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SERENITY BY THE SEA Provincetown celebrates its 32nd year of recovery, unity, and service for the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-gender, Queer, Questioning) community and all of our friends. Provincetown, Massachusetts is the idyllic backdrop for this amazing 5 days of 12-Step meetings, workshops and activities. Provincetown offers a dynamic setting for our exciting, friendly, and diverse weekend full of recovery, growth and spirituality. Many folks come early and stay late, so come spend the week in Provincetown.

NEW! No registration fees to register online. We're asking everyone to register online before they check in at our registration table. Save time and do it early!

In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint and reduce waste, we have switched to an online programming site. We realize change is hard, thanks for working with us on this. Also, in this modern age, we have added a “check in” for Facebook and Instagram that can be found by typing in “Ptown Roundup.” We notice people taking selfies and posting pictures online to share the Round-up love, for those not at all interested in having their photo taken or shared we’ve implemented a red dot policy. Please put a red dot sticker on your name badge to alert others of your preference to remain anonymous. Red dots can be found at the workshop table.





MISSION STATEMENT
Provincetown Roundup seeks to provide opportunities for those in recovery to come together and share their experience, strength, and hope with each other in a fun atmosphere of fellowship, service, and recovery.
501(c)(3)


ASL & CART SERVICES
Interpretation will be provided at all big meetings in the tent and Promises Meeting. Also available by request at workshop sessions.

ROUNDUP SCHOLARSHIPS
LIMITED scholarships available and MUST be pre-approved. Provide information requested on printable registration form and scan/photograph and send along with a note regarding your situation to: ptownroundup@gmail.com.Scholarships do not include meals or accomodations. If approved, good once every three years. Awardees are requested to serve two service shifts during the weekend.