Happy Thanksgiving! CP

Looking for something inspiring to do this Thanksgiving (or perhaps looking to avoid unpleasant political discussions)?  Why not come to Ptown?  While the rest of New England is well into drabby and dull season (it really gets brown once all the trees are done with their fall performance), Ptown keeps it festive, colorful, and fun.  With any luck, the weather will still be relatively mild (as it has in past years).

 

The best part is that you can join us, right here at the inn for Thanksgiving dinner.  The Pointe Restaurant is offering a delicious four-course Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 24th from 1-7pm.  Call 508-487-2365 for reservations.  Here are a few other highlights of the holiday weekend to round our your stay:

 

The Annual Lighting of the Pilgrim Monument

Wednesday, Nov 23, 5-7pm

Every year, the Pilgrim Monument is lit to commemorate the Pilgrims’ first Landing in America in November of 1620.  Thanksgiving weekend is a fun one in Ptown, with a 5k race and much more going on.  Visit pilgrim-monument.org for more info.

 

Pilgrim 5K Trot: PAAM Fundraiser

Thursday, Nov 24, 9am

Start your Thanksgiving Day with a 5K race! And best of all, you’ll help raise money for the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.  The route goes from the Sandcastle Resort Club to the PAAM and back to the SRC.  First male and female finishers receive a $100.00 cash prize.  Visit paam.org for more info.

 

Artisan Holiday Fair

Friday, Nov 25 & Saturday, Nov 26, 10 am–4 pm

Sponsored by the Provincetown Lion’s Club, the New Fine Arts and Craft Show at Provincetown Hall will feature footage of Provincetown from the film “Dad, I Wanna Go Fishing” by Peter Cook.   Visit the Lion’s Club Facebook page for more info.

 

Drag Bingo Benefit

Friday, Nov 25, 8-10pm

Dress in your best and play to win! Come to this annual Thanksgiving weekend event at the Paramount at the Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial St.  Hosted by Guthrie Brooks.  Paramount is the largest waterfront nightclub in town.  Proceeds benefit the Provincetown Business Guild, Provincetown’s LGBT business organization.  Visit ptown.org for more info.