Poetry Reading with Pond Road Press

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Celebrating Poet Jane C. Miller’s collection “Canticle for Remnant Days,” with additional readings from Pond Road Press founders Mary Ann Larkin and Patric Pepper. Jane C. Miller is the author of Canticle for Remnant Days, her debut poetry… Read More

GUT written & performed by Janet Rodgers

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The Epic Performance Poem tells the true story of Irena Gut, a young Catholic Polish girl who saved the lives of twelve young Jewish professionals from extermination by the Nazis during WWIl. When Poland was taken over by… Read More

Eastern Coy-Wolf with Peter Trull

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Learn more about Eastern coyotes, or “coywolves,” and their thriving habitat across Massachusetts, including Cape Cod. These fascinating wild canines are often misunderstood, leading to fear and anxiety. Through Peter Trull’s research (since 1989), he aims to educate… Read More

A Taste for Trollope: Reading Group

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Welcome to A Taste for Trollope, a Truro Library reading group devoted to the British novel in the 19th century. Anthony Trollope is perhaps the most beloved — and certainly the most prolific — of all the Victorian novelists.  He takes… Read More

A Taste for Trollope : Reading Group

Poster for event with a illustration of Trollope

Welcome to A Taste for Trollope, a Truro Library reading group devoted to the British novel in the 19th century. Anthony Trollope is perhaps the most beloved — and certainly the most prolific — of all the Victorian novelists.  He takes… Read More

Truro Talking Circle

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Meet your neighbors, enjoy some pizza, and talk about Truro at our friendly TRURO TALKING CIRCLE RSVP HERE!

Botanical Bundle Dyeing With Plants, Flowers & Roots

Interested in seeing how plants, flowers and roots can make beautiful botanical marks on silk? Then come join natural dyer and local fiber guru Amy DuFault for some exploration! Each participant will get 2 silk scarves and all… Read More

Harvest Highlight – Ukrainian Borscht

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Immerse Yourself in Ukrainian Culture: Learn to Make Borscht with Yuliia!  Join us for a delightful afternoon of culinary exploration as Yuliia, a talented home cook, leads us in creating a pot of traditional borscht and scrumptious carrot… Read More

Truro Cemetery Talk & Tour

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Curious who’s buried in Truro’s Historic Cemeteries? Join the tour! Meet at the Truro Public Library for a brief lecture, followed by a tour of several cemeteries. Your own transportation required for cemetery visits. RAIN OR SHINE. Presented… Read More

Keith Althaus Poetry Reading

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Keith Althaus is the author of three poetry collections, Rival Heavens, Ladder of Hours, and Cold Storage, which won the 2016 Off the Grid Poetry Prize. He has also received a Pushcart Prize and grants from the National… Read More

Plant Medicine Workshop

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SEASONAL EATING & ATTUNEMENT with Sarah Nacin Join Community Herbalist Sarah Naciri for a hands-on medicine-making workshop. With a focus on locally-wildcrafted plants and mushrooms, Sarah will discuss the importance of eating with the seasons and provide information… Read More

Truro Cultural Council Reception

A Celebration of the Truro Cultural Community The Truro Cultural Council is holding a reception to honor and publicly announce the recipients of the most recent cycle of Cultural Council funding. Come mingle and learn from the recipients… Read More

Harvest Highlight – Italian Carbonara with Chef Luster

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Interested in learning how to make Carbonara with Ciro & Sal’s Chef Caleb Luster!? Now’s your chance!  Join us for another extraordinary Harvest Highlight event at the Truro Library.  Chef will demonstrate the step-by-step process of making this… Read More

Free Screening “Rescuing Our Oceans Through Recycled Art”

In this ArtsLight documentary by filmmaker Johnny Bergmann, we learn how our fragile oceans are plagued with plastics and other manmade trash. This documentary explores how artists have come together to create art out of this detritus in… Read More

Housing 101 with the Community Development Partnership

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Join us for the first speaking in our new Housing Authority Speaker Series. Learn more about the laws and regulations related to the production of affordable housing with Amanda Bebrin, Director of Housing Advocacy for the Community Development… Read More

Harvest Highlight – Preservation Methods with Chef Garrett Smythe

Chef Garrett Smythe  presents fermentation & preservation methods from various parts of the world, including Korea, Japan, and Eastern Europe. With an attention to detail and a love of food, Garrett will give a hands-on demonstration, show a… Read More

Engage and Empower: Navigating the Town Meeting Process Respectfully and Effectively

In this workshop, Town Moderator Paul Wisotzky will review the nuts and bolts of the Town Meeting process including how to participate effectively and respectfully. In addition, Judge Dan Winslow will introduce “Ten Tips for Town Meeting Civility”… Read More

Identity Theft Prevention Workshop

Victims of identity theft can have money stolen from them and find their credit rating damaged. This can affect their ability to get a loan, rent an apartment, or take out new lines of credit.  An identity thief… Read More

CANCELED – Mahjong

Open play – beginner to moderate.

