WOMEN’S WEEK 2021 – LIVE & IN PERSON!

This is the bulk of this year’s schedule. More events, especially author events, will continue to be added.  Please check back regularly.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2021

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM & 2PM | Whale Watching on the Dolphin Fleet
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: Seasick, The Love Spell, Now You See Us, Baby Grief, Girls Shouldn’t Walk Alone At Night, Lina, Bing! Bang! Bi! (75 min)

4:30PM |  Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers 

6PM | Whitney: The Music of Whitney Houston
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
MikeMRF and long-time collaborator, Sheree Marcelle, are joined by full band to tribute the legacy of Whitney Houston. Sheree does the impossible of singing Whitney’s vocals while Mike music-directs the band. This tribute explores the connection of LGBTQ spaces and Whitney.

7PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: ALONG CAME WANDA 
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The latest lesbian love story that is taking film festivals by storm. A memory jogged by a teapot from an old lover quickly turns into an adventure of discovery for Mary Beth Higgins and her new found friend Wanda as they hit the road in Wanda’s RV/Soup Truck.

7:30PM | Variety Hour
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
Queens, Queens and another Queen. With a blend of Live Vocals, lip Sync, Comedy, Burlesque, and everything in-between, this hour-long Variety show will feature some of the best entertainers, Pageant Queens and title holders this country has to offer.

9PM |  Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM & 2PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

6PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Family Game Night: A Benefit Play Reading starring Kathleen Turner
Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street • $40/$45/$50  Buy tickets!
Kathleen Turner heads this benefit reading of a dark ensemble comedy from local playwright Peter Kennedy about a family board game night that goes off the rails. What starts out as a mildly irritating board game featuring glitter and Grim Reaper hand puppets suddenly turns darker as three generations of the Morton family struggle with articulating wildly different views about their individual end of life (and afterlife) choices. In poignant flash forwards, we begin to see the endgame of how those choices will eventually play out.
Proof of vaccination is required and masks will be mandatory for all patrons while unseated.

7PM | Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (SHORT DOCUMENTARY) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS 

Waters Edge Cinema 2, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

7:30PM | Variety Hour
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
Queens, Queens and another Queen. With a blend of Live Vocals, lip Sync, Comedy, Burlesque, and everything in-between, this hour-long Variety show will feature some of the best entertainers, Pageant Queens and title holders this country has to offer.

9PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM & 2PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

12-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4PM | Lisa Bello & Mike Flanagan – Tom Boy
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
OUTmusic Award-winning, Lennon Award-winning and 3x Billboard-charting duo, Lisa Bello and MikeMRF have been collaborators for over a decade. The pair toured the U.S. and London with Lisa’s 2018 release, TOMMY BOY (Tom Boy) and they are dong a special Women’s Week performance of the project.

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: THIS IS JESSICA
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $10 Buy tickets! Q&A w/ Filmmaker Andrea Meyerson, and the film’s subject, Jessica Bair
From her earliest years, when Jessica Bair was being raised as a boy named Jonathan, she knew she was a girl. But born into the Mormon church, she also knew that admitting this out loud could cause her to lose everything—her family, her faith, her life on earth and her eternal soul. (Not Rated, 85 min)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

6:30PM | Melissa Ferrick
Art House, 214 Commercial Street • Get tickets!
The incomparable Melissa Ferrick is an eight-time Boston Music Award winner and regarded by the industry and her peers as one of the most prolific and hardworking artists in the business. She tours regularly and plays throughout North America, performing upwards of 100 shows a year. She has shared the stage with Morrissey, Marc Cohn, Paul Westerberg, Dwight Yoakam, John Hiatt, Weezer, Tegan and Sara, G-Love & Special Sauce, Bob Dylan, Dan Bern, Ani DiFranco, k.d. Lang, Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, Joan Armatrading, Mike Doughty, The Indigo Girls and many others.

