New Year distinguished in Falmouth, Provincetown
December 29, 2016 - storage organizer
Beyond a First Night options on Cape Cod, a dual towns during a impassioned ends of a Cape are carrying less-formal events to ring in a New Year.
Beyond a First Night options on Cape Cod, a dual towns during a impassioned ends of a Cape are carrying less-formal events to ring in a New Year:
In Falmouth: The annual New Year’s Eve Semi-Processional in Falmouth, in a third year, is described as “slightly orderly chaos” and “kind of a peep mob” by organizer Al Moniz, though it’s already turn dear by those involved.
The eventuality is short, informal, fun and early adequate on Saturday eve for people who devise to be there, or who only join in during a final minute, to get to other New Year’s Eve plans.
Walkers, jugglers and performers will accumulate during 7 p.m. during a kiosk during Town Hall Square, start walking along Main Street and creation sound during about 7:30 p.m. The march – which all are acquire to join – stops for some performances, including juggling, maybe a skit, maybe some singing during Academy Lane and presumably quickly during other spots.
When this initial started, Moniz says, he wanted to keep things simple, so contacted jugglers he knew, got colorful hats from internal artists, and former First Night organizer Tom Pucci pulled some hulk puppets out of storage. The eventuality has grown a bit any year, though Moniz and others are happy to keep it “loosey-goosey.”
“The whole thing was 45 or 50 minutes, everybody desired it, there were families, it was participatory, it was low-impact,” Moniz says in a phone interview. “If it’s unequivocally cold, I’ll adjust it and make it shorter. … We don’t do that much, so if it’s raining out or snowing out or frozen out, c’est la vie.”
In Provincetown: The First Light activities around city extend from Thursday night by Monday, and embody parties, family activities and markets and fireworks during eve on Sunday’s New Year’s night.
Other highlights embody parties, events and concerts during a Crown Anchor, Sage Provincetown Inn Lounge and a A House; a “Rat Pack Is Back” Vegas-style uncover during Provincetown Theater, 238 Bradford St.; and a First Light Family Pizza Dinner, 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, and a PJ Movie Night Sing-Along, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, during The Provincetown Public Library, 356 Commercial St.
There will be a “Sound of Music Sing-along” with a Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, with “props” swag bags accessible and a dress competition for best overall, best nuns and best family correspondence during 8 p.m. Friday during Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial St. Movie-style concessions will be available; tickets are $20; it’s giveaway for ages 5-13, though they contingency be accompanied by adults.
Other events: a Provincetown Farmer’s Market, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday inside city hall; a Canteen Holiday Market (221 Commercial St.), 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with food, drinks, artisans’ work and performers, and festivities for a final night of Hanukkah; “Wicked Winter Wonderland,” an interactive trepidation obstruction built around a story of Santa’s elves left rogue, 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday during The Art House, 214 Commercial St.
Sunday events embody a pajama brunch during Mews Restaurant Cafe; a Polar Bear Plunge during a Johnson Street lot for a drop in a bay during high waves (gathering during noon, thrust during 1 p.m.), followed by a warm-up and chili during a Harbor Lounge, to advantage AIDS Support Group; and a film screening during Waters Edge Cinema (237 Commercial St.) of “All We Had,” afterwards a accepting with author/screenwriter Annie Weatherwax during Sage, 336 Commercial St. A First Light food court, with entertainment, will be set adult during a Crown Anchor from 4 to 7 p.m. to coincide with fireworks festivities.