CANCELED – Ecstatic Dancing and Breathwork/Meditation – Winter Wednesdays

Ecstatic Dancing and Breathwork/Meditation with Patricia Van Dijkhuizen Patricia van Dijkhuizen incorporates activities such as ecstatic dancing, breathwork, meditation, nature immersion and expressive arts to integrate insights from exceptional states of consciousness. The techniques offered during the workshop… Read More

Beekeeping 101 with Dave DeWitt

Come Learn the basics of Beekeeping.  The Honey Bee is an integral part of our lives and all life on Earth.  Whether you want to keep bees for their honey or just learn about the fascinating life in… Read More

Beginners Knitting – Winter Wednesdays

Beginners Knitting with Darren Showers This class will teach the basics of knitting which includes the Knit and Purl stitches. You’ll learn how to read a yarn ball label and basic knitting patterns so you can confidently select… Read More

Ecstatic Dancing and Breathwork/Meditation – Winter Wednesdays

Ecstatic Dancing and Breathwork/Meditation with Patricia Van Dijkhuizen Patricia van Dijkhuizen incorporates activities such as ecstatic dancing, breathwork, meditation, nature immersion and expressive arts to integrate insights from exceptional states of consciousness. The techniques offered during the workshop… Read More

Think Ahead To Spring Gardening: Organic Pest & Disease Control

Think Ahead to Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt Organic Pest and Disease Control This class we will dig into the most important concept in organic pest and disease control, prevention. We will discuss common and… Read More

Think Ahead To Spring Gardening: Beyond Organic

Think Ahead to Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt Beyond Organic In the last class of our series Dave will introduce more advanced production methods. Catering to the home gardener, he will discuss Bio-Dynamic, Regenerative Agriculture… Read More

Think Ahead To Spring Gardening: Plan | Crop Rotation | Seeds

Think Ahead to Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt Garden Plan|Crop Rotation|Seeds Every productive garden requires a good realistic plan. Dave will talk about the steps to gardening on paper, starting with seed catalogs, crop rotation,… Read More

Think Ahead To Spring Gardening: Soil | Compost | Mulch

Think Ahead to Spring Gardening: Winter Planning Sessions with Dave DeWitt Soil|Compost|Mulch We will begin with the foundation of any successful garden, SOIL. Dave will discuss our native soil pros and cons, how to bring and keep your… Read More

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships: Unleash Your Potential Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. October 4 & 18, November 15, December 13, and January 3 & 24 Embark on a transformative journey to unlock the hidden potential within your relationships…. Read More

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships: Unleash Your Potential Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. October 4 & 18, November 15, December 13, and January 3 & February 7  Embark on a transformative journey to unlock the hidden potential within your… Read More

Free Staged Reading – Cold War

Cold War Written by Fermin Rojas Augie, a Cuban-American playwright who grew up in the 1960’s, and his husband are about to embark on a summer reunion with their longtime friends in the Catskills to celebrate Augie’s commission… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “4 A.M. Friends” by Charlene Donaghy

Marlene Dietrich is quoted as saying, “It’s the friends you can call at 4 a.m. that matter.” We all have those friends: the ones who understand you when you tell them your heart’s desires, who gently break your… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “Verticals and Horizontals Pt. 2” by Gary Garrison

A follow up from last year. Five ten-minute plays from Garrison’s acclaimed anthology of the same name. Comic, comic-dramas and dramas.  Gary was the Executive Director of the Dramatist Guild of America from 2007-2016. Prior to his work… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “A Cultivated Friendship” by John Dennis Anderson and Co-authored with Karen Vuranch

Both living near Paris in the 1930s, the expatriate American novelists Edith Wharton and Louis Bromfield shared a passion for gardening even more than for writing and travel. Despite being 34 years apart in age and of conflicting… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “The Fade-Away Advantage” by Meryl Cohn

