & Jefferson Starship; but it was performing on all three Melissa Etheridge Cruises that significantly influenced her career.

5-6PM | Live Music by Out Late
The Commons, 46 Bradford Street • Free – Part of The Lesbian Drop-In Center Programming
Out Late with Diana and Melody musical performance by Diana Di Giioia and Melody Masi, two Cape Cod womyn creating original Lesbian flavored Rock ‘n’ Roll, Blues, Rap, Funk, Folk with acoustic guitar, vocals and humor. We will PASS THE BASKET for donations for this event. This is a Brown Bag Dinner.

5PM | Single’s Meet Up
Provincetown Brewing Company, 141 Bradford Street

5:30PM | Women’s Week 35th Anniversary Clambake
Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $75  Buy tickets!
Women’s Week began 35 years ago as a clambake on the beach. Please join us to honor some of the original founders of Women’s Week as we flashback to the event that started it all! Our signature Cape Cod Clambake takes place on the tented, harbor front pool deck of the Crown & Anchor. Choose an entree of Lobster, Steak or Chicken. Each comes with clam chowder, traditional Clambake fixings; clams, mussels, potatoes, sausage & corn-on-the-cob, plus cornbread. There’ll also be delicious dessert, too. Your choice of an ABSOLUT cocktail, wine, beer or soda is included. Price includes tax & gratuity. End the evening beside one of our fire pits. Raffle prizes and surprise guests!

5:30-6:30PM | Her Story: Shifting The Cultural Narrative Panel Discussion
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • Free event
Join us for an important conversation about the ways in which women document, rewrite, preserve, and shift the cultural narrative one story at a time. With THE ARCHIVETTES director Megan Rossman and Andrea Meyerson of CLAMBAKE, among others.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!

6PM | A REAL Lesbian Rap Group 
The Commons, 46 Bradford Street • Free – Part of The Lesbian Drop-In Center Programming

6-8PM | Writers Voice Café Presents “Feminism Changed My Life”
Marc Jacob’s Reading Room, Provincetown Public Library • Free will donation
Host Michele Axelson, owner of Provincetown’s Womencrafts store, will lead everyone in a conversation of what feminism means to us and how it changed our lives. Please come with your stories to share. Coffee tea and snacks will be served. Everyone is welcome!

6PM | Lisa Koch in “Two Heads Are Better Than Nun”
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Daft. Demented. #SNORT. Picture Tina Fey meets Bette Midler with Joan Jett guitar chops. Absurd songs, demented nuns, and singing vulvas.

6:30PM | Film Screening – Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins 
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

7PM | All New Chocolate & Wine Pairing
Purple Feather, 334 Commercial Street • $35 in advance; $40 day of
Purple Feather in collaboration with “Chocolatasm” presents a fully guided tasting of 6 wines and 6 handcrafted chocolate pairings. Delicious, informative, indulge your senses. Seating is limited, call 508-487-9100 to reserve your space now. Check out this video.

7PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Virginia Wolf meets fellow author Vita Sackville-West in London in the 1920s. Despite both of them being married, they embark on an affair that later inspires one of Virginia’s novels. Directed by Chanya Button. (Not Rated, 110 min)

7:30PM | Jackie Monahan in “These Lips”

Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia.

7:30PM | Judy Gold
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Riotously Funny…” – The Hollywood Reporter

7:30PM | Wrinkles, the Musical, Preview Performance
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Old Rte 6 Rd, Wellfleet • $25-$40 (student and senior discounts available) Get tickets!
A musical about a group of older women from diverse backgrounds share their stories, joys, sadness, strengths, weaknesses and a joint, as they come together to create an original musical review for their retirement community. Book and lyrics by Naomi Turner & Wilderness Sarchild, runs October 18-27. “We’re not growing older, we’re growing bolder”.

8:30PM | Women’s Week “IDOL” 1st Show SOLD OUT
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 General Admission/$35 VIP preferred seating
Sold out shows every year! Come to perform or just to watch one of the funniest shows you’ve ever seen. Hosted by a panel of hilarious celebrity judges! For your shot at stardom and a cash prize arrive at 7:30PM if you want to perform.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

 

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7-10AM | Hike to the Historic Dune Shacks
Meet at the base of Snail Trail of of Route 6 at Snail Road • $10  Register at yogaptown.com or on site

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

8-10AM | Kay Halle’s Fun Run CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
Veteran’s Memorial Community Center, 2 Mayflower St (off Winslow St) • Free
More than 17 years ago, Kay Halle, a Woman Innkeeper and avid runner, started the Fun Run, a 3K run or 1.5k walk around Ptown. We continue the tradition today, meeting for a run — we’ll supply the maps — and be treated afterward to breakfast at the Council on Aging. It’s a community event to celebrate life.

8:30-9:30AM | Women’s 12 Step Recovery Meeting
United Methodist Church, 20 Shankpainter Road
BYOC (coffee) Sponsored by Womencrafts

9:30-11AM | All-Women’s Dune Tour CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
Reserve now for a special 90-minute, just-us-women, chartered 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore. $49

9:30-11AM | Historic Women’s Walking Tour
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road • $20  Sign up online or purchase at front desk
Take a stroll through the Town while hearing the stories of women’s lives and how they shaped Provincetown.

