Words We Live By - New Work by Jennie Edgar - Opening Reception
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

Words We Live By - New Work by Jennie Edgar - Opening Reception

Cape Cod artist, Jennie Edgar, is a writer and visual artist with a research and concept-driven practice. She is curious about the rhythms of the ordinary, how we attune ourselves to the resonances of things, the ways meaning is constructed, and, in theorist Kathleen Stewart's words, how the writer or artist can render "the somethings that feel like something."

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The Captain's Daughters Talk Tea at The Truro Library
Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

The Captain's Daughters Talk Tea at The Truro Library

On Wednesday October 10th at 6pm, The Truro Public Library again welcomes The Captain's Daughters, who will discuss the pleasures and powers of teas and custom tea blending, as well as offer a complimentary tea tasting, brewed onsite, as well as the opportunity to blend your own custom tea sample to take home. Don't miss this special opportunity to talk tea and entrepreneurship on the Outer Cape. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Truro Public Library. 

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Sep
23
12:00 PM12:00

Tea + Tarot: Sunday Edition!

The Captain's Daughters are thrilled to welcome back NOLA TAROT by JP for his second season of Tea + Tarot. Enjoy a 15-minute intuitive reading in our sunny window over looking the bay while sipping on a complimentary cup of tea.

Advance RSVP is strongly encouraged. Reserve your spot by calling 744-593-3010 or emailing info@captainsdaughters.com. Cost is $30 and spaces are limited! 

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The Captain's Daughters set sail for Newport Food and Wine Festival
Sep
22
4:00 PM16:00

The Captain's Daughters set sail for Newport Food and Wine Festival

Kristen Coates welcomes The Captain's Daughters for a tea tasting and trunk show during the annual Newport Food and Wine Festival. Join us at the Kristen Coates Flagship location at Bowen's Wharf from 4 - 7pm on Saturday September 22nd, 2018 for Tea Cocktails and more. 

In addition to showcasing The Captain's Daughters tea in her shop, Kristen Coates will have her usual assortment of fresh flowers, artisan made gifts, home goods, and original art. 

 

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The Captain's Daughters Talk Tea at The Provincetown Library
Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

The Captain's Daughters Talk Tea at The Provincetown Library

Join Dani Niedzielski and Meghan O’Connor, the duo behind the popular Provincetown tea shop The Captain's Daughters, at the Provincetown Public Library on Thursday, September 20 at 6:00 pm for a discussion on everything tea. 

Dani and Meghan will discuss the pleasures and powers of teas and custom blending, as well as offer a complimentary blended tea sampling, brewed onsite. Don't miss this special opportunity to talk tea and entrepreneurship!

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Fireside Chat at Firsthand Supply in Beverly, MA
Sep
7
6:00 PM18:00

Fireside Chat at Firsthand Supply in Beverly, MA

The Captain's Daughters join Firsthand Supply founders Josh Hester and Felipe Inacio for a Fireside Chat at their studio in Beverly, Massachusetts. Meghan and Dani, founders of The Captain's Daughters, will give a fireside chat on the ins and outs of owning a small business, what it's like to leave corporate life behind and share about our journey into entrepreneurship. 

Guests will enjoy complimentary snacks, drinks from a local brewery, and hand-crafted tea cocktails. Q&A to follow moderated discussion. 

This event requires RSVP. Please email info@captainsdaughters.com to be included in our guest list. 

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Dockside Brunch with Moment Sailing and Respoke Espadrilles: Invite Only
Sep
2
11:00 AM11:00

Dockside Brunch with Moment Sailing and Respoke Espadrilles: Invite Only

The Captain's Daughters are setting sail with Respoke Espadrilles and Moment Sailing Yacht to offer a very special Sunday Brunch. Guests will join us dockside at Long Point Marina for a VIP tour of Moment sailing yacht, a trunk show of Respoke espadrilles and wears, and enjoy a sampling of tea cocktails and brunch bites. 

This VIP event is invite only. To RSVP please email info@captainsdaughters.com 

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William von der Heydt: High-Key Provincetown Paintings, A Retrospective
Aug
31
6:00 PM18:00

William von der Heydt: High-Key Provincetown Paintings, A Retrospective

Provincetown painter, William von der Heydt, finds solace in the dunes of Cape Cod's National Seashore. Trekking out in all weather to paint en plein air, Von der Heydt paints the dunes not in perfect representation but in high-key abstraction, choosing to render the feeling of our fragile landscape in a beautiful display of color. 

