The dune shacks in the Cape Cod National Seashore were originally built by the Coast Guard so that men looking for ships during storms would have a place to rest. They later became summer homes for artists and writers.
The Provincetown Public Library kindly left books and DVDs outside, free for the taking, to keep people entertained while public buildings are shuttered to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.
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One of our favorite restaurants in Provincetown, Fanizzi’s is offering their full menu for take-out right now. This is a great way to take a night off from cooking and enjoy something from their eclectic menu. You can even order beer and wine if you are over 21! Check out their full menu HERE.
You can also check out their website for full information.
The Canteen showed its appreciation to those working on the frontline at Outer Cape Health Services in Provincetown during the pandemic with a recent surprise lunch delivery. The restaurant at 225 Commercial has also begun selling groceries. Place an order and Canteen staff cleans, disinfects and delivers to those who want fresh veggies and more.
During the town’s stay-in-place order, Provincetowners have come together by staying apart while still helping one another. The Soup Kitchen in Provincetown (SKIP), which serves amazing food all winter long, has extended its season to at least April 24 because of COVID-19. Volunteers have been cooking and distributing meals (regular or vegan) in to-go boxes at a drive-thru at the Methodist Church from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
High winds and tides knocked down a dune cliff, creating little mounds of sand and grass on the beach by the Atlantic Ocean at the Cape Cod National Seashore in Provincetown.
Forget the groundhog, the sign that February has arrived in Provincetown is the re-opening of The Squealing Pig, which arguably has the best fish & chips in town.