9:30-11AM | Napi’s Breakfast Club Reading
Napi’s Restaurant upstairs, 7 Freeman Street • Free event
Bring your own breakfast or coffee and join wonderful authors Lynn Ames, Georgia Beers, Marianne K. Martin, Melissa Brayden, Rachel Spangler, and Carsen Taite for some romance and laughs as they read from their latest works.

10-Noon| Ptown Real Estate Drop-in
Oceanview Realty, 146 Commercial Street • Free event
Stop by for a coffee and talk to Pam. Or, call her anytime at (508)246-3622. You’ll love her!

10AM & 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

11AM – 1PM | Meet Women’s Week Program Cover Artist
Women’s Week Headquarters, 256 Commercial Street
Stop by to meet Andrea Sawyer, whose painting is on the cover of this year’s book. Have her sign your program, T-shirt, or a 2020 calendar of her Provincetown paintings!

10-11AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10-11AM | Bold Strokes Books Author Panel Discussion and Q & A: A Day in the Life/Inside the Writer’s Studio
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Aurora Rey, Authors: Dena Blake, CA Popovich, Renee Roman, TJ Thomas, Shelley Thrasher, Erin Zak

10:30-11:30AM | Workshop: What Women Need to Know When Purchasing Fine Jewelry, Especially Diamonds
Christof’s Fine Jewelry, 241 Commercial Street • Free event
Space limited to 15 participants; email
This workshop is a unique and rare opportunity designed to give women the basics in what to look for and what to be aware of when purchasing fine jewelry, especially diamonds and gemstones. The proprietor of Christof’s, a trusted Provincetown woman-owned jewelry and fine art business for 19 years, will provide basic insider information on the overall jewelry industry which will give women the skill set they need to discern if what they are considering purchasing is, in fact, worth the cost on the price tag.  You’ll learn about gold content, see what a flawless stone is, what a legitimate certification should look like, among other things! You’ll come away with the knowledge to understand what you’re getting. The guiding motto to keep in mind when considering any purchase of this nature is “Buyer Beware”, and she will explain exactly why.
11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

11:30AM-12:30PM | Bold Strokes Books: Brown Bag Author Chat
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street  • Free event
BYO Lunch and join authors Erin Dutton, Aurora Rey, and Carsen Taite for lively conversation and a chance to win prizes.

11:30-12:30PM | Book signing: Lynn Ames & Bywater Books
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street • Free event
Meet popular authors Rachel Spangler, Marianne K. Martin, Lynn Ames, and Georgia Beers.

12-1PM | The Annual Football Game hosted by Jennie McNulty
Motta Field on Winslow Street, (behind the Monument) • Free event
Join Jennie and other Women’s Week celebs for this annual fun and frolicking game!

12PM | Melissa Crispo in Concert
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
Singer-songwriter, Melissa Crispo knew from the age of five that she wanted to be a musician. She was already singing into her hairbrush after all. S.S.A’s 2017 Songwriter of the year, Crispo has opened for acts such as Styx, Sophie B. Hawkins & Jefferson Starship; but it was performing on all three Melissa Etheridge Cruises that significantly influenced her career.

12–1:30PM | Drumming Playshop with the Dothraki (Amazon) Women Drummers from Gabriel’s winning Game of Thrones Carnival Float
Gabriel’s, 102 Bradford Street • $20
We had so much fun in the parade we had to come back for more. Join us for some basic drum lessons including West African Rhythms and Street Samba. All levels welcome. Some drums provided but bring your own if you have them.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-5PM | 31th Annual Women’s Week Arts & Crafts Show! Preview Sale
Unitarian Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • Free event
Don’t miss handmade arts and crafts and delightful gift items from top Cape Cod and New England artisans.

1PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Whisper Sweet Nothings 
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street  • Free event
Moderator: Brey Willows, Authors: Melissa Brayden, Kimberly Cooper Griffin, Sandy Lowe, Fiona Riley, M. Ullrich, Karen F. Williams

1:30PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

2PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Pivotal Moments 
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street  • Free event
Moderator: Eden Darry, Authors: Kris Bryant, Aurora Rey, C. Spencer, Elle Spencer, Holly Stratimore, TJ Thomas

2-3:45PM | Sweet Sixteen Anniversary Screening of Laughing Matters
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
This award-winning film by Andrea Meyerson was originally released in 2003 and stars Kate Clinton, Marga Gomez, Suzanne Westenhoefer and Karen Williams. The event includes an entertaining “Then & Now” talk-back with some of the cast members and some very funny special guests.

2-4PM | Northern Sass vs. Southern Ass: An Afternoon of Food & Drink
Crown & Anchor – Poolside, 247 Commercial Street • $60  Get tickets!
The Crown & Anchor is pleased to present the rematch of last year’s sold out Women’s Week culinary smack down. Celebrity Chef Michele Ragussis the hilarious Vickie Shaw will unite to present to you “Northern Sass vs. Southern Ass!,” a fabulous afternoon of food and fun. Vickie will be preparing some Southern down-home country favorites and Chef Michele will prepare a similar dish with her Gourmet flair. The audience votes for their favorite! Pricing includes all food items and all alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverages prepared during the event.

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts. 

3-4PM | Bold Strokes Books Authors Signing
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street  • Free event
Georgia Beers, Melissa Brayden, Kris Bryant, Kimberly Cooper Griffin, Sandy Lowe, Aurora Rey, Fiona Riley, C. Spencer, Elle Spencer, Holly Stratimore, Carsen Taite, TJ Thomas, M. Ullrich, Karen F. Williams

3-4:30PM | Chakra Balancing Yoga with Essential Oils

Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $20 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.
Experience the Shift!