Originally William von der Heydt washed ashore in Provincetown after studying at the Art Students League in New York and visiting Cape Cod to study under Henry Hensche at the Cape Cod School of Art. 

Join us for a retrospective of William von der Heydt's work and enjoy a glass of champagne to celebrate this very special Provincetown artist. 

Opening reception 6-8pm at The Captain's Daughters. 

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Alex Crane pops up in Ptown!
Aug
31
to Sep 3

Alex Crane pops up in Ptown!

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Alex Crane makes breezy clothes because we all do our best when we feel light. They choose fabrics, colors and fits that make us feel playful and sharp. That's why they love linen.

Breeze is a spirit. You don't necessarily have to dance and sing (although those are great options) - but it's good to remember that life is worth enjoying, even when it’s sad or painful or boring. And, for better or worse, clothes have a big impact on how we feel. 

Alex Crane manufactures with cool, hardworking people in the U.S.A and scout materials from all around the world. 

Join us at The Captain's Daughters for the Alex Crane apparel pop-up from 8/31/18 to 09/03/18. 

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The Provincetown Essentials: Photographs by David Chick
Aug
17
6:00 PM18:00

The Provincetown Essentials: Photographs by David Chick

David Chick is a Provincetown-based graphic and video artist, an illustrator and a photographer who has worked as an art director, stylist, and costumer. 

Chick finds beauty and respect in the margins of society. His work is imbued with a sense of humor and curiosity. Despite his sly sense of irony, he’s never without a personal connection. Many of his subjects, most of whom are friends -are artists, writers, actors, personal heros.... the colorful characters that are the essentials of Provincetown.

Join us for a glass of bubbly in celebration of Chick's solo show and the chance to meet the artist while seeing his new work. 

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The Sabah Dealer Comes to Provincetown!
Aug
10
to Aug 12

The Sabah Dealer Comes to Provincetown!

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In 2013, Mickey Ashmore created a magical pair of leather shoes with a family of craftsmen in southeast Turkey. He called them Sabahs, an original shoe based on a traditional shoemaking method. Celebrated for their quality, comfort and unique look, Sabahs are still entirely handmade by that same family and they now travel the world selling them, one pair at a time.

The traveling Sabah Dealer is making his way to Cape Cod. Join us at The Captain's Daughters for this special pop-up shopping experience, Mint Tea, Treats + more. 

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Opening Reception: Now I'm in that Place Again... New Work by Logan Sibrel + Kevin Emerson
Aug
3
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: Now I'm in that Place Again... New Work by Logan Sibrel + Kevin Emerson

Logan T. Sibrel is a Brooklyn-based visual artist and musician, originally from Indiana. Sibrel received a BFA in painting from Indiana University (2009) and an MFA from Parsons (2011).  Sibrel has exhibited visual work at venues including MOM Art Space (Hamburg, Germany), Underdonk (Brooklyn, NY), and Hume Gallery (Chicago, IL). Residencies include WFAR in Ísafjörður, Iceland (2014) and Palazzo Monti in Brescia, Italy (forthcoming).

All of Sibrel’s work, visual and performative, deals with intimacy, desperation, and power struggle. His paintings and drawings are as humorous as they are heavy–a serious joke. While this approach runs the risk of trapping the viewer/participant into an experience of the work that is preordained, Sibrel manufactures situations that promote flexibility, that vacillate between confrontation and ease. Sibrel’s sexualized characters are often proxies for himself. He’s able to manipulate these characters, turning the knobs up and down on his own desirability.

Join us for the opening reception of LOGAN SIBREL'S SOLO SHOW + apparel pop-up with Kevin Emerson. 

 

 

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HOMOCO Pop Up!
Aug
3
to Aug 5

HOMOCO Pop Up!

Versatile Tops meet Power Bottoms! Join us for the launch of NY based mens swimwear company HOMOCO! Meet designer Daniel DuGoff, scoop up some new swim trunks and hit the beach! 

Hommes Oil Company is a men’s swim brand that draws on the legacy of founder/designer Daniel DuGoff’s family’s Washington, DC–area gas stations, Homes Oil Company (one “m”). With an extra “m,” Hommes Oil Company alludes to that history while clearly stating who the brand is for – fashionable dudes.