A writer and her life-long best friend meet at a Provincetown Airbnb to discuss an emergency plan they made years ago… but which plan is it? The plan to live together for the rest of their lives? Or… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “White Gays” by Jim Dalglish

Every year Rex throws a party for his closest friends in the South End townhouse he has lived for 40 years. The annual party marks a special anniversary, but this year there is something important he has to… Read More

Free Staged Reading – “Visions of Beatitude” by Joseph M. Paprzycki

VISIONS OF BEATITUDE takes us to the closed-for-the-night Atlantic House in Provincetown, Massachusetts at 4 a.m. as the ghosts of Tennessee Williams and Eugene O’Neill have been summoned by St. Genesius, the patron saint of theatre to meet… Read More

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships

Mindset Mastery for Flourishing Relationships: Unleash Your Potential Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. October 4 & 18, November 15, December 13, and January 3 & 24 Embark on a transformative journey to unlock the hidden potential within your relationships…. Read More

Civility in Politics: How to Disagree without Being Disrespectful

With Dan Winslow In today’s world, it seems like everyone is always arguing. From politics to social media, it can be hard to have a civil disagreement without things getting heated. But civility is essential for a healthy… Read More

David Corn Unfiltered!

Co-sponsored by the Truro Meeting House A lot has happened to roil our country since our friend’s appearance last summer as guest speaker. You don’t want to miss this! Signed copies of David’s new book, An American Psychosis:… Read More

Friend’s of the Truro Library Benefit – Art Auction & Live Music

The Friends of the Truro Library’s Annual Art Auction with the Chandler Travis Philharmonette. Snacks from Salty Market. $35 General Admission (Includes 1 drink) $120 “Golden Ticket” – Admission, one drink and a SWAG bag (reusable library tote… Read More

Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway emerged from his wounding in the Great War to embody the image of modern American authorship and masculinity. John Dennis Anderson portrays the Nobel-Prize-winning novelist in a performance that allows an opportunity for the audience to… Read More

Diamonds in the Marsh: An Introduction to the Diamondback Terrapin with Barbara Brennessel

The Diamondback Terrapin, named for the beautiful concentric rings on its shell, is the only salt marsh turtle in North America and we live in its northernmost range. This talk will examine the unique aspects of the life… Read More

Steps to turn your real life story into a novel with Robert Markowitz

The presentation, How Writers Create Fiction from their Lives, is aimed both at writers (fiction & memoir) and non-writers who are curious about how to augment a narrative. Additionally, Ernest Hemingway fans, or anyone interested in drastic career change… Read More

Shakespeare Explains Today’s Geopolitics Channeled by Stephen Kinzer

The Boston Globe columnist and former New York Times foreign correspondent surveys modern challenges with help from Shakespeare. Topics include war and peace, gender relations, migration, racism and anti-Semitism, the brutal fight for political power, and why all… Read More

Our Band Celebrates Burt Bacharach

Produced by the Cape Cod Symphony Award-winning Americana duo Sasha Papernik & Justin Poindexter lead a concert honoring the legacy of American songwriter, Burt Bacharach. Reimagining his legacy, delivering creative interpretations of Bacharach’s best.

Candlestick in the Library with Jeannette de Beauvoir

Acclaimed local-author Jeannette de Beauvoir brings mystery-writing to life as she guides participants through the improvised creation of their own murder mystery story… giving them clues from her own experience and imagination! Please call the library to sign… Read More

Corinne Demas: Author Talk and Reading

Award-winning author Corinne Demas will read from her newest novel The Road Towards Home.

Beachcombing Cape Cod’s Shorelines for Signs of Marine Life Diversity

Artist/naturalist Tor Hansen presents a slideshow and talk with a closer look at what organisms inhabit pier pilings, docks, wharves, granite breakwater in Provincetown, and salt marshes–featuring tidewater fish, scallops, shellfish, echinoderms, tunicates, skeleton shrimp, and shore birds…. Read More

Truro Cultural Council Reception

I would like to invite all of you to the Truro Cultural Council Reception, celebrating this year’s Grant Recipients. This will be held on Thursday June 8th, 2023 at the Truro Library’s Community room, 4-5:30. Thanks to all of you for getting… Read More

Edible Weeds with Sarah Naciri

In partnership with Sustainable CAPE Join community herbalist & local educator Sarah Naciri for a stroll around Sustainable CAPE’s Children’s Community Garden and Truro Library grounds to learn about wildcrafting edible and medicinal plants.  Sarah will discuss the… Read More

TEND: Learn how to identify, honor & advocate for your needs with author Mara Glatzel

