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Bears, Shamrocks, Arts and Sea Creatures

Mid-Late March Activity


March 4th, 2017

Crocuses are peeping, the days turning longer, and the attractions are stirring! From mid-late March, there's something to appeal to every taste.

This film was nominated for seven Academy Awards in 1939, and star Robert Donat won for Best Actor (beating out Laurence Olivier, Clark Gable and James Stewart).

Fans of theater will want visit the Provincetown Library on March 11th for the second installment in their new monthly Play Reading series. The Provincetown Playwrights Lab is producing a series of new works and presenting them free to the public at the library. This month's offering is called “A Conversation with Angela”, in which playwright Christie Hardwick explores the questions about when, how and what to do in the area of social justice. The imaginary conversation is with Angela Davis, the 1960’s civil rights icon and recent author of “Freedom is a Constant Struggle”. Hardwick has served as director, actor and writer in the Playwrights Labs productions over the past 5 years. The title role of “Angela” will be read by local actress Sallie Tighe, a 42 year resident of Cape Cod, who started acting and performing only 9 years ago!

On March 12th, turn those clocks ahead an hour for Daylight Savings Time, and get yourself in sync for the later sunsets of spring and summer!

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A few days later, it's both St. Patrick's Day weekend (why not celebrate the holiday all weekend?) and Out of Hibernation Weekend for our big, furry, bear friends!
If you're in the mood to celebrate your Irish ancestry, there are a number of spots to indulge! Among them the Squealing Pig is known for its colorful mix of locals and tourists, its generous burgers, a big-screen tv for sports fans, and a traditional Irish boiled dinner for St. Paddy's Day! It has an extensive micro brew bottled beer list, as well as drafts. The Shipwreck Lounge at the Brass Key boasts its well-made cocktails, oversized comfy couches, an two resident cats who may deign to keep you company while you enjoy your drink!

The Crown and Anchor is headquarters for the Out of Hibernation Weekend, and is open to everyone! The weekend includes a meet-and-greet event Friday night, a CT Cruisers surprise event from 2-4 pm on Saturday, a “Bears N Boxers” party Saturday night and a Farewell Brunch on Sunday morning! It's a fun weekend for our Bears and locals alike, since they are always such fun-loving, pleasant, polite folks with big appetites for fun and ready smiles!

At Sage Inn, the films in Crone's Winter Film series include the melodrama “Dark Victory” with a young Bette Davis on St. Paddy's Day (for a hearty Irish cry), and “Goodbye Mr. Chips”,on Friday the 24th This film was nominated for seven Academy Awards in 1939, and star Robert Donat won for Best Actor (beating out Laurence Olivier, Clark Gable and James Stewart). “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” is a 1939 British romantic drama directed by Sam Wood and starring Donat as the title character, with Greer Garson as his love interest. Based on the 1934 James Hilton novel of the same name, the film is about an aged school teacher and former headmaster of a boarding school who recalls his career and his personal life over the decades.

On March 29th, Provincetown's highly respected Center for Coastal Studies presents “The Gulf Stream Orphan Project”, at 7 pm at Napi’s Restaurant. Gulf Stream Orphans (GSOs) are larval or juvenile tropical fish that arrive in our waters on the north-flowing Gulf Stream and take refuge in warm estuaries such as Pleasant Bay, presumably dying as the waters cool in winter. The GSO Project is an attempt to learn more about this phenomenon, and all information will be incorporated into a database providing regional institutions, researchers, biologists and oceanographers with clearer understanding of the coastal ecology of the Northeast U.S. Presenter Michael O’Neill is an MS student at UMass Boston, and Owen Nichols is the Director of Marine Fisheries Research at CCS.


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