Coast Guard Station Provincetown ‘Open House’ Set For September

PROVINCETOWN- Officials with U.S. Coast Guard Station Provincetown will provide members of the public with an exclusive behind the scenes look into their operations, as part of their ‘2018 Open House’ this September.

During the event, visitors will be provided the opportunity to meet station personnel, examine three search and rescue boats, and talk with crew members about how they are used in search and rescue operations.

In addition, visitors can tour the facility grounds and the main building.

Active duty personnel, along with members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will be on hand to answer any questions about the Station, and its history.

Festivities kick off September 5th from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

It is important to note that during the event there will be no public parking at the station. Visitors will need to park in nearby public parking areas or use the free shuttle service running from MacMillan Pier.

A photograph ID will also be necessary for admission to the Station, with visitors from outside the US being required to show a passport. All bags and backpacks being taken onto Coast Guard grounds are also subject to search.

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