Are you ready to reclaim and reimagine self-care—on your own terms? You have needs—your needs matter. And yet, you’ve been taught that pushing your needs to the back burner is the only way to get things done, that… Read More

There’s Something in the Water: Writing about the Outer Cape a reading and conversation with Heidi Jon Schmidt

Join us for a reading from Provincetown novelist Heidi Jon Schmidt and conversation with author and friend Zygmunt Plater. Heidi Jon Schmidt writes stories, essays and novels, most recently The House on Oyster Creek and The Harbormaster’s Daughter…. Read More

Free Staged Reading — “The Playground” by Jim Dalglish

A one-woman play (with voices) Joan leaves her tenure-track position on the West Coast to follow her husband to New York. When she takes her rambunctious four-year-old to a playground in Central Park, she stumbles into a surreal… Read More

Making Sushi with Chef Alice Gong

In partnership with Sustainable CAPE Come learn how to make sushi! Chef Alice Gong will teach us how to make 4 types of rolls, properly wash & make sushi rice; demonstrate various veggie cutting techniques; discuss delicious sauces… Read More

Lindsey Goodman: Prenatal & Postpartum Nutrition

In partnership with Sustainable CAPE Join Lactation Consultant and former Certified Professional Midwife, Lindsey Goodman of Warm Welcome, for an informative class focused on optimal nutrition during every stage of pregnancy.  Class will cover: foods to enjoy &… Read More

Seed Talk & Swap with Dave Scandurra

In partnership with Sustainable CAPE Come learn about the importance of open-pollinated heirlooms, how to start & save seeds, and how to harvest, process and store seeds to build your own supply.  A collective seed swap will follow… Read More

Candlestick in the Library

Did you ever wonder how mystery authors come up with their plots, characters, and red herrings? Wonder no more—author Jeannette de Beauvoir’s acclaimed Candlestick in the Library event gives groups of up to 15 people the opportunity to… Read More

Free Staged Reading — “Isherwood” by John Dennis Anderson

Christopher Isherwood, avowed queer author and devotee of Vedanta, best known for his character Sally Bowles, reflects on his life as an outsider–in his native England, in Berlin between the wars, and in postwar America. About John Dennis… Read More

Mahjong

Open play – beginner to moderate.

Mahjong

Open play – beginner to moderate.

Cook Uli’s Mushrooms with Chef Garrett Smythe

In partnership with Sustainable CAPE Interested in expanding and enhancing your culinary skills?  Like eating mushrooms but bored with how you prepare them?  Join us for a live cooking demo with The Pheasant’s talented chef, Garrett Smythe.  Chef… Read More

Free Staged Reading — “Fatty Pastrami” by Julia Salinger

Tells the story of daughter and father and the trials and tribulations of their relationship. You’ll go on adventures from the Bronx botanical garden, through the ins and outs of a pastrami sandwich—winding full circle in the miasma… Read More

Cheese-making with Sadie Hill

Are you interested in learning how to make cheese this winter?! During this class, local cheese-maker Sadie Hill will provide a thorough discussion on the basics of cheese-making and give a live demonstration. Come learn where to source… Read More

CLAM JAM with Alice & Melissa

Please join ALICE GONG & MELISSA YOW in a Clam Jam workshop. Learn how to shuck and prep quahogs, littlenecks, oysters, sea clams, razor clams, steamers, and bay scallops. Live cooking demo with garlic, herbs, and other local… Read More

FREE STAGE READING: “Verticals and Horizontals” by Gary Garrison

Five ten-minute plays — comic, comic-dramas and dramas — from Garrison’s acclaimed anthology of the same name. This is part of our on going playwright series: March 18, 2023 – “Fatty Pastrami” by Julia Salinger April 22, 2023… Read More

Making Fire Cider with Nicole Cormier, RD, LDN

Please JOIN Nicole Cormier, RD, LDN for a fun, hands-on workshop where you’ll learn to make your own fresh FIRE CIDER with garlic, ginger, turmeric, & more.  Nicole will guide you in making your own batch, provide a… Read More

Free Gift Wrapping

From the Friends of the Truro Library Free Gift Wrapping with a library card (don’t have one, sign up today)!

Free Gift Wrapping

From the Friends of the Truro Library Free Gift Wrapping with a library card (don’t have one, sign up today)!

Free Gift Wrapping

From the Friends of the Truro Library Free Gift Wrapping with a library card (don’t have one, sign up today)!