7PM | LEWIS & LIBERACE! Zoë Lewis and David Maiocco
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $30 Get tickets!
Two wonderful performers join forces to give you an action packed and highly entertaining hour of glitz, glamor and ivory tickling extraordinaire! They’re magic!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street, 3rd floor • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

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MONDAY, October 11, 2021  

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

10AM & 2PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-5PM | L Word Generation Q Watch Party: Season 1, Episodes 1-4
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25

2PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

4PM |Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (Q &A With Filmmakers Rivkah Beth Meadow, Jen Rainin, & Lea Delaria In Attendance) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema 1, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: BE NATURAL: THE UNTOLD STORY OF ALICE GUY-BLACHE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Narrated by Jody Foster with wide-ranging interviews from Ava DuVernay and Geena Davis to Ben Kingsley this film explores Alice Guy-Blaché – the most famous filmmaker you may have never heard of. By many accounts she is not only the first female director but perhaps the first fiction film director of all time. She would go on to make over 1000 films that enjoyed tremendous praise in her native France and later in the US when she immigrated to head her own studio. Sadly, her achievements have mostly been lost to history. Given the #metoo and #timesup movements, one can only imagine how different our industry and world may have been had the legacy of this progenitor of cinema been acknowledged. (Not Rated, 103 mins)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5PM | ZOË & ZUKERMAN! Zoë Lewis and Natalia Zukerman
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Great song-writing, incredible musicianship and pure joy when these 2 share the stage! Jazz, sultry blues, lap-steel guitar, sexy and sensational!

5:30PM | Comedian Judy Gold in “Yes I Can Say That!’
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN (Theatrical Premiere Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter in Attendance)
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

8-10 PM | Women’s Week Opening Party
WayDownTown, 265 Commercial Street • Free event
Start the week off by gathering with women who have come to share the week! Complimentary Appetizer. Cash Bar. Listen to WDT’s favorite DJ, Leah V.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier |  $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-5PM | L Word Generation Q Watch Party: Season 1, Episodes 5-8
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

3PM | Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (SHORT DOCUMENTARY) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets! Q&A with Filmmakers Rivkah Beth Medow, Jen Rainin, Lea Delaria, Erica Rose, and Elina Street
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN (Theatrical Premiere Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter in Attendance)
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25/$35  Get tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: CLAMBAKE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts a historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. (Not Rated, 92 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-3PM | Lesbo Bingo! #1
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 in advance  Get tickets!
Laugh and Dab your way to fabulous prizes with hilarious LESBO hosts Vickie Shaw and Andrea Meyerson!  Our bingos sold out last Women’s Week and will sell out again. A benefit to support the continuation of Women’s Week. Masks required.

1-5PM | L Word Generation Q Watch Party: Season 2, Episodes 1-4
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

2PM | Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (SHORT DOCUMENTARY) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: ALONG CAME WANDA 
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members
The latest lesbian love story that is taking film festivals by storm. A memory jogged by a teapot from an old lover quickly turns into an adventure of discovery for Mary Beth Higgins and her new found friend Wanda as they hit the road in Wanda’s RV/Soup Truck.

4PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN (Theatrical Premiere Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter in Attendance) Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: THIS IS JESSICA Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $10 Buy tickets! Q&A w/ Filmmaker Andrea Meyerson, and the film’s subject, Jessica Bair  Buy tickets!
From her earliest years, when Jessica Bair was being raised as a boy named Jonathan, she knew she was a girl. But born into the Mormon church, she also knew that admitting this out loud could cause her to lose everything—her family, her faith, her life on earth and her eternal soul. (Not Rated, 85 min)

5:30PM | Women’s Week Clambake
Poolside/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $75  Buy tickets
The Clambake takes place on the tented, harbor front pool deck of the Crown & Anchor. Choose an entree of Lobster, Steak or Chicken. Each comes with clam chowder, traditional Clambake fixings; clams, mussels, potatoes, sausage & corn-on-the-cob, plus cornbread and desert. Your choice of an ABSOLUT cocktail, wine, beer or soda is included. Price includes tax & gratuity.

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!

6PM | Filmmaker Panel, Event & Fundraiser: Chris McCarthy in conversation w/ The Filmmakers and Families of IT’S NOT A BURDEN
P.A.A.M – Provincetown Art Association & Museum, 460 Commercial Street • $50 | Seating is Limited  Buy tickets!
Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green, Evette Ramirez, Ilene Mitnick & Alli Baldwin talk about the Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents – Each attendee will receive a special gift.

7PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

7PM | Vickie Shaw is Rantin & Ravin
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer 
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

7:30PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25/$35  Get tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

8:30PM | Women’s Week “IDOL”  
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 General Admission/$35 VIP preferred seating  Get tickets now! This event will sell out.
Sold out shows every year! Come to perform or just to watch one of the funniest shows you’ve ever seen. Hosted by a panel of hilarious celebrity judges! For your shot at stardom and a cash prize arrive at 7:30PM if you want to perform.

8:30PM | Comedian Judy Gold in “Yes I Can Say That!’
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $435
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1-5PM | L Word Generation Q Watch Party: Season 2, Episodes 5-8
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street

1-5PM | 31st Annual Women’s Week Arts & Crafts Show! Preview Sale
Unitarian Meeting House, 236 Commercial Street • Free event
Don’t miss handmade arts and crafts and delightful gift items from top Cape Cod and New England artisans.

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

2PM | Film Screening: CLAMBAKE plus Q&A with Filmmaker Andrea Meyerson in Attendance
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts a historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. (Not Rated, 92 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25/$35  Get tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

4PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN Theatrical Premiere plus Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY w/ Q&A with Filmmaker Kathryn Beranich
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Vickie Shaw is Rantin & Ravin
Poolside/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Film Screening: BE NATURAL: THE UNTOLD STORY OF ALICE GUY-BLACHE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Narrated by Jody Foster with wide-ranging interviews from Ava DuVernay and Geena Davis to Ben Kingsley this film explores Alice Guy-Blaché – the most famous filmmaker you may have never heard of. By many accounts she is not only the first female director but perhaps the first fiction film director of all time. She would go on to make over 1000 films that enjoyed tremendous praise in her native France and later in the US when she immigrated to head her own studio. Sadly, her achievements have mostly been lost to history. Given the #metoo and #timesup movements, one can only imagine how different our industry and world may have been had the legacy of this progenitor of cinema been acknowledged. (Not Rated, 103 mins)

7:30PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

7:30PM | Anne Steele: The Remix
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
An OUT multi award-winning singer/ songwriter and recording artist from NYC will take you back to classics you know and love but with a 2021 twist. From the 70’s to the 80’s and 90’s and onto today’s music, and from big belty uptempos to tender ballads, this is a ONE NIGHT ONLY show you will not want to miss!

8PM | SPEAKEASY NIGHT with Zoë Lewis and the Bootleggers!
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $30  Get tickets!
Come back in time with us to the gay golden age the flapper! Zoë is joined by a spiffy 1920’s prohibition era jazz band and a ton of delectable guest crooners especially for women’s week! Saucy sailors, divine damsels, top hats, bathtub gin and the Gorgeous Cigarette Girl of course! It’s the bee’s knees. Feel free to dress in era costume.

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

1-3PM | Lesbo Bingo! #2
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25 in advance  Get tickets!
Laugh and Dab your way to fabulous prizes!  Bingo sold out last Women’s Week and will sell out again. Masks required.

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

2-4PM | 10th Annual Women On A Roll Party 
Anchor Inn Beach House, 175 Commercial Street • Free event
Complimentary appetizers and beverages. Fabulous giveaways all day, including a 3-night stay at the Anchor Inn Beach House.

2PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (SHORT DOCUMENTARY) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

3-5PM | BRIGHT & EARLY PARTY
Poolside deck at The Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10
For those of you who’d like to dance early, and/or outside, this one’s for you!  Presented by Provincetown For Women & Lesbian NightLife.  Proof of vaccination required; masks while not consuming beverages.

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4-6PM | Sunset Dune Tour
Tickets: $69 Buy here or call 508-246-2082
“The highlight of our vacation!” Take a just-us-women, chartered, 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore dunes, then watch the sun set over the ocean. Beach refreshments are included. Get your tickets now; this event always sells out!

4PM | BETTY
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
The original pop rock band fronted by Alyson Palmer and sisters Elizabeth and Amy Ziff. The band’s heartfelt passion and signature sound of soaring harmonies, lively melodies and clever lyrics layered over strong grooves create an energetic, boundary-pushing live show that is a popular attraction worldwide. Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), Alyson (vocals, bass) and Amy (vocals, cello) are the singer/songwriters and arrangers. At times, the trio augments their sound with other instrumentalists live, and with guest artists.

4PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN (Theatrical Premiere w/ Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY and Q&A with Filmmaker Kathryn L. Beranich
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5PM | Marieann Meringolo “Here’s To The Ladies! A Salute To Great Ladies in Song”
Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!
Marieann Meringolo is a native New Yorker who grew up on the songs of the Great American Songbook. She has been called “One of the circuit’s most powerful singers” and Time Out New York claimed, “If k.d. lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbra Streisand’s in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo.”

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Vickie Shaw is Rantin & Ravin  
Poolside/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

6:30PM | MAIDEN VOYAGE – Concert Presentation of a New Musical
The Art House, 214 Commercial Street • $20 Get tickets!
New Works Provincetown presents a concert presentation of a new musical MAIDEN VOYAGE with book & lyrics by Mindi Dickstein (Little Women, Benny & Joon, Toy Story – The Musical) and music by Carmel Dean (Well Behaved Women & Renascence). Starring Tony Nominee Jenn Colella (Come From Away & If/Then) and Hannah Corneau (Elphaba in Broadway’s Wicked), this work is inspired by the true story of the 1989-1990 Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race, in which the first ever all-female sailing team found the grit and determination needed to conquer the seas – and made history. Music Director is Kristin Stowell. Proof of vaccination and masks required for entry.

7PM | Comedian Judy Gold in “Yes I Can Say That!’
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!

7PM | Film Screening: INVISIBLE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: CLAMBAKE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Documenting Women’s Week in Provincetown, this 30-year journey of archival footage, photos and interviews with celebrities and organizers casts a historical and hysterical look at what a few innovative women can accomplish. (Not Rated, 92 min)

7:30PM| Fiona Goodwin in “A Very British Lesbian”
Pilgrim House, 336 Commercial Street • $25/$35  Get tickets!
A solo play about saving one’s own life. Confession: Fiona Goodwin is British. Very. And also, she’s a lesbian. Very. Her religion, family and country urge her to be straight. Ms. Goodwin, however, has other urges that involve rescuing pretty maidens. Despite religious exorcisms, a lifetime of jungian analysis, dating countless beautiful but unavailable women and one very available but sweaty man, Fiona Goodwin is and always will be a very British lesbian. And you have been invited to her coming out party.

7:30PM | Suede in Concert
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $45  Get tickets
Headliner with Melissa Etheridge & Sarah McLachlan. Joan Rivers’ opening act! Come see why! TWO SHOWS ONLY

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | RECONVENE: Friday Night Women’s Week Dance Party
Paramount at Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10  Get tickets!
Presented by Provincetown For Women & Lesbian NightLife.  Proof of vaccination required; masks while not consuming beverages.

10PM | The Drag-In w/ Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Get tickets!

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2021

Daily: 11AM-4PM | WOMEN’S WEEK HEADQUARTERS
256 Commercial Street
Pick up your Women’s Week Program Book/Schedule, ask any questions you may have, and buy raffle tickets to help support Women’s Week.

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

9AM | Annual Women’s Week Golf Tournament
Chequessett Yacht and Country Club, Wellfleet • $125 includes green fees, golf cart, and lunch; $100 for Chequessett Club members  Reserve your space now!
The Golf Outing is like no other. Start your day with other Women’s Week participants and coffee, then on to a shotgun start for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Festivities, a cash bar and plenty of prizes!

9:30-11AM | All-Women’s Dune Tour
Reserve now for a special 90-minute, just-us-women, chartered 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore. $49 Buy tickets here or call 508.246.2082 Get tickets early: this event will sell out.

11AM-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits Tastings
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

2PM | MAIDEN VOYAGE – Concert Presentation of a New Musical
The Art House, 214 Commercial Street • $20 Get tickets!
New Works Provincetown presents a concert presentation of a new musical MAIDEN VOYAGE with book & lyrics by Mindi Dickstein (Little Women, Benny & Joon, Toy Story – The Musical) and music by Carmel Dean (Well Behaved Women & Renascence). Starring Tony Nominee Jenn Colella (Come From Away & If/Then) and Hannah Corneau (Elphaba in Broadway’s Wicked), this work is inspired by the true story of the 1989-1990 Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race, in which the first ever all-female sailing team found the grit and determination needed to conquer the seas – and made history. Music Director is Kristin Stowell. Proof of vaccination and masks required for entry.

2PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN Theatrical Premiere and Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: THIS IS JESSICA
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $12|Seniors $10|Members $10 Buy tickets! Q&A w/ Filmmaker Andrea Meyerson, and the film’s subject, Jessica Bair
From her earliest years, when Jessica Bair was being raised as a boy named Jonathan, she knew she was a girl. But born into the Mormon church, she also knew that admitting this out loud could cause her to lose everything—her family, her faith, her life on earth and her eternal soul. (Not Rated, 85 min)

4-6PM | Sunset Dune Tour
Tickets: $69 Buy here or call 508-246-2082
“The highlight of our vacation!” Take a just-us-women, chartered, 4×4 driving tour of the breathtaking dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore dunes, then watch the sun set over the ocean. Beach refreshments are included. Get your tickets now; this event always sells out!

4PM | BETTY
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets!
The original pop rock band fronted by Alyson Palmer and sisters Elizabeth and Amy Ziff. The band’s heartfelt passion and signature sound of soaring harmonies, lively melodies and clever lyrics layered over strong grooves create an energetic, boundary-pushing live show that is a popular attraction worldwide. Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), Alyson (vocals, bass) and Amy (vocals, cello) are the singer/songwriters and arrangers. At times, the trio augments their sound with other instrumentalists live, and with guest artists.

4-7PM | Tea Dance
The Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4PM | Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Lesbian Bar Project is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
Ahead of The Curve With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

4:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier | $50
Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

5:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

6PM | Vickie Shaw is Rantin & Ravin
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets
“The funniest comedian EVER!” She said so herself!

7PM | Jenn Colella
The Art House, 222 Commercial Street • $25, $35, $50 Get tickets!
Mark Cortale & BROADWAY @ THE ART HOUSE are proud to present Tony Nominee JENN COLELLA (Come From Away) featuring Carmel Dean as pianist.
Jenn Recently starred in the Tony Award-winning smash hit musical Come From Away as ‘Beverley/Annette and others,’ in a performance that garnered her 2017 Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards and a 2017 Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, as well as Craig Noel, Helen Hayes and Dora Awards for pre-Broadway productions of Come From Away. She has been previously seen on Broadway in If/Then, Chaplin, High Fidelity and Urban Cowboy (Outer Critics Circle Award nomination), Off-Broadway in Beebo Brinker Chronicles, Lucky Guy, Slut and Closer Than Ever. Jenn’s select regional credits include Come From Away (La Jolla Playhouse, Ford’s Theatre, Toronto), Peter Pan (Sacramento Music Circus & PCLO) and Side Show (Kennedy Center). TV credits include “Feed the Beast,” “Elementary,” “All My Children,” “Rescue Me,” “The Good Wife,” The Code, Madam Secretary, and Evil. She has been seen on film in Uncertainty. Proof of vaccination and masks required for entry.

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screenings: ILONA UPSTAIRS (Short Documentary) plus Q&A with Filmmaker Melissa Hammel and INVISIBLE (Feature Documentary)
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Ilona, Upstairs illustrates how we recreate ourselves in response to our past. It is a portrait of an artist; a glimpse at a butterfly who wants no association with her life as a caterpillar. In this mixed format documentary Ilona R. Smithkin sings, dances, orates, paints, swims, and smells the roses, but will not, under any circumstances, face the specifics of her painful past. PFS celebrates Ilona, an icon of Provincetown whose long, incredible life and talents blessed friends around the globe and in this community until her death August 1st of this year. (Not Rated, 25 min)
Invisible Contemporary country music is finally coming out of the closet. The contributions of lesbian singer-songwriters are generally not the first thing that come to mind in the arena of country music, but some of the greatest hits in the genre are the work of gay women writing, producing, and persevering in an extremely traditional and corporate industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret for fear of committing career suicide. (Not Rated 107 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

7:30PM | Suede in Concert
Paramount/Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $45  Get tickets!
Direct from headlining with Melissa Etheridge and Sarah McLachlan, she was also Joan Rivers’ opening act. Come see why!

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers

9PM | OUT: Saturday Night Women’s Week Dance Party
Paramount at Crown & Anchor, 247 Commercial Street • $10  Get tickets!
Presented by Provincetown For Women & Lesbian NightLife.  Proof of vaccination required; masks while not consuming beverages.

