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Top 5 Things To Do in the Next 5 Weeks in Provincetown

What is happening in Ptown over the next five weeks? It is the start of the season and there is a lot happening before Memorial Day. Pop down for a last minute getaway and to check out one of these fun activities:

1. April 24th-26th Gays for Patsy Spring Stomp

2. May 8th-9th Ragnar Relay Cape Cod

3. May 10th-12th Mother’s Day Weekend

4. May 15th-17th Single Women’s Weekend

5. May 15th-17th Annual Monumental Yard Sale Town wide

Check back for some exciting pictures from many of these events!

1st Annual Amazing Cape Quest

Screenshot 2014-06-27 at 1.24.12 AMOn May 31, contestants will compete in the first annual Amazing Cape Quest in Provincetown. Teams will begin at Town Hall at Noon then be dispersed to navigate their way through challenges and check-ins in order to be the first to the final destination. Winners will be greeted with prizes including a free weekend stay at one of the event sponsors, Cape Colony Inn.

“I am excited to help coordinate this event in Provincetown, where there is already such a great sense of community. The Amazing Cape Quest is a fun way for people to experience some of the businesses and attractions of the town and also learn a few pieces of trivia they may not have known. We are grateful to sponsors like Cape Colony Inn for their donations in making it possible,” explains Gregory Kiep.

The idea for the event came from a similar one held in Providence, RI each year as a fundraiser. The event producer, Kevin O’Connell, has successfully raised thousands of dollars for two area charities in the years he has been doing it. Kevin will be working with Gregory to create this same success in Provincetown.

In addition to prizes for the first to complete the challenges, contestants will be awarded a special prize for Best Costume. Teams are encouraged to be creative with their clothing while still being able to be a top contender!

As a special addition to the event, donations are being accepted for the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies. The PCCS has worked for over 35 years towards the education and protection of marine mammals and coastline ecosystems. For more about PCCS, visit their website at coastalstudies.org
To sign up for The Amazing Cape Quest, visit capequest.eventbrite.comcapequest.eventbrite.com.
Participation is completely free although donations are accepted for PCCS. Teams will meet at Town Hall on May 31 at Noon with a reception following at the final destination with complimentary refreshments.

Monumental Yard Sale

yard-saleIf you are a treasure seeker, you will want to mark your calendars for this year’s Monumental Yard Sale, which will be held the weekend of May 16-18. This “one man’s trash is another’s treasure” event that started out 14 years ago as a little gathering for stores to liquidate their previous year’s merchandise, takes place at hundreds of homes and businesses throughout Provincetown.

No matter what item you might be looking for, you’re sure to find it at this year’s Monumental Yard Sale. Walk or drive around town and you be amazed at the unique treasures you will discover along the way—from household items to paintings and nautical items. Not only will you find many bargains, but wonderful people and great scenery.

Crafts, art supplies, computers, lawn care and garden tools, cameras, phones, clothing, antiques, baby things and kids toys—name it and you will find it at Provincetown’s Monumental Yard Sale. So plan on making a day or weekend of it and come visit Provincetown, find treasures, enjoy friends and experience the beauty of Provincetown!