Seashore Point Programs

Upcoming Programs


CJAZZ! Sunday • October 22 • 3pm Hatches Harbor Room The Cape Conservatory CJazz program enables young musicians a chance to play jazz standards just like professionals on a bandstand. Comfortable with improvisation, performing in a recital, and having fun while they play, CJazz ensembles play all styles of jazz—bebop, swing, Latin, 3/4, smooth, and standards. These groups have performed concerts and even at Governor Baker’s inaugural celebration. Join us as this talented group of students performs: Lucy Pollock on sax, Keb Hutchings-McMahon on guitar, Patrick Igoe on bass, and Olivia Cooper on drums. Program Director Bart Weisman is the bandleader, and is a well-known Cape Cod jazz musician and concert producer.

Past Programs

Jim Broussard - Landscapes & Street Scenes

Hatches Harbor Exhibitions presents - Jim Broussard Landscapes & Street Scenes

Opening - Sunday, October 8th, 2pm

A glance, a familiar view, a pattern of shadow on the street, an instant that jogs the memory - these are the evocative inspirations Jim Broussard uses to make his paintings.  "I head out for the day with an easel...not returning until the paintings are complete.  To evoke a feeling or make a connection through my work is less an exercise in intellect than an experience which invites the viewer to pause,"  he says.  A plein air painter, Jim Broussard's work has shown in Boston, and Oils by the Sea gallery represents him in Provincetown.  His work resides in serveral private collections in the U.S., Europe and Canada.  This exhibition is a collaboration between The Residences at Seashore Point and Oils by the Sea Gallery, and includes talk by gallerist Shirl Roccapriore.  Join us for a reception to mark the occassion! 

Registration is appreciated but not required.

Argentine Tango Workshop

Learn how to Tango from the area's most sought-after teachers - Anita Flejter and Hernan Brizuela.  With their unique approach and teaching methodology, you will be dancing the Tango like a pro...could you be the next winner of the Miraball?  Participation is not required, please feel free to come and watch! 

Open House: The Residences of Seashore Point

OPEN HOUSE:  The Residences at Seashore Point

Come visit to tour the variety of one & two bedroom condominiums available in our 55+ Condominium Community- Concierge Living in the Heart of Provincetown.

A floor plan to suit every lifestyle.

Provincetown and the Birth of the American Theater

In 1915 two married couples vacationing in Provincetown wrote a performed original plays on the veranda of their ocean front cottage. The American theater was never the same. This unassuming performance was the beginning of the Provincetown Players, a theater company most well-known for launching the careers of Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning dramatists Eugene O'Neil and Susan Glaspell as well as for presenting works that not only experimented with expressionistic, futuristic, and surrealistic forms but also examined important political and social issues.

Beth Wynstra teaches courses in American Drama, Acting, Modernism, and Rhetoric at Babson College.

The History Project

The History Project — established in 1980 by a group of historians, activists and archivists — is the only group focused exclusively on preserving the history of Boston’s LGBT community, and on making that history accessible to future generations. This research and preservation is of paramount importance for the LGBT community, which is often excluded from history. In fact, some historians —whether deliberately or negligently— have taken steps to hide or obscure the nature of those contributions.

Neal Kane is a long-standing board member of The History Project, one of the nation’s leading LGBT history organizations.

Swim Seashore Point

Join members of the Swim for Life Team and members of the Seashore Point Community for a celebratory kick off and reception for the 30th Swim for Life.  Our own Mark Boucher (swimmer) and Jan Kelly (volunteer) will inspire you with stories of their own involvement with an event which defines Provincetown’s community spirit.

Reception to follow.

Ella Fitzgerald: Still Going Strong at 100

The First Lady of Song would have been 100 in April 2017- yet her music and her style are still known and still loved by generations.

Join the Boston Conservatory’s Chris Caggiano- a devoted scholar of the American Songbook, in a loving investigation of Ella’s life and legacy.  You’ll leave humming.  

Christopher Caggiano teaches theater courses in musical theater history and musical theater dance history and liberal arts courses in arts criticism at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

Mar-A-Lago: From Marjorie Merriweather Post to Donald Trump

What do President Trump, Post Cereal, actress Dina Merrill and the Hutton family have in common? All of them have a direct connection to the magnificent Mar-A-Lago mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. Richard René Silvin will take the audience back in time, and explore the twists and turns in the history of this unique property.

Richard René Silvin is author and lecturer, who is best known as an expert on Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor, Palm Beach society architect, Addison Mizner, and the 1930s French Line flagship, SS Normandie.

Making Sense of the Contemporary Art Market:  A Discussion of the current market for Post-War & Contemporary Art

Including recent trends, record prices, and as-yet undervalued categories

Ingrid Dudek is a Director of Contemporary Art at Bonhams, based in New York.

All programs are free and open to the public.  For more information, or to enroll:

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