4-7PM | The Annual Olivia Party!
Wave/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10
One of the most popular annual events of Women’s Week. Come meet your favorite Women’s Week and Olivia Travel celebrities. Olivia’s own DJ Rockaway will be in the house for the 18th Annual Women’s Week Olivia Party. Free Olivia gifts to the first 50 fans!

4-6PM | Sunset Dune Tour
Cancelled due to weather conditions
“The highlight of our vacation!” Take a just-us-women, chartered, 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore dunes, then watch the sun set over the ocean. Beach refreshments are included. Get your tickets now; this event always sells out!

4-5PM | Pamela Means in Concert
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road • $20
Pamela is one of the most gifted musicians of our time—Singer/Songwriter/Poet/fierce Guitarist. Pamela plays The Beatles’ Abbey Road album, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the album that influenced generations. A Crone Series event.

4PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min) Directed by Megan Rossman

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4PM | Julie Wheeler
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $20  Get tickets!
See Julie along with Monica Falcone on guitar and Sylvie Richard on percussion. She’s a singer/musician/comedian — Wheeler truly is, as Curve magazine says, “..the total package!”

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4-7PM | Courtney Lynn & Quinn
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
Folk, Soul Band based out of Charlotte. Riveting live performances.

4:30PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

4:30PM | Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5-7PM | Bold Strokes Books Meet ‘n’ Greet
Harbor Lounge, 359 Commercial Street • Free event
All are welcome!

5-6PM | Wiebke von Carolsfeld “Claremont” Book Event
East End Books, 389 Commercial Street • Free

5:30-6:45PM | Yoga for Every Body

Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register on-line or walk-in.

5:30PM | Piano Sing Along!
Gifford House Inn at the Porchside Bar, 9 Carver Street • Free event
Piano Sing-Along! Audience requests, classics, oldies, show tunes. Fabulous Nina pouring your favorite beverages. Darlene VanAlstsne will sing with the audience with guitarist Monica Falcone.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Lisa Koch in “Two Heads Are Better Than Nun”  Get tickets!
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25
Daft. Demented. #SNORT. Picture Tina Fey meets Bette Midler with Joan Jett guitar chops. Absurd songs, demented nuns, and singing vulvas.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

7PM | Sip & Paint
Purple Feather, 334 Commercial Street • $30 in advance; $35 day of
Cocktails with Paul in the kitchen while learning to paint with chocolate. Seating is limited, call 508-487-9100 to reserve your space now.

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Virginia Wolf meets fellow author Vita Sackville-West in London in the 1920s. Despite both of them being married, they embark on an affair that later inspires one of Virginia’s novels. Directed by Chanya Button. (Not Rated, 110 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: Clambake
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts an historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. Directed by Andrea Meyerson.

7:30PM | Betty
Art House, 214 Commercial Street • $35 General admission/$45 VIP  Buy tickets!
BETTY is the incredible original pop rock band fronted by Alyson Palmer and sisters Elizabeth and Amy Ziff. The band’s heartfelt passion and signature sound of soaring harmonies, lively melodies and clever lyrics layered over strong grooves create an energetic, boundary-pushing live show that is a popular attraction worldwide. Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), Alyson (vocals, bass) and Amy (vocals, cello) are the singer/songwriters and arrangers.

7:30PM | Judy Gold
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
“Riotously Funny…” – The Hollywood Reporter

7:30PM | Wrinkles, the Musical, Preview Performance
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Old Rte 6 Rd, Wellfleet • $25-$40 (student and senior discounts available) Get tickets!
A musical about a group of older women from diverse backgrounds share their stories, joys, sadness, strengths, weaknesses and a joint, as they come together to create an original musical review for their retirement community. Book and lyrics by Naomi Turner & Wilderness Sarchild, runs October 18-27. “We’re not growing older, we’re growing bolder”.

8PM | 1920’s Speakeasy Night with Zoe Lewis and The Bootleggers!
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Le jazz hot from the roaring 20s and 30s! Get ready for some bathtub gin and gay abandon! Local fave Zoe Lewis and her wonderful Prohibition era jazz band will be joined by a ton of talented guest crooners, saucy sailors, fancy flappers and the Gorgeous Cigarette Girl. It’s the bee’s knees!  Come back in time with us and feel free to dress in era! Doors at 7:30PM.

8PM | Jess Leary
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
A Nashville treasure!  

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Get tickets!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Women’s Week “IDOL” – 2nd Show!
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 General Admission/$35 VIP preferred seating  Get tickets!
Sold out shows every year! Come to perform or just to watch one of the funniest shows you’ve ever seen. Hosted by a panel of hilarious celebrity judges! For your shot at stardom and a cash prize arrive at 7:30PM if you want to perform.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

9:30PM | Sarah Burrill Band
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No Cover
This great band always always plays on Jeri’s Birthday…and they have cake and a great time!

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

 

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

8:30-9:30AM | Women’s 12 Step Recovery Meeting
United Methodist Church, 20 Shankpainter Road
BYOC(coffee) Sponsored by Womencrafts

10-Noon| Ptown Real Estate Drop-in
Oceanview Realty, 146 Commercial Street • Free event
Stop by for a coffee and talk to Pam. Or, call her anytime at (508)246-3622. You’ll love her!

