The Generations Project is coming to Provincetown!
On October 22nd, The Generations Project will be coming to Ptown to seek storytellers, Ptown lovers, and local leaders to help us explore the rich history and culture of Ptown, in order to bridge the missing history among the LGBTQ generations who have lived here and visit PTown.
The Generations Project has been formulating teams to help us build this new bridge between the many generations of Ptown lovers. We can not do this without the help of the wonderful people who love Ptown for what it is. We need your help in order to create a unique experience dedicated to Provincetown, thus making the PTown Project here a success!
While here, we also will be filming a Ptown Generations Project Promo Video to help with future fundraising events and to promote our coming to Provincetown in the Summer of 2017. Rick Murray, from The Crown and Anchor, has graciously donated 3 nights next summer 2017, at the Paramount, for The Project to hold its Ptown Project events.
The Generations Ptown Project Get-Together
Saturday, October 22nd, 2016
4pm to 7pm.
157-A Commercial St, unit 3 (home of Alfred Famiglietti)
More Info Here
Alfred’s home is on the building’s third floor. His home is on the water, at the end of the alley, on the west side of the BoatSlip Resort. It is behind the old Martin House Restaurant. One should enter from the driveway side of the building and use the stairway there, not the staircase visible from the alley. There will be free beverages and light snacks provided at the event.
We won’t be able to do this without the support of our Provincetown LGBTQ communities. Hope to see you there for this exciting event!
Please go to our website, https://thegenerationsproject.info, for more information about The Generations Project.
Please RSVP at Alfred’s email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Unable to attend? You can always donate here.
Executive Director, The Generations Project
Organizer & Member Ptown Committee