Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Lit Up in Blue

The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) will be flooded in BLUE LIGHT starting today, for World Autism Day “Light it up Blue” and will continue throughout the entire month of April for Autism Awareness Month. This is the first time ever that the Monument will be lit in blue and joins the Provincetown Town Hall in taking part in Autism Awareness month.

Amy Rogers of Truro, whose 17 year old daughter Anna has autism, spearheaded the effort.She started raising awareness for autism by putting blue lights on the lamppost outside her home several years ago.Rogers says to have the Pilgrim Monument lit in blue to spread awareness about autism is truly a remarkable gesture.

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Board of Trustees President Courtney Hurst says that lighting the Monument in blue to raise awareness around autism fits in with the organization’s mission.

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