10AM & 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11AM | Yoga For All Levels
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10AM-5PM | 31th Annual Women’s Week Arts & Crafts Show
Unitarian Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • Free event
Don’t miss handmade arts and crafts and delightful gift items from top Cape Cod and New England artisans.

10-11:30AM | Romance, Activism, Erasure, and the Apocalypse… Oh, my! Readings and Q & A
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street, Downstairs • Free event
Spend an unforgettable ninety minutes with popular authors Anna Burke, Lynn Ames, Marianne K. Martin, Jenn Alexander, and Rachel Spangler as they fuel your imagination with tales of the past, present, and future.

10-11AM | Bold Strokes Books Author Panel Discussion and Q&A: Spotted on the Bookstore Shelf/Discussion on Publishing
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Sandy Lowe, Authors: Georgia Beers, Jean Copeland, Radclyffe, Elle Spencer, Carsen Taite, Brey Willows

11AM | Get to Know Olivia Travel!
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • Free event
Join Olivia’s Tina Silano to learn about traveling the world with our community on their Cruise, Resort, Riverboat and Adventure vacations.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

11:30AM-12:30PM | Bold Strokes Books: Brown Bag Author/Publisher Chat
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
BYO Lunch and join BSB publisher/author Radclyffe and senior editor/author Sandy Lowe for lively conversation and a chance to win prizes. In addition to discussing their writing, Rad and Sandy will be happy to answer your questions about publishing with BSB

12-1:30PM | Crone’s Brown Bag Series: Two women authors show how they do research  
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road • $5 suggested donation
Jeannette de Beauvoir uses her academic background in history to uncover hidden lives of under-represented people that she then weaves into her mystery and historical fiction – AND Jamie Anderson’s new book, An Army of Lovers: Women’s Music of the Seventies and Eighties, captures that heady times when we were forming the sound track for our coming out as Lesbians and feminists. She has caught the lightning and put it on the page!

12-1PM | Book Launch for Fire and Ice by Rachel Spangler
Harbor Lounge, 359 Commercial Street
Join Bywater author Rachel Spangler as she launches her new release, Fire and Ice.

12:30-1:45PM | 3rd Annual “Lesbians in Shorts” Film Program
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $15  Buy tickets!
Featuring the the best newly-released lesbian short films currently touring on the LGBTQ film festival circuit!
Please note this event has sold out every year. Advance tickets are strongly recommended to ensure your spot.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier |  $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-3PM | Lesbo Bingo!
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 in advance Get tickets!
Laugh and Dab your way to fabulous prizes!  This event sold out last year and will sell out again.

1PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: I Dig this Scene 
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Fiona Riley, Authors: Dena Blake, Jean Copeland, Erin Dutton, Emily Smith, C. Spencer, Erin Zak

1-2:30PM | Craft Hard Cider Tasting
Napi’s upstairs, 7 Freemen Street • $25 in advance; $30 at the door, if still available Get tickets!
You’ve heard of a brewery, you’ve heard of a winery, did you know Provincetown has a local cidery?! Come to a tasting of Shoal Hope Ciderworks award winning, small batch, craft, hard ciders. Learn all about the process of cider making from the company’s owner and producer, including about their unique ingredients and flavors that make such delectable brews.
Call 508-246-2082 for tickets

1:30-2:30PM | Book signing: Lynn Ames & Bywater Books
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street
Meet popular authors Lynn Ames, Rachel Spangler, and Marianne K. Martin.

1:30PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
The story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said “Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country.” Molly’s words have proved prescient. Now it’s up to us to raise hell! Directed by Janice Engel. (Not Rated, 93 min)

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

2PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Virginia Wolf meets fellow author Vita Sackville-West in London in the 1920s. Despite both of them being married, they embark on an affair that later inspires one of Virginia’s novels. Directed by Chanya Button. (Not Rated, 110 min)

2PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Unreal? 
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Erin Dutton, Authors: Eden Darry, Jane Esther, Michelle Larkin, Robyn Nyx, Karen F. Williams, Brey Willows

2-4:30PM | Party with Women On A Roll (Open House)
Anchor Inn Beach House, 175 Commercial Street • Free event
Complimentary appetizers, fabulous giveaways all day including a three-night stay at the Anchor Inn Beach House!

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts.

2:30-3:30PM | Book Signing: Karen D. Badger & Ellen Hoil
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street • Free event
Meet popular, award winning author Karen D. Badger, alongside debut author Ellen Hoil. Come down and let us have fun introducing ourselves to you.

3:30-5:30PM | Provincetown Scavenger Hunt 
Meet at Harbor Lounge, 359 Commercial Street • $20 a person in advance; $25 at the door/$100 for a group of up to 7 people Get tickets here or call 508.246.2082
You’ll be challenged to drink, eat and take videos & pictures at Ptown’s famous bars, restaurants, landmarks and more on a fun and fabulous trip through the streets of Provincetown. Come solo or put in a team!

3-4PM | Bold Strokes Books Authors Signing
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Dena Blake, Jean Copeland, Eden Darry, Erin Dutton, Jane Esther, Robyn Nyx, Radclyffe, Emily Smith, C. Spencer, Karen F. Williams, Brey Willows, Erin Zak

4PM | Michelle Vought in Concert
UU Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • $20
The amazingly talented, internationally recorded, Diva Soprano returns for one show!  Don’t miss her!