Hommes Oil Company makes printed swim trunks out of recycled plastic. A portion of their sales are donated to ocean conservation and to organizations that champion queer rights.  

Daniel came to swimwear circuitously. He studied architecture, worked in fashion for Patrik Ervell and Marc Jacobs, launched a designer menswear brand, DDUGOFF, was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2016, and joined the CFDA {Fashion Incubator} 4.0 class – and then decided to take his love for prints to the beach. See what VOGUE has to say about HOMOCO

Cocktails and launch Party Friday Aug 3 from 6-8pm

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Girls Girls Girls: A Celebration of Female Artists & Designers
Jul
20
6:00 PM18:00

Girls Girls Girls: A Celebration of Female Artists & Designers

The Captain's Daughters is celebrating Girl Splash with a group show of all female artists. Included in the show is Boston based collage and mixed media artist Chelsea Teta, Provincetown's own abstract painter Sallie Kane, Brooklyn based designer Carley Holtsinger of Sparkle Diva, and Wellfleet artist Julia Salinger.

We're welcoming Butch Judy's of Brooklyn for a vermouth tasting to toast these ladies. 

Opening Reception 6-8pm.

 

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Beauty Mystic: DIY Face Mist Bar
Jul
19
12:00 PM12:00

Beauty Mystic: DIY Face Mist Bar

Stop in to welcome Jeannie of Beauty Mystic! Jeannie will be at The Captain's Daughters with her customized Botanical Face Mist Bar + complimentary clean beauty consultations. 

Jeannie has been living in Boston nearly fifteen years. It is here in New England where she began to explore her passion for the beauty industry. Having been in the field for over thirteen years, she gained her experience working for, among others, Fresh and Follain. In 2015, Jeannie was awarded Improper Bostonian’s “Boston’s Best” for makeup artistry. Currently she successfully runs a professional makeup artist business and is considered a leader in clean beauty. Her work has been published in The New York TimesThe Boston GlobeBoston Magazine, and more. 

In 2017, Jeannie began her study of esthetics after a lifelong love of skincare and a fascination with the correlation between skin health and overall wellbeing. She believes self-love and confidence are the two most beneficial beauty tricks in the book. She is a certified Reiki 2 practitioner and values the power of human touch above all else to promote healing. Jeannie is most excited when she is helping her clients reveal their own natural beauty using healthy products.

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Opening Reception + Book Signing: John Arsenault
Jul
6
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception + Book Signing: John Arsenault

Join us as we celebrate the opening reception of a solo show by John Arsenault, a New York City based photographer. 

“When I graduated from the School of Visual Arts, I approached my career strictly from a fine art perspective, trying to make myself known in the gallery scene,” says John Arsenault. “But around that time the lines between fine art and commercial work began to blur.  That’s when I decided to bring my vision and style to the commercial world.”

Since then, the Massachusetts native has been lending his unscripted, unusual and totally authentic work to clients ranging from The New Yorker and Volkswagen to Goldman Sachs and Out Magazine (Awarded “The Out 100-  2005’s Most Intriguing). Regardless of whether the subject of a photo is a rock star or a palm tree, Arsenault brings his audience to the “in-between” moment – in between a feeling, a pose, or a time of day – so often missed in our rush to get somewhere, to accomplish, or to dismiss. An eye for light, a penchant for vibrant color, and an uncanny ability to frame an image all synthesize in photographs that feel like a peek into overlooked realms.

As this innovative photographer demonstrates, these skipped-over places are so critical to the make up of reality, and to the ability of a photograph to get the attention of an already over-stimulated world.  “I like to look outside of the boundaries,” he says.  “I show what is beautiful in what we overlook. The reason I love doing it and the reason it works commercially are the same: it’s honest.”

And in the end, timeless.

John will be at The Captain's Daughters Friday, July 6th for his opening reception and to sign copies of his latest book For You! Modern Day Love Letters.

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R. Swaider Swimwear Pop Up
Jun
29
to Jul 8

R. Swaider Swimwear Pop Up

R.Swiader is a New York-based brand designed by Rafal Swiader. Originally from Poland, Swiader moved to New York in 1998 to pursue a career in fashion. After working many years in menswear, he decided to start his own collection around his thinking and aesthetic: “I want the entire collection to feel classic in a non-traditional way. I can wear it in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Istanbul and feel comfortable wearing these designs in any city.”

