The 7th Annual Charitable Art Auction features works by emerging local artists as well as established Lower and Outer Cape artists. The money raised by sales is distributed by St. Mary’s of the Harbor Episcopal Church to local and international charities that support those facing hunger, homelessness, and health needs as well as providing income and an outlet for non-galleried artists to show their work. There is a $10 paddle charge to bidders.
The event is on Saturday, July 16 at the Church of St. Mary’s on the Harbor, 517 Commercial St. with a reception and registration at 5:30 p.m. and auction at
Artists interested in donating work to the auction may drop off work on Monday, June 27 at the church parish hall between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. All work must be framed and ready for hanging. The artist may choose to donate 100% or 50% of the sale to the outreach mission. Emerging artists are especially encouraged to participate. Questions may be directed to Mark Weinress ([email protected] ) and Priscilla Jacket ([email protected]).
Food for Kids at the Provincetown Public Library Begins Monday, June 27
For the second consecutive summer, the Provincetown Public Library will proudly partner with Project Bread’s Food for Kids to serve as a host site for the Summer Food Service Program for Lower/Outer Cape Cod. The Library will host the program five days per week (Monday-Friday) from June 27 to August 26. Any child in town, local or visiting, can visit the Library lawn anytime from 12 – 1 p.m. for a free, healthy bag lunch. The Library will surround the lunch hour with free, enriching children’s programs in order to maximize the impact of this excellent initiative.
“Year one of the Food for Kids initiative in Provincetown was an overwhelming success for the Library with a total of over 300 lunches distributed,” says Library Director Matt Clark. “The program also enhanced the Library’s ability to foster good will within the community as many days we were able to pair the lunches with free books, prizes, or family-oriented programming.”
Project Bread is committed to providing people of all ages, cultures, and walks of life with sustainable, reliable access to nutritious food in the belief the opposite of hungry is not simply full, but healthy. The purpose of Project Bread’s Food for Kids Program is to ensure children in Massachusetts have access to nutritious, healthy food during the summertime.
The Provincetown Community Television (PTV) Board of Directors announced that Amy Davies is the station’s new executive director. Davies, currently the Director of Public Access for PTV, was chosen for her background in journalism, her knowledge of video production, and her experience working across the Cape in public access television. The Board’s vote was unanimous.
“Amy was our top candidate due to her multifaceted background, her professionalism, and her expertise of the inner workings of the station – in addition, she possesses a disciplined and contemplative approach to the business and mission of PTV,” said Bob Klytta, President of the PTV Board of Directors. “Amy is the right person to lead PTV going forward.”
Davies is an award-winning video producer specializing in local storytelling. She has been a videographer and producer on Cape Cod for nearly 20 years. She started her career with Cape 11 News covering spot, politics, and sports. Davies also reported for News Radio WXTK and WQRC.
When she joined the staff of the Cape Cod Community Media Center, Davies produced, directed, and shot several documentaries for local nonprofits and a bimonthly magazine known as All Access Cape Cod. She taught video classes and assisted community members with public access television programs. She has also held positions at Mashpee TV and the Town of Dennis.
As Director of Public Access, Davies produced programming for the Provincetown community and special projects for nonprofits, trained PTV members in all aspects of production, arranged sponsorship opportunities for the organization, and coordinated volunteer production crews for television programs as well as many other duties for PTV.