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4-6PM | Sunset Dune Tour
Tickets: $69 Buy here or call 508-246-2082
“The highlight of our vacation!” Take a just-us-women, chartered, 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore dunes, then watch the sun set over the ocean. Beach refreshments are included. Get your tickets now; this event always sells out!

4PM | Melissa Crispo in Concert
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
Singer-songwriter, Melissa Crispo knew from the age of five that she wanted to be a musician. She was already singing into her hairbrush after all. S.S.A’s 2017 Songwriter of the year, Crispo has opened for acts such as Styx, Sophie B. Hawkins & Jefferson Starship; but it was performing on all three Melissa Etheridge Cruises that significantly influenced her career.

4PM | Suzy Plays Guitar
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
Traveling from Minneapolis. Acoustic Duo

4PM | Julie Wheeler
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $20  Get tickets
See Julie along with Monica Falcone on guitar and Sylvie Richard on percussion. She’s a singer/musician/comedian — Wheeler truly is, as Curve magazine says, “..the total package!”

4PM | Sandra Valls
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Comic, actor, singer, writer, and badass, Sandra is best known for her powerful stand-up comedy performance in Showtime’s, The Latin Divas of Comedy. Her unique mix of physical comedy, brilliant story telling, and soulful singing make it easy to see why the Los Angeles Times calls Sandra “Talented and Hilarious”. Sandra will make her Off-Broadway debut this Christmas season with her smash hit play The Latina Christmas Special.

4PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min) Directed by Megan Rossman

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4:30 PM | Film Screening: Wild Nights with Emily
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In the mid-19th century, Emily Dickinson is writing prolifically, baking gingerbread, and enjoying a passionate, lifelong romantic relationship with another woman, her friend and sister-in-law Susan…yes this is the iconic American poet, popularly thought to have been a recluse. Beloved comic Molly Shannon leads in this humorous yet bold reappraisal of Dickinson, informed by her private letters. While seeking publication of some of the 1,775 poems written during her lifetime, Emily (Shannon) finds herself facing a troupe of male literary gatekeepers too confused by her genius to take her work seriously. Directed by Madeline Olnek

5PM | Women’s Week All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry
Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $19

5-7PM | Help #CanCollins2020 Fundraiser!
Provincetown Brewing Company, 141 Bradford Street • $25 donation
In honor of women everywhere, the group Indivisible Outer Cape invites you to help Maine fight the bad policies of Senator Susan Collins. Enjoy your first round and a bite to eat, and mingle with local dignitaries and celebs at the new Provincetown Brewing Company, whose “draftivism” ethos makes them the perfect host for this event!

5-6PM | Emmy Award-winning actor Joanne Vannicola “All We Knew But Couldn’t Say” 
East End Books, 389 Commercial Street
 • Free event

5:30PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

5:30PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

5:30-8:30PM | Piano Sing-Along
Porchside Bar at Gifford House, 9 Carver Street • Free event
Audience requests, classics, oldies, show tunes. Fabulous Nina pouring your favorite beverages! Darlene VanAlstsne will sing with the audience with guitarist Monica Falcone.

6PM | Lisa Koch in “Two Heads Are Better Than Nun”
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Daft. Demented. #SNORT. Picture Tina Fey meets Bette Midler with Joan Jett guitar chops. Absurd songs, demented nuns, and singing vulvas.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

6-10PM | Early Girls Night Out Dance Party
Velvet Lounge, 258 Commercial St, left of Town Hall • $10 at the door
For all women who love to dance. Oldies, R&B, Schmooze, Disco, Latin, Swing plus lots of fun world music you’ve probably never heard before. And later in the evening we may have some live drumming with the DJ. Presented by CroneProductions with DJ Shelly Cullen

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

7:30PM | Betty
Art House, 214 Commercial Street • • $35 General admission/$45 VIP  Buy tickets!
BETTY is the incredible original pop rock band fronted by Alyson Palmer and sisters Elizabeth and Amy Ziff. The band’s heartfelt passion and signature sound of soaring harmonies, lively melodies and clever lyrics layered over strong grooves create an energetic, boundary-pushing live show that is a popular attraction worldwide. Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), Alyson (vocals, bass) and Amy (vocals, cello) are the singer/songwriters and arrangers.

7:30PM | Suede in Concert
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $50 VIP Seating; $30 General Admission  Get tickets
Headliner with Melissa Etheridge & Sarah McLachlan. Joan Rivers’ opening act! Come see why! TWO SHOWS ONLY

7:30PM | Judy Gold
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Riotously Funny…” – The Hollywood Reporter

7:30-9:30PM | Wild Women Toga Fusion Party
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.
Music, yoga, dance, body art, singing and drumming.

7:30PM | Jackie Monahan in “These Lips”
Pilgrim House
336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia.

7:30PM | Film Screening: Clambake
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts an historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. Directed by Andrea Meyerson.

7:30PM | Wrinkles, the Musical – Opening Night
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Old Rte 6 Rd, Wellfleet • $25-$40 (student and senior discounts available) Get tickets!
A musical about a group of older women from diverse backgrounds share their stories, joys, sadness, strengths, weaknesses and a joint, as they come together to create an original musical review for their retirement community. Book and lyrics by Naomi Turner & Wilderness Sarchild, runs October 18-27. Ticket holders for tonight are invited to a pre-show raw bar with champagne toast, and a post-show reception. “We’re not growing older, we’re growing bolder”.