10PM | Women’s Week Password
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2021

Daily: 10AM-6PM | WOMEN’S WEEK SOUVENIRS
Birdie’s, 355 Commercial Street
Get your official commemorative Women’s Week T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, bags and more!

12-5PM | Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits
11 Shore Road (Route 6A), Truro
Member of the Cape Cod Craft Beverage Trail, locally produced white and red wines, along with rums and gin. Tastings every half hour. A quick, 10-minute drive from Ptown.

12:30PM | Crisp Autumn Sailing on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $45
Exhilarating and fun! Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

1:30PM | Whale Watching 
Dolphin Fleet on MacMillan Pier • $55-$65
Don’t miss some of the best whale watching in the world! “BEST WHALE WATCH: FLUKES DOWN, THE DOLPHIN FLEET.” – Rolling Stone Magazine Book reservations online or call 508-240-3636.

2PM |Film Screening: THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT (SHORT DOCUMENTARY) & AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
THE LESBIAN BAR PROJECT is a campaign created by Erica Rose and Elina Street to “celebrate, support, and preserve the remaining lesbian bars in the US.” The project launched on October 28, 2020 with a PSA video narrated by Lea DeLaria that announced a 30-day fundraising campaign to support what were thought to be the last 15 lesbian bars left in the country (Not Rated 20 min)
AHEAD OF THE CURVE With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. (Not Rated 98 min)

2:30PM | Film Screening: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY plus Q&A with Filmmaker Kathryn L. Beranich
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • $11 Matinee/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
In the 1980’s, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. (Not Rated, 62 min)

2:30PM | Jennie McNulty & Mimi Gonzalez
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Get tickets!
Stand up, stories, improv, poetry, laughter and more laughter.

4PM | BETTY
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25/$35  Buy tickets!
The original pop rock band fronted by Alyson Palmer and sisters Elizabeth and Amy Ziff. The band’s heartfelt passion and signature sound of soaring harmonies, lively melodies and clever lyrics layered over strong grooves create an energetic, boundary-pushing live show that is a popular attraction worldwide. Elizabeth (vocals, guitar), Alyson (vocals, bass) and Amy (vocals, cello) are the singer/songwriters and arrangers. At times, the trio augments their sound with other instrumentalists live, and with guest artists.

4PM | Film Screening: IT’S NOT A BURDEN (Theatrical Premiere plus Q&A with Filmmakers Michelle Boyaner, Barbara Green and Wendy Zipes Hunter
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents. A feature-length documentary that provides an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges and joys of adult children caring for their aging parents. (Not Rated, 86 min)

4-7PM | Solid Gold Tea Dance
Boatslip, 161 Commercial Street

4:30PM | Sunset Sail on the Bay Lady II
9 MacMillan Pier • $50
Watch the sun set over the bay. Book Reservations Online or call 508.487.9308

4:30PM | Film Screening: ALONG CAME WANDA
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
The latest lesbian love story that is taking film festivals by storm. A memory jogged by a teapot from an old lover quickly turns into an adventure of discovery for Mary Beth Higgins and her new found friend Wanda as they hit the road in Wanda’s RV/Soup Truck.

5:30PM | Comedian Judy Gold in “Yes I Can Say That!’
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25  Buy tickets!

7PM | Suzanne Westenhoefer
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25 Buy tickets!
Stand up comedy like no other!

7PM | Film Screening: LADY BUDS
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
Six courageous women come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the newly legal market. With deep-pocketed corporations taking over the industry, these trailblazers risk everything to make their American Dream come true in the very market they helped create. (Not Rated, 96 min)

7:30PM | Film Screening: PROVINCETOWN FILM SOCIETY SHORTS PROGRAM
Waters Edge Cinema, 237 Commercial Street • 14 Adults/ $12 Seniors/ $10 Members  Buy tickets!
An exciting program of diverse short films by emerging female filmmakers: SEASICK, THE LOVE SPELL, NOW YOU SEE US, BABY GRIEF, GIRLS SHOULDN’T WALK ALONE AT NIGHT, LINA, BING! BANG! BI! (75 min).

8:30PM | Poppy Champlin Comedy Show
Post Office Cabaret, 303 Commercial Street • $25
“Funny stuff, really funny.”  – Joan Rivers