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Spring Awakening in Provincetown

March in Provincetown is a time of rebirth. As the natural world begins to transition into a time of budding and sprouting, so does this special community. Year-rounders have prepared all winter long for the return of visitors and eagerly wait to welcome all those who come here for all Provincetown provides. Shops, restaurants and lodging begin to return to their regular hours, and galleries display a fresh collection of works. March is the beginning of the 2020 season and provides a rare opportunity to see this community as it emerges from hibernation.

On March 14th, the Provincetown and Outer Cape Year Rounders’ Festival will be held at Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. There will be Artisans and Exhibits, a silent auction, a pie eating contest and even a pet parade! A dinner and entertainment will be held from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Hosted by community members, it’s a special day to all those who love the winter season on the Outer Cape.
Starting March 14th and running through the 16th, the Ursamen, a friendly and welcoming community of bears who love to gather and make merry in Provincetown, return for their annual Out of Hibernation celebration. Between meet & greets, sexy drag bingo, and parties, if you are part of the Gay Bear community this weekend is sure to bring you out of your winter freeze and into some excitement and fun.
Massachusetts has become the state most closely associated with St. Patrick’s Day and its celebrations. The large Irish population loves to revel in their heritage but it doesn’t matter if you are ethnically Irish or not; on St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is Irish! Many Provincetown eateries and restaurants serve corned beef and cabbage for this occasion and there is often green beer available as well! Come celebrate on March 17th this year and don’t forget to wear green.
March is the perfect chance for a unique visit to Provincetown. Many of the attractions, both natural and societal, are returning without the bustling energy that defines summertime. Come experience Provincetown – You belong here!
About Provincetown
Provincetown, Massachusetts is a true melting pot. Located on the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown boasts beautiful beaches, top-rated restaurants, art galleries, and charming shops. A top LGBTQ destination, this open-minded community celebrates individuality and freedom of expression. Provincetown has a rich creative history and is home to one of the oldest continuous art colonies in the country. The diverse population of artists, sailors, fisherman, authors, and more, makes Provincetown unique. From Carnival in August to Women’s Week in October and First Light at year’s end, Provincetown is thriving 365 days of the year.
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