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | Women’s Week COWGIRL PARTY
Paramount at Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10  Get tickets!
Last year’s party was off the hook!!! The mechanical bull that rode into town during last year’s Women’s Week returns!!! Wear your jeans, and boots if you have ’em. Test your skill on the mechanical bull; cash prize for the longest rider!!! NYC’s Stonewall resident DJ, DJ Kim Dazy is in the house!

9PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

9:30PM | Flight of Fire
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
Stand out Rock Group from Boston. Not to Be missed!

 

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

9:30-11AM | All-Women’s Dune Tour
Reserve now for a special 90-minute, just-us-women, chartered 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore. $49 Buy tickets here or call 508.246.2082 Get tickets early: this event will sell out.

9:30-11AM | Napi’s Breakfast Club Reading
Napi’s Restaurant upstairs, 7 Freeman Street • Free event
Bring your own breakfast or coffee and join wonderful authors Lynn Ames, Marianne K. Martin, Rachel Spangler, and Lucy J. Madison as they read from their latest works.

10-11AM | Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Provincetown Real Estate and Now You Have Someone To Ask!
Oceanview Realty, 146 Commercial Street • Free event
Join trusted expert Pam Anthony for an overview workshop on real estate in Provincetown, the gayest zip code in the country!

10AM & 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11AM | Yoga For All Levels 

Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10AM-5PM | 31th Annual Women’s Week Arts & Crafts Show 
Unitarian Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • Free event
Don’t miss handmade arts and crafts and delightful gift items from top Cape Cod and New England artisans.

10-11AM | Bold Strokes Books Author Panel Discussion and Q&A: Let’s Talk about (Writing) Sex
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Georgia Beers, Authors: Melissa Brayden, Kris Bryant, Sandy Lowe, Fiona Riley, Elle Spencer, M. Ullrich

10:30-Noon | Visit New Zealand
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • Free event
Join New Zealand’s only LGBTQ travel specialist, Debbie Clarke, to learn about her amazing, small Group Tours of New Zealand. Or, learn about how she can plan your own trip from A-Z with an itinerary perfectly matched to your travel style, desires, and budget. She can also be your Private Guide.  She’ll being offering trip discounts too! Morning beverages and yummies provided.

11AM – 1PM | Meet Women’s Week Program Cover Artist
Women’s Week Headquarters, 256 Commercial Street
Stop by to meet Andrea Sawyer, whose painting is on the cover of this year’s book. Have her sign your program, T-shirt, or a 2020 calendar of her Provincetown paintings!

11AM-1PM | Musical Dune Tour with Zoe Lewis
Art’s Dune Tours, 5 Standish Street • $65. For reservations call 1-800-984-1950 ext 4
Come on a musical adventure into the Provincelands with this local performer and washashore. Originally from the UK , Zoe has lived on the outermost tip for the last 30 years and has penned numerous songs, collected stories and even written an entire musical inspired by this ramshackle town and its jaw dropping nature. There’s no better place to experience this magical and intimate performance. Feel free bring beverages and snacks.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

11:30AM | FLASH MOB YOGA FOR WOMEN & THEIR FRIENDS!
Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street • Free 
Event/Suggested donation for H.O.W.
Come be part of history! Give Aways & Entertainment! Mat or Towel suggested but not required. Presented by Lulu Lemon and Yoga East

11:30-12:30PM | Book signing: Lynn Ames & Bywater Books
Womencrafts, 376 Commercial Street • Free event
Come hang out with authors Lynn Ames, Rachel Spangler, and Marianne K. Martin.

11:30AM-12:30PM | Bold Strokes Books: Brown Bag Author Chat
Provincetown Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
BYO Lunch and join authors Georgia Beers, Melissa Brayden, and Elle Spencer for lively conversation and a chance to win prizes.

12PM | Melissa Crispo in Concert
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
Singer-songwriter, Melissa Crispo knew from the age of five that she wanted to be a musician. She was already singing into her hairbrush after all. S.S.A’s 2017 Songwriter of the year, Crispo has opened for acts such as Styx, Sophie B. Hawkins & Jefferson Starship; but it was performing on all three Melissa Etheridge Cruises that significantly influenced her career.

12-1PM | Book Reading & Signing with author Shane McGarrett
Anchor Inn Beach House Lobby, 175 Commercial Street • Free event
“Out of Service” is based on Shane’s true story about being the military’s first woman jet engine mechanic during the Vietnam Era, until she was arrested for being gay. The book is currently being adapted to a screenplay and film production is slated to begin next year with director, Andrea Meyerson. All guests who attend will have an opportunity to win an autographed copy of the book.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: On Brand 
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Robyn Nyx, Authors: Jane Esther, CF Frizzell, Michelle Larkin, CA Popovich, Emily Smith, Holly Stratimore

1:30PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
This inspiring film profiles the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a non-hierarchical, collectively-run archive that preserves the various expressions of lesbian identity, love, and solidarity. Scrappy and determined, a cross-generational team of women steward the collection from a cramped Manhattan apartment to a building of its own. As memory fades and members depart, the volunteer archivists contemplate the safeguarding and transmission of these invaluable materials — and the stories they document — to future generations. (Not Rated, 61 min) Directed by Megan Rossman

1:30PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

2PM | Bold Strokes Books Author Readings and Q & A: Glimpse at the Future 
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
Moderator: Aurora Rey, Authors Jean Copeland, Maggie Cummings, Robyn Nyx, Anne Shade, M. Ullrich, Brey Willows

2PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Chanya Button

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat American in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.