R.Swiader is the uniform of the utilitarian lifestyle. The clothes are intended to lend ease, comfort and happiness into our chaotic world. The unique tailoring is not about formality, but about the subtle details of cut, shape and form. This is a menswear collection inspired by the constant collision of art, people and culture. Classic lines mixed with clean graphic shapes and unexpected structure provide the perfect uniform for a citizen of the world.

R.Swiader will launch his swimwear June 29-July 8 at The Captain's Daughters. Launch party June 29 6-8pm

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The Captain's Daughters Pop Up at American Field in Boston!
Jun
23
to Jun 24

The Captain's Daughters Pop Up at American Field in Boston!

The Captain's Daughters are thrilled to pop up with American Field in Boston, MA at SOWA Market. We're setting sail with a curated assortment of our fine teas and specialty tea drinks for sale! 

American Field is a pop-up market for all things American-Made. AF is free and open to the public. Learn about and shop the best emerging and innovative brands America has to offer. With over 65 brands ranging from women's to mens, home goods to fragrance, and everything in between you’ll be sure to kick off Spring with the perfect new collection of quality products.

11am-6pm Saturday + Sunday

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Andy Li + Brandon Kirk - Opening Reception
Jun
21
4:30 PM16:30

Andy Li + Brandon Kirk - Opening Reception

Friday Night June 22nd - The Boys are Back in Town

Boston-based artists Andy Li and Brandon Kirk are joining us in Provincetown to debut their newest collections. 

Andy Li's embroidered pennants and accessories celebrate the power of now! Li is a believer in the suggestive nature of positivity. Often you will see him encouraging those around him to keep failing in order to keep getting better.

Always trying to adapt and evolve, his work and his personal attitude are the visual exploration of the saying, "You can't make an omelette without cracking a few eggs."

Brandon Kirk is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work focuses on the study of people, places, and things that have and will be; empathy in the human experience and the allure of the unknown. Personal truths are held against archetypal ideals. Often his process is the artwork itself.

Join us for a cocktail reception to celebrate summer
and meet Andy and Brandon!

P A R T Y  T I M E
Friday June 22nd from 6-8pm
384 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657

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Tea + Tarot: June 21, 2018
Jun
21
12:00 PM12:00

Tea + Tarot: June 21, 2018

The Captain's Daughters are thrilled to welcome back NOLA TAROT by JP for his second season of Tea + Tarot. Enjoy a 15-minute intuitive reading in our sunny window over looking the bay while sipping on a complimentary cup of tea.

Advance RSVP is strongly encouraged. Reserve your spot by calling 744-593-3010 or emailing info@captainsdaughters.com. Cost is $30 and spaces are limited! 

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Workshop: Tarot Spreads - Putting It All Together
Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

Workshop: Tarot Spreads - Putting It All Together

Have you been curious about Tarot but not sure where to begin? We are welcoming NOLA TAROT by JP for a very special three-part Tarot Basics Course. 

In part three, NOLA TAROT will discuss the artful framework of the Tarot Card spread and the importance of crafting an intention when using tarot as a divination tool. The one hour workshop will walk through basic and essential tarot card spreads. 

No experience needed...Open your mind, draw a card, and have fun on your journey! 

Couldn't make it to Part 1: Major Arcana or Part 2: Minor Arcana That's ok! Classes are offered a la carte. Bring a tarot deck (or purchase one in advance at The Captain's Daughters) and journal to organize your thoughts. 

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED AND CLASS SIZE IS EXTREMELY LIMITED. REGISTER TO ATTEND HERE

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Tea + Tarot: June 14, 2018
Jun
14
12:00 PM12:00

Tea + Tarot: June 14, 2018

The Captain's Daughters are thrilled to welcome back NOLA TAROT by JP for his second season of Tea + Tarot. Enjoy a 15-minute intuitive reading in our sunny window over looking the bay while sipping on a complimentary cup of tea.

Advance RSVP is strongly encouraged. Reserve your spot by calling 744-593-3010 or emailing info@captainsdaughters.com. Cost is $30 and spaces are limited! 

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