Long Range Plan ZOOM Meeting

Anyone Interested in the Future of Truro? We would love to hear from you, please join us for a virtual discussion. We endeavor to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage and participate fully. To… Read More

FREE STAGE READING: “Beanie’s Last Stand” by Linda Fiorella

A group of queer friends, led by a middle aged DJ, drop their emotional masks while hiding out from a militia in a dune shack on Cape Cod. Linda Fiorella lives in North Truro where she writes plays,… Read More

FREE STAGE READING: “The Boathouse” by Will Hildreth

The Boathouse is the story of a challenging relationship between two Provincetown families, a long-time Provincetown fishing family (The Atkins – Sally, Miles, and their teenage son Ethan) and the other “wash ashore” gay couple Bob & Steve… Read More

First Aid for Pets

Join This course teaches first aid techniques to address the most common emergencies that can occur with small and large dogs as well as cats. This course will train you to notice abnormalities and detect early warning signs… Read More

Pollination Ecology: A Virtual Discussion on How Can We Help Bees

Presented by the Brewster Ladies’ Library Honeybees, both locally and nationally have been suffering catastrophic losses. During this Zoom program Larry Dapsis will review honey bee biology and the factors responsible for these losses. In addition, he will… Read More

FREE STAGE READING: “Liberty Talks” by Fermin Rojas

Lady Liberty discovers she loves to talk. So, when she accidentally walks into a theater full of people, she decides to take a break from her daily life to spend a moment in time ruminating about her experiences,… Read More

Seed Talk & Swap with Sarah Naciri

The Truro Public Library and Sustainable CAPE welcome you to our Seed Talk & Swap– Seed Saving, Storage & Swap with Children’s Community Garden Resident Gardner Sarah Naciri Come learn about growing for optimal seed health, seed saving… Read More

Zoë Lewis – Truro Summer Concerts at the Library

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ZOË LEWIS is a band in a body! She plays jazz, jump jive, latin grooves, swing, international folk, funk originals on anything from the piano to the spoons! This troubadour, vaudevillian, storyteller, adventurer, singer-songwriter entertains with talent and… Read More

CANCELLED: Chandler Travis Philharmonette – Truro Summer Concerts at the Library

Chandler Travis and his bands are well known for “keenly entertaining” shows! Come enjoy!

Revolutionary Snake Ensemble – Truro Summer Concerts at the Library

Led by saxophonist Ken Field, Revolutionary Snake Ensemble is a funk/street beat improvisational brass band performing a unique blend of original and traditional music. “Sheer energy…visceral…a life-enhancing treat” – Fanfare “Ken Field’s New Orleans-inspired jazz/funk brass band…brilliantly bridges the booty/brain… Read More

CANCELLED :-( The Rip It Ups – Truro Summer Concerts at the Library

Unfortunately, due to inclement weather and a very wet area behind the library, the musical event tonight is cancelled. It will not be rescheduled; we will look forward to a next time with The Rip-It-Ups! The Rip-It-Ups feature… Read More

SUSPENDED: Next Chapter Book Club–Meeting

Suspended through March. The Truro Public Library is proud to host a Next Chapter Book Club for adolescents and adults on the Outer Cape living with intellectual or developmental challenges. The 2020 spring session begins on January 7… Read More

SUSPENDED: Next Chapter Book Club–Meeting

Suspended through March. The Truro Public Library is proud to host a Next Chapter Book Club for adolescents and adults on the Outer Cape living with intellectual or developmental challenges. The 2020 spring session begins on January 7… Read More

SUSPENDED: Next Chapter Book Club–Meeting

Suspended through March. The Truro Public Library is proud to host a Next Chapter Book Club for adolescents and adults on the Outer Cape living with intellectual or developmental challenges. The 2020 spring session begins on January 7… Read More

SUSPENDED: The Local Journalism Project – Open Newsroom Truro

Open Newsroom The Provincetown Independent’s nonprofit Local Journalism Project invites community members to join in making local news more collaborative. The editor (and from time to time reporters and newsmakers) will be on hand to hear about issues… Read More

Squid Pro Quo: Fishermen and Scientists Working Together to Study Cephalopods from Cape Cod to the Dominican Republic

Squid Pro Quo: Fishermen and Scientists Working Together to Study Cephalopods from Cape Cod to the Dominican Republic Owen Nichols, Director of Marine Fisheries Research at the Center for Coastal Studies, will talk about his work studying squid… Read More