2:30PM | Cris Williamson in Concert
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts. 

3PM | The Empowering Impact of Herstory: Women Filmmaker Residency Brunch
Join PFS for our annual Women Filmmaker Residency Brunch! Connect with Women’s Week guest filmmakers for a beautiful October barbecue in picturesque Truro, celebrating Women’s Week and our Women Filmmaker Residency Program. Each year, we focus on the importance of women’s perspectives and experiences in the cinema. Through this program, we are not just encouraging women to make films, but rather transforming public consciousness by examining how preserving, celebrating, and documenting women’s histories encourages parity in the entertainment industry. Tickets available on provincetownfilm.org. $50

3-4PM | Bold Strokes Books Authors Signing
Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial Street • Free event
All Bold Strokes Books Authors

3:30-4:45PM | 3nd Annual “Lesbians in Shorts” Film Program
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $15  Buy tickets!
Featuring the the best newly-released lesbian short films currently touring on the LGBTQ film festival circuit!
Please note this event has sold out every year. Advance tickets are strongly recommended to ensure your spot.

4PM | MOTHER (and me)
Fishermans Hall (Provincetown High School Theater) 2 Winslow St. • Suggested donation: $20
A one-woman show written and performed by Melinda Buckley.
All proceeds fun free supportive services for families living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related diseases. Get tickets today!

4PM | Julie Wheeler
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $20  Get tickets!
See Julie along with Monica Falcone on guitar and Sylvie Richard on percussion. She’s a singer/musician/comedian — Wheeler truly is, as Curve magazine says, “..the total package!”

4-6PM | Sunset Dune Tour
Tickets: $69 Buy here or call 508-246-2082
“The highlight of our vacation!” Take a just-us-women, chartered, 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore dunes, then watch the sun set over the ocean. Beach refreshments are included. Get your tickets now; this event always sells out!

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Christina Havrilla
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
R&R at its Best!

4PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

4PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Janice Engel

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $40
Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4:30PM | Women’s Week Short Film Program
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8

5-6PM | Amy Hoffman “The Off Season” Book Event
East End Books, 389 Commercial Street
 • Free

5:30PM | Marieann Meringolo “Here’s To The Ladies! A Salute To Great Ladies in Song”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Marieann Meringolo is a native New Yorker who grew up on the songs of the Great American Songbook. She has been called “One of the circuit’s most powerful singers” and Time Out New York claimed, “If k.d. lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbra Streisand’s in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo.”

5:30PM | Vickie Shaw Comedy Show
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

5:30-8:30PM | Piano Sing-Along
Porchside Bar at Gifford House, 9 Carver Street • Free event
Audience requests, classics, oldies, show tunes. Fabulous Nina pouring your favorite beverages! Darlene VanAlstsne will sing with the audience with guitarist Monica Falcone.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Lisa Koch in “Two Heads Are Better Than Nun”
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Daft. Demented. #SNORT. Picture Tina Fey meets Bette Midler with Joan Jett guitar chops.

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

6:30PM | Melissa Ferrick
Art House, 214 Commercial Street • $35 General admission; $40 VIP Buy tickets!
The incomparable Melissa Ferrick is an eight-time Boston Music Award winner and regarded by the industry and her peers as one of the most prolific and hardworking artists in the business. She tours regularly and plays throughout North America, performing upwards of 100 shows a year. She has shared the stage with Morrissey, Marc Cohn, Paul Westerberg, Dwight Yoakam, John Hiatt, Weezer, Tegan and Sara, G-Love & Special Sauce, Bob Dylan, Dan Bern, Ani DiFranco, k.d. Lang, Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, Joan Armatrading, Mike Doughty, The Indigo Girls and many others.

7PM | IMPROVincetown
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $20  Buy tickets!
IMPROVincetown is Ptown’s favorite improv comedy group featuring some of the funniest locals and most hysterical Boston area comics. We use your suggestions from the audience to create a show that has never been seen before and is never to be seen again. Come check out what locals are calling, “this summers newest hit!” Not suitable for kiddos, we might get kinda dirty!

7-8:30PM | Chamber Music for the Outer Cape: American Women Composers 
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road • $25
A celebration of the influence and extraordinary rise of American women in music since the late 19th century, featuring music by Amy Beach, Florence Beatrice Price and Pamela Means. A Crone series event.

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
In 1993 New York City, dysfunctional codependent sisters discover that the mother they thought had died when they were young is alive and starring on a popular daytime soap opera. Starring Judith Light, Mandy Patankin and writer-director Hannah Pearl Utt. (Not Rated, 98 min)

7:30PM | Suede in Concert
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $50 VIP Seating; $30 General Admission  Get tickets!
Direct from headlining with Melissa Etheridge and Sarah McLachlan, she was also Joan Rivers’ opening act. Come see why!

7:30PM | Karen Williams Comedy Show
Cabaret/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Come LAUGH OUT LOUD!

7:30PM | Film Screening: Clambake
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts an historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. Directed by Andrea Meyerson.

