Outer Cape Tours guide Dennis Minsky is perfectly suited to lead his ecological-based walks, Railway to a Unique Ecosystem and Bay Creatures Great and Small. A biologist and Provincetown resident since 1968, Dennis began his career as a Cape Cod National Seashore field biologist in 1974, when he helped start a seabird nesting protection program. In 1985 he created an environmental studies program for middle schoolers that emphasized the Hudson River ecosystem, a program he continued for 20 years. Minsky has been a naturalist for the Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch and the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies since 1995, educating people about whales and the ocean’s ecosystem. He is an expert birder, a member of the town’s conservation commission and a regular columnist for the Provincetown Independent.
Tiptoe through the daffodils; Provincetown is in bloom.
There’s nothing like having ice cream on a sunny day in Provincetown.
The carriage has been added to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum’s vertical elevator, which is scheduled to start running in June.
The baseball field for the families of the airmen who worked at the North Truro Air Force Station has been transformed into an outdoor theater for Payomet Performing Arts Center. Keep an eye out for programming, which is now being scheduled for the new space.
Did you know that you can actually spend a night at The Race Point Light Station? The keeper’s house, built in 1876, has been completely renovated and can accommodate up to ten guests.
The Provincetown Public Library isn’t simply a place to borrow books—it’s helping locals eat well by providing free fresh produce.
Look out for a different kind of seahorse in Provincetown Bay as the weather warms.
Cape Cod is stunning all year long but there is something special about the serenity and calm beauty during the winter months. Take a look at some of the shots we captured around the Cape over the past few weeks. Do you have any winter shots on Cape Cod? We would love to see them!
There is something special about our Cape Cod community. We were reminded of that in 2020, witnessing a community come together during the pandemic in a safe, cooperative, and yet enjoyable way. We, along with the many businesses in Provincetown remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience regardless of what 2021 holds, and we hope that you make us part of your 2021 plans.
From all of us and the Provincetown community, thank you.