SUSPENDED: Wednesday Matinees: La Femme Infidèle

Classic Films from France and England Join us for classic films representing creative leaps in the eras of their production. Time for discussion follows each film. La Femme Infidèle Claude Chabrol’s “psycho-sexual” thriller is a cold, cynical dissection… Read More

SUSPENDED: Wednesday Matinees: Kes

Classic Films from France and England Join us for classic films representing creative leaps in the eras of their production. Time for discussion follows each film. Kes Ken Loach’s quintessential portrait of working-class Northern England. Billy (an astonishingly… Read More

Wednesday Matinees: Sundays and Cybèle

Classic Films from France and England Join us for classic films representing creative leaps in the eras of their production. Time for discussion follows each film. Sundays and Cybèle Director Serge Bourguignon tells the tragic story of Pierre… Read More

Wednesday Matinees: I Know Where I’m Going!

Classic Films from France and England Join us for classic films representing creative leaps in the eras of their production. Time for discussion follows each film. I Know Where I’m Going! Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s romantic drama… Read More

CANCELLED: Áine Minogue—Celtic Harpist, Vocalist

Áine Minogue—Celtic Harpist The Friends of the Truro Library help you through St. Patrick’s Day withdrawal with a special treat—a concert by acclaimed Celtic harpist, vocalist, composer, and arranger Áine Minogue. With voice and harp, Áine shares with… Read More

The Local Journalism Project – Open Newsroom Truro

Open Newsroom The Provincetown Independent’s nonprofit Local Journalism Project invites community members to join in making local news more collaborative. The editor (and from time to time reporters and newsmakers) will be on hand to hear about issues… Read More

The Local Journalism Project – Open Newsroom Truro

Open Newsroom The Provincetown Independent’s nonprofit Local Journalism Project invites community members to join in making local news more collaborative. The editor (and from time to time reporters and newsmakers) will be on hand to hear about issues… Read More

The Local Journalism Project – Open Newsroom Truro

Open Newsroom The Provincetown Independent’s nonprofit Local Journalism Project invites community members to join in making local news more collaborative. The editor (and from time to time reporters and newsmakers) will be on hand to hear about issues… Read More

Winter Music Series. BLACK WHYDAH TRIO

Black Whydah Trio—Irish Folk Instrumental Black Whydah Trio, from the Lower Cape, is a lively multi-instrumental group whose members include Jean Sagara, John Best, and Ellen Sullivan. They play an assortment of instruments, including cello, violin, guitar, mandolin,… Read More

Winter Music Series. CROWES PASTURE: MONIQUE BYRNE & ANDY ROGOVIN

Crowes Pasture: Monique Byrne & Andy Rogovin—Acoustic Contemporary Folk Monique Byrne and Andy Rogovin perform original music and eye-opening covers that reflect a mutual passion, sense of discovery, and celebration of life. Their tightly blended vocal harmonies are… Read More

Winter Music Series. FRED FRIED, PEGGY GERBER, MICHAEL RYLE: JAZZICAL CATS

Fred Fried, Peggy Gerber, Michael Ryle: Jazzical Cats—Lively Jazz  Experience lively jazz with three musicians whose backgrounds and experience range from roadhouse to the concert hall, who believe that music lies beyond category and genre, and for whom… Read More

Winter Music Series: PEKING AND THE MYSTICS

Peking and the Mystics—Vintage Acapella  One sunny day in the spring of 1973, a few Tufts University grads got together for lunch at a local Chinese eatery. The meal produced some remarkable harmony, and the rest, as they… Read More

Winter Music Series: CELTIC ROOTS

Celtic Roots—Innovative Celtic The Celtic Roots (formerly the Keltic Kids) is a young Celtic band hailing from several Cape Cod towns. They have performed on stage together since 2013. Their first CD, “Lola’s Tree,” came out in October,… Read More

Winter Music Series: BOURBON SUNSET

Bourbon Sunset—Bluegrass, Folk Join us to hear Bourbon Sunset, the Outer Cape trio of Chris Miner, Peter Waful, and Lynda Shuster. The group showcases tight three-part harmonies accompanied by the traditional string instrumentation of mandolin, banjo, and guitar…. Read More

POSTPONED Winter Music Series: KENN MORR BAND

CANCELLED due to weather: Kenn Morr Band — Folk, Americana, Rock The Kenn Morr Band has regretfully cancelled due to weather and the drive from Western Mass tomorrow; or rather, we are all hoping for a postponement! Please… Read More