7:30PM | Wrinkles, the Musical
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Old Rte 6 Rd, Wellfleet • $25-$40 (student and senior discounts available) Get tickets!
A musical about a group of older women from diverse backgrounds share their stories, joys, sadness, strengths, weaknesses and a joint, as they come together to create an original musical review for their retirement community. Book and lyrics by Naomi Turner & Wilderness Sarchild. “We’re not growing older, we’re growing bolder.”

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Get tickets!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

8:30PM | Melissa Ferrick
Art House, 214 Commercial Street • $35 General admission; $40 VIP  Buy tickets!
The incomparable Melissa Ferrick is an eight-time Boston Music Award winner and regarded by the industry and her peers as one of the most prolific and hardworking artists in the business. She tours regularly and plays throughout North America, performing upwards of 100 shows a year. She has shared the stage with Morrissey, Marc Cohn, Paul Westerberg, Dwight Yoakam, John Hiatt, Weezer, Tegan and Sara, G-Love & Special Sauce, Bob Dylan, Dan Bern, Ani DiFranco, k.d. Lang, Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, Joan Armatrading, Mike Doughty, The Indigo Girls and many others.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

8:30PM | Jackie Monahan in “These Lips”

Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Jackie Monahan is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer who is setting the comedy stages from LA to New York on fire with her fearless brand of humor. She toured the country featuring for Amy Schumer which included opening for her monthly in Vegas. Jackie has since been headlining clubs, colleges, and cruise Lines such as Atlantis and Olivia.

9PM | Wonder Women: Women’s Week 35th Anniversary Party
Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10  Get tickets!
Come celebrate 35 years of Women’s Week with one last BIG Bash! DJ Rockaway spins!

9:30PM | The Club House Band
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
Featuring a rotating roster of world-class musicians, The Club’s jazz ensemble performs nightly free of charge.

9:30 PM | Sister Funk
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • No cover
Always Packing them in! Better Come Early!

10PM | The Drag-In w/ Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!

 

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2019

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

7:15-8:15AM | Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

10AM & 1:30PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $53
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636. Save $2 with coupon code “WHALE” online or AAA discount by phone.

10-11:15AM | Hot Vinyasa Yoga
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • $15 Register at yogaptown.com or walk-in.

12PM | Cape Cod Walks the Walk for Alzheimer’s
Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street • Registration begins at 10AM
A fundraiser and celebration to raise crucial funds to support free services through the The Alzheimer’s Family Support Center Of Cape Cod for families of those living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia related diseases. Trolly ride, food, live music – please join us! To sign up to walk, call 508.896.5170 or go to AlzheimersWalkCapeCod.org

12-6PM | Community Acupuncture with Jenn
Yoga East, 43 Race Point Road • Sliding scale  Call 774-722-3700 to register, or walk-in
An Asian tradition where several patients receive acupuncture in the same room at the same time!

12-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12-1:30PM | Crone’s Brown Bag Series: Kitchen Table Talk—Jam Session
Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Road
Just sitting around and letting the conversation go wherever it goes.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $35
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1:30PM | Film Screening: The Archivettes
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Megan Rossman

2PM | Women’s Week Short Film Program
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8

2PM | Maggie Cassella
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Yep, She’s baaaaack! Our favorite ex-lawyer, expatriate, writer, and comedian Maggie Cassella is returning to Provincetown for another fun-filled Women’s Week! And this show? Well how about some heaping helpings of what it’s like to be an expat Ameriice Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets here!

2:30PM | Cris Williamson
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Women’s music icon and Ptown favorite. Meet & Greet with Cris after the show at Womencrafts. 

4PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
Stand up comedy like no other!

4PM | Plastic Angels
WayDownTown 265 Commercial Street • No Cover
A voice of an Angel!

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Film Screening: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Janice Engel

4:30PM | Film Screening: Before You Know It
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Hannah Pearl Utt

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $40
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5:30PM | Poppy Champlin
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets here!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

6PM | Orange is the New Black’s Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Emily Tarver & Vicci Martinez met on the set of Orange is the New Black and fell in love. Now they harmonize about their love and their life. Do not miss this intimate evening with two of our favorite performers.

7PM | Film Screening: Vita & Virginia
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $8
Directed by Chanya Button

7:30PM | Wrinkles, the Musical
Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, 2357 Old Rte 6 Rd, Wellfleet • $25-$40 (student and senior discounts available) Get tickets!
A musical about a group of older women from diverse backgrounds share their stories, joys, sadness, strengths, weaknesses and a joint, as they come together to create an original musical review for their retirement community. Book and lyrics by Naomi Turner & Wilderness Sarchild. “We’re not growing older, we’re growing bolder.”

8PM | Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • $50  Get tickets!
Have an unforgettable evening with Orange is the New Black’s Lea DeLaria! In DeLaria Dammit! The Best of the P-Town Years, Lea revisits her favorite songs and stories from four-plus decades of performing in Provincetown.

10PM | Qya Cristál
The Club, 193 Commercial Street • Free
The fabulous Qya Cristál is bringing her signature brand of glamour to The Club, blending classic jazz standards like ‘At Last’, with more contemporary hits like ‘Crazy In Love’. Do not miss an intimate performance with our favorite new late-night chanteuse.can in Canada right now? Ha! Come hear how SO. MUCH. HAS. CHANGED. since Maggie first set foot on Canadian soil. Actually, she first set foot on another guy’s foot in a Toronto bookstore and he said “I’m sorry”. So yeah, it’s like that.