Some meetings are in person, some online, and some are both. Go to provincetown-ma.gov and click on the meeting you want to watch to see if a remote option is available.
Thursday, Feb. 10
- Water and Sewer Board, 2 p.m.
- Provincetown Public Pier Corp., 4 p.m.
- Planning Board, 6 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 14
- Select Board, 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 15
- Conservation Commission, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 16
- Historic District Commission, 4 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 17
- Board of Health, 4 p.m.
- Zoning Board of Appeals, 6 p.m.
Free Winter Classes
Winter Whenevers, formerly Winter Wednesdays, a free community program offering in-person and online classes for seven weeks, began on Monday, Feb. 7. But you can join after the class start date. Classes will run through March 24.
Eleven of the classes this season will be held on Zoom, while the three in-person classes are at the Provincetown Schools on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. In-person participants must show proof of vaccination.
Classes include Nature Photography With Your Cell Phone, with Jim Austin; Yoga Flow and Align, with Hannah O’Rourke; and The Art of Dying: Education and Conversation, with Lily House co-founder Dawn Walsh.
The program is mostly facilitated by library staff, said Provincetown Library Director Amy Raff.
To register, see winterwednesdays.org or email [email protected].
The program provides free child care during in-person classes for children ages 5 to 12. Those wanting child care must register at least 24 hours in advance. Cape Cab can provide free rides to participants in Provincetown, Truro, and Wellfleet. Call 508-487-2222 to schedule a ride and mention Winter Whenevers.
Racial Justice Vigil
Racial Justice Provincetown, a community group raising awareness about racism, will be holding a silent vigil on Saturday, Feb.12 from noon to 1 p.m. in front of town hall. Masks are requested at vigils and posters are encouraged.
Silent vigils have been held the first Saturday of each month for about five years, though they have been off and on during the pandemic, said the Rev. Kate Wilkinson of the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome.
The upcoming vigil centers on Black History Month. While posters are available at town hall, Wilkinson encourages people to make their own.
“Last month someone brought a mirror, serving as a reminder of where the work starts,” she said.
This month’s vigil was postponed from Feb. 5 because of weather